Trudeau and the Pipelines


captain morgan
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Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Trudeau calls blockades an 'unacceptable situation' ahead of cabinet meeting


Looks like they are going to forcefully beg and plead to remove the blockades, yeah, yeah that's the ticket you show them who's boss /smh


tater tot better dust off his knee pads and practice his cap-in-hand begging position.


... Maybe JT should ask permission from the chiefs first to get his knee pads
 
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Mowich
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#92
From the BC court injunction ruling 2019 BCSC 2264, para. 152:

"...the defendants [hereditary chiefs] chose not to engage in consultation with the plaintiff [Coastal Gas] or to challenge the permits and authorizations when they were issued."

Now wouldn't it be great if the liberal paid for media decide to report on this fact.
 
Mowich
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#93
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

tater tot better dust off his knee pads and practice his cap-in-hand begging position.


... Maybe JT should ask permission from the chiefs first to get his knee pads


Ineptocracy (in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.


Canada under the lily-livered spineless liberal twits.
 
Ron in Regina
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#94
Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix View Post

Tsk tsk. Damn racists.
The typical racist leftard: "Not only do Natives think as a single bloc, I presume to speak for that bloc."


Ya know, you'd think if these so-called "activists" really cared about the Native people, they'd be all fired up about the reserves that don't have access to clean drinking water. But nope, clearly the enviro-racists only care about pushing their own agenda and are only too happy to simply use the Natives in Eastern Canada who are anti-pipeline to do it.



What you're seeing from the ALT-left here and in the rest of the Western World is a systematic attack on all of the values the Western World was built on. Things like family, community, rule of law, to name just a few. Is it perfect? Nope, no system is. But this garbage where a tiny minority can hold a country hostage while damaging its economy and reputation when it comes to trade and all the govt does is tell us they are "dialoguing" with them as we speak is utter nonsense. How the hell is THAT an improvement on anything?


Maybe the govt needs to start teaching people about how far certain rights can legally go. Like the right to protest.

Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Trudeau calls blockades an 'unacceptable situation' ahead of cabinet meeting

Looks like they are going to forcefully beg and plead to remove the blockades, yeah, yeah that's the ticket you show them who's boss /smh



So, I worked all day and I'm out'a the loop. Trudeau has found his own Nut Sack? When's the deadline? When are the domestic terrorists to have these blockades removed & what are the consequences for those that further disobey the injunctions? What are the initial consequences for those currently disobeying the injunctions? What are any consequences for any of the law breakers? What is to prevent the next group of disgruntled freaks from coming out'a their mothers basements to repeat this nonsense?
 
Ron in Regina
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#95
Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

This is why, they won't arrest the protestors but remove their blockade, and YOU will be arrested.

https://www.thepostmillennial.com/va...line-blockade/

One man was arrested for obstruction after he repeatedly tore down the barriers erected by the protesters. Police refused to arrest any of the protesters who were blocking the highway as they did not have orders from their superiors to do so. ???

This is crazy. The man arrested for "Obstruction" for removing illegal barricades across a highway....What was he Obstructing to be charged with "Obstruction" ???
 
Ron in Regina
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#96
Quote: Originally Posted by Girth View Post

Trudeau asks for patience as rail blockades continue, bars Scheer from leaders' meeting



Trudeau met with opposition leaders to discuss government response to protests — but didn't invite Scheer

John Paul Tasker · CBC News · Posted: Feb 18, 2020 9:28 AM ET | Last Updated: 3 minutes ago
Addressing the House of Commons Tuesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asked Canadians to be patient with his government as it seeks a negotiated end to Indigenous protests that have crippled the country's transportation network.
Trudeau said his government is committed to "dialogue" over the use of force with the Indigenous protesters who have shut down CN Rail in eastern Canada and much of Via Rail's services nationwide by blocking a key artery in southern Ontario.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said Trudeau's call for more talks with the protesters has emboldened "radical activists" who are intent on holding the Canadian economy hostage.

In a forceful response to Trudeau, Scheer said the prime minister's reluctance to use the police to stop the illegal blockades was akin to appeasement, a stance that privileges activists over "hard-working Canadians" and Indigenous people who support development.

