CANADA’S JUSTIN TURDEAU FACES NEW THREAT… FROM CANADA

I swear, it has happened again; I went to sleep, and woke up in a dream world, and discovered something almost as odd and strange as scientismists wanting to solve global warming by refreezing Poles, or as unique and unprecedented as Germany wanting to solve its energy woes by seizing Russian assets. This time, however, the bizarrerie might be on the "sane" end of the spectrum, because a hole of sanity has suddenly opened up in the cloud of nitrous oxide and other gasses that usually hovers over Ottawa, Canada, a city and country which in recent years has been vying with San Franfreakshow, Nuttyfornia, USSA, for the title of looniest city in the looniest country of the world, under its lunatic Prime Minister, Justin Turdeau, who almost single-handedly accounts for all that gas usually seen over Ottawa and all the lunacy seen in that country.

But first, let me clarify something: I do not have an opinion one way or another on whether or not Justin Turdeau is the illegitimate son of Fidel Castro or not; he may or may not be, and I'm even willing to grant the resemblance, but illegitimate or not, he and his policies are about as welcome as a turdeau in the punch bowl during intermission at the opera.

Something just changed in Canada, however, as its conservative party has a new leader who is ... well, really conservative, not a John Major or a David Cameron or a Theresa May, but more along the lines of the Canadians that landed on Juno Beach in 1944:

Pierre Poilievre wins Conservative leadership on first ballot

As the article makes clear, Poilievre's first ballot leadership win was by a significant margin, indicating a more unified and united Conservative Party than was expected:

After a seven-month campaign, the long-time MP and former cabinet minister from Ontario won the election decisively, securing 22,993 of the just under 33,800 electoral points up for grabs. Poilievre secured support across the country, coming in as members' first choice in almost every riding.

And if there's any doubt about what delivered that victory to Poilievre, the message of his campaign is clear, though questions remains about his ties to the World Economic Forum:

“Tonight begins the journey to replace an old government that costs you more and delivers you less, with a new government that puts you first, your paycheck, your retirement, your home, your country,” Poilievre said in his first speech as leader on Saturday evening from the Ottawa convention centre floor where the leadership announcement was held.

Poilievre's message is a mixed one:

In this race, Poilievre attracted large crowds across the country, with supporters appearing to resonate with his affordability-focused and unapologetic, populist message of "taking back control" from "gatekeepers."

According to his campaign, Poilievre held 80 events across the country that 93,000 people RSVP'd to, ultimately signing up more than 300,000 members.

A key messaging tool used by Poilievre—who rarely participated in interviews or answered journalists' questions throughout the race—were social media videos featuring him speaking directly into the camera in various scenarios. In the videos he'd fixate on one issue, offering his perspective on housing, or the price of food, for example, making a case for why the current government is failing and what he'd do differently.

His platform included promises to get rid of the carbon tax, lift COVID-19 vaccine mandates, and fire the governor of the Bank of Canada. He said he would phase out “inflationary deficits” by culling spending and reversing Liberal policies and programs.

Poilievre has also championed cryptocurrency, and supported the “Freedom Convoy," a pair of positions that were condemned by some of his opponents as well as members from other parties.

Where Canada goes from here is anyone's guess, and as one can imagine, I'm not a big fan of M. Poilievre's views on "cryptocurrency". On the other hand, getting rid of injection mandates, ridiculous "carbon taxes" and support for the Canadian freedom convoy I can latch on to. But what is essential to understand about Poilievre's victory is that we are not watching a phenomenon of Canadian politics, or for that matter of American politics or of European politics, and to that degree, it is not about the individual politician, be it Trump, Poilievre, or whomever. It is really about the rejection of technocratic globaloney in all its Hochklaus von Blohenschwab-Baal Gates-George "the Morose" Soros guises.

And with that said, I'll be watching Poilievre very closely, because I have this feeling that Justin Turdeau's woes are just beginning, right about the time his career is ending...

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. Michael UK on September 26, 2022 at 8:15 am

    Mr Globalooney and his mates undermine countries that don’t tow their party line. In the UK they have set all guns blazing on the GB Pound and Liz Truss our Prime Minister as they don’t like her policies; and likewise, will also target Italy now that it has elected a “far right” Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni. The Globalooney has technocratic Governors in the Central Banks like the Fed, Bank of England and ECB to ratchet up interest rates to cripple the Governments and make sure they bring them back to heel.
    The wild card in the pack, is of course Russia. Expect it to place nuclear weapons in Crimea and eastern parts of the Ukraine like Donbas to ensure Mr Globalooney and his mates can’t stick his fingers and boots in there!

