October 21, 2016

Remembering two Canadian heroes even if Trudeau’s Liberals don’t

Brian LilleyArchive

It’s one day after the two year anniversary of the deaths of Nathan Cirillo and Patrice Vincent, two Canadian soldiers murdered by jihadists in what amounted to a full-on attack against Canadian democracy.

The one year anniversary was marked jointly by outgoing Prime Minister Stephen Harper and newly elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

This year, I was surprised to find that there would be nothing, not even some form of commemoration for these two soldiers killed by jihadists.

Watch as I explain what I found when I looked into it and what I think we can all do to keep the memory of these two Canadian heroes alive, with or without the government.

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commented 2016-10-23 03:00:03 -0400
I wonder, that given The Boy Blunder’s evident disdain for Canada’s military history and traditions – like his father – he should avoid further visits to any CFB sites from coast to coast lest an “accident” occur?…
commented 2016-10-23 03:00:03 -0400
I wonder, that given The Boy Blunder’s evident disdain for Canada’s military history and traditions – like his father – he should avoid further visits to any CFB sites from coast to coast lest an “accident” occur?…
commented 2016-10-22 23:25:05 -0400
Lest we ever forget!
commented 2016-10-22 16:09:34 -0400
Thank you Brian. I can assure you that my husband Bob and myself do remember both these men, Nathan Cirillo and Patrice Vincent and wish that they forever rest in peace. Canada should always be proud of their soldiers and their fight for the freedom of us all. J T will never be the man that those two were in their short lives.
May God Bless.
commented 2016-10-22 10:23:11 -0400
Have we all forgotten the Muslims who protested Remembrance Day? Would Baby Doc offend them by honouring two fallen soldiers murdered by followers of Islam? The proof is in the pudding. If there is enough outcry, he may stand in Parliament and make, ah, a, ah, comment about, ah, their sacrifice.

His father did as much as he could to break our military. Papa Doc did realise that he was pushing it and had to put some funding into the military. Too much outcry. Baby Doc works the same way.

But rest assured, Baby Doc has a lot of security. Yesterday a fool tossed pumpkin seeds at him and was immediately taken down by four members of the security crew. She will be charged. (When a Conservative was attacked with a cream pie, the Liberals in opposition kept telling the government to have a sense of humour.) Baby Doc definitely enjoys the armed security he has, but isn’t interested in those who protect us.

Now he is waiting with bated breath for the UN to tell him where to send Canadian troops to do the UN’s bidding. Baby Doc probably wants to protect Hezbollah or Hamas from Israel when it retaliates. This is all in his bid to have a seat at the UN Security Council. Our troops will be fodder for his ego.
commented 2016-10-21 20:48:04 -0400
Pegida Canada will gather to commemorate these two heroes in Toronto tomorrow (Oct 22). If anyone is interested in joining us, you can message our Facebook page admin for details.
commented 2016-10-21 19:33:44 -0400
Of course there is nothing commemorating and honoring them for 2 reasons…they are Veterans and they’re Canadians.
commented 2016-10-21 19:29:50 -0400
😪 yawn…big stretch. What? You say something sean? 😴
commented 2016-10-21 19:26:12 -0400
They died doing what they wanted to do, they weren’t forced into it; there is nothing to memorialise.

Harper was a coward; he hid in a cupboard!
commented 2016-10-21 18:41:55 -0400
Sir Winston Churchill was wrong, it is the Liberals who are the Scum of the Earth.
commented 2016-10-21 18:36:20 -0400
The liberal scum sure like to honor Khadr any chance they get though. They make me sick. I hope Khadr has a nice special backpack for them in the future.
commented 2016-10-21 18:35:05 -0400
Well pathetic cowards hate real men who have paid the price for freedom and died with honor and integrity.
commented 2016-10-21 18:09:32 -0400
Baby Doc is just following in Papa Doc’s footsteps regarding historical events. Canada had no history or tradition pre-1968 in the opinion of the Liberal Party of Corruption. Papa Doc even desired to rename the RCMP, a police service with regimental history and tradition, as the National Police and end their traditions.

We can have the continuation of Canadian history with Baby Doc now that the unfortunate 31 year interregnum is over. Although, I think the Laurentian elites composing the Party of Liberal Corruption give a slight nod to Chrétien even though he is not quite their type.
commented 2016-10-21 16:48:20 -0400
No surprises here. turdo la doo, like his old man, has an aversion to all things military. It’s a streak of yellow – more like a broad racing stripe – that runs through the turdo genes.

It manifests itself as contempt, disdain and utter avoidance of all things military; because anything to do with the Canadian Armed Forces was/is an irritating reminder of their considerable bravery deficiency.