Quoting “In Europe, with the changing winds, shifting demographics and rapidly changing political landscape, I agree in principle with preserving western democracy and values and protecting the west from political and social Islam. Already, Europeans are talking about the rise of independent nation states within British and European countries. They have their own parallel system of laws, justice, social orders and political systems within the EU that are separate and distinct from the British and European systems. Areas within Britain and Europe even have their own boundaries, sometimes marked with a symbol, where ancestral EU natives are not allowed to enter. Europeans talk about how many ancestral natives are leaving Europe and immigrating to Australia and Canada because they feel their ancestral land is no longer their homeland. There is nothing wrong with and everything right about Trump’s policy to look after America’s interests first and foremost. I would like to see Canada do the same.” The best thing our colonial masters could do is extricate themselves from “Europe.” Obama’s and Brussels’ threats notwithstanding.
Raucous crowds of protesters took to the streets late Thursday in California as Donald Trump brought his Republican presidential campaign to conservative Orange County after sweeping the Northeast primaries.
Dozens of protesters were mostly peaceful as Trump gave his speech inside the Pacific Amphitheater. After the event, however, the demonstration grew rowdy and spilled into the streets.
At least four people were arrested and one Trump supporter had his face bloodied in a scuffle as he tried to drive out of the arena. One man jumped on a police car, leaving its front and rear windows smashed and the top dented in and other protests sprayed graffiti on a police car and the venue’s marquee.
Here’s a look at some of those “children” Orest Zaworsky was blabbering on about…
And, for those worried about the eeeevil Tea Party, here is our good friend Rand Paul after his conversion had become complete:
B.C. Premier Christy Clark is taking presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to task for his anti-trade stance — equating it with building a wall between the U.S. and Canada.
“It’s not helpful when down in the States there are serious presidential candidates who are talking about building a wall between Canada and the United States. Trade barriers are just another kind of wall,” Clark said in an interview with Chris Hall on CBC Radio’s The House.
“I’d remind Americans that America was never made great, and no American president is remembered as great, because he built walls.”
The comments come as Canada and the U.S. are still haggling over a new softwood lumber trade agreement. Clark said Friday that she’s hopeful the two sides can craft a deal by summer’s end before presidential politics heat up further.
Canada’s State Broadcaster is making fewer and fewer articles available for comment. Those that are still open for comment tend to be articles with absolutely no relevance, such as a story about an British icebreaker being named “Boaty McBoatface.”
Today, CBC had several stories up on its website regarding Donald Trump. Most comments were disabled, perhaps because the comments on stories that are open are not going MotherCorp’s way.
The overwhelming tone of the comments are pro-Trump. Canadians are not anti-Trump and are demanding change in their own country as well. Comments that disparaged or insulted Trump not only had pro-Trump replies, but had significantly more down-votes than up-votes (the “dislike” button is a new innovation to CBC.ca, although they have yet to discover an “edit” button).