Saudi Arabia Rebukes Mediation With Canada, Hints Toward More Action Being Considered…

…”Responding to a question about the reason for the activists’ arrests, Jubeir said that charges against them would be made public once their cases reach the courts, repeating earlier allegations that they had been in touch with foreign entities.”…

While not delivering specifics on the activity, from hints provided it appears Justin from Canada and his partner Princess Chrystia Freeland was/is supporting a subversive effort to undermine Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS) and the Saudi royal family.  Not good.

RIYADH/DUBAI (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia said on Wednesday there is no room for mediation in the kingdom’s deepening diplomatic dispute with Canada, and that Ottawa knew what it needed to do to “fix its big mistake”.

“There is nothing to mediate. A mistake has been made and a mistake should be corrected,” Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir told a news conference in Riyadh.

In an indication that the quarrel may worsen, Jubeir said that the kingdom was still “considering additional measures” against Canada, but did not elaborate.

Saudi Arabia on Sunday froze new trade with Canada and expelled the Canadian ambassador in retaliation for Ottawa’s call to free arrested Saudi civil society activists.

It also ended state-backed educational and medical programs in Canada, making plans to relocate tens of thousands of Saudi students and patients to other countries.

Responding to a question about the reason for the activists’ arrests, Jubeir said that charges against them would be made public once their cases reach the courts, repeating earlier allegations that they had been in touch with foreign entities.

“The matter is not about human rights; it is a matter of national security,” the minister said.  (read more)

So far the international alliances appear to be taking sides based on political ideology.

The indoctrinated peacenik, obama-clinton, antifa-loving, pro-palestinian, occupy Wall Street, kaffiyeh-wearing, tree-hugging, trust-fund loons hanging out at coffee shops, ie. the base of support for Justin and Chrystia, have rallied to their defense.  (pictured ->)

Representative governments who are more left-wing, oppressive, anti-freedom and lean toward supporting terrorism and The Muslim Brotherhood/extremist chaos, are allied with Canada.

Governments who are more nationalistic, more supportive of freedom and against Islamic extremism are supporting Saudi Arabia.

At the 30,000 ft view, it appears Justin from Canada realizes the consequences of his foreign minister Chrystia Freeland interfering and supporting extremism under the guise of advancing human rights; however, Justin cannot lose face and retreat from his ideological position.

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475 Responses to Saudi Arabia Rebukes Mediation With Canada, Hints Toward More Action Being Considered…

  1. Muthaucker says:

    I wonder who alerted the KSA that Canada was running an “arab spring op” against them?

    Liked by 17 people

    • boutis says:

      Israel? They don’t like Twinkle Toes either.

      Liked by 16 people

    • Doc says:

      Remember the orb.. Emperor Trump set them up with their own NSA.. remembe? Sundance had covered it. It’s not the five eyes network.. it is an alternate set of Two unflinching eyes with great propose.

      I never thought the KSA world become this vital an Ally

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    • rick819 says:

      If Justin screws this up, we could see tens of thousands of Canadian boat people making the perilous crossing from London Ontario to Cleveland. And Lord help us if Lake Erie freezes over this winter….the Canucks will be storming the beaches of Toledo!!

      Liked by 8 people

      • ChrisSy says:

        Nah. They’ll all be heading to Florida, as usual.

        Liked by 2 people

      • John Good says:

        Are you in London ON? If so HI!
        It’s getting so bad here in London ON, that I & the very few Trump Supporters that I know here have to be so careful about what we say at home & in public. And every time any Muslim commits a Terrorist Act anywhere across Canada, the first thing the local CTV “News” channel does is they send a “reporter” down to the local Muslim Centre on Oxford St. & take statements from Muslims “afraid for their life” because of Islamofobia!
        None of them ever blame the Muslim, just the Victim(s) for bringing it upon themselves.
        Is it any wonder that most rational people don;t fully trust the Muslims here in North America?
        And, to make things worse for myself, my new mechanic is a guy in his 20’s who with his older brother run a garage & u-Haul Rental Centre & they are both Muslims from Lebanon. They are some of the nicest people that I know, but they are brainwashed to hate Trump & I respect that.
        Canada is going to be in a World of Hurt because of Trudeau & Freeland, & since I just turned 65 about 15 mins ago, I won’t have to worry too much about employment, just the value of the CND$ vs the USD.

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        • Rodney Short says:

          Happy birthday

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        • rick819 says:

          Well Happy Birthday to You. I live in a little town South of Cleveland. I drive OTR and we sometimes go into London so I know how you feel. It’s a completely different life up there. A lot like California. We both have our work cut out for us!!

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          • John Good says:

            Thanks for the well wishes Rodney & Rick! I hauled RV’s & drove Class C Motorhomes & Commercial Walk-In Vans from Indiana back to the dealers here across Canada from 08′ to 16′. Best job I ever had had… It was like getting paid to go RV’ ing!
            I was hoping to be able to do it till I hit 70 or so, BUT the price of oil here in Canada was devastating Alberta’s economy & also the weak Canadian $ compared to the USD did me in. And now we got the Socialist Twit & “thunder-thighs” bashing your President Trump to try to appease their Liberal Loon Base for the next upcoming Election.
            Rick, you are exactly right, we are just like California.

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  2. Orson says:

    I’ve read some Arab reports that state that the protesters were attempting to acquire “sensitive information.” They, also, state that other charges are pending.

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  3. scott467 says:

    “Saudi Arabia Rebukes Mediation With Canada, Hints Toward More Action Being Considered…”

    _________________

    Saudi Arabia is slapping Canada around like Sonny (James Caan) giving his brother-in-law a beat-down.

    Fast forward to the 1:00 mark:

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    • Toby Flenderson says:

      Sloppy fight choreography. Obvious in 1972. Even worse now!

      Liked by 1 person

      • scott467 says:

        “Sloppy fight choreography. Obvious in 1972. Even worse now!”

        _________________

        If you mean that punch James Caan threw that missed by about a foot, yes, you can’t search for the video clip without seeing plenty of links to commentary about that.

        Apparently, besides that obvious error, the rest of the beat-down was real enough that the actor who took the beating suffered two broken ribs when he was thrown over the railing, and a broken elbow when he held his arm up as Sonny hit him with the trash can lid.

        And even through all that, he never gave up on the scene, he played it to the end — which I doubt many of today’s prima donnas would do!

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  4. Nimron6 says:

    This smells.This is about more than just some Canadian statement about a couple of jailed subversives. These measures are way too extreme. There’s a lot more to this story. You just don’t cancel billions in trade and sever diplomatic relations over something like that. Something serious is up. As to what? IDK. We’ll just have to see.

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    • wendy forward says:

      A choice between MbS and AbJ v. Trudope and Canadian Cankles–kind of a no-brainer.

      Liked by 9 people

    • Rex says:

      Yup. This is more like a response to an act of war.

      Liked by 13 people

      • Jenny R. says:

        Threatening another country’s national security could be seen as an act of war…injecting somebody into a country to try and create a revolution and collapse of that country (think of Lenin) could be construed as an act of war.

