December 08, 2016

“Cucks”: The sad state of Canada’s Conservative Party

Faith GoldyArchive

I hate the word "cuck," but I can't think of a better word to describe the sad state of Canada's Conservative Party.

Tonight, I go through the each of the candidates vying for the party's top job and tell you why their willingness to bend as reeds to the liberal logic of the mainstream media is going to assure Justin Trudeau is afforded a second term in office.

Then, Rebel commentator and host Gavin McInnes joins me to talk Millennials' openness to incest!

Plus, we've got your week's top headlines and "Quote of Honour"!

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commented 2016-12-13 10:39:21 -0500
And we add Levin O’Leary back in June, has good and bad guns. “I see no need for ………”.
commented 2016-12-11 10:10:43 -0500
Carrie Dodds:

So let me get this straight. If the CPC Leadership race narrows to two candidates, one of which is, I’m pretty sure, the only avowed libertarian among the candidates, you’ll take your support to the libertarian party?

So, what, you’d prefer a less libertarian candidate, elsewise you’ll take your support to the libertarian party?

What? Am I missing something?
commented 2016-12-10 06:24:23 -0500
sorr Faith but if its between Kelly or max im no longer am a Conservative. guess my money will go to Libertarian Party.
commented 2016-12-09 23:30:32 -0500
Leviticus 2013 – There’s one thing you missed on your dissemination of Kelly Leach.
She mentioned twice I believe, wanting to legalize the carrying of pepper spay to protect women. Now, on it’s surface that seems innocent enough, but it leads to a scary conclusion. It was so women can protect themselves from whom? Well of course men. She never said legalize possession of pepper spray for people to protect themselves, just women.
That leads me to conclude that she’s a Feminist, who else do we know who is a Feminist…ahh yes Trudeau. Sorry had enough of that shit to last me a lifetime.
commented 2016-12-09 17:50:33 -0500
Brad Trost is the best candidate that we have out there…
Kelly Leach is dangerous hypocrite.. she also represents a socially accepted form of insanity which I guarantee you she will mandate into her agenda and yes that does bother me because she represents a fringe minority group of less than 1% of the population in Canada and they have been given more rights than they deserve because the voting base that they represent which is minuscule compared to the voting base and the needs and concerns of mainstream people in Canadian society. She said she wants to vett immigrants but that is a broad statement and doesn’t say much, but by such a statement she may mislead voters.
She said she wants to “dismantle the CBC” and then the same breath she says “except for English and French critical programming”.
I have this information from an email she sent me. Now she said what she would do or might do but those are only a couple of things so what else is she going to do to fill in the blanks for the rest of her tenure…
She supports global climate change, what used to be called global warming so what is it now, getting hotter or colder… You can’t have it both ways.!!
It’s -31° outside right now I don’t see any global warming going on here..
She is not willing to let other scientists engage the skewed facts that come from the
“Globalist church of climate change”.
She said one of Canadians values is "tolerance"and I say “that Canadian people have been far too tolerant already”… I hate it when people tell me what my values are by speaking for me in my absence.
Brad Trost is a prairie boy out of Saskatchewan who is not a professional politician as he holds a degree in geophysics.
He doesn’t need politics because as I say he has an alternate career that he could fall back on anytime.
He doesn’t need politics but are you successful at it and I’m sure that’s because of his core values, his willingness to listen to his constituents, his willingness to a go against political correctness and stand up for what is right.
I believe this young man would put country and sovereignty above his career and the funny thing about doing that is when you do that you become wildly successful because the people… The mainstream people who have the most to lose will support a man like that. A man like that has the potential to become a “statesman”.
commented 2016-12-09 17:39:38 -0500
Well Dave hope you are right. Happy for the US. Sad for us.
commented 2016-12-09 16:37:11 -0500
Hey Robert… If you got no more room for knives in your back you have to do like the rest of us and turn around and let them stab you in the front so at least you can see it coming.
commented 2016-12-09 16:12:42 -0500
Leviticus 2013 commented 18 hours ago
Then you deserve your Liberal government then Robert

