Scheer going to India to 'repair' relationship after 'disastrous' Trudeau trip

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9mm. They (pistols) arent loud but rifles are.

While there are floor plates and such that add up to a 19-round magazine, in the Glock 9mm, the 33-round magazine is the grand daddy of them all. This magazine was developed for use in the Glock 18, a fully automatic version of the Glock 17 9mm pistol.Nov 22, 2018
 
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Ron in Regina

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9mm. They (pistols) arent loud but rifles are.

While there are floor plates and such that add up to a 19-round magazine, in the Glock 9mm, the 33-round magazine is the grand daddy of them all. This magazine was developed for use in the Glock 18, a fully automatic version of the Glock 17 9mm pistol.Nov 22, 2018
I’m assuming these aren’t available to someone with a PAL & RPAL at Canadian Tire or Cabbala’s, etc…so another example of our Firearms Legislation in action?
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Oh well, I guess Surrey is 8 miles from the US Border though, so no real clue to the identity of the two shooters from this?

No arrests have been made in the brazen June 18 killing of Nijjar, the 45-year-old president of the temple. But from the outset, his family and friends in the local Sikh community were all but certain who was behind the brazen attack: the Indian government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

What about the idea of Nijjar being martyred for Khalistan to be immortalized on posters & flags going forward?

If it was the Indian Government, wouldn’t they have just had hackers plant thousands of Kiddie Porn images and tracking records on Nijjar’s electronic devices & then had Canadian law enforcement deal with him instead of being martyred as a hero, etc…?
 

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I’m assuming these aren’t available to someone with a PAL & RPAL at Canadian Tire or Cabbala’s, etc…so another example of our Firearms Legislation in action?
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Oh well, I guess Surrey is 8 miles from the US Border though, so no real clue to the identity of the two shooters from this?

No arrests have been made in the brazen June 18 killing of Nijjar, the 45-year-old president of the temple. But from the outset, his family and friends in the local Sikh community were all but certain who was behind the brazen attack: the Indian government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

What about the idea of Nijjar being martyred for Khalistan to be immortalized on posters & flags going forward?

If it was the Indian Government, wouldn’t they have just had hackers plant thousands of Kiddie Porn images and tracking records on Nijjar’s electronic devices & then had Canadian law enforcement deal with him instead of being martyred as a hero, etc…?
From 72nd and 120th in Surrey it's 15 minutes to Washington.
 

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India orders Canada to remove 41 diplomats from Delhi embassy​

Relations between countries continue to fracture over alleged assassination of Sikh separatist in British Columbia

Hannah Ellis-Petersen in Delhi and Leyland Cecco in Toronto

Tue 3 Oct 2023 08.46 EDT

India has told Canada it must remove 41 diplomats from its embassy in Delhi amid a continuing diplomatic spat over Canadian accusations that India may have been involved in the killing of a Sikh separatist leader.
According to officials who spoke to the Financial Times, the Indian foreign ministry has given Canada a week to repatriate two-thirds of its diplomats stationed in India, reducing the number to 21. India’s ministry of external affairs declined to comment. An official familiar with the matter confirmed the report to the Associated Press.
Since these 41 diplomats are now redundant, can we get them off the taxpayer tit?
 
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Well, damn, maybe Canada/Five Eyes was on to something after all?


 

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Well, damn, maybe Canada/Five Eyes was on to something after all?


You gotta clue? Holy fuck. November 28 2023 will go down in infamy
 
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It was only three months ago that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered one of the most serious allegations a Canadian government has ever levelled against an ostensible ally – and then proceeded to not provide any evidence to this effect whatsoever.

But just this week, the U.S. did what Canada couldn’t: It provided a detailed summary of an alleged conspiracy to assassinate Sikh extremists based in North America, as well as the evidence purporting to tie it to the Government of India.

And in a notable departure from Canada’s strategy, the Americans mostly let the evidence speak for itself – rather than frontload the whole saga with a public, top-level accusation of Indian treachery.

This distinction – and the sheer volume of evidence in the indictment – might be why India has been much friendlier with the U.S. allegation than it was with Canada’s.

Trudeau’s accusation of an Indian murder plot prompted outright denials from New Delhi, counter-accusations that Canada was a hotbed for Sikh terrorism, a significant fraying of Canada’s diplomatic relationship with India – as well as a wave of anti-Trudeau coverage on Indian media.

But against the U.S. allegation, India’s foreign ministry said it had set up a committee to probe the matter directly, calling it “a matter of concern” and “against government policy.”
 

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It was only three months ago that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered one of the most serious allegations a Canadian government has ever levelled against an ostensible ally – and then proceeded to not provide any evidence to this effect whatsoever.

But just this week, the U.S. did what Canada couldn’t: It provided a detailed summary of an alleged conspiracy to assassinate Sikh extremists based in North America, as well as the evidence purporting to tie it to the Government of India.

And in a notable departure from Canada’s strategy, the Americans mostly let the evidence speak for itself – rather than frontload the whole saga with a public, top-level accusation of Indian treachery.

This distinction – and the sheer volume of evidence in the indictment – might be why India has been much friendlier with the U.S. allegation than it was with Canada’s.

Trudeau’s accusation of an Indian murder plot prompted outright denials from New Delhi, counter-accusations that Canada was a hotbed for Sikh terrorism, a significant fraying of Canada’s diplomatic relationship with India – as well as a wave of anti-Trudeau coverage on Indian media.

But against the U.S. allegation, India’s foreign ministry said it had set up a committee to probe the matter directly, calling it “a matter of concern” and “against government policy.”
As I said before I bet the intelligence came from Washington State and voila, so it is.
 

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As I said before I bet the intelligence came from Washington State and voila, so it is.
Trudeau’s “I’m not gonna tell you anything, but you gotta trust me…” just didn’t & doesn’t fly. Maybe from someone else, or maybe before he was the PM, or even in politics…but not now & not from him, and not by anyone globally who’s aware of his woke foolishness.

India could very well have killed that dude in BC, but if the accusations are coming from Trudeau, without any proof, and over the top drama school conviction…it’s a walk. A get out’a jail free card.
 
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Trudeau’s “I’m not gonna tell you anything, but you gotta trust me…” just didn’t & doesn’t fly. Maybe from someone else, or maybe before he was the PM, or even in politics…but not now & not from him, and not by anyone globally who’s aware of his woke foolishness.

India could very well have killed that dude in BC, but if the accusations are coming from Trudeau, without any proof, and over the top drama school conviction…it’s a walk. A get out’a jail free card.
Think of it this way. Any PM would have played the antagonist on behalf of Homeland Security albeit just taking a swat at a hornet's nest with a feather duster but its enough to cause a commotion to identify those who go against the hive mind.
 
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Wow….I made it just past the 3 minute mark below before I had to wretch a little:
Holy Twat-Waffle Batman!! Who is this Jabroni’s target audience as he’s describing his 10 minutes or less meeting with PM Modi…who also got to fire out his questions and talking points???

Trudeau has made Canada a cautionary tale for the rest of the G-20 among others.
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