        Something tells me Canada’s leadership has royally stepped in it — think the Chinese port building in Djibouti, Yemen, Iran, and KSA…and Uranium One.

        And we aren’t (and shouldn’t!) be exactly happy with Canada for the same reasons.
        Shoulda remembered this, Canada: we may be the “Great Satan”, but we’re the ones who keep your Canadian bacon out of trouble.

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        • Joe Blow says:

          injecting somebody into a country to try and create a revolution and collapse of that country (think of Obama) could be construed as an act of war.

          Liked by 11 people

          • WHISKERS says:

            Fast and Furious was in my opinion an act of war. You don’t allow and actually encourage weapons to go into a “friendly” country to be placed in the hands of criminals that are killing their citizens. without the authorization of the President which in this case was Obama.

            Liked by 4 people

        • LeslieK says:

          …”but we’re the ones who keep your Canadian bacon out of trouble”…Jenny R…you are my new best friend!!! I LOVE IT!!!!!

          Liked by 4 people

        • Dutchman says:

          While we’re at it, killary foundation set up an operation in,….CANADA, because their disclosure laws are different, as I recall.

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          • piper567 says:

            Dutchman, you would be recalling correctly…little detail.

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          • AZ18 says:

            So did Susan Rice, Dutch. Yes, the foreign donations for the Clinton Foundation would be wired to their Canadian shell company which in turn would sent it to the US. Since the funds were coming from Canada, the donors and the amounts would not have to be identified.

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    • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

      I honestly think they want to show President Trump they’re following his lead. Is there a government on the planet – any government – that is not (quietly) impressed with the speed & quality of Trump’s governance, especially in foreign policy.
      They’re not going to talk about it of course. They’re just going to try it out for themselves. I could be wrong. Still, I would bet money that KSA will get the results that they want from Justin sooner rather than later.

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    • Shadrach says:

      Yes. It smells. The woman and her brother were likely Muslim Brotherhood. Even so….
      Victoria Nuland Ukraine type meddling? Very possible. The bad prince Alaweed is back in the news, what is he buying now, I forget, is it Snapchat?

      Awesome for us that this occurs during “NAFTA negotiations.”

      Oh, and for the record, I don’t think the Saudis realized that their tweet w/ the plane would be interpreted the way it was by many. That’s just too silly to think they’d threaten Canada with Wahabists when they’re threatened themselves by Wahabists.

      I do think it’s overly awesome that this happens when Canada’s on the back foot with NAFTA. I don’t think it’s a coincidence. Velly velly interdasting. New alliances made, old ones busted? We will see…

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    • Jared and the young prince are BFFs and they (Saudies) are helping us achieve peace with Israel. Rumors on the web suggest that ol Justin has been a very very bad dude with the five eyes! Some serious anti Trump initiatives and trying to undermine our trade position throughout the world. This is why Trumps team sad they would not help Justin! In addition they are being cut out of all NAFTA talks. They deserve this!

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      • Bendix says:

        That’s what I think, it was some kind of attempt to get our president to do something that will make him look bad.
        A really bad move.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Jan says:

        Boom!!! I didn’t think about the Canadians in the 5-eye role in the Russia-Trump project. It was Nova Scotia where Dave Kramer & John McCain met with a British ambassador (Woods??) and learned about the Steele dossier. I have no idea who else was in the room or who’s Brennan’s or Clapper’s counterpart(s) would have been in Canada at the time they were creating the Russia Trump conspiracy.

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      • piper567 says:

        driver, yeah, Canada comes by their failure the Old Fashioned Way: They Earn It.

        Liked by 1 person

    • piper567 says:

      Nimron,
      The Saudis have officially stated this is an event re National Security.

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    • mztore says:

      Think it is about the canadians trying to MAKE the saudis conform to their way of thinking on issues that are really none of their business…..like gay and lesbian and trans issues.

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      • AH_C says:

        Deeper than that. The Christia tweet was just the cover. Also consider the Saudis said “Canada knows what they have to do”

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    • robins111 says:

      I agree, my spider senses have been tingling since this appeared

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    • Leane Kamari says:

      Russia just came to Saudi Arabia’s defense, take a look at sundance piece yesterday on the new alliances/global axis forming against China i.e. virtual signaling US/SA/Russia

      Liked by 2 people

  5. Rose says:

    It would be nice if Justine showed some back bone, instead of hiding somewhere in luxury address the issue to the people. Everything he touches turns to ash.

    Liked by 5 people

  6. scott467 says:

    I’m gonna check the BIN for a while, Ad rem. You know, make sure the water cooler is full, pick up the empty paper cups, put magazines back in the rack, maybe watch a little TV in the green room.

    Liked by 7 people

  7. G. Combs says:

    Note that Justine Sparkle Socks of Canada went running to Mommy — the UK.

    It was a UK FABIAN SOCIETY PHAMPHLET, “From Dictatorship to Democracy “ that was spotted in Egypt before the ‘Arab Spring’

    As journalists have sought to untangle the disparate threads that unite these uprisings, one of the most interesting revelations has been a common reference to a dusty — but still relevant — book, “From Dictatorship to Democracy.”

    Fabian Chair, ex-Prime Minister, Tony Blair made headlines last year… Tony Blair will earn around £2 million a year in his part-time role as adviser to the Wall Street bank JP Morgan and will also continue to carry out his unpaid work as a UN Middle East envoy….
    …..

    I would not be surprised if Saudi Arabia smelled something nasty in the air. Remember part of the Badawi family are now Canadians. Whether those arrested are ALSO Canadians I do not know.
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/samar-badawi-arrested-1.4770268

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  8. scott467 says:

    “While not delivering specifics on the activity, from hints provided it appears Justin from Canada and his partner Princess Chrystia Freeland was/is supporting a subversive effort to undermine Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS) and the Saudi royal family. Not good.”

    __________

    Not good at all. That sounds a lot like an act of war.

    I guess Canada is at war with Saudi Arabia now. And they’re definitely not ready for Saudi Arabia.

    So it’s ‘so long’, Canada. We’ll miss you.

    You were a good friend.

    Liked by 9 people

    • wendy forward says:

      Oh, dang, not many are ready for SA, those are some baaad dudes.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Corticram says:

      Speaking of being not ready, that was the line the conservatives used against Trudeau in their ads in the last election. Perhaps for the 2019 election it can be “He’ll never be ready.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Jesse T Mims says:

      Re: You were a good friend.

      As long as you WERE a friend, that is…

      Liked by 5 people

    • Jesse T Mims says:

      Re: You were a good friend.

      As long as you WERE a friend, that is…

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dutchman says:

      So, IF SA had elections, which they don’t, AS would be accusing Canada of INTERFERING in said elections, and those arrested of colluding WITH Canada, in said interference? Or even,…sedition?

      Interesting turn of events, no doubt, and NOT gonna end well. My $ is on SA, in this boxing match, but I am having a hard time finding any suckers,..we TAKERS,..I meant TAKERS,..for my bet.

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    • WSB says:

      It does sort of sound like Canada and maybe others were attempting to overthrow MBS and the KSA.

      We can only hope that a few of our out-of-work masterminds are involved as well. I would even settle for their stay in their underwear at the Riyadh Ritz.