I’m sorry, but that’s how we got the liberal government we have now, and I really don’t have anymore room for knives in my back.
commented 2016-12-09 15:46:27 -0500
MAREK WYSOCKI, “Of course, we can’t (or are highly unlikely to) find a candidate whose positions exactly mirror our own positions, so I guess we have to go with the best fit available – its a trade off, in other words (we have to accept some things that we don’t like in order to get the one or two that we really want).” Good point!
Faith, I think it is a little early to be writing them all off, except perhaps, for the likes of Michael Chong given his progressive, wimpy, and pro-man-made climate change and pro-carbon-tax stand. It is still early days. The selection of leader takes place in May 2017. Let’s see what stand they take with respect to all the various issues, and then, as MARTEK suggests, “go with the best fit available”.
commented 2016-12-09 15:25:24 -0500
Faith you said “Tonight, I go through the each of the candidates vying for the party’s top job” which was not the case as you selectively only covered about half of the candidates.
Please don’t describe Kelly Leitch as taking a bold stand. She tries to fashion herself as Canada’s equivalent to Trump, which she is not. For example, Leitch adheres to man-made global warming; Trump does not. She somehow believes that asking for screening of potential immigrants for Canadian values somehow puts her into the same class as Trump. Not even close! Trump has come out and specifically called for a reduction and caution with regards to the mass immigration of Muslims. Her message of screening resonates with Canadians who are concerned about the entry of terrorists and too much immigration too fast overwhelming our capacity to manage the influx. Unlike Trump, none of the candidates are willing to identify the elephant in the room, mass immigration of Muslims. Instead they just speak in code words or ignore the issue entirely.
I generally would not give attention or credence to what appears in iPolitics, but this article raises the question “What, exactly, constitute Canadian values?”, and explains how Kelly Leitch answers that question. According to this author (a disgruntled for Conservative MP who resigned from the Conservative caucus as a protest against the Harper government), “her vision of Canadian values includes equality of opportunity, hard work, generosity, freedom and tolerance. And these are all wonderful values. But there is nothing uniquely Canadian about any of them. When I first read the survey question, I assumed the purpose of screening would be to weed out applicants who do not subscribe to Christian values, such as the traditional definition of marriage. Not so, said Dr. Leitch; her idea is to screen potential immigrants for their adherence to ‘anti-Canadian values that include intolerance towards other religions, cultures and sexual orientation, violence and/or misogynist behaviour and/or a lack of acceptance of our Canadian traditions of personal and economic freedom …’ So it’s bigots, homophobes, sexists and lazy people that Dr. Leitch wants to keep out?” As the author notes, "Isn’t the problem here the fact that nobody really knows how to define the spectrum of ‘Canadian values’?” Indeed, and, as Brad Trost pointed out in an interview with Ezra, would you want someone like Trudeau (or even Leitch) defining what those values are?
commented 2016-12-09 14:24:27 -0500
- Looking at Ontario – Mike Harris was the last actual conservative leader & he won back to back majority governments. Since that time they had Ernie Eves who offered a watered down version of the Liberal platform & lost. Then came John Tory who had the election practically handed to him but decided it was best to make it a referendum on his plan to fund faith based schools instead – & he lost. Then came Tim Hudak who never seemed to find an issue he wasn’t willing to flip flop on at least once – he lost but held the Liberals to a minority government (a victory as far as small “c” conservatives" are concerned) so he was kept around until he was able to lose in the election following that. Now here comes Patrick Brown who seems to have the qualities of the last 3 combined because the Ontario PCs seem to want desperately to never form a government in Ontario again.

