May 04, 2017

Trudeau Says Canadians Are Proud of Border Crisis!

Faith GoldyArchive

I had a hunch Prime Minister Justin Trudeau didn't care about the havoc being wreaked along Canada's southern border, but now we have the proof! 

Tonight, I share damning footage of Trudeau in his own words claiming Canadians are "proud" of the crisis, which is to our "advantage.”

Then, Right Now's Alissa Golob joins me to talk strategic voting for so-cons in the run up to the Conservative Party's Leadership Convention.

Plus, we've got your weekly top headlines and quote!

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commented 2017-05-06 22:29:55 -0400
It’s not immigration it’s muslim invasion.
commented 2017-05-06 16:36:39 -0400
Faith, when I heard you say you’re a “gun girl and a God girl” I immediately thought you must love Pierre Lemieux :-) And I was right when you came out later in the interview as a supporter of Pierre’s. I’m a “God girl” too and my family are firearm owners. I am impressed with your knowledge of Pierre’s policies and his progress in this leadership race. I am ranking Pierre Lemieux #1 on my ballot because he’s a “straight shooter” who will stand his ground on issues like free speech, immigration, and life. Actually every one of his policies checks off my list of must haves for Prime Minister, including his stand for a “one state solution” for Israel… such a bold statement! Pierre is not going to sway and bend in the winds of political correctness. His 20 years of service in the CAF is also very impressive and provides him with life experience that will make him a good leader. But do you want to know what is going to make him a great leader? He is able to INSPIRE people. He currently is not a MP, he has no MP endorsements, the liberal mainstream media has shown him no love, the telephone polls fail to mention his name, and yet with all these strikes against him, he has increased his donor base by 400% this past quarter from the previous quarter, placing him #3 under Bernier and Leitch. No other candidate has been shown this much support by their donors. Number of donors equates to number of votes. Dollar amounts mean nothing. Let this information sink in, and tell me which social conservative candidate has the best chance of winning. Have FAITH team Pierre and get ‘er done! And Faith, I’d love to see you and Pierre on the gun range… how about a little competition?
commented 2017-05-06 16:29:02 -0400
Allan Peterson, love the Ian Tyson lyric you shared and appreciate your words “If we have to win an election by compromising the most sacred value of all- human life then we may as well vote Liberal for eternity.”

LIZA ROSIE, you make a very valid point when you wrote “I think if there ever was a time to bring up ‘the debate’ it is now. Not total kibosh, that would be ridiculous and could never happen, but most Canadians could live with some restrictions. We are the only civilized country with NO laws regarding abortion and I for one would like to see some.”

DOREEN KRANZ, thank you for speaking up for Pierre Lemieux and Brad Trost, two true social conservatives. I have to agree also with your observation of Alissa Golob being enamored with Andrew Sheer. I’ve been following Right Now closely on their promotion of their suggested ballot, and even though Pierre Lemieux is ranked #1, she only gives lip service to this fact and spends most of her energy trying to defend/promote Andrew Scheer.

APRIL DIXON, applauding you for your stance, and agreeing with you that abortion is a human rights issue for the pre-born human, with his/her unique DNA separate from the mother. I believe there are some unifying issues that the majority of Canadians can get behind, and Pierre Lemieux has been the most vocal on opening the debate again as some issues, such as sex-selective abortions, have not even been discussed.