Trudeau held a meeting with opposition leaders later Tuesday but didn't extend an invitation to Scheer. Speaking to reporters after the talks, Trudeau said Scheer's speech signalled he isn't willing to cooperate.

"Mr. Scheer disqualified himself from constructive discussions with his unacceptable speech earlier today," Trudeau said.



Scheer called Trudeau's address "the weakest response to a national crisis in Canadian history."

He said Trudeau's speech offered Canadians "a word salad" with no meaningful plan to restore rail service and end the illegal blockades that are hampering the country's economy.

"The prime minister's statement was a complete abdication of responsibility and leadership," Scheer said. "The prime minister has emboldened and encouraged this kind of behaviour."

Scheer said Trudeau is standing with activists who are determined to shut down the country's energy industry.
"Will our country be one of the rule of the law, or will our country be one of the rule of the mob?" Scheer asked.
On Friday, Scheer said the prime minister should direct the RCMP to remove the protesters. The Ontario Provincial Police are on hand in Tyendinaga but they have not yet enforced a court injunction that gives them the power to dismantle the protest camps and arrest those behind the blockade.

Business groups were calling on the federal government Tuesday to take steps to immediately restore full rail service.

Dennis Darby, CEO of Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, said the situation is "beyond serious."

The group estimates that goods worth about $425 million are being stranded every day the blockade continues — and it will take three to four days of work to recover from a single day of disruption.

Bob Masterson, president and CEO of the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada, said a prolonged shutdown inevitably would lead to shortages of his industry's products, such as jet fuel for planes, propane for home heating and chlorine for drinking water.

source: https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/tru...ouse-1.5466878

So now that Trudeau bothered to come back to Canada in February (Brrrr ...) , and has been here for a week now, and got some selfies and hung out with Marge & Ellie May and the Bloc-Guy to wring their hands and point their fingers at Andrew Sheer for having an actual solution and the testicular fortitude to express it....when's the deadline for the illegal blockades removal for this unacceptable situation?

I hope everyone remembers this week when the next federal election takes place.
 
Girth
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#97
Not all heroes wear capes:

https://twitter.com/ezralevant/statu...48136358682624
 
Ron in Regina
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#98
Day 16: Justin Trudeau just made the speech that he should have made weeks ago. It took a lot of Canadians’ loud voices and for the situation to get desperate to get this government to work for the majority of Wet’suwet’en who want the pipeline, and for Canadians who need the supplies that the railroads ship and passenger trains. http://tnc.news/2020/02/18/trudeau-excludes-scheer-from-meeting-about-blockades/

It seems Andrew Scheer was right. Will Mr. Trudeau support the process that gave Coastal GasLink the approval to continue construction? If that does not happen, investment is dead in Canada. http://www.thepostmillennial.com/trudeau-admits-scheer-was-right-in-calling-for-blockades-to-end/

Does Justin Trudeau’s new tone on the Canadian blockades, which have embarrassingly paralyzed our nation’s economy for two weeks, sound familiar to you? It should. Trudeau’s new approach on the matter is that every attempt has been made at reaching an agreement to peacefully end the blockades. But what Trudeau seemingly failed to realize is that the people hijacking Canada’s economy do not want peace. They aren’t ones for reasonable discourse. They want the complete shutdown of Canada’s natural resource industry, and it’s something that Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer correctly called them out for from the get-go.

Trudeau’s response this time around is the correct one, somewhat. There’s still nothing concrete in place, and he is more so acting on faith based on the false pretense that Trudeau’s word will clear the railways on their own.

In reality, he’s implying the police should finally do their jobs, something the leader of any nation should do immediately when a group of citizens decide to start breaking the law–threatening thousands of jobs and the entire country’s economy.

But this still is too little, much too late. With every comment that Trudeau gave on the matter, up until this point, were all the same copy-and-paste that we’d expect from a politician cautious to give any concrete answer.

