July 17, 2016

Is Justin Trudeau “a pro-Putin wolf in sheep's clothing”?

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Remember when the Liberals backed Stephen Harper's support for Ukraine in their fight against Russia? Well, that was then...

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commented 2016-08-07 18:00:54 -0400
The country has already been divided and it’s got worse and it’s going to get worse when you let the immigrants come and dictate to us Mr. trudeau to change I’m sorry their a to change to our standard of law and order and if you want to change our school system our military and try to change religion your not welcome because of the way your dividing the country since you’ve been introduced to Canada it’s never been so bad it’s because of our govt letting this kind of stuff go on!!!!!!
commented 2016-08-07 17:55:41 -0400
Dear Rebel,
With all the 39 shootings going on in Ottawa to date why Brian are not extraditing these people out of our country once they’re caught,send them back get them the hell of our country once and for all that shows you how useless our government really is. Send McCallum with them too he says a Canadian is a Canadian and that’s all we here day after day in Ottawa in Toronto , out of my country once and for all you the government is really dividing this country
commented 2016-07-19 04:32:51 -0400
CHARLES MOULTON… Listen to me Bunkey!,- I was not “force fed” to come to that opinion; I am from THERE and still have family and friends THERE who can cite chapter and verse on the current reality in both Eastern Europe and “across the border to the East”!…Any intelligent person with the ability to purchase an airline ticket can go to any country on the Russian border and be “educated” very quickly as to what is current reality and what is bullshit – as per your postings… Fact – the majority of Russians living in Eastern European countries, aside from aging Soviet Era generals, want nothing to do with Putin… , Russia is on a downwards spiral, just like Venezuela, and using a military build-up and “Mother Russia” jingoism to try to distract the populace from reality… In both cases it is despotic socialism and “privileged oligarchs” – like Putin – ruling the roost, while average Russians still live in Stalin era block housing and drink themselves to oblivion each night… While their hopeless teenagers make porno movies…
commented 2016-07-19 00:35:51 -0400
Once KGB always KGB.


“According to a format of the ballot paper, published on the parliament’s website, the first question will ask: “Are you in favour of the reunification of Crimea with Russia as a part of the Russian Federation?”

The second asks: “Are you in favour of restoring the 1992 Constitution and the status of Crimea as a part of Ukraine?”

At first glance, the second option seems to offer the prospects of the peninsula remaining within Ukraine.

But the 1992 national blueprint – which was adopted soon after the collapse of the Soviet Union and then quickly abolished by the young post-Soviet Ukrainian state – is far from doing that.

This foresees giving Crimea all the qualities of an independent entity within Ukraine – but with the broad right to determine its own path and choose relations with whom it wants – including Russia.

With the pro-Russian assembly already saying it wants to return Crimea to Russia, this second option only offers a slightly longer route to shifting the peninsula back under Russian control, analysts say.

The option of asking people if they wish to stick with the status quo – in which Crimea enjoys autonomy but remains part of Ukraine – is not on offer.

Any mark in one of the boxes is regarded as a “Da” vote. Ballot papers will be regarded as spoiled if a voter fills in both boxes or indeed does not fill in either.

Those who stay away will also not influence the outcome, since the result will simply be based on the option preferred by a majority of those voting.


“Even if it (the referendum) were legitimate, the two choices presented to Crimean voters offer them no option for leaving Russian control,” wrote Keir Giles of the London-based Chatham House.

“The restoration of this (1992) constitution would be a step towards notional independence under Russian control … Those citizens who were content with Crimea remaining part of Ukraine on the same basis as it has been for the last 20 years do not have a voice in this referendum. There is no third option available.”
commented 2016-07-18 16:53:55 -0400
Liza, did you forget about the vote that took place in the Ukraine? With your logic " then Britian better not leave the EU". They will be breaking their agree with the EU and then there will be lots of trouble for Britian. Plus the posts you stated are from the USA state Travel agency, they have been saying that four the past 87 years.