  2. bassman on September 25, 2022 at 11:20 am

    Unfortunately Canada is full of Covidiots as 82% are at least double jabbed (and much of the 18% remainder are kids). Canadian Covidiots are responsible for voting in Turdeau / Singh, and crack-smoking Rob Ford before that. Most are arrogant ignorant and therefore are easily manipulated.There is no assurance that Poilievre is going to resonate with enough of the Torontonians that gave Turdeau the win in the 2021 election. Toronto is like a country within a country as it is a multi-cultural experiment for which Wokism resonates. Turdeau panders to this demographic while Poilievre will easily win over the rest of the country, outside of the country within a country Quebec.

  3. Maria Clarke on September 25, 2022 at 7:23 am

    May it please God, that this is a sign of a turning point. I don’t want to get my hopes up, but any “good” news is worth hearing.

  4. FiatLux on September 24, 2022 at 11:48 pm

    My ounce of octane: If a new Canadian government got too far out of line — for example, on the climate issue — might the new incarnation of the Crown step in? (I admit I have a very sketchy understanding of the Crown’s prerogatives.)

    • ragiza on September 25, 2022 at 8:51 pm

      Three things about Canada.
      Many people in the west despise Quebec and its politics, some of these people wouldn’t mind leaving Canada and joining the US.
      Western Canada has some very big oil deposits.
      Western Canada has large surface water resources that could be redirected southward.

      Referendums seem to be getting popular.

  5. Coon on September 24, 2022 at 11:03 pm

    Sure Trudeau is a scumbag POS, but at least Krystia Freeland’s pretty hot though, eh?

    Even our conservatives are pretty liberal up here. They call themselves ‘CENTRISTS’ but they mean to say appeasers.

    ‘Gerontocracy’ Learn the word. Canada’s problems aren’t going away for at least another decade.

  6. Robertus_Maximus on September 24, 2022 at 6:15 pm

    Hi All,

    I’m one of the people who voted to make PP (Pierre’s nickname) the leader of the Loyal Opposition. I am getting more and more involved and interested in Canadian politics. There are several points here that are overlooked.

    Canada is finally dropping the CoVidiot travel restrictions. North Korea has already done it just not us. Why are we dropping it now? You can say it was the threat of uniting the electorate under PP and this was taking away fuel from him. Either way the timing of the ‘science’ up here is curious.

    WE didn’t have a Loyal Opposition since the last election to now. We had the NDP (New Democrat Party. Think Bernie Sanders and AOC) led by Jagmeet Singh. Singh is a member of the WEF and aligned himself almost instantaneously with the Libtards and Maddog Turdeau the Younger. He is a paid shil for the WEF and a documented traitor in a different time. But this is 2022. The previous snap election bankrupted the NDP and this was the only way they could stay in the game. They claim to be the Loyal Opposition AND always vote with the Libtards.

    Take a look at PPs wife. Up here we’re kinda big on bilingualism. She’s from Venezuela. You want to see an amazing victory speak introduction. She knocked it out of the park in THREE languages. She will be a powerhouse for PP and any election.

    My personal thoughts? Two possible futures. The next virus will coincide with the election down south. There have been major flu epidemics every two years that coincide with the US Federal elections. Monkey Pox was supposed to be the killer but abstinence from gay anal sex will prevent it’s spreading. (OK, Not a problem.) Instead they will do a bait and switch with Nipah. It’s been worked up at Wu Han to have about a 25% lethality. Maddog Trudeau the Younger takes away all firearms, (Ask me about that issue….) and we turn into North Korea.
    Or
    We dodge that bullet in a few months and Maddog Trudeau the Younger continues to ruin Canada. Then there’s the election in 2025 just after yours. (Read THE FOURTH TURNING now!) The backlash will be legendary unless the Clinton Global Initiative can teach the Libtards how to steal the election by then. If the country is ruined, all bets are off if PP isn’t turned by the WEF by then. Either way Canada may be done. Stick a fork in us. Or PP does save us. I’m not holding my breath though. I’m still buying ammo, not guns. Think about it.

    Good news is we have oil. Send your Marines to liberate your oil from our oil sands and bring us democracy.

    RWP

    • TRM on September 24, 2022 at 7:50 pm

      The NDP have been the anal suppository for the liberals since JagOff Singh took over. Jack Lawton was a true NDP leader like Lewis was back in the day.