      Liked by 3 people

      • prenanny says:

        The globalists are on their last gasps to have put their faith in trudeau and freeland to do their bidding. Something they would not have needed had the evil cow been elected.

        Liked by 7 people

    • piper567 says:

      scott,
      nice format:
      While actually delivering specifics on the activity, from documents provided, it appears that US DOJ and US FBI are supporting a subversive effort to undermine Donald J. Trump and the Trump Administration…
      “Not good at all. That sounds a lot like an act of war.”

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  9. kittytrump84 says:

    I like the 🏈🎱⚾️🏀⚽️ on MbS

    Liked by 8 people

    • wendy forward says:

      Smokin’ hot. I always think of Omar Sharif’s entrance in Lawrence.

      Liked by 12 people

      • lisabrqwc says:

        I find MbS exactly the same Wendy. 😍

        Liked by 6 people

        • listingstarboard says:

          Have never thought amy of those Saudi royalty remotely attractive until MBS!

          Liked by 4 people

          • scott467 says:

            “Smokin’ hot. I always think of Omar Sharif’s entrance in Lawrence.”

            “I find MbS exactly the same Wendy. 😍 ”

            “Have never thought amy of those Saudi royalty remotely attractive until MBS!”

            _________________

            Ladies… it’s two eyes peeking out from a mustache and beard under a turban, in a full length bath robe…

            You can’t possibly even know what he LOOKS like behind / under all that cover, lol!

            Liked by 1 person

            • Bendix says:

              Like you men don’t like imagining what you can’t see.
              Besides, we women have our intuition.

              Liked by 5 people

              • scott467 says:

                “Like you men don’t like imagining what you can’t see.”

                __________________

                Well that’s just it… if they’re wearing a haz-mat suit and a hijab, so all you can see is the eyes through the slit in the headgear, ‘imagination’ is all you’ve got!

                And that’s what I’m saying… MBS is practically wearing a haz-mat suit with a beard & mustache disguise under a turban.

                He could look like Woody Allen or Marty Feldman for all you know.

                Not that there’s anything wrong with that…

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            • Summer says:

              Scott, do you remember how our ladies 😻 kept on falling off the branches whenever Manafort was on TV? I do. Good times.

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    • DanO64 says:

      lol

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  10. lcpusa says:

    at this point i’m prone to believe that justin trudeau is an obama sock puppet.

    this goes back to riyadh and points toward a world wide struggle between good and evil.

    this is some Q level sh**.

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  11. Poor little Canada. It lost all sense of its true size in the world.

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    • Mac says:

      I remember being in Canada when Iran tortured and killed an Iranian who was also a Canadian citizen. The Canadian Government protested about her treatment and the Iranians bluntly told them to pound sand. Even the CBC admitted that all Canada was do was talk because they had no way to exert any force on Iran. Once more the old adage is proven right: “If you want peace, prepare for war.” The Canadians couldn’t beat Idaho in a stand-up fight, much less anyone with a real army.

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  12. Jedi9 says:

    Dam! So Glad Obama and Jarrett were not blamed trying to do the same! Still, I feel bad for Canadians for the embarrassment that these two idiots seem to bring upon them! Freeland and Trudeau have a major problem on their hands, one they can’t recover from.

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    • Sy_N_Tist says:

      Sorry for them? One of my uncles( now deceased ) was a prominent Canadian politician. The majority of the Canadian people are just like Justin…. Communist lite.
      The Canadians have worked hard for decades to make their country worthless.

      In the words of President Trump…. there are a few good ones.

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    • nimrodman says:

      Your mention of “Obama and Jarrett” may be prescient.

      With Iran getting taken down a couple pegs lately, the two of them CAN’T be happy about that.

      Wonder what they might be cooking up in that high-walled compound to “rectify” that.
      Gotta be something, I reckon.

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      • Jedi9 says:

        That is a very good observation and an accurate one at that! Neutering those two to impotence through means of political strategy is working, and will no doubt have greater effect in the longer term that will not be undone! Another operation “Ajax” to right our wrongs is the least we can do for the Iranian people! It was once a democratic nation, and we owe it to them to fix something we originally messed up!

        Liked by 2 people

      • Bendix says:

        Susan Rice, Official Liar of the Obama Administration, put her two cents in on this matter as well, I believe.

        Liked by 3 people

      • piper567 says:

        nimrod, I like the people the President has at his disposal.
        a few of them are worth a Whole Lot More than many of our adversaries.

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    • prenanny says:

      Save your sympathy for the residents of Detroit and other places whose jobs got sucked north. The damage canada has done to America will last for decades PRIOR to this pathetic duo being elected.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Jedi9 says:

        Well, you can’t lump everyone in the same boat! I believe there are some good people in Canada who don’t have a voice! Remember we lived through the same thing for 8 years!

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        • Guffman says:

          Thank you Jedi. Yes there are many of us in Canada (outside of the liberal cities) who are as disgusted that our uninformed, media brainwashed citizens voted this Sock Puppet into power, as most people here in the CTH were that Obama was elected twice by your electorate.

          But I do think that our country has the more bumbling fool, and really has NO idea what he’s doing. It now looks like he’s getting himself deeper and deeper into the international quicksand these days, and with a federal election coming up next year no less 🙂
          Not that we have a great alternative on the ‘Conservative’ side here either (and I use that term very loosely in his case), but I’m afraid many of us will just have to hold our nose and vote for him anyways.

          I’m hoping our brand new, conservative Ontario Premier, Doug Ford – a genuine MOGA man, will clean up much of our provincial mess in the next 4-8 years, and then make a run for the federal leadership to MCGA! That’s a long and winding road ahead, but every journey starts with that first positive step.

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          • piper567 says:

            Guffman, we are also interested in how it goes with your new Premier.
            We have dear Canadian friends here at CTH, and would like it if we could have periodic reports of significant actions this man may be able to make in your Province.
            Please consider keeping in touch.
            Yes, we do understand…ozero was a hanger-on for 8 loooong years.

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            • Guffman says:

              In just his first few weeks in office, Doug Ford has already cancelled 758 solar and wind energy projects that our eco-weany Liberal predecessors chained the taxpayers with, revoked the provincial cap and trade scheme and vowed to fight Trudeau on any imposed carbon tax, plus he said he’s going to reduce Toronto’s city councillors from 47 to 25. Of course all of these things are driving the lefties absolutely mad up here. But with a massive majority provincial government, there’s little they can do to stop him, except ‘reeeesist’ and March around with their placards. It’s such a refreshing change, and he’s barely gotten out of the gate yet.

              A good conservative Canadian blog/aggregator to check out that tracks Ford’s progress (that covers US and world issues too) is smalldeadanimals.com They despise our Sock Puppet Boy leader and praise PDJT regularly, so most here would enjoy it, I think.

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              • piper567 says:

                Guffman, Thanks for the good news!
                and thanks for the link!!
                How exciting to be witnessing some actual response to the craziness.
                Gotta start somewhere.

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  13. El Torito says:

    There was Q mention of Justine being involved with the Collusion “chew toy.” (credit to Dennis Miller)

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  14. Sy_N_Tist says:

    Several treepers have accused me of a lack of civility and “name calling”

    Thank you, Sundance, for showing me how to do it properly.

