January 04, 2019

(Top 10) Democrat Rep. Rashida Tlaib on Trump: "We're going to impeach the motherf****r"

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

1. New Democratic Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib on Trump: "We're Going To Impeach The Motherf*cker"

Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), the first Palestinian-American Congresswoman, tells an enthusiastic crowd that she is going to impeach President Trump.

"People love you and you win. And when your son looks at you and says, 'Momma, look, you won. Bullies don't win.' And I said, 'Baby, they don't. Because we're going to go in there and we're going to impeach the motherfucker," Tlaib, a freshman Congresswoman, said to cheers.


2. “Yellow vest” leader Eric Drouet arrested

PARIS, France - One of the leaders of the "yellow vest" anti-government demonstrations, Eric Drouet, was detained by French police and placed in custody on Wednesday for organizing a central Paris protest without declaring it, according to a source at the prosecutors office.

Drouet -- who already faces a trial for carrying a weapon -- was held while heading for the Champs-Elysees, according to a police source.

A few dozen demonstrators had gathered outside a McDonalds near France's famous Arc de Triomphe war monument and had been waiting for Drouet to arrive early Wednesday evening.

"Yellow vest" demonstrations -- so-called after the high-visibility jackets they wear -- began in rural France in November over fuel taxes and ballooned into a wider revolt against President Emmanuel Macron's pro-business policies, which they view as skewed towards the rich.

The protesters have repeatedly clashed with police in Paris and other big French cities, plunging Macron's presidency into crisis.

3. Illegal immigrant faces deportation for a THIRD time after he was caught fleeing police at 130mph 

An illegal immigrant is facing deportation for a third time after he was caught fleeing police at 130mph after sneaking back into the UK.

Ahmed Ali led officers on a high-speed chase along the A38 in Derby after borrowing a friend's white Mercedes to go and get a takeaway on Sunday.

When caught by police, officers realised the 23-year-old was already disqualified from driving due to previous convictions, and has twice been deported from Britain.

He was last sent back to Holland, where he was born to Somalian parents, in November after being handed a 12-month driving disqualification by magistrates.


4. Moroccan authorities find woman’s decapitated body in Ifrane

Rabat – Local inhabitants of the Oued Ifrane rural community in the Ifrane region in Morocco’s Middle Atlas Mountains, found a decapitated woman’s body in a deserted area of the region, on Friday.

The woman, aged 24, was a Moroccan divorcee with one daughter, according to Moroccan media.

According to Moroccan television channel TéléMaroc, the woman’s head was found about six meters away from the body.

The gendarmerie and local authorities rushed to the crime scene to investigate the brutal murder. [...]

The murder comes just 11 days after terrorists murdered two young Scandinavian women near Imlil, 90 kilometers south of Marrakech.


5. Tommy Robinson: British Soldier ATTACKED by 15 thugs!

Tommy Robinson responds to THIS Daily Mail report on the incident.

6. Abu Hamza's son arrested by police investigating Park Lane bouncer murder

Police investigating the murder of a bouncer outside a New Year's Eve party have charged the son of Muslim cleric Abu Hamza with firearms offences.

Imran Mostafa Kamel, 26, has been charged with possession of a firearm with intent to cause fear or danger and possession of a firearm when prohibited for life.

Kamel is also being held as a suspect over the bouncer's murder.


7. CBC: "Revamped family reunification system giving immigrant families hope"

Anticipation is building for the reopening of a special reunification program, a chance for immigrant families to bring parents and grandparents to Canada. Ottawa has tried, and failed, to iron out the kinks before, but this time many hope that a new first-come first-served process online will work better.

8. WELCOME TO HELL: New Year’s riots and looting make Belgium’s notorious ‘jihadi capital’ Molenbeek a no go zone for cops and firefighters

Firefighter Eric Labourdette said Brussels firefighters were “sick and tired of being attacked while doing their duty.”

New Year’s riots and looting made Belgium’s notorious "jihadi capital" Molenbeek a no-go zone for cops and firefighters, a fire chief has said.

The Brussels neighbourhood has previously been dubbed a "breeding ground for violence" after three of the extremists who carried out the November 2015 attacks in Paris were revealed to be from the district.

As revellers saw in 2019, cops were also forced to close down the metro station Etangs Noirs after disturbances broke out on the streets outside the entrance.

