Destroy Trudeau Command Center
Canada's Minister of the Environment and Climate Change won't stop referring to scientists and others who don't buy her crisis spin as "deniers," so why should we stop calling her Climate Barbie? Anyway, It seems she has a lot more in common with the doll than she realizes. Dedicated to Sheila Gunn-Reid of Rebel Media, who coined the nickname.
This is a re-upload after I spotted a glaring error. Apologies if you've already seen it.
[SHORTENED] This backgrounder examines the threat of foreign interference to the integrity of Canada's 2019 federal election from United States tech giant Google, and its facilitation by the Government of Canada.
Why has the country's Liberal majority government not identified Google and the social media platforms as hostile foreign entities after this summer's avalanche of undercover investigative reports, interviews with whistleblowers, and hard scientific data documenting clear bias within their coroporate cultures, not to mention a $50 million law suit filed by a United States Congresswoman for the removal of her paid for campaign ads from Google News during her successful participation in a Democratic Leadership debate?
Is it because they are ideological comrades? Is it the big money involved? Is it that they share a common enemy in U.S. President Donald Trump?
The longer the Government of Canada remains silent on the threat the big tech firms pose to the integrity of our election, the more it appears to be colluding with foreign entities intent on interfering in next month's election.
This video includes news footage of the government's roll out of its plan to safeguard Canada's October election, evidence of pervasive bias throughout the corporate cultures of American tech firms, Google's cozy relationship with Justin Trudeau's Liberal majority government, and ends with a demand that the Incident Protocol Group take active measures to alert Canadian voters of the risks involved in using Google Search to seek out election related news and information.
In addition to his more obvious verbal blunders, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is also one of the world's finest word salad chefs. He has repeated the same few pat phrases so many times that more and more Canadians are waking up to what an airhead he really is. One of his favourites, "a broad range," clearly doesn't refer to his vocabulary.
In recent months, both Canada and the United States have threatened to regulate social media platforms, though it appears each country has approached them from a different angle. Indeed, their interpretations of the problem itself differ in some key respects. I have a four-minute read on Minds, if you're interested in the details: bit.ly/2NHPmym
Douglas Christie was a career defence lawyer from British Columbia, a defender of Canadians' Constitutionally guaranteed right to free expression, and a leader in the western Canadian independence movement until he passed away in 2013. Say what you will about Mr. Christie, but do you agree with everything that everyone you know has done – including your closest relatives and friends? Listen and learn.
With Canada's federal election now two months off, it's time for Canadians to not only vote him out of office but to do so with extreme prejudice. DISCLAIMER: The use of an assassin receiving mission orders is here used as a metaphor, and not as an incitement to commit any act of violence against the Prime Minister.
While working on a still unfinished video aimed at a western Canadian audience, it occurred to me another aimed directly at Ontarians might help them decide whether they want to continue to support Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party in the lead up to Canada's federal election. The polls inform us that, with election day only two months away, more easterners intend to re-elect them.
My advice, as a westerner, to Ontarians is to think long and hard before siding with Quebecers and Maritimers. The 2019-2020 federal budget projected $82 billion in total transfer payments (Equalization + Canada Health Transfer + Canada Social Transfer) from the three westernmost provinces to the rest of the country.
Part six of a chronological archive of salient clips documenting Canada's handling of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
Complete playlist: https://bitchute.com/playlist/qugCMkaNnL5z/
2019 01 16 | What we know about the Canadian ISIS fighter captured by Kurdish forces | CBC News: The National
2019 01 25 | Police confirm terrorist attack plot led to Kingston raids, arrests | Global News
2019 01 25 | Youth charged with terrorism following raids in Kingston, Ontario: RCMP | Global News
2019 01 25 | Kingston suspect arrested in RCMP raid lived in Syria, Kuwait | CBC News
2019 02 06 | Former ISIS sex slaves in Canada threatened by terrorist captors | Rebel Media
2019 02 06 | Canada's changing commitment in the fight against ISIS | CBC News: The National
2019 02 09 | 2 Canadian women surrender to U.S.-backed forces in Syria | CBC News
2019 02 12 | Former ISIS recruiter wants to return to Canada: "I've done nothing wrong there" | CTV News
2019 02 18 | ISIS narrator revealed as Canadian | CBC News
2019 02 22 | Bringing home ISIS fighters not a priority ahead of election | Global News
2019 02 26 | Omar Khadr asks court to rule war crimes sentence expired | CBC News
2019 02 26 | Prosecuting Canadian ISIS fighters | CBC News
2019 03 22 | Montreal priest stabbed Video captures violent attack during morning mass | Global News
2019 04 04 | Terrorist to attend Mohawk College; students kept in the dark David Menzies | Rebel Media
2019 04 09 | Canadians responsible for hundreds of terrorism deaths and injuries overseas | Global News
2019 04 18 | Islamic politician jokes about burning down Montreal church | Rebel Media
2019 04 23 | FULL INTERVIEW CBC TV Program Features Omar Khadr | True North
2019 05 14 | Arrests of 2 men in Richmond Hill not related to national security public safety minister | CityNews Toronto
2019 05 15 | Islamist extremist says he arrived in Canada to kill Asia Bibi | True North
2019 05 15 | Court date set for explosive device charges | CityNews Toronto
2019 05 17 | Richmond Hill men charged in explosives case out on bail | CityNews Toronto
2019 06 04 | Toronto Muslim executing gays may sound unfair, but it's sharia law | Rebel Media
2019 06 06 | Justin Trudeau on returning ISIS fighters | Global News
2018 06 19 | Liberal Canada Summer Jobs Funding Group Linked to Terrorism Mark Strahl
2019 06 21 | Motive in Danforth mass shooting still unclear police | CityNews Toronto
Whether you're new to the NHL or a veteran fan, this video offers the ultimate in hostility on ice.
