Oh, Canada!

#1

Not a good trend here…

Doxxing, suing and rampant hypocrisy. Those who can’t prevail in an argument try to silence their critics by force. All under cover of preventing “foreign interference… among other things.”

Whenever someone says “among other things” you can bet that the other things are what it’s really all about, and what they dare to specify is just an excuse.

At least Venezuela is warm.

Bonus: he calls Canadians parasites, and gives reasons for doing do. Of course he means that in a collective sense, not a comprehensive one.

Terrance and Philip unavailable for comment.

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#2

As many issues as I have with the great white north, gotta say that article is sh*t…

#3

Aha! “The Conservative Treehouse” is correct on many issues and has helped to reveal information critical to understanding the background of the Trayvon Martin case and for clarifying Trump’s positive policies and him some endorsement (who knows how much influence that site has). They can be “conspiracy orientated” but often do uncover useful and “under the rug” information.

Trudeau is a socialist hack. I have no Canadian friends who voted for him. I’d rather have the late Jacques Parizeau à la “l’argent et des votes ethniques” as PM. Vive le québec libre, by the way. So surprised I’m not so popular on Formosa or in real life.

//Waiting attacks

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#14

That may be true but it’s written and edited as well as my late night posts here on a shitty phone with intoxicated autospell enabled. If things look like kids write them, they won’t be taken serious by anyone that is serious.

Yes, I see the the irony in my post…Point is still valid though.

#15

Trudeau has found himself in a bit of hot water. Will he still run for re-election? Will he last long enough to still be Prime Minister when elections come about in October? Will he even last until the end of the month?

#16

I hope he stays in power. He’s provided us with so much entertainment over the past few years.

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#17

It will be interesting, because on the one hand it’s seems pretty clear he crossed the line. Quick summary, he repeatedly tried to get his AG to back off from prosecuting a multi billion dollar company related to a bribery case and then fired her when she wouldn’t. The firing is implied and concluded by the demoted AG but denied by Trudeau.

Then again he is part of the progressive left, which is insufferably stubborn, slow to understand and unwilling to reach compromises. I have a feeling it might take a while before reality sets in.

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#18

He’ll be out this year. Now that my franchise has been restored, I’m going to the CTOT to reregister to vote.

#19

Is there any proof besides the words of someone he fired recently? She isn’t exactly an impartial party.
Genuine question, your post is the sum of all information I have about this matter.

#20

That’s a fair question. It seems a second member of his cabinet resigned over this claiming Trudeau’s government has lost its moral compass.

#21

+1

He gave us “because it’s current year”, the wheelchair memes, the selfie memes, the cuckoldry memes…

He’s a great source of entertainment!

#22

Don’t forget the cultural dress memes!

I would never forgive my father if he made me do that PLUS it’s all over the internet for everyone to see.

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#23

This is dirtier than a dirty sanchez. It makes Trudeau look like a bully that does not respect independent-minded women and a first rate minister (from a First Nations background too). And the masses bought into his feminist credentials? Idiots. I thought Libs were supposed to be against PMO centralisation and Nixonian Saturday Night Massacre type of tactics. In this case, Jody is Archibald Cox. And yet suburban Canadians will undoubtedly re-elect this lightweight golden pony/ex-drama teacher in over his head because they like his hair.

Political meddling infringing upon judicial independence to protect a Quebec company that licked Qaddafi’s anus, paid for prostitutes for his family members, and have been kicked out of World Bank procurement, not to mention involved in corruption cases in Canada? Dirty, dirty Liberals. Not surprised to see some old Christy Clark scumbags behind this scandal as political staffers (Ben Chin). Use this name on the search function on Forumosa. I was referencing this dude back in the mid 2000s.

Jody chatting with the former head of the Civil Service. https://ourcommons.azureedge.net/data/ConversationJWRandWernick-e.m4a?fbclid=IwAR2LYf3UaJaBbsYSqYw8haUiQ2Bs9cKPNz-VZXuOCrEx8UgwwKdk55SwNN8.

#24

The guys been reduced to no longer speaking in English, so if you wonder why there is a translator doing all the talk for Justin in this clip, that’s why.

There is no way he makes it all the way to re-election, I’m impressed he made it to the end of the month.

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#25

Hmmm, seems pretty intimidating… to most of “Peoplekind”

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#26

wow.
My take, and I don’t even know the full story:
Jody speaks extremely extremely well in no unclear terms about her decision she made.
Michael is a typical middleman trying to get something done for Trudeau.
Jody kept telling Michael that she is there to protect the PM’s interests, yet the PM is not even listening.
Trudeau is listening to some lobbyist and not his own AG. what a true dolt.

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#27

Thoroughly entertained that his polling numbers are lower than Trumps. Thought he, along with Macron and Merkel, were the liberal orders best hope. What a bunch of shart fluff!

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#28

What is going on ? I think she has upset a spoiled child Premier

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#29

The left always love a brutal purge don’t they?

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#30

I do think , to be fair , that she should have informed the caller that the conversation was being recorded .