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SAWolf • 1 year ago

Used to really enjoy traveling in Canada, but they are metamorphosing into complete aceholes. From the frog element offspring self identifying with the muslims, you idiots should research, STOCKHOLM SYNDROME, to M 103 and C 16, I've had enough. No more Algonquin Park for me.

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AJL • 1 year ago

ZionMyHome, that's what happens when a liberal government takes over.

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jill0122 • 1 year ago

Give Scheer a chance, he has a strong Conservative group behind him. He has my vote.

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jill0122 • 1 year ago

I know of several strong Conservative MP's who won't allow him to veer to far left, and ANYONE is better than Trudeau!

SAWolf • 1 year ago

I first traveled to Montreal when I was 9 and you Guys still minted silver dollars, We didn't. So I brought my summer lawn mowing money and the Bank Personnel were kind enough to spend the Time communicating, they spoke French, me English, with a 9 year old, and We worked out my desire to obtain those 1966 silver dollars. I still have them 53 years later. Then up to Old Quebec City and camping in Algonquin. Fell in love with the Nation.
But honestly, if America experiences anything like I've recently witnessed in Canada, I'll be self activating and,"Remove", those illegally attempting to abrogate The Constitution I swore to,"Support and defend", in such an egregious way. And I'll not stand alone either. The left will experience MACRO aggression via my .308.

Lorne • 1 year ago

Given that you have just made death threats, it is too bad that this site does not appear to be edited.

SAWolf • 1 year ago

First, a,"Threat", must be explicitly stated to a specific Individual to be a said ,"Threat". Second, honoring the Oath I swore, the SAME Oath sworn by those elected to Office, who attempt to ILLEGALLY abrogate The Constitution to strip away Our Rights, are the ,"Domestic enemies", the Oath DEMANDS of those who swore, to prevent said,ILLEGAL abrogation. They are traitors.Third, If you desire to live in a ,"Nation", devoid of Constitutionally guaranteed Rights, stolen, by those that break their Oath, sworn on the Bible, I suggest emigration. But I will NEVER abandon my sworn Oath to placate individuals such as yourself. You'd make an effective, kapo.

Lorne • 1 year ago

You write random death threats and I'm the kapo. I guess you're just a garden variety brainless fascist/communist thug who thinks arguments are solved at the barrel of a gun.

SAWolf • 1 year ago

Yes, you'll surrender your's and everyone else's Liberty. The statement was rather SPECIFIC. Those that betray, The People, to put their boots on Our necks. NOT,"Arguments", pathologically stupid one, the left isn't interested in ,"Arguments", but enslavement. I realize the concept, of fighting for Freedom, is foreign to you as you let Others perform the heavy lifting. So stay in your safe space, We, who've sworn the Oath will guarantee your Rights too. And now I'll exercise privilege, you're blocked, blockhead.

Aristobulus • 1 year ago

He did not write death threats. Why do you lie so much?

Lorne • 1 year ago

"And I'll not stand alone either. The left will experience MACRO aggression via my .308."

Since I guess you don't consider that statement specific enough to be a threat, why don't you invite the FBI and Homeland Security over to see how they view the above comment. Wonder if you would feel differently if instead of writing "the left", he had written "right wing Jews".

Aristobulus • 1 year ago

You're a little denouncer who desparately tries to confuse free speech with incitement to violence.

Lorne • 1 year ago

Whoever said that "the pen was mightier than the sword" was referring to the power of words, rhetoric and logical arguments to sway opinion and effect change. They were not referring to the power of writing vague death threats particularly when you can do it anonymously.

By the way, I bet there are lots of people throughout the U.S. who are mourning loved ones killed in mass shootings who wish there had been more reporting to the police of gun owners who liked to write mass murder threats on the internet.

Aristobulus • 1 year ago

Except these ones weren't gun owners, you liar. These ones got their guns illegally.

agnes losonczi • 1 year ago

All the pallys working for israeli wineries for normal salaries instead of the meager one they get from their own ilk will surely thank this lawyer guy.

