Germany has decriminalized bestiality and child pornography, Spain now encourages pedophiles to parade their naked victims around the streets, and France does not have an age of consent law anymore.
That’s right – Europe has fallen under the influence of Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum and the shameless campaign to normalize pedophilia and other perversions in the western world.
Canada’s spy agency admitted that its anti-terrorist arm was monitoring parental rights activists and even compared concerned parents to neo-Nazis.
Plus, Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre said that he hopes courts will uphold the Charter of Rights and Freedoms regarding Canadians who had their constitutional rights violated for participating in the Freedom Convoy protest in 2022.
And Environment Canada’s own data shows that the Liberal government’s fertilizer emission reduction will result in a zero net change in emissions by the target year 2030.
Keith Wilson, the lawyer representing Freedom Convoy protesters, joined Ezra Levant to discuss their lawsuit against the government for using 'war measures' to suppress peaceful protests.
To mark the two-year anniversary of the invocation of the Emergencies Act, Freedom Convoy organizers and protesters who had their bank accounts unlawfully frozen by the government have served Justin Trudeau and Chrystia Freeland with lawsuits. Tamara Lich and other Convoy organizers are seeking $2 million in damages each from the government after a judge ruled Trudeau’s emergency measures in 2022 to be unconstitutional.
In addition, an another lawsuit on behalf of other protesters who had their accounts frozen was served against Trudeau and Freeland, other cabinet ministers and the RCMP on the same day.
Violating the constitution, it turns out, comes with consequences.
“So, La Presse has reported shocking news this morning. Justin Trudeau's favorite two person firm — used by the government for IT work — has done no actual work [for] a quarter of a billion dollars,” said Conservative MP Michael Barrett.
The CBC launched a lawsuit against the Conservative party in the final days before the 2019 election, accusing the party of copyright infringement for its unauthorized use of its broadcast footage in a political attack ad on its website and on social media.
The Federal Court ultimately dismissed the lawsuit, arguing that there was no evidence that the segments used for partisan purposes “reflected adversely on the broadcaster.”
Crime is rising under the Justin Trudeau Government, and so are home invasion attempts. Rod and Tracey talk about two of the most recent incidents that went viral on social media and why it only takes 90 seconds for your life to change. How strong is your door frame?
Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault says the federal government will no longer fund municipal road projects, because building roads encourages people to use cars. He said the money should instead be spent on fighting climate change. The announcement was condemned by Ontario Premier Doug Ford, who said he was "gobsmacked" by it.
Also, it's the two year anniversary of Justin Trudeau's invocation of the Emergencies Act, which he still defends despite the Federal Court finding it unconstitutional Freedom Convoy organizer Tom Marazzo joins to discuss.
Plus, a new study from the Aristotle Foundation, authored by Laurier University professor David Millard Haskell finds no evidence in support of diversity, equity and inclusion policies. In fact, sometimes they have adverse effects on diversity. Haskell discusses his findings.
John Carpay, the founder and president of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, has been fighting for our rights for 24 years, First, as a director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation from 2000 until 2004, then with the Canadian Constitution Foundation until he founded the JCCF in 2010.
A recent research report published by the Aristotle Foundation for Public Policy, authored by social scientist David Millard Haskell from Wilfrid Laurier University, casts doubt on the effectiveness of the practices touted as solutions to systemic racism.
Lockdowns permanently shuttered 120,344 Mom and Dad shops during the COVID pandemic, costing those families their livelihood. The ensuing economic recession caused more closures than the 2008 financial panic, according to Statistics Canada.
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