All Things Trudeau, Chapter 2

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The Green Barbarian wrote: Dec 7th, 2021, 2:15 pm A complete and utter disgrace to our men and women in uniform. And we all know nothing is going change in that regard.
The supports available for Canadian veterans left by the pre-Trudeau government were completely disgraceful. Thankfully, supports for Canadian veterans like the Veteran Affairs office in Kelowna were re-opened by Liberals like Justin Trudeau and Stephen Fuhr instead of being closed by the 3-time loser Conservatives who would rather pinch pennies that support Canadian veterans.
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nucksRnum1 wrote: Dec 6th, 2021, 9:12 pm
bb49 wrote: Dec 6th, 2021, 8:28 pmWhat a sad excuse for a Canadian.

You should be ashamed of yourself.
He is in Alberta. Alberta talks about separation all the time. THAT is unCanadian. A province that challenges transfer payments and Quebec constantly. Sowing division. This guy had an axe to grind - and he took his shot. At least Trudeau had the balls to face people across Canada. The last guy piddled his pants if he had to answer more than 5 pre-chosen questions.
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Pappywinkle wrote: Dec 7th, 2021, 3:30 pm
The Green Barbarian wrote: Dec 7th, 2021, 2:15 pm A complete and utter disgrace to our men and women in uniform. And we all know nothing is going change in that regard.
The supports available for Canadian veterans left by the pre-Trudeau government were completely disgraceful. Thankfully, supports for Canadian veterans like the Veteran Affairs office in Kelowna were re-opened by Liberals like Justin Trudeau and Stephen Fuhr instead of being closed by the 3-time loser Conservatives who would rather pinch pennies that support Canadian veterans.
How quickly the Liberal lapdogs forget.

December 5, 2021 headlline:
https://www.castanetkamloops.net/news/C ... mendations
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bb49 wrote: Dec 7th, 2021, 4:30 pm
How quickly the Liberal lapdogs forget.

December 5, 2021 headlline:
https://www.castanetkamloops.net/news/C ... mendations
They don't "forget", they just revise history to suit their diseased and backward narratives. How any Liberal can come on here and babble about the lame Liberal PM we had for 4 years (no one even remembers his name! That's how lame he was) while the entire Afghanistan debacle is still staring all Canadians in the face is just plain shameful. Dumb. And so very shameful.
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And how quickly Trudeau bashers forget.

Additional commitments from the Liberals announced just last month - another example of how they're treating Canadian veterans better than the pre-Trudeau government.

https://globalnews.ca/news/8366586/vete ... ring-help/
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Can some our Liberal scholars please explain how this benefits Canadians (other than solidifying the criminal vote) ?

Liberals to trigger drop in jail time for serious gun crimes

When introducing C-22, Lametti said that this was about making sure that people did not pay for small mistakes for the rest of their lives.
C-22 sought the removal of mandatory minimums for knowingly possessing an illegal firearm.
Right now, there is no mandatory minimum on someone’s first offence for that charge, a minimum of one year on a second offence and a minimum of three years on a third offence.
By the time someone has been arrested, tried and convicted three times for possessing an illegal firearm, we are well past the realm of youthful mistakes.

https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnis ... gun-crimes

Here is Bill C-5, if this improves public safety, it's not in Canada. Criminals need to be persecuted, not victims

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-jus ... HAXYklCoCU

Edited to add Bill C-5
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Pappywinkle wrote: Dec 7th, 2021, 4:48 pm And how quickly Trudeau bashers forget.

Additional commitments from the Liberals announced just last month - another example of how they're treating Canadian veterans better than the pre-Trudeau government.

https://globalnews.ca/news/8366586/vete ... ring-help/
Omg pappy, did you not read the article?

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mikest2 wrote: Dec 7th, 2021, 7:01 pm Can some our Liberal scholars please explain how this benefits Canadians (other than solidifying the criminal vote) ?

Liberals to trigger drop in jail time for serious gun crimes

When introducing C-22, Lametti said that this was about making sure that people did not pay for small mistakes for the rest of their lives.
C-22 sought the removal of mandatory minimums for knowingly possessing an illegal firearm.
Right now, there is no mandatory minimum on someone’s first offence for that charge, a minimum of one year on a second offence and a minimum of three years on a third offence.
By the time someone has been arrested, tried and convicted three times for possessing an illegal firearm, we are well past the realm of youthful mistakes.

https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnis ... gun-crimes

Here is Bill C-5, if this improves public safety, it's not in Canada. Criminals need to be persecuted, not victims

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-jus ... HAXYklCoCU

Edited to add Bill C-5
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Well said!
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Trudeau is the fakest feminist, anti-racist, etc. of all time...

https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnis ... -his-deeds
Pretend you are running a government that styles itself as feminist.

