One Last Hurrah Before Canada Goes Down the Multiculti Drain

Tomorrow morning (or rather, later this morning) there will be an important rally on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Here’s what Vlad Tepes has to say about it:

Tomorrow morning on Parliament Hill, a last chance to voice opposition to Trudeau eliminating Canada as a nation state

The headline is not an exaggeration. It is a literal statement of fact.

Parliament Hill, Wellington St, Ottawa Canada

December 8th, at 10:00 AM for the French presentation and 11:00 for the English, which will include a speech by Maxime Bernier, leader of the closest thing we have to a libertarian party.

Be there or forever regret not at least doing this little bit to stop the end of Canada, and the Nation State as we know it.

Yes, its possible that a future leader may be able to undo this mess and get us out of the UN altogether, but the longer one waits and the worse things get, the more unfortunate the solutions tend to become. So make the effort when the effort is non-violent and using the tools of democracy.

9 thoughts on “One Last Hurrah Before Canada Goes Down the Multiculti Drain

  1. On Friday the 7th Trudeau and his government met with all 10 provincial and three territorial premiers and he arrogantly told Doug Ford of Ontario that if Ford didn’t implement a carbon tax for that province then he could see the oil fields in Alberta shut down. There’s been protests against Trudeau in the two main cities of Alberta – Calgary & Edmonton – this past month and Trudeau’s statement has just inflamed the anger they have for him and his government.

    Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has stated he will not bring in a carbon tax and is the most popular premier in Canada.Doug Ford is on side with Saskatchewan on that issue. I believe Manitoba has also said they are against the tax . The sentiment of Alberta separation from Canada has flared up again,just like it did when Pierre Trudeau and Premier Lougheed went to war over the Alberta oil rights back in the 1980s.

    There won’t be any riots anywhere in Canada like in France but the anger in Alberta is likely to be at a boiling point.While Alberta is stuck with a socialist government (which is likely to be ousted in the Spring of 2019),Saskatchewan’s pro business government sides with the Albertan workers.There are demonstrations planned on Saturday in Ottawa, Toronto ,Vancouver ,Calgary and Edmonton against the UN migrant scheme being rammed down our throats and that is also a concern in Western Canada but Trudeau’s disregard for anything west of Ontario is what is really making us mad.

    • On Dominion Day for Canada’s 150th, Trudeau did one of his little dog whistles where he carefully named every province and territory from West to East carefully not mentioning Alberta in a public speech.

      Real leaders know that they represent all the people of the nation that elected him and work to represent national or territorial interests.

      But Trudeau made it clear how he felt about albertans and in a classically Trudopian, childish way.

  2. It’s sort of paradoxical. Libertarians, or at least the formal libertarian party of the US, favors open borders. Many with libertarian philosophies, such as Stefan Molyneux, support strict immigration and border controls.

    Milton Friedman said you can have a welfare state or an open-immigration state, but emphatically not both. It’s funny that the socialists are the ones supporting more social services and open immigration, two concepts obviously totally incompatible with each other, like a positive and negative electron.

    From its first appearance, economists have proven the inherent impossibility for socialism to provide material prosperity or even a basic standard of living for people. So, socialists with any intelligence understand that socialism is a pathway to power for socialist leaders. The most hopeful aspect for countries such as France and Canada are that the lust for power made socialist leaders like Trudeau and Macron leapfrog the slow but sure process of slowly clamping on more and more screws, eliminating both economic freedom and freedom of expression.

    Of course, the populist rebellions have got to be smarter, and have to studiously avoid precipitating a violent crisis leading to a socialist dictatorship. Jefferson Davis lost the Confederacy by initiating hostilities with the Union, giving Lincoln the opportunity to pursue a war to the finish.

  3. That 2006 flashback interview on Canadian TV was done with Baby Doc Trudeau by Seamus O’Regan, a gay Newfoundlander who left TV after many years as a very popular anchor of a national morning show, returned to Newfoundland, and was elected as one of the two federal Liberal Members of Parliament for St. John’s, the capital city, in the 2015 election that brought Trudeau to power. The other 5 seats in Newfoundland all went to the Liberals.The Canadian media has a mad love-affair with all things homosexual, and O’Regan got favourable publicity when he ‘wed’ his ‘husband.’

    Subsequently, O’Regan was one of the Trudeau ‘friends and family’ who spent Christmas, 2016 with Trudeau at the Aga Khan’s Bell Island in the Bahamas, a holiday which Canada’s Ethics Commissioner found put Trudeau in breach of the laws. O’Regan, as a small fry (and a homosexual), mostly escaped negative publicity.

    Trudeau is very bad news, start to finish. He keeps bad company, and is friends with all the wrong people.

    Sadly, all the poorer provinces have for generations been bought off by the Liberals with hand-outs. They have all been kept ‘down on the plantation,’ without even realizing they have been led into ever-deepening dependency.

  4. In case Canada signs the GCM is it possible to anyone move to Canada by just showing up and then claiming social security and free life. No visa or passport needed.

    • Acc358, that “anyone” will probably depend on skin color/ethnicity ….. and having the ‘right’ ‘religion’ will help. White South Africans, for example, need not apply.

  5. Living on the border between the US and Canada, I can tell you from personal experience with crossing the border, the only thing the Canadian gov’t is concerned with is what they can tax you for :

    the only questions the Canadian border guards ask you are : “do you have any alcohol or tobacco?”

    Of course, there was that day when I accidentally ran over the guards’ pen with my car when she dropped it on the ground. You would have thought I had just been caught smuggiling an explosive device into Canada.

    All Canadian Hell broke loose.

    • Get the B to tell you the time he went to Canada on business and forgot to bring his passport. No trouble getting in, but hellish hours getting back out. That door only swings one way…

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