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December 22, 2017

LIBERALS ARE AS BAD AS EVER

Filed under: JUSTIN TRUDEAU PM,Liberals,News and politics,PRIME MINISTER — thenonconformer @ 9:52 am
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Canadians Didn’t Sign Up For Trudeau’s Scandals And Bad Policies. Trudeau’s latest actions in government have not lived up to expectations, and Canadians are taking notice.  Trudeau like a typical Liberal lied when he said  “We will uphold the highest standards of integrity and impartiality both in our public and private affairs.”

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“A  54 per cent now disapproves of the performance of the Liberal government under Trudeau while a minority of 46 per cent approves. Twenty-eight per cent said they strongly disapprove and 26 per cent said they somewhat disapprove. This is really people evaluating the government on its own terms and the Liberal Party on its own terms. If a federal election were held tomorrow, the Conservatives would win. Liberals would win 33 per cent of the national popular decided vote if Canadians went to the polls this weekend, while Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives would receive 38 per cent of the same vote and win the election.  According to the poll, 40 per cent of Canadians think the Justin Trudeau  trip to India had a negative effect on Canada-India relations. Just 16 per cent think it was a positive step forward while 21 per cent think it had no impact on relations. Only nine per cent of Canadians gave the federal budget “two thumbs up.” In contrast, 23 per cent gave it “two thumbs down” while the vast majority of 69 per cent said they would merely “shrug their shoulders” at it.   Support for the  Liberal party in the Prairies has plummeted.  This Ipsos poll on behalf of Global News was an online survey of 1,001 Canadian adults conducted between Feb. 28 and March 1, 2018.   ”   ” Global News 

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Discover the TRUTH ABOUT THE Liberal Party of Canada .  The Liberal party has a history of fiscal irresponsibility and running large deficits, but this Liberal government has  a trend of even  breaking major campaign promises. The  Liberals now feel that the status quo will do just fine since they’re in power, the contributions are rolling in and the PM is as photogenic as ever. That  can’t hide the truth. T Liberal leader   has   slid almost as far as his most disgraced opponents.  Liberals are losing favour because their policies are for a party that is guaranteed election, but that isn’t the case anymore. 

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 It is a centuries-old proverb that he who pays the piper calls the tune. And it  confirms what people of all ages have known very well: that with enough money, one can have politicians, judges and police officers in one’s back pocket. Money corrupts.  The Liberals and Justin Trudeau are also some of the  people who just can’t be trusted.    https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2016/05/15/parasites/

 

“The Liberals are putting the safety of all Canadians at risk by allowing (Islamic State) fighters to return to Canada and proposing a ‘reintegration program’ and support services for them,”   Trudeau’s advocacy of providing humanitarian aid while eschewing military involvement is soft-headed. While humanitarian aid awaits  the Islamic State  murderers  ISIS  spreads its tentacles into more countries as it already is doing. At some point, ISIS  has to be confronted and stopped before it ends up on our shores.  Liberals aren’t taking a hard line with IS returnees. https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2017/09/08/justin-trudeau-a-traitor-destroying-canada/

https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2016/01/20/pm-justin-trudeau-many-missed-you/

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Trudeau disregards his promises on ethics and transparency. Justin Trudeau and the Liberal party have been under scrutiny regarding their multiple “cash-for-access” fundraisers. This scandal has shown a complete disregard for Canadian campaign finance laws, while the wealthy and lobbyists continue to erode democracy.

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Trudeau also promised middle-class tax cuts to be paid for by tax hikes for higher incomes. Such tax changes were promised to be revenue neutral, meaning they would not cost the Canadian public additional tax dollars.  Bill Morneau and the Liberal government again showed their inability to keep their word, as it is now being reported that these tax changes are actually going to leave the government short $1.2 billion.

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The  federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau lost his latest efforts to end the ethics controversy swirling around his personal finances. Morneau  he had not put his assets in a blind trust.  Bill Morneau gets a failing grade from Canadians,”Canadians don’t care whether it’s directly or indirectly — if you’re getting benefits from decisions you’re making, that’s no good,”

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Canada’s prime minister was found guilty of violating four sections of the Conflict of Interest Act governing public office holders, stemming from two 2016 vacations on Bell’s Cay, a private island in the Bahamas owned by the Aga Khan.  Like Bill Morneau, Trudeau appears perplexed at the notion he has done anything wrong. While saying he accepts “full responsibility,” he continues to describe his actions as merely seeking private family time. Like Morneau, he accepts he needs to do something, but is unsure why.”  Trudeau himself, even while supposedly apologizing Wednesday, continued to downplay the trip by saying “family” — describing his “family vacation” with “family friend” Aga Khan .   Even if they were genuinely friends, that’s all the more reason to clear the trip through Canada’s ethics channels.