      JagOff Singh is wanted criminal for terrorism in his home country of India. He can’t even travel to the USA as he’s on a terror watch list. I say it’s downright RACIST of Canada to NOT extradite Singh. We extradite people to white countries all the time so why won’t we do it for brown countries? I say we extradite JagOff Singh back to face the music in India!!!

      Over the last 2+ years all the parties at provincial and federal level have gone along with the mandates and vax passport. Libs, Cons, NDP and Greens all went along with it. I hope Pierre can turn things around but I’m with the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) as they are very libertarian and have been against all the crap over the last 2 years. I don’t think Pierre will be able to reign in the backroom scum like Charest and his supporters.

  7. anakephalaiosis on September 24, 2022 at 4:21 am

    Justin Turdeau is an orphan, adopted by aunt Lizzy and uncle Schwabby. Since former has kicked the bucket, and latter is facing prospect of using a lamppost as necktie, little Justin must now turn to his Ouija board for answers.

    AFTERLIFE

    Lizzy Lizard was put to rest in vault,
    yet due to excesses in occult,
    bones were rattling
    and dangling,
    in her graveyard somersault.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/nn90dxrgirqiqt3/witches-brew.mp4

  8. Jen on September 24, 2022 at 4:05 am

    [This is just a test.Yesterday, I posted a reply to someone’s comment and it was held in moderation for hours before disappearing along with the original comment. I’m pretty sure I used no ‘bad words’ in it.]

    • Jen on September 24, 2022 at 4:13 am

      Mea culpa – just found the comments elsewhere! Just when I was starting to think the site was now running on Kryponite!

  9. TRM on September 23, 2022 at 11:04 pm

    As a canuck I hope that Poilievre is on the level but I doubt it. I’m still going with the PPC (People’s Party of Canada) as they are very libertarian and I don’t trust the conservatives up here. Down south you have your RINO’s & DINO’s and it’s no different up here. All of the parties, Lib, NDP, Con, Green at both federal and provincial levels sold out over the last 2+ years. All gung ho for the vax passport, mandates, etc.

    PS. I’ll buy you a beer if you can pronounce “Poilievre” correct on your first try LOL.

    • gRant on September 24, 2022 at 11:39 am

      You’re just helping split the right vote and ensuring another left coalition of horror. Dont get me wrong, some of the PPC platform has merit but they will never hold any power and they are pawns to split the vote pure and simple.

      • dansilvan on September 24, 2022 at 4:02 pm

        I can’t stand people repeating “You are splitting the vote”. I’ve heard the same tired crap for decades. People who think they are voting strategically are fooling themselves. Vote for whomever you want to vote for. Forget about the splitting the vote bs. I will be surprised if Poilievre turns out to be the man he says he will be. His previous history seems to contradict his authenticity, and his current behaviour leaves me somewhat suspicious. Like he is just putting on a carefully planned facade, so he avoids any situation that isn’t planned and scripted. That’s how I read him. But anything would likely be an improvement over Trudumb.

      • TRM on September 24, 2022 at 9:01 pm

        I’m so sick of this “split the vote” nonsense. Do the 2 left wing parties split the vote? Of course but with the parliamentary system they just vote together and have maintained power for decades that way. Seems to work just great for them. In the parliamentary system the PPC and Cons could form a minority government much like the Lib/NDP do now. That would keep the Cons a bit more honest.

        The conservative party is beyond redemption and there is a limit to what one leader can do when the backroom boys decide otherwise. See Trump for details. Keep voting for all the parties that were in favor of the mandates and vax passports will change NOTHING.

        Starting a new party is never easy because the entrenched powers will band together to try an snuff it out by telling everyone “Don’t split the vote” and then people repeat it constantly like it means something. It means NOTHING will ever change so just choose the lesser of evils. Sorry. Not me.

  10. Robert Barricklow on September 23, 2022 at 11:48 am

    From the headline, I immediately though of the Chinese gambling triad’s reach into Canada.
    What’s even more intriguing; is the association of these “gangs” w/that other notorious gangster, the CCP[Chinese Communist Party]. Then the connections of international crime itself; all across the globe. An extremely rich source of intelligence – no government would ignore; nor the Vatican. For that matter, many other significant non-state actors

    Now, as far as leaders can be thrown; the son of Castro has absolutely no gravitas, nor weight; If there was ever an airhead, he’s it. Why he’s even more Chinese than China Joe. More Red than Xi. He is the epitome of cognitive dissonance.