    The indoctrinated peacenik, obama-clinton, antifa-loving, pro-palestinian, occupy Wall Street, kaffiyeh-wearing, tree-hugging, trust-fund loons hanging out at coffee shops, ie. the base of support for Justin and Chrystia, have rallied to their defense. (pictured ->)

    🤣😄

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      Laughed at that line myself. Sundance is a master.
      Once, my dad told off a neighbor. He spoke for almost 4 minutes, difficult to do, and never used a curse word. That was 39 years ago; the family still talks about it.
      Ya’ know, I think all of our dads would have admired Sundance.

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      • G. Combs says:

        I NEVER EVER heard my Mom or my Dad utter a curse word. I was well into my thirties and working in an all male factory when I finally started using curse words. (Really Bad management will do that to you…)

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          Had the exact opposite experience years ago.
          Was working in a hospital , in ICU ( don’t ask).

          The nurse’s station was like an island, in the middle.

          Had one short, extremely shy, quiet white nurse.
          About 32. The nephrolgist (kidney doc) was a renowned
          jerk. He started in on the quiet nurse one day. And
          then it happened.

          The first words out of her mouth were “You unbelievable
          sack of s…..! And then she literally backed him around
          the nurse’s station, doing a full 360 cussing every step of
          the way. And, the first sentence that she uttered was
          mild compared to what came later. The lady was a
          virtuoso of swearing. It went on for fully 2-3 minutes, and
          you could hear a pin drop throughout the rest of her
          soliliquay. Nobody even breathed. The wild thing about it
          was she wasn’t even written up about it. I think that she
          literally terrified that MD.

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    • piper567 says:

      Sy,
      yeah, sundance does come up with some real gems…that IS a good ‘un.

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    • ChrisSy says:

      I had to share that paragraph around. It was too good to pass up. Sundance said a mouthful in a humorous delivery.

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  15. Cooper45 says:

    Chrystia fails to understand or acknowledge the different situations that leaders in the Islamic world (as well as other countries like Russia) face if they hope to survive compared to most in the Western world.

    Justin and his preening Minister of Global Morality obviously do not face the same festering, plotting, potentially violent opposition that the Saudis’ face, or that Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt faced before he clamped down hard on the Muslim Brotherhood and on and on. The worst that J & C have to fear is not a serious and violent plot to overthrow them but an election, an enviro protest, a critical article in the squishy Cons. National Post or a brilliant excoriation by Ezra Levant or by sundance in the USA. (Notwithstanding, the random nut in every country that might seek to kill a leader)

    Like it or not, a weak leader in some countries esp. in the Middle East, will not last long if they ignore any potential threats to their survival. In Canada, J @ C support and encourage Muslim immigrants to pass on their Islamic teachings and beliefs to their children and they are silent and reluctant to ever criticize any Imam or cleric in Canada that promotes violence against infidels or promotes the substitution of Canadian law for Sharia Law. But they are often quick to chastise those that express their concerns with radical Imams and clerics.

    From the Saudi viewpoint, it is right and natural for them “according to Allah” to take any action necessary to defend their Kingdom from anyone that seeks to overthrow or weaken their leadership or is perceived to be doing so. Their entrenched inculcated version of Islam is at the core of their being (like every other sect or branch of Islam) and any interference in that belief will be dealt with harshly. Justin and Chrystia often tolerate (or look away from) certain Islamic traditions and practices (FGM) within some Muslim families in Canada, so why is she so concerned about Saudi internal affairs and not about the diplomatic, economic and other harm she’s doing to her country?

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    • Dutchman says:

      “encourage Muslims to pass along their teachings and beliefs to their children”,…like the 4 adults in N.Mexico, just taken down for running a school shooting training camp?

      Liked by 7 people

    • railer says:

      Good post. As you mention, the Saudis are sitting upon a throne of bayonets, as is just about every other Mideast government. There is no bloodless way to get down off a throne of bayonets, as Sadaam, Khadaffi and so many others have learned. You only leave that throne by dying. Those upon that throne will kill to survive, and have had that reality reinforced consistently over the decades. Assad would have been dead long ago, if he hadn’t resisted. I don’t like any of these governments frankly, but I understand them. You can always predict how they’ll react to organized opposition. They’ll kill them.

      Justin from Canada hasn’t recognized this reality, and doesn’t understand them. He’s frolicking gaily through the pasture and meanwhile the fellow up on the bayonet throne is going to do what he always does in such cases.

      This situation might be even more complex, as others are saying. Soros and others might be funding a “Saudi Spring” movement like they did in all those other Mideast countries. Doesn’t really matter though when discussing Justin’s foolishness. He’s wrong if it’s just a tweet, and he’s wrong if it’s an organized revolution supported by Canada. Either way, the bayonet throne guy is going to do what he always does, and one had to be aware of this before any tweets and revolution spawning. Canada needs to get another government soon.

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    • David K. Peers says:

      The family of one of the Saudi prisoners lives in Canada. That is why Canada is intervening. Like they should.

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      • railer says:

        How’s that working out so far?

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      • G. Combs says:

        “The family of one of the Saudi prisoners lives in Canada.”

        SO?… That just makes the prisoners SPYS/Foreign Agents intent on overthrowing the KSA government and by that tweet, Canada just acknowledge they ARE Foreign Agents at minimum!

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      • Cooper45 says:

        David;
        I understand your point; but Canada has recent immigrants from most or all of the countries in the world including China, Iran, Yemen, Palestine, Russia, Algeria, Somalia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Turkey, Syria, Egypt, Indonesia, Cuba, Mexico and on and on.

        I’m sure some of their family members are also in some kind of serious trouble in their home countries especially if they join a group that those gov’ts perceive as being a danger to their leadership.

        If Chrystia proves that she does not just pick and choose one or maybe 2 countries to criticize based on her personal favorites like Samar’s family, then Freeland will be a very busy woman from now on criticizing all of the aforementioned countries and those not listed instead of just focusing on Saudi Arabia to highlight her superior morality to the world.

        If she is not just a run of the mill pontificating hypocrite or a “Saudiphobic,” (to use the usual Lib argument) she will begin publicly condemning, insulting, alienating and interfering in the internal affairs of dozens of other countries for their abuses. Let’s see if the Minister of Morality follows through with the diplomatic powder keg she decided to light up.

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    • John Good says:

      And, also there is a Tradition in the Middle East of “Saving Face”, that must be adhered to in order to get what you want in negotiations & life.
      I read an eye-opening article about a month ago on this topic & it made total sense to me.
      Sorry, but I didn’t save the article like I should have.

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    • piper567 says:

      Cooper, nicely done.
      thanks.

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  16. lokiscout says:

    An attempt to drive a wedge between the US (President Trump) and the Saudi’s?
    If so I would think Trudope would know by now not to screw with the Lion! On the other hand the grape lady seems to be encourageable.

    All we need to see now is some positive overture between Canada and China. Oh what tangled webs we weave!

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    • Dutchman says:

      I suspect you mean “incorrigible “, but I think I like your version better!

