September 20, 2018

PROOF: Canada is actually trying to destroy the NAFTA negotiations

Ezra LevantRebel Commander


It’s been almost a month since the United States and Mexico announced their bilateral trade deal. Bilateral just means: two sides — the U.S. and Mexico. As in, no more three amigos.

Canada was invited to be part of the negotiations. And we were for a while. But Trudeau just wouldn’t shut up about weird stuff like feminism and global warming. 

So Mexico and the U.S. met on their own. They got their deal, and Trump submitted it to Congress for their approval — and right in that letter said, Canada can join if it wants, but pretty much Trump’s fine either way.

But instead of getting serious, we’ve gotten silly.

In the last few weeks Chrystia Freeland has attended an anti-Trump rally in Toronto that labelled him a tyrant. That insanely poor decision has not gone unnoticed in the White House.

She appeared in Washington last night wearing a weird, homemade t-shirt saying she’s not chopped liver. As in, she’s not going to be pushed around.

Is it even conceivable that her U.S. negotiation counterparts would do that?

But the worse things get for Freeland, and for our NAFTA negotiators, the more our palace guard media delude themselves.

TONIGHT I'll show you just a tiny sampling of the Canadian media's fan-girl reaction to her t-shirt.

On the other hand, Doug Ford, the new premier of Ontario, is worried. His province would be hit the hardest by a failure to renew NAFTA. So he’s heading down there to see if he can help.

I haven’t seen him rant and rave at the Americans; I haven’t seen him wear an anti-Trump shirt, or attend an anti-Trump rally

And the left-wing media are roaring in disapproval, especially because Ford dined at the Trump Hotel in Washington.

Doug Ford has actually run a business. He’s done something in real life before, other than just giving pious speeches. He probably has more of a natural rapport with Trump than Chrystia Freeland and Justin Trudeau.

The fact that the left-wing media ridicule Doug Ford for even trying to get a deal — and for behaving himself, and maybe even ingratiating himself — I think he’s probably already doing better than Chrystia Freeland.

But hey: if the whole thing fails, at least she’ll have her shirt.

While 160,000 Ontario workers lose theirs...

NEXT: Edmonton Sun columnist Lorne Gunter joins me to talk about why Canada is quickly losing its economic advantages.

FINALLY: Your messages to me!

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commented 2018-09-23 03:33:05 -0400
Is there anything unethical about what I am doing? It turns out that most people do not actually pay for rebel content. It is called the free market, and consumers choose where to spend their hard earned money.
commented 2018-09-22 21:09:06 -0400
Space Case, “I should have the right….blah blah blah” Yeah, we know, you feel entitled to ending the life of a baby…aren’t you sweet!!! NOT

Given your recent acceptance of the fact you are freeloading here on this site, how about you comment on YT where all the free stuff is found!!!
commented 2018-09-22 18:16:01 -0400
Regardless of who pays for the abortion, I should have the right to get one. If I need one, and it is not through socialized medicine, then I will pay for my own god damned abortion.

I concede that the premium rebel content is not on you tube. Then in that case, I am definitely not a free loader.
commented 2018-09-22 12:03:12 -0400
Peter Netterville said in part, “Even though I loathe abortion as one of the most evil things this society does, I loathe even more being forced to pay for it.”

I agree Peter. Subsidized murder is stomach churning.
commented 2018-09-22 10:20:22 -0400
Tammie said, “I’m amazed how supporters of abortion quickly assume that something which is permitted under the law equals “a right”.”

Yea, it is the “me” generation that has this attitude. They are self centered brats who feel the world owes them everything for free.

Even though I loathe abortion as one of the most evil things this society does, I loathe even more being forced to pay for it.
commented 2018-09-22 10:16:20 -0400
Space Moose said, “I should be able to get an abortion because my tax dollars pays for it.”

Why should I have to pay for you lust to murder babies?

Space Moose continues to ignorantly blurt out, “As for rebel content, it is you tube that is hosting it for the rebel.”

Not all of it. All subscriber videos are streamed from another service. Only the free ones are on You Tube.

Space Moose said, “Not only that, the rebel makes money off you tube ads.”

