January 13, 2019

Top 10: Pipeline supporters protest Trudeau event in B.C.

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

1. Pro pipeline supporters protest Trudeau in Kamloops, British Columbia

Over 200 protesters showed up Wednesday outside a hotel in Kamloops, British Columbia, where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave a campaign-style speech over a fundraising lunch indoors.

Protesters wore yellow vests, influenced by the widespread anti-carbon tax movement in France, and held up brightly colored signs in support of pipelines.

Similar to the French protests, the demonstrations in Canada has shifted from anger over rising taxes to an expression of overall dissatisfaction with Trudeau's leadership.

14 people were arrested on Monday in northwestern British Columbia over a protest against construction of a natural gas pipeline by Coastal GasLink, a key part of the $40-billion LNG Canada project.

Protesters for and against pipelines chant outside Trudeau event

Anti-pipeline protesters chanted opposite pipeline supporters in yellow vests outside a Liberal fundraiser in Kamloops, B.C., where Justin Trudeau spoke on Wednesday. Both groups voiced criticisms of the prime minister.

2. Woman, 28, whose Uber was cancelled without her realising was picked up instead by man who kidnapped, raped and robbed her; he has now been jailed for nine years

A man who kidnapped, raped and robbed a woman who got into his vehicle after mistaking him for an Uber driver has been jailed.

Mohammed Awais, of East Ham, London, was driving a white Toyota Auris which arrived the victim's location, which she then got into.

The court heard she got into the vehicle at around 12.30am on October 20 after a night-out in Dalston with her friends.

When she voiced her suspicion after the driver did not appear to know where he was supposed to be going, he locked the doors and sped up.

The terrified victim, 28, was driven to a dimly lit alleyway in East Ham where she was raped.

After the attack the male robbed the victim of her possessions, including her phone, cash and a laptop, and ordered her to get out of the car. He then drove away.

3. Trudeau questioned about Saudi oil, sharia law & globalism at town hall

4. Swedish journalist: Teachers have “surrendered” to rising school violence

Swedish journalist Joakim Lamotte has spent time lecturing in schools across Sweden and claims that violence is on the rise because many teachers have simply given up on attempting to deal with the problem. [...]

“Other incidents I have encountered in my work are pupils who became violent at a school in Bohuslän because one day they were only served pork in the dining room,” he noted, and claimed in several schools teachers would not walk by themselves out of safety concerns.[...]

Mr Lamotte also sounded the alarm regarding sexual abuse in Swedish schools in 2017, saying there had been a wave of sexual assaults by newly arrived migrants and that teachers were too afraid to speak out on the issue in case they were branded racists.

5. German TV show disputes AfD version of attack on MP Frank Magnitz

German doctor contradicts the media narrative on the attack

6. Malaysia maintains ban on Israeli athletes competing in the country

PUTRAJAYA, Jan 10 2019 (Bernama) — The government maintains its stand of prohibiting Israeli athletes from competing in the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships in Kuching from July 29 to Aug 4, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today.

He said that if the Israeli squad was insistent on participating in the championships, it would be a violation (of the ban).

We maintain our stand on the prohibition. If they do come, it is a violation. If they want to withdraw Malaysia’s right to host the championships, they can do so, he told a press conference after chairing a meeting of the Special Cabinet Committee on Anti-Corruption here. [...]

Yesterday, Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Steven Sim Chee Keong said Malaysia would not allow Israeli Paralympic swimmers to enter the country to participate in the championships because Malaysia’s foreign policy with regard to Israel is very clear.

7. France: VTC drivers launch “snail operation” to block Paris roads

More than 100 VTC (tourist transport, with driver)-registered chauffeurs took to the streets of Paris on Friday, for a second day of protest.

The strikers, many of whom wore yellow vests, gathered at Porte d'Orleans in the French capital and launched a drive-slow operation (dubbed 'snail operation') on the Paris ring road, reportedly slowing traffic towards Orly airport.

The protesters are demanding a minimum fare, tax benefits on fuel, and a reduction in the number of license cards, according to local media reports.

8. Poland arrests Chinese Huawei exec on spying charges

WARSAW — Poland has arrested a Chinese employee of Huawei and a Polish national involved in cyber business on allegations of spying, Polish media reported Friday, deepening the controversy over Western criticism of the Chinese telecoms equipment maker.

