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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

15 Replies to “One Australian offers his analysis on life there now”

  1. Who would’ve ever guessed that 25 years ago when Aussies submissively surrendered their guns that the country would devolve back into a penal colony police state?

  2. Canada They Bought the Opposition O’Toole & Trudeau
    from Armstrong Economics website:

    COMMENT: Hi Mr. Armstrong. Hope you are well Sir.
    My name is [R]. I wrote you a few years ago. Writing you from Canada.
    Just a note on our election here.
    Erin O’Toole leader of the Progressive Conservative party, is just like Trudeau without the hair and charisma. Same policies. Loves the UN, radical environmentalism and mass immigration. He may be prone to less gaffes, but he is just as bought by the globalists, billionaires and the UN as Trudeau is.
    The Canadian electorate is not an informed or critically thinking electorate. A good chunk of the population still believes the mainstream media narrative. If they real thinkers, leftist parties would never win a seat. Replacing Trudeau with O’Toole makes no difference. One would stab you in the back and lie he said he did not. The other would stab you in the back and claim the other guy did it.
    O’Toole’s campaign manager is Walied Soliman former UN “citizen” of the year who has deep ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
    O’Toole got rid of every real conservative since becoming leader and whipped his caucus to accept everything he stands for or leave the party. He has been silent on numerous injustices here including the burning down of almost 60 churches here nationwide. He rid his party of actual “conservatives”. There are only progressives left and those who love their pensions. O’Toole agrees with Trudeau more than he disagrees and he is supposed to be the Opposition.
    It is really the uni-party here vs. the PPC; all hard left wing authoritarian parties, including one leftist separatist party (the Bloc party in Quebec). All leftist parties would eventually force mandatory vaccinations for all here, as Trudeau has recently said as much.
    I am a founding member of the PPC from back in 2018 and I have written the leader Maxime Bernier many times and given him my best ideas. I do not even consider the PPC a “right wing” party. That is what the state media calls it. It is just a party of patriots who love Canada and want to see common sense policies that bring prosperity back to our nation. Canada has essentially been on the decline since the mid 1960’s when the socialists hijacked it for their globalist purposes.
    I am not sure if our vote counting system here has been compromised. But I know it is in our corrupt government’s sights. I wrote Elections Canada a couple of times and demanded that this election we need their staff and leaders to be extra diligent. However, I am not at unawares that it is easy to bribe people as a look at last year’s American election sure shows evidence for that.
    The PPC was banned from the national debates because Trudeau demanded a rule change and paid off the debate organization with ten million Canadian tax payer dollars. The corporate media either ignores the PPC, misrepresents them or slanders them. And big tech censors members.
    Even with all the adversity, the PPC is still growing in popularity.
    I understand in part the globalist power structure that wants to keep the Canadian population enslaved. However, having hope, even if it is a fool’s hope is still hope. The good thing about all the adversity is that the population is finally waking up.
    Thanks for your time and may the good Lord continue to bless you.
    Yours sincerely,
    RS

    ANSWER: It is a shame that the Conservatives offer no real alternative to Trudeau. It is like that song from the British girls, Mona Lisa Twins that they bought a politician and they bought the opposition just in case. I find it interesting that sometimes in music like this they really do hit the nail on the head. They are obviously targeting Bill Gates, but in Canada, they have eliminated the opposition.

  3. Canada PPC v Trudeau
    from Armstrong Economics website (Canada is very popular on this site today!)

    COMMENT: Hi Martin,
    I am from Canada, and I just read your post on the PPC Party – I badly want to vote PPC in the upcoming election. Their presence is strong here, at least where I live. But this scares me – if enough conservatives vote for PPC then the liberals could end up with a minority government, which would be disastrous for our country. I personally think that Trudeau timed it this way partly because of the hype around vaccine passports right now. The talk of vaccine passports are everywhere in the media, and the think tank behind the liberal government knows how passionate some people will oppose this and vote PPC because if it. They are counting on the conservatives getting less votes because of this… I believe the liberals love how much traction and popularity the PPC party is getting. I think i will vote conservative just to ensure Trudeau does not get back in with a minority. What are your thoughts?
    J

    REPLY: It is a very hard position. If Trudeau wins, I really see little hope for Alberta and the only choice will be to separate. Trudeau is so in bed with Schwab I cannot even distinguish between them. The push to destroy freedom in Canada is seen at the WEF as the best way to overthrow the United States. They believe that because Canada and Australia never rebelled against the UK as did the USA, the people will lay down easier and surrender all their rights. The COVID Passport will include everything about you from sexual preference to education. This is part of the authoritarianism our computer has warned is the trend into 2032.

