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How pathetic can a country be? We just saw how effective independent institutes, checks and balances work elsewhere. And here, nobody can stop an obvious, glaring overreach if not abuse of power by a next to heavenly powered pseudo-majority PM. No, nothing like that exists in the country, in this 21st century.

And instead we're getting another useless, pompous months belated talk show by another outrageously paid talking head and out of our (whose else?) pocket. When, at which point is it more than insult to injury, more than outrageous: just plain joke, a parody of a modern democracy? How far are we past it, and do we even care to know and notice?

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This might get interesting.  Hopefully they will investigate the seizure of bank accounts without court involvement.  Here’s a quote from one article:

“If the government made better decisions about what record to put before this court — a proper record — then we would not be here,” said CCF counsel Sujit Choudhry during the hearing.

“We are here because the government has left us no choice to try and get the truth.”

https://nationalpost.com/news/federal-court-hears-preliminary-arguments-in-emergencies-act-legal-challenge/wcm/cff51510-90c5-4d6f-858d-60938647b946/amp/

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Empty babble talk with no consequences because there cannot be any because that's how the system was made in the times of Noah and nobody cared to have another look since. Yaaaaaaawn what can be more boring, even seeing a dentist you get to see something new sometimes.

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3 hours ago, sharkman said:

This might get interesting.  Hopefully they will investigate the seizure of bank accounts without court involvement.  Here’s a quote from one article:

“If the government made better decisions about what record to put before this court — a proper record — then we would not be here,” said CCF counsel Sujit Choudhry during the hearing.

“We are here because the government has left us no choice to try and get the truth.”

https://nationalpost.com/news/federal-court-hears-preliminary-arguments-in-emergencies-act-legal-challenge/wcm/cff51510-90c5-4d6f-858d-60938647b946/amp/

Choudry is wrong.

When the emergency measures act was deployed, it is required to be reviewed, by law.

The questions and answers are going to be fun  to hear.

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On April 25, 2022, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appointed Rouleau as commissioner of an inquiry into the invocation of the Emergencies Act, which had occurred in response to the 2022 Canada convoy protest.[2] By law, Rouleau must complete his report and submit it to the House of Commons and Senate in both official languages by February 20, 2023.[3][4]

Rouleau, the judge appointed by Trudeau to look into Trudeau's abuse of power, is an LPOC donor:

Nat Post has some interesting info as well: https://nationalpost.com/news/politics/trudeau-announces-emergencies-act-inquiry-headed-by-judge

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Mendicino said the government wants to ensure this type of long-running blockade doesn’t happen again in the future and they want a thorough review of their actions.

 

“This is not just about checking a box off. This is healthy for our democracy, and we want to thank the commissioner ahead of his important work,” he said.

He said the government stands by its decision to invoke the act and welcomes the scrutiny.

 

“It was a necessary decision. It was a responsible decision. It was the right thing to do. And we are certainly looking forward to cooperating with Justice Rouleau.”

So it's approved by Marco Mendicino, the guy who was chosen to fall on his sword by the Libs in the exact same way that Bill Morneau fell on his sword to get the WE scandal off the news.

 

I'm pretty sure that if Trump appointed his own GOP-donor judge to oversee a commission into one of his own scandals the leftists would be carrying emotional support animals, wearing vagina hats, they'd loot some stores, burn some buildings to the ground, torture another retarded kid, tear down some statues, overrun a small community and kill some black kids there, etc, in a bunch of "mostly peaceful protests". There would also be "peaceful protesters" at the judge's home, with an insignificant number of would-be murderers in the crowd. 

Honestly, it kinda sucks to always be on the peaceful side. 

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On 10/12/2022 at 3:28 PM, myata said:

How pathetic can a country be? We just saw how effective independent institutes, checks and balances work elsewhere. And here, nobody can stop an obvious, glaring overreach if not abuse of power by a next to heavenly powered pseudo-majority PM. No, nothing like that exists in the country, in this 21st century.

the Prime Minister wields the supreme authority of the monarch

until his cronies decide to abandon him

Westminster Parliament in action

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1 minute ago, TreeBeard said:

Parliament can replace the PM tomorrow.  That doesn’t sound like “supreme authority”. 

Parliamentary Supremacy

so long as the Prime Minister holds the confidence of the House, he wields the power of the King

if his MP's continue to support him, the Prime Minister is above the law, the monarch for all intents & purposes

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Just now, Dougie93 said:

Parliamentary Supremacy

so long as the Prime Minister holds the confidence of the House, he wields the power of the King

if his MP's continue to support him, the Prime Minister is above the law, the monarch for all intents & purposes

Except kings’ decisions aren’t subject to a vote, or the courts.  Your entire premise is silly, immature and ignorant of how the Canadian system works.  