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    • Grandpa says:

      Canada is a NATO ally and thru treaty, OBLIGATES the USA to come to their defense.
      Then there’s talk about a “mistake”. We need to take this VERY seriously.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Well, if SA invaded Canada, or launches an air strike, HEY, we’re THERE! ,…I guess. Short of THAT, Canada, your on your own!

        So much for the so-called alliance. THEY have already clearly demonstrated that article 5 (?) mutual defence ONLY applied to a literal attack, not diplomatic or economic biotch slapping.
        So, let them sleep in the bed they made.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        Remember back when the President went on media record and said he may or may not come to the aid of NATO allies, that it would depend upon the circumstances — and the media had their usual collective gasp of horror?
        Well, maybe we aren’t so obligated by that treaty.

        What if there was an act of war…and also aiding and abetting treason/sedition against the U.S. as well? Would we be obligated to defend a country, even a NATO country, under those circumstances…or would they have been in non-compliance to begin with???

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      • railer says:

        Canada is not in compliance with NATO, and has broken the treaty, by refusing to spend to the 2% of GDP levels the treaty requires.

        We and you need to take this very seriously.

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      • WSB says:

        Not if Canada did something to SA first. We are only obligated to defend a fellow country if blindly attacked by another.

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      • cozette says:

        Defense as from an actual attack that leads to war. War must be formally declared and appeal formally made to envoke the NATO Treaty. This dust up has zero to do with NATO. Our State Department has said Canada can settle this without our involvement. BTW imho NATO is as dumb as the treaties that launched WW1 and we should exit as quickly as possible. Why be in a position to protect Turkey or soon to be jihadi controlled Western Europen countries?

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      • lokiscout says:

        I hear you and I am growing to distrust Trudeau.

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  17. Plain Jane says:

    Does anyone know what motor mouth Geraldo said recently? Someone at our T-Party meet- up said that Geraldo was critizing the Saudis. The woman wasn’t explicit and unfortunately the subject changed. I don’t know if G was talking about the predicament Trudy Twinkle Socks got himself into or what.

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    • nimrodman says:

      Someone commented yesterday that he went on a rant on FoxNews’s The Five tv show yesterday.

      So look for a clip of yesterday’s show if you want to see what was said.

      Keyword search for “Geraldo rant The Five” and a youtube clip is likely to show, also any print articles on the same in case you’d rather read than view videos.

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      • WSB says:

        G always goes on a rant. He likes to cover for his own dark side.

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      • Plain Jane says:

        Thanks loads Nim.

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        • nimrodman says:

          Hey, Plain Jane – I think this is the episode, the description mentions Iran and I think Geraldo’s rant about the Saudis was on that topic.

          http://video.foxnews.com/v/5819260380001/?playlist_id=5532270053001

          39:42
          August 07, 2018
          The Five – Tuesday, August 7

          On Tuesday, The Five discuss how the Left are becoming more unhinged in their constant attacks on Conservatives. Then later, the panel weighs in on Rosie O’Donnell’s calls for the impeachment of President Trump, and her insistence that the Russians rigged the 2016 election. Plus: A closer look at the United State’s plan to restore sanctions on Iran.

          I found it on foxnews.com site, clicked “TV” at the top banner, then scrolled around to find “The Five” picture link, then there are clicks for “full episodes” and “transcripts” and maybe short clips by topic. Found this under “full episodes”, it’s 39:42 becaue they strip out commercials on the posted video.

          here’s the page I found it on
          http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-the-five/

          I haven’t watched the video, I’m not that interested, but I’m a pretty good navigator and it only took me couple minutes to locate it and another couple to write this.

          Cheers – maybe report back with a brief summary if you watch it.

          – Nim

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          • Plain Jane says:

            Thank you Nim. I just now tried to watch on the IPad, but I couldn’t get to view the whole program. The segment with G wasn’t shown. I will try singing in with Xfinity on my MS asap. Hopefully that will work.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Sorry, plain jane, but gotta ask; Does anyone really CARE what Gerardo said about this, or anything else?
      Guy’s only said one intelligent utterance his whole career, (said towers should be rebuilt, as a giant middle finger. Kinda liked that!) But hey, even a broken clock is right twice a day.

      He’s an IDIOT.

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  18. Oldskool says:

    Nothing more entertaining than watching the liberal globalist BS going Supernova.

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  19. Mark Adams says:

    You do know that Raif Badawi was jailed for ten years plus a thousand lashes – 50 received already, 950 to come – for blogging about atheism and freedom? Justin and co are idiots, no question, but the Badawi’s cause can’t be ignored honestly by anyone concerned about KSA’s theocracy and its culpability worldwide. Remember that little thing 9/11?

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    • Jenny R. says:

      Yeah, 9/11…Saudi hijackers, Iranians fessed up not so long ago to being the party that helped them.
      Badawi may not be the fun, freedom lovin’ guy he’s made out to be — wouldn’t be the first time Iranian mullahs used commies as their stooges and useful idiots.
      That picture of the female Badawi with Hills and Mic certainly is interesting, isn’t it?

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    • Dutchman says:

      Yes, and I also know what happened to Tommy, in England. So, TALK to me about”human rights”, and our “traditional allies”.
      Any alliance,…ANY alliance is a ‘marriage of convenience’. It survives as long as each party is benefitting, and ends the minute one part determines they aren’t, so don’t romanticize them. It’s not “true love”.

      My dear old dad used to say “Its not romantic, it’s pragmatic as he!!, but it’s true; a marriage continues so long as each party (to the marriage) perceived that the sh*t they have to be WILLING to eat, for the other party, and the marriage, is LESS than the other person is willing to eat for them and the marriage. Once either crosses that threshold, there is no going back.

      Methinks Canada may have crossed a theshold, certainly with SA, and maybe with U.S., as well.

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  20. David K. Peers says:

    Don’t lose perspective. Justin from Canada and the Princess represent the US’s biggest trading partner and their country has been allied with the US for well over a century. Saudi Arabia sponsored the terrorism that took down the World Trade centre just 17 years ago. They continue, under MBS’ reign to run a very illiberal society where human rights are not respected.

    Like what you do on this site but like I said, don’t lose perspective. This attitude is hopefully not a byproduct of making America great again.

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      Actually, that’s not correct.

      China is America’s largest trading partner, by far. And new Crown Prince Mohammud bin Salman is a moderate who is doing much to clean up Saudi Arabia from the elements of extremism and corruption inside that nation. He and Donald Trump are working very closely together. Today’s Saudi Arabia is not the ame one of 2001.

      Here’s an article for you on that:

      QUOTE:

      “Are Saudi Arabia’s reforms for real? A recent visit says yes.”

      Note the publication:

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/global-opinions/are-saudi-arabias-reforms-for-real-a-recent-visit-says-yes/2018/03/01/a11a4ca8-1d9d-11e8-9de1-147dd2df3829_story.html?utm_term=.2427436acd78

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      • Rodney Short says:

        Trust President Trump I really believe that the whole middle east trip after the election was in response to what Mike Rogers told President Trump, there is alot we dont know and wont know until President trump is ready.It’s all in the timing.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Hmmmmm. New King and Prince are reformers, having made REAL, tangible actions indicating same.
      He IS facing REAL, tangible threats from wahabi, extreamist factions who DON’T like what he’s doing, and who also support terrorism.
      And, Prince has clearly aligned with DJT- against Iran.
      .
      Trudope is aligned with Obummer, etc.
      And AGAINST DJT-.