RON VOSS, I appreciate your observation “Faith’s biased guest Alissa Golob, appearing on behalf of her pro-life organization Real Now, came across as a lobbyist, who was welll briefed by the Scheer campaign as far as her talking points.” I noticed how Alissa barely mentioned Pierre Lemieux, and completely ignored Brad Trost who is ranked #3 on Right Now’s ballot.
commented 2017-05-06 15:24:46 -0400
I agree Ron Voss. As soon as O’leary put his support behind Bernier , Bernier was off my list. I don’t think that support did Bernier any favours.
commented 2017-05-06 11:36:58 -0400
Prior to the CPC debate in Toronto, Bernier and O’Leary held a press conference. In his introductory remarks, Bernier declared “Kevin and I will be able to beat Justin Trudeau in 2019”. That is, the two of them are tied at the hip, like president and vice-president, with supposed ‘kingmaker’ O’Leary declaring that he will continue to fund raise and campaign for Bernier. Thus, a vote for Bernier is also a vote for CINO O’Leary.
commented 2017-05-06 11:29:39 -0400
Faith’s highly biased guest Alissa Golob, appearing on behalf of her pro-life organization Right Now, came across as nothing Kessler than a lobbyist who was briefed by the Scheer campaign as far as her talking points. For example, suggesting that the race is “down to Bernier and Scheer”, which is exactly what Scheer declared at the Toronto debate and was chastised by Obhrai for saying such, insulting the other candidates. Exactly the same message, as parroted by Golob, has also appeared at Scheer’s Facebook page, where after O’Leary existed from the race, Scheer rather triumphantly and presumptively declared, “And then there were two”! Just as Golob began with speaking of Scheer having a “positive message” that will unite the party, Scheer in his campaign has been presenting himself as the leader with the positive message and image who is situated, in his view, between extreme positions in the party. Interestingly, while Golob made an oblique reference to there being “three pro-life candidates”, Brad Trost wasn’t even mentioned by name, while Pierre Lemieux, who Faith described as “my guy” whose message she “loved”, was mentioned and his fundraising success. Faith, your gushing over Scheer’s appearance was hard to bare; for example, over his height (because he is taller than Trudeau) and liking his messaging, persona, charisma, and, finally, that “he’s adorable”. I guess, for some, style over substance is judged important in beating glamour-boy Trudeau and his sunny ways.
commented 2017-05-06 09:16:01 -0400
Sorry, but I forgot to mention that Alissa Golob is just a mouth piece for Scheer. If she can do it, so can I. kellie leitch was not mentioned as a top runner-up,why is that,is it because she’s a threat to Scheer. I had the opportunity to meet and talk to her when she was in Vancouver. Kellie is not a professional politician (they have too many masters),she gave up a successful career to run for the party leadership. I loved her spunk and passion for this country and her disdain for what Justine is doing to Canada. I think of her as my little bulldog. She will be relentless in representing Canada’s best interest. She at least knows the PMs job is to protect and defend all Canadians, not open our borders to any tom,dick and harry and support them at tax payers expense. She will enforce our laws. You won’t find a leader who cares more about children then she does. Under her leadership there will be no legalizing marijuana as no matter how you do it,it will just make it more accessible to children. I have followed her since she started and she does not flip-flop and has integrity. That’s what this country needs.
commented 2017-05-06 08:33:55 -0400
When we get tired of our police department not enforcing the law,don’t blame them. How are they to enforce the law on us true Canadians ,when they are humiliated at the illegal border crossings by being turned into bellhops and taxis drivers by the liberal sellouts. I am so embarrassed for these officers. This is not why they joined the force. Justine and his libtard cabinet are creating a recipe for anarchy. The law already had their hands tied behind their backs when it came to dealing with criminals.This should be the last straw for us law abiding citizens, Our PM has proven that he has no love or respect for this country. He needs to answer to all Canadians for the traitor that he is.
To anyone reading this who works for the police department, you are respected and appreciated. Never think that you are alone in the disgust at what is being forced on you.
To our PM, enforce the law before an angry mob decides to do for you.
commented 2017-05-06 01:06:50 -0400
I don’t know Derrick, that’s not very ‘inclusive’ and is probably racist or something. Imagine, having our own babies instead of importing people from cultures who want to absorb us and use us! How dare Canadians even consider such a logical, reasonable and desirable solution. That’s some nerve Canada. What a selfish bunch, to want a sovereign country which puts it’s own peoples needs and safety first.
commented 2017-05-06 00:11:59 -0400
I just listened to an interview with social conservative Brad Trost and was impressed how he articulated his pro life stance. Forgetting the moral/religious argument for now, from a strictly economic standpoint we’d be better off raising more of our own to fill job needs of economy, than always having to offset baby boomer demographic challenges by immigrating so many workers.
commented 2017-05-05 21:08:44 -0400
“I am going to work with ISIS. I hate you guys.”
- 12 year old Syrian refugee in Winnipeg

