>>61145192 he is not charming. i've spoken to him and personally i found him off-putting. he has this superior attitude behind closed doors, like he knows best, and responds very poorly to people who disagree with him.
his public personality looks fantastic but it's just a fake visage
>>61145192 >>6'2" bastard rockstar genes >>great physique skinny fat >>great facial aesethetics fat pudgy face (pic related is real facial aesthetics) >>good sense of dress It's easy to get a queer to dress you up nice when you're a rich trust fund kiddy >>fantastic personality He's a closeted homo SJW >>big penis Not likely given his aversion to man-spreading >>socialite Thanks to daddy
>>61145290 I can't tell you guys how I know this, but Justin Trudeau is really a 9 year old kid who was a granted a wish by a supernatural being the general public is unwilling to accept at this time. His wish was to become prime minister of Canada.
>>61145611 No I am of somewhat above average intelligence (IQ of 150) and have done extensive study into the subject of phrenology. The Canadian prime minister has either had a serious head injury resulting in cranial malformation or else he is exhibiting classic cranial signs of subnormative intelligence.
Ban on anything with a reciprocating bolt handle, or that looks scary is soon to be on that list: http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/rcmp-rifle-upgrades-semi-automatic-1.3400423
Best of: >illegally altering magazine clips to allow for rapid continuous fire >Some rifles could be banned >Liberal government has promised to "put decision-making about weapons restrictions back into the hands of police, not politicians," raising the possibility the RCMP may yet be able to get some semi-automatics taken off the market. >Liberals' election commitments is to broaden membership of the firearms committee to include representatives of women's groups and public-health advocates. >"The materials required for improvised full automatic fire are ordinary everyday products."
They're literally going to ban everything because of the piece of string modification, or because it's "designed for military".
>>61144948 Trudeau is prepping to repeal: >C-377 = forces unions to have open books/show how they spend money >C-525 = gives workers the right to secret ballot to certify or decertify a union >First Nations Financial Accountability Act = which forces first nations band councils/reserves to have open books and show band members/the public how federal/provincial money is spent
So basically he's fucking the union workers over, setting up easy corruption paths and repealing the only thing that stops native chiefs from hoarding the money for their family (which we have found they do in the past).
He is setting to repeal ALL legislation unilaterally imposed by the Harper government. the First Nations Financial Accountability Act is simply one example.
"In its current form, C-377 places onerous financial reporting requirements on unions. For example, the law forces unions to disclose “detailed financial information as well as information on political, lobbying and other non-labour relations activities” to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). The CRA would then make the information public.
“The Government of Canada has indicated its intent to repeal Bill C-377. As a result, this waiver ensures that unions and other stakeholders affected by the Bill will not be required to develop and submit detailed tracking of their activities to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) for these fiscal periods"
>>61144948 Guy is delusional, thinks he's some great leader who can inspire people when really the only reason they voted for them is "Dude weed lmao", "Harper is a creepy old man ewww I hate him", and his average looks.
>>61146761 Good sir, I believe you need to wake up since you're clearly still in Harper nightmare land. Once you do, you will immediately inhale a puff of cannabis smoke and your mind will be cleared. Check your mailbox. It's so full of job offers that it's going to burst open.
>>61146932 He talks like a bad actor trying to be too enthusiastic and intentionally inspirational. Which makes sense when you consider he used to be a drama teacher, and by the way he speaks publicly he wasn't very good one.
>>61146821 >his average looks Let's be fair, Turdeau is a beefcake relative to most national leaders. He's got an Eric Bana/Joe Manganiello look going on, and I'm sure that was enough to secure the clueless female vote.
>>61144948 He stuck us with the bill for his kids two nannies, and has already taken multiple vacations. +
>Wants to allow gay mens blood for collection, despite 63% of HIV in Canada being transmitted by gay men http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/canadian-young-liberals-want-end-gay-blood-donation-ban290914/
>Wants to let Mexicans come here without any visa requirements http://www.therecord.com/news-story/5930697-trudeau-says-will-remove-visas-for-mexicans/
>Kicking out military from their own bases to make space for refugees http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/troops-clearing-space-at-cfb-kingston-for-syrian-refugees-1.2670111
>One of his main advisers (Wynne) is responsible for defrauding citizens of over $37 BILLION http://www.thestar.com/news/queenspark/2015/12/02/ontario-consumers-likely-paying-billions-extra-for-hydro-one-decisions-auditor-general.html
>Wants to implement a 'carbon tax credit' scheme that will cost citizens BILLIONS http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/the-price-of-paris-canada-sends-more-than-300-delegates-to-climate-talks-1.2686239
>Want's to spend BILLIONS of tax dollars on importing 'refugees' http://thechronicleherald.ca/canada/1323355-cost-of-canada%E2%80%99s-syrian-refugee-plan-pegged-at-1.2b-over-six-years
>Sent over 300people to Paris Climate Summit, more than the USA, UK, and Australia combined - Where they gave away billions to 3rd world countries for "green energy" http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/the-price-of-paris-canada-sends-more-than-300-delegates-to-climate-talks-1.2686239
"According to figures provided to CTV, the federal government has budgeted more than $650,000 for the Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) delegation alone.