    Love that political slogan: taking back control from the gatekeepers.
    Poilievre replacing the son of Castro would be a symbolic bellwether.
    Although, the cryptocurrency is worrisome; his other policies out way other contenders.
    [reminds me of Trump’s clanking cow bell: Warp Speed.]

  11. birdsofaugust on September 23, 2022 at 10:41 am

    For what it’s worth, I have extensively researched the claims of his ties to the WEF, and they’re a big nothingburger. If he turns out to be a fraud or a globalist shill, it’s well hidden. I am a Canadian and I feel very hopeful with PP leading the Cons into battle.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 24, 2022 at 5:10 am

      Conservatives, as the word suggests, seek to conserve, and that usually means endorsing royalty, as fallback position.

      Since royalty in Europe, with no exception, is owned by global finance, that road leads to communist feudalism as well.

      An alternative is to revive the original “cyn-ing-scip”, by defining the criterion of what a “cyn-ing” originally was supposed to be.

      In the Runic program, the Cyning is a mere subroutine, carrying out a function, as a caretaker of assembly:

      https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/pnz9jpb73u1gfla/druidry-for-dummies.pdf

  12. KSW on September 23, 2022 at 9:57 am

    I’m so jaded that I don’t trust this at all. I wish I could. I hope I can. But “they” can make anything sound anyway they like. If they can’t do that then they straight up lie. If it turns out he is connected with the WEF and he is just spinning his message, then I think he’ll find his head on a proverbial spike because everyone is going to be really P*ssed and those who are not entirely awake will have a strong cup of coffee thrown in their face. I wish we had a better candidate than Trump – someone really capable of getting the job done because he isn’t going to do anything of significance, but the same story goes for him if he doesn’t.

    • Robert Barricklow on September 23, 2022 at 11:53 am

      Like so many politicians that sang a saving grace tune; but then turned around and stabbed the public in the back. I too; have to wonder, if that WEF modus operandi – isn’t at play in the background. Greece is a perfect example.

    • Marco Fredriks on September 23, 2022 at 7:25 pm

      Also Trump, Xi, and Putin were part of the Young Leader program from the WEF, like the newborns Trudeau or Ardern. All the same but very dangerous and scary

  13. Joseph Aiello on September 23, 2022 at 9:43 am

    Decentralized cryptocurrencies are the ticket.
    Their code and transactions are open to the public. If their are things that can be exploited they are found and corrected. Not like secretive central banking.
    Also, when the code is set, the transactions and the ledgers are finalized. Can’t do backroom bribing or dealing without it being publicly available on the decentralized ledger.

    • InfiniteRUs on September 23, 2022 at 6:08 pm

      For us freedom loving, back room wheelers and dealers and under the table workers cryptos are anti-freedom and privacy. What you tout as good about cryptos is exactly why they are a horrible idea if you like freedom, privacy and safety from criminals in government. Name one government on this planet that can be trusted? There’s not a one. Once they know exactly how much you have and exactly what you got that’s worth taking it is as good as gone eventually.

    • TRM on September 23, 2022 at 10:40 pm

      “Decentralized cryptocurrencies are the ticket.” – Not just currencies but, chats & websites. All need to be on a peer to peer network as a fallback plan if the internet blocks stuff.
      Check out the Qortal Project (qortal.org). Low power (any old computer with 4-8 GB RAM will do), true peer to peer (exchanges are only the on/off ramp to the qortal highway), blockchain protected chats and websites, smart contracts (automated buying & selling without human intervention).

  14. InfiniteRUs on September 23, 2022 at 8:33 am

    The Key to the Great Reset and Global Enslavement is cryptocurrency of one form or another. If you fail to get it with the lockdown covid villains then the next best approach would be to introduce it with the hero who comes in on that pale/white horse pretending to oppose them and their unpopular policies. Will we now see a global Red Horse wave of heroes get elected worldwide who save us from the Central Bankster and lockdown pushers but just so happens to sell us on accepting the total track and control mark of the beast system as an integral part of that process?

    • Bizantura on September 23, 2022 at 11:16 am

      @InfiniteRUs
      You put your finger on the sore spot! Very worrysome that mention of pro crypto currencies, because that will be the trap to CBDC slavory entrapment!

    • FiatLux on September 24, 2022 at 11:42 pm

      InfiniteRUs: Agreed. Even with such a total political outsider as Trump, the quackcines got through, which were supposed to open the way to a digital ID, which would then be linked to a central bank digital currency (CBDC). If a politician goes completely anti-Davos on every single issue except a digital currency, then Davos still scores a big win.

      • Robert Barricklow on September 25, 2022 at 10:20 pm

        Too true!

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