March 08, 2018

Populism on the rise: “Time to get furious and fight back” against global elites

Rebel Staff

Do you feel it?

Like the crackle near electricity wires, or the buzz from a speaker about to jump into life. I feel it in the tips of my fingers and the hairs standing up on my arms.

Change is here.

The populist forces that unite the conservative movement are coming together and even the most skeptical can now see the evidence that surrounds us.

And as we rise up we feel the community growing, extending, and we reach out to each other, to hold hands around the globe — a resurgent conservative movement, stronger together...

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commented 2018-03-12 12:01:21 -0400
Paul Taylor. We witnessed the election of Donald J. Trump and the dramatic changes he is already making in the U.S. We saw the vote of Brexit as a reaction to Britain being controlled by the continental elites in Brussels instead of their own Parliament. Let us hope the Brits have the backbone to follow up with this and get to hell out of the EU. Closer to home, we have seen the unite the Right movement in Alberta and the election of Jason Kenney as the United Conservative Party leader, on the cusp of soon kicking Rachel Notley and her socialist hordes into oblivion, and in Ontario we now have the election of Doug Ford as the unapologetically populist leader of the PC Party of Ontario.

Dramatic change is definitely in the air but Rome was not built in a day. I agree however that we are reaching a crisis point for getting rid of that treasonous halfwit in the PMO.
commented 2018-03-11 17:49:45 -0400
Talk is cheap and so are Political Readings in Ottawa. So enough of the gum flapping, action is needed to stop this shit from continuing.

When are we going to do something……………………………….
commented 2018-03-09 15:23:51 -0500
I encourage anyone who hasn’t, to sign House of Commons petition E-1560 link that Tammie has posted. If enough signatures are gathered it is read on the floor of the House and addressed. With the FGM issue, enough signatures were collected, it was read in the House, and the immigration minister was forced to include it as an unacceptable practice in the info for new entries to Canada. These E petitions can have an impact.
Information required is basic, and for confirmation. All they do is email you back to finish the signing process , that’s it. It can’t be used in any other way or by any other body.
commented 2018-03-09 15:22:17 -0500
Canada isn’t just ‘not quite there yet’ we haven’t hit rock bottom yet. And as mentioned we don’t have the history to make us really keen to the threats. Canadians have become soft and spoiled and way too docile and trusting. At this point our leaders are our brave Chinese and eastern European immigrant fellow Canadians. I have so much respect for these people who stand up for the country they chose to come to and want badly to see it remain free.
commented 2018-03-08 19:17:22 -0500
Maurince said, “With his intention to restrict, complicate and, I’m sure, eventually confiscate firearms from law-abiding gun owners, while simultaneously mollycoddling the criminals who commit gun violence, he has pretty much insured that innocent lives will be lost, and the loss of those lives will be on his head.”

Any government intent on removing guns from the people regardless of their excuses for doing so are doing it for one reason only, because they are afraid the population might use those guns against them.
commented 2018-03-08 18:25:47 -0500
Off Topic
Rebels, please consider signing the House of Commons petition E-1560 sponsored by Conservative MP Larry Miller.
Whereas:
The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has demonstrated the lack of security protocols to prevent the invitation of convicted terrorists to state dinners in other countries.
We, the undersigned, Citizens of Canada, call upon the House of Commons to:
1) Engage in an open investigation and report on all failures in the PMO related to national security and international relations of Canada abroad or other related security matters;
2) Present revised security policies and procedures to address lapses in security and international relations as a result of such; and
3) Complete a thorough investigation of the most recent incident involving India and to clearly delineate the failures of those responsible.

https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-1560
commented 2018-03-08 17:48:32 -0500
Ron Voss very good advice.
commented 2018-03-08 17:39:48 -0500
Things will only get worse in Canada unless and until this liberal government is permanently thrown out of office. The only proof of that’s needed came strait out of Ralph Goodale’s mouth. With his intention to restrict, complicate and, I’m sure, eventually confiscate firearms from law-abiding gun owners, while simultaneously mollycoddling the criminals who commit gun violence, he has pretty much insured that innocent lives will be lost, and the loss of those lives will be on his head.
commented 2018-03-08 16:29:18 -0500
Craig Firth—Your correct, Canada isn’t there yet. Germany is coming along, France will follow once they see Germany cleared of maggots. Sweden has 26% resistance for their elections in Sept. this year.
The only Countries with no hope are the UK and Canada.
Example: 5 Brits blown up near London 3 days ago, apparently 5 People with ME names charged, and MSM North America and UK hardly mention it. If it were 5 Muslims killed, Trudeau would be stuttering on the CBC 24/7.
commented 2018-03-08 15:51:18 -0500
“Instead, direct your giving to conservative organizations that are behaving as conservatives. "

Exactly, RON VOSS. And tell the “Progressive” Conservatives what you are doing, and why you’re doing it.
commented 2018-03-08 15:49:41 -0500
Good posts below, nothing for me to add.
commented 2018-03-08 15:34:30 -0500
I hate to be negative but unfortunately Canada isn’t quite there yet as there hasn’t been enough economic destruction not to mention rape, theft ,beatings ,murder , truck attacks ect, ect .
I wish we could learn from the E U mistakes but what can I say we have Soros funded Trudeau plus Notley and the lot along with a dumbed down populous so suffice to say sorry for jumping on that bandwagon
commented 2018-03-08 15:06:51 -0500
Awesome column Katie.
“We want control over our own country. We want strong borders. We want our own culture and value-set protected. We do not want mass, indiscriminate immigration. And we want to put our country and our people first.”

So do we here in Canada. The movement is growing, people are starting to wake up. Canada is well behind the curve and has a lot of catching up to do, but if we get Trudeau out we have a chance .
commented 2018-03-08 15:00:02 -0500
MARTIN ASHFIELD, unfortunately I don’t think Schere will be replaced but hopefully a revolt by conservatives such as stopping the funding will push them to get some backbone. Instead, direct your giving to conservative organizations that are behaving as conservatives.
commented 2018-03-08 14:28:58 -0500
I just wish that we here in Canada would have a strong, powerful resurgent conservative movement, but with weak kneed smiley Scheer we can forget about being ‘strong and powerful’, and a resurgence will be a long time in coming. Unless the party wakes up and throws the soft ass out and re-elects a strong leader – one can only hope and pray.