According to leading media publication, National Post, “114 third parties poured $6 MILLION DOLLARS into influencing the election outcome and many of those third parties were funded by the U.S.-based TIDES FOUNDATION.”
When considering historical dictatorships of modern history, is it not true that one commonality throughout is that a vilified, demonized community serves as a political SCAPEGOAT to energize and accelerate the political transition?
Six months before he made a refugee claim in Toronto, Canadian security officials deemed retired Brig.-Gen. Khaled Saber Abdelhamed Zahw “inadmissible” to Canada because of national security concerns.
Canadian establishment media have held back his major social development from 37.5 million citizens. How can this be verified? Simple as pie–because media– CBC, CTV, Global News, Toronto Star and all the rest have never written about Islamic “Sharia Law” period.
Ghazi stabbed his wife, who was 33 at the time, with a carving fork. She had 19 WOUNDS, mainly in her stomach area but also to her left thigh. She was taken to hospital, and the baby, known to the court only as “Baby Ghazi,” was born via caesarean section but died shortly after.
“Perception is reality,” said one of the Liberal MPs in an interview with The Hill Times on a not-for-attribution basis. “If the RCMP comes in, we’re cooked.” CAP find this comment to be one of the most curious political statements we have heard in a long time.
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.”
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.
A Waterloo man is suing the prime minister after he says his fiancée was denied a temporary resident visa. Patrick Kinsella requested to bring his Kenyan fiancée to Canada to stay with him after he says he suffered a pair of strokes. But he says Ottawa rejected her visa due to “racist” policies.
The 74-year old Diane Blain is taking legal action against Trudeau after she alleges his bodyguards acted abusively towards her and the prime minister defamed her character at an August 16 event in Sabrevois, Quebec.