Each answer touched on Canada being a rule of law, yet when asked by reporters or by Bloc Quebecois Party Leader in the House of Commons when this issue would be resolved. Each time, Trudeau insisted that he was meeting with opposing voices (Except Andrew Scheer who is the voice of more voters than any other party in the last Federal Election, of coarse) to find the solution (that Andrew Scheer stated a week ago).

What action did Trudeau call for today that Andrew Scheer was not calling for nearly four days ago? Scheer correctly identified the opposing voices as a small group of radical activists with little to no connection to First Nations communities—restless radicals who want nothing but to see Canada’s oil and gas industry shut down.

“Canadians have been patient. Our government has been patient. The barricades must come done now,” said Trudeau of the matter. “The injunctions must be obeyed. The law must be upheld.” A fine sentiment, but when dealing with reconciliation, how much should we be willing to sacrifice?

“Justin Trudeau has caused this problem. He elevated these protests to the same level as efforts for reconciliation as recently as this Tuesday, and now, he’s finally realized that there are two different things at play here,” said Scheer, before once again calling out the eco-radicals stunting our country. “Justin Trudeau has already taken force off the table. He has refused to use the authority that he has, and is relying on the goodwill of protestors to take down the barricades. This is not leadership. This is nothing but phony resolve.”

The ball is, was, and always has been in Justin Trudeau’s court, and he has failed Canadians at every turn once again. Let’s hope that for the good of our economy and our communities that Trudeau doesn’t continue to fail when finally getting major Canadian infrastructure up and running again.


Justin is still trying to claim that it's the responsibility of the provinces and provincial police to enforce Federal Jurisdiction in the interference of inter-provincial trade, and I expect nothing more of him than to weasel his way through this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pFW8aHMlZ0
Last edited by Ron in Regina; Feb 21st, 2020 at 09:18 PM..Reason: added video link
 
pgs
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#99
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

Day 16: Justin Trudeau just made the speech that he should have made weeks ago. It took a lot of Canadians’ loud voices and for the situation to get desperate to get this government to work for the majority of Wet’suwet’en who want the pipeline, and for Canadians who need the supplies that the railroads ship and passenger trains. http://tnc.news/2020/02/18/trudeau-excludes-scheer-from-meeting-about-blockades/

It seems Andrew Scheer was right. Will Mr. Trudeau support the process that gave Coastal GasLink the approval to continue construction? If that does not happen, investment is dead in Canada. http://www.thepostmillennial.com/trudeau-admits-scheer-was-right-in-calling-for-blockades-to-end/

Does Justin Trudeau’s new tone on the Canadian blockades, which have embarrassingly paralyzed our nation’s economy for two weeks, sound familiar to you? It should. Trudeau’s new approach on the matter is that every attempt has been made at reaching an agreement to peacefully end the blockades. But what Trudeau seemingly failed to realize is that the people hijacking Canada’s economy do not want peace. They aren’t ones for reasonable discourse. They want the complete shutdown of Canada’s natural resource industry, and it’s something that Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer correctly called them out for from the get-go.

Trudeau’s response this time around is the correct one, somewhat. There’s still nothing concrete in place, and he is more so acting on faith based on the false pretense that Trudeau’s word will clear the railways on their own.

In reality, he’s implying the police should finally do their jobs, something the leader of any nation should do immediately when a group of citizens decide to start breaking the law–threatening thousands of jobs and the entire country’s economy.

But this still is too little, much too late. With every comment that Trudeau gave on the matter, up until this point, were all the same copy-and-paste that we’d expect from a politician cautious to give any concrete answer.

Each answer touched on Canada being a rule of law, yet when asked by reporters or by Bloc Quebecois Party Leader in the House of Commons when this issue would be resolved. Each time, Trudeau insisted that he was meeting with opposing voices (Except Andrew Scheer who is the voice of more voters than any other party in the last Federal Election, of coarse) to find the solution (that Andrew Scheer stated a week ago).

What action did Trudeau call for today that Andrew Scheer was not calling for nearly four days ago? Scheer correctly identified the opposing voices as a small group of radical activists with little to no connection to First Nations communities—restless radicals who want nothing but to see Canada’s oil and gas industry shut down.

