March 01, 2018

“Excuseology”: By blaming India, Trudeau has “showed the world how childish he is”

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Tonight I'll show you the official invitation from the the Canadian government to Jaspal Atwal, the convicted attempted murderer, to attend a fancy dinner in India, as part of Justin Trudeau’s entourage, during his week-long junket there.

First, we were told Atwal hadn't been invited.

Then Trudeau blamed a backbench MP, but that was hard to believe.

The third excuse was the weirdest:

A wacky conspiracy theory, that rogue elements within the Indian government orchestrated this whole thing, just to make Trudeau look bad.

Did these rogue Indian government officials also get in a time machine and send Jaspal Atwal to take selfies with Trudeau at Liberal Party events, or donate hundreds of dollars to the Liberals, or have him join the Liberal party’s local riding executive

If this bizarre conspiracy were really true, it would be the biggest scandal in Canadian politics in a generation.

But no. Instead, Trudeau just mused about it in Question Period.

India had to issue an official statement ,calling the conspiracy theory "baseless and unacceptable.”

That’s about as tough as words get, in diplomatic circles.

But Trudeau certainly wasn’t going to apologize now.

The prime minister's week in India was a disaster. 

And now manufacturing of a lie to blame someone else: in this case, the largest democracy in the world.

Trudeau uses the rest of the world for photo ops — and now, in the case of India, to make them take the blame for him.

Trudeau bullies people who cause him problems.

His critics are "Nazis" who need to be censored by Facebook.

He just tried doing that to the largest democracy in the world.

It didn’t work.

But it sure showed the world — and Canadians — what our childish prime minister is made of...

NEXT: Columnist Anthony Furey and I talk about last night's Ontario Progressive Conservative Party leadership debate.

THEN: Breitbart Senior Editor Joel Pollak joins me to discuss a motion passed in South Africa to take the land of white farmers without compensation.

FINALLY: Your letters to me!

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commented 2018-03-04 20:40:26 -0500
Here is an Australian Colomnist’s view of our PM; too bad more Canadians don’t think like that.
Australian columnist Rita Panahi, mincing words, called Trudeau the “Kim Kardashian” of political leaders, an all-style, no-substance bimbo with all the depth of a puddle.”
commented 2018-03-04 15:19:24 -0500
+1 on Karan Singh’s election idea.
commented 2018-03-04 13:53:44 -0500
Karan Singh said in part, “AS I’ve always maintained; Only third generation born Canadians should be allowed to hold any govt. post or elected office. No, it’s not racism or discrimination to suggest so, it’s common sense.”

I agree with this common sense approach.
commented 2018-03-04 12:10:03 -0500
TAMMIE PUTINSKI-ZANDBELT commented: “A way to avoid imported thugs sitting in Parliament is to prevent them from running in the first place.”

AS I’ve always maintained; Only third generation born Canadians should be allowed to hold any govt. post or elected office. No, it’s not racism or discrimination to suggest so, it’s common sense.
It’s imperative to thoroughly know & be familiar with the country its culture, heritage, values & above all its people & their language before somebody sets on representing them in the parliament or hold an administrative position in govt. office. These MP swear to uphold the constitution, chances are most of them has never bothered to read a single page of our constitution. It should be mandatory for every aspiring MP & MLA (MPP/MNA/MHA) to get him/her self familiar with every act of Canadian Constitution. All MPs should hold at least a Master’s Degree in some relevant vocation.
These requirements although are not a guarantee but can act as a check to weed out undesirable candidates. We’ve much more rigorous requirements even for an entry level job then why not for our MPs & MLAs who are responsible for the future of millions of people & billions of dollars.
MPs & MLAs ride on their popularity. Popularity is one thing but responsibility is another. We need some responsible & efficient representative not only popular.
commented 2018-03-03 23:11:23 -0500
A way to avoid imported thugs sitting in Parliament is to prevent them from running in the first place.
commented 2018-03-03 20:14:22 -0500
Karan Singh said, "The first mistake we Canadians always make is to fancy that ’there’s only a small portion of any given ethnicity in Canada who believe in extremism be it muslims, sikhs or tamils’. Time and again it has proved a wrong notion. If it has been just some fringe group or a small portion of the community then how come most of their representative in Canadian parliament either are sympathizer to their cause or have some association with terrorist/extremists groups or their members? "

