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What a FN joke this country has become!!


“ Another Liberal gun policy that neatly ignores where the guns come from “

The vast majority of handguns used in crimes are smuggled pieces that are already illegal


 

With Liberal officials now openly mulling the idea of a nationwide ban on handguns, they are simultaneously pursuing reforms that would slacken the penalties for cross-border gun-smugglers.

 

And according to police in Canada’s most violence-afflicted cities, it’s these smuggled guns that are a far deadlier problem for Canada than the legal ones have ever been.

 

Starting in 2018, the Trudeau government began examining the possibility of a “full ban on handguns and assault weapons in Canada.” So far, this has only yielded proposals to allow cities to ban handguns at the municipal level — a measure that, while welcomed in the likes of Toronto and Montreal, has been vocally opposed in Alberta.

 

This week, senior sources quoted by the National Post’s John Ivison said that a total handgun ban remains a “last resort” in the result that more localized bans don’t take.

 

Meanwhile, the House of Commons is still considering Bill C-5, an act that would repeal a host of mandatory minimum penalties, including those for smuggling firearms.

 

Bill C-5 was drafted to address what it called “systemic racism in Canada’s criminal justice system.” By reducing the amount of prison time for criminal offences, reads a backgrounder, the idea is to reduce the “overincarceration rate of Indigenous peoples” as well as for other “marginalized Canadians.”

 

 

While the bill would reduce prison time for non-violent offences such as drug trafficking or selling black market tobacco, it also repeals the minimum sentences for more than a dozen violent crimes ranging from aggravated sexual assault with a firearm and “hostage taking, use of a firearm.” Four of the bill’s repeals also relate to the gun-smuggling trade, including the charge of “weapons trafficking.”

 

Nevertheless, it’s smuggled guns that seem to be comprising an ever-growing share of handguns used in crimes.

 

In February, Toronto Police Deputy Chief Myron Demkiw told the House of Commons public safety committee that of the crime guns his department has been able to trace, 86 per cent were illegal firearms smuggled in from the United States.
 

 

When asked about federal efforts to curb Canadian legal gun ownership through buyback programs, Denkiw replied that it “is certainly not going to deal with the crime problem we’re facing in Toronto, as it relates to the use of criminal handguns.”

 

As far back as 2008, a report by the Province of British Columbia similarly found that the “vast majority” of guns being used illegally in their province originated in the United States.

 

A 2021 investigation by CityTV outlined just how easy it was to get illegal guns into Ontario from the neighbouring U.S. states of Michigan or New York. Moving firearms into the Greater Toronto area could be as simple as throwing a bag over a border fence to be retrieved later. Illegal firearms were also moved through cross-border First Nations reserves and via secret compartments in private cars — some of which were not even known to the car’s owners.

 

With vanishingly few exceptions, legal handguns exist in Canada only as antiques or sporting equipment. Any firearm with a barrel shorter than 470 mm cannot be used for hunting, which means that pistols (or “restricted” firearms) occupy a particularly strict realm of Canadian law.

 

While an unloaded long gun can be kept in the trunk of a vehicle or even legally carried in most jurisdictions, restricted firearms can only really be kept in a safe, at a certified range — or in a vehicle driving between one of those two places.

https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/first-reading-another-liberal-gun-policy-that-neatly-ignores-where-the-guns-come-from

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Rex Murphy: Pierre Poilievre's appeal is fuelled by Trudeau's never-ending sanctimony 

Since when is playing to the people worthy of scorn?

 

“ The present government is tireless in implying that the Canadian electorate is not living up to it, to the high woke visions of its leading ministers and spokespeople. That the people are failing the government. That the electorate has a lot of fixing up to do before they are worthy of Singh-Trudeau Liberalism.

 

They are constantly going on that Canadians are racist, homophobic, transphobic, misogynist, colonialist, white supremacist and deficient in all the current and most fashionable virtue poses. Do you ever get the impression that when Trudeau is apologizing “for Canadians” that implicitly he is asking Canadians to apologize, to him?

 

Looking down on your electorate is, I suppose, one way of avoiding the dread populist label, but it may equally build up, over time, some energetic backlash. Perhaps this is a clue to our enigma.

 

A lot of the fuel in Poilievre’s rocket is coming from a massive leak from the other guy’s.

