Justin Trudeau, does this guy have a shot.....at a second term? - Page 192 - The Combine Forum
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post #1911 of 1918 (permalink) Old 07-08-2019, 12:27 AM
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the worst scenario would be liberal minority because the its green holding the balance and we all know the s&it show there is in BC. or a PQ

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Now the carbon tax will be repealed for sure because....you know Quebec. Must have seen their juicy welfare benefits were going to get cut.

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I still think Quebec is more right wing than we give them credit for. I mean their provincial government, we can't automatically assume federal politics are unified with provincial. I suspect alot of Quebecers are against "irregular" immigration, censorship of speech, adding to the socialist state, erosion of their distinct society by immigration, etc. It's hard to imagine a province once bent on separation being automatically thought of as fully backing fedral government policies.



On another note, here is some posting linking Epstein to Bronfmans and the name Wexner comes up. It's interesting because this is not the first post about things like Libya, or Bronfman connections in powerful circles. I wonder when the MSM will start questioning Trudeau's and the Liberal party close ties to the Bronfman family with all this stuff coming out. I suspect the game plan with the media is, as always, to keep it hidden as much as possible. Such is the nature of having powerful groups control everything - they tend to control what the peasants see.



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Found this interesting regarding candidates running federally, Maximes party (PPC) is doing a good job getting candidates in place, for a brand new party they have more candidates than the Greens do.



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This article paints a nice big picture view of Freeland and the plan. When reading it keep in mind Hillary was supposed to win so you need to see how wonderful it was going to be portrayed in the MSM that Trudeau, Freeland and HRC were all like minded. You can reflect on the world accolades Freeland received as she worked so darn hard to nail down CETA. Yes, she was being well positioned over years for her role. It is why she is one of the five actors who has a microphone in her face regardless of whatever the topic is in Canadian government. Then Trump got elected and everything has gone sideways. Freeland couldn't even get NAFTA done.

Note also Rhodes Scholars is mentioned. This is actually the true history. The media portrays Rhodes Scholars as some sort of intellectual milestone, that is not true. It is really a group built to drive an agenda and those who become members are really acknowledging their acceptance of the goals.

The article also pulls together how Freeland writes of her belief that rich and powerful can be trusted to fix the failings of "capitalism" if they are of the right fabric. Naturally in all of Freelands writings of capitalism failings she fails to note that it is monetary policy and government intervention in all things which is creating the failures, the wealth gap, bailouts, corporations getting larger, etc. So no surprise her solution to excessive government involvement is even more government involvement and working closer with the "right" group of wealthy - otherwise known as fascism.



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If you haven't yet, you really need to question why Freeland plays such a dominant role in Canada's politics and why she blames the failings of socialism and government intervention (or inaction in areas that are the governments responsibility) on capitalism. She does rightly highlight the actions of bankers though, but fails to address the fact that Canada, as a sovereign nation, has full authority to set its own policies, regulations and not actually engage in bailouts of any kind.
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Well itís just the Toronto Star but I really canít believe this poll. Quebec and Ontario are giving the Liberals the lead. Iím a bit embarrassed being from Ontario.

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Well itís just the Toronto Star but I really canít believe this poll. Quebec and Ontario are giving the Liberals the lead. Iím a bit embarrassed being from Ontario.

https://apple.news/A1tNczdTsROGfSZpA3Apa5Q
When I saw that I almost drove into a slew. More fake news?

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When I saw that I almost drove into a slew. More fake news?

God I hope so.

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John McCallum shooting off his mouth again. What a dufus.....did it ever occur to him that maybe the Chinese WANT a different government in there since this one is so incompetent.

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Former Canadian envoy to Beijing John McCallum says he has cautioned Chinese officials that further sanctions against Canada over the arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou could help spur the election of a Conservative government, which would be far less favourable to Beijing.
The ex-ambassador, who was fired in January after he publicly waded into the Huawei extradition case, revealed his discussions during an interview on Canada-China tensions with the South China Morning Post this week. The Hong Kong newspaper said Mr. McCallum had been speaking to “former contacts at China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.”
Last December, Canada detained Ms. Meng, Huawei’s chief financial officer, at the request of U.S. authorities in relation to violations of U.S. sanctions against Iran. She is awaiting an extradition hearing scheduled for January 2020.
Beijing responded by arresting two Canadians – Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig – on alleged national-security violations and by restricting imports of Canadian canola, pork and beef.
Mr. McCallum told the South China Morning Post that he warned Beijing that any more punitive measures against Canada could help oust Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau from power. A Canadian federal election is expected in October.
“Anything that is more negative against Canada will help the Conservatives, [who] are much less friendly to China than the Liberals,” Mr. McCallum told the South China Morning Post.
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