ROYAL BANK of CANADA = CABAL OWED – SAD, as this is, like a A FED, FED. As I RECALL over 8oo different payment schedules = money out !
Turning CANADA into a third-world COUNTRY was their CONTROL = GOAL
The Yellow Vest demonstrations popularized by anti-government protesters in France are now springing up in Canada, and the target of their ire is none other than Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
During a recent demonstration covered by Canada-based Rebel Media, protesters appeared to mainly take issue with the country’s open immigration policies. Several of the people interviewed stated that their issue isn’t with the racial backgrounds of migrants, but rather with the unprecedented number of migrants coming in as a whole.
The sentiments expressed by Canadian Yellow Vests echo, at least in part, the same frustrations as the original demonstrators in France. That movement took aim at French President Emmanuel Macron, who remains extremely unpopular in the country. The demonstrations reportedly sprang up initially in response to a fuel tax, but eventually began to include a variety of populist causes — among them being dissatisfaction with the European Union.
It may not be accurate to label the Yellow Vests in France as a right-wing movement, as demonstrations appear to be a coalition of populists from many political camps. The one thing they seem to have in common is their derision for political elites. Canada’s Yellow Vests, based on the video below, seem more focused on right-wing issues.
Here the protesters explain why they’re taking a stand in the video below.
~ Conservative Zone
Why are you being forced to pay for Justin Trudeau’s mistakes?
In Ontario .. Property Management Companies scoop up all the affordable housing-Raise the rents by 50%+ and require you to make 3 x the cost of the rent per month – just to qualify for a unit. This EXCLUDES anyone on disability. Mentally ill people are suffering.
ISIS video allegedly shows doctor from Canada urging ‘jihad’
A video released Wednesday by the ISIS affiliate in Somalia showed a man it said was a doctor from Canada urging supporters to “get on the path of jihad.”
The 15-minute propaganda video introduced him as Dr. Youssef Al Majeerteyn and said he had “died bravely.” A man then spoke to the camera in Canadian-sounding English.
Wearing a stethoscope and seated in front of a rifle and ISIS flag, he encouraged “brothers and sisters” to join the terrorist group, which has a small presence in Somalia.
“What will you say to Allah on the day of judgment when you are asked what have you done for the ummah [community] while your fellow Muslims are being bombed by the kuffar [disbelievers] and murtadeen [apostates] day and night?” he said.
“Get on the path of jihad and book yourself the highest places in jannah [paradise].”
It did not say how he died but the United States military has been conducting airstrikes in Somalia targeting ISIS and Al Shabab, which claimed responsibility for last week’s attack in Nairobi.
Canadian terrorism researcher Amarnath Amarasingam said the video was one of the first to acknowledge that Western foreign fighters were active in the so-called Somalia province of ISIS.
“I suspect we may see more of this going forward as ISIS provinces outside Syria and Iraq start to attract some foreign fighters,” said Amarasingam, a senior fellow at the Institute for Strategic Dialogue.
“It won’t be in great numbers like Syria but there will be a trickle, I’m sure.”
WATCH: Toronto-area woman admits in court that attack at Canadian Tire was ‘for ISIS’
More than a decade ago, a handful of Canadians travelled to Somalia to join Al Shabab. Syria and Iraq later became the preferred destination for would-be jihadists.
But with ISIS dislodged from most of Iraq, and surrounded in northeastern Syria, extremists appear to be attempting to join the affiliates that have sprung up in Africa and Asia.
On Monday, the FBI arrested three Michigan men on terrorism charges. One was caught at the airport in Grand Rapids as he was allegedly leaving to join ISIS in Somalia.
The government’s 2018 Public Report on the Terrorism Threat to Canada, released last month, said extremists “inspired by violent Sunni Islamist ideology” remained Canada’s top terrorism threat.
The report said an estimated 190 “extremist travelers” were abroad — about half of them in Syria, Iraq and Turkey while another 60 have returned to Canada.
Last week, a Toronto woman who had tried to join ISIS admitted in court to attacking people at a Canadian Tire in 2017.