March 15, 2018

Why NDP leader Jagmeet Singh must resign — or be fired

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Jagmeet Singh: Handsome. Young. Smart. Cool.

When he was running for the federal NDP leadership last fall, Singh looked like the ultimate anti-Trudeau missile.

But that was so long ago, wasn’t it?

Last month, Trudeau went to India for eight days — and took every Liberal Indo-Canadian MP with him, plus some white MPs with large Indian populations in their ridings.

It was a direct response to Jagmeet Singh’s election.

(This also explains the low point of the trip — why Sikh terrorist Jaspal Atwal was invited along...)

It was a battle for Sikh votes. And both men are siding with a tiny minority of Sikh separatists who believe in violence, who want to break away from India and form a Sikh country called Khalistan. Some of these extremists have already brought their violence to Canada.

Jagmeet Singh isn't a terrorist. But he supports them — as I'll show you tonight.

True, he put out a vague statement yesterday about advocating for peace and human rights, but not once did he denounce the Khalistan movement. It's not enough.   

The NDP needs to "Patrick Brown" Jagmeet Singh.

We can’t have a national leader who is sympathetic to terrorism.

Sikh people themselves must lead the charge here — and I know they are.

I’m 100% for a Sikh leader — or any other ethnicity as a leader. But not if he’s cosy with terrorists.

After all, Justin Trudeau is too cosy with them already...

NEXT: Colin Craig, Alberta Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, comes on to talk about the fact that foreign oil is not subject to the same emissions review as Canada's own.

THEN: Andrew Klavan and I talk about #NationalWalkoutDay, which is politicizing children while pushing a fact-free anti-gun narrative.

FINALLY: Your messages to me!

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commented 2018-03-16 00:43:10 -0400
I love Sikhs and their current and historical contribution to the Commonwealth and Canada. Jagmeet quietly approves of the separatist Khalistan movement in order to gain their political approval and clout. As such he is a detriment to the majority of Sikhs in Canada and our relationship to India. I hope both Sikhs and other Canadians see through his tacit approval of terrorism.
commented 2018-03-16 00:39:55 -0400
Ron Joseph… My point still stands… I don’t care who was born where.. we can’t go there ( The country of his parents ) get full citizenship and change the face of their countries..
His parents came here from somewhere but I can’t go to their country and run for politics and change what they love.!
commented 2018-03-15 23:56:50 -0400
commented 2018-03-15 23:44:30 -0400
Flat Earth ,Dirk Kanis, I also agree with no foreigners in our Governments, however Singh was born in Scarborough Ont. in 1979.
commented 2018-03-15 23:22:55 -0400
OPEC Oil not subjected to Social Justice Rules. This is proof that the Saudi’s greece the palms of The Liberal Party of Canada. If we could prove this , it would be treason.
commented 2018-03-15 23:07:01 -0400
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commented 2018-03-15 23:01:06 -0400
Flath Earth,
Agree, further more what the hell is foreign politics doing in our government? where lies the loyalty? Not only Singh but all foreign interest hijackers need to be checked out.
commented 2018-03-15 22:50:00 -0400
Ezra said.. “I’m 100% for a Sikh leader — or any other ethnicity as a leader. But not if he’s cosy with terrorists.”
I disagree… I am not comfortable with any ethnic group running for politics in Canada when a white Canadian cannot immigrate to their country become a full citizen and run for politics to change their culture to suit a foreigner and be treated with the same dignity and respect as their counterparts find in Canada… That’s not racist that’s just being fair.!!
commented 2018-03-15 22:38:45 -0400
- LOL, so Trudeau’s India disaster runs even deeper than first thought. The leaders of the left have been going further & further to the extreme. They embrace terrorists. This is reflected by the Liberal & NDP “leaders”. If the NDP are going to get rid of Jagmeet Singh it will be better for them to do it sooner than later.

- Energy East would have been great for Canada. Trudeau is not a Canadian, he’s a globalist. Is it really a surprise that OPEC oil gets a pass when it comes to the pseudo-environmentalists? OPEC always gets a pass. When they were selling the Kyoto agreement as something necessary to save the planet at any cost, OPEC nations were given a pass despite the fact that combined they represented the 4th largest emitter of that demon carbon they were telling us was killing the planet. There has never been a protest against their lack of environmental restrictions or their horrible human rights violations.

- The gun protest has quickly degenerated into a disgusting farce. It was a well organized, well funded spontaneous grassroots movement. In other words, it was as false as the leftist narrative & leftist ideology. The schools have failed students. They’re not giving them an education, they’re giving them an indoctrination. Descent of any type is not allowed – among students or teachers.
commented 2018-03-15 22:16:13 -0400
Singh clearly had a photographer there too, didn’t he? Rather staged wouldn’t you say? Fake perhaps?

Costing Canadians jobs and threatening their financial security by subjecting companies in Canada to a double standard, is a breach of right to Life, Liberty, and Security of the Person, and as such, is a Breach of Trust.

Scheer needs to be Patrick Browned too!!
commented 2018-03-15 21:32:03 -0400
If Canada does not develop its oil sands soon, the US will leapfrog them. US Oil Sands, a Utah company has developed an environmentally friendly process for heavy bitumen at half the cost ($22 a barrel).
commented 2018-03-15 21:31:51 -0400
Jagmeet Singh should do the honourable thing and resign; his affiliations are not acceptable for a leader.
commented 2018-03-15 21:26:25 -0400
So Ezra thinks the New Democrats need a new leader. Last I checked, Greg Sellinger needs a job.
commented 2018-03-15 20:58:35 -0400
I doubt Mr. Singh will be sacked or forced to resign. It makes too much sense and the NDP don’t specialize in that. Andrew Scheer could use that against the NDP but I believe he doesn’t specialize in sense either. Any way I look at next year’s election, we’re doomed.