TigLy • 1 year ago

The whole premise of "BDS" is false; it does not have anything to do with Israel controlling just The West Bank (Judea and Samaria) or Golan because of wars that came from those places against Israel. It is based on Israel's very existence as what Israel has always been, a Jewish state. I think the answer is to continue to buy wines from all of Jewish Palestine or Syria aka the state of Israel which is The Jewish Homeland.

skier69 • 1 year ago

There is no Palestine so there can’t be Palestinian wine.

mikeatkron • 1 year ago

There are only Fakestinian whiners!

442rocketdave • 1 year ago

Canada is resembling France and the UK with their ant Semitism and hatred for the Jewish people its a dirty rotten shame but then the Canadians have a black history themselves of discrimination and racism.

Charles Cave • 1 year ago

The key to this ridiculous article is in the second paragraph. There is no such country of "Palestine". Show me or anyone else a world map that shows a country of "???????" except maybe one produced in the West Bank of Israel made by so called Palestinians.

Gershon Perry • 1 year ago

THE MAJORITY OF THE SO CALLED FALASTINIS ARE FROM ARABIA, SYRIA AND EGYPT. THEY HAVE THE RIGHT OF RETURN TO ARABIA AND THERE IS AMPLE SPACE THERE FOR THEM. S STONE THROW FROM MECCA,

Charles Cave • 1 year ago

Gershon. Thanks for the truth. It's to bad Israel doesn't send them all away from the West Bank, the Gaza strip and anywhere else they have settled illegally.

18_18 • 1 year ago

Why would anyone want to drink Arab wine, when they fertilize their trees, with their own excrement.

Nichus Block • 1 year ago

arabs don't even drink, what would they know about making wine?

fof9l • 1 year ago

Ah, but don't forget, Pallys like to claim that they're not Arabs.

Gershon Perry • 1 year ago

WHEN IT SUITES THEM THEY ARE CANAANITES WHEN MONEY IS IS INVOLVED THEY ARE PALESTINIANS.

stargood • 1 year ago

Of course they're not Arabs. "Palestinians" are descendants of the Canaanites. Mahmoud Abbas said so!

Charles Martell III • 1 year ago

“There is no such country as Palestine. ‘Palestine’ is a term the Zionists invented. There is no Palestine in the Bible. Our country was for centuries part of Syria. ‘Palestine’ is alien to us. It is the Zionists who introduced it.” Auni Bey Abdul-Hadi, Syrian Arab leader to British Peel Commission, 1937.

“There is no such thing as Palestine in history, absolutely not.” Professor Philip Hitti, Arab historian, 1946

“It is common knowledge that Palestine is nothing but Southern Syria.” Representative of Saudi Arabia at the United Nations, 1956

stargood • 1 year ago

Charles, you are preaching to the choir here with your reply to me. I thought it was clear I was being facetious since I put "Palestine" in quotes. I suppose next time I should insert a "/s" (snark mark) at the end of my comment. By the way, did you know that Adam & Eve were "Palestinians?"

Gershon Perry • 1 year ago

THE SO CALLED PALESTINIANS ARE IMMIGRANTS AND DWELLERS FROM THE WHOLE OTTOMAN EMPIRE. "FROM AFGHANISTAN TO SPANISH MOROCCO" (CHURCHILL)

Charles Martell III • 1 year ago

“As I lived in Palestine, everyone I knew could trace their heritage back to the original country their great grandparents came from. Everyone knew their origin was not from the Canaanites, but ironically, this is the kind of stuff our education in the Middle East included.

“The fact is that today’s Palestinians are immigrants from the surrounding nations! I grew up well knowing the history and origins of today’s Palestinians as being from Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Christians from Greece, Muslim Sherkas from Russia, Muslims from Bosnia, and the Jordanians next door.

