Harper out, Trudeau in: Punishing and threatening Russia is a loser’s game

by 1389 on October 23, 2015

in "moderate muslims", 1389 (blog admin), Canada, Iraq, Islamic State (of Iraq and ash-Sham/Levant/ISIS/ISIL/Daesh), red-green-green (leftist/eco-radical/pro-jihadi) axis, Russia, Syria

Not defending Trudeau or the Liberals, merely explaining why they won

As everyone who reads this blog knows, despite my being female, I am no fan of newly-elected Canadian PM Justin Trudeau. All he has going for him is his looks, his father’s name, and a modicum of athletic ability. By all accounts, Trudeau is a buffoon and an intellectual lightweight with no tangible accomplishments, a tabula rasa upon whom hapless voters project their hopes and dreams…much like a certain failed “community organizer” of recent infamy. He is the front man for Canada’s red-green-green (hard-left/eco-radical/pro-jihadi) axis, to the extent that he was even photographed praying in a mosque.

In view of all that, much of the dextrosphere is bemoaning the election results and asking how Trudeau could possibly have won. But that question misses the point entirely.

The real question is not, “Why did Trudeau and the Liberals win the 2015 election?”, but rather, “Why did Stephen Harper and the Conservatives lose?”

Outgoing PM Stephen Harper lost because he and his party failed to focus on their proper task of defending the liberty and prosperity of Canada and its citizens. Instead, Harper got suckered into dragging Canada into a renewed Cold War with Russia.

Harper had been pursuing a strategy of insulting, threatening, and imposing sanctions upon Russia in support of the US-installed puppet regime in Ukraine. Many Ukrainian immigrants and their descendants live in Canada. Harper must have thought that this pandering would buy him enough support from Ukrainian-Canadian voters to make it worthwhile, but he guessed wrong.

Harper had foolishly participated in Obama’s coalition in support of “moderate” Syrian rebels with the aim of overthrowing Syria’s government and expelling Bashir Assad. Those “moderate” Syrian rebels comprise al Qaeda operatives (a/k/a the al-Nusra Front) and various shady mercenaries with shifting allegiances. The US intervention led to a civil war in Syria, destabilized Iraq, and brought about the rise of ISIS.

Recently, Bashir Assad asked Russia, its longtime ally, to help defend Syria against its jihadi enemies. Since then, Russia has made aerial strikes against both ISIS and other rebel factions, including some that the US and Canada had been supporting. Any further Canadian involvement in Syria at this point risks a direct shooting war with Russia, something that no one in his right mind would want.

Trudeau may be wrong on everything from the economy to global warming to Muslim immigration, but he is right about one issue: Canadian voters don’t want a new Cold War with Russia. Thus his announcement on Wednesday, Canada to pull out of bombing campaign against ISIS. As one letter-writer recently pointed out, the only sensible thing to do is to let Russia finish the job in Syria that the US-led coalition has bungled so badly.

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

1 bakancs October 23, 2015 at 3:57 pm

Hmm..I like this blog, but now you talk shit

2 Gramfan October 23, 2015 at 6:32 pm

As well as that, according to Ezra Levant, the US admin played quite a role in it.
They had to get rid of Abbott and Harper:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NG0WcjGHkEw&spfreload=10

3 Uncle Vladdi October 24, 2015 at 2:31 am

I’m Canadian and Conservative and while I agree that Harper’s nazi-supporting Ukrainian nonsense was dead wrong (as was letting Obama lead the feint in Syria) I can’t see that it cost him anything in Canada, simply because most people didn’t know the Ukraine gov were nazis.

Canada has now become Little America – we (not me, of course, but the media party and education system) have just elected mindless dhimwit Justin Turdeau as Prime Minister of Canada.

So now, in stead of fighting ISIS in Syria, we will be bringing them here as refugees.

WE ARE F**KING DOOMED!

Now I know how you Americans have felt for the last 6 or 7 years!

Unlike his evil father, Pierre Turdeau, (who at least made it to various Cabinet positions in
previous governments before he was finally elected PM for the first time) sonny-boy Justin is a clueless trust-fund baby whose only previous job was as a part-time high-school drama teacher (I shit you not)!

He campaigned on Obama’s exact platform (empty promises of “hope and change!”)
… he’s now Canada’s Obama. In fact, he even hired manh of Obama’s own campaign organizers to write his speeches and TV ads for him!

The only way he’s better than Obama is that, when we point out his imbecility, we can’t be accused of being “racists!”

But the media will (as they already have,in droves) cover up his every mistake – and since
everything he does is a mistake, that’s saying a lot!

And it’s not even as if the Conservatives (as they so often do,) snatched defeat from the jaws of certain victory this time, either – what happened rests solely on the endless lies told by the
enemedia union and the education system and the liberal-appointed federal bureaucracy itself, where Elections Canada actually placed voting booths, for the first time ever, right inside the colleges and universities, so the indoctrinated little feral pukes didn’t even have to lay off the weed or leave their lounges to vote in clueless droves to destroy our country!

Beyond that, I DO STILL blame WOMEN for voting for “Handsome Justin,” aka The Shiny Pony. If women weren’t allowed to vote, neither Obama nor Justin Screwd’oh would have ever been elected dogcatchers!

😉

As an aside: as usual, this guy nails it:

http://www.therebel.media/_canada_just_elected_an_idiot

😉

4 Gramfan October 24, 2015 at 7:26 am
5 1389 October 24, 2015 at 9:28 am

@ bakancs,

Since you are commenting from Hungary, I assume that English is not your first language. Care to explain why this blog post makes you so angry?

6 Fran800 October 28, 2015 at 5:29 pm

I agree with 1389 completely on the Russia/Ukraine/Syria/Putin issue, and I think it would be hard for Harper to have been more wrong. Seems he is proud of saying to Putin “I’ll shake your hand, but get out of Ukraine.” He openly says that Russia invaded Ukraine, shows no understanding whatsoever of the undercurrents of the Maidan — rather his office started a letter to me with the explanation “Ukrainians just got fed up with corruption.” He describes Crimea as “Ukraine’s Crimea”, He has consistently demanded more sanctions on Russia. And on and on. In short, I think he is an idiot on the subject. However, most Canadians I meet and talk to about it more or less agree with him. Many think Putin is a Communist. Many actually support the odious Pussy Riot persons (who marshalled the latest Pride parade in Toronto riding on a giant penis). Remember the ignorant rants of Marissa Semkiew and Faith Goldie (both gone from the Rebel thank goodness)? Remember the pianist who was banned by the TSO (I don’t think Harper forced them to ban her)? So I doubt if this issue resonated much in the election at all.
However, I held my nose on these issues and voted for him for other reasons.

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