In total 37 people were arrested by the police.

But according to union representative and firefighter Eric Labourdette, his colleagues were unable to extinguish some fires in Molenbeek as they could not get any cops to guide them in to the dangerous borough and to then protect them against attackers.


9. Naples mayor offers to welcome in stranded NGO migrant boat

ROME (Reuters) - Naples is ready to defy Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini and let in a charity-run ship carrying 32 migrants that is blocked in the stormy Mediterranean, the city mayor said on Thursday.

His offer adds to a growing challenge from opposition politicians to Salvini’s far-right League, which has vowed to bar migrants and make life difficult for those already here.

Both Italy and Malta are refusing to let the Sea-Watch 3, a ship operated by a German non-governmental organization (NGO), dock and set down the migrants who were rescued off Libya on Dec. 22.

Both countries say they have taken in too many migrants and accuse NGO rescue ships of acting as a taxi service for would-be refugees.

Naples’ center-left mayor Luigi de Magistris said Salvini was playing politics with peoples’ lives.

“To leave people and children in the middle of cold and stormy seas is a crime — not simply indecent, immoral and appalling,” de Magistris told Radio Crc.

“I hope that this boat approaches the port of Naples because, unlike what the government says, we will launch a rescue operation and we will let it enter the port,” he said. “I will be the first to lead the rescue.”


10. Upbeat Macron defends reform agenda after bruising year

Confounding some expectations of a more contrite message, Macron struck an unapologetic note as he urged voters to face up to economic realities underpinning recent reforms of French labour rules, and others yet to come.

"In recent years, we've engaged in a blatant denial of reality," he said in his address, delivered – unusually – from a standing position in his Elysée Palace office. "We can't work less, earn more, cut taxes and increase spending."

Positive results from his policies "cannot be immediate", the French leader added, pledging to make changes to France's national unemployment insurance and pension system.

Macron’s address capped a rollercoaster year that began promisingly for the 41-year-old president but ended with his ratings sinking to unprecedented lows amid cabinet resignations, street protests and scandals.

Excerpts of Macron’s speech


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commented 2019-01-07 13:55:44 -0500
Wasn’t the disgraced Kim Campbell seen dressed up for bondage, and carrying a whip?
commented 2019-01-06 23:50:44 -0500
Mark Chadwick commented 3 hours ago
Yes Mark, I couldn’t believe that low IQ Kim Campbell would have the nerve to come out of hiding and mock the President of the US.
In Canada she was given a Political Party, and took it from around 160 seats to 2 seats in a short time. She was the first Female PM, and because she failed so miserably, probably no other woman will get a chance.
commented 2019-01-06 22:28:46 -0500
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 36,568 Attacks, 236,575 Killed, 315,630 Injured that we know of

There was an error in the number of attacks in my last posting, but the number of casualties is correct.
commented 2019-01-06 20:50:21 -0500
commented 2019-01-06 20:37:50 -0500
Just love these trash mouth politicians . Now we have the has been Kim Campbell trash mouthing Mr. Trump . All these has been waiting in the wings waiting to feed at the trough again . Funny if Mr. Trump used the C word for the trash mouths he would be crucified . But the female trash mouths get a pass . Mr. Trump has more class on one hand then both of these twits . Keep trying to piss off the USA so we can elect Trudeau and go in the shitter faster . Time to drain the political swamp .
As for you voters in the USA Nancy P for speaker of the house . What were you thinking ?
commented 2019-01-06 19:14:48 -0500
RON JOSEPH commented 20 hours ago.
Robert McClelland commented 1 hour ago.
[….] I agree, but I find it eerie that people with practically nothing to do with Canada know more about what is going on in our Country than 70% of its own people……..

