February 19, 2017

Kellie Leitch: “Freedom of speech is not ‘fringe,’ Mr. Trudeau”

Rebel Staff

Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidate Kellie Leitch spoke at the Rebel's Freedom Rally last week, voicing her opposition to the Liberals' anti-"Islamophobia" motion, M-103:

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commented 2017-02-22 14:02:36 -0500
When the smoke clears and the participants go home to their adobe huts, the historical facts still remain. This cynical push to raise Islam above other religions is the modus operandi of the Muslim community and has been for 1400 years.

People should never forget that since Islam first crawled out from under a rock on the Arabian peninsula in Mecca (a backwater trading town on a backwater land mass) some 1400 years ago; that it has spread from there by ‘hook’ (fire and sword) OR by ‘crook’ (Taqiyya based deceit), throughout the Middle East, North Africa, through much of Asia and the Indian sub-continent as well as Europe.

It has been beaten back many times but that merely motivates it to double down on its supremacist agenda and come back for more. The current push in Canada by the Islamists of the Muslim community to eventually have anti-Islamophobia laws legislated in Canada, is just the another example of ‘crook’ (Taqiyya based deceit) to put Islam in a special category and have it raised above other religions.
All well-meaning, loyal and freedom loving Canadians should never be lulled into believing that the insidious push behind M-103 and other motions and/or petitions of its type, are anything more than a back door attempt to implement Sharia based anti-blasphemy laws. This will effectively make it a criminal act to criticize a faith (Islam), which much more than any other, is in dire need of criticism.

Any non-Muslim Canadian politician, such as Justin Trudeau and much of the Liberal caucus, several federal Tory MP’s, notably Michael Chong, as well as the PC leader in Ontario, the Liberal-lite Patrick Brown, who have come out in support of this insidious motion, have submitted to the Islamic agenda and no longer can be counted upon to defend Canadian values. For all practical intents and purposes these same politicians have become the existential enemies of all freedom loving and loyal Canadians.
commented 2017-02-22 13:40:36 -0500
They don’t say you can only submit one question so submit away Jamie.
commented 2017-02-22 09:32:04 -0500
@jack Carter…I know identitarian leftist cannot imagine that their absolutist notions are bullshit. NOBODY IS OBLIGED TO COLLECETIVELY CATAGORIZE ANY GROUP…it is only the dogmatic doctrinaire mindset of the left and it’s one size fits all conformity that make leftists think that.

I decide who my friends and who my enemies are….not Karl Marx….each and every one is on a cse by case basis.

Just BTW Jack I would like to point out to you that this IS NOT the USA. If you do not live in Montreal Papineau, you did not vote for Justin Trudeau nor will you in the next election. The prime minister of Canada is not elected by the people of Canada, he or she is elected by their political party and there is no electoral ballot for prime minister.

So if you are not a member in good standing of the Conservative party you have no say in the matter.
commented 2017-02-22 09:14:27 -0500
Thanks for that link, LISA ROSIE. Here is what I submitted. It is evident from the website that it is the CPC that is controlling the debate, so there is little chance that the Party which has gone out of its way to avoid the property rights issue would wan the question raised in a public forum at this point – it would only highlight their dereliction on the issue. However, I have a faint hope that there may be a journalist or two out there with the curiosity (or a sense of humour) who might wish to raise the question….maybe just to enjoy the squirming.

