Quote: Originally Posted by Gilgamesh
Since everything you said is a lie, you are destined to go to hell.
No beautiful virgins for you; just a tired worn out camel.
And that would be better than you really deserve.
You just might be able to redeem yourself by converting your body to a rotting carcass which would make you more favoured to your non- existent god.
That would be a win-win situation for everyone.
OH!!!! THAT IS FUNNY!!!!! The Muslim tells us the wrong doer will not be guided! Does that not explain ALL Muslim policy and propaganda?
WE cannot hope to influence the mind of the rabid Muslim terrorist wrong doer- but we CAN influence the minds of gravy hunting Cdn LIE-berals by raging against their muddled, divisive, costly and entirely FOOLISH anti Yankee and anti western stance!
I wish I had written this piece! Malcolm skewers our prime minster-that foolish and destructive Boy Justin Trudope and roasts him over a political fire! Our brainless Boy has so shamed us in front of all sensible people that he ought to be run out of town-and out of office! Its one thing for a private citizen to hold idiot views but its quite another for a Cdn prime minister to be such a fool! Malcolm says this:
Trudeau’s speech to UN naive.
By Candice Malcolm. First posted: Wednesday, September 21, 2016 07:45 PM EDT | Updated: Wednesday, September 21, 2016 07:54 PM EDT
Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau addresses the United Nations General Assembly at UN headquarters, September 20, 2016 in New York City. According to the UN Secretary-General Ban ki-Moon, the most pressing matter to be discussed at the General Assembly is the world's refugee crisis.
Trudeau's lack of substance suits the UN perfectly
Canada and our 'sorrys' perfect solution for world conflict
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, darling of the left and champion of progressive elites everywhere, delivered an Oscar-worthy performance in his inaugural address to the United Nations General Assembly this week.
With flair and pizazz, Trudeau warned against the rise of nationalism and anti-globalization sentiments, and urged leaders to confront fear by championing immigration and diversity.
“When leaders are faced with citizens’ anxiety, we have a choice to make. Do we exploit that anxiety or do we allay it?” said Trudeau.
This, in a nutshell, is everything wrong with Trudeau’s world view.
Trudeau used his platform on the world stage not to condemn terrorism, war crimes or crimes against humanity.
He didn’t talk about the plight of Christians in the Middle East, the genocide against Yazidis at the hands of ISIS, or of Russia’s military intervention in Ukraine.
Trudeau didn’t raise concerns over the Islamist terrorist group Boko Haram, its violent insurgency in Nigeria, or the status of 276 missing female students kidnapped from their school in 2014.
Trudeau made no mention of the ongoing civil wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Somalia, Pakistan, Yemen or Libya, or the role of state-sponsors of terrorism such as Iran and Saudi Arabia in fueling these conflicts and spreading a violent ideology.
He failed to mention the tens of thousands killed in these wars in 2016, or to discuss the millions affected by armed conflicts, terrorism, tyrannical governments and abusive regimes, many of whom had representatives in attendance for Trudeau’s speech.
Instead, Trudeau spent his moment in the spotlight condemning his political opponents, and taking a swipe at conservatives everywhere.
In Trudeau’s mind, Islamist terrorism and unchecked immigration are not as troubling as the fact many people want to talk about terrorism and unchecked immigration.
Somehow, discussing solutions is akin to “exploiting public anxiety”.
Ironically, Trudeau delivered his remarks from an armed fortress of security – the United Nations headquarters in New York City.
Days earlier, a radicalized Muslim migrant, according to police, planted improvised explosive devices in several locations in New York and New Jersey.
Three of those bombs detonated, one in the popular Manhattan neighbourhood of Chelsea, injuring 29 people.
In response to this terrorism, New York was on virtual lock down.
On top of the exceedingly heightened security alongside the United Nations General Assembly, the police presence was amplified even further.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo noted it was “probably the largest security presence ever amassed.” Ever.
Midtown Manhattan was transformed into a virtual police state. There were policemen and women on every corner, heavily-armed officers patrolling the city and large caravans of black SUVs blocking entire streets.
Civilians couldn’t get anywhere near the UN. I was there, I saw it.
Trudeau stood behind a wall of security and basically told the rest of us that we shouldn’t worry about terrorism, violence or unchecked immigration.
Rather than condemning terrorists and jihadists — the ones spreading the fear and anxiety Trudeau identifies — Trudeau scolded those who react to it, those who want to protect citizens and proactively stop terrorism.
Rather than being a champion of peace and stability on the world stage, Trudeau doubled down on his own narrow political agenda.
Trudeau’s message may be well-received by elites inside the United Nations bubble.
But to those on the outside — without police escorts and armed security guards — Trudeau demonstrated how naive and out of touch he is when it comes to the valid concerns of everyday Canadians.