May 12, 2016

Top 3 reasons the EU is disintegrating — and why that’s GOOD news

Faith GoldyArchive

The European Union is on the brink of collapse. Tonight, I give you three reasons why the superstate is in the process of disintegration and why that's a very good thing.

Then: Is the Conservative Party of Canada's establishment out of touch with its base and muzzling the policy process? National Policy Committee representative Jim Karahalios joins us to make the case for a movement growing among the grassroots:

A proposed amendment to the party's constitution that would ensure the base is heard. (For more, visit FreeYourPolicy.ca.)

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

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commented 2016-05-13 11:27:56 -0400
Lloyn Nolan said, “We do not need a Conservative split ,”

Further to that point, we cannot afford a Conservative split … assuming Conservatives ever want to take office again.
commented 2016-05-13 11:26:09 -0400
Paul McCullough said, “The fall of the EU would be the best thing to happen to Europe.”

Maybe, but they won’t go down alone. Like a drowning man flailing to grab onto anything to keep from going down, Europe will take more with it that just itself
commented 2016-05-13 09:04:53 -0400
Hi everyone,

I would like to recommend the following Canadian documentary on demonstrations as something that could be of interest.
Demonstrations brought down the government of Iceland in 2008 – 2009.
May be applicable in Canada.
The documentary is :

“The Collective Evolution III – The Shift” It is a well made Canadian documentary even if it does come out of Toronto.

DJBT!
commented 2016-05-13 08:50:20 -0400
Jamie,

Good luck with the goat farm. I understand you may already have a sheeple farm. Have I been misinformed?

Just in passing, I’m listening to the radio just now and the reporter claims that Prime Miniter Trudeau is visiting Fort Mac.

Geez, when PM Harper was the nation’s leader, they referred to him simply as Harper.

There seems to be quite a few sycophants in this country.

DJBT!
commented 2016-05-13 08:42:11 -0400
The EU is in collapse because the transnationalist communists running it pushed too far too fast and nationalism is in resurgence to rid Europe of culturally destructive communism and the destabilizing elements it imported to dissolve national borders.

When the collapse of civil order occurs, the globalist elite will be filling jets taking off from the ensuing chaos, we should not allow them to land here – sic semper tyrannus
commented 2016-05-13 08:25:31 -0400
“There goes Sean spouting his stupid pro government arguments again.”

Hey ROBERT, I’m glad that these little fellows are around.

I’ve just started up a goat-suit factory. They’ll will be lined up by the thousands, desperate to get, ahem, fitted. It’ll give a whole new meaning to the word “fleeced”.
commented 2016-05-13 07:54:53 -0400
There goes Sean spouting his stupid pro government arguments again.
True the members of parliament represent their local constituents but, they do not always represent the wants and needs of their local constituents.
These guys, once elected must toe the party line. Now if the brainless twat of a PM we have representing this country in the tower of babbling idiots decides in his infantile mind that immigration is good no matter what scumbags he lets into the country then, his sycophantic members of parliament will never disagree with him.
Do you think members of parliament bothered to ask their constituents for their opinions? Don’t kid yourself, most members of parliament do not have the cajones to stand up to their bosses whether they be liberal, conservative or NDP.
Did Canadians have a say in the liberal long gun registry act? No! It was a liberal twat by the name of Alain Rock who came up with that brilliant idea thusdiverting huge sums of money from areas with greater need.
As for the idea of carrying out referendums, based on your stupid theories, Canada would now be a country without Quebec (for better or for worse). The leaders in Quebec at the time of the last referendum were pro separation while the common citizen wanted no part in separation.
Sean,the more you comment, the more every one sees you as a leftist shill spewing excuses for the present liberal government.

DJBT!
commented 2016-05-13 07:09:32 -0400
There is no boubt that the EU will collapse it is just a matter of time.
commented 2016-05-13 05:13:43 -0400
I’m glad the Scots stayed in the U.K. but the UK should get the hell out of the EU. Rule Brittania.
commented 2016-05-13 03:00:27 -0400
Drew Wakariuk,

Abortion is already decided. The people do NOT have a direct say in this issue; that’s why we have our MPs, Senators, and our legal system.

Referendums are dangerous, and are incompatible with the Parliamentary system.
commented 2016-05-13 02:06:35 -0400
Liza Rosie, There are restrictions, after 3 months no abortion unless something important has gone wrong with the fetus, or the mother.
Drew, Wade vs the Supreme court—-30 years ago.
Keith Barnes—-Thanks for the June 3rd reminder. My hero Nigel will Knock that idiot Cameron out of the debate. Seriously, this will change the world if the UK votes to leave on June 22. After that, I can’t wait to see Merkel get her Punishment.
commented 2016-05-13 01:51:39 -0400
Yes the conservative party is out of touch. I would like to see the cons support abortion and assisted suicide.
commented 2016-05-13 01:43:25 -0400
I don’t trust Cameron. The UK needs to leave the EU.
commented 2016-05-13 01:38:34 -0400
Bob Egli when did the majority decide abortion was settled? I do not remember a vote for the people.
commented 2016-05-13 01:13:43 -0400
WhackoBama went all the way to London Town to tell them to stay in the EU, this caused a large number of "Stay In’s to become Get Out’s.

Nigal Farage is debating with Cameron on the 3rd of June, This will be a debate worth watching.

Let us hope that the UK leaves the EU, this will cause Germany and France, who already have their Frexit and Gexit movements on the go, to follow the UKs lead.
commented 2016-05-13 00:50:58 -0400
The longer the EU exists, the more it will resemble a Muslim Caliphate. Lets hope the Brits see the light and bail out before it is too late. You can bet the Muslim citizens of London will be voting to remain.e z\azf
commented 2016-05-13 00:27:35 -0400
“Sovereignty is not given it is taken”, great quote Faith.
We should keep this in mind.

Bob, the abortion issue is not settled for everyone. Many Canadians wish to see some restriction, as none whatsoever exist right now, which leaves the door wide open to abuse, by women, clinics and bodyparts salesmen alike.

We keep hearing Greece will fall and have to revert to the Drachma. Enough already for Greece. Let the chips fall where they may.
commented 2016-05-12 23:48:19 -0400
Great show on EU; please keep us informed on this and UK situation.
I didn’t watch your abortion clip as it was settled decades ago. I don’t know why some of you people keep talking about it as the majority has spoken on this issue.
commented 2016-05-12 22:40:31 -0400
We do not need the EU just as we do not need the UN. Megalomania in both cases.
Very good show again Faith; clear, concise thinking.
commented 2016-05-12 22:13:24 -0400
Merkel is going to be gone within a year , Britain will opt out , the membership will reduce from 27 to 10 nations, then they will become super strong again , then look out!!!!!

We do not need a Conservative split ,
commented 2016-05-12 21:30:45 -0400
The fall of the EU would be the best thing to happen to Europe.

The Conservative Party had best keep it’s act together. We don’t need to go through a party split again.