As the news broke, Canadians were surprised to learn that despite the contravention, there will be no punishment. This is because Canada’s Conflict of Interest Act “does not provide for any sanctions for breaches found following an examination by the conflict of interest and ethics commissioner.”
If the Liberal party chooses to offer up Trudeau for a second term as its leader during this fall’s federal election, it DESERVES defeat. At its heart, the matter is about character. Trudeau tried to meddle in Canada’s justice system to achieve a positive outcome for Quebec-based engineering firm SNC-Lavalin.
The growing Muslim populations in the West have led inevitably to politicians pandering to them, with little or no critical thought or care to avoid Islamic leaders who preach values opposed to Western values.
Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion has found that after taking months to review “troubling” evidence relevant legal and constitutional principles, Trudeau contravened section nine of the Act, which states that public office holders are PROHIBITED from using their position to seek to influence a decision that furthers the interest of a private third party.
While Maxime Bernier’s start up People’s Party of Canada has signed up 301 MP candidates, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party has 241 candidates nominated across Canada.
Despite media presentation, Canadians are living in perhaps the most pivotal point in Canadian history. No surprise–CBC, Globe & Mail and the rest have taken a most banal approach to this social reality.
What is curious is the number of members of the governing party who are quitting after just ONE TERM in office, despite there being potential for Justin Trudeau to win again in October.
Quebec City police said Frej Haj Messaoud appeared in court via telephone Sunday morning following his arrest in Drummondville, about 150 kilometres west of Quebec City, on Saturday morning.
What is it about Justin Trudeau and Islam? Why does the prime minister of a western liberal democracy so infatuated with all elements of the Nation of Islam? Seems hardly a month goes by without our PM pushing the Islamic ticket in Canada.
When Justin Trudeau unilaterally blessed Canada with its “no core identity” mantra, he omitted what would naturally develop as a result: the surge of special interest groups attempting the fill the void with an ethnocentric-oriented POWER GRAB.