      I’m thinking 5 eyes is trying to take out the globe, and they got caught.
      So, is this when we start to talk about the “New-new world order”, that DJT- is establishing?
      Too soon?,…

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    • railer says:

      Sorry, but those who go along with the program get favors, and those who resist the program get the cold shoulder. Trump has placed severe demands on the Saudis, cleaning up the Clinton/Bush/Obama nonsense. We already know they’re snakes, now we’re trying to get the snakes to help us strip the mullahs of nukes, kill islamofascists and keep the price of crude low and stable. They’re helping do that, and they’ve undergone a housecleaning of malefactors evidently. If you whine about “illiberal”, then you whine about the majority of countries on this planet, including the insane Canadian government that handed an islamofascist murderer millions of dollars.

      Canada is not helping. They are an obstacle. They have an incompetent government. They are not with the program, and so they will get the cold shoulder, for this and many others reasons. They must change, and fast. Saudi has, now it’s time for Canada to do so.

      Countries have interests, and you best be aware of them, and you disrespect them at your peril. The children in Ottawa don’t seem to understand this.

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      As Johnny Carson used to say, “Who do you trust?”

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      • Paul Killinger says:

        Besides, this is no longer “Your grandfather’s Canada.” They’ve made that exceedingly clear!

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        • favill says:

          Actually it’s probably great-grandfather (the guys who fought WW2 and Korea)…the grandfathers were the ones who voted in Trudeau’s father as PM back in the late 60s…and Canada has been tacking left ever since. It was Trudeau (Pierre not Justin) that normalized Canada’s relations with Cuba back in 70s. As they say, birds of a feather flock together.

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          • piper567 says:

            Trudeau 1 was in cahoots with Castro, his wife’s other enamorada.
            babytrudeau was weaned in that atmosphere…he is just incompetent in the role he has been assigned.
            Y’know how soros is “disappointed” in ozero?
            Imagine how soros feels ab babytrudueau. imo, Macron is in that stable, although our President seems to find some redeeming qualities in the Frenchman.
            Trudeau? Not so much.
            The more these losers lose, the happier we should be.

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        • Guffman says:

          Our ‘grandfather’s Canada’ was already pushing us into socialism and multi-culturalism – you’d have to go back a couple of ‘great-grandfathers’ to a Canada I’d want to see return.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      Maybe this attitude is the byproduct of finding out how c____ our “bestest friend and trading partner” Canada has REALLY been towards us.
      They’d better hope more doesn’t come out about how nice and bestest they’ve been towards us…ps. Imhao, it will and it won’t be pretty.

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      • favill says:

        Just keep in the back of your mind that English Canadians were the losers who left the USA after the American Revolution (they actually lost the war and had to leave–so I’m not using that adjective as a pejorative). So, although it has been over two centuries since that happened, there exists in Canadian society a subtle, yet very pervasive anti-Americanism that was fostered by those who sought refuge in British North America after 1776. As an immigrant to Canada (came over when I was 8 years old in 1974) and growing up across from Detroit, Mich…I and my compatriots in Windsor never really had this…I only noticed this when I went to school in Kingston…and it’s rampant in Toronto. Canadians believe themselves to be “better” than Americans…I don’t see it…because from an objective standpoint you folks not only exercise more freedoms than we have…you also “walk the walk” so to speak when it comes to fighting for those freedoms. As a Canadian–I am saddened that our JV government can’t seem to get it’s head out of its butt…but there is also a touch of schadenfreude not only because I am very conservative both socially and fiscally, but also because the pipe dreams that the Left espouses are being blown out of the water in a most spectacular way.

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        • piper567 says:

          favill, nice perspective.
          thanks.
          Really appreciate the occasional Canadian views on these “matters”.

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        • jstert says:

          favill nails it. please don’t underestimate the rampant, kneejerk antiamericanism that runs rampant in toronto fueled by both united empire loyalists and newer socialist leaning third world immigrants. my maternal grandparents were canadian scots from the hinterlands, these “true north” canadians were a different breed altogether and some precious few remain.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      The Saudi government did not fund the terrorists. Read the 9/11 Commission report. Go to page 171. https://www.9-11commission.gov/report/911Report.pdf

      Saudi Arabia has long been considered the primary source of al Qaeda funding, but we have found no evidence that the Saudi government as an institution or senior Saudi officials individually funded the organization. (This conclusion does not exclude the likelihood that charities with significant Saudi government sponsorship diverted funds to al Qaeda.)

      There’s more about Saudi Arabia starting on page 371.

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      • railer says:

        I don’t think it matters much re today’s US foreign policy, which seems to have straightened out now re Saudi Arabia and thus I’m in favor of working with them where we can verify their good faith, but for the record the 911 Commission and report was a joke, and funding did come from Saudis, even if it was fully laundered and wasn’t paper trailed back to their government. Like I say, that’s water over the dam now. Today, if we get from them what we want, I’m in favor of working with them.

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        • covfefe999 says:

          I’ve actually read the 9/11 Commission report twice, in its entirety, and it’s an amazing read.

          Funding came from private Saudi individuals but not from the government. You wouldn’t want the US government to be blamed for donations to a terrorist organization made by the Clintons.

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            Anyone else think that there might be a possibility that
            the Infowars supression might have some tie in to this?
            Possible that Jones might have come across some good
            dirt about Trudope and the 5 eyes bunch?

            Might be completely off, but if you look at what’s going
            on by way of timing, maybe there’s a possiblity here?

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  21. ForGodandCountry says:

    None of this is too difficult to understand, at least from the big picture point of view

    This is all related to “Five Eyes”, the new Iran sanctions, and PDJT’s alliance with new Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Ultimately, my bet is that this has to do with Canadian business deals w/ Iran, and it seems certain that Canada is trying to put pressure on Saudi Arabia (and thus, indirectly, on the USA) for this and other(?) reasons.

    Saudi Arabia is pushing back forcefully against Canada, signaling that it’s new alliance with the Trump administration will not be compromised, nor will SA tolerate leftist Canadian gov’t meddling.

    Five Eyes
    new Iran sanctions
    affected Canadian business inside Iran

    That is all related. We just don’t know how, because we don’t have the granular details.

    Yet.

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    • Dutchman says:

      The orb sees all, knows all. Be very afraid, old ‘ new world order’, cause somebodies got your #.

      Liked by 4 people

      • ForGodandCountry says:

        Don’t forget what PDJT said a few days ago, either….

        “Anyone trading with Iran won’t trade with U.S.”

        Saudi Arabia stands firmly with PDJT re: Iran.

        Canada’s trade with the US is all-important to their economy.

        Given what we know, it seems likely that Canada was trying to affect KSA’s relationship with the USA and weaken it, (as someone above put it….”driving a wedge between us”…. in order to benefit Canada).