Back in 1981, Joe Clark pushed for the inclusion of property rights in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms – his motion was opposed by the NDP voting in concert with the Trudeau Liberals. More than thirty-five years later, Canadians – to their increasing detriment – still do not have property rights enshrined in their much-vaunted Charter. In every province, on a daily basis, rural landowners are confronted with the uncompensated loss of land value and land-use utility due to land-use restrictions imposed by a host of environmental laws and regulations. This is unfair and unjust, and it should not be happening in a modern democracy such as Canada.
We have been getting excuses from the Conservative Party for generations: “the provinces would never agree to it”; “there is no pressing need for it because things are going just fine”; “re-opening the Charter would alienate Quebec”; etc. But that is nothing but dishonest hogwash that reeks of cowardice. If you polled Canadians with a straightforward question on the issue, with the possible exception of a handful of ardent communists, the overwhelming majority would want property rights enshrined in our Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
So my question to the candidates is short and simple: If you are elected as leader of the CPC, will you make the enshrinement of effective property rights in our Charter of Rights and Freedoms a priority?
commented 2017-02-22 09:11:29 -0500
Jack, if you are proud and boisterous of accepting monies to troll for your fellow patheticos that says it all about who you really are, that would be Gordo Steele in all his glory.
commented 2017-02-22 09:06:48 -0500
This character Jack Carter is truly full of hatred as his posts demonstrate, he must be popping anti-acid tablets like crazy just to be able to function day to day due to all the excess bile that is in him. Very sad.
commented 2017-02-21 23:49:17 -0500
This Kelly Leach fella has some cool ideas.
commented 2017-02-21 23:40:39 -0500
D Mary,

You wish you were making the kind of money that the media party pays me.
commented 2017-02-21 23:01:59 -0500
So far Gordo Jack all you have shown is what a pathetic lying hypocritical government program teat suckler you are, and you do that very well.
commented 2017-02-21 20:21:42 -0500
Well Gordo Jack, if they are paying you for your mind, then they are seriously short changed !
commented 2017-02-21 17:48:56 -0500
I enjoy the discussion about free speech. It would appear there is an attempt to fill this site with spam.
Please dont take the bait.
commented 2017-02-21 17:02:50 -0500
D Mary, CBC, CTV, Global And The Toronto Star are paying me so much money for my mind – why would I want to change that?
commented 2017-02-21 16:48:29 -0500
Gordon Jack, not happy now, just concerned that you still haven’t got the professional help you so obviously need.
commented 2017-02-21 16:38:43 -0500
D Mary,

Feel free to think whatever you want. If you makes you happy to think that I am someone else – then knock yourself out. Makes no difference to me, but it makes you look like an idiot for having conspiracy theories regarding people who post here.

Yes, I am Gordo Steele and I am being paid by the CBC, CTV, Global And The Toronto Star to spread the mainstream media message.

Happy now?
commented 2017-02-21 16:18:27 -0500
“…Lemieux is handsome, military and authentic, …”

Well, you may have the first two right, LISA ROSIE, but you’re badly wrong on the “authentic” part – especially when it comes to his support for freedom of speech.

Back in November 2007 Lemieux fired the President of his riding association because she wrote a letter to a local newspaper after her daughter had been harassed at her workplace by a group of French Language activists. AND, Lemieux fully supported Russell Township (an Ontario municipality in his riding) when it enacted a bylaw forcing businesses to put French on their signs.

So, smilin’ Pierre may be a lot of things, but given his track record, it is somewhere between laughable and hypocritical for him to claim that he’s a champion of freedom of speech.

Oh, and he’s no better on property rights either.
commented 2017-02-21 16:00:27 -0500
Hyacinth, it is Gordo, as you say, for as usual, he just needs to once again open his mouth and remove all doubt. He really is that pathetic and predictable. If it wasn’t so sad it would be entertaining.
commented 2017-02-21 15:57:06 -0500
Okay Gordon, Jack, Jay, whatever you say, as you think you speak for a majority of Canadians, which of course is your usual spew. There is a better way to supplement your retirement income than your usual trolling. Perhaps take up basket weaving or something and be slightly useful for once in your petty government teat suckling existence.
commented 2017-02-21 15:51:55 -0500
D Mary,
I think you hit a nerve, it is the standard variation of “who is this (….) I’m not (…)” comment posted as rebuttal LOL.
commented 2017-02-21 15:36:41 -0500
D Mary,