“Canadians have been patient. Our government has been patient. The barricades must come done now,” said Trudeau of the matter. “The injunctions must be obeyed. The law must be upheld.” A fine sentiment, but when dealing with reconciliation, how much should we be willing to sacrifice?

“Justin Trudeau has caused this problem. He elevated these protests to the same level as efforts for reconciliation as recently as this Tuesday, and now, he’s finally realized that there are two different things at play here,” said Scheer, before once again calling out the eco-radicals stunting our country. “Justin Trudeau has already taken force off the table. He has refused to use the authority that he has, and is relying on the goodwill of protestors to take down the barricades. This is not leadership. This is nothing but phony resolve.”

The ball is, was, and always has been in Justin Trudeau’s court, and he has failed Canadians at every turn once again. Let’s hope that for the good of our economy and our communities that Trudeau doesn’t continue to fail when finally getting major Canadian infrastructure up and running again.


Justin is still trying to claim that it's the responsibility of the provinces and provincial police to enforce Federal Jurisdiction in the interference of inter-provincial trade, and I expect nothing more of him than to weasel his way through this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pFW8aHMlZ0

They must be running out of propane and fresh produce east of Ontario .
 
Mowich
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#100
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

So, I worked all day and I'm out'a the loop. Trudeau has found his own Nut Sack? When's the deadline? When are the domestic terrorists to have these blockades removed & what are the consequences for those that further disobey the injunctions? What are the initial consequences for those currently disobeying the injunctions? What are any consequences for any of the law breakers? What is to prevent the next group of disgruntled freaks from coming out'a their mothers basements to repeat this nonsense?


The Saint-Lambert blockade came down tonight Ron. Not a single detail regarding the other questions you raised.
 
Ron in Regina
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#101
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

So now that Trudeau bothered to come back to Canada in February (Brrrr ...) , and has been here for a week now, and got some selfies and hung out with Marge & Ellie May and the Bloc-Guy to wring their hands and point their fingers at Andrew Sheer for having an actual solution and the testicular fortitude to express it....when's the deadline for the illegal blockades removal for this unacceptable situation?

I hope everyone remembers this week when the next federal election takes place.

http://globalnews.ca/news/6581735/wetsuweten-meeting-delayed-chief/
A Wet’suwet’en hereditary chief says a planned meeting with federal ministers may be delayed after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “unfortunate” comments on the rail blockades crippling Canada’s economy.

Trudeau said his government had done its best to end the rail blockades that have been held across the country for two weeks, but the responsibility now lies with Indigenous leaders and with police to seek a peaceful resolution.

He stopped short of ordering RCMP to move in and clear those blockades, while admitting those in Ontario are under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Provincial Police.



“It’s put things into a bit of confusion, and it may have even delayed the discussions that we had scheduled for next week,” Na’Moks said.

Na’Moks said Trudeau’s comments will have caused any “predicament” that may come in the future, including delaying our outright scuttling talks between the chiefs and the ministers.

“We can’t jump into this after the statements of the prime minister threatening our cousins, the Mohawk, so it will definitely be delayed,” he said. “Our chiefs are going to have to stay longer with the Mohawk, because they were standing in solidarity with us.

Chief Na’Moks told Global News Radio CKNW Friday that he and the other four hereditary chiefs opposed to the Coastal GasLink pipeline project were speaking by phone with Crown–Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett and Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller, and had agreed to a meeting set for Monday. But around the time the chiefs and ministers were speaking, he says Trudeau gave his press conference, in which he called for the blockades to come down.

The Ministry of Crown–Indigenous Relations has not confirmed that any phone discussion took place between Bennett and the chiefs.

Bennett was at Trudeau’s press conference, standing behind the prime minister as he spoke — despite Na’Moks claiming she, Miller and the chiefs were in the middle of discussions when Trudeau began speaking??? Na’Moks has said the meeting initially set for Monday would discuss RCMP leaving traditional lands and ceasing patrols there, as well as the chiefs’ other request that Coastal GasLink halt work in the area?



