Top 10 ways Justin Trudeau and the Liberals are courting the Islamist vote #cdnpoli

by 1389 on October 17, 2015

in 1389 (blog admin), Canada, Hamas, Hizballah

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Published on Oct 17, 2015 by Rebel Media

Sheila Gunn Reid of TheRebel.Media asks: Are the Liberals courting the extremist vote? It seems like they are.

Sheila made a list of all ways she thought the Liberals were actively pandering to the extremist voter. Her list includes handpicked candidates who happen to have been members of extremist organizations. Then, she added the actions and policy stances of the Liberal party and their leader Justin Trudeau. The list got a little out of hand so she had to cut it back to just ten examples.

These are all purposeful personnel choices. These are all targeted policy positions. Let’s be honest, everything in politics is strategic.

She knows what she thinks. What do you think? Is it all coincidence or something more?

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1 Ken October 20, 2015 at 1:46 pm

Trudeau was elected as PM of Canada. In his speech to his supporters following his election he made sure to specifically make reference to Islam. As reported in the National Post:

The Liberal leader spoke of a young mother he met on the campaign trail last week, as he addressed hundreds of exuberant supporters in Montreal after Monday’s victory.

The woman, a practising Muslim who wears a hijab headscarf, made her way through a crowd in St. Catharines, Ont., and handed him her baby daughter.

Trudeau said she told him something he would never forget.

“She said she’s voting for us because she wants to make sure that her little girl has the right to make her own choices in life and that her government will protect those rights,” he told supporters.

In his speech to supporters, Harper said it had been an “unbelievable honour” to serve as prime minister and that the recent lengthy campaign had been a “great experience.

“We put it all on the line. We gave everything we have to give and we have no regrets whatsoever.”

“To her I say this: You and your fellow citizens have chosen a new government — a government that believes deeply in the diversity of this country.”

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