Trudeau: His Unpopularity, His Failures

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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
man this story gets better all the rime,
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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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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
I took a look at this, and how absolutely pathetic is this federal government. The words needed to describe this would be censored out immediately. The liberalists woke party introduced to this country by trudeau and his people all need to be ejected from these lands.
There should not be a single person supporting our current federal government. And definitely no one trying desperately to deflect from acknowledging how pathetic we have got. Yah, we get it, trudeau coddles your victimhood claiming, but this is about our countries very existence, so you'll have to wait while we deal with the mass destruction of our country.

There are 21 key gangsters based in Canada who are wanted by Indian agencies.
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. Overall, there are 21 key gangsters based in Canada who are wanted by Indian agencies and their list and detailed evidence against them has been shared with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) on more than one occasion in the past year..
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Trudeau really stepped in it this time, he should have done some basic research before condemning India to try to secure the Sikh vote.. there’s considerably more Hindu’s in Canada than Sikhs.
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An opinion piece I just read, some info in it I did not know
I will use the phrase weasel words often
https://www.aljazeera.com/opinions/2023 ... s-to-blame
SNIP
Anyone who dismisses or denies that Trudeau’s halting, curiously timed, and uncorroborated broadside wasn’t motivated in some measure by parochial, political calculations is blind.
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Nailed it!

Canada is the world’s doormat.

A big, insecure nation that pleads to be taken seriously as an indispensable global “player” is, instead, largely considered an inconsequential afterthought – a perpetual minor-leaguer in the major leagues of international affairs and diplomacy.
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the truth wrote: Sep 19th, 2023, 6:28 pm
Queen K wrote: Sep 19th, 2023, 5:07 pm Even Aljeerza!

https://www.aljazeera.com/opinions/2023 ... ou-is-over
man he looks like a most wanted creep on a poster
Most unwanted.
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Gone_Fishin wrote: Sep 21st, 2023, 6:52 am
the truth wrote: Sep 19th, 2023, 6:28 pm

man he looks like a most wanted creep on a poster
Most unwanted.
indeed :smt045 :up:
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https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/c ... 66e1&ei=13
Just two days after the shooting, the NDP leader wrote to then-public safety minister Marco Mendicino, requesting that he and his department do “everything within your power to get to the bottom of this murder,” and tied the killing to allegations that India is “one of the top sources of foreign interference targeting Canadians.”
Is anyone else concerned that the "credible intelligence" is from tainted sources such as the NDP leader himself?
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I am wondering where they got the Intel. Plus Mr Singh doesn't put heat on when other Canadians are murdered
Course Nijjar was special
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normaM wrote: Sep 21st, 2023, 11:11 am I am wondering where they got the Intel. Plus Mr Singh doesn't put heat on when other Canadians are murdered
Course Nijjar was special
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Sabrina Maddeaux: Trudeau's 'don't outshine me' style true threat to Liberals

When it comes to getting elected, recognition is key. It’s part of the advantage enjoyed by incumbents, was largely responsible for Olivia Chow’s recent Toronto mayoral win and was likely part of what held back former federal Conservative leader Erin O’Toole, who was unable to campaign traditionally throughout the pandemic, from victory in 2021.

It’s also an asset undeniably enjoyed by Trudeau, whose last name guaranteed near-ubiquitous recognition before he even began his quest to lead the Liberals back in 2012. Since then, he’s become both famous and infamous in his own right.

While one of Trudeau’s innate strengths as a politician is the ability to channel that star power, his insecure governance style relies heavily on extinguishing others’ bright lights before they have a chance to shine on their own. It’s not enough for Trudeau to be the marquee name on the programme; everyone else must be relegated to fine print on the last page.

Now that there’s swirling doubt about Trudeau’s future as Liberal leader, his recognition-hoarding could have both near- and longer-term consequences for his party, who’ve complacently allowed him to become a black hole at the centre of their organization.

One of the biggest problems the Liberals face is their party’s lack of a natural successor, or even a rising star that looks capable of winning an underdog fight. Big name after big name has either left or been kicked out of Trudeau’s cabinet, and the ones who remain are not necessarily the best or brightest, but the ones most adept at playing by their leader’s don’t-outshine-me rule.

A new Pollara poll shows a surprising lack of name recognition when it comes to federal cabinet ministers. Eight years into this government, 60 per cent of Canadians can’t name a single federal cabinet minister. According to Pollara, 15 per cent of Canadians can name one cabinet minister, 11 per cent could name two, and just 14 per cent could name three or more.

Chrystia Freeland was the most commonly named minister at 30 per cent, with Mélanie Joly coming in a distant second at 15 per cent.
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Trudeau, Singh denounce “hateful” Million Person March

A nationwide series of parental rights protests Wednesday prompted left-wing politicians to condemn the Million Person March as “hateful.”