Good point Ron, Perhaps the people of Ireland don’t have the the likes of CTV and CBC transmitting Marxist propaganda every day.
commented 2019-01-06 16:04:40 -0500
Just take a look at Doug Ford, he is 100% behind pipelines and 100% against the carbon tax.
commented 2019-01-06 15:47:12 -0500
Well Ron, I base my observations on past behavior and Ontario is still the province with most to lose if Canada breaks up, regardless of the relative health of it’s current economy. While Ontario is temporarily a hurting unit, the upside of that is that the plurality of voters are aware that it is the Ontario Liberals that put Ontario into the position of a “have not” province. The Liberal brand has been badly damaged in Ontario and Trudeau cannot make the traditional Liberal claim that you need to vote Liberal to keep the country together.
commented 2019-01-06 15:20:49 -0500
Robert McClelland commented 15 mins ago
The period in Ontario’s history, that you are referring to was when that Province was filthy rich (because of Quebec Businesses moving there) and they could afford to subsidize La Belle Province. Then 10 years of Liberal policies under McGuinty-Wynne came, putting Ont. in the same Financial class as Greece and California. They are now receiving welfare, not giving it out.

Back to the subject, I agree that Que. has some sympathy with Alberta and the pipeline shortage and may hold it against the Liberals, if they even hear of the Caravans etc.. Trudeau’s MSM censors things that may hurt their Paymaster.
You think Ontario will act to protect Canadian Unity; that may be quite a stretch, but you are correct on ROC not wanting more Carbon Taxes or Open Borders, even though all the Sunday MSM Political shows seem to think Canadians love Mass Migration, and they said, if the CPC even talk about it, their chances of taking over Govt will get smaller.

Although I am a " little" more aligned with your view that Trudeau may lose, I still don’t see any advantage for Ont. fighting for unity; at best I wouldn’t think they cared either way.
commented 2019-01-06 14:58:55 -0500
People all over the Western world are waking up to the true intentions of the treasonous globalist elite filth politicians and the evil globalist cabal they represent
commented 2019-01-06 14:11:38 -0500
Ron, here is why I think it may be different this time. (always a problematic thing to claim)
Ontario is the province that benefits the most from a unified Canada. In the past, Ontario has been willing to “pay off” Quebec in order to keep the country together. The prairie provinces now have a legitimate beef with the feds that is fueling Western alienation. Quebec separatism is on hold at present, and it appears there is even some sympathy for Alberta in Quebec. (Who woulda thunk it?) I think Ontario will act to protect Canadian unity, if only due to it’s own self interest. In addition, the issues of mass migration and carbon taxes are resonating in most of the provinces, still, without Ontario the Liberals are toast.
commented 2019-01-06 12:13:24 -0500
Robert McClelland," I don’t see how the Boy Blunder can survive this despite a split conservative vote."
The majority of votes are in Que. and Ont., and these voters aren’t concerned with what happens on the Prairies.
commented 2019-01-06 02:44:37 -0500
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 36,572 Attacks, 236,561 Killed, 315,625 Injured that we know of
commented 2019-01-05 23:55:49 -0500
commented 2019-01-05 23:40:42 -0500
Robert McClelland….awww isn’t that a sweet loving article of an elitist like the goofball Trudeau….makes me choked up all inside.
commented 2019-01-05 23:29:29 -0500
Ron Joseph.. Don’t feel sorry for President Trump.. He knew what he was signing up for…Support him anyway you can….he is the messenger of the people(the US people for now). But look at how much of his support of the American People has spread around the world.
commented 2019-01-05 23:11:49 -0500
Robert McClelland commented 1 hour ago

I went through the Irish Link that you provided, and it included a 20 min. video from “Irish News Radio” . The Woman (possibly the movement leader) said, " Ireland and Canada both have FAKE Leaders, they have been put into place."
I agree, but I find it eerie that people with practically nothing to do with Canada know more about what is going on in our Country than 70% of its own people.
commented 2019-01-05 23:06:38 -0500
commented 2019-01-05 22:12:49 -0500
Robert Greeley…Sometimes I feel sorry for Trump. He said that he would clean the Washington swamp, however he didn’t know that he had so many traitors on his side.
Mitch McConal, Paul Ryan, McCain, Frisk, Bob Corker and Lindsey Graham half the time plus the newest, Mitt Romney. Between the MSM, the traitors and the Democrats, its a lot to clean. I think he needs a powerful right hand man beside him at all times like Ted Cruz, to watch his back.

Things don’t look good for anti-Globalists right now, but that’s going to change in less than 5 months. I follow the European Elections closely and the Globalists will go from 75% in charge to 25%. Can’t wait for June 7. A bonus will be that Notley will be booted out at around the same date.
commented 2019-01-05 21:51:43 -0500
Totally agree Ron!!