Very good point. So where does that leave Canada? We are being governed by a bunch of imported thugs.
commented 2018-03-03 08:46:38 -0500
Honestly? We already knew.
commented 2018-03-03 03:15:58 -0500
The world is laughing at Justin and the CBC and his voters think he is respected LMAO!
commented 2018-03-03 03:15:22 -0500
Karan Singh very true and they also think they are somehow magically immune to any such extremists. They are deluded.
commented 2018-03-03 03:03:01 -0500
Thanks Karan Singh!… Your insight on this situation is worth more than hundreds of thousands of dollars of Liberal and CBC “spin”… Canada is about to get its nose royally bloodied in NAFTA negotiations, and obviously so in any future trade negotiations with India…
commented 2018-03-02 22:10:23 -0500
Lisa if used jets are good for our air force they are good enough for him . Unless Bumbardier (not misspelled) wants to build it for free . God knows we paid them more than one is worth .
commented 2018-03-02 21:10:21 -0500
I posted it on some other thread however, I believe it’s as relevant for this discussion too:
The first mistake we Canadians always make is to fancy that ’there’s only a small portion of any given ethnicity in Canada who believe in extremism be it muslims, sikhs or tamils’. Time and again it has proved a wrong notion. If it has been just some fringe group or a small portion of the community then how come most of their representative in Canadian parliament either are sympathizer to their cause or have some association with terrorist/extremists groups or their members?
The number of hard core extremists present in Canada maybe small but their supporters & sympathizers numbers in millions and electing ethnic MP’s & getting ministerial posts by such supporter/sympathizer to their cause is a step closer to their agenda.
Just like Muslim Brotherhood, Sikh organizations like ‘World Sikh Organisation’& ‘International Sikh Youth Federation’ have active members in the community working towards their goal. Most of the sikh temples (gurudawaras) in Canada are either owned or in control of such extremist groups. Majority of sikh MP’s in the parliament from all three major parties (yes, including conservatives; remember the boblehead MP sitting behind Stephen Harper who never did or said anything except once speaking against alleged muslim backlash) either support the cause of khalistan by violent means or belong to a group directly involved in the movement. NDP leader Jagmeet Brar, because of his association with ISYF & other such groups, has been barred from entering India. Association of Defense Monster abominable harjit sajjan’s father with WSO is well known among the sikh community. Amarjit Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities with turdo liberals, was charged & arrested under ‘Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act’ (TADA) in India back in the 80’s. Again it was due to the intervention of some misguided Canadian MP & Amnesty International that he was released from the jail.
Exemption for sikh riders to wear helmet while riding motorcycle, introduction of turban as RCMP uniform & in the Canadian Forces, then allowing kirpan in the schools & our parliament, performing sikh religious ceremonies in Canadian Parliament, while claiming it to be a secular institute, all steadily taking us closer to the disintegration of the State.
Liberals, Dippers or Cons (especially under Scheer) no matter who rules we are screwed.
commented 2018-03-02 21:05:52 -0500
I posted it on some other thread however I believe it’s as relevant for this thread too:
The first mistake we Canadians always make is to fancy that ’there’s only a small portion of any given ethnicity in Canada who believe in extremism be it muslims, sikhs or tamils’. Time and again it has proved a wrong notion. If it has been just some fringe group or a small portion of the community then how come most of their representative in Canadian parliament either are sympathizer to their cause or have some association with terrorist/extremists groups or their members?
The number of hard core extremists present in Canada maybe small but their supporters & sympathizers numbers in millions and electing ethnic MP’s & getting ministerial posts by such supporter/sympathizer to their cause is a step closer to their agenda.
Just like Muslim Brotherhood, Sikh organizations like ‘World Sikh Organisation’& ‘International Sikh Youth Federation’ have active members in the community working towards their goal. Most of the sikh temples (gurudawaras) in Canada are either owned or in control of such extremist groups. Majority of sikh MP’s in the parliament from all three major parties (yes, including conservatives; remember the boblehead MP sitting behind Stephen Harper who never did or said anything except once speaking against alleged muslim backlash) either support the cause of khalistan by violent means or belong to a group directly involved in the movement. NDP leader Jagmeet Brar, because of his association with ISYF & other such groups, has been barred from entering India. Association of Defense Monster abominable harjit sajjan’s father with WSO is well known among the sikh community. Amarjit Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities with turdo liberals, was charged & arrested under ‘Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act’ (TADA) in India back in the 80’s. Again it was due to the intervention of some misguided Canadian MP & Amnesty International that he was released from the jail.
Exemption for sikh riders to wear helmet while riding motorcycle, introduction of turban as RCMP uniform & in the Canadian Forces, then allowing kirpan in the schools & our parliament, performing sikh religious ceremonies in Canadian Parliament, while claiming it to be a secular institute, all steadily taking us closer to the disintegration of the State.
Liberals, Dippers or Cons (especially under Scheer) no matter who rules we are screwed.
commented 2018-03-02 21:04:05 -0500
I posted it on some other thread however, I believe it’s quite relevant on current discussion too:

