Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Le Dauphin Canadian Prime Minister - One of "NATO's Nodding Bobblehead Dolls"

Justin Trudeau Bobblehead Doll 

In a recent interview, Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin described NATO leaders' reaction to the latest Syrian CW false flag perpetrated by USrael as being: "Nodding like bobbleheads".  Interesting, I've been searching for words to describe Canada's le Dauphin Prime Minister's reaction this past week and I couldn't have come up with a more accurate description myself:

From RT

‘Nodding like bobbleheads’: Putin slams NATO’s support for US violation of intl law in Syria


"The missile strike on Syria was a clear breach of international law, while Washington’s claim that Damascus carried out the chemical attack that the US used as its casus belli is yet to be proven by any hard evidence, Russian President Vladimir Putin said.

What was the reaction of the NATO allies? All of them are nodding like bobble heads,” Putin said in an interview with Mir 24 TV channel.

“Where is evidence that Syrian troops used chemical weapons? No evidence. And what about the violation of international law? It is an obvious fact,” he added.

Yet despite the US shirking international law, NATO and its member countries have welcomed the unilateral missile strike on Syria – the first direct and deliberate action Washington has taken against President Bashar Assad...."

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Witness le Dauphin at the Vimy WWII memorial in France last week.

Trudeau speaks in France From the CBC

Trudeau says path to peace in Syria doesn't include Assad

Canada is open to more sanctions against Russia for its support of Syrian regime, PM says


Canada is open to increasing its sanctions against Russia and believes there's no place for Syria's president in the future of the war-ravaged country, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday.

The tough line came after a weekend of conversations with the leaders of France and Britain and as Trudeau toured both First and Second World War battlefields.

The U.S. and Britain are actively investigating whether Russia helped make possible last week's chemical weapons attack in Syria, which killed at least 70 people, including 10 children.

It is widely believed that President Bashar al-Assad's regime was behind the atrocity. The U.S. fired 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles into the air base where the attack was thought to have originated...."

As I've done in previous posts about le Dauphin, I will present for my readers a selection of the "most liked" comments as ordinary Canadian's response to this report.  Thank gawd for the comments sections in the CBC.  Without them...the world would NEVER really know what Canadians think.  You will certainly never hear the view of Canadians spouted by the CBC...or the prime minister. Now, I am going to go down to the comments in the above report and simply cut and paste the first 10 "most liked" comments.  I am not going to edit them in any way other than cut out the CBC posting dialogue "flagged", etc.  I am sure without even looking at them in advance...that they will be diametrically the opposite of the bobblehead le dauphin.  So, here goes:



  • Eric Earls
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    "Isn't Trudeau going to demand that Syria must not only get rid of Assad but the new leader must have a gender balanced cabinet."



  • Tom Forsythe

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    "I think we have all had enough regime change to last us a while"



  • James Frank

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    "When you kill your enemies, they win - Justin Trudeau"



  • Andrew Ryan

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    "Funny to hear someone who has private pay for play dinners at homes and on islands speak of accountability."



  • francis quick


  • "Great - just an expensive parrot and talk is cheap. What are you going to do Justin - send a couple of beavers and canoes to the middle east - I am sure Putin and Assad are shivering with fright now that you have spoken."



  • Richard Johnson

  • "I have yet to see any conclusive evidence that Assad was the one behind the recent chemical attack. The last time it happened it turned out to be the rebels. Ask yourselves: what strategic benefit is there for him to use them on civilians at this stage in the war? Now ask yourselves: what strategic benefit is there for his opponents to use them to at this stage in the war? Are we really considering entering a middle eastern civil war on the same side as ISIS?"



  • Ethan R Wright


  • "Ever notice the best comments on this board are buried about 30 minutes behind... they usually expose our inept regime currently running our country into the ground....CBC playing defense."
    • Philippe Dugas
    "The incompetent won't secure our border and is weighing in Syria. Trudeau will go down as Canada's most costly blip on the radar."



  • Lee Hall

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    "Justin, I can understand you feel immense pressure to support the US war mongers and oligarchy.

    What's in this for Canadians?"



  • Fletch Peterson


  • "Just when we thought it was "First past the Post" that needed to go?

    My guess is that Justin doesnt really believe that Assad should go either...

    This guys words are pure BS, Conjecture and deflection from his own horrible mistakes."

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    There you have it, folks.  The first 10 "Most liked" comments on the CBC forum...as close as you will ever hear or read as to what Canadians are REALLY thinking...other than when you read the greencrow's blog of course ; ) (or the blogs of my colleagues Northern Truthseeker and Penny for your thoughts).

    It's just like Russian Federation Vladimir Putin said...NATO leaders are nothing but bobblehead dolls for the deep state, warmongering perps....and THAT's not funny!

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