- I saw the legitimizing of pedophilia coming some time ago as well. They start with something reasonable like gay rights & use that to chip away at morality by pushing the envelope further & further. Now we’re at the point where transgender is the new norm & being male or female is becoming illegal (I’ve lost track of how many genders they’re pretending there are at this point.)
commented 2016-12-09 14:16:09 -0500
Marek.. Do not support Kelly Leach or you will see the moral fabric of this entire country laying in tattered ruins and at that point we are ripe to whatever evil befalls without the moral capacity to fight back..
commented 2016-12-09 14:11:05 -0500
Ron Joseph said..
The worst thing that could happen to Alberta and Western Canada is the Energy East Pipeline completion. If we even thought about Separation, the Feds would slow down the flow, or stop it. For the next 12 years, Trudeau would have control over the West.
Don’t be silly Ron… They would just be shooting themselves in the foot by turning down the flow and importing oil again. Besides if they did that that would just leave oil to go another direction into the international market, no big deal bring on separation.
commented 2016-12-09 13:51:50 -0500

The Canadian public is still in the equivalent of the honeymoon period the Obama administration coasted upon during its first term. It will take time for the effect of Lil’ Potato’s idiotic economic and foreign policy to start to bite in the form of poverty, bankruptcies, foreclosures, and “job churn” AKA mass unemployment.

When this happens, we need to play dirty and learn to use the tactics our Marxist opponents have used against us ever since the coronation of King Pierre the First. We need to ignore the cries of “bigots!”, “racists!”, and “Islamophobes!” and hammer on the duplicity, corruption, and treason of the present Liberal regime.

None of the pathetic band of present Conservative leadership hopefuls seems prepared to do this – I think our salvation may lie from someone outside the political/lawyer nexus.

Kind of like that Trump feller down south…
commented 2016-12-09 12:39:34 -0500
The worst thing that could happen to Alberta and Western Canada is the Energy East Pipeline completion. If we even thought about Separation, the Feds would slow down the flow, or stop it. For the next 12 years, Trudeau would have control over the West.
commented 2016-12-09 12:25:56 -0500
I’m still in shock and so demoralized by Trudeau beating Harper to even think about a new leader. What we have today reminds me of the Heath government in the UK, moderate milquetoasts that cared only for power – until Margaret kicked their ass. I’m not even sure the Canadian public is ready for a real conservative. They seem to want what Trudeau vomits in front of them.
commented 2016-12-09 11:42:06 -0500
The truth in this article needs to be shouted from the rooftops!

Earth to Conservative Party, we voted for you because we wanted you to stand up for our beliefs, not so you can find a slightly more fiscally conservative version of Justin Trudeau to foist upon us. If I cared about nice hair, rainbows and unicorns, and “diversity”, I would have voted Liberal already! Looking at the woeful slate of Conservative leadership candidates I can only find one positive thing to say:

At least they haven’t found a Black, female, vegan, left-handed, French-speaking transgender to offer up yet, or that’s likely what we would get.

This pitiful strategy doesn’t work -just ask Mitt Romney. To take back this country, we need a Trump, not a Cuck!!!
commented 2016-12-09 11:19:51 -0500
After hearing the reaction to the Edmonton protesters and seeing this latest presentation from Faith, I’m completely disgusted with the Federal Tories. Of course, I make an exception for Brad Trost but then the MSM lie in wait for him to assassinate him for his beliefs. So in the meantime the Rebel will try to illuminate the way. I had been in the habit of making contributions to the Tories when I could afford to, but be assured I’ll divert that to the Rebel from now on. BTW I’m happy to see you support the CSSA
commented 2016-12-09 10:11:30 -0500
Polls are bought and paid predetermined lies to elicit the " popular " thought process in the masses, never give any credence to polls, they should be done away with as they are nothing more than thought subversion.
commented 2016-12-09 09:57:21 -0500
And meanwhile, out in rural Ontario, all the kids are singing.

Paddy Brown
His pants fell down
And everyone could see
A tiny pair
With peach fuzz hair
As green as green can be
commented 2016-12-09 09:26:28 -0500
Will someone remind David Suzuki that he is not aboriginal but of Japanese ancestry. As for the cuck conservatives they are nothing but smarmy hypocrites and imbeciles.
commented 2016-12-09 09:26:04 -0500
That poll showing Trudeau and the Liberals increasing in popularity is rather discouraging … maybe their popularity is correlated with the size of the deficit, and with the number of scandals (pay to play, anyone) that arise. In which case, their popularity will no doubt go through the ceiling over the course of the next couple of years.