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2 minutes ago, TreeBeard said:

Except kings’ decisions aren’t subject to a vote, or the courts.  Your entire premise is silly, immature and ignorant of how the Canadian system works.  

the Prime Minister wields the power of the King until he is voted down by his MP's

the King's decisions are obviously subject to a vote, otherwise known as constitutional monarchy

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17 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

the Prime Minister wields the power of the King until he is voted down by his MP's

the King's decisions are obviously subject to a vote, otherwise known as constitutional monarchy

No, the PM does not wield the power of a king.  The PM is subject to the jurisdiction of Canadian courts, for one thing.  You need to head back to grade 7 Social Studies. 

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49 minutes ago, Aristides said:

Does that mean you have already decided not to believe the committee’s findings?

Can you predict how hard the FBI is gonna work to get to the bottom of the Bidens' influence peddling racket, or how supposrtive CNN will be of Joe after his next nuclear level gaffe?

C'mon. This is an exoneration festival, not a serious "commission".

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1 hour ago, TreeBeard said:

No, the PM does not wield the power of a king.  The PM is subject to the jurisdiction of Canadian courts, for one thing.  

Trudeau just called. He said: "?"

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You need to head back to grade 7 Social Studies. 

You need to look back at the We scandal, and the SNC Lavalin scandal. 

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I asked earlier, and perhaps no one knows, but I’ll try again.

 

Brian Peckford.  Does anyone know if Brian Peckford’s court case or hearing is still going to happen?  The one where he’s arguing that the travel ban and vax restrictions were unconstitutional?

 

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1 hour ago, WestCanMan said:

Can you predict how hard the FBI is gonna work to get to the bottom of the Bidens' influence peddling racket, or how supposrtive CNN will be of Joe after his next nuclear level gaffe?

C'mon. This is an exoneration festival, not a serious "commission".

So you have decided not to accept the committees findings. Unless of course it decides you are right. Same as elections.

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8 hours ago, WestCanMan said:

Rouleau, the judge appointed by Trudeau to look into Trudeau's abuse of power, is an LPOC donor:

Yeah, but how else in this happy democracy (tuk-tuk, knock-knock, shoo-shoo) the issue closed... all be happy know! Not even outrageous travesty - just mock, a parody. Empty shell with no substance, factually.

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The Emergencies Act was a joke but there will be no accountability for Trudeau turning our country into Venezuela. He's a sick man who should face consequences but won't because liberal lunatics are so full of hatred and openly mock the fact he froze back accounts and ran over people with horses for daring to not agree with his perverted covid mandates. Only the mentally deranged support Trudeau 

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4 hours ago, TreeBeard said:

No, the PM does not wield the power of a king.  The PM is subject to the jurisdiction of Canadian courts, for one thing.  You need to head back to grade 7 Social Studies. 

What happens when judges are just deranged Trudeau roadies? There's no checks and balances because the judges are vile scum just like the current pm

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10 hours ago, WestCanMan said:

 

From wiki:

Rouleau, the judge appointed by Trudeau to look into Trudeau's abuse of power, is an LPOC donor:

Nat Post has some interesting info as well: https://nationalpost.com/news/politics/trudeau-announces-emergencies-act-inquiry-headed-by-judge

So it's approved by Marco Mendicino, the guy who was chosen to fall on his sword by the Libs in the exact same way that Bill Morneau fell on his sword to get the WE scandal off the news.

 

I'm pretty sure that if Trump appointed his own GOP-donor judge to oversee a commission into one of his own scandals the leftists would be carrying emotional support animals, wearing vagina hats, they'd loot some stores, burn some buildings to the ground, torture another retarded kid, tear down some statues, overrun a small community and kill some black kids there, etc, in a bunch of "mostly peaceful protests". There would also be "peaceful protesters" at the judge's home, with an insignificant number of would-be murderers in the crowd. 

Honestly, it kinda sucks to always be on the peaceful side. 

Show trial.. like Trudeau's father Fidel would do

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10 hours ago, ExFlyer said:

Choudry is wrong.

When the emergency measures act was deployed, it is required to be reviewed, by law.

The questions and answers are going to be fun  to hear.

But he is right that the Government did not exhaust all other means, which should have included mediation, before deploying tactics most common to third world dictatorships

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