The first mistake we Canadians always make is to fancy that ’there’s only a small portion of any given ethnicity in Canada who believe in extremism be it muslims, sikhs or tamils’. Time and again it has proved a wrong notion. If it has been just some fringe group or a small portion of the community then how come most of their representative in Canadian parliament either are sympathizer to their cause or have some association with terrorist/extremists groups or their members?
The number of hard core extremists present in Canada maybe small but their supporters & sympathizers numbers in millions and electing ethnic MP’s & getting ministerial posts by such supporter/sympathizer to their cause is a step closer to their agenda.
Just like Muslim Brotherhood, Sikh organizations like ‘World Sikh Organisation’& ‘International Sikh Youth Federation’ have active members in the community working towards their goal. Most of the sikh temples (gurudawaras) in Canada are either owned or in control of such extremist groups. Majority of sikh MP’s in the parliament from all three major parties (yes, including conservatives; remember the boblehead MP sitting behind Stephen Harper who never did or said anything except once speaking against alleged muslim backlash) either support the cause of khalistan by violent means or belong to a group directly involved in the movement. NDP leader Jagmeet Brar, because of his association with ISYF & other such groups, has been barred from entering India. Association of Defense Monster abominable harjit sajjan’s father with WSO is well known among the sikh community. Amarjit Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities with turdo liberals, was charged & arrested under ‘Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act’ (TADA) in India back in the 80’s. Again it was due to the intervention of some misguided Canadian MP & Amnesty International that he was released from the jail.
Exemption for sikh riders to wear helmet while riding motorcycle, introduction of turban as RCMP uniform & in the Canadian Forces, then allowing kirpan in the schools & our parliament, performing sikh religious ceremonies in Canadian Parliament, while claiming it to be a secular institute, all steadily taking us closer to the disintegration of the State.
Liberals, Dippers or Cons (especially under Scheer) no matter who rules we are screwed.
commented 2018-03-02 16:26:07 -0500
Thank you Mr. Levant for the superb commentary on the PM’s India trip.
The Prime Minister reminds me of many pre WW1 European monarchists – prancing around in their silly costumes – oblivious to the hell their populations were descending into.

Canada’s future will be up to Liberal voters … do they want more of the same?

The discussion with Joel Pollak drives home the point that property rights are the cornerstone of all healthy democracies. It has been shown time and time again that when property rights begin to erode, so does the country. Some faster than others, but the end is the same.

South Africans have mortgaged their future. They will soon be bankrupt. Without capital and skilled farmers, costly imports will prompt inflation, food shortages will lead to unrest, and those with the get up and go, will leave.