No, they don’t. Ezra has stated many times that You Tube has demonetized Rebel Media content.

Space Moose said, “Besides, I don’t think Ezra objects to people free loading.”

I did not say Ezra did not want you free-loading, only that I just was referring to your arrogant “I deserve all this free stuff” ungrateful attitude.

Space Moose continued on saying, "Its the suckers that fork over pay wall money that object.

It is those “suckers” that allow for Ezra to offer this service upon which you can freeload. Without those people paying, you would not be able to post your comments here and freeload.

So you should also be grateful and thank those people you call suckers for paying for the platform on which you can bitch and gripe and pretend that you deserve all this free stuff just for being you.
commented 2018-09-22 09:14:23 -0400
Anyone who has listened to Ezra’s reports re: YT demonetization of Rebel videos wouldn’t casually assume “As for rebel content, it is you tube that is hosting it for the rebel. Not only that, the rebel makes money off you tube ads.”
Besides, if are you watching the free content on YT and migrating to this Rebel hosted site to post, are you double posting, or, are you pissing in the wind and telling everyone it’s raining?

Space Case, freeloading whiners are subject to criticism – you will note quite a bit criticism directed your way.
Think back to the corner store where dozens of magazines were for sale, there were some people who would attempt to stand there and read the entire magazine & would be greatly offended when staff would tell them to buy the magazine or put it back. These people wanted free content, well beyond browsing and deciding whether to buy the magazine or not.
commented 2018-09-22 08:58:54 -0400
Peter Netterville, well said.

I’m amazed how supporters of abortion quickly assume that something which is permitted under the law equals “a right”.
commented 2018-09-22 03:02:16 -0400
I should be able to get an abortion because my tax dollars pays for it.

As for rebel content, it is you tube that is hosting it for the rebel. Not only that, the rebel makes money off you tube ads.

Besides, I don’t think Ezra objects to people free loading. Its the suckers that fork over pay wall money that object.
commented 2018-09-22 02:38:10 -0400
Ron, it won’t be long before there is a load of snow like that. Literally. Good tune.

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Space Moose, you have no “rights” except those that others have provided for you in one form or another.

For instance, your “right” to free load here is provided by Ezra.
Your “right” to have an abortion is provided by Canadian law.
Your “right” freedom of speech, religion (or lack there of), and association is provided by the Canadian constitution, RIghts & Freedoms.
Your “right” to live in a non-Nazi dominated world was provided by the deaths of many veterans.

All your “rights” are provided by others. Do try to be a slight bit thankful if you would, please.

That’s one of the big problems with today’s Western society; they feel that so many things are their “right” while actively trying to tear down the same society that provided those rights.
commented 2018-09-22 02:11:20 -0400
Thanks for that insight Space Moose…. It will make it easier down the road to judge your judgement…
commented 2018-09-22 01:47:40 -0400
I have the right to free load.
commented 2018-09-21 22:34:45 -0400
Freeland was given the task to tank NAFTA negotiations; she has done a splendid job of following orders. The Communist leading the Liberal Party wishes to collapse the Canadian economy and create division. Lying government serving the “elites” has no respect among thinking people. The narrative is collapsing.
commented 2018-09-21 22:28:24 -0400
Space Case once again seeds the thread with mealy mouthed whining…
Freddy the Freeloader strikes again, bugger off.
commented 2018-09-21 18:53:07 -0400
The Liberal litter sandbox is slowly starting to fill up with their smelly feces and they have no idea how to empty it.
commented 2018-09-21 18:08:52 -0400
Thanks Peter. But unless I have misunderstood you, its the CPC who will have the greatest number of conservative seats who will nevertheless require Bernier’s support to form a minority government. Bernier therefore has the balance of power seats necessary to make the minority Scheer government work. So its Bernier’s show at that point which I just can,‘t see the CPC living with for long. Bernier’s will likely only need a handful of seats to achieve this which is completely doable. Bernier’s a highly experienced political operative. What surprises me is that so many posters on this site seem to misunderstand what he’s up to here and how good his chances are to make this work.
commented 2018-09-21 17:22:59 -0400
Well, my scenario was similar with the CPC as a minority and the PPC as the official opposition, but you have the PPC with the greater number of seats … which would put Bernier in the dominant position and a scenario I am all for. Once again, I am doubtful it will happen.

