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It is this type of leadership that is hurting the image of the RCMP --- political influence

https://www.halifaxexaminer.ca/feat...to-advance-trudeaus-gun-control-efforts/



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Jordan Peterson said that there was a time when Canadians trusted the government, whatever party was in charge, trusted its institutions and trusted the mainstream media. The Trudeau government has changed this. I do not trust the government in Ottawa and haven’t followed any mainstream news media in two years. It’s all Liberal propaganda. We all knew the Trudeau government would be a disaster for this country but who would have guessed it would have caused this much damage. The actions of the RCMP will one day have to be addressed or the organization will simply become the gestapo for the ruling party. Can we survive another three years of the Liberal/NDP coalition?

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The Liberal Government we have today is pure evil, and the NDP approves.
Clearly, the RCMP will do the dirty work asked of them towards Canadian Citizens.

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At least you only need 4 letters.
We have alphabet soup.
FBI, DEA, ATF, IRS...

Holy [bleep], the mail man is examining the mail and keeping records
On anyone. Not with warrants!
The postal service is survaling our
social media use? No tin hat, they have admitted it!


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There is much more at stake for the RCMP concerning this mass shooting event. The perpetrator was rumoured to have been an RCMP paid source. He was also a violent offender denied by the courts from owning firearms for life. Once through the courts and legally banned from accessing firearms no further legal action or surveillance was provided to ensure he was complying with the court orders. Yet, he was able to get two rifles and ammunition undetected by the authorities. No red flags were raised when he bought two vehicles and applied RCMP markings on them.

Because of the RCMPs incompetence in handling their source legal gun owners have had their semi automatic rifles banned. It all worked out for the Liberal government in the end, they just need to keep a lid on the real background story. Something the RCMP does very well.

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Nick;
Top of the morning my cyber friend, I hope the day's been a good one for you all and you're well.

Another thing that Jordan Peterson has mentioned a few times is that when governments enact too many rules and laws there's a couple potential pitfalls.

The first and most obvious is that they have to have a mechanism in place to enforce the laws or they'll quickly be viewed as meaningless.

The second which seems to escape most of the Laurentian Elite Intelligencia is that people will only obey laws which they believe are just. He uses the Volstead Act in the US as an example where the Feds said "No booze for the peasants" and the peasants said more or less, "we'll see about that".... right?

Here in BC before the Feds made weed legal, there was a fairly large segment of society - including professionals might I add - who chose to ignore it and imbibe of the Devil's Lettuce if they had a mind to do so.

This brings all sorts of unintended consequences like cash transactions and trading becoming the norm, then that can spin off into folks ignoring tax laws and other laws in general depending upon how far down the rabbit hole they go.

Out here for instance the FN folks I've chatted with have been 100% disinclined to acquiesce to the Fed's suggestions on turning in firearms. They've told me that "they've been there, done that. got the T shirt and aren't looking for another one"....

Historically speaking it's not a great sign when larger and larger subsets of any society begin to first disregard, then ignore and finally work at cross purposes to actively tear down their government.

If that's not what the Feds are looking for by doing this, that'd be good, because some days when I'm weary of the goings on coming from Ottawa, it surely seems like that might be their objective.

I hope and pray I'm wrong about that.

We'll see.

All the best and God Bless.

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Go to the 2:00min to see Bill Blair lying.

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Go to the 2:00min to see Bill Blair lying.

There's the picture of incompetence.


Jimmy Carter can now go to his grave and not be known as the worst president in US HISTORY.
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Interesting on the very careful words both Blair and Trudeau use.

If you get a chance watch the questioning of Lucki --- with her twitchy eyes and face movements --- all the time claiming cabinet confidentiallity even when she was told that it does not apply to her. She was very careful with her words as well.

Three peas in a pod --- none trustworthy and all with a proven past of skirting open truthfulness.



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Originally Posted by HughW
" ... Three peas in a pod --- none trustworthy and all with a proven past of skirting open truthfulness.

Sounds like most U.S. politicians.

L.W.


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Another piece showing error by Brenda Lucki. I wonder if she will be the sacrificial goat Trudeau offers up on this one.

https://www.halifaxexaminer.ca/feat...-influence-messaging-after-mass-murders/



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