 

https://nationalpost.com/opinion/rex-murphy-pierre-poilievres-appeal-is-fuelled-by-trudeaus-never-ending-sanctimony

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Russia says Israel supports neo-Nazis in row over Ukraine

Every bit as true and accurate as the nonsense now on offer from liberals and democrats.

Like the young mother with bratty, uncontrollable kids at Macdonalds, there comes a point in the absurdity process when all you can do is scream louder and hope that noise trumps the self inflicted buffoonery you insisted on creating.

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Drone carrying 11 guns found stuck in tree near Canada-U.S. border along St. Clair River

There are lots of illicit uses for drones (UAV/UAS) and I've never mention them here (or anywhere else for that matter) for fear of it all coming true. Cats out of the bag on this one now.  

Were I inclined to be the sort of criminal scum who does this (or the sort of liberal politician scum who aids and abets it), I would have been doing it this way for the last 10 years. The supporting logistics and low grade crypto required to support such an operation is pretty simple. 

Hit a tree and who cares, leave it in the tree, finders keepers... give the coordinates to your best client and tell them it's on the house. 

Remember when you had to search out examples of craven, unadulterated buffoonery? Now there's no avoiding it... liberals have made it easy. The fools who vote for them probably think duck hunters from PEI have taken up drone flying.

Clearly what's needed is a new law that makes the illegal importation, illegal possession, illegal transport and illegal sale of illegal guns for illegal purposes illegal. 

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“ The idea that we are going to use the CRTC to regulate YouTube in such a way that it will be forced to boost the content of Canadian creators and Canadian content that Ottawa determines more Canadians should be watching. You know, the idea that Canadians cannot be trusted to enjoy content on their own terms, but rather government has to intervene and dictate the kind of content that it thinks the people of this country should be watching, and strong-arm YouTube under penalty of enormous fine to rig their algorithms and search functions and home pages, and possibly even subscription tabs, in order to shove a very particular, very ideologically defined sort of set of videos and other content into the eyeballs of its audience. I view it as extremely illiberal, and really just ruining what has been a tremendously good thing, and I would add a good thing for Canadians.”

 

https://thehub.ca/2022-05-03/j-j-mccullough-on-the-canadian-governments-attempt-to-control-the-internet/?utm_source=The Hub&utm_campaign=0f2225cd53-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2022_05_02_07_52&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_429d51ea5d-0f2225cd53-522638043&mc_cid=0f2225cd53&mc_eid=09433e3d5d

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Scant support for Ottawa’s big plans — if they include tax hikes 

Ottawa is trying to sell Canadians on new programs and the spending needed for them without attaching a cost

The latest federal budget includes plans for several new or expanded programs, including national daycare, national pharmacare and dental care. Poll after poll seems to show Canadians want these new programs. According to new data, however, when Canadians are asked directly and clearly to pay for these new programs, support for them plummets.

 

According to an Angus Reid poll in 2021, 84 per cent of Canadian families with children under six supported government spending for affordable child care. Similarly, a new Leger poll commissioned by the Fraser Institute found 69 per cent support for $10-a-day daycare. So, do these data provide overwhelming evidence of support for new government daycare programs and higher levels of government spending?

 

In short, no, because they miss half the question — who’s paying for it. Unless costs are included in the equation, it’s like asking someone if they’d like a new good or service — without having to pay for it. But of course, taxpayers ultimately pay for all government spending.

 

The same Leger poll asked Canadians whether they would support $10-a-day daycare if Ottawa increased the GST to finance part or all of the expected higher levels of spending. Support for the program dropped from 69 per cent to 36 per cent — barely one in three Canadians.  (Liberals?) 

We see the same results with pharmacare, another federal government priority. A 2019 poll sponsored by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada found nearly nine in 10 Canadians supported a national prescription drug program, results similar to those of a 2020 Angus Reid poll that found 86 per cent support for national pharmacare. According to the new Leger poll, however, support for a national prescription drug program falls by almost half — from 79 per cent nationally to just 40 per cent — when it comes with a GST hike.

Finally, a 2019 Ipsos poll showed 86 per cent support for a government program to cover dental care for Canadians lacking insurance. But, according to the new data, support for a national dental program falls from 72 per cent to 42 per cent when Canadians are asked to pay for it with a higher GST.