My “doomsday theory” is that the Liberals will win another majority because the conservative vote is split. I hope you are right and I am wrong.
commented 2018-09-21 17:10:33 -0400
So…(!), watch for Bernier to run really strong in Quebec and some of the maritime francophone spots where he’ll win liberal seats, no problem. He’s got PRECISELY the right message…heck, Quebecers have been fighting ‘diversity’ and ‘multiculturalism’ since they got off their boats here hundreds of years ago. They darned near susceeded from this country a few years back to push the point. And he’s truly one of their own…“pure laine” through and through. Looked at this way, his task is hardly as monumental as some posters here seem to believe.
commented 2018-09-21 16:43:52 -0400
In other words, we know that the Liberals can,‘t form a minority government with the support of the few NDP seats which might survive and won’t even be asked to do so. The 2 conservative parties would bring them down day 1. Which leaves the CPC supported by the PPC which would be hell on earth for Scheer and his gang who’d have to ask Bernier’s permission for bathroom breaks! Bernier’s would be the de facto PM and running the country. Nope, the only route for the CPC at that point will be to sue for peace with Bernier and merge with his PPC. Otherwise, he completely runs the show which I just can’t imagine them living with for long. So Bernier doesn’t need a ton of seats to pull this off. Maybe a dozen or so would be plenty.
commented 2018-09-21 15:46:16 -0400
Peter
That’s not quite the way I see this playing out but I suppose its possible. No, what I see is the PPC and the CPC merging right after the election to form a majority government on Bernier’s terms. One which will likely feature him as the PM.
commented 2018-09-21 15:46:15 -0400
Peter
That’s not quite the way I see this playing out but I suppose its possible. No, what I see is the PPC and the CPC merging right after the election to form a majority government on Bernier’s terms. One which will likely feature him as the PM.
commented 2018-09-21 15:14:56 -0400
" It matters very little today that Scheer supports supply management …"

Let me fix that for ya, NDP SUCKS:

If you have zero conservative principles, then it matters very little today that Scheer supports supply management."
commented 2018-09-21 15:10:32 -0400
Justin Harborg said, “I don’t think Bernier has any intention of fielding a full slate of candidates for the very reason you worry about. He’s not interested in splitting the vote…only in getting the balance of power post election. So he’ll only run candidates in ridings where he’s confident he’ll win and/or where the CPC won’t. He won’t need many.”

There is a scenario which might be acceptable. IF Bernier wins the seats in the few ridings in which he places candidates, then it might be possible that his party would be the official opposition to a CPC minority government. This is assuming the support for Justine “Feminist Jihad” Trudeau drops off to previous levels (77 seats) or less … preferable much less.

But what is the likelihood of that?
commented 2018-09-21 13:12:09 -0400
In my opinion Sheer is a weak leader with no morals and any socialist stance should never be rewarded but hey what do I know .
commented 2018-09-21 13:08:15 -0400
NDP Sucks , Point taken and agree with your view in part and you definitely have the right to voice your opinion .
commented 2018-09-21 12:59:35 -0400
Those who sow the seeds of socialism will reap what they sow !
commented 2018-09-21 12:50:56 -0400
Ron Christensen. You are proving my point. It matters very little today that Scheer supports supply management yet people want to drag him into the mess created by Trudeau who is in control and has the power. Playing the blame game with Scheer is laughable yet you hold him accountable with no mention of responsibility on the part of Trudeau. When are you and others going to get it into your head Scheer does not have the power of negotiation in NAFTA?

You rail against socialism and supply management is your big whip. What about the billions in grants and subsidies being handed out like candy all across the country? Do they not need to be mentioned or is this a one dimensional argument? If your political leader campaigns on cancelling corporate welfare do you think he has a chance in hell of winning any seats?

Your reading and comprehension needs a little work. I did not say Bernier was a liberal plant. I said that some of his critics have accused him of this.