You know it’s times like these I’m proud to be a Canadian.
#WelcomeToCanada #RefugeesWelcome
commented 2017-05-05 15:22:40 -0400
Maxime Bernier has a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce, and a Law Degree. He excelled in his cabinet positions serving as:
a) Minister of Industry
b) Minister of Foreign Affairs
c) Minister of State for Small Business and Tourism
d) Minister of State for Small Business, Tourism, and Agriculture

When Pierre Trudeau’s government introduced Supply Management in 1971, the number of dairy farmers plummeted in Canada by a staggering 91%. Prior to Trudeau’s government becoming heavily involved in dairy production, there were 145,000 dairy farmers in Canada. Over 40 years, by 2011, the number had dropped to 12,746 dairy farmers. The small, family farm was obliterated by Supply Management. (International Dairy Foods Association, September, 2010)

Maxime Bernier wants to level the playing field for family farms again, and international competitiveness. Supply Management protects corporate monopolies regarding farming in Canada, and makes it impossible for small farmers to enter the industry. Supply Management is Corporatism, and does not help average Canadians or “the little guy” the way it professes to.

With increased Supply Management, how will even corporate Canadian dairy producers compete with those in the EU regarding the effects of PM Selfie’s CETA trade agreement? Simple answer…They won’t. The smartest thing for the next government to do is abolish Supply Management so Canadian producers can compete with international imports, as, with CETA, former tariffs placed on European imports to protect domestic distribution will likely be eliminated. Canadian agricultural producers are dependent on exports. High domestic pricing in a protected market offsets lower profit margins regarding exports. Increasing Supply Management will only exacerbate the problem of decreased competitiveness. (SPP Research, University of Calgary, “Supply Management: Problems, Politics, and Possibilities”, 2012)

Average production cost per hundredweight of dairy product in $USD: Australia $15, New Zealand $15, United States $15, European Union $17, Canada $32. [Ibid] People argue that Supply Management is a good thing because it involves no government subsidies. My argument is that the subsidy is passed on to tax payers anyway, when consumers are forced to pay double the price for dairy products in Canada than they pay in competing countries, due to unnecessary bureaucracy.

We love you Faith, but given your self-admitted former gravitation towards Marxism, one wonders if you have weighed the matter objectively. Clearly, you have not seriously contemplated the works of Adam Smith, Friedrich Hayek, Ayn Rand or Milton Friedman. Too much government intervention and bureaucracy always destroys everything it touches in a free market economy. Supply Management in Canada has done nothing more than transform itself from being a proposed “safety net” for small farmers into a hammock for large corporate producers.

Supply Management in Canada:
Milton Friedman on Price Controls:
PhD Economist Lawrence White on Hayek’s “Road to Serfdom”:
Maxime Bernier:
commented 2017-05-05 13:48:42 -0400
Muta Ween, Chevrolet Canada’s propaganda piece stinks, has Trudeauisms throughout. This was a government approved reminder from the Liberals for Canadians to “shift their attitude” and be receptive to the Big Lie. The other reason Chevrolet Canada jumped on board the “diversity is our strength” train is to position themselves for a government bail out if the need arises!
commented 2017-05-05 13:32:50 -0400
If refusing to watch the drivel on the countries propaganda network is considered UN-Canadian then I guess I fall into that category. However during one of my rare visits to the national broadcaster to watch NHL Playoffs , I was treated to what I considered a disturbing commercial from Chevrolet titled “The Canadian Dream”.
I found the commercial to be patronizing and propagandizing some fantasy of a perfect multicultural society , the Trudeaupian ideal .
Perhaps I have a jaundiced view but maybe others can share their opinions.
commented 2017-05-05 12:42:35 -0400
Hitler “I speak for all the German people”
Trudeau “I speak for all the Canadian people”
Pot smoking,hippy,feminists,muslim loving,egotistical,narcissistic,dictator wannabe.
commented 2017-05-05 12:31:12 -0400

When has Justin EVER sounded like a leader? Clueless bumbling child devoid of meaningful thought…..always. As a leader….NEVER. He is but a sock potatoe leading (???) a band of brain addled potoholics, fake femminists, islam loving lemmings and WE are the collateral damage.