    It simply seems to be the only way to resist and to keep Canada together as one nation right now. They all know that they must push this agenda now for their window closes at the end of 2022. They know the majority of people are just followers and will line up to do whatever they say. When I was growing up, there was an old Jewish man there who fled from Germany when it was just starting against the Jews. Basically, others there kept saying it would pass and return to normal. He told them they were stupid. He left, and we know what happened to those who thought there would be a return to normal.
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    COMMENT: Hi Martin,
    I am from Canada, and I just read your post on the PPC Party – I badly want to vote PPC in the upcoming election. Their presence is strong here, at least where I live. But this scares me – if enough conservatives vote for PPC then the liberals could end up with a minority government, which would be disastrous for our country. I personally think that Trudeau timed it this way partly because of the hype around vaccine passports right now. The talk of vaccine passports are everywhere in the media, and the think tank behind the liberal government knows how passionate some people will oppose this and vote PPC because if it. They are counting on the conservatives getting less votes because of this… I believe the liberals love how much traction and popularity the PPC party is getting. I think i will vote conservative just to ensure Trudeau does not get back in with a minority. What are your thoughts?
    J

    REPLY: It is a very hard position. If Trudeau wins, I really see little hope for Alberta and the only choice will be to separate. Trudeau is so in bed with Schwab I cannot even distinguish between them. The push to destroy freedom in Canada is seen at the WEF as the best way to overthrow the United States. They believe that because Canada and Australia never rebelled against the UK as did the USA, the people will lay down easier and surrender all their rights. The COVID Passport will include everything about you from sexual preference to education. This is part of the authoritarianism our computer has warned is the trend into 2032.

    It simply seems to be the only way to resist and to keep Canada together as one nation right now. They all know that they must push this agenda now for their window closes at the end of 2022. They know the majority of people are just followers and will line up to do whatever they say. When I was growing up, there was an old Jewish man there who fled from Germany when it was just starting against the Jews. Basically, others there kept saying it would pass and return to normal. He told them they were stupid. He left, and we know what happened to those who thought there would be a return to normal.

    Trudeau’s re-election is not going well. The crowds are aggressive and at times he has been unable to even get out of his bus. Those of us elsewhere are counting on Canadians to do the right thing and throw Trudeau out of his office to save not just Canada, but the world. They are professional liars. They are incapable of ever telling the truth and are only in this for their personal power.

  4. Will Canada Ditch Trudeau to Save the Nation from WEF?
    from Armstrong Economics website… Canada very popular on this site today!

    Maxime Bernier is a Canadian businessman, lawyer, and politician who served as a cabinet minister of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and as Member of Parliament for Beauce from 2006 to 2019. He is the founder and current leader of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC). His platform is still within the current establishment of how to run a government. The PPC would eliminate the deficit by the end of a first mandate, by phasing out all pandemic spending programs, cutting corporate welfare, cutting $5 billion in foreign development aid, defunding the CBC to save $1 billion, and cutting equalization payments as well as funding for programs that fall within the responsibilities of provinces or cities.

    On taxation, he proposes to cut personal income taxes, corporate taxes. and the personal capital gains tax.
    He wants to eliminate all multiculturalism funding and promote the integration of immigrants into Canadian society since there are already there. He would lower the total number of immigrants and refugees Canada accepts each year and accept a larger proportion of economic immigrants. The PPC would limit the number of immigrants accepted under the family reunification program. He also wants to fund police for background checks on immigrants. He also wants would-be immigrants to answer questions about “Canadian values and societal norms” in a face-to-face interview. OMG! The thought of actually screening an immigrant in person? This makes Trudeau’s buddies crazy. George Soros’s head spins counterclockwise and Klaus Schwabs spin clockwise. This would defeat their idea of the United Nation ruling the world and the elimination of borders.

    The PPC wants to listen to scientists not 16-year-old girls for advice. The PPC believes there are “uncertainties over the scientific basis of global warming” and there is no reason for government interventions. After all, the UN would not allow any scientific opposition to speak at its conferences because climate change is the tool by which they are arguing that we need a one-world government to fight human activities on a global scale to save the planet. No single government can do this job, Everyone must surrender to the UN.