Would you then permit someone to run for you, as a candidate, who said he was looking for a girlfriend to do his “cleaning, folding, cooking?”

Your government proclaims it is anti-racist, too. Would you take that same candidate after he’d mocked the way Chinese-Canadians speak?

Your federal political party says it’s against homophobia and sexual assault, too. Would you accept that guy into your caucus, after he joked that men’s tennis “sounds exactly like gay porn?”

How about after learning that he would like to “accidentally sexually assault” someone? How about then?

You’d still take him? Okay, let’s say you are considering which MP to give a big raise and make the Parliamentary Secretary for Crown-Indigenous Relations. Would you hire that same guy, after he wrote that “every skinny aboriginal girl is on crystal meth?”

You wouldn’t, would you? No. No decent, sane person would. When a man makes that many racist, homophobic, misogynistic, anti-Indigenous remarks, you wouldn’t hire him for any task, would you?

But you’re not Justin Trudeau.
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Glacier wrote: Dec 8th, 2021, 9:18 am Trudeau is the fakest feminist, anti-racist, etc. of all time...

https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnis ... -his-deeds
Pretend you are running a government that styles itself as feminist.

Would you then permit someone to run for you, as a candidate, who said he was looking for a girlfriend to do his “cleaning, folding, cooking?”

Your government proclaims it is anti-racist, too. Would you take that same candidate after he’d mocked the way Chinese-Canadians speak?

Your federal political party says it’s against homophobia and sexual assault, too. Would you accept that guy into your caucus, after he joked that men’s tennis “sounds exactly like gay porn?”

How about after learning that he would like to “accidentally sexually assault” someone? How about then?

You’d still take him? Okay, let’s say you are considering which MP to give a big raise and make the Parliamentary Secretary for Crown-Indigenous Relations. Would you hire that same guy, after he wrote that “every skinny aboriginal girl is on crystal meth?”

You wouldn’t, would you? No. No decent, sane person would. When a man makes that many racist, homophobic, misogynistic, anti-Indigenous remarks, you wouldn’t hire him for any task, would you?

But you’re not Justin Trudeau.
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Loser Liberals. Truer words have never been spoken.

No excuse for Canada’s HIV epidemic other than 'loser' Liberals' lack of will


It’s not every day the national spokesperson for a charitable organization calls the federal government a “loser” at a fundraising luncheon. In fact, having covered well over 100 such philanthropic functions, I had never heard it before.

That is, until this year’s Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR) Yorkville Block Party, an event supporting its national youth awareness programs. It was here I was angrily told about the Trudeau government’s “pathetic” effort when it comes to eradicating HIV in Canada.

Many Canadians assume AIDS and HIV are largely yesterday’s news in the Western world; that the conditions are treatable, in decline, and headed toward eradication. While most peer countries are indeed going in this direction, Canada is not. We are the only G7 nation with increasing HIV rates, while all others are seeing significant decreases.

The disparity between Canada’s HIV outlook and those of comparable nations has grown rapidly since Justin Trudeau’s Liberals took office in 2015, despite his very public promises to end the HIV crisis. Our number of new HIV cases increased by 25.3 per cent between 2014 and 2020. The U.S. saw a decline of around nine per cent in the same period. Meanwhile, after double-digit decreases, the U.K. is on track to diminish new HIV infections to near-zero by 2030. Canada is also the only developed nation to report growing HIV rates among women.

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Rather than move forward with the rest of the globe to eradicate HIV, Canada continues to fall behind. As with most crises in this country, it didn’t have to be this way. The virus’s resurgence is directly attributable to the Liberal government’s abandonment of the file as it continues to ignore the advice of HIV/AIDS organizations, public health officials, and the basic lessons we’ve learned from COVID. The rapid growth of HIV in Indigenous communities is particularly unconscionable as we scramble to atone for past sins, but actively commit new ones that may have devastating consequences for us all.

There’s no excuse for Canada’s growing HIV epidemic other than a lack of will to stop it. It’s inexcusable, a national embarrassment, and, indeed, “pathetic.”


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Glacier wrote: Dec 8th, 2021, 9:18 am Trudeau is the fakest feminist, anti-racist, etc. of all time...

https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnis ... -his-deeds
Pretend you are running a government that styles itself as feminist.

Would you then permit someone to run for you, as a candidate, who said he was looking for a girlfriend to do his “cleaning, folding, cooking?”

Your government proclaims it is anti-racist, too. Would you take that same candidate after he’d mocked the way Chinese-Canadians speak?

