What a hollow suit !

Last week I watched on the Conflict Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) as our PM went to Europe to meet with real, or as real as they get today, leaders over there.

He was as usual well dressed and coiffed and strode like a man full of Klaus Schwab instilled confidence. However, he made such a fool of himself whenever he opened his mouth that I cringed that he really thought he was representing Canada.

Here is a man who said on twitter  (2 Feb 2022) of peaceful truckers:

“Today in the House all MPs unanimously condemned the antisemitic, islamophobia, anti-black racism, homophobia and transphobia that we have ever seen on display in Ottawa over the past number of days. Together. Let’s keep working to make Canada more inclusive.”

Actually, I read Hansard for that day and found no mention of any of the gross accusations the MPs were supposed to have supported. Once again, our PM is promoting his own agenda and words onto others.

At any given time, I suspect there are more of those feelings in the chamber than there was outside where the whole protest was inclusive and full of peace and love. To any one of those MPs who supposedly condemned the protestors on Feb 2 do not make the mistake of thinking this is over. Freedom is too strong. You should cherish it and allow yourselves to be free to support your constituents or you may well get fired next election.

Then the Emergency Act was invoked to deal with a parking problem in Ottawa,  and brutal police enforcement against those who did not resists them even when being held on the ground and kneed, pepper strayed directly into their face, or trampled by horses. Imported thugs waded onto lines of peaceful protestors with batons being used to beat them back even though they were against concrete barriers.  Bill Blair must have been wetting himself with glee and remembering Toronto.

The Emergency Act had to be passed in the HOC and the Senate and it looked as if it would not pass in the Senate, and the parking problem having been brutally solved, so low and behold it was revoked in the nick of time.

But the point here is that this whole thing was about Freedom from being coerced into taking experimental and toxic jabs against a not quite regular flu.  No one in the convoy was a particular  anti-vaxxer, in fact most had already submitted to the coercion and been jabbed, but the illegal mandates towards those who work in the federal jurisdiction of the transport sector and specially to those truckers who crossed the border with the USA, who had to take a ten day quarantine when they came home was too much. Freeland exempted 200,00 civil employees from jabs but these did not include independent truckers. To go from hero to vilification in two years should be reserved for people like Trudeau, except he was never a hero after he rescinded his Election change promise. 

So here is this PM over there in Europe talking about Freedom and Democracy and Sovereignty and the Rule of Law which are all things he is denying Canadians.  Can he not see that the whole world is laughing at him?  He is also stealing from our military stockpiles which will have to be replenished, and donating huge sums of money to Ukraine with no idea of how he will pay for it or even what it will actually be used for. That is a subject for another day.

How do you think that the half of the Canadian government cabinet who are also under Klaus Schwab’s thumb feel about all this?  Probably do not care at all.

One more quote from Trudeau:

“While the Emergency Act is over the issue won’t just go way. We need to constantly work to defend our democracy. The Emergency Act was created to flow from and uphold the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. These measures had to be and were compliant with the Charter.”  

Defend our democracy? What democracy is he waffling about here? We do not have democracy here in Canada; we have a semi-dictatorship where all the power lies with the PM and the PMO instead of with the people. Anyone who claims we are a democratic country is simply smoking the wrong stuff. How can anyone equate police thuggery and violence in the face of a very peaceful request for return of freedoms, as being in compliance with the charter?

No matter how hard I try I simple can’t imagine that any Act of Parliament should be deliberately in opposition to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.  Beating up on peacefully demonstrating grannies, reporters and freedom seekers by imported military styled police thugs is in compliance with which Charter from which banana republic?

By the way for the last two years at almost 24 hours a day CBC could be:  Covid/Climate-Catastrophe/Convoy/Conflict Broadcasting Corporation but whichever, it does not serve Canadians as it has all just been propaganda on behalf of a man who is making a fortune from his family trust owning 40% of Aquitas, and getting royalties from every jab around the world.

When Canada really needs a leader where can we find one?

Jeremy

Canadian Election of October 2019

The day before Voting Day

What a boring, nasty election full of innuendos, accusations and falsehoods, and very little in the way of substantive ideas.  This was not about MPs so much as about the leader of the country. CBC, instead of promoting democracy, furthered the concept of a leader being elected in all 338 ridings. Only in Canada eh? pity.

The spectre of a coalition government has not appeared in Canadian political history until now and has been blown out of all proportion.

Yes the Liberals, NDP and Bloq foolishly announced that they would vote together to defeat Harper’s minority government in a non-confidence vote and form an alliance, not a coalition, to run government which resulted in Harper proroguing government to avoid that situation. An alliance is not a coalition. Remember what he said in the house, prior to proroguing, about what any alliance with a separatist party would do for constitutionality? Typically, he raised the idea again that a party interested almost entirely in what was/is good for Quebec had to be separatist, and that is typical of all western blockheads’ thinking.

Now we have his minion Andrew Sheer (another western blockhead) raising the spectre of a Liberal- NDP coalition because the NDP have flatly ruled out any chance of working with a conservative minority and even though the Liberals have not agreed to the Scheer proposed coalition accusation.  The NDP raised the possibility of a coalition with the Liberals and of course, Scheer jumped all over that as fact in another form of smear tactic against Trudeau.   Typical.

What we have here are two young males still in political short pants (so to speak), one of whom has made some serious mistakes in the last 4 years, and the other who was perhaps the worst Speaker in our History.   One tries to tell us what he has done well, and how he wants to do more, and the other ignores the climate and our aboriginal people, but pours scorn and hate on his rival.  Between them there is obviously no love and perhaps no respect.  One warns of the other and the usual conservative tactics of less tax for the wealthy corporations and more for the people along with service cuts, while the other slams, curses and personally attacks the other.   Children! Grow up damn it!

I listened to one speech, how typical I don’t know as I try to avoid most of them lately, in which Scheer raised the spectacle of Diefenbaker and Mulroney as two shining examples of Conservative PMs.  Wow.   Yes, the Deief gave us the Bill of Rights, but he also cancelled the Avro Arrow once the impossible was accomplished and how much money did we spend on that wonderful plane?   Not sure what the symbolism was meant to be here, maybe that our success is not acceptable south of the border and their discontent must be appeased; so, is that a clue about Scheer?  With Mulroney everything is much clearer.  He gave what was left of our sovereignty to the USA through FTA and blew the national debt up from approx. $93 billion to approx. $440 billion before he gave over power to Campbell.  Another shining example of a true Canadian?   Harper raised it again to just nudging under $1 trillion from approx. $515 billion to give himself a balanced operating budget. Hah!  So, the references Scheer was suggesting in relation to himself was?  

Does it appear that I have no time for Scheer? Well, that is correct. His action as Speaker over the Brad Butt affair still rankles with me and act as a guide to the man he really is as opposed to what he projects.

Does that mean that I support Trudeau? Only if that was the only alternative. His election promise being broken may well have come back to haunt him, and his actions re the first peoples are still seriously lacking.

Neither of these men has any clue what democracy might have been and will not practice it given the chance with a majority. So, the best outcome and the one that seems most likely now is a minority government with the balance of power split between three parties – if the Greens reach party status and I hope they do – and that could actually lead to better governance; that is if the lust for power can lower its ugly head for a while and if our elected representatives can actually work for both Canada and us for a change.

Oh, to be free of the corporate chains Canada.

 

Jeremy