US intelligence agencies allege Huawei Technologies Co.s Ltd. is linked to China’s government and that its equipment could contain 'backdoors' for use by government spies.

No evidence has been produced publicly and the firm has repeatedly denied the claims. But the criticism has led several Western countries and companies to look into whether they should allow Huawei’s equipment to be used in their telecoms networks, straining relations with Beijing.

9. “Traditional masculinity” deemed harmful, could lead to sexual harassment, medical group says

For the first time in its history, the American Psychological Association (APA) released guidelines concerning men and boys, saying that so-called “traditional masculinity” not only is “harmful” but also could lead to homophobia and sexual harassment.

“The main thrust of the subsequent research is that traditional masculinity – marked by stoicism, competitiveness, dominance and aggression – is, on the whole, harmful,” reads the news release by the famed association.

It notes that research shows “traditional masculinity is psychologically harmful and that socializing boys to suppress their emotions causes damage that echoes both inwardly and outwardly.

10. German journalist criticizes students who protested author Thilo Sarazzin’s inclusion in free speech event


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commented 2019-01-14 16:03:44 -0500
I guess Justin forgot he said this
Trudeau insists: “Islam not incompatible with Western Secular Democracy” Or what he is telling Imam in private,


“Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a Muslim Imam that the Canadian government would support using taxpayer funds to allow for Sharia law to be established in the country.”
commented 2019-01-14 14:48:11 -0500
  1. Also, I am sick of him saying that most Canadians agree with his globalist migration policies. THEY DON’T.

I don’t know if I would have said the hanging part in such a forum. I wonder if she was spoken to after. I’m surprised Justin didn’t call her an Islamophobe and a racist.

I meant # 3 last comment also.
commented 2019-01-14 14:40:44 -0500
#1, Justin in Kamloops.
Since the reversal of line 9 bringing western oil, (that the eastern provinces objected so loudly to) less conflict oil is imported for eastern Canada’s consumption.
Justin is partly correct, however in true liberal spin and deflection he leaves out the important stuff. He made it sound like no Saudi oil comes into the east any more. Nothing could be further from the truth. This NP article dated August 9 2018 fills in what Justin neglected to include in his rant about ‘misinformation’.


“All of the Saudi oil imported into Canada in 2017 and 2018 came through New Brunswick, which only has one oil import facility: The massive Irving Oil-owned Saint John refinery. Between January and June of this year that refinery has imported $1.8 billion of Saudi oil — roughly $10 million per day. The amount of U.S. oil entering the refinery, for comparison, is equivalent only to about $3.8 million per day. "

All Saudi imports are refined in N.B. according to this article.
Much less U.S. oil is refined here. (I can’t find numbers on imports of U.S. refined oil servicing the east . I assume there are some). The point is that Canada does still import a huge amount of Saudi oil and Justin didn’t even mention it, making it sound like the woman’s question was way off, which it wasn’t.
commented 2019-01-14 14:12:39 -0500
3: He knows how to play fast and loose with the facts. Yes, Line 9 has been reversed, but the Maritimes still imports oil from Saudi Arabia. With the reduction of oil drilling, Quebec still gets Saudi oil and oil imported from the US. We sell oil to the US at a discount and then import the processed oil at a premium. But of course this will all balance itself out on its own via Baby Doc Trudeau economics 101.

His view of what Canadians want regarding immigration is diametrically opposite to what Baby Doc and friends want. 85% of Canadians believe it must be lowered. Who cares about our standing in the world regarding immigration. We have to chose levels that we can maintain successfully and in our interests; not what some group made up mostly of tyrants decides at the UN. So he lied about what Canadians want.

Then he ignored the “hanging” part.

6: Time to boycott Malaysian goods. Every bit will help. Shouldn’t the IOC and related organisations have said something and done something by now? Oh wait, its Israel being discriminated against… Nothing to see folks, just keep walking by.

8: Any Pole in China is now a marked person, suitable for arrest as a spy simply for walking down a street. Those Chinese can find a spy even before you answer the phone and say hello.

9:But what about toxic feminism and its emasculation of young boys?
commented 2019-01-14 10:41:24 -0500
Walls only became obsolete as a military defense with the advent of the cannon. They work just fine against a civilian mob.
commented 2019-01-14 10:33:37 -0500
Mark Chadwick—-Here is the 2.5 Billion Dollar Investment from CPP to Munbi India Poor peoples Housing Project.
It was invested 2 years giving Canadian People a profit of 1/25th of 1 . On that amount of money there should be an 8 to 10 profit.
Don’t forget that is our money not the Governments.