Your federal political party says it’s against homophobia and sexual assault, too. Would you accept that guy into your caucus, after he joked that men’s tennis “sounds exactly like gay porn?”

How about after learning that he would like to “accidentally sexually assault” someone? How about then?

You’d still take him? Okay, let’s say you are considering which MP to give a big raise and make the Parliamentary Secretary for Crown-Indigenous Relations. Would you hire that same guy, after he wrote that “every skinny aboriginal girl is on crystal meth?”

You wouldn’t, would you? No. No decent, sane person would. When a man makes that many racist, homophobic, misogynistic, anti-Indigenous remarks, you wouldn’t hire him for any task, would you?

But you’re not Justin Trudeau.
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Conservatives reject Liberals' compromise deal on Winnipeg lab documents over firing of scientists

OTTAWA — The Conservatives are rejecting a proposed deal over access to documents related to the firing of two scientists from Canada’s National Microbiology lab, arguing the Liberals’ efforts are too little too late.

Liberal House Leader Mark Holland offered the compromise last week. It called for striking an all-party committee to review the confidential documents, with a panel of judges enlisted to settle any disputes over whether the documents should be made public or kept secret.

The documents surround the mysterious firing of two scientists from the national lab two years ago. Xiangguo Qiu and her husband, Keding Cheng, were escorted out of the Winnipeg lab in July 2019. The government has consistently refused to reveal why they were dismissed.

Conservative House Leader Gérard Deltell said the new deal is insufficient and the Liberals should respect four separate votes from the last Parliament that called for the documents to be released.

“Regrettably, your government’s efforts to find a suitable arrangement are many months too late,” he said in a letter to Holland. “The will of Parliament is clear, September’s election has not changed its composition to the point where you might hope for a different outcome in a fifth vote.”
https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/c ... d=msedgntp
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It's #Justinflation.

When you're a rich trust fund frat boy, you just don't understand why more kids will go hungry because of your policies that enrich your wealthy friends.

'Get used to it': Food prices expected to hit record highs in 2022


The average Canadian family is predicted to pay an extra seven per cent on their annual grocery bill in 2022 as food prices are expected to hit new records, new research has found.

According to the 12th edition of Canada’s Food Price Report, the annual grocery bill of the average Canadian family of four will increase by $966 in the new year, climbing to a total of $14,767. That is a seven per cent increase compared to last year, which is the biggest jump ever predicted by the annual report.

https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/get-used-to ... -1.1693330
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“ You can set your watch by Justin Trudeau. Just take the announced time of a prime ministerial event, media availability or photo-op and add at least 45 minutes.

Insiders shrug and call it Justin Time. After all, cramming Trudeau’s brain with all those media lines, scripted quips and perfected non-answers usually runs into overtime.

But tardiness in action, or inaction, has achieved an Omicron-level contagion inside this government, which framed the fall election as a cry for action only to hit the ground running at a sloth-in-slow-motion speed.

Be it the calling together his new caucus, appointing a cabinet, setting up cabinet committees to vet legislation and parliamentary committees to examine the proposed bill or waiting until the final week of the fall Commons sitting to reveal the state of government finances, Trudeau has elevated foot-dragging to a dark political art.

And get this: He still hasn’t given his slowly-appointed cabinet ministers their marching orders, or mandate letters, which tell them which priorities are theirs to tackle.
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“ But there’s a weird juxtaposition to having the finance minister about to unveil her fiscal update with a roadmap for spending to come, which requires cabinet ministers to submit funding requests in advance, when the ministers don’t know the details of their yet-to-be-funded assignments.

I quibble perhaps, because all this is all so much inside baseball. But there’s mounting evidence that when it comes to serious action on major files this prime minister has become another Mr. Dithers, the derisive label affixed to Paul Martin’s doing-everything-and-nothing government of indecision by The Economist magazine in 2005.”

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“ Either way, it’s a strange behaviour for a third-term prime minister, whose staff should’ve figured out how to fire up the engines of government and hit the accelerator by now without months of pointless pondering and delay.

It was, after all, Trudeau who framed this mandate as vital to resolving key files such as Indigenous reconciliation, climate change, pandemic readiness and restoring Canada’s place on the world stage.

But the prime minister’s excessively controlling staff, who are apparently loath to delegate action beyond their tiny circle of love, have logjammed the entire government inside a decision-making funnel, which is clearly many sizes too small.

It’s been five months since Justin Trudeau declared the fall election to be a critical referendum on new political directions for Canada at “a pivotal moment in our history.”

But since that unconvincing win, the only discernable pivot has been to dither on Justin Time.”
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