Who the hell is Gordo Steele? You do know that liberals or people with opposing views have been posting here since the beginning right? It’s not just conservatives or kooks like you that think there is some posting agenda here.
commented 2017-02-21 15:32:24 -0500
liza Rosie,

You may not have a choice ultimately. Will you support the conservative party if O’Leary is leader or will you more or less give up in that Canadians just don’t share your views and there is really nothing you can do?
commented 2017-02-21 15:22:37 -0500
All, when wasting your time commenting to Jack Carter, you are actually dealing with yet another Gordo Steele alias that appears out of nowhere like Jay Kelly, and disappears just as fast when their mission fails. He is just a pathetic lying hypocritical waste of time.
commented 2017-02-21 14:15:07 -0500
It’s really too bad about that voice of hers – I like her delivery, she’s knows how to rally the troops. I like Trost too but AGAIN … some kind of speech problem. Too easy for the other side to mock.
commented 2017-02-21 13:02:20 -0500
I don’t find her anything of the sort. I haven’t written her off. The leadership race isn’t over until the end of May. I won’t know who I will be voting for until the very end of this race, but it won’t be for cino Oleary.
commented 2017-02-21 10:20:38 -0500
Daryl Herman,

Let’s meet up now and we can see if I will eat my words. I am willing to bed you are all talk and NO action.

It’s actually hilarious and pathetic that you truly believe that soon enough – we are all going to be saying Prime Minister Leitch.
commented 2017-02-21 09:25:07 -0500
Canada’s future has been decided by math – more takers than makers – so it doesn’t much matter who sits in the legislatures or the House of Commons. Tits like turdo la doo, liars like McGuinty and Wynne, and professional hypocrites like Prentice and Smith are just symptoms of the real problems.

Here are some facts. In Canada’s working population, two out of ten people get a government (taxpayer) pay-cheque, and one out of ten is working on a government (taxpayer) contract. That leaves seven workers to support not just themselves and their own families, but also those three and their families. Now, let’s factor in the unemployed/welfare/disabled, and you can almost add another one out of the ten to the support list. So, every six workers are supporting their own family plus four others.

It gets worse. Given the opportunity, some of those six workers/businessmen will take every opportunity to grab some government largesse – whether in the form of a government grant, or, as is the case here in Ontario, a program that shoves a portion of a company’s hydro bills onto the shoulders of ordinary folks.

And there are things like the additional growing costs associated with an aging population and wide-open immigration that I’m not going to get in to which are adding more weight to the shoulders of the private sector.

Now here’s the kicker: there isn’t anyone out there, in any Party, even raising this issue….let alone saying that this status quo is not sustainable. And they aren’t saying it because there is no demand from the heavy-lifters – that increasingly small percentage of the working population that supports everyone else – to fix things. They are seemingly content playing host to a gathering swarm of parasites.
commented 2017-02-21 03:43:24 -0500
I hope nobody is stupid enough to make that text.
commented 2017-02-21 00:50:59 -0500
To Jack Carter…
The true value of “freedom of speech” is to say whatever you want even if your politically incorrect, absolutely wrong or dead on the money…
Even though I disagree with almost everything that you say I will still defend your right to say it… Your way left of center views indicate that if you had the chance you would silence freedom of speech to empower your ideologies.
We must never allow that to happen.!
commented 2017-02-21 00:32:51 -0500
I like Kellie’s message, but I just don’t feel like she can beat the ‘hair’ boy. It ‘s sort of like she is trying too hard and it just doesn’t come off well. Although we all know who Jack thinks we should vote for, I’d rather that didn’t happen. I think Scheer’s wit and humour would go a long way, Lemieux is handsome, military and authentic, and Trost would take the blows well, nothing fazes him. He is slow and steady and speaking off the cuff as he did at the rally I liked him a lot. Can he beat Hair boy? don’t know. I think he may be my third pick. I’d like to see more of Lemieux in action.

Jack, dogs don’t chase parked cars, so thanks for the compliment, and attention. Careful you don’t get run over though.