    The PPC would withdraw from the Paris agreement and abandon “unrealistic” greenhouse gas emissions-reduction targets. Because of this, you can bet the international Deep State will be actively trying to defeat the PPC as they worked diligently to remove Trump. They gave us Biden. In a recent conversation with someone that runs a breakfast spot, the people would be complaining about everything Trump ever said or did. Now they are dead silent about Biden. The PPC would actually save Canada for a Trudeau victory will raise the stakes for Alberta to separate or die.

    The PPC wants to go after Big Tech which has been in cahoots with Trudeau who has sought to use regulation to curtail free expression on the internet. They also want to restore normalcy by repealing legislation adding gender identity to prohibited grounds of discrimination, and repeal a non-binding motion condemning Islamophobia. He wants to refine the vague definition of hate speech in the Criminal Code to explicitly advocating the use of force against identifiable groups or individuals based on protected criteria.

    Then the PPC wants to approach COVID-19 rationally and scientifically, protecting the most vulnerable while rejecting “coercion and discrimination.” Historically, you quarantine the sick. When you restrict the entire population that is called tyranny. NEVER before in history has any such pandemic been politically used for political objectives that have nothing to do with the disease. Vaccines will ONLY eradicate a disease when it is like smallpox that was confined to humans. We cannot cure influenza or any coronavirus because it also exists in animals and will always mutate. One year we will have the bid flu and the next the swine flu. The ONLY way to cure COVID is to expel politics from health.

    Canada is being controlled by the international foreign agenda. If the people really want to save their country, they better overthrow Trudeau.

  5. Pfizer Creating COVID Pills you Take Daily + Vaccine
    from Armstrong Economics website

    Pfizer Pills

    Pfizer is now looking to come out with a pill you take daily in addition to your vaccine for COVID. Clearly, this virus has been so exploited it is amazing. At least Europe tracks the death from their vaccines and those injured. So, what is the objective here? The vaccines do not work so we now also take pills?

    If Bill Gates gets just $1 from every shot and pill, he is on his way to becoming not just the richest man now, but the richest man in 6,000 years of recorded history. He will indeed become the global czar of health without ever having to go to medical school. Doctors bow to kiss his feet and listen to every word he says for obviously, he knows more about health and viruses than anyone else on the planet ever in all recorded history.

    Perhaps something will go wrong for our computer projects that Pfizer stock is not destined for some perpetual bull market ahead. Shareholders of Pfizer – BEWARE 2022!

  6. Why vaccine passports make things worse: Full Comment with Anthony Furey
    Christine Van Geyn explains why they will also cause serious harm both to individuals and to our society.

    The majority of Canadians have been clamoring for vaccine passports as a way to make them feel safer about COVID-19. But while feeling safe isn’t the same as actually being safe, politicians are rushing ahead with these polarizing policies anyway. Christine Van Geyn, litigation director at the Canadian Constitution Foundation, talks to Anthony about why passport policies probably won’t work, but they will likely cause serious harm both to individuals and to our society. (Recorded September 2, 2021.)

    https://nationalpost.com/opinion/why-vaccine-passports-make-things-worse-full-comment-with-anthony-furey

  7. Tom Mulcair: Trudeau, O’Toole engaged in ‘phony’ war over gun control
    SAINT-SAUVEUR, QUEBEC — A phony war on guns.

    Back in March, one of the main groups lobbying for stricter gun controls declared that Justin Trudeau was no longer welcome to attend their activities commemorating the École Polytechnique feminicide.

    Trudeau had often been a speaker at these very moving events held in memory of 14 women who were killed because they were women.

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    Comprised mostly of the families of victims, as well as survivors of that mass murder, the group PolySeSouvient (Poly remembers) was fed up with the broken promises and equivocation of the Liberals on gun control.

    What Bill Blair had announced fell well short of what had been promised and the group was no longer willing to accept to be a backdrop to allow Trudeau to emote. They wanted action and were calling him out for his failure.

    It was with no small irony that over the weekend, sensing it had Erin O’Toole on the run on the issue of gun control, the Liberals trotted out the very same Bill Blair to announce new and improved gun control measures!

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    In a country that prides itself on being far more rational than Americans on the issue of firearms, I’ve sadly been through more than my share of commemorations and funerals after shootings.

    When I was a minister in the Québec government, I attended the funeral of Valérie Gignac, a 25-year-old police officer in my riding who’d been shot through a door and right through her bullet-proof vest with a high-powered hunting rifle.

    The Polytechnic monument to the 14 women killed was just below the window of my federal riding office in Montréal and I had attended the commemorations.

