August 30, 2017

Generation Trudeau: Justin’s “Mini-Mes” say Canada should take MORE illegals

David MenziesMission Specialist

Montreal’s Olympic Stadium has been a pretty empty place since the departure of the Expos, but not these days since The Big O has been enlisted to house all of those illegal migrants coming into Quebec. 

LANGUAGE WARNING:

Watch as I ask members of Generation Trudeau (after dark) what they have to say about this wave of illegal refugee claimants from the United States.

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commented 2017-09-02 18:41:33 -0400
Our economies based on immigrants ahahaha geez could they have found a more ridiculious group of people
commented 2017-09-01 10:01:08 -0400
These spoiled brats need to pay their own bills instead of depending on mommy and daddy to fix everything for them. The only thing to cure the disease of socialism is to have to pay be responsible, and to pay your own way.
commented 2017-09-01 06:52:04 -0400
Brent,

When they travel, they stay in 5 star hotels, visit the rich and famous and see only the good things.
That’s what happens when you wear rose coloured glasses.
After all, they travel on the taxpayers’ dime.
commented 2017-09-01 04:30:27 -0400
They should be forced to leave their liberal bubble and visit the world to give them a greater appreciation for our national identity. They should travel to countries where woman are not respected and treated like dogs. Deregulation by the ignorant masses is only a means for trouble.
commented 2017-09-01 01:41:10 -0400
Jay Kelly no they do not. Respect is earned.
commented 2017-09-01 01:40:24 -0400
Andrew Stephenson the right does not villify everyone , you really do not grasp reality. Why the hell should we pay for the lefts stupidity? And you would starve without us.
commented 2017-08-31 22:14:55 -0400
David I have to hand it to you, it takes guts to go out on the street and interview these poor excuses for being not only Canadians but Human Beings. This stuff you do always scares the crap out of me, the very fact that these Bobble Brains" are allowed to vote and are running around without a collar on attached to a leash is a danger to Canada. They have all been indoctrinated to accommodate the demise of western culture and freedom. All these illegals they are so welcoming to are the enemy, that is taking their country from them as they wage a “Silent War” against us. These Clueless, Liberal Cretins have absolutely no sense of what is going on around them and how it’s going to impact them in the near future. What I have said in the past may yet come true and that is the next election, Trudeau may well get reelected to office. Because those that originally voted for him, most will continue to support him rather than admit they made a mistake, they will as the saying goes “Double Down” and vote for him again. Trudeau will have a whole new source of votes from all the refugees and illegals he allowed to come into our country. And finally he will have all the votes from the dimwits like David interviewed who were too young to vote in the last election, are now old enough and will vote for Traitor Trudeau because ’Diversity Is Our Strength." Doomsday is closer than we realize.
commented 2017-08-31 20:02:02 -0400
Kellie Leitch would be a logical choice for Opposition Critic to the Health Minister; she is a doctor after all & her years of treating patients & dealing with the bureaucracy would be most helpful. She was snubbed!
commented 2017-08-31 17:53:45 -0400
One in which Kellie Leitch’s leadership was able to generate attention, but not votes.
commented 2017-08-31 17:30:17 -0400
Andrew Stephenson…The right has to give up on identity politics. What world are you from?
commented 2017-08-31 17:27:06 -0400
We need to help them go back home! Are these idiots willing to pay for these unskilled welfare recipients? The answer would be much different.
commented 2017-08-31 17:10:44 -0400
“Krispy LaRue commented 2 hours ago
Andrew Stephenson commented…

" Why would I, an urban Millennial, want to be affiliated with a group of aging grumps who are apparently afraid and hostile of everything? "

Then maybe you ought to listen to this wise old man:

“If you’re not a liberal at 20, you have no heart; if you’re not a conservative at 40, you have no brain.” -Sir Winston Churchill ’

I’m aware of the quote, and what is very interesting is that it actually seems to be that people stay the same, while society liberalizes around them. Churchill was a prime example – he was 20 in the late Victorian era, a notoriously conservative time when you didn’t have to be very radical to be considered radical, and spent his middle age in the period of explosive social liberalization after the first world war. The Boomers, who were the hippies, never really let go of those social values even if they cut back on the weed… but the radical liberalism of the late 60s was taken for granted in the 80s, and is somewhat anachronistic today.

