As noted by Ipsos, “It is clear that the election will be fought amid a backdrop of FEAR, disappointment and discontent, and the party leaders will be responding in their own way to either stoke or allay these feelings for their own purposes.”
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.
Once again, a majority of Canadians stand in opposition to Trudeau government policy. How many million times does this have to occur before someone–hello establishment media– point this out to the people of Canada.
Canada’s elitist Liberal government feel that they should have the power to decide what is and isn’t ‘real’ or ‘fake’ news, and are even threatening to shut down social media networks in advance of the election if the networks don’t do the partisan bidding of the government.
Ahmadi Muslims are a maligned group in some quarters. In March, a Scottish-Ahmadi shopkeeper was stabbed to death in Glasgow in front of eyewitnesses. The brutal attack on Asad Shah, a popular local figure, took place hours after he wrote a heartfelt Easter message of peace and tolerance to Christians.
Asked about the stoning of adulterers, some 66% completely deplored the practice and 13% condemned it “to some extent”; up to 5% felt at least some sympathy for stoners. Some 31% thought a British Muslim man should be allowed to have more than one wife.
Many British Muslims do not share the values of their non-Muslim compatriots, and say they want to lead separate lives under Islamic Sharia law, according to the findings of a new survey.
The Liberals have dropped 12 percentage points since the beginning of the year when it comes to support for the direction it is taking Canada
March 7, 2016- Sixty-one percent of Americans agree that “continued immigration into the country jeopardizes the United States,” according to a new poll.
Voter support for Merkel’s government dropped from 57 percent in July 2015 to 38 percent on February 2016 –“the worst estimate during the current government’s term,”the pollster said. Germany’s right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) which advocates an anti-immigrant agenda became the third most influential party.