In addition, an estimated $121,500 will been provided to other Canadian delegates"
>THE TAX AND SPEND LIBERALS ARE BACK IN FULL EFFECT - Reminder our deficit for 2015 is already up to $10BILLION
THAT IS $8 BILLION OVER THE DEFICIT THEY PROMISED/RAN ON ... AND IT HAS ONLY BEEN LESS THAN 3 MONTHS LMAO
>>61145986 >Semi-auto rifles can only have 5 round magazines >Handguns extremely restricted How often are Canadians killed by legal firearms? What is the logic behind banning more guns when the only gun violence is from illegal firearms. If anything it would be the RCMPs fault for legal gun violence for not having adequate mental health and background checks.
>>61144948 Is canada a decent place to live nowadays? I'm feeling like moving to a english speaking country but U.S.A and England are kinda fucked right now and there's absolutely no way i'm moving to Australia so i thought Canada might be a good choice.
I don't think this (>>61147722) is a strong enough message Just so that people get it, during the worst recession in recent history Stephen Harper managed to have our dollar bottom out at just under 80 cents.
Within months of Trudeau in office, the dollar dropped from 80 cents to 68 and is still falling.
he will be the usher of end times, finally bane-breaking the back of our economy by spending money we don't have on basketball courts, free hijabs and healthcare covered gender reassignment surgeries; by flooding the country with countless refugees for everyone to support, even as the working population retires and the working population decreases; and by continuously empowering the two polar opposites that are islamic fundamentalists and militant sjws, until their power levels reach critical mass and the country erupts into a towering inferno, as western degeneracy clashes with eastern barbarism! as this fire spreads, it will consume the world, triggering the apocalypse >this is the way the world ends >this is the way the world ends >now with a bang, but with syrup
(Should have cost $22 million over 11 years, instead cost $2 billion)
So if it's anything like that with these "refugees" we're sending text messages to via cell-phone to get them here... That $1.2BILLION will end up being over $100BILLION. (not to mention that $1.2 estimate is only for 25,000, not the 50,000 that is the new number for 2016)
>For example, they are already on schedule to spend $80million just on their hotel bills from December to March.... that's already 40% of their estimated yearly budget already spent, in less than 1/3rd of a year
>>61148074 You see that shit on the CBC about full autos? The article was like "This fully automatic firearm we made in a lab out of a semi-auto by use of machinists skill, and illegal specific parts is dangerous. AND CAN BE MADE BY ANYONE."
I wonder how long it will be until the CBC loses the last of it's credibility.
>>61147992 Gun crimes and crime in general is at it's lowest it's been in 50 years (back to 1965~ levels).
There is no logical reason to start going after law abiding citizens guns right now... There is just an agenda taking place, which is the cause for it.
REasoning: Right now, homicides with guns is around less than 600 people per year (most always committed with an illegal gun, anyhow) within a population sample size of 35,000,000 citizens.
35000000/600 = 58333.33
Literally you have a 1 in 58333 chance of dying by a gun in Canada right now
0.00001714295 % odds that you'll die by a gun here. Now tell how can they say they are doing this for safety... (reminder, it's mostly gang related & over 90% of the time an illegal gun is used, more laws will not change anything)
There is clearly an ulterior motive at play here - It's a plain and clear gun grab.
>>61148207 Friend, buddy, dude, amigo, my country of origin is 0.25$ to 1 of our currency, literally anything is better than my country right now. >>61148132 i'm not actually Japanese, i'm just in here for a exchange program that didn't do so well, I'm not even Asian.
>>61148372 >>61148074 I had another /pol/ was right again moment today, here it is for you all to enjoy:
"Members of the same team that got Senator Barack Obama elected and left the mighty USA in a gutter of despair are running Canada’s Liberal contender for prime minister—poised to win the 2015 federal election.