As for the cuckservative (yeah, I kind of find that word distasteful too but it is unfortunately appropriate in regard to some of them at least) candidates for the PC leadership … not a particularly inspiring bunch, are they, with the possible exception of Brad Trost, perhaps? Of course, we can’t (or are highly unlikely to) find a candidate whose positions exactly mirror our own positions, so I guess we have to go with the best fit available – its a trade off, in other words (we have to accept some things that we don’t like in order to get the one or two that we really want). For me, immigration is THE biggest issue (much as I hate the carbon tax) and if someone – anyone – takes a stand, even a rather timid one such as Leitch is doing on this issue, then I will consider supporting them.

But what a mess Canada is nowadays – we need our own Trump desperately. However, in all fairness, I’m not sure we’re the kind of passionate, innovative and free thinking society that can produce such a person or have ever been. Trudeau is an ugly extreme of the progressive nature of Canada, almost a caricature of a person really, yet, it must be admitted, he does represent a sizeable chunk of Canadians – which is a truly sad statement on the Canada of today.

So what can be done to improve things? Well, we can keep talking, keep making our wishes known and clear, and voicing our positions on various issues; hopefully, slowly but surely, by doing so we can shift the discussion in the media, in supposedly conservative circles and, ultimately, shift our society’s values themselves. Drag them in the direction of sanity, for heaven’s sake. Remember, 20, and certainly 40 years ago, talking casually about, for instance, incest would have been unheard of. We didn’t reach the point we’re now at overnight, but by incremental shifts (the “slippery slope”, as Faith notes), and we won’t reverse it overnight. But reverse it, we can. So keep talking, people – don’t allow progressives to shut you up. Be polite, be respectful, but keep talking. Logic and simple common sense are on our side.
commented 2016-12-09 09:23:25 -0500
@dave MacPherson;
I was supporting Max until I met with, and spoke to him at length.
He spoke well to, and stood by his position which were good strong points in my book.
When I asked him if he would open the Canadian Constitution to guarantee Canadians the right to property? He waffled.
I went on further to point out that the RCMP and other CFOs would use the Constitution as a way to do thier own Orders in Counsel to ban or prohibit legally owned firearms, or to ban said firearms outright.
His reply; " Oh ya I am totally against that, if the police confiscate firearms, they should have to pay for them ".
That is not what I wanted to hear.

commented 2016-12-09 07:53:32 -0500
The one thing that nobody will say here is that once you accept and celebrate one sick perversion like homosexuality, you will then accept any other sick perversion.

Nobody will say that because you will be DESTROYED if you say anything bad about the homosexuals.

Homosexual lifestyle is WRONG. Full stop. No excuses. Don’t need to punish them for it just like you don’t punish people with cancer or brain damage, but we don’t tell people they are wonderful because they have a disease, and we don’t go around saying that disease is OK.

This is why our society is collapsing.
commented 2016-12-09 06:50:36 -0500
commented 2016-12-09 06:48:55 -0500
Its a liberal UN alliance that is running Canada, all parties involved.

Either we shut up and except it or we band together and fix it, that is the fast approaching choice.
commented 2016-12-09 06:40:27 -0500
I’m disappointed to see no big oil company or pipe line company has not taken the opportunity for some very cheap advertising to buy Ezra’s office.
Then maybe us REBELS will kick in. It would only take 250 REBELS to kick in $40.00 each then we could name the office " YAH HOO REBELS KICK ASS AGAIN" Remember only 250 Rebels have to kick in. Tell me what you think I ready to kick in the first $40 bucks.
It would take only 167 REBELS to kick in $60 to buy Ezra’s office and that way you get an extra brick

commented 2016-12-09 06:31:02 -0500
My choice for CPC Leader and PM to Succeed the Fabulous Stephen Harper: MAXIME BERNIER!!!
commented 2016-12-09 06:31:01 -0500
My choice for CPC Leader and PM to Succeed the Fabulous Stephen Harper: MAXIME BERNIER!!!