    I went to Québec City right after the Islamophobic mass murder at the mosque there. The shock and horror at what had taken place shook all of us to the core. Despite meeting the full definition of a terrorist act, it has never been prosecuted as such. The weapon used was indeed an assault-style rifle (a Czech vz. 58, similar to an AK-47) but the killer had also been able to easily acquire an arsenal, including restricted handguns, by simply lying about his mental health history.

    The debate now largely revolves around the types of weapons, their shapes, what they look like. Assault-style essentially means that they look like the automatic weapons that are used by armed forces.

    There are objective reasons to want to control them, they’re often smaller and easier to conceal than a hunting rifle but in Canada both the hunting rifle and the assault-style weapon have a five-bullet limit on what the gun’s magazine can hold.

    In a country where hunting is a major activity, no one has ever talked about restricting high-powered hunting rifles. It’s more what the weapon looks like, not what it can do, that remains the focus of our attention.

    Since Harper abolished the long-gun registry, a police officer approaching a house where a domestic dispute has been signalled doesn’t know if there are weapons inside. So much for helping with law and order.

    O’Toole was not lying when he said during the TVA debate that he was going to keep the ban, he was just not clear on which ban he was referring to. Trudeau was right when he called him out on his intention to roll back restrictions. That was indeed the Conservative platform proposal.

    O’Toole pleaded that he was always referring to the 1977 ban on automatic weapons brought in by Pierre Trudeau. That was a bit of a nose stretcher and O’Toole has been forced to do an uncharacteristic about-face. He had every intention of removing the new rules and gun lobbyists had boasted as much after meeting with him.

    O’Toole’s statement during the TVA debate was, like Trudeau’s past promises, an equivocation. Both protagonists in this gun control phony war are playing hide and seek. Trudeau with his failure to act during the six years he’s been in power, O’Toole with his real intentions.

    Trudeau is promising to finally get it right if only Canadians will elect him for a third time. Problem is, he’s had six years to do it and hasn’t.

    O’Toole is promising to maintain the restrictions and carry out an objective review. Problem is, he’s already tipped his hand as to what that review should conclude.

    Trudeau has been handed a ballot issue that will also help him to define his adversary with voters. Canada’s largest cities have seen an alarming increase in gun violence and people are worried. Of course, the Greater Toronto area, with its 50 seats, remains the prize that the Liberals must win if they hope to hold onto power. This is a tailor-made issue for them.

    O’Toole gamely and correctly points out that the increase in guns and violence can be laid at the Liberal doorstep. Failure to enforce at the border and a large influx of guns did in fact occur during the Liberal watch. But those are facts and the debate is no longer about facts, it’s about feelings and emotions, areas where Trudeau excels.

    This is the type of issue that helps decide elections. Liberal failures are easily forgotten when Trudeau is standing behind a podium with a picture of an assault-style rifle with a big red circle around it.

    Big red circle, indeed!

    Tom Mulcair was the former leader of the federal New Democratic Party of Canada between 2012 and 2017.

  8. MALCOLM: How Trudeau is losing the support of voters

    We have seen this anger manifest in large protests — sometimes ugly, vulgar and unruly — across the country at Trudeau’s campaign events.

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    When people hear that Trudeau is in town, many show up to give him a piece of their mind. The anti-Trudeau protests, however, are not the only evidence of the turning of the tides.

    An Angus Reid poll from late August told us that “Trudeau (is) now the most unfavourably viewed major party leader in the country.”

    “The Liberal leader is now the most intensely disliked among his major party challengers, with fully two-in-five (41%) saying they view him ‘very unfavourably.’”

    A fraction of the country has long viewed Trudeau as a smug, entitled, self-righteous, and condescending politician who doesn’t practice what he preaches.

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    Despite his long list of offences — multiple ethical lapses, groping allegations, racism, corruption, economic illiteracy and pitting Canadians against one another — Trudeau somehow managed to remain the “sunny ways” candidate to enough Canadians to eke out a minority government in the 2019 election.

    But this is no longer 2019, and more and more Canadians are seeing Trudeau in a different light.

    Trudeau can no longer rely on puff pieces from cultural influencers abroad as he did in 2015 — his history of wearing racist “blackface” makeup, firing confident women and failing to hold his male colleagues to account amid sexual abuse allegations makes him persona non grata to the avant-garde left. Fake-emoting and over dramatic speeches no longer fool them.