The Million Person March was a demonstration organised largely by parents concerned with the expansion of gender ideology. Protesters advocated for a stronger foothold for parental rights both in what children learn and also what they do at school as it pertains to changing gender identity and pronouns.

However, prominent politicians supportive of the LGBTQ+ community attacked the nationwide protests as being “anti-trans” and “hateful.”

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took to X (formerly Twitter) to condemn the protests, labelling them as a transphobic, homophobic, and biphobic manifestation of hate.

“Let me make one thing very clear: Transphobia, homophobia, and biphobia have no place in this country,” wrote Trudeau.

“We strongly condemn this hate and its manifestations, and we stand united in support of 2SLGBTQI+ Canadians across the country – you are valid and you are valued.”

In a press conference at City Hall, Toronto mayor Olivia Chow said that there is “no room for hate in Canada” and emphasised her commitment to advocating on behalf of the LGBTQ+ community.

“Toronto is a welcoming place for everyone, including our LGBTQ neighbours and young people,” said Chow, touting her raising of a transgender flag at City Hall. “I spent my career standing shoulder to shoulder with the LGBTQ community and I want to continue to stand with them today in the face of hate.”

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh attended the counter-protest to Ottawa’s Million Person March, marching with a large pride progress flag and chanting pro-LGBTQ+ slogans.

In an X post, Singh warned of an alarming rise in hate against the LGBTQ+ community, representing a threat to safety and freedom.

The rise of hate towards the 2SLGBTQI+ community is deeply alarming.

All people deserve safety and freedom to be who they are.

Today and every day, New Democrats stand with the trans community in solidarity. pic.twitter.com/ArcskPb0oU

In Wednesday’s Question Period, NDP MP Randall Garrison accused the Million Person March of being “anti-trans” and making it impossible for transgender children to feel safe.

“As Canadians we should be making sure that all of our kids feel safe, loved, and supported. But right now, anti-trans demonstrations across Canada are making this impossible, especially for trans kids,” said Garrison.
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but some deserve it more than others :)
I can have a different opinion to someone else, don't think they are " hating me" I dislike when people toss hateful around like confetti
Save it for when you really, truly, totally HATE something or someone
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Pappywinkle wrote: Sep 21st, 2023, 1:33 pm
Trudeau, Singh denounce “hateful” Million Person March

A nationwide series of parental rights protests Wednesday prompted left-wing politicians to condemn the Million Person March as “hateful.”

The Million Person March was a demonstration organised largely by parents concerned with the expansion of gender ideology. Protesters advocated for a stronger foothold for parental rights both in what children learn and also what they do at school as it pertains to changing gender identity and pronouns.

However, prominent politicians supportive of the LGBTQ+ community attacked the nationwide protests as being “anti-trans” and “hateful.”

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took to X (formerly Twitter) to condemn the protests, labelling them as a transphobic, homophobic, and biphobic manifestation of hate.

“Let me make one thing very clear: Transphobia, homophobia, and biphobia have no place in this country,” wrote Trudeau.

“We strongly condemn this hate and its manifestations, and we stand united in support of 2SLGBTQI+ Canadians across the country – you are valid and you are valued.”

In a press conference at City Hall, Toronto mayor Olivia Chow said that there is “no room for hate in Canada” and emphasised her commitment to advocating on behalf of the LGBTQ+ community.

“Toronto is a welcoming place for everyone, including our LGBTQ neighbours and young people,” said Chow, touting her raising of a transgender flag at City Hall. “I spent my career standing shoulder to shoulder with the LGBTQ community and I want to continue to stand with them today in the face of hate.”

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh attended the counter-protest to Ottawa’s Million Person March, marching with a large pride progress flag and chanting pro-LGBTQ+ slogans.

In an X post, Singh warned of an alarming rise in hate against the LGBTQ+ community, representing a threat to safety and freedom.

The rise of hate towards the 2SLGBTQI+ community is deeply alarming.

All people deserve safety and freedom to be who they are.

Today and every day, New Democrats stand with the trans community in solidarity. pic.twitter.com/ArcskPb0oU

In Wednesday’s Question Period, NDP MP Randall Garrison accused the Million Person March of being “anti-trans” and making it impossible for transgender children to feel safe.

“As Canadians we should be making sure that all of our kids feel safe, loved, and supported. But right now, anti-trans demonstrations across Canada are making this impossible, especially for trans kids,” said Garrison.
https://tnc.news/2023/09/21/trudeau-sin ... on-march1/
Wonder how the 2SLGBTQI+ supporters -Liberals- NDPer's+ there supporters would feel the same if those Same teachers secretly started Baptizing kids at school and hide it from there parents ?
Wonder what there reaction would be ?

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