 

The results are clear. When Canadians are offered a transparent choice about increased government spending coupled with the tax increases necessary to pay for them, fewer than half of Canadians support new programs, compared to overwhelming support when no costs (i.e. tax increases) are attached.

 

In fact, since coming to power in 2015 the Trudeau government has largely relied on borrowing to finance increases in spending. But borrowing is simply taxes deferred into the future, rather than imposed immediately. The government has raised taxes here and there but nothing so large that average Canadians readily recognize the tax increase. In other words, the government is trying to sell Canadians on new programs and the spending needed for them without attaching a cost, which they’ve deferred to the future through borrowing.

 

This is one reason Canada’s federal debt (before adjusting for financial assets) is expected to reach almost $2 trillion within the next five years. But the Trudeau government is running out of runway to finance its proclivity for ever-higher spending through borrowing. At some point, Canadians will face higher taxes for all the new spending, and the majority of the country doesn’t necessarily support that.

https://financialpost.com/opinion/opinion-scant-support-for-ottawas-big-plans-if-they-include-tax-hikes?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR37rnSNy6zzqpHLNX1b4xquincFNOzufK1nYL_qzC49G2lyTb610vaAg2Y#Echobox=1651575294

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The Trudeau government has tabled Bill C-18, the Online News Act, to ensure media outlets in Canada receive “fair compensation” from tech giants. Part of this legislation includes designating certain media outlets as government-approved media – “Qualified Canadian Journalism Organization.”

Why is the government trying to dictate what Canadians see on the news and forcing big tech to subsidize media outlets in Canada?

 

 

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I promised myself that I would no longer post about Justin, however does the following mean he and his have gone into hiding once again as they did through the last 2 major events here in Canada? ALL TALK AND NO WALK?  PERHAPS NO PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES? 🙃

TOP STORY 

 

As Kyiv swarms with diplomats and world leaders eager to be seen throwing in their lot with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Canadians are proving to be conspicuously absent from the mix

It’s been nearly a month since Russian forces officially abandoned their attempts to take the Ukrainian capital, instead withdrawing to positions in Ukraine’s east. With Kyiv no longer under the direct threat of attack, Ukrainian officials have been hosting a near-constant stream of visiting diplomats bearing offers of aid and weapons. 

Nearly a dozen prime ministers have been to the Ukrainian capital since early April, most notably U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who made a surprise visit to Kyiv on April 9. 

On Sunday, U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi became the highest-ranking American official to visit Ukraine since the Russian invasion. The week prior, Ukrainian officials held in-person talks with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin. 

Canada, by contrast, hasn’t sent a single MP to the Ukraine capital since the invasion, although the House of Commons standing committee on foreign affairs — which includes Liberal, NDP, Conservative and Bloc Québécois MPs — has recently raised the prospect of organizing a visit. 

But Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has not announced any plans to join them. The closest Trudeau has come was a March 10 visit to the Polish-Ukrainian border at a time when Russian forces still occupied the Kyiv suburbs. 

Canada was one of the first countries to close its Kyiv embassy in advance of the Russian invasion; diplomats were evacuated on Feb. 12, nearly two weeks before Russian tanks began crossing into Ukrainian territory. 

While Canada is now planning to reopen its Kyiv embassy, that decision came only after virtually every other NATO country started moving diplomats back into Ukraine. A report by CBC found that 27 nations have reopened their Ukrainian diplomatic posts while Canada’s remains shuttered. 

One factor that might explain Canada’s absence from Ukraine is that Ottawa has heavily dialled back its contributions to Ukrainian military aid in recent weeks. 

British, U.S. and Polish leaders, among others, all dropped in on Kyiv after promising massive packages of military aid. Pelosi’s visit, for instance, coincided with the announcement of $33 billion in aid for the Ukrainian military, including a fleet of helicopters and several thousand units of Javelin and Stinger missiles. 

While Canada has corralled an estimated $118 million in military aid to Ukraine since January, it has largely sat out a series of recent high-profile weapons shipments intended to arm Ukraine’s offensive against remaining Russian positions in its east and south. Last week, Poland donated more than 200 tanks to Ukraine. Even Germany — which has faced criticism for its reticence to arm Ukrainian forces — recently greenlit a shipment of heavy armour to the country. 

