Finally, a solid lead in Sherman case!
On December 13, 2017, on the day Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered, Justin Trudeau had both the Lobbying Commissioner and the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner removed, and appointed new ones… Is it not suspect that our prime minister fired the head of the federal government lobbying commission on the same day the Shermans were murdered?
—Brad Salzberg, Cultural Action Party Of Canada Newsletter, Mar. 12, 2023.
Lobbying commissioner Karen Shepherd [appointed, for a seven-year term, in 2009] has announced that she won’t seek reappointment as commissioner of lobbying when her term concludes at the end of December.
—hilltimes.com, Nov. 2, 2016.
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced the nomination of Nancy Bélanger as the next Commissioner of Lobbying.
—pm.gc.ca, Nov. 30, 2017.
The current [Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner] is Mario Dion…who was appointed January 9, 2018, for a seven-year term. The previous commissioner was Mary Dawson [who] was appointed… July 9, 2007, for a seven-year term, reappointed in July 2014 for a two-year term, and appointed in July 2016 on an interim basis until January 8, 2018.
Gerry Butts… on the pool deck…with a belt!
Can it be that Barry Sherman was “dealt with” to preserve what by 2022 had transitioned to a Liberal neo-dictatorship? Were there forces at play who so wanted Trudeau to remain prime minister that a murder card was dealt from the bottom of Canada’s political deck? CAP believe it to be possible. The very reason why an article of this nature has never appeared in Canadian media. Pourquoi? Because the whole thing makes good sense.
—Salzberg, op. cit.
It’s a cover-up, and Trudeau’s media flunkies are all in on it!
The Trudeau-Sherman connection stands as a solid piece of factual information related to the December, 2017 murders…. CBC say nothing. Globe & Mail print nothing. It’s a pipe-dream to believe they ever will.… Talk about…the fine art of Liberal government-funded inverted media obfuscation…. The burying of the truth regarding the dual assassination of Barry & Honey Sherman continues.
—Salzberg, op. cit.
Democracy Watch says Lobbying Commissioner Karen Shepherd is investigating a complaint about a political fundraiser hosted by Apotex chairman Barry Sherman in August 2015 that featured…Trudeau and Liberal candidate Michael Levitt…. Trudeau and the Liberals have been under fire for months over cash-for-access events…. The fundraisers saw donors pay as much as $1,500 to rub shoulders with Trudeau or one of his cabinet ministers away from the public spotlight. Critics say the practice undermines government transparency and accountability.
—cbc.ca, Feb. 23, 2017.
Only days before he died, Toronto billionaire Barry Sherman was attempting to quash an investigation into a political fundraiser he held for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that allegedly ran afoul of lobbying rules.
—Tamar Harris and Marco Chown Oved, thestar.com. Dec. 19, 2017.
Canada’s lobbying watchdog is ending an investigation into whether former Apotex head Barry Sherman violated lobbying laws when he hosted a party fundraiser…. The lobbying commissioner’s investigation was triggered by complaints from Democracy Watch, which argued that Sherman, who was registered to lobby the federal government on behalf of Apotex, hosted a fundraiser for the Liberal party attended by Trudeau. The group had also filed a complaint about Sherman selling tickets to another fundraiser that featured Finance Minister Bill Morneau.
—Elizabeth Thompson, cbc.ca, Jan. 25, 2018.
Stop the presses! Hell, stop the damn internet!
Have you heard the news? The CBC is a state-controlled media institution funded by Trudeau’s Liberal government….
—Salzberg, op. cit.
Not as much sense as Bill and Hillary!
The very reason why an article of this nature has never appeared in Canadian media. Pourquoi? Because the whole thing makes good sense.
In this bonus episode of “The Billionaire Murders,” we take listeners behind the scenes of reporter Kevin Donovan’s investigation into the murders of Honey and Barry Sherman. Titled “The Clintons Did It?” Donovan discusses some of the wild tips and theories he and police have hunted down….
—thestar.com, Feb. 24, 2023.
All attendees will receive a complimentary Balthazar of the panelists’ bathwater
For readers who believe in free speech, I’d like to encourage you to join me in Ottawa, March 22-24, at the upcoming Canada Strong and Free Networking conference. At the event, we will hear from more than sixty Canadians from different walks of life. Some of the speakers are university students and recent graduates, others are politicians (Stephen Harper, Pierre Poilievre, Danielle Smith), journalists (Tara Henley, Toronto Sun Editor-in-Chief Adrienne Batra, Conrad Black) or business leaders (Michael Binnion, Jocelyn Bamford, Veso Sobot). Many of our speakers identify as politically conservative. Others have different political beliefs. Our goal is not homogeneity.
