National Post: Bro. Trudeau’s incoherent gun registry position is a gift to his Liberal rivals

National Post John Ivison: Trudeau’s incoherent gun registry position is a gift to his Liberal rivals

Dec 3, 2012 Bro. John Ivison

Sometime between now and the 2015 election, expect to see a Conservative Party attack ad featuring a YouTube clip of a rookie MP debating the long-gun registry with some university protesters on the steps in front of Parliament.

“The registry saves lives,” argues a young Justin Trudeau, passionately.

Cut to an interview on the Liberal leadership campaign trail. “The long-gun registry, as it was, was a failure and I’m not going to resuscitate it,” says a slightly older Mr. Trudeau.

In Hawkesbury, Ont., on Friday, Justin Trudeau threw the long-gun registry under his campaign bus.

This downright reasonable position simultaneously illustrates how unserious Canadian politics can be, and offers a strange glimmer of hope for improvement — strange because it’s coming from someone many people assumed, not without reason, was a fairly insubstantial, middle-of-the-road Grit, as wedded as any other to the party’s various myths and talismans.

A year ago at this time, po-faced Liberals were making political hay out of Conservatives being deliberately excluded from a Parliament Hill memorial for the 14 victims of the […]

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4 themes from the ‘New Democrat’ leadership race

CBC News Mar 20, 2012

4 themes from the NDP leadership race By Laura Payton, CBC News

Freemason Signs…

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A History of Britain, episode 11: The Wrong Empire

A Documentary about Liberty, Trade, Empire and Taxation

Written and Presented by Simon Schama

>> Episode 11 Continues

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No need for public inquiry into G20 chaos say Freemason Premier of Ontario and Freemason Mayor of Toronto

Toronto Star Ontario won’t call public inquiry into G20 chaos

Mon Jun 28 2010 Rob Ferguson, Tanya Talaga and David Rider

Queen’s Park says it’s up to Ottawa to call a public inquiry into the G20 Summit that roiled Toronto.

And Toronto Mayor David Miller insists no inquiry is needed, saying the city’s Police Services Board will conduct a routine review with input from citizens — and anyone who feels they were mistreated by police can complain directly to the provincial Office of the Independent Police Review Director.

But Ontario’s New Democrats say there are “far more questions than there are answers” after the wild weekend of violence and the decisions that led up to it, making it essential to have an inquiry into how Toronto was chosen, security was planned, as well as police tactics and strategy over the weekend.

“It’s unbelievable so many crimes could be committed in the presence of so many police officers,” said New Democrat MPP and justice critic Peter Kormos, referring to the “black bloc” protesters who ran amok despite a security tab of almost $1 billion.

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Progressive Conservative’ & ‘Liberal’ Freemason Premiers Join ‘Greenbelt’ 5th Anniversary Celebrations

Link to News Release

Freemason Toronto Mayor David Miller was also in attendance with Freemason Former Ontario Premiers Bill Davis and David Peterson and current Premier Dalton McGuinty, also a Freemason, who recently Hosted ‘Republican’ Freemason Arnold Schwarzenegger during his ‘Climate Change’ World Tour.

So much for affordable single family homes. Guess the future is public housing for all – another great Masonic leap forward

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Liberals to hold policy convention, but won’t talk about policy

The Hill Times March 16th, 2009

Liberals to hold policy convention, but won’t talk about policy

Grits say they’re avoiding making any policy suggestions that the governing Conservatives can copy in the next election

By Harris MacLeod

The federal Liberals will hold a major policy convention in early May, but they are refusing to discuss policy ideas and say they are avoiding making any policy suggestions that the governing Conservatives can copy in the next election.

They say they are keeping their still-developing campaign platform top secret in order to keep the focus squarely on the government amidst the rapidly deteriorating economy.

“What your policies are going to be in an election are announced just before you go into it. You don’t want to provide an opportunity for target practice in the meantime,” said Liberal Senator David Smith, one of four national campaign co-chairs charged with preparing the party for the next election.

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