As for MISTER ANDY, Uou have been force fed the western version of what Russia is. Yes! I agree when the fall first came down. Russia had some serious issues. But 30 years later it is a completely different country. Plus you have to be completely off your rocker! You are rating Russia to Venezuela. Here is a country that was very strong and very proud. Then all the crazies in that country voted in a government that is very close to the Alberta government. Now look what happened to that country, plus now look what is happening in Alberta.
commented 2016-07-18 11:24:38 -0400
" The 1997 agreement requires Russia to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity. Russia’s military actions in Ukraine, which have given them operational control of Crimea, are in clear violation of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty." This is a fact, Putin is in violation of the 97 agreement.

Dave, Russia has many “borderland” countries.
commented 2016-07-18 09:58:20 -0400
@andy N: I am by no means a fan of Russia’s current despot, nor am I prone to жопа целующиеся, but unlike you I actually study things a bit, rather than simply regurgitate somebody else’s inflamed hyperbole. I hold “quiet conversations” with numerous eastern Europeans (An odd name for western Slavs btw) and virtually all of them acknowledge the sad truth about the junta in Kiev: they are little more than thieves, thugs and neo-nazi gangsters installed by a renegade and reckless cabal of globalists, led by – most ironically – former commie stooges!

I hate to burst your little bubble, but most westerners are also aware of the truth about what is going on in Russia’s frontier. Perhaps you might be interested to know that “Ukraine” literally translates to “Borderland” or Frontier marshes". Not Europe’s borderlands mind you, but Russia’s.
commented 2016-07-18 09:54:43 -0400
You can say that again Andy Neimers. Yes Justin looks like a poofter beside Putin, but to glorify Putin is ridiculous. Justin being an impotent joke of a leader doesn’t make Putin a great one. With Putin, ‘diversion’ is key at the moment. He is being given far too much credit by some.
commented 2016-07-18 02:44:49 -0400
Wow!.. That sure flushed out the Российские те, кто целует задницы i.e. Russian butt kissers… Since Putin’s Russia is a miasma of corruption, oligarchs, mafia, jailed or dead journalists, and a failed economy, his diversionary tactics of building up the military to deflect attention from his failures is the only thing he can do to buy time… I gather that some of the current commentators would then be OK with a move to Russia or perhaps Venezuela to enjoy his “strong man” approach?… Again I suggest, a few minutes of quiet conversation with an Eastern European who spent decades under Russian rule might prove very “educational” as to who this ex-KGB agent really is…
commented 2016-07-17 23:04:45 -0400
Why on earth would The Rebel post a headline picture of a huge Justin Trudeau—confident and all that. And President Putin, large and clean combed. And in the corner a little Ezra Levant, looking sadly sincere.

Why post the picture that way?

Levant is a little man, and he knows it. But why promote this case.

Put up a picture of Ezra Levant equal to Trudeau or Putin.
commented 2016-07-17 19:49:53 -0400
Maybe metrosexual Justine thinks doing his imitation of a knee-walking wuss in front of Putin will spare him having to defended our northern border from Russian resource extraction over reach.

Selfies and semi-gay posing do not impress real predators Justine.
commented 2016-07-17 18:24:10 -0400
I’d agree with Charles Moulton as well. Putin isn’t the bad guy here, he’s a shrewd and tough leader but he’s doing it for his country as opposed to his pocketbook.

First off it has been the USA thats been the aggressor and provocateur in the mid-east. It has been the USA that armed ISIS and NOT the Russians. The Russians armed Assad as he is the only leader there fighting against ISIS. The ambassador in Libya was the middleman in the arms deals Obama/Clinton was funneling over there. Its been the US/NATO that has been toppling govt’s in the mid-east under the guise of ‘democracy and US security interests’ which is complete B.S. The USA has deliberately cleared the path for ISIS by killing all those leaders in the mid-east that WERE controlling the terrorists. Putin has actually warned the US/NATO that they don’t know what they are doing by arming and aiding the muslim terrorists, that the US created.