Ottawa’s most recent pledge to Ukraine was “a number” of M777 Howitzers. While Canada promised another $500 million in aid in its most recent federal budget, none of that cash has been allocated.

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There's no there there in Trudeau's climate plan

The closer you look at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s climate change plan, the more obvious it becomes that the emperor has no clothes and that, as the saying goes, there’s no there there.

 

The most glaring deficiency is that there’s no credible link between the $100 billion the Trudeau government says it’s spending on climate change and actually achieving specific targets on an annual basis to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

 

That reduces Trudeau’s national carbon pricing system to a sin tax.

It makes Canadians, already hard hit by soaring inflation, pay for the “sin” of using fossil fuel energy to heat their homes, drive their cars and purchase almost all goods and services, since almost all goods and services are created using fossil fuel energy.

 

In place of a coherent strategy there is a never-ending word salad coming from Trudeau and his present and past environment ministers, assuring us their government, having failed to meet its 2020 emissions target, is now on track to meet its 2030 and 2050 targets.

This is ludicrous.

 

First, the government is relying on technologies to achieve these targets — culminating, it claims, with “net zero” emissions in 2050 — that either don’t exist yet or that do exist but aren’t ready for prime time when it comes to powering a modern, industrialized, big, cold, sparsely-populated, northern country like Canada.

 

Second, any competent project manager knows that if you failed to meet your 2020 target, your assurances you’re going to hit your 2030 and 2050 targets aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on.

 

When federal environment commissioner Jerry DeMarco recently audited Trudeau’s so-called “Just Transition” plan to help Canadian workers and their families transition from the fossil fuel energy sector into the “green” energy sector, he found it was a mirage — that there is no coherent plan.

Ditto the federal government’s $12 billion climate change adaptation plan to build more weather-resistant public infrastructure across Canada.

 

The reason is the plan has been so watered down since its inception that the government now has little idea whether the projects it’s approving will give taxpayers good value for money when it comes to addressing climate change.

 

Trudeau’s climate plans are fantasies built on fantasies and they’re costing Canadians a fortune.

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CANADA-WIDE  ALERT

Gonorrhea Lectim

Background Information about Gonorrhea Lectim.

The Centre for Disease Control has issued a warning about a new virulent strain of this old disease. The disease is called Gonorrhea Lectim, and it is now rampant in Canada East of Manitoba. It's pronounced "Gonna re-elect 'em ," and is capable of crippling our current culture.  

The disease is contracted through dangerous and high risk behaviour involving putting your cranium up your rectum. Many victims contracted it in 2019 when they re-elected Justin Trudeau's Liberals back into power and are now starting to realize how destructive this sickness is.  The disease entered its 3rd wave late 2021.

It's sad, because Gonorrhea Lectim is easily cured with a new drug just coming on the market called Votemout. This can be picked up at your local pharmacy without a doctor's prescription. You should take the first dose now, because a Federal election could be called at any time.  Failure to protect yourself in this way could be disastrous.  If this disease is allowed to spread, it could eventually wipe out all life as we presently know it in Canada.

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If Justin Trudeau gets his way…this is your future ( bubble wrap available as an add on when ordered)

Green tax, surtax, fuel tax, HST, GST, PST, license fee, road usage tax, excise tax, I hate Alberta tax, diversity and inclusion tax, I support Greta taxes are added on final check out.

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https://torontosun.com/news/national/canadians-trips-to-liquor-stores-pharmacies-tracked-via-phones-during-pandemic

Liberals and the NDP accounted for 50% of the ballots cast by Canadians in the last election. 

Since none of the government's actions could (honestly) be characterized as surprising or unanticipated, and since the NDP are now indistinguishable from liberals, it seems reasonable to conclude that half of Canadians wanted this.  

70 percenters (if you include the Greens and Bloc) are actually starting to scare me now, it's like they can't see the cause and effect angle. This is exactly how you lose your rights and freedoms incrementally... they will push into your comfort zone and retreat a bit when you squawk.

Then they advance again, and each time that happens you lose a little more ground until finally you can no longer even see where you started and what you had before you lost it.

