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  • ross1948 23:13 on February 21, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , , Mohawks, , , , Wetsuweten   

    Turdo’s Democracy – Dissent And Be Ostracised! 


    The polls show what you’d expect, that most Canadians don’t like anti-social ‘activists’ running amok, and want police to get stuck in.

    Majority of Canadians want an end to the blockades, support police intervention, poll finds

    But Pretty Boy Turdo and the Ottawa in-crowd don’t give a hoot about that!

    I have written harshly about HM Leader of the Opposition Andrew Scheer many a time..

    Petition To Shifty Scheer – Defend Free Speech From Turdo! 

    Hasil gambar untuk scheer the rebel

    Scheer

    Conservative leader’s free speech pledge wouldn’t apply in U of T .

    Lucky London Ontario’s Excellent Muslim Man! 

    ooooooooo

    …but in the Commons this week he talked sense!

    Scheer showed he was in near-perfect harmony with the decent majority fed up with the tiny minority of Red Indian extremists, far-left fanatics and habitual hooligans who seek to dictate their agenda by lawless subversion.

    Canada – Red Indian Tantrums, Gutless Oiks, Odd Spellings… 

    I quote from an article by a man who doesn’t approve of the Opposition leader’s words – apparently this geezer thinks Canadian society is too ‘complex’ to handle forthright responses to Enemy Within challenges!

    What had Scheer said? Well, a lot.

    That Trudeau’s speech was a “word salad” and “the weakest response to a national crisis in Canadian history.”

    That it was missing “a clear denunciation that the actions of these radical activists are illegal.”

    That a “mob” of “radical activists” was “trampling over the legal system which has governed our country for more than 150 years https://www.macleans.ca/politics/ottawa/justin-trudeau-ejects-a-protester/

    A most welcome verbal barrage!

    But simple sense these days incurs dire penalties.

    “I’m not gonna speak to you!”

    W …Justin Trudeau left the House for a meeting with the three party leaders closest to his perspective.

    Not invited: the leader of Her Majesty’s official opposition.

    .

    Andrew Scheer had “disqualified himself from constructive discussions with his unacceptable speech earlier today,” Trudeau told reporters.

    ‘Unacceptable’ to whom?

    Not unacceptable to normal decent Canadians, who understand that democracy itself becomes dysfunctional…

    .

    …when the leader of a constitutionally legitimate opposition, backed by millions of voters, is ‘disqualified’ for voicing the people’s outrage.

    But not to worry.

    Turdo was thus enabled to listen to the wit and wisdom of his troika, including one of the most anti-democratic political leaders (besides himself!) in Canadian history…

    ….

    Jagmeet Singh at the 2nd National Bike Summit in Ottawa in 2018
    …a leader with a fairly dodgy record of extremist connections…
    ……

    …the repulsive Singh, whose own intolerance of dissent from the in-crowd we heard just a few months ago.

    Turdo’s ‘Brown-Face?’ Howzabout Singh’s Brown-Shirt? 

    ….

    .

     
    • Arnold 15:38 on February 22, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      His father admired Communist China. The rotten apple falls not far from the tree.

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    • Anton Azditen 16:09 on February 23, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      You got that right. Turdo and Beardo, united against democracy.

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  • ross1948 11:17 on February 17, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: anti social agitators, , , Micmac, Montreal commuters, pipe-line protests, , Wetsuweten   

    Canada – Red Indian Tantrums, Gutless Oiks, Odd Spellings… 


    In Montreal, protests disrupted commuter train service on the Exo’s Candiac line, forcing the regional transit authority to sub in buses…

    Sounds like Canada’s suffering the same sort of anti-social tantrum antics that the X-Stinkos have been inflicting on Brits!

    But reading the report reveals that Red Indians are the main trouble-makers in this case…

    .

    If Magua was around today, he’d be obstructing commuters too!
    —————————————————————

    …. ‘blocking the Canadian Pacific rail line, impacting commuters at a number of stations.

    And what a supine response by ‘officials,’ who instead of calling in the cops, are ‘keeping an eye on the situation!’

    Useless plonkers!

    The hapless dorks declare that ‘service could be disrupted for an indefinite period…’

    That’s a damned disgrace.

    Elsewhere in Canada, we read in the same story, the Mounties seem to have been doing a good job, judging from the whining heard from evicted agitators, not yet as raucous as the ranting by undesirables when malevolent Mohawks ran amok some years ago….

    Mounties Under Fire For Tackling Lawless Louts! 

    J.P. GAGNON/Twitter

    Mohawk mayhem, seven years back, when the Ontario Provincial Police betrayed their duty to protect public order
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    …but noisily enough!

    .But going through the whole news spectrum, I find only one gem of sanity, from Max Bernier.

    Maxime comments about the blockades happening in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs: We cannot allow a tiny minority of reactionary fanatics to paralyze our economy.

    #PPC2019 #PeoplesParty #PartiPopulaire #BernierNation #CdnPoli
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    There is also a more general matter I have long meant to have a word about – the ridiculous re-spelling of Red Indian tribes’ names.

    https://globalnews.ca/news/6530419/wetsuweten-pipeline-protests-canada/

    The page is headlined Wet’suwet’en Pipeline Protests, but is that name not pronounced Wetsuweten?

    Here’s wikipedia –

    Witsuwitʼen is the correct spelling in the writing system in general use. In non-technical publications it is usually misspelled as Witsʼuwitʼen, Witʼsuwitʼen, Wetsʼuwetʼen, or Wetʼsuwetʼen due to the difficulty of distinguishing glottalized [ts] from plain [ts] and official spellings with <tsʼ> and <tʼs> in the name of the Wetʼsuwetʼen First Nation and the Office of the Wetʼsuwetʼen.

    In point of fact the [ts] is not glottalized. Older spellings include Hotsotʼen and Hwotsotʼen. …

    In other words, those apostrophes have just been inserted as some sort of affectation?

    Who knows? Not me, because I had never heard of that tribe.

    But I had heard of the Micmac Indians, on the far side of the Dominion.

    That was how their name was always spelt but, childishly, that perfectly adequate usage is more or less banned now..

    .

    …the slavish media aping ‘academics’ who, wikipedia again tells us, discarded ‘Micmac’ as ‘colonially tainted.’

    Wo’t A Lo’t O’ Ro’t!

     
    • Arnold 16:44 on February 17, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Culturally tainted!
      All of Canada was culturally tainted when they took down the statues of historical heroes.

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