>Obama’s former economic czar Larry Summers, media described as “now the intellectual guiding light for Mr. Trudeau and his key advisors” was the top speaker at Thursday’s opening night at the Canadian Liberal convention.
“The Liberal camp appears to have bought into Mr. Summers views on “secular stagnation”—the idea that Japanese style economic torpor is the new normal in North America.” (National Post, Feb. 21, 2014)
Trudeau was already a Summers puppet before delivering his well-touted, email to -”Friend “important message for all Canadians” at the convention parroting the fallacy that the $250-billion Canadian budget would “take care of itself”.
>Floundering America bought hook, line and sinker into Summers’ economic policies pushed by Obama. A former chief economist to the ever-encroaching World Bank, Summers is an ex-Secretary of the Treasury and has been an economic advisor to two Democratic presidents, Clinton and Obama.
The Summers’ grass did not just grow on the get-me-elected-at-any-price Justin Trudeau. It grew on failed Summers-groomed Liberal Prime Minister candidate Michael Ignatieff back in 2012."
tl:dr; le weedmans top jewish advisor is the same one used by obama
>>61148074 50,000 is misleading. Even calling them families is misleading.
Families is a bit misleading.
Under the Immigration and Refugee protection Act a refugee aged at least 18 years old may sponsor: >spouse, partner or conjugal partner over 16 >parents >grandparents >dependant child of the sponsor >child intended to be adopted >orphaned brothers, sisters, nieces or grandchildren under 18 who are unmarried or not living in a common-law relationship A dependant may be over 18 if "disabled". Keep in mind that is a very blanket term.
So actually we are getting far more than 50,000 refugees because of how we do family reunification. And it will be an absolute nightmare to vet as we have no real way to confirm or deny relationships/disabilities etc.
>Refugees get $61 per day for food >This is $854 every 2 weeks for food alone >Minimum wage in BC is $10.45 per hour >If you work full time (30 hours) for 2 weeks you only get $627 >Refugee gets $197 more than a minimum wage full time worker gets in gross pay >federal income tax rate is 15% >provincial income tax rate for that paygrade is 5.06% >so the worker loses another ~$135 >realistically that min wage full time worker is only getting $521 per two weeks out of which food/clothes/transport/rent etc. all must come out of >refugee gets $333 more than their entire income for food alone >refugee has housing covered
Its pretty retarded. The amount they get for food alone is roughly the same as a worker would make if they worked 30 hours a week at $18 an hour (which nets $858 per two weeks after taxes for food/clothes/rent etc.).
>>61148757 >If he legalizes weed he's redeemable in my eyes Based Harper made it defacto legal here. You can just get a medical card and start blazing that shit, or you can get it just about anywhere here.
It is so low priority on the polices' list of things to go after, that they won't even bother to write a ticket most of the time, they'd just take it and tell you to stop being an idiot.
>>61148960 Yeah you need a non-restricted pal for most long rifles and shotguns but some are restricted. In all honesty a full restricted isn't much more work than a regular PAL but I don't see a point in owning restricted guns.
As for where you can get the testing done. You need to do the Hunters Education Course which is a 2 evening deal with a written and practical test at the end and it's very easy to pass. After that you send the forms to the RCMP and wait months for your license in the mail.
It's not difficult at all. I got my testing done in Alberta for free so I'm not sure where to go locally but I think the Feds have a list of licensed instructors.
Home defense is really fucky in this country. When you apply for your license never say that's why you want a gun since that's grounds for denial.
You need to prove in court that the level of violence used was appropriate. Sadly most judges agree that you should run away when possible. If they had a gun and blocked all your exists you might get away with it.
>refugees are going to swing ridings >le weed man is expediting their citizenship so they'll be able to vote in the next election >he's already said he's going to pass electoral reform without a referendum >mfw they're going to be in power forever
So stupid and typical of law in this country. How are you supposed to know what someone who breaks into your house is armed with?
Pretty ballsy to take on someone with an unloaded weapon though
As far as I know we don't have castle doctrine in this country. I'm not sure what the justice system expects in this country, do they want us to train the whole family to all be able to jump out the window without defending ourselves?
>>61150469 >However, there is no right to counsel during a criminal trial, except in specific situations >Unlike many other first world countries, the right to own property is not included in Canada's bill of rights, WHAT THE FUCK
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