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  • ross1948 00:01 on September 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'notwithstanding' clause, , Charter, , , , , Raed Jaser and Chiheb Esseghaier,   

    Harper’s Perfect Moment – Ignite Death Penalty Debate! 

    Swine like those two sectarian savages found guilty of terrorism  last week deserve to die. Their evil mass-murder plot to derail a passenger train got them mere ‘life’ sentences, which ludicrously allow for their release in not much more than EIGHT years!

    What a mockery of justice especally since, as the judge noted,  neither of them had expressed remorse for their offences.


    • Chiheb Esseghaier, left, and Raed Jaser in court  pair of pigs
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    • Raed Jaser and Chiheb Esseghaier, a pair of primitive pigs, should not have millions of dollars of tax-payers’ money wasted on provision of board and lodgings and all the manifold privileges bestown on them in the Canadian prison system.

    That’s my opinion, but unless the Dominion has changed even more than I know it has since last I went there, surely most Canadians outside the left-lib establishment feel the same.

    True, the Canadian media is mostly rotten, liberal to the core, the worst being the tax-guzzling CBC. Their constant bias may have eroded the public’s instinctive taste for real justice.

    These days, however, surely the eruption of jihadist treason should have turned the tide.  

    What Good Are ‘Canadians’ Whose Loyalty Is Conditional? 

    So where are the candidates crusading for reform, for the restoration of capital punishment? Canada, after all, is in the midst of a hard-fought election campaign.

    What Harper thinks about the death penalty I dont know, but in his heart, methinks, he knows it’s the only fair and just punishment for scum like these two. He has suggested this Harper says he personally favours death penalty | Toronto Star but so far has not had the grit to follow through.

    Now, at last, is the time to do so, and few cases more advance the cause than that of scum who were recorded speaking about alleged terror plots they would conduct in retaliation for Canada’s military actions in Muslim countries…

    Those last few words are sufficient in themselves to show they are traitors.

    What manner of loyalty do such outlandish creatures have to Queen and Country, if they give more concern to irrelevant characteristics of the lands Canada is fighting in, irrelevancies like sectarian identity?




    They put allegiance to the indefensible umat concept above that due to their own fellow-citizens.

    They are unfit to live in a civilised country if they hold such views, and unfit to live at all if they engage in satanic schemes such as that involving the derailment of a Via Rail train travelling between New York and Toronto.  http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/men-convicted-in-via-terror-plot-handed-life-sentences-1.2577416

    However, going back to that link to Harper’s views on the death penalty, we can perhaps divine the reasons for his reluctance to grasp the nettle, seize the moment.

    His government briefly initiated a new policy whereby Canada no longer automatically sought clemency for Canadians facing the death penalty in democratic countries like the United States.

    And quite right too, I hear you, and most sane Canadians, saying.

    But what happened?


    The evil spectre of Turdeau Senior supervened.

    A Supreme Court ruling forced the government to abandon the policy.

    How dared those arrogant enemies within strike down foreign policy?

    Easy answer?  

    Harper shrank from invoking the only weapon in the constitutional armoury that was provided by far-sighted MPs back thirty plus years ago as the sole, last-ditch defence of democratic supremacy against activist judicial usurpation. 

    The Notwithstanding Clause. Canada’s bed-rock statute of popular sovereignty. Exalt it, Mr. Harper, and use it, to bolster a campaign for a return to civilised values, to extirpate the Enemy Within!

    • Paul Th. 08:14 on September 28, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      All good arguments but I don’t think Harper is inclined to ‘ignite’ the debate. He has done a reasonably good job and is running on his record.
      If Trudeau and Mulcair split the left vote, he should make it back to power. However, it’s too close to call in a lot of ridings. Canada’s first-past-the post British-style electoral system does not suit a three party system, four in Quebec, really, so I am not placing any bets on the outcome.

      Issues like the death penalty cut across party lines so that makes it hard for voters to make their views known.
      A referendum is the fair way to decide.


  • ross1948 12:01 on February 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'notwithstanding' clause, , , , , , Islamic Supreme Council of Canada, , , , ,   

    Turdophobia Alert – Opposes Appeal, Lacks Appeal! 

    Hard to believe one could detest The Turdeau Kid as much as one loathed his sire…





    ..but… Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is taking issue with Stephen Harper’s rationale for the decision to defend a federal ban on the wearing of face coverings at citizenship ceremonies.

    “The reason the prime minister gave last week for appealing the court’s decision around the niqab was, to my mind, not at all justifying the prime minister’s decision.”


    • burka  ‘Our home and native land..’ and where might that be?
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    • But do our many Canadian readers disagree with Harper’s policy, which I quote –

    At the very moment newcomers are joining the Canadian family, we believe new citizens should recite the oath proudly, loudly and for everyone to see and hear.”





    “Canadian citizenship confers both rights and responsibilities. The rules for obtaining it should apply equally to all.”


    We know that the Islamic Supreme Council of Canada, located in Alberta, which used to be a nice place, shares Turdo’s tastes for accommodating backward sectarians.

    They have called on the prime minister to reverse his plans to appeal. The group says the Federal Court’s decision to allow face coverings during citizenship ceremonies is “not an important issue,” but that Harper is making it one unnecessarily.

    It IS important. It says something about what Canada is, or should be. 

    The better question to raise is why such primitives – not the women but the men – are allowed to obtain citizenship in a civilised country.

    The bints’ owners (and ‘owners’ is a more apt word than husbands or fathers, when the relationship is so lop-sided that the wretched bints are forced to hide their faces when even their ugliest men-folk aren’t) should be sent home, with the bints, and told to study what women’s rights in the 21st century are all about.


    Harper’s Government has already passed legislation against importing ‘barbaric practices’ –

    ‘The Zero-Tolerance for Barbaric Cultural Practices Act’ – Canada Tells It Like it Is! 

     – wording which The Turd  didn’t like because he doesn’t appreciate diversity being dissed – so all it should take is a brief amendment to add wearing the scarves of subjugation to the list of offensive customs.

    As for the damn courts, it’s time they were slapped down. Harper should, if need be, invoke the ‘notwithstanding’ clause – this is just the sort of situation it was meant for, when Turdeau Senior’s blasted Charter was enacted. 


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