—Jamil Jivani, torontosun.com, Mar. 9. 2023.
Glug, glug, glug
As the president of the Canada Strong and Free Network [formerly the Manning Centre—ed.], I do not want to create an alternative echo chamber to what elite liberals have created for themselves…. Our conference in Ottawa is the largest conservative networking event of the year…. Ultimately, we want the country’s conservative movement to be well-positioned to solve problems and contribute to our country. To do that, we must be willing to engage with different points of view.
But, this time, please leave the semis and the bouncy castles at home
If you are a Canadian who is concerned about the direction of our country, my hope is that you will know that you’re not alone. You might feel as though you’re on an island unto yourself because of the pressures to conform to cancel culture…. Come out to Ottawa later this month and see it for yourself.
There, that should mollify Ol’ Banana Top
A tweet by a Toronto Sun journalist on the colour of a prominent Canadian Sikh leader’s turban was deleted after it drew sharp reactions from the community, calling it “insensitive” and “inappropriate”. While MPs questioned grocery price inflation in the House of Commons last week, political columnist Brian Lilley tweeted a picture of New Democratic Party (NDP) leader Jagmeet Singh with the caption, “Jagmeet looks like he wore his No Name turban today just to grill Galen Weston at committee”…. “I know he changes the colours for special days or occasion[(sic) but didn’t expect to see No Name yellow today. Is it on purpose or a coincidence?” Lilley said…. Lilley deleted the tweet and apologised…. “I have deleted a previous tweet that has caused controversy and been seen as insensitive. That was not the intent and I apologise to those who I offended….”
—Reported by Meenakshi Iyer, ianslive.in, Mar. 16, 2023.
The deep end of history
History… defines our civilization, creating both cautionary tales and forging a common identity…. Yet this common narrative, something that unites rather than divides, is slowly slipping away, a victim of a relentless, unbalanced, often ahistorical assault on the heritage that shaped our national destinies.
—Joel Kotkin, nationalpost.com, Mar 13, 2023.
“History is a set of lies, agreed upon.”
—Attributed to Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821).
[History is] an account, mostly false, of events, mostly unimportant, which are brought about by rulers, mostly knaves, and soldiers, mostly fools.
—Ambrose Bierce, The Devil’s Dictionary (1906).
How about both?
The new common notion focuses not on how our countries provided home to millions of oppressed and impoverished people from around the world, but instead insist that the whole national experience was based on racism and oppression.
—Kotkin, op. cit.
History is always written by the winners. When two cultures clash, the loser is obliterated, and the winner writes the history books—books which glorify their own cause and disparage the conquered foe.
—Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code (2006).
The very ink with which history is written is merely fluid prejudice.
—Mark Twain, Pudd’nhead Wilson and Other Tales (1894).
It’s all the Lenin caps and Mao jackets in the faculty lounge that give it away
History is now increasingly dominated by the current fashions of the left….
—Kotkin, op. cit.
They came for the employment opportunities in the burgeoning No Jews/No Negroes/No Injuns sign industry
The numbers suggest that, despite claims of brutal, pervasive racism, people of colour continue to flock to both countries…. Perhaps these newcomers can remind the native-born population why our own ancestors came to North American [sic] in the first place.
— Kotkin, op. cit.
Have woodburner, will travel
The company that owns this newspaper supports C-18, yes, as does every other struggling news organization in Canada. But that is not why this writer supports it: I’m a freelancer, and I easily make my living elsewhere.
—Warren Kinsella, nationalpost.com, Mar. 15, 2023.
Coat of many colours, yes; sweater of many colours, no
San Jose Sharks goaltender James Reimer, a…native of Morweena, Man., …declined to wear a Pride-themed…sweater for the warm-ups to Saturday night’s game. “Jesus … asks me to love everyone and follow him. I have no hate in my heart for anyone, and I have always strived to treat everyone that I encounter with respect and kindness,” he said…. “I strongly believe that every person has value and worth, and the LGBTQIA+ community, like all others, should be welcomed in all aspects of the game of hockey.” Nevertheless, Reimer said, “in this specific instance, I am choosing not to endorse something that is counter to my personal convictions, which are based on the Bible.”
—Reported by Chris Selley, nationalpost.com, Mar. 21, 2023.