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Old Jun 1st, 2019, 09:52 AM   #24021
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This is one ugly bigot. From butt**** Alberta too.
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Old Jun 1st, 2019, 10:09 AM   #24022
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FUXL has come back from the dead to wipe the bowl as his beloved Liberals circle the toilet.
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Old Jun 1st, 2019, 10:27 AM   #24023
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I still think he and his crooked Turdeau and his tainted cabinet should FUXL off for good and they will come October.
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Old Jun 1st, 2019, 11:57 AM   #24024
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None of the political parties or leaders have what it takes to attract my vote nor contribution of money and work.

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Old Jun 1st, 2019, 02:51 PM   #24025
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None of the political parties or leaders have what it takes to attract my vote nor contribution of money and work.
On this we agree.

We were brought up believing in good and evil. God versus Satan, Superman versus Lex Luther, Jesus versus the money lenders...

Our guys are supposed to be the good guys, those guys over there are therefore evil. I would bet that most Germans viewed the invasion of Poland as being right, they were trying to re-unite two parts of a nation unnaturally separated by the Treaty of Versailles. We of course were brought up being taught it was an act of evil aggression. Either way the money lenders won and everyone else lost.

What it comes down to is: Most of our politicians are closer in nature to Darth Vader than to Luke Skywalker and the entire system is designed to perpetuate that. They count on us being too dumb to see that, and sadly far too many are more than willing to oblige.
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Old Jun 3rd, 2019, 03:36 PM   #24026
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Becauth ith's 2015!

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Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has stripped MP Michael Cooper of his spot on the House of Commons justice committee as punishment for Cooper’s angry confrontation with a Muslim witness in hearings dedicated to online hate.

Earlier this week, Cooper told Faisal Khan Suri he should be “ashamed” after he drew a link between “conservative commentators” and the online history of mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonnette.

Cooper also quoted from the manifesto of the man accused of the mass killings in Christchurch, New Zealand in an attempt to discredit Suri’s testimony.
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Old Jun 4th, 2019, 05:01 AM   #24027
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This is so wrong in so many ways. Hang the bastards.

EXCLUSIVE: Canada’s plan for managing the return of ISIS fighters revealed in documents

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Telling his parents he was flying to Turkey for two weeks, Mohamed Ali left Canada in April 2014 to join the so-called Islamic State.

“I traded the snow for the desert sand,” he wrote on social media after his arrival in Syria.

Four years later, ISIS is collapsing in Syria and Iraq and Canadian officials are bracing for the possible return of foreign fighters like Ali — if he is still alive — as well as their wives and children. Some have already come back.
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Old Jun 5th, 2019, 09:20 AM   #24028
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Trudeau’s ‘climate emergency’ meets his national muddle of malfunctioning carbon taxes

Opinion: Ideally, carbon pricing should be economically efficient, low cost, socially benign and administratively simple. In Canada it is none of these.

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The news last week that the Trudeau government has introduced into the House of Commons a motion to declare a “climate emergency” in Canada may draw even more attention to its policy governing carbon-dioxide pricing and taxation. To proponents, carbon dioxide pricing is economically efficient, low in cost, socially benign and administratively simple.

In Canada, however, the carbon-pricing regimes that have been implemented by the federal and provincial governments have none of these advantages.
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A look at our future in Canada if we don't get rid of Turdeau in October.

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Old Jun 7th, 2019, 11:13 AM   #24030
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Of course it does!

“It increases my feminism”: Justin Trudeau says about ejecting Wilson-Raybould and Philpott from the Liberal cabinet

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During the Women Deliver 2019 conference Justin Trudeau claimed that dealing with “tough women” in his cabinet increased his feminism.
When Prime Minister @JustinTrudeau was asked about ejecting "tough women" like @Puglaas and @janephilpott from the Liberal cabinet at a feminist conference on Monday, he said it "increases his feminism". #WomenDeliver2019

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Not to mention what it does to his stupidity...

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