Patchwork trailer for my 2018 novel Poppy, a poignant yet action-packed glance into the shattered life of a retired police drug unit detective and father of two adult sons: a soldier who patrols opium fields in Afghanistan, and a heroin addict on the crime-ridden streets of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside: amazon.ca/dp/B07CVLGVZR
Don't ask her for directions to the nearest restroom if you really, really have to go. This is a re-upload, with backing music.
A little Happy Canada Day fun for those not inspired enough, after four years of Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party nonsense, to attend one of the country's official celebrations. Thank you, Rebel Media, for your guts and determination! Starring Keean Bexte, David "The Menzoid" Menzies, and several Liberal Party Cabinet Ministers.
Watch Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau challenge Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud to a staring match, lose in an instant, and then get laughed at by Japan's Prime Minister and G20 summit host Shinzo Abe.
Was former Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan separated at birth from someone ... or something?
TREASON — If it weren’t for John Brennan, 9/11 may have never happened
Have you ever wondered why your national populist content struggles to gain traction on what used to be your favorite platform? Speaking in London at the first meeting of the International Grand Committee on Disinformation and Fake News, technology expert Ashkan Soltani explains how manual curators employed by social media giants "slownews" "suspicious content."
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has presided for less than four years but, during that time, he and several members of his Cabinet have been targets of investigations by the Parliamentary Ethics Commissioner. Watch how well they fair as SCTV Half Wits host Alex Trebel puts their ethical limitations to the test.
Canadian federal New Democratic Party Leader Jagmeet Singh refuses to dissociate himself from extremist elements in the Sikh community, as he campaigns to become Canada's next Prime Minister. He has repeatedly referred to the massacre of 3,000 Sikhs by Hindus in the aftermath of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's assassination as a "genocide" to shift responsibility from what he considers a falsely-reported antipathy between Sikhs and Hindus and onto the Indian government. One thing he never mentions is what triggered the massacre, i.e., that Gandhi was assassinated by those she trusted most with he life, i.e., her Sikh bodyguards. How is the Indian government to blame for that? Is he saying the police stood down as the massacre occurred? The only way to stop an enraged mob of that size wielding and using machetes, cricket bats, long knives and other weapons is to gun them all down.
No, Mr. Singh, it wasn't a genocide. It was a spontaneous reaction to an act of murderous sedition carried out by members of your ethno-religious tribe. So, your failure is not merely one of endangering Canadians with your refusal to disavow extremists. It is also dishonest.
This would suggest you are either desperate for votes, or afraid of repercussions from those who would take up arms to establish Khalistan, the dreamed-of independent ethno-state of your people. Either way, it's not a good look for the leader of a federal party in Canada, or any Canadian.
Despite their diverse backgrounds, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has at least one thing in common with his um, uh, er, sorry, uh, um, hand-picked Minister of National Defence, er, uh, um, Harjit Sajjan.
Canada's Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan entered politics as a so called "bad ass," only to disgrace himself with the false claim that he was the architect of a major military operation in Afghanistan. He then further damaged his reputation by refusing to resign from Justin Trudeau's Cabinet after his stolen valour was exposed.
The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, has made a practice of using young, female Members of Parliament as sacrificial lambs.
His 38-year-old Minister of Small Business and Tourism, and current Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, Bardish Chagger was made to answer difficult questions for him during Question Period, following his conviction by the Ethics Commissioner in 2017.
At age 31, the Honourable Maryam Monsef was appointed Minister of Electoral Reform, as well as President of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada. Soon after, she was ordered to respond for the Prime Minister on problems related to composition of the Special Committee on Electoral Reform.
In 2017, at age 29, the Honourable Karina Gould was appointed Minister of Democratic Institutions, as well as President of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada. Minister Gould's first public task following her appointments was to announce the government's broken campaign promise to change the country's long-established electoral system.
This is what the Prime Minister does to ambitious young women in his Liberal Party caucus. As in any organized crime family, once their loyalty is proven, the boss assigns them jobs. Part of Minister Gould's job is to coerce social media platforms to conflate lawful Canadian populist content with illegal expression in an effort to circumvent the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The Government of Canada should file direct complaints against YouTubers it believes have violated the law, so police and prosecutors can target individual content creators. It should refrain from extorting social media platforms with threats of massive regulatory fines in the event they refuse to suppress lawful content that cannot be successfully prosecuted in court.
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Canadian national populist mashups and memes. If Justin Trudeau and his smug bunch of Liberal Party flunkies leave you feeling as though you don't know whether to laugh or cry, this is the place for you. ;-)
With the most recent YouTube censorship blitz, I've decided migration to BitChute is a good idea even though none of my videos violate YouTube's community guidelines. Over there, my videos are rarely suggested in the "up next" list and are suppressed in search results lists, despite their excellent like to dislike ratios (channel average = 96.6% likes), high audience retention, and great click-through rates. In March 2019, for instance, my channel's analytics show you had to be a male over the age of 64 to have your view counted in my overall total (isn't that discrimination based on age and sex?). Long story short, I'm tired of playing their rigged game so, hopefully, BitChute's hands-off approach to content moderation will allow more people to enjoy my videos, while I enjoy the work of others on the platform. Thank you BitChute!
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