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François Legault interdit la Fête de Noel: Analyses de Radio-Québec, Le Stu-Dio et Nomos-TV

Jason Kenney reconnaît que le confinement en Alberta était une erreur

Contrairement à l’ensemble des leaders occidentaux, Jason Kenney reconnaît que le confinement était une erreur et il en assume la responsabilité. Mais aujourd’hui, au lieu de courir après un R-0 mythique, inatteignable, Jason Kenney tient compte du réel lorsqu’il prend des décisions pour les Albertains. Les politiques de confinement sont suicidaires pour n’importe quelle société qui s’y engage. Jason Kenney refuse de continuer dans cette voie et cela l’honore grandement. Merci Monsieur Kenney pour votre honnêteté et votre intégrité. Pendant ce temps-là, nous, au Québec, on est pris avec la gagne de François Legault et ses politiques folles de confinement. Ça va être long. Les Albertains sont vraiment chanceux d’avoir un Premier Ministre qui pense à leur bien-être et à leur santé au lieu de penser juste à ses statistiques de Covid.

André Pitre livre ses impressions sur le banissement de la chaîne Youtube du Stu-Dio

Alexandre Cormier-Denis analyse les résultats électoraux des dernières élections fédérales canadiennes

Le Ministre canadien de l’emploi Jason Kenney sur la nature maléfique du communisme

L’entrevue avec Jason Kenney est précédée d’un court extrait d’un discours du Premier Ministre canadien Stephen Harper. Kenney fait référence durant l’entrevue à l’ouvrage Le livre noir du communisme. Aussi, pour bien comprendre la nature du communisme, on doit mentionner également le merveilleux livre de Diana West, American Betrayal.

John Baird stands for Israel and strikes back at anti-semitism

Here is the transcript of John Baird’s, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs, adress to the United Nations General Assembly on September 26th 2011. I also suggest Jason Kenney’s, Canadian Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, speech at the anti-Durban conference in New York, on September 22nd. The Canadian Government stands by Israel and strikes back at anti-semitism.

John Baird’s speech at the UN

Jason Kenney at anti-Durban conference

Saudi Arabia and SunNews Network: Theocracy versus Liberal Democracy

Watch these two SunNews videos (the first two links). They are about an ongoing broil between the government of Saudi Arabia and Canadian broadcasters. The whole thing started with an add presented by, a NGO website that encourages people to buy oil from countries that embody liberal democracy principles, such as freedom of speech, human rights, and not to buy it from countries, like Saudi Arabia, that do the opposite. The add focuses more specifically on women’s rights and Saudi Arabia is given as an example to the contrary. Apparently, the Saudi government issued threats to broadcasters, such as CTV, to cease and desist running the add. The tv network, having to choose between principles and business considerations, decided to pull out the add to save legal expenses, among other things. In other words, they caved, instead of fighting to defend and save democracy and its principles. In the first video, you will see a short response from minister Jason Kenney. I like his tone of voice. In the second video, you’ll see Ezra Levant commenting on the situation. He brings, with great accuracy, the role that should play feminists in a situation like that, while we don’t hear them at all, and the same with the CBC…but we are not surprised. Toronto newspapers fortunately have talked about it and, evidently, SunNews Network.

Overall, I must say that I am beginning to be rather tired of the cowardice of our elites. CBC’s behavior in this is outrageous but, as I said, I am not surprised. They seem to have a bias in favor of Middle East petro-dollars. We can see it clearly when they cover news about Israel. The Jewish state is always portrayed as the bad guys, and Arab or Muslim states always as the good ones. So is it surprising that they keep silent about something that embarrasses their « partners »? Probably not. The CTV behaves as cowards too, motivated by profit and short-term business relations. And the most digusting behavior of all comes from those whom we would expect it the least, the feminists. It is curious. When I was growing up in the ’70s and ’80s, men’s behavior were scrupulously studied, analyzed, observed, and if one of them was caught doing something judged not « acceptable », he was lynched in the media, in the public arena and his whole career and life were ruined. I have the impression that men are not equally treated on the Earth. If you are a man of colour, especially an Arab, you can treat women like animals and do anything with them. Feminists in the western world don’t give a damn. But if you have the unfortunate characteristic of being a white western male, then you are considered guilty as charged and feminists will make sure that you are accused and brought to justice for stuff that, all things considered, are not that terrible if you compare them with things going on in the Middle East. Feminists apply a logic that is beyond logic: the worst you behave with women, the best treatment you get; the best you behave with them, the worst you are treated. Continuer la lecture