    And, Trudeau can no longer base his political identity on being the anti-Trump as he did in 2019. Trump is long gone, and so too is the imperative to contrast America’s boorish President with our own progressive leader.

    In 2021, we’re left with just Justin — and even Canadians who once supported Trudeau are now looking elsewhere.

    I spent the week in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia and I must admit I was surprised by the conversations I had with former Liberal voters on the West Coast.

    “I’ve had enough of his smarmy ways,” said a retired government employee and former Trudeau voter. She told me she is considering a vote for the NDP just to get rid of Trudeau.

    Another former Liberal voter — a stay-at-home mother who identifies as an environmentalist and of the political left — told me she will be voting for O’Toole’s Conservatives this time around.

    She opposed the lockdowns, opposes forced vaccinations and supports the ideas of People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier, however, she said she will be voting Conservative because they have a better shot at winning in her riding.

    If Trudeau loses voters like these, then it’s all over for the Liberals.

    My anecdotal conversations with former Liberal voters was also reflected in the same Angus Reid poll previously mentioned. The poll found that Trudeau is losing support with every age group and gender demographic in the country.

    This is very troubling for Team Trudeau because he is particularly bleeding support among women — the most important voting block for Liberals and considered Trudeau’s “staunchest supporters.”

    Perhaps this is why The Hill Times reported that the reception at the doors for Liberal campaigners has been “a lot worse” than it was in 2019.

    In Ernest Hemingway’s classic novel The Sun Also Rises, a character named Mike is asked, “How did you go bankrupt?” Mike answered: “Two ways. Gradually, then suddenly.”

    This is turning out to be the story of the 2021 federal election.

    How did Trudeau lose the support of Canadians? Gradually, over the course of six years of growing anger over scandal, mismanagement and arrogance, then suddenly, during a 36-day election campaign Trudeau triggered himself, for selfish purposes, without realizing his own unpopularity.

  9. Drug Possession Charges Dropped Across Ontario At An Unprecedented Rate – Gun Violence Up

    In the past 12 months, courts across Ontario have withdrawn or stayed 85 per cent of drug possession charges in the system before they ever reached trial, according to public data analyzed by CBC Toronto.

    By comparison, 45 per cent of such charges were dropped in 2019, prior to the pandemic.

    The data — which spans July 2020 to June 2021 — reveals inconsistent patterns in various regions across Ontario in how prosecutors have dealt with a backlog of cases caused by COVID-19 disruptions, while Canada’s politicians move closer toward decriminalization.

    It also comes a year after a 2020 directive, asking federal Crowns to avoid prosecuting drug possession charges.

    Gun violence is up I wonder if there’s a link? Fact check: is gun violence rising in Canada?

    … Criminal gun violence has risen in Canada — and by a fairly significant margin, according to Statistics Canada.

    From 2009 to 2019 criminal use of firearms increased 81 per cent, the agency reported. 2019 saw a nine per cent increase over the previous year.

    This includes not just discharging a firearm, but also pointing it — for example, as part of a bank robbery.

    And the COVID-19 pandemic did not do much of anything to reverse the trend.

  10. That Australian, the one in the video saying that “Covid is communism,” is one brave man. And he is not wrong, not at all, about what is happening. But there’s something more he could have added: It isn’t just “communism,” but “Chinese communism,” namely that the People’s Republic of China, specifically its communist leaders – are deep inside this plot. Their fingerprints are all over it, as are those of the most-prominent billionaire globalists as well.

    Whenever possible, it is important to be specific about the identities of the (suspected/known) perpetrators of this enormous atrocity, this crime against humanity on a global scale, which is being committed. Those responsible will work very hard – even frantically – to keep themselves in the shadows, will attempt to blame others, and so on…. but sunlight is the best disinfectant and always has been.

  11. So, when do the Aussies go full Christopher Dorner to take back their God-given liberties? Oops, I forgot. They gave up all their firearms and have been complacent sheeple in a socialist septic tank for years and years. Bread, circuses, and Foster’s. G’bye, mates.

  12. True, every word of it and I have the utmost empathy for you. But I have to say, you took the first step down this path when you allowed your weapons to be taken away, “in the name of public safety”, to make everyone safer. As if any weapon ever devised ever killed anyone or anything without first having someones hand behind it.
    Remember and never ever forget, ANYTHING is a weapon and can be used to obtain greater weapons. The ONLY thing that can be used as a weapon against you is your own apathy and submission to tyranny, believing there is nothing you can do. When you believe that, you have already stated you are nothing but a slave.

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