Jamaica is a case in point … their agriculture sector is under performing … unrest has started. I was there in December. Heightened police presence over past years.
commented 2018-03-02 16:05:09 -0500
The Narcissist Liar will speed up efforts to transform Canada into an “admired” dictatorship! To quote Pierre Elliot Trudeau….“Just Watch Me!”
commented 2018-03-02 15:52:50 -0500
I wonder if the “turds,” wife is beginning to realize that she has made a mistake.
commented 2018-03-02 15:35:28 -0500
Liza, he should have to fly in one of Australia’s cast offs, no parachute provided.
commented 2018-03-02 15:32:59 -0500
Now the poser wants a new jet!
commented 2018-03-02 14:55:12 -0500
Just when you thought that trust fund baby metro sexual Uber Cuck “bin Ladin” Trudeau couldn’t get more painfully pathetic ! He continues to lower the bar
commented 2018-03-02 14:15:31 -0500
They are now going to hit us in rapid fire so we can’t respond properly to each attack. Blasphemy laws and new gun laws ( Goodale to announce any minute ) will be next, or maybe there are unforeseen smacks before that. who knows , but one thing for sure, we are under siege.
The next thing will be cover for the previous thing, and on and on. Bam , bam, bam.
commented 2018-03-02 14:08:47 -0500
ANDY NEIMERS wrote, "I would have hoped that more Canadians would have recognized the looming crisis by now but evidently not… "

Jordan Peterson says Canadians are used to politics working fairly well in Canada and we take that for granted, don’t pay attention and call those who are ringing the alarm lunatics and heretics because of course Canada is alright.

Well Canada is not alright. We are complacent, trusting and lazy. I hope Justin is bringing that to light for those who haven’t got it yet. That could be something good coming out of this. Canada is not immune to corruption. I would wager we are now right up there in the list of corrupt governments and climbing.
commented 2018-03-02 13:32:29 -0500
- There’s a reason I often refer to Trudeau as an idiot man-child. It isn’t just a putdown because I don’t like him. It’s because he’s an idiot man-child. He has never owned a business, run a business or depended on a paycheck to live. He has no business being Prime Minister. He’s where he is for name recognition. He’s there to read speeches, look pretty & run around with his shirt off whenever possible. He’s the figurehead of a party that’s being run by idiot activists. So now he’s showing the world his true colors. The media party made all of this possible. They can no longer cover up this particular disaster & (other than the CBC) they aren’t trying this time.

- For me it’s Ford, Granic-Allen or Trillium Party when it comes to the PC leadership race. I’m happy that destroying the horrible Liberal policies has been thrust into the spotlight. Ford & Granic-Allen are the only ones I trust to do so. If Elliott or Mulroney win I’ll be voting Trillium. (Elliott has shown her true colors in that debate. Her position will be that we can’t do anything about Liberal policies so we’ll just tweak a few things. Not acceptable.)

- We already saw what happened when Zimbabwe went down the same road that South Africa is going down now. White farmers get murdered, the people starve, the economy dies but the political class gets all kinds of wealth & power. If it looks like socialism you can thank the ANC (African National Congress).
commented 2018-03-02 12:59:05 -0500
I would have like to seen the Indian Gov. take Jaspal Atwal’s into custody. Of course Trudeau (aka Forrest Gump) would have played the diplomatic immunity card further embarassing our already humiliated Nation…
commented 2018-03-02 12:38:20 -0500
“Childish AND a liar !! I hope voters that put this village idiot into power are taking notice ! "

Right, RICK ILES. But as far as the childish, selfish, and shallow 39.42 percent taking notice, I wouldn’t hold my breath.
commented 2018-03-02 11:55:15 -0500
https://globalnews.ca/news/4043736/trudeau-india-trip-debacle/

They provided following link to the newspaper:

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/invitation-to-ex-terrorist-for-canadian-pm-trudeau-dinner-clouds-visit/articleshow/63035142.cms
“… Atwal is known to have deep links with the Liberal party and this is not the first time he has run into a controversy over the same. Atwal’s presence at a budget speech in 2012 in British Columbia legislature created a furore after a confirmation by then Premier Christy Clark. What’s significant is that the Liberal party official who had handed out the invite and later described it as an error of judgement was forced to resign. While Clark had expressed shock at Atwal’s presence, she was herself said to have attended an event by Indo-Canadians in 2011 in which Atwal too was present.”
commented 2018-03-02 11:26:45 -0500
Someone somewhere said that Justin Bin Trudeau was a tool.
I disagree!
Tools are useful whereas Trudeau is useless!