And you didn't lose it BTW, it was always yours by right of birth... you gave it all away and you did it with a placid smile and bovine countenance.  

 

 

 

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26 minutes ago, Wolfhunter said:

https://torontosun.com/news/national/canadians-trips-to-liquor-stores-pharmacies-tracked-via-phones-during-pandemic

Liberals and the NDP accounted for 50% of the ballots cast by Canadians in the last election. 

Since none of the government's actions could (honestly) be characterized as surprising or unanticipated, and since the NDP are now indistinguishable from liberals, it seems reasonable to conclude that half of Canadians wanted this.  

70 percenters (if you include the Greens and Bloc) are actually starting to scare me now, it's like they can't see the cause and effect angle. This is exactly how you lose your rights and freedoms incrementally... they will push into your comfort zone and retreat a bit when you squawk.

Then they advance again, and each time that happens you lose a little more ground until finally you can no longer even see where you started and what you had before you lost it.

And you didn't lose it BTW, it was always yours by right of birth... you gave it all away and you did it with a placid smile and bovine countenance.  

 

 

 

 

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PM Justin Trudeau's disinformation campaign more worrisome than F-bomb 

A man who knowingly claims accurate news stories are false shouldn't be given the power to decide what can be said online
 

Did Justin Trudeau swear in the House of Commons? Probably.

 

He’s done it before and will likely do it again in keeping with his contempt of being asked tough questions or facing opposition.

 

But what we should really be concerned about are his statements in response to the question that prompted the alleged dropping of an F-bomb.

 

Trudeau was being asked about flights operated by the military, flying over Ottawa for several days during the Freedom Convoy demonstrations. Postmedia reporter David Pugliese has confirmed the flights were operated by Canadian special forces members.

 

The plane is equipped with equipment that allows for the interception of cellphone calls, radio transmissions and sensors that would allow for the tracking of individuals and vehicles on the ground.

 

When asked about this report, and whether he was having the military spy on Canadians using a spy plane, Trudeau called it disinformation. That’s rich considering the military admits the flights happened and Trudeau himself admits the flights happened.

He claims they were only training flights, though, so don’t be worried and stop spreading fake news.

 

“What the member opposite just engaged in is dangerously close to misinformation and disinformation designed to gin up fears and conspiracy theories,” Trudeau said.

 

Training mission or not, military aircraft capable of incredibly invasive surveillance methods were flown over Ottawa during a protest. The government should be asked questions about that, and the government should answer them.

 

He claims they were only training flights, though, so don’t be worried and stop spreading fake news.

 

“What the member opposite just engaged in is dangerously close to misinformation and disinformation designed to gin up fears and conspiracy theories,” Trudeau said.

 

Training mission or not, military aircraft capable of incredibly invasive surveillance methods were flown over Ottawa during a protest. The government should be asked questions about that, and the government should answer them.

Did the military train their members to use this plane by eavesdropping on protesters gathered in front of Parliament? If so, did they turn over what they heard, recorded and collected to the government or police?

 

There are questions about whether such flights and surveillance of Canadians would be considered lawful. Those questions need to be answered but the Trudeau response is to call this misinformation and disinformation and try to move on.

 

The most famous lie that Trudeau has told to Canadians came in February 2019. I was standing steps away from him when he was asked multiple times about a Globe and Mail report that he had meddled in the criminal prosecution case for SNC-Lavalin and had removed Jody Wilson-Raybould as justice minister because she refused to assist him in that.

 

“The allegations in the Globe story are false. Neither the current nor the previous attorney general was ever directed by me or by anyone in my office to take a decision in this matter,” Trudeau said.

He stuck to that line for a long time, but the truth came out and we found out the Globe was right, and Trudeau was spreading what he would now call disinformation.

 

It shouldn’t matter what your thoughts or feelings are on the convoy, using the military to spy on Canadians is a serious matter. We deserve the truth.

 

It has to be noted that the Trudeau government wants to use legislation to regulate misinformation and disinformation online. Will that now include regulating news stories that are true but make the government uncomfortable?

 

Do we want to give this government that is so comfortable with lying the ability to also say what can and can’t be said online?

 

It’s a dangerous path to be going down and far more serious than whether Trudeau once again showed contempt for the House by swearing.

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