We will not have discussions under duress,” he said. “We want this to be peaceful and in good faith.” ????

Only if those conditions are met will talks continue, he says. Although 20 elected First Nations councils along the 670-kilometre path of the Coastal GasLink pipeline have signed agreements with the company — including those of the Wet’suwet’en — Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs say the project has no authority without their consent.
 
Mowich
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#102
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

So now that Trudeau bothered to come back to Canada in February (Brrrr ...) , and has been here for a week now, and got some selfies and hung out with Marge & Ellie May and the Bloc-Guy to wring their hands and point their fingers at Andrew Sheer for having an actual solution and the testicular fortitude to express it....when's the deadline for the illegal blockades removal for this unacceptable situation?

I hope everyone remembers this week when the next federal election takes place.

I doubt many of us will forget these 15 days and counting, Ron. Even Justin's bro Barrack must be thinking ' hey, get some balls man.'


Three weeks ago when all this first started to blow up in the government's face, the chiefs who are responsible for all the protests and blockades asked for a meet and greet with the little twerp. 3 weeks ago. Just think how things might be now had he attended that meeting.
 
pgs
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#103
Quote: Originally Posted by Mowich View Post

I doubt many of us will forget these 15 days and counting, Ron. Even Justin's bro Barrack must be thinking ' hey, get some balls man.'


Three weeks ago when all this first started to blow up in the government's face, the chiefs who are responsible for all the protests and blockades asked for a meet and greet with the little twerp. 3 weeks ago. Just think how things might be now had he attended that meeting.

He was busy prancing around Africa spreading money around . Your money of course .
 
Ron in Regina
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#104
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

He was busy prancing around Africa spreading money around . Your money of course .

 
Ron in Regina
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#105
Quote: Originally Posted by Mowich View Post

I doubt many of us will forget these 15 days and counting, Ron. Even Justin's bro Barrack must be thinking ' hey, get some balls man.'


Three weeks ago when all this first started to blow up in the government's face, the chiefs who are responsible for all the protests and blockades asked for a meet and greet with the little twerp. 3 weeks ago. Just think how things might be now had he attended that meeting.

http://nationalpost.com/news/newsalert-protesters-abandon-quebec-blockade

ST-LAMBERT, Que. — Protesters have left a site south of Montreal where they had been blockading railway tracks since Wednesday.

The end of the blockade follows the arrival this afternoon of riot police dispatched to enforce an injunction ordering protesters off Canadian National Railway tracks in St-Lambert, Que.

Earlier in the evening, the roughly two dozen protesters had begun dismantling their encampment, taking down tents and hauling their supplies to the edge of a security perimeter established by municipal police.

A spokesman for the protesters, who had been blocking the rail line in a show of solidarity with Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs in British Columbia, vowed that other blockades would appear.

Emotions flared earlier in the day as the protesters dug in next to the CN tracks despite being served with an injunction Thursday ordering that the site be cleared.

......& the consequences of the illegal blockades (current & future) are???
 
Mowich
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#106
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

http://globalnews.ca/news/6581735/wetsuweten-meeting-delayed-chief/
A Wet’suwet’en hereditary chief says a planned meeting with federal ministers may be delayed after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “unfortunate” comments on the rail blockades crippling Canada’s economy.

Trudeau said his government had done its best to end the rail blockades that have been held across the country for two weeks, but the responsibility now lies with Indigenous leaders and with police to seek a peaceful resolution.

He stopped short of ordering RCMP to move in and clear those blockades, while admitting those in Ontario are under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Provincial Police.







Where did you find those hilarious memes, Ron................I'm still laughing.

Predicament - a difficult, unpleasant, or embarrassing situation. Well, that certainly leaves the door wide open for any and all mayhem.

I'm sorry but can't they find any spokesperson able to succinctly state their case? I'm still trying to figure out exactly what ' including delaying our outright scuttling talks' means.

I read this, We can’t jump into this..." and immediately thought of Chief Louie's comment about 'Injun Time.'

We will not have discussions under duress,” Then don't. Just remember you were given the chance and don't come whinging later that you were not listened to.