This is where the accusations of “CINO” come from, or why some feel Scheer isn’t conservative enough. He’s quite conservative by the standards of the GenX/Y Cusp generation he’s a part of,,, and importantly, GenX/Y/Z are now the dominant voting demographics. This is true even if a lot of Boomers view him as a leftist interloper. That’s just a symptom of the leftward drift of society. Gay marriage is pretty much a given now, so is multiculturalism, and transgenders will be a decade from now. Social wedges aren’t really effective anymore, the demographics simply don’t work. That leaves you with economic strategy, and both the Liberals and Conservatives approach that with the same generic neoliberalism (the protectionist statism Trump advocates is actually rather left-wing) with relatively subtle distinctions.

Put one final way… the Rebel’s hoping the NDP will challenge Trudeau… implying he’s as vulnerable to political attack from the Left as from the Right .. putting him firmly in the middle of the spectrum.
commented 2017-08-31 16:40:42 -0400
Don’t these persons work? How can they be out partying every night? Who’s paying their way? Momsie and Daddy, George Soros, Welfare?
commented 2017-08-31 16:02:16 -0400
Yeah right. These are the type of idiots that are running our country and the media right now. They all spoke like good brainwashed MSM libtard robots didn’t they, not to mention their obvious drunkenness and being stoned. Canada’s not war torn, the one said but it will be soon enough with all these criminal terrorist unknown possibly disease ridden migrants you sickening idiot.
commented 2017-08-31 14:52:59 -0400
I look at this Toronto smug and entitled group and I have great fear for Canada.

I wonder what type of people their parents are?

Trash for certain.

Sheesh…………………
commented 2017-08-31 14:50:08 -0400
Andrew Stephenson commented…

" Why would I, an urban Millennial, want to be affiliated with a group of aging grumps who are apparently afraid and hostile of everything? "

Then maybe you ought to listen to this wise old man:

“If you’re not a liberal at 20, you have no heart; if you’re not a conservative at 40, you have no brain.” -Sir Winston Churchill
commented 2017-08-31 14:33:54 -0400
I think Canada should tripe or quadruple the number of “asylum seekers” that is currently coming in. And it only makes sense that the best place for these poor folks would be our bastions of large L Liberalism that are chock-full of generous, caring, non-hypocritical souls: Westmount, Rockliffe Park, The Bridle Path, and Point Grey.
commented 2017-08-31 14:33:26 -0400
David White,

Yes, straw-polling indicated that every age category preferred Trudeau over Harper in 2015. There was a slight age differential (older = more right leaning, but 60+ still very slightly preferred Trudeau nationally), a stronger educational influence (more educated = more liberal) but predominantly geography. (AB was more conservative than BC or ON in all categories).

The Right needs to get over its zany conspiracies and obsession with whether one’s hat is sufficiently “Canadian” before I’ll consider sliding over.

What’s more likely is that the Right will give up on identity politics and thus become tasteful to Millennials. Scheer, who missed being a Millennial himself by only seven months, and only two years older than I, seems to recognize that it’s an electoral dead end when he excluded identity-politic driven Leitch and Trost from his shadow-cabinet. This fits the theory that people don’t become more conservative as they age, they stay the same as society becomes more liberal around them.

By the way, I’d say a lot of the individuals in this video are too young to be Millennial. I’d bet a lot of them are Zers, who are supposedly “more conservative”.
commented 2017-08-31 13:24:32 -0400
ANDREW STEPHENSON…The liberals outperformed Conservatives in all categories. Really???
CBC propaganda
Tides
Tom Steyer
US unions help
Clinton help
George Soros help
Obama help
Rockerfeller help
Muslim brotherhood help
Elections Canada help
the rest of MSM help
JTs myriad of lies help

So much more, but chew on these for a while. Andrew, some day lay off the bong for a minute and reflect on what Canada is becoming. At least you admit to being an ideological leftist millennial dupe, in 10 or so years when you pass through puberty you may actually see through the progressive-regressive cloud. Until then enjoy the follies of the drama teacher and have fun with sharia and M103. Take in a “refugee” or two…you can virtue pose with sock boy then…have fun explaining to your kids what ACTUALLY happened to Canada. You and your ilk can shoulder a good portion of our demise. If you have a daughter, I hope the “operating tools” aren’t too rusty, and lock up your sheep.
commented 2017-08-31 12:00:52 -0400
Diversity is NOT our strength no matter what the PM likes to tell us:

Harvard political scientist Robert Putnam — famous for “Bowling Alone,” his book on declining civic engagement — has found from a study of 30,000 people across America that the greater the diversity in a community, the fewer people vote and the less they volunteer, the less they give to charity and work on community projects. In the most diverse communities, neighbors trust one another about half as much as they do in the most homogenous settings. The study, the largest ever on civic engagement in America, found that virtually all measures of civic health are lower in more diverse settings.

http://archive.boston.com/news/globe/ideas/articles/2007/08/05/the_downside_of_diversity/
commented 2017-08-31 11:25:01 -0400
One wonders why the Right needs to vilify everyone but themselves. The problem with your “culture wars” is that every time you alienate any given demographic, you shrink your cause even further.

Why would I, an urban Millennial, want to be affiliated with a group of aging grumps who are apparently afraid and hostile of everything? Sure, it plays well to rural western Boomers, but that’s not a demographic that’s getting any bigger. According to your “stand with the Rebel” page, you’ve got about 14,000 people happy to go along with the politics of resentment. Your “them vs us” is rapidly running out of “us”.
commented 2017-08-31 11:20:52 -0400
They’ve had all the survival skills sucked out of them. They don’t even know danger when it’s staring them down. When they do finally realize just what deceptions that our schools, the MSM, and governments are involved in, will they still speak and act so foolishly? They have absolutely no common sense what-so-ever. Our indoctrination system should take a bow off a pier. They disgust me with how they’ve turned the future generations into automatons!
commented 2017-08-31 11:19:56 -0400
“Ron Joseph commented 10 hours ago
They are either drunk, high or just plain F’ en stupid. That’s what voted for Trudeau over Harper.
Raise the voting age to 40 for women and 30 for men.
"

The Liberals outperformed the Conservatives in all age categories. The biggest splits were geographical, not demographic.
commented 2017-08-31 10:44:41 -0400
Great one David Menzies. Those clueless wonders will pick our next PM, somebody save us. The border jumpers are here for the free stuff. Look at the line up for their cheques (I saw the photo), they salivate over us paying for their healthcare and don’t forget the wonderful dentists who will fix their teeth for free. Fool me once, shame on you, fool me day after day, shame on me. Jt is destroying us with this nonsense, on purpose and those kids will endorse it.
commented 2017-08-31 10:40:04 -0400
All, or most all, these young people are being “educated” within our Canadian education system? What does this say about our education system. Also, in part, what does it say about Canada.

In “diversity is our strength”. . . ah yes, the state of being different, unlike the other, in a myriad of ways – and regardless that it directly plays its part in bringing about disharmony, discord, division, separation, disunity – makes us stronger.

And here I had thought, that united, standing together, with a like minded vision, makes us stronger. Silly me. But now thanks to our supreme leader (no, not the Ayatollah of Iran) and his magical thinking, I finally realize that it is far better to individually, and via many opposing parts, pull or push in all directions, perhaps even preferably all at once. (And what a relief to know that doing so will not rip us apart.) I don’t know where I ever got the idea that we would fare much better as a nation the more we worked and acted together as a unified body pulling or pushing in the one direction. Again, silly me.
commented 2017-08-31 10:12:42 -0400
From Statistics Canada, The Haitian Community in Canada

Unemployment

Labour force participants of Haitian origin are more than twice as likely to be unemployed as their counterparts in the general population. In 2001, 16.4% of labour force participants of Haitian origin were unemployed, compared with 7.4% of all Canadian labour force participants.

Young people of Haitian origin, especially young men, experience particularly high unemployment rates. In 2001, 24% of all male labour force participants of Haitian origin between the ages of 15 and 24 were unemployed, compared with 14% of all Canadians males in this age group. At the same time, 20% of female labour force participants of Haitian origin between the ages of 15 to 24 were unemployed, compared with 13% of their counterparts in the overall population.

http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/89-621-x/89-621-x2007011-eng.htm
commented 2017-08-31 09:41:36 -0400
If they want more illegals then they should pay for their keep.
commented 2017-08-31 08:20:20 -0400
Not hard to see they are just out of the indoctrination system.
commented 2017-08-31 07:44:07 -0400
You can see how well the liberal indoctrination and social engineering in our institutions of learning has worked.
Just because you successfully graduated from university does not mean you are smart.