        MOREOVER

        Twinkle Socks and Princess Wide-bottom, being the idiots they are, hamfisted their attempt to pull this off and KSA just smacked them about as hard as it gets for doing so.

        This is how we know something BIG is in play, because a simple tweet from Freeland would not justify this kind of reaction from KSA. Something else is going on under the bedsheets.

        We can easily conclude it ultimately has to do with trade and $$, hence my post above.

        Not-so IDLE QUESTION:

        What does the Canadian gov’t fear from a populist over-throw of the gov’t in Iran? What secrets might it fear would be revealed if that happened??

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        • railer says:

          Yes, you are likely correct, that Canada is in bed with the mullahs, and helping them with aerospace in particular. Notice the US dispute with Turkey is over the release of a Christian minister, while the Turks want the US to release a Turk in jail over here for violation of US sanctions against Iran. That part of it is being kept quiet, but it is so. The Turks want their boy, and they want to keep violating US law.

          Enter Justin from Canada, who is likely doing the very same thing, and the Saudis know it, not to mention Justin and the SJW’s and Soros are probably spurring on a little Maple Leaf Revolution in Saudi Arabia, perhaps with the mullahs’ help.

          This all bears watching. I like the Saudis’ cryptic statement, about “They know what they have to do.” That is a very pregnant sentence.

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          • Bendix says:

            I trust President Trump on this. Any of us who would rather trust Justine, because of our history with Canada or whatever, go right ahead, but I know where I stand.
            I agree with you railer. That last sentence says a lot.

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        • scott467 says:

          “Twinkle Socks and Princess Wide-bottom”

          _______________

          I think she prefers “Princess Wide-Load”.

          She’s sensitive about the word ‘bottom’.

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        • Leane Kamari says:

          The mullahs threatened to publish who received backhanded money for the Iran treaty

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          • scott467 says:

            “The mullahs threatened to publish who received backhanded money for the Iran treaty”

            _________________

            Go ahead, PUBLISH already!

            What’s holdin’ ’em back?!?

            PUBLISH! PUBLISH! PUBLISH!

            Let SUN shine in!

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      • piper567 says:

        Dutchman, I agree with you, and I like the current arrangement.

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  22. Paul Killinger says:

    Offspring of the Vietnam Draft Dodgers (Canada’s “Original Sin”), no doubt. Just took awhile for their subsequent generations to be running the place.

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  23. PowerCord says:

    Canada should pick on a country the size and strength of say, Nauru. They’re going to get their butt kicked messing with the KSA.

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  24. wj2016 says:

    It’s interesting that the CTH now loves the KSA. It’s the place that Dumbya Bush should have attacked after 9/11 instead of Iraq since over 3/4ths of the highjackers were from there. Supposedly it’s changing and liberalizing but the threat from Saudi state media threatening another 9/11 style attack was classy.

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    • G. Combs says:

      It is a different KSA under a different Monarch. Remeber they just took out a LOT of the Saudi princes including Al Waleed.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      It’s interesting that the CTH now loves the KSA.

      No. But we are intrigued by whatever it was that happened between Saudia Arabia and Canada that caused the Saudis to respond so switfly and sharply. What did Justin do??

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    • bour3 says:

      Where does “love” (for KSA) come from? Oh, I know, out of your butt.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      I don’t know if I love the KSA — I support their ongoing reforms (better than no reforms!) and they appear to be allied with our President, so that’s good.

      And I am very much liking (in a very schadenfreude/just desserts kinda way) this smacking around of Canada (that has been positively s____ to my country all the while bringing out the “but we’re your friends!” schtick, which is getting mighty old).
      So…yay KSA!
      Pass the popcorn.

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    • Bendix says:

      CTH loves VSGPDJT.

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      • wj2016 says:

        I too love our VSGPDT.

        Just not sure about the country that sent out that message to Canada indicating an airplane striking a building is a valid retaliation for a statement made by a Canadian leader. The country that spawned OBL and the most of the highjackers and also has been funding the war in Syria. Perhaps they are changing but the old KSA leaders were vile people.

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    • AZ18 says:

      Wj- it was a meme from an info graphic twitter account which was quickly banned by the SA government. Treepers are reading, learning and discussing the changing world dynamics that are occurring. We have hope for a better future for all. Considering what Obama, Clinton, McCain etc did to cause the Middle East to blow up, I just fine with saying we are even. Now we will fight to make sure that doesn’t happen again.

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  25. TwoLaine says:

    Canada will find that it has no friends left in the Middle East. Did he miss the TRUMP Summit in Saudi Arabia?

    I am proud of the Saudi’s for standing their ground on meddlers and outside influencers. You have no right to push your ridiculous agendas on other cultures. That is why we chose President TRUMP. He said we aren’t going to do that kind of crap anymore. We don’t need anymore a-holes agitating militant activists into burning stuff down and tearing things up. We had enough of that for eight years with The Kenyan.

    I have no doubt he and his agitators are behind this too. I’d love to see him rot behind bars in a prison closer to home, along with his little advisor friend with the list.

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  26. budmc says:

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  27. Dutchman says:

    Oh, God. Wigs on hogs, sorry couldn’t resist!

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  28. Doug Amos says:

    When Justine paid a convicted murderer $10 million for killing an American soldier Canada became a country that was very difficult to trust.

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  29. phoenixRising says:

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  30. phoenixRising says:

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    • cozette says:

      Criticize Obama and youre a racist. Criticize Israel youre an anti semite. These labels seek to shut down conversations that we need to have as truth seekers. I question the motives of anyone using these shaming/shut up words.

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    • Guffman says:

      I see Justin’s father liked to play “dress-up” and dance too. As the saying goes, the $hit apple doesn’t fall far from the $hit tree.

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  32. scott467 says:

    “Justin cannot lose face and retreat from his ideological position.”

    ____________________

    Too late, way too late for him to worry about losing ‘face’.

    There’s no ‘face’ — or anything else — left to lose, after this.

    Without further ado, I give you… the Lord of the Dance!

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    • kea says:

      Lord of the Dance!…. LOL what’s worst this or Angela Merkel’s Snake Dance?

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      • scott467 says:

        “Lord of the Dance!…. LOL what’s worst this or Angela Merkel’s Snake Dance?”

        _________________

        I’m almost afraid to ask what in the world Merkel’s ‘Snake Dance’ is…

        Almost… lol!

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        • kea says:

          Be afraid be VERY afraid….

          Angela Merkel’s Snake Dance

          Not for the weak

          eye bleach on the right as you exit…

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          • Leane Kamari says:

            Would love to this (being German) but the video is blocked for German viewers, thanks to the new German NDG (net censoring law)

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            • scott467 says:

              “Would love to this (being German) but the video is blocked for German viewers, thanks to the new German NDG (net censoring law)”

              _______________

              You must see it.

              There has to be a way!

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            • kea says:

              D’oh I forgot about that. 😦 Maybe if you change your location? Or do a search for it. It shows Merkel dancing on holiday with the song ‘take me in oh tender woman’ playing in the background.

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          • scott467 says:

            Oh, the horror… the horror… 😂

            It was awesome and terrible, all at once!