Hopefully God intervenes and Brad Trost is our next PM.
commented 2017-05-05 12:00:13 -0400
Trudeau is a bigger Douche then his scumbag old man. Margret should have aborted him after her night of being spreadeagled for the stones.
commented 2017-05-05 11:21:16 -0400
Mark, as I consider this set up further I think it’s OK. Trudeau never gives an intelligent answer anyway so why listen to him ad nauseam? Once a week will be more than enough. Otherwise it’ll make want to puke in a bucket.
commented 2017-05-05 09:59:19 -0400
commented 2017-05-05 09:49:02 -0400
Faith’s biased guest Alissa Golob, appearing on behalf of her pro-life organization Real Now, came across as a lobbyist, who was welll briefed by the Scheer campaign as far as her talking points.
commented 2017-05-05 09:46:12 -0400
Paul here. Abortion is a human rights issue. Every year there are approximately 100,000 babies put to death in the womb in Canada. Yet we continue to thump our chests and virtual signal about how much we want to help kids, women, refugees, and the oppressed and defenseless around the world. We are simply a bunch of hypocrites. The most defenseless on the planet are babies in the womb. Anyone who approves of abortion, except in extreme cases where the mother’s life in in danger (I believe a moral argument could be made for this) has moral shortcomings. It should be an issue in a leadership campaign and an election.
commented 2017-05-05 06:38:28 -0400
The most competent man for the job isn’t receiving enough attention… Brad Trost’s campaign needs everybody’s help and financial support to return Canada to a state of normalcy. As the leader of the opposition party he will tirelessly engage the Liberal government until they can no longer hide in the shadows and be forced into the daylight…
For the love of Canada please give generously.!!
commented 2017-05-05 05:44:40 -0400
Good evaluation, Jim Webb. As accurate an account t as I’ve seen. He speaks for himself but keeps transferring his opinions to the rest of us. Who knew he was omniscient and knows what the rest of Canada is thinking?
commented 2017-05-05 04:49:20 -0400
#EndSupplyManagement #IStandWithMaximeBernier2017 #MCGA2019 #CanadaFirst #NoToLeftistGlobalistAgenda

Well said, Lee Horsman!!!!!!!

LEE HORSMAN commented 5 hours ago
Faith, I must say that I am (if I may borrow an overworked buzzword from the lefties) “triggered” by your suggestion that Bernier’s English is “not strong enough” to win an election against Trudeau.
First of all, as a unilingual anglophone I have no problem understanding what Bernier is saying in English, he is quite comprehensible to me, and much more importantly I have seen no indication that he has difficulty understanding questions presented to him in English. Compare this with the many documented problems that Stephane Dion had communicating in English, frankly there is no comparison whatsoever. Dion was and is borderline incompetent as an English speaker. Bernier is a fluent English speaker with a pronounced Quebecois accent. There is a huge, huge difference.
Secondly, when you look at the difference between Bernier’s superb, second to none leadership campaign effort and Trudeau’s off-the cuff virtue signalling BS, which continues unaltered since the election, again there is no real comparison. Two different solar systems. And as a non-French speaker I don’t know this for sure, but I suspect that in a French-language debate Bernier could probably disembowel Trudeau with three-quarters of his brain tied behind his back.
I am not a party member, I am not voting in the leadership convention, and I am not saying that I would vote for Bernier if I could. All I am saying is that if you’re looking for a reason to NOT pick Bernier, you need to find a much better reason than how he speaks English, because that reason just doesn’t work for me at all.
commented 2017-05-05 02:36:24 -0400
Simply put, this country is becoming more ungovernable as time goes by. Enjoy the 150th, because I doubt there will be a 200th with the current roster of provinces.

There are no mechanisms within the Canadian constitutional framework which counteract the lazy political rationale that population mass trumps all when it comes to expression of “Canadian values”, that it is only to be “expected” that the GTA / Golden Horseshoe (and therefore its population writ large, including the PM) would be the ones to portray “approved” Canadian values because (after all) that’s where most Canadians live. Trudeau is an archetype of the Chateau Clique / Family Compact mindset that developed hand-in-hand with the histories and growth of the population centres in the Windsor – Quebec City corridor generally. The Prom Minister himself expresses these sentiments, any time he opines about how the "best’ prime ministers always come from Quebec, or about how awful it was when an Albertan like Harper was PM. It can also be seen every night (should you choose to inflict it on yourself) when Monotone Mansbridge extols various social justice efforts of such luminaries as the enlightened Wynne government, or of the UN, or of whatever group happens to be the social justice victim de jour.

