Trudeau: His Unpopularity, His Failures

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George Orwell 1984 wrote: Sep 19th, 2023, 8:21 pm How long before India can’t “ make a business case “ for the 8 billion $ of exports that we send ?
Tomorrow or Thursday

Our farmers will be screaming bloody murder and will likely try stuffing Putz with dry lentils.
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moarcowbell wrote: Sep 19th, 2023, 8:21 am
fluffy wrote: Sep 19th, 2023, 7:43 am

Isn't the thought of India carrying out clandestine operations on Canadian soil the more important question here ?
How come when the word India is switched with the word China there's no reaction from Trudeau?
Well they are 2 different countries with different interests, culture, economic interests, government structure, treaties.... You can't just pop in another country for another.
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JLives wrote: Sep 19th, 2023, 9:22 pm
moarcowbell wrote: Sep 19th, 2023, 8:21 am

How come when the word India is switched with the word China there's no reaction from Trudeau?
Well they are 2 different countries with different interests, culture, economic interests, government structure, treaties.... You can't just pop in another country for another.
Especially when China helped the Liberals get elected and India hates the Liberals.
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JLives wrote: Sep 19th, 2023, 9:22 pm
moarcowbell wrote: Sep 19th, 2023, 8:21 am

How come when the word India is switched with the word China there's no reaction from Trudeau?
Well they are 2 different countries with different interests, culture, economic interests, government structure, treaties.... You can't just pop in another country for another.
You appear to be the only one that missed the point.
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Everyone knows jt is totally in love with China and how government has total control over its people.
Oh yeah his buddy completely white washed their involvement in our election.
I don't give a damn whether people/posters like me or dislike me, I'm not on earth to win any popularity contests.
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moarcowbell wrote: Sep 19th, 2023, 9:38 pm
JLives wrote: Sep 19th, 2023, 9:22 pm

Well they are 2 different countries with different interests, culture, economic interests, government structure, treaties.... You can't just pop in another country for another.
You appear to be the only one that missed the point.
What statement could he say that you would find satisfactory?
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And now it is snowballing. Calls for protection, Nijjars son claims his Father met with CSIS regularly, even asking if he should wear a bullet proof vest
NIA remains steadfast in saying Nijjar was a terrorist
Nijjar was killed in June, only 3 months to id who /what country killed him
For comparison the murders of women in the infamous Highway of Tears started 1970.
Govt not having much luck solving any of those murders.
SNIP
There are a disproportionately high number of Indigenous women on the list of victims
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normaM wrote: Sep 20th, 2023, 4:49 am
For comparison the murders of women in the infamous Highway of Tears started 1970.
Govt not having much luck solving any of those murders.
SNIP
There are a disproportionately high number of Indigenous women on the list of victims
Do some research. The RCMP knows who is murdering those women and has communicated to the groups. They just don't want to hear what the findings are.

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so are we to expect these items to be cheaper now that JT has impacted the trade
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Canada-India bilateral trade in goods reached nearly $12bn Canadian dollars ($9bn US dollars) in 2022, a substantial 57 percent increase over the previous year, according to the Canadian government.

Major imports from Canada include fertilisers and energy products such as coal, coke and briquettes while India exports consumer goods, garments, engineering products such as auto parts, aircraft equipment and electronic items.
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We can bet that India and Modi will show a definite lack of interest in ANY deals with jt never mind carry on with trade deals already established . Funny how that works , thanks to jt.
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https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/world/jo ... 4043&ei=12

Oh my goodness, it's almost as if Justin paid the rapporteur and donor friends to get a verdict like "no inquiry needed"......

Al least we saw through that and will get to the bottom of what happened with an inquiry, that is assuming he doesn't create a monstrously detrimental global incident to cover up the.......oh....right
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Veovis wrote: Sep 20th, 2023, 1:25 pm https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/world/jo ... 4043&ei=12

Oh my goodness, it's almost as if Justin paid the rapporteur and donor friends to get a verdict like "no inquiry needed"......

Al least we saw through that and will get to the bottom of what happened with an inquiry, that is assuming he doesn't create a monstrously detrimental global incident to cover up the.......oh....right
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Trudeau has a close connection to the NDP, Jagmeet Singh, a Sikh and a supporter of the Khalistani movement.

I'm wondering what hold this terrorist movement has on Trudeau.
Here's a recent news video out of India, there's plenty more to choose from, and at the five minute mark it shows Hardeep Singh Nijja firing an AK47 in Canada. How did he get away with that.



The Liberals have long relied on Indian support, particularly in BC and Ontario. You can bet that support is diminishing fast.
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Now what's the latest from India?

They release a list of terrorists believed to be in Canada, many of them Khalistani supporters, and also on Interpol's list. How does that make us look?

https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-ne ... 67012.html
Canada yet to act on Interpol notices against Khalistani gangsters
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Babba_not_Gump wrote: Sep 20th, 2023, 5:40 pm Now what's the latest from India?

They release a list of terrorists believed to be in Canada, many of them Khalistani supporters, and also on Interpol's list. How does that make us look?

https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-ne ... 67012.html
Canada yet to act on Interpol notices against Khalistani gangsters
Wow - just look the other way jt and Jimmy

“However, a senior officer said, “Canada, which is a member of Interpol and talks about the rule of law, has disregarded Interpol red notices. As a rule, once a red notice is issued, a member country is bound to take the suspect(s) into custody”.

Obviously the rule of law that jt goes on and on about doesn’t apply when it suits the agenda. As it stands now they are harbouring terrorists.

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