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Trudeau Admits To Buying The Media With $600,000,000.00 Of Our Tax Dollars

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16 minutes ago, Army Guy said:

Thats explains a lot ….Fake news you say....nice deflection ,  2 trips to the ethics commissaire, SNC affair, conflict of interest, all of that is fake news....even the CBC covered it....yup all fake news.... 

No, we're talking about the allegation that the money to prop up the dying news industry is for buying favorable Liberal Party coverage. That's fake. I don't know how you managed to confuse that with SNC or the rulings of the ethics "commissaire".

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See, Justin Trudeau is both Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi.

The Prime Minister has both the Executive and Legislative power of the Monarch.

Imagine if Trump was both President and Speaker of the House, that is in effect what the Prime Minister is.

Unless and until his MP's abandon him, the RCMP arrests him on the authority of the Queen which they are loathe to do, or you vote him out.

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36 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

See, Justin Trudeau is both Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi.

The Prime Minister has both the Executive and Legislative power of the Monarch.

Imagine if Trump was both President and Speaker of the House, that is in effect what the Prime Minister is.

Unless and until his MP's abandon him, the RCMP arrests him on the authority of the Queen which they are loathe to do, or you vote him out.

I think Boris Johnson would disagree this week that the PM has monarch-like powers. There is only power by achieving consensus in a parliamentary democracy.

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2 minutes ago, BubberMiley said:

I think Boris Johnson would disagree this week that the PM has monarch-like powers. There is only power by achieving consensus in a parliamentary democracy.

In Canada the culture is different.

In the UK they are raucous, they are much more volatile, the UK doesn't have an Elite Consensus.

Margaret Thatcher had to be brought down by her own party and she was.

That hasn't really happened in Canada since Joe Clark in 1979, when he ran against PET's wage and price controls, but then adopted them suddenly six months later.

The way things are now, the MP's are selected by the parties on the basis of whether they are cronies or not, if not cronies, you don't get picked to run.

So in Canada the Prime Minister is an effective dictator with everything run centrally from the PMO and the majority of the MP's are simply barking seals.

Jeffery Simpson once called it the Benign Dictatorship.

Thing is, with the onset of the Information Age epoch buffeting Canada like a storm, it's not benign, because the Eastern Elites can feel themselves losing control.

The panic that populism might overthrow them, is inciting them to act lawlessly and invoke totalitarian dogma to try to rally their base against everybody else.

And they are selling Canadians down the river to China as the Americans increasingly freeze Canada out.

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There's actually a Triumvirate against the populists which recently met in Paris.

Macron is in the center,  France as the Hegemon, with Trudeau of Canada, and that other dingbat Jacinda Ardern from New Zealand; flanking Macron as his escorts

Behold the Bourbonites at Versailles meeting with their Emperor.

Wot Jacinda, no headscarf this time? 

Ridiculous crone. <spits tobacco juice>

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2 hours ago, BubberMiley said:

No, we're talking about the allegation that the money to prop up the dying news industry is for buying favorable Liberal Party coverage. That's fake. I don't know how you managed to confuse that with SNC or the rulings of the ethics "commissaire".

Whether major media organs are giving the Liberals favourable coverage due to the money or not is beside the point that a lot of people are going to suspect they are. The connection between getting money from someone and needing to please that same someone is well-established in society, after all.

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1 hour ago, BubberMiley said:

I think Boris Johnson would disagree this week that the PM has monarch-like powers. There is only power by achieving consensus in a parliamentary democracy.

Johnson leads a traditional parliament where individual MPs have always had considerable voice and power. Canada's parliament is a sheep pen where the party with the majority can command absolute power, and where the PM who leads that party is virtually all-powerful.

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20 minutes ago, Argus said:

Johnson leads a traditional parliament where individual MPs have always had considerable voice and power. Canada's parliament is a sheep pen where the party with the majority can command absolute power, and where the PM who leads that party is virtually all-powerful.

It would seem managing consensus would be essential in maintaining such a sheep's pen, wouldn't it?

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On 9/5/2019 at 12:37 PM, BubberMiley said:

No, we're talking about the allegation that the money to prop up the dying news industry is for buying favorable Liberal Party coverage. That's fake. I don't know how you managed to confuse that with SNC or the rulings of the ethics "commissaire".

Who are you to say that it’s merely an allegation Bubber? It walks like a duck, it sounds like a duck, but Bubber knows that it thinks it’s not a duck....

One of the first things Trudeau did after he got elected was give the CBC about $795,000,000.00. That’s the bunch that gave him headline coverage for 3 years to talk about “Duffygate”.

Your bias has you believing things that a reasonable man would not. 

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On 9/5/2019 at 4:37 PM, BubberMiley said:

, we're talking about the allegation that the money to prop up the dying news industry is for buying favorable Liberal Party coverage. That's fake. I don't know how you managed to confuse that with SNC or the rulings of the ethics "commissaire".

I know what we are talking about, but you just don't want to hear the message, if your glorious leader is capable of being the first prime minister in Canadian history to be guilty of breaking  not one but two major ethics rules, and topping  that off with his misconduct during SNC, pipe lines, immigration, carbon tax,  where he has lied to Canadians dozens upon dozens of times. 

So how can you sit there and say im confusing the issue, and buying the media is a fake news item....when Justin and his gang of deceivers have constantly lied to us over and over again....But what really blows my mind is how you are blind to that....my guess is your fully aware, and you don't have the stomach to say it is wrong, because your a liberal  ........you would prefer to shrug that off and defend this mutt for his action, next your going to tell us that the over 4 bil in last minute spending was not to buy votes....It's not fake news...fake news would be the liberals are just trying to help the middle class, that he is good for Canada.... 

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