Politicians of all stripes run liked scared rabbits from addressing constitutional matters, and abandon the country to try to move forward under a creaky Act proclaimed 150 years ago, without any attempts at modernising the mechanisms of the country. If it was good enough in 1867 it is good enough today, seems to be the thought; the voters wouldn’t want us wrangling over dry constitutional matters, far better that we turn our attention to sex education for 7 year olds, or virtue signaling over made-up terms like Islamophobia, or giving taxpayer money away beyond our borders for appropriate UN hero cookies and an international pat on the head. In 1867 the Act served the-then 4 provinces of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia just fine (although given the success Ontario and Quebec have had since then in siphoning off businesses from the Maritimes generally those latter provinces may now disagree); problem is, while the country has changed a wee bit since 1867, the basic framework has not. Although not a majority, there is in fact a sizable proportion of Canada’s population now occupying space hitherto the realm of the moose and the buffalo. But there has been bugger all by way of a change in the basic constitutional framework to accommodate any of that change. And courtesy of Trudeau senior, unless some future PM has the balls to invoke the POGG clause of the BNA Act to force a change over what is now enshrined in Trudeau’s Constitution Act, there is no way this situation will change.

Contrary to the pap that has surfaced over time by the lazy reckoning of the central Canadian literary illuminati, and fed to us nightly by a central Canadian media, there are not Two Solitudes within Canada. There are at least three – Quebec (with its French base, preserving all things French), the Ontario Horsehoe (with its Loyalist base, preserving the English class system), and the Rest of Canada (immigrants lured to the rest of Canada’s open spaces to cut lumber, plow fields or mine for minerals). Add in the ever increasing divide between rural and urban values, even within the same province, and I’d argue there are further solitudes cross-cutting the existing regional ones.

So we’re stuck with a rusty framework, and with politicians not motivated to see if everything is still on track – because, from a GTA / Horseshoe point of view (where the votes reside and most of the VIPs live), everything is just peachy as it is. News flash – that view is not necessarily shared by those outside the bubble.

My life experiences have nothing in common with a French Canadian trust fund recipient living in the GTA; Trudeau’s opinions are therefore his own. You don’t speak for me, Junior.
commented 2017-05-05 02:00:35 -0400
I found your guest Alissa Golob biased and uninformed. She did not mention Brad Trost as very pro life. She seemed to just be enamored with Andrew Sheer who is now having several of his previous supporters pulling away from him after the last debate. I have to agree with Ezra in that he is untested. I believe that either Brad Trost or Pierre Lemieux would be great a leader.
commented 2017-05-05 01:37:09 -0400
Trudeau is one offensive S.O.B
commented 2017-05-05 01:34:41 -0400
Trudeau has amazing nerve. What omnipotence! He speaks for a small elite minority. One of these days he is going to learn that lesson.

No mention of Trost. I agree Scheer may have the best chance of beating Justin, but he may not be the best man. Time will tell.

I think if there ever was a time to bring up ‘the debate’ it is now. Not total kibosh, that would be ridiculous and could never happen, but most Canadians could live with some restrictions. We are the only civilized country with NO laws regarding abortion and I for one would like to see some.
commented 2017-05-05 01:03:47 -0400
TruDope You BASTARDSTOP speaking for us Canadians!!!! You POS get it together & LEAVE quickly – we are gonna come for you -you POS!! Your VALUE is ZERO!! Get that into that empty head of yours!! Move to Syria – they have lots of vacancy there for Libtards like you.

Eh! Alissa Golob & Faith, why aren’t you talking of Kellie Leitch???? Alissa – You are nothing but a biased hag!!

Faith – us old men are watching like hawks at what this TruDope government is “allowing” and it ain’t gonna go well with the Lieberal people involved! TruDope better had grow a brain real quick!