At first glance, it may seem like Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had a pretty good year. After all, he managed to squeeze through the October election with a minority government despite having a lower approval rating in Canada than Donald Trump in the U.S.
Trudeau practically bribed the media with bailout funds, ran a divisive campaign that pit Canadians against each other and aimed to ruin the reputation of those who stood in his way.
It paid off, and Trudeau won the election. But that doesn’t mean that 2019 was a good year for him. Au contraire. It was another year full of missteps, gaffes and embarrassing moments that made all Canadians cringe.
Without further ado, here is my list of the top Stupid Things Trudeau Said in 2019:
“China will firmly defend international justice and fairness, and oppose any unilateralism and bullying behaviour to push for a political and diplomatic solution to the Iranian nuclear issue,” Wang, who is also a State Councillor, told Zarif.
Five men aged between 19 and 23 were arrested in multiple raids across England today as police foiled a suspected terror plot.
In a December 28, 2019 article in the Jordanian daily Al-Ghad, ‘Abdallah Kan’an, secretary-general of Jordan’s Royal Committee for Jerusalem Affairs,  wrote that the festival of Hanukkah is based on traditions relating to the “false” Jewish Temple, and therefore constitutes a direct threat to the Muslim and Christian holy places in Jerusalem. Titled “The Festival of Lights – A Zionist Colonialist Ritual, Not A Jewish Religious Festival,” the article claims that Israel and right-wing organizations in it use Hanukkah to further their plans of Judaizing Jerusalem and to carry out mass raids on the Al-Aqsa mosque “in the guise of Talmudic religious rituals.”
When Aretha Franklin died, one can only assume that she handpicked the people who would sit on the dais and honor her. I was horrified, but not surprised, that Louis Farrakhan had a seat of honor on that stage. I’m here today to address the elephant in the room. I’m here today to discuss what many people are afraid to discuss for fear of being called a racist. I don’t have that fear because I’ve already been called a racist. When I highlighted people who were pretending to be Jews to spew antisemitism in the Jewface post I wrote for Times of Israel’s blogs, I was called a racist because some of the people named happened to be black or Latino, which was completely irrelevant to my article. I don’t care if you call me a racist because I know that I’m not, as does anyone who knows me.
Today we are going to talk about antisemitism within the black community.
In May, I wrote: “The attacks, and the silence of progressive New York, are utterly appalling.” In December, it’s more than appalling. It’s complicit.
A woman who was arrested for allegedly committing an anti-Semitic attack on three Jewish women on Friday in New York City was released on bail and has since been arrested again for committing another act of violence that reportedly happened today.
“A day after she was released without bail on charges stemming from the Friday attack, Tiffany Harris was charged with assault for slugging a 35-year-old in the face on Eastern Parkway near Underhill Avenue in Prospect Heights at about 9:15 a.m.,” the New York Post reported. “It’s unclear if Sunday’s victim is Jewish – and police weren’t treating the incident as a hate crime. The victim suffered swelling and bruising to her right eye from the pummeling.”
The homicide of transgender activist Julie Berman last week in Toronto remains under investigation but her death has sent shockwaves across Canada, leading to a torrent of rumours and speculation.
Colin Harnack, a 29-year-old Toronto resident, was charged with second-degree murder but his relationship to Berman and the LGBT community is still unknown. While Berman’s death has largely been interpreted by activists and politicians, including Toronto Mayor John Tory, as a transphobic hate crime, Harnack’s extensive social media posts complicate that narrative.
Harnack’s social media activity is mainly focused on his musical endeavours and appears to have dwindled over the last year. However, a number of posts indicate support for left-wing positions, including LGBT rights. Harnack himself specifically declined to identify with a gender in some posts.
In one post on Instagram from 2017, he shared a photograph of an “all-gender restroom” sign and used the hashtags #lgbt, #bewhoyouwanttobe, #love and others. In an older post, he poses in a female Indian dress.
With the spike in antisemitic violence in and around NYC, the campaign by Jewish Voice for Peace and other anti-Zionist groups to blame Israel and American Jews for police shootings of minorities takes on deadly implications.
For many years he’s had plenty of time to devote to his terror supporting, Jew hating activities. Someone’s paying him….
The universities, the students terrorizing and discriminating against Jewish students, and the outside groups that involve themselves on campuses. This is war – lets start behaving accordingly. PS: There’s no shortage of Jewish lawyers and paralegals in this country – we should expect to hear from many of them willing to work pro-bono and saying so publicly, right? Right?! Click the image.
The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board owns $141 million worth of shares in coal mines and coal power plants in China, according to records found by Blacklock’s Reporter.