“My grandfather, who was a dignitary in Bethlehem, almost lost his life at the hands of Abdul Qader Al-Husseni after being accused of selling land to Jews.

“My father used to tell us that his village Beit Sahur (The Shepherds Fields) in Bethlehem County was empty before his father settled in the area with six other families. The town has now grown to 30,000 inhabitants.” Walid Shoebat.

Baruch • 1 year ago

Palestinian wine? Like Israeli pork, must be a tiny niche market hardly worth sweating over, if there even is such a thing. N'est-ce pas?

QaakAufim • 1 year ago

We need to counter-boycott all Pal goods, in Canada, the US, and wherever else their s**t gets sold.

cbusa • 1 year ago

I would never buy any of their stuff anyway. Liable to spontaneously explode!

agnes losonczi • 1 year ago

:))))))))))))!!!!!!!! WHAT pally goods?! Do they have any?!

fof9l • 1 year ago

How is that possible? There are no Pal goods, because there is no Palestine.

Dean Blake • 1 year ago

BDS maple syrup!!!! How big a market is imported wine in Canada? Principles yes. But is that where our efforts against Canadian antisemitism should be placed? Do goyem even seek kosher wines? Let Canada drink Okanagan rotgut. If we win, what is accomplished? Don't expect consistency in the application of the law re Jews. We should, but hey, its Canada. They will understand BDS maple syrup.

mikeatkron • 1 year ago

Why not also BDS Canadian wines, other Canadian products and Canadian whiners? The Israeli Ministry of Strategic Affairs keeps a database of BDS supporters and other momzers inadmissible for entry into Israel. Add Trudeau, Kattenburg, Rodman, Mactavish and other Canadian douchebags to that database!

Steve Freund • 1 year ago

Whenever another BS BDS threat occurs, simply refuse to sell to that district/area, whatever, and also stop selling medical goods to places that promote BDS. Israel gives the world so much and all they get in return is hatred. Let's see how they like it when Israel cuts off all the medical innovations.

Jeffrey Wilens • 1 year ago

Israel should simply compel all exports from Judea and Samaria, whether from a Jewish or Arab business, to be labeled made in Israel. Any boycott will have to effect every business, not pick on the Jewish ones.

Kiev Ukraine • 1 year ago

No need to reinvent the wheel. Why not continue what Israeli settlers have been doing all along? Price-tag attacks!

Therefore: Cut down and burn an Arab olive tree for every Jewish bottle of wine Europe refuses to buy that was made in occupied West Bank. And when you run out of olive orchards to burn, start burning the Palestinians out of their homes! After all, price-tag attacks have been largely successful and completely unprosecuted by Israel so far...

Or you can continue to claim everything produced by Jews in OT is "made in Israel", but don't complain when every product exported by Israel comes under BDS sanctions.

Shalom.

stargood • 1 year ago

First of all, the area is properly called Judea & Samaria, or Yehuda & Shomron. Not "occupied West Bank." If you want to support Israelis living in our ancestral homeland, then the terminology you use is important. Secondly, committing crimes is not the way to fight BDS. We have the truth on our side, and the "palestinians" do not.

Edit: From your other posts, I see you do not support Jews living in our ancestral homeland. So your above post was facetious. In that case, go to Hell, scum.

Kiev500 • 1 year ago

I'm a gentleman, so ladies first. -After all, you should know the way...

Jeffrey Wilens • 1 year ago

I prefer the official government actions. Vigilantism becomes necessary only in the absence of effective government, such as in the American Wild West.

Keith Glentworth • 1 year ago

ban all Canadian products

Gershon Perry • 1 year ago

THEY CAN'T MAKE A GOOD WHISKEY. ASK ANY SCOTT.

AJL • 1 year ago

Let the Canadians drink Palestinian wine. It's probably polluted with urine and other unhealthy additives. Not to mention the filthy conditions in which the wine is produced.