We want this to be peaceful and in good faith.” Peaceful people don't hide behind masks...........and you really blew the 'good faith' part when you allowed.......no you encouraged the erection of blockades. Protest is one thing. What you have done is take that right and abuse it by illegally blocking vital rail lines.
 
Ron in Regina
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#107
Quote: Originally Posted by Mowich View Post

Where did you find those hilarious memes, Ron................I'm still laughing.

Predicament - a difficult, unpleasant, or embarrassing situation. Well, that certainly leaves the door wide open for any and all mayhem.

I'm sorry but can't they find any spokesperson able to succinctly state their case? I'm still trying to figure out exactly what ' including delaying our outright scuttling talks' means.

I read this, We can’t jump into this..." and immediately thought of Chief Louie's comment about 'Injun Time.'

We will not have discussions under duress,” Then don't. Just remember you were given the chance and don't come whinging later that you were not listened to.

We want this to be peaceful and in good faith.” Peaceful people don't hide behind masks...........and you really blew the 'good faith' part when you allowed.......no you encouraged the erection of blockades. Protest is one thing. What you have done is take that right and abuse it by illegally blocking vital rail lines.

What talks? Did any talks actually happen? Sure sounds like that Chief was lying at least about the timing of the 'talks' if not completely that any 'talks' actually happened. By encouraging the the illegal blockades and encouraging domestic terrorism and then using that to hold the nation hostage to enter into 'talks' (talk about duress) is peaceful & in good faith? It's such a load of crap.

Consequences need to be enforced along with the injunctions or this will continue and repeat and repeat and repeat. Video, if it hasn't been taken of any and all illegal blockades, if it hasn't been taken needs to start two weeks ago, and anyone that refuses to remove a facial covering if involved in committing an illegal act needs to be arrested for that crime alone and not released until their identity is confirmed for future charges due to their illegal activities....and everyone involved in the illegal activities is identified for criminal charges and civil suits due to lost revenues from any and all affected in the last 15 days so far.
 
pgs
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#108
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

It was all for nothing even if he got his vaunted seat on UN Council .
 
petros
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#109
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

PMJT doesn't agree with you Taxslave he believes in buying them off is the winning formula what a maroon
Government asking for an extra $2.1 billion for Indigenous programs

A one step meth making class so everyone can start their own crew?
Last edited by petros; Feb 22nd, 2020 at 09:55 AM..
 
taxslave
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#110
Quote: Originally Posted by Mowich View Post

Ineptocracy (in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.
Canada under the lily-livered spineless liberal twits.

Sounds a lot like socialism.
 
taxslave
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#111
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

One man was arrested for obstruction after he repeatedly tore down the barriers erected by the protesters. Police refused to arrest any of the protesters who were blocking the highway as they did not have orders from their superiors to do so. ???
This is crazy. The man arrested for "Obstruction" for removing illegal barricades across a highway....What was he Obstructing to be charged with "Obstruction" ???

Not only that the protesters were claiming to represent the Komox band. Only the band council didn't know about the blockade until questioned by a reporter.
 
taxslave
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#112
The single biggest mistake was letting the media get away with calling the instigators Heriditary Chiefs. There is no such position in Lawrence reality and hasn't been since I believe 1962 when band councils were formed. By giving these protesters a title give them ligimacy to a world that lives in 40 character sound bites.
 
petros
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#113
This is the kind of shit that started many a tribal war.
 
pgs
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#114
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

This is the kind of shit that started many a tribal war.

But war has always been a way of life .
 
Ron in Regina
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#115
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

They must be running out of propane and fresh produce east of Ontario .

 
B00Mer
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#116
anyone here want to help me a 1 page website? JustinTrudeauSucks.com ?? EH
 
captain morgan
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#117
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina View Post

Trudeau has found his own Nut Sack?

This is the best that tater tot can do on that front





I think that JT leases them with an option to buy
 
petros
+3
#118
His balls are in Sophie's purse.
 
captain morgan
+4
#119
Did he ever really have a pair?


Just askin'
 
taxslave
#120
A DNA test on his brats will tell you.