February 01, 2019

Rebel Roundup: Guests Jack Buckby, Sheila Gunn Reid & Ezra Levant

David MenziesMission Specialist

 

Every Friday evening on Rebel Roundup, we get together with other Rebel contributors to review the week's headlines, from the serious to the absurd.

Settle in and enjoy!


* Omar Khadr is many things; a terrorist, a murderer, and even a multimillionaire thanks to the Trudeau Liberals. But how in the world did Google somehow hail Khadr as a Canadian soldier? And why was Gerald Butts yet again going to bat for Omar?

Rebel Commander Ezra Levant will try to make sense of it all.


* There’s an odious double-standard in Canada when it comes to oil. Namely, the stuff coming out of the ground in Alberta is subjected to a gender-based analysis while crude from that enlightened realm called Saudi Arabia, gets a pass.

Sheila Gunn Reid joins us to explain.


* The Brexit saga continues in the United Kingdom!

Jack Buckby drops by to give us the very latest on Brexit, aka, the never-ending story.


* And finally letters. I’ll share some of the letters we received regarding my commentary about the City of Toronto banning tobogganing on one of the city’s best hills because the hill in question is... um, too hilly?

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commented 2019-02-02 13:11:49 -0500
“Designated tobogganing hills…”
Interesting that the no-more-fun-bureaucrats chose the word ‘designated’.

des·ig·nate
verb
past tense: designated; past participle: designated
/ˈdeziɡˌnāt/
– appoint (someone) to a specified position.
“he was designated as prime minister”
synonyms: appoint, nominate, depute, delegate;
– officially assign a specified status or ascribe a specified name or quality to.
“certain schools are designated “science schools””
synonyms: classify, class, pronounce, label, tag;
– signify; indicate.
“the term “brainstem” designates the medulla, pons, and mesencephalon”
wiki

So does the sign mean that if you’re a NO-whatever scofflaw, that the no-more-fun police come to arrest you? Seriously, what are the penalties for getting caught tobogganing on non-designated hills?

And more accurately Menzoid, that would be – pry my toboggan from my frozen dead hand.
commented 2019-02-02 12:30:28 -0500
Jan G., I went to my tech, and he said its something Google started years ago, but it has never been popular, so they are scraping it. People used it to put photos of their dog etc.. Most people don’t know that they have it.
commented 2019-02-02 03:55:23 -0500
Jan G i think they are shutting down their social media pages as they are not heavily used.
commented 2019-02-01 23:52:03 -0500
The numbers indicate’ Muslims will soon be Canada’s Largest Voting Block & the Liberals are promoting & claiming them as their own.
commented 2019-02-01 23:07:34 -0500
The toboggan ban reminds me of when I was a boy and the cinder path next to the school was covered with ice. We had great fun skiing down it until the school buzzer sounded. When we went out at recess, the caretaker poured salt on it. That ruined our fun. Nobody got hurt either.
commented 2019-02-01 22:25:12 -0500
Off topic:
I just got an email stating that Google+accounts and Google+pages are being shut down in April 2019 (my Google personal account).
What does that mean?
commented 2019-02-01 22:10:47 -0500
- Liberal party values. Canadians being held in China are no big deal – Khadr being removed from Google’s Canadian soldiers list, cue the outrage.

- Once again the Liberals are virtue signaling – something done by people with no real virtue. It’s not just with Canadian oil, with every cry for CO2 reduction OPEC (& China) get a pass. When the Kyoto accord was in the works OPEC nations combined to be the world’s 4th largest CO2 emitter. They got a pass anyway. Welcome to globalism.

-BREXIT was approved by the people. A no deal BREXIT looks like the best bet. The failing EU wants a handout – they should go pound sand.