Secondly, when NATO dropped missiles basically on the front step of Russia’s borders is it even reasonable to think that the Russians weren’t going to respond to this provocation and not send troops and equipment to their borders in response? Oh but the USA/NATO says Russia’s invading and the champions of democracy are rushing in to protect the people and democracy. FAT CHANCE. Do you honestly think that Russia would abandon their Black Sea naval base Not likely, although the USA sure wants them too…

Russia isn’t the enemy, the USA is… The US meddling in everyones international affairs IS WHATS CAUSING THE PROBLEMS. Stop believing the spin the USA is giving as its all lies. No we must deal with Putin carefully but he’s not the aggressor globalist like those in the US administration etc…
commented 2016-07-17 17:10:05 -0400
Charles I agree with you 100%.Putin is more of a leader than Trudeau Obama and any other leader period.
commented 2016-07-17 16:39:00 -0400
PET was an anti American, Anglophobic, champagne socialist and there’s no reason to believe that Mr. Selfie is any different…
commented 2016-07-17 16:28:05 -0400
Justin Trudeau bounces around like a bingo ball. He will say or do anything that he thinks will be accepted by the sheeple. There is zero focus using ill thought out plans and objectives.
Take for instance, pulling the F-18’s. The refugee initiative and post arrival planning. The appointment of a 50-50 cabinet. (How immature management). Look who he has heading up the Electoral Reform committee. Absolutely in way over her head.
I’ve never heard someone communicate so effectively with the sheeple simply by using the words Duh, Uh Uh, Huh Huh Umm in sequence so often. If only we would have known it was that easy to sway uninformed voters. Who needs to be an economist or obtain a professional academic degree? Just lie to people and get you and your spouse to do a Vogue shoot.
Putin is laughing at this immature spectacle of a leader.
commented 2016-07-17 14:49:16 -0400
CHARLES MOULTON,You make a good point.

I was shocked to find out that NATO had 80 Nuclear warheads stashed in Turkey. One has to wonder who our real enemy is.

I hope all the people who voted Liberal in the last election, are proud of themselves. Trudeau and his gang of Libbers, with their agenda, are our worst enemy.
commented 2016-07-17 13:11:48 -0400
Justin Trudeau flaps his lips and says Au Ah and should add Duh to his vocabulary, mostly Duh then Au and Ah but lots of Duh’s. As far as him taking Putin on good luck. Putin is years older than Justy but would B-Slap him out in seconds.
commented 2016-07-17 13:05:13 -0400
@robert Langtry,

The Coup failed and there has been many and I mean many arrests in the military and courts.

It doesn’t look well for everyone in that country now.
commented 2016-07-17 12:44:30 -0400
Has there been any mention on recent attempted military coup in Turkey?
commented 2016-07-17 11:45:30 -0400
Wasn’t Baby Doc saying during the election that he was going to Indian wrestle Putin and make him say “uncle”? Oh yeah, he was going to really tell him off. Whatever, I’m sure Putin is shaking in his boots…
commented 2016-07-17 11:40:40 -0400
Ezra! You have to start backing off on this subject. You will loose the argument on this one.

Putin is the leader and the only (leader) on the planet that is willing to stand on the issue of Muslim take over.
This leader is making sure his country stays strong.
This leader is allowing all of his population to stay informed (unlike our goverements in the west).
This leader is making sure his economy is still one of the stronger ones on the planet.
This leader is only doing what the Ukrainian’s voted for, he is there to protect the ones that want to stay in Russia (look at Britain, the losers of the Britxit vote are still complaining).
This leader has pushed the Russian technology higher under his watch.

Now Putin is a hard man. But he is still one of the only true men left in politics.
This is a true leader, because he loves his country with all of his heart. That is what we need here. It isn’t about money it is about love.

Before all you people say something like, “you are crazy, or I am in love with Putin”. Please take a minute and really think about what this man has done with his country in the short time he has been in power.

Even Forbes is placing Putin as the most powerful man on the planet. He is even higher than Muslim lover Obama.

So really start thinking about that.