June 13, 2016

WATCH: PM Trudeau’s statement following the murder of Canadian hostage Robert Hall

Rebel Staff

Today Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made an official statement to the press, following reports that Canadian citizen Robert Hall, held hostage in the Philippines by Muslim terrorists since September 21, 2015, has been murdered by his captors.

 

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commented 2016-06-13 17:16:28 -0400
This is Harper’s fault, not Justin’s. Harper did nothing when these poor victims got kidnapped.

Thankfully, these incidents will never happen again, with the Liberals back in office.
commented 2016-06-13 16:43:45 -0400
Oh that is really going to solve and rectify the problem – that’s justice for you!
commented 2016-06-13 16:41:46 -0400
My posts under Terry Black on your Rebel.nedia website are not loading!
commented 2016-06-13 16:20:58 -0400
I still remember that Egyptian journalist who landed in jail in Egypt, the outright stink that was made to have him released, and to make PM Harper look bad. Something doesn’t smell right, and I think it’s the cowardly liberals, or should I say two-faced liberals, with their dummy speaking.
commented 2016-06-13 16:18:27 -0400
The crime is that no effort was made to save him or his friend, using diplomatic influence. I think everybody had better beware, that Trudeau will not fight for you if something happens to you in a foreign country. That is, if you are a white man or a white woman. I’ll just bet if it was a Muslim he would give away the farm.
commented 2016-06-13 16:05:37 -0400
I will probably get crucified on here for this comment, but here goes anyway. Just as when Mr. Ridsdel was executed in April, Trudeau’s speechwriters have done a pretty good job of giving him the right things to say, and I stand with the government on this one in their position that we cannot give in to the ransom demands without opening Canadians and other Westerners abroad to further threat. And I did particularly notice that, in the prepared statement, Trudeau avoided using the emphasis of “domestic terrorism” about the Orlando tragedy that he was using earlier, and actually noted the link between those events and the Abu Sayyaf kidnappings, even though he did not come right out and call it radical or Islamic terrorism.

I do remember, in April, that I was somewhat impressed with the job that the speechwriters had done after the Ridsdel murder, and even more impressed when Trudeau actually displayed the balls to stand up in front of other world leaders and reiterate his government’s position. I recall thinking to myself at the time, “Well, there’s the second thing Trudeau has done since taking office that I fully support.”

I am getting older, though, and cannot for the life of me remember what the first one was.
commented 2016-06-13 15:51:07 -0400
Canada is DOOMED with this Mooslium
commented 2016-06-13 15:41:20 -0400
What an embarrassment to the Canadian people. Everyday he falls to a new low. I think he’s below ground already in his idiotic decisions.
commented 2016-06-13 15:25:39 -0400
Just a lame duck speech by Treasonous Tyrant TruDope!!

I still need to understand what the hell RCMP are doing over there and yet why Special Forces aren’t being sent in?!?
commented 2016-06-13 15:22:04 -0400
The vacant look reflect a vacuum in his brain. Does he still have his Muslim advisors filling up the void in his brain?
commented 2016-06-13 15:18:59 -0400
As usual no mention of Muslim and or Islam?? Not surprised here at all.
commented 2016-06-13 15:18:20 -0400
Thanks for those encouraging words, Mr. Trudeau. Just one question: What were the terrorists motives? Are they doing these things in the name of Jesus? Climate change? Heroin and Cocaine? Greed? I know there is no reason to do these things, but please comfort my rather weak mind by telling me why, in their minds, do they do these things. Thanks again.
commented 2016-06-13 15:15:25 -0400
I don’t know what to think of this!!
All he can do is lower flags? But note, he states the pride flag is lowered first, then the Canadian flag.
1) “…for our friends and family in Orlando” for Americans
2) “…another sad event” for one of our own.
Friends and family versus sad event.
I think that should have been reversed.