Documents show that the Canadian Pension Plan (CPP) Investment Board, an agency of the federal government, owns shares in 21 publicly traded Chinese coal firms. In 2018, the government announced its plans on phasing out coal power in Canada by 2030.
“We need to phase out coal. In fact, the whole world needs to phase out coal because right now we have a challenge that is called climate change, and coal is the most polluting,” former Environment Minister Catherine McKenna said in the House of Commons in 2018.
While shutting down the coal industry, the federal government also placed a carbon tax on ordinary Canadians and electricity produced by coal.
The CPP Investment Board did not provide comment when asked to by Blacklock’s Reporter yesterday.
The U.N. General Assembly on Friday adopted a budget of $3,073,830,500 for operations to cover the year 2020, after claiming throughout 2019 it was underfunded and in need of an urgent financial bailout via increased global taxpayer contributions.
The financial allocation is an increase of approximately $8 million on what was initially requested by Secretary-General António Guterres.
The budget approval follows a year in which the globalist organization has cried poor and demanded more cash injections, as Breitbart News reported.
Just two months ago a series of cutbacks began at the U.N.’s New York headquarters, starting with the heating being turned down, the diplomats’ bar shuttering early at 5pm and meetings canceled along with diminished first class global travel budgets.
Now bars will be open again as long as diplomats require and first-class travel can resume as well as expanded use of private jets.
Not every contributing country is happy with the U.N.’s continued call for more money and less financial scrutiny.
The United States is by far the U.N.’s biggest financial contributor, stumping up 22 percent of its operating budget and funding 28 percent of peacekeeping missions, which currently cost $8 billion annually. The UK and Germany are the next two major backers.
PuffHo does everything it can to keep their audience ignorant. Click the image of comments by filthy, stupid libs.
“These attacks are taking place, and the cops have not been proactive at all,” Sliwa said Saturday. “It comes from City Hall and the mayor. He’s been just apathetic.”
“You have to beat the hell out of somebody — or murder them — for there to be any consequences,” said former state lawmaker Dov Hikind, founder of Americans Against Anti-Semitism. “Otherwise, you are set free.”
He continued: “It’s open season in New York — open season on innocent people. On Jews, on Muslims, on gay people. It applies to anybody. But it’s the Jewish people in particular who have been targeted.”
Two former bosses for the United Automobile Workers (UAW) allegedly blew more than $1 million of union money on high living in Palm Springs since 2013.
Gary Jones, 62, and Dennis Williams, 66, are accused of enjoying cigars, steak dinners and sumptuous accommodation at union members’ expense, The New York Times first reported Thursday. The duo has been the subject of an intensive investigation by the FBI.
There have been at least eight suspected anti-Semitic attacks in the city so far this week — including a pair on four Jewish women and a threat to “shoot up” the Lubavitch World Headquarters in Brooklyn, police and sources said Friday.
The most recent incident occurred around 7 a.m. Friday when a man in his mid-40s walked into the headquarters on Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights and threatened to fire some rounds before fleeing toward the subway, authorities said.
Earlier in the morning, a deranged woman assaulted three women in Crown Heights, cops said.
Tiffany Harris, 30, of Flatbush allegedly slapped and whacked the women in the face and barked “F-U, Jews!” during the 12:40 a.m. assault at Eastern Parkway and Kingston Avenue, cops said.
A fugitive and failed refugee with alleged ties to an Algerian terrorist group has been arrested in Montreal for a second time after evading border authorities.
Mohamed Ratni was first arrested in 2012 and then conditionally released by the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) after being detained for 19 months. Shortly after his release Ratni disappeared once again and evaded authorities.
Prior to his latest arrest, Ratni was on a “Wanted” list on the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) website.
CBSA officials failed to deport Ratni after his first arrest despite the fact that he was deemed a flight risk by the IRB. The CBSA was unable to get travel documents from the Algerian government which were required for his deportation.
In Ratni’s failed refugee claim he admitted to working with the al-Qaeda affiliated Armed Islamic Group (GIA) in Algeria.
To be a successful doctor, it is no longer enough to make an accurate diagnosis and recommend an effective treatment. Today’s medical schools want their students to be well-versed in politics—and not just any politics, but issues embraced by the left. Left-leaning issues are weaving their way into the curriculum and woe to those who speak out, including faculty members.
After 11 years of hemorrhaging money, the Newseum, a 250,000 square foot temple dedicated to journalists by journalists, will close on December 31, 2019. Apparently, despite pouring $650 million to the project, the effort to prop up the floundering museum has finally collapsed..
“the exhibit on journalistic ethics took up less space in the seven floor building than the gift shop.”