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The real question is can the Liberal Party stop being its own worst enemy. Decades of corruption leaves it mark on a brand. It the cycle of federal politic for the past 40 some years. The weird part is nobody learn from it.  From Bill Morneau’s numbered company-held French villa to Trudeau’s billionaire holidays, this seems like the first period in Canada’s political history in which the country’s elected leaders aren’t even pretending they live like ordinary Canadians.

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December 4, 2017

RCMP MANIACS, ABUSERS,

Filed under: Civil servants,cost ineffective RCMP,Ministers,News and politics,Police,RCMP — thenonconformer @ 10:13 am

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The RCMP is to  be an exemplary force of decency, goodness but if you read the news the last many years they are nothing but that. It seems that they hired officers that are just as bad as the criminals they are  pursuing.

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Dec 1, 2017  An RCMP officer in Manitoba  has been charged for refusing to give a breath sample after his vehicle was pulled over near Birds Hill Park. The news of the charge, which was made in September but was only made public by RCMP Friday, follows a string of arrests involving Winnipeg police officers.  The Manitoba RCMP officer. Corp. Scott Hanson, a 17-year member of the RCMP, is facing impaired-related charges.
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In October, Const. Justin Holz, 34, was charged with impaired driving causing death in connection with the collision that killed Cody Severight, 23, in October. Earlier this week, more charges were added including dangerous driving causing death, dangerous driving and driving with a blood-alcohol level over .08 per cent causing death.
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A man Christian Duck Chief, 24,   from the Siksika First Nation, southeast of Calgary,   suffered broken facial bones during a violent RCMP arrest last year.   On April 1, 2016   officers entered his home, broke at least four bones in his head and face during an arrest, and then walked him naked through their detachment. An RCMP officer hit Duck Chief at least 20 times after he stopped struggling, even as he lay handcuffed on the floor. According to Stonechild, Duck Chief was yelling “I’m not resisting” over and over as an officer hit him and elbowed him in the face “more than 20 times.”  “After arresting him, they took him out of his home naked, put him in the back of a police cruiser naked, and then took him through the detachment nude in the presence of a female civilian personnel at the guard desk.  His lawyer,   maintained the use of force was excessive and that the officers were in Duck Chief’s home without a warrant, “violating his privacy and his dignity.”

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 The RCMP failed women. An unprecedented settlement that will pay up to $220,000 to women who were sexually harassed while working for the RCMP over the past 40 years   “This is the first workplace gender-based harassment class action settlement in Canada,”  Despite having formally apologized for nearly five decades of discrimination and sexual harassment carried out members of the RCMP against their female colleagues, officials from the RCMP refused to provide specific details on the number of settlements agreed to or the amount of tax dollars used to resolve these complaints.
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  November 23, 2017 RCMP facing additional sexual harassment, discrimination claims from roughly 1,100 women. A year after the RCMP announced a landmark settlement with victims of sexual harassment and discrimination, there’s been an astounding number of women who have come forward. As many as 1,100 women have begun the process of opening sexual harassment or discrimination claims against the RCMP. MP calls new numbers on RCMP sexual harassment claims ‘mind boggling’. “It’s really completely unacceptable and quite discouraging to see the magnitude of the situation. The fact that it could continue to grow and it’s a stark reminder that work needs to be done — both on the part of the government and the RCMP.”
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Nov 27, 2017  An incident between two married members of the RCMP has lead to Nova Scotia’s police watchdog laying charges assault and uttering threats against the husband.
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A retired RCMP inspector had a mistaken belief that a civilian employee consented to sexual activity in a washroom at the force’s British Columbia headquarters, the Crown says.  Michelle Booker said Wednesday that Tim Shields did not take any steps to see if the woman provided consent for him to allegedly kiss and grope her in 2009. Shields, 52, was charged with one count of sexual assault in May 2016 and has pleaded not guilty. Shields joined the RCMP in 1996 and was promoted to inspector in 2009. He was the Mounties’ media spokesman in B.C., and was suspended with pay in May 2015 in the middle of the code of conduct investigation. He left the force in December of that year.

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