I had the numbers close by as 2 friends said Trudeau would never play with CPP as it is illegal to do so.
commented 2019-01-14 10:02:22 -0500
I think the real test will come if the king rat Trudy gets another 4yr term,then these protests Im sure will get a lot nastier and bigger.
commented 2019-01-14 09:01:01 -0500
As the Yellow Vest protests continue and grow in strength our hapless PM’s credibility and approval ratings will sink. He will wind up like his good pal Macron. Even some of his own supporters won’t bother to show up for him. He is dividing the country and selling us out to the UN, Canadians will not tolerate it because there is a Canadian national identity.
commented 2019-01-14 08:33:01 -0500
As soon as those protesting against oil & gas stop using oil & gas in its’ many form, i will pay attention to their message, but until then the anti-oil hypocrites can go (insert favorite explicative here).
commented 2019-01-14 04:55:05 -0500
And curious that Google’s mighty search engine fails to “recognize” any reference to the Irvings “Canaport” in spelling accuracy???
commented 2019-01-14 04:46:30 -0500
There’s obvious bullshit and fudging of the facts going on each and every day by some people who I suspect are being paid a “princely sum” to lie through their pearly white teeth… Mid-East oil tankers are plowing up The Bay Of Fundy, each and every day, to reach the Irving Canaport complex in St. John, and killing the occasional – “inconvenient” whale along the way???
commented 2019-01-14 02:07:57 -0500
Andrew Coyne—Editor National Post doesn’t know what he is talking about. He and Trudeau said that these UN Laws are not binding. This link is BC premier Hogan using a UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People. IT WAS USED 3 DAYS AGO to close down 10 private Salmon Farms (600 employees) all because the Indians didn’t like them. CANADA’S SOVEREIGNTY BS
commented 2019-01-14 01:50:46 -0500
The Portland-Montreal pipeline transports crude oil from Maine, U.S. to Quebec, Canada.—Google
The Saudi Tankers drop the Oil off at Portland Maine, then this Portland-Montreal (This is it’s name) Pipeline sends it to Quebec. Starting in 2016 the volumes flowing went down to only keep the Pipeline wet. I don’t know how much Oil that is.
commented 2019-01-14 01:43:44 -0500
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 36,603 Attacks, 236,766 Killed, 315,866 Injured that we know of
commented 2019-01-14 00:23:14 -0500
I also want to add that signing the UN compact for migration and turning our country into a sanctuary open-border, is treason because immigration at the current levels will be the end of this country, so Trudo, you are a total traitor and liar. And BTW, islam is sharia law.
commented 2019-01-13 21:00:56 -0500
Well not sure where Quebec gets it’s oil but the refinery in Eastern Canada Irving oil is buying Saudi oil .
commented 2019-01-13 20:43:21 -0500
#3-Well I’m sure glad the FEM Trudy cleared everything up at that townhall and that he was open and transparent now I can sleep at night.The bible always stated in the last days there would be false prophets and great deceivers. This idiot is lying six ways to Sunday,so the Internet pumps out false information I guess I might as well throw my phone away and tune into CBC because we all know they have such a high level of journalistic integrity-ya right!! Trudeau you are an Islamic filthy rat and you will be judged for crimes against Canadians.
commented 2019-01-13 20:30:00 -0500
Peter, he’s not a man…….
commented 2019-01-13 20:20:16 -0500
3 – As Trudeau was talking I heard lie after lie after lie, and he says it without a twinge of guilt. That man is filth, pure unadulterated shit.
commented 2019-01-13 19:41:35 -0500
Someone needs to get pictures of the tankers coming to the east coast and prove where they are coming from . Canada doesn’t need USA oil either . We should use our own . If we buy from the USA and is shipped by train it should be discounted price just like they do to our oil .
Wish some one would have asked why he thinks the CBC should get 1.6 billion Canadian tax dollars . And others 595 million .
Could have asked what kind of return are we getting from the 2 billion dollars he took out of the Canada pension plan for affordable housing somewhere in Africa . I think it might be Zimbabwe . Not sure of the country .