            From the start, I began saying “Oh no… oh no… oh…. no…. let it not be real”, LOL!

            And the music, it’s PERFECT. It wasn’t until half way through the video that I even realized the lyrics were like the Snake Poem that Trump used to say at all of his rallies. I was transfixed by the horror developing on the screen.

            That can’t possibly ACTUALLY be Angela Merkel circa late 1960s, can it???

            And what was she DOING?

            That was obscene in so many different ways, I’m not sure where to start… when they were having court cases about ‘obscenity’ years ago, they could have used this video for the definition!😂

            It’s like watching a train wreck. You don’t want to see it, but you can’t look away 🤣

            Oh, that was awful. I just kept thinking, it can’t be real. I mean, whether it was really Merkel or not, whoever it was, she was no rookie, that was definitely not her first try at whatever it’s called that she was doing… like she was conjuring evil spirits or something.

            That can’t possibly, actually be Angela Merkel, can it?

            Oh, the horror….

            😁

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            • kea says:

              LOL Your entire comment just made my day. No wonder that video was/is blocked in Germany!!!!

              Yes who ever made the video did a great job. Its jaw dropping. I do wish they would have slowed down the photo’s at times but its a great video.

              That can’t possibly ACTUALLY be Angela Merkel circa late 1960s, can it???—– All I know is people say it is her on vacation. Some people claim its not her.. all I know is Oh, the horror….!!!!!

              And what was she DOING?—— Dance off against Sparkle socks. 😀

              Glad you got to see it.
              Now the question is who’s the better dancer….?!?!??!

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              • scott467 says:

                It certainly could be her, or a body double.

                It’s the right hair cut and physique.

                If you focus on the bystanders, the other women watching her ‘gyrate’ (for lack of a better word), you can tell they realize something very freaky is going on there. The ‘dancer’ was completely lost in her own world, doing her ‘thing’, whatever that was!

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              • scott467 says:

                “Its almost hypnotic… you just can’t look away….”

                ______________

                Yes, it’s the mind not wanting to believe the eyes, caught in a feedback loop, trying to understand what you are witnessing! 😁

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  33. KBR says:

    I did not realize Justin had face to lose.
    I mean, the eyebrow yes, but the whole face?

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  34. scott467 says:

    “While not delivering specifics on the activity, from hints provided it appears Justin from Canada and his partner Princess Chrystia Freeland was/is supporting a subversive effort to undermine Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS) and the Saudi royal family. Not good.”

    __________________

    Sounds like what the ‘royal family’ did to America in the 2016 presidential election.

    And Justin’s loyalty, allegiance (and oath!) is to the queen… so ‘royal’ family is certainly behind the attempt to subvert / overthrow MBS as well.

    Justin from Canada actually calls Elizabeth “Queen of Canada”.

    This is incredible, I had no idea:

    …………………………….
    The present form of the Oath of Allegiance, which derives from that which was, and still is, taken by parliamentarians in the United Kingdom,[2] is:

    “I, [name], do swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Queen of Canada, Her Heirs and Successors. So help me God.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oath_of_Allegiance_(Canada)
    …………………………….

    When your oath is to the queen, when your money bears the queen’s image, then you are a subject of the queen.

    Canada is not a sovereign nation — it’s a British colony. Like Australia. Both under direct control of the ‘Crown’.

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    • scott467 says:

      The only thing missing from that ‘oath’ of fealty is one of the queen’s boots for him to lick at the conclusion, lol!

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      • scott467 says:

        What a HUMILIATING oath to take.

        It’s revolting.

        Might as well have just said “I am your slave”.

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        • G. Combs says:

          That is EXACTLY what ‘Subject’ means in reality.

          I often wonder just how much Queen Elizabeth was involved in the attempted disruption of President Trump’s election.

          The Royals are very very much involved in the globalist movement from what I could tell. (Shell Oil, Global Warming, WWF, Bilderburg….)

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    • kea says:

      Five Eyes aka intelligence alliance comprising Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States. —– ugh the things one has to know… I see heavy leaning towards a certain UKish place.

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  35. Gary Morton says:

    Well, I lived in Toronto a long time and I see a plus plus here.
    First. About the only thing Saudi Arabia does for Canada is fund terrorists in mosques. There is little trade with them so they picked the dispute with Canada because they can put on a show and scare other nations with zero consequences.
    Bottom line: Saudi Arabia is gone from Canada and it is to the benefit of Canadians. Good riddance to the creepy headchoppers.

    Second: Freeland is a fool. Her and Justin have now alienated Canada with Russia, the USA, India and Saudi Arabia. More reason for Canadians to vote them out either in the spring or fall when the election is called. They will be seen as foreign policy boobs, and economic failures.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      In case you didn’t get the memo, or choose to ignore current events, there’s been a regime change in Saudi Arabia, and it’s a change for the better. There are MANY articles here about the changes; the search engine is your friend…

      Pretty safe there under the bridge, eh?

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      • scott467 says:

        “In case you didn’t get the memo, or choose to ignore current events, there’s been a regime change in Saudi Arabia, and it’s a change for the better.”

        _____________________

        That is true, but islam is islam.

        Saudi Arabia could become our greatest ally, and I would still want islam eradicated from our country.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          True. I wasn’t defending Mohammedanism, rather I was saying the new regime is better than the old. Looking at the Middle East is like looking at a football field with 8 teams on the field, three balls in the air, and all of them fighting each other. Berlin and Hamburg are like that every day, as are Essen, Köln, and most of Northwest Germany.

          Having said that, having someone as your ally doesn’t mean they have to be your friend. There are very few TRUE friendships in international politics.

          And finally, as a Christian, I find the “religion of pieces” to be just that. A religion of the Devil, who cannot create; but only destroy. Any religion that uses death threats and the inverted concept of “honor” that they have in order to retain and obtain members, is not worthy of the name.

          I think VSGDJT “signed them up” to work on the Middle East among themselves, i.e. keep your houses in order, and we’ll leave you pretty much alone. I suspect there were some teeth in that agreement as well…

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    • Exurban says:

      Supposedly MbS had cut off the funding to radical mosques already. I do agree with your general drift though — we’re going to be rid of 15,000 Saudi students? Good riddance. They’re going to stop selling us oil? Awesome! That will wake up the Liberal-voting Maritimes, and also Quebec and Ontario, that we need to get some more pipelines built. It will make baby Trudeau look like more of a fool if that is even possible? Too good.

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  36. 6x47 says:

    I do love that pic of Freeland and Trudeau, the one looking up her big nose with the s**t-eating grin on her mug.

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  37. scott467 says:

    ” do love that pic of Freeland and Trudeau, the one looking up her big nose with the s**t-eating grin on her mug.”

    _____________

    That’s her “Impenetrable Face of a Bureaucrat” look.

    It is a curious LACK of any kind of human expression, accomplished by exaggerating all of the facial muscles at once.

    It’s the face a bureaucrat puts on when facing questions in public that they don’t want to answer. It’s like a poker face for a politician. Whatever her true reaction to the question(s) being asked might be, you’ll never know, because her face is screwed up into that distorted mess like a wall.

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