September 21, 2016

Ray Heard on Justin Trudeau’s “Photo op regime”

Brian LilleyArchive

As Parliament resumed without Trudeau, even some in the main stream media are beginning to ask questions about the effectiveness of his government. So what has Justin done, or not done, that is causing his government to lose their lustre?

Long time political operative and observer Ray Heard joins me to review some of the criticisms and add a few of his own including his observation that with all the public consultations and photo ops he and his MP’s are doing, who has time to pass legislation?

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commented 2016-09-22 02:19:39 -0400

Baby Doc Trudeau is hell bent on getting a chair at the UN Security Council. He will spend us into bankruptcy, invite anyone who claims to be a refugee, import any and all non-Canadian attitudes that is antithetical to our way of life such as Shira, and give away as much of our taxes to achieve that end.

Just last week he said that we should be bringing in more Chinese citizens. So where exactly are all the jobs going to come from? Unemployment is going up as the tax base decreases. Of course he believes that refugees and newly arrived, those who haven’t contributed one cent to this nation, will be getting better services and paid housing vrs Canadians.

Any benefit to actual Canadians in sight? Nope.

I took the survey regarding voting change. I have the feeling that just about no one knows about it except for those who are for it. When you read the options, it is obvious that it will stack the voting to the Liberal party. Oh joy… Oh yes, the minister in charge of this was ready to move back to Afghanistan but Baby Doc called and made her an offer that kept her here. Surely she is not all that invested in this country and other than it being a paid job, would and probably will leave once she is voted out, gets fired, gets caught ordering a $16 glass of juice, or just quits because we, the Canadian populace, won’t agree with her..

Baby Doc arrived as king… ah, PM with a $7.5 billion surplus. Within a few months he had scheduled a $30 billion deficit. That is $37.5 billion gone and to be repaid, and we really have nothing to show for it, unlike various dictatorship and useless UN committees around the world. So taxes must increase, which will stifle the economy, increase layoffs, closures, and increase the welfare lists – yet “refugees” will be financed to live in hotels and will be allowed to vote without even becoming citizens (so says our PM).

Is his getting a seat at the table with the big boys really worth our money? Is it worth the prestige for his ego? Is there really any need for Canada to be at the Security Council with the dictators of the UN? All that will happen is we will be rubber stamping and our PM abdicating authority to UN votes.

BTW, does anyone remember that he dropped out of two universities, one English and one French? Possibly the least educated of all our prime ministers. And it shows,
commented 2016-09-21 21:57:28 -0400
Christina Freeland on tonight’s CBC , On The Money blamed her lack of Free Trade with the EU, on Donald Trump. Unbelievable as Harper set it up so all the Liberals had to do is sign it.
commented 2016-09-21 17:02:16 -0400
Ironically, that’s a very telling picture headlining this story… If you look closely at the Cabinet members standing behind The Boy Blunder… There in the back row, centre, stands ex-astronaut Marc Garneau… Arguably the smartest one in this bunch, with that sad look on his face evidently thinking:- “What the Hell am I doing here??…”
commented 2016-09-21 16:28:44 -0400
I am all in favour of this jackass not passing any laws. The longer he can stay on the road with his shameless self-promotion tour the better.
commented 2016-09-21 14:51:32 -0400
Our best hope for the next three years is for Trudeau & company to continue their “world selfie tour”. Most bands break up after being together for that long.
commented 2016-09-21 11:22:22 -0400
“Not sure that he’s still smoking it, but we can’t really tell.” This is a very accurate statement, but I’m still not sure how Brian managed to say it with a straight face.
commented 2016-09-21 10:04:06 -0400
Brian you really do have a problem spitting out the truth about Islam, please go and learn about it, and not from modern day apologists, or an Imam he will practice Al-Taqiyya , learn the plain facts. Yes there are cultural people with a Muslim background who don’t practice, they are the “Moderates”. When you hear shouted from the heavens by the “main stream/silent majority?”, that Jihad is wrong, woman are equal, Gays will be tolerated, then lets talk Moderate. A secular Muslim, Christian is an oxymoron, you cannot be one of these yet claim you are secular. You believe or don’t. Finally, Muslim is not a race.

Secular: of or relating to worldly things or to things that are not regarded as religious, spiritual, or sacred; temporal:
commented 2016-09-21 09:45:06 -0400
YAY! We have an unelected pm, Rasputin, ooops, gerry butthead, the power behind the throne. So much for political accountability…
commented 2016-09-21 09:25:55 -0400
I’d rather Justin not pass legislation anyway, so now if we could just get Justin to stop wasting tax payer money. He spends tax payer money like it belongs to him.

But Ray, Trudeau is good at reversing everything he can that Harper passed.
commented 2016-09-21 09:15:59 -0400
Last I heard?

Women DON’T have a choice about sitting at the back of a mosque.

OR leaving Islam either.
commented 2016-09-21 09:15:58 -0400
Remember how the first priority of Baby Doc was the infrastructure project to bring running potable water to the Indian reservations immediately upon being elected? However, the first project was to upgrade 24 Sussex, his family home. I guess Baby Doc intends to invite all the F/N residents on reserves without running water to use his bathroom.
commented 2016-09-21 09:09:07 -0400
Ah yes, the life of entitlement – how nice it must be.