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Daddy Trudeau was a disaster for Canada and I suspect that Trudeau Junior will be even worse. I don't believe that Junior has near the intelligence of his dad's evil genius. If Junior isn't the best person that the Liberals have for the job then isn't he not the best man for the job ? Without Juniors lineage I do not believe that he would be prime minister.

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You officially have a new Idiot in charge.

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Oh you Canadians have one as sick as Obama maybe sicker

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Justin has more in common with Obama than I thought :down:


Justin Trudeau said: "Christians are the worst part of Canadian society"

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Christian hate has been pushed hard the last 30 years, or so, and escalating.
Meanwhile Accepting hateful Islam is being pushed ?????
My guess is it fits more with a controlling liberal government, socialism.
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So you have no freedom of speech, but an anti Jew Muslim rag does ???
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:facepalm: Canadians actually voted this airhead into office :facepalm:

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He might be more off in the head than Obama from what i have seen so far.
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That's saying a whole lot
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At least Obama has a brain.

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Yeah he does even if not for America, but Trudeau seems an air head red doper diaper baby.
I'm trying to think of a comparison here, maybe Edwards, or the guy that texted his penis.
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Justin Trudeau appears to not be wasting any time in destroying Canada.

The Canadian Bail-In Could be Closer Than We Think


With the latest budget of MEGA deficit spending and low oil prices the Canadian bail-in may be closer than we think. Does anyone think all accounts will be "frozen" and bailed in when a bank fails, or just the "larger" deposit e.g. over $100,000.

It's Official: Canadian Bank Depositors Are Now At Risk Of Bail-Ins

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Earlier today, Canada's new Liberal government unveiled a stimulus budget meant to revive slumping growth with a surge in infrastructure spending and said it would run a deficit nearly three times larger than promised during last year's election.

The government projected a C$29.4 billion ($22.5 billion) deficit for fiscal 2016-17 and gave no target date for returning to a balanced budget. This budget broke virtually all pledges the Liberals made before the election, including running just three years of deficits of up to C$10 billion before balancing the books by fiscal 2019-20.

"We are seizing the opportunity to invest in people and the economy, and to prepare Canada for a brighter future," Finance Minister Bill Morneau said.

What he is really seizing is the Bank of Canada money printer, because in order to monetize this surging deficit, the BOC will soon have to unleash its own QE in the coming months.

As Reuters adds, because the Liberals command a majority in the Canadian Parliament's House of Commons, the budget is guaranteed to pass.

Which is bad news not so much for the Canadian Dollar, which will certainly devalue in the coming months as the market prices in what a massive surge in deficit spending means although so will all other currencies as the global debasement race accelerates once more in a few short months, but for bank depositors, because deep inside the budget announcement, in the section discussing "tax fairness and a strong financial sector", we have official confirmation that Canada has just become the latest country to treat depositors as the bank creditors they are, and as such, they too will be impaired, or "bailed-in" the next time a Canadian bank needs to be rescued.

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Introducing a Bank Recapitalization "Bail-in" Regime

To protect Canadian taxpayers in the unlikely event of a large bank failure, the Government is proposing to implement a bail-in regime that would reinforce that bank shareholders and creditors are responsible for the bank’s risks—not taxpayers. This would allow authorities to convert eligible long-term debt of a failing systemically important bank into common shares to recapitalize the bank and allow it to remain open and operating. Such a measure is in line with international efforts to address the potential risks to the financial system and broader economy of institutions perceived as “too-big-to-fail”.

The Government is proposing to introduce framework legislation for the regime along with accompanying enhancements to Canada’s bank resolution toolkit. Regulations and guidelines setting out further features of the regime will follow. This will provide stakeholders with an additional opportunity to comment on elements of the proposed regime. Bail-in Regime for Banks


Canada’s financial system performed well during the 2008 global financial crisis. Since that time, Canada has been an active participant in the G20’s financial sector reform agenda aimed at addressing the factors that contributed to the crisis. This includes international efforts to address the potential risks to the financial system and broader economy of institutions perceived as “too-big-to-fail”. Implementation of a bail-in regime for Canada’s domestic systemically important banks would strengthen our bank resolution toolkit so that it remains consistent with best practices of peer jurisdictions and international standards endorsed by the G20.

This new "bail-in" regime is spun as benefitting taxpayers; what isn't mentioned is that most of those taxpayers who will be "protected" also happen to be the impaired depositors (also known as creditors) in these soon to be bailed-in banks, which begs the question: just who or what is being protected here?

Should oil remain at its current price, or drift lower again, we will certainly find out in practice, because as even Canada's regulator is now warning, there is far less stability than meets the eye behind the "rock solid" balance sheet facade of Canada's banks.

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I like the creditor paying thing, but guess who ends up paying, you do in the end, it's just another spread the wealth idea by him .It sounds good till you look at the facts.
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Justin Trudeau implicated also...Watch this [Weasel do a Dance] also


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I'm surprised at the lack of Americans implicated.
I read Soros, and the Ford Foundation was involved in this to destabilize things.
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Did you see what Trudeau slipped into the federal budget?

Posted by: Ezra Levant March 24, 2016



Did you see what Justin Trudeau slipped into the budget this week, hidden away on page 223?

It’s called a bank “bail-in regime”.

That means if a Canadian bank starts to fail, it would be allowed to seize your bank account to pay its bills. Seriously.

It’s what they did in Cyprus three years ago, when bankers there made risky loans to Greece. In a back-room deal, politicians and bankers decided to pay off the bank debts by just seizing 10% of everyone’s deposits.

The country had a melt-down. Banks closed, ATM withdrawals were limited. It was a disaster. Of course, well-connected insiders got all of their cash out in time.

It’s all right there in black and white in Trudeau’s budget. Click here to see for yourself.

This outrageous proposal is not yet law. But if Canadians accept it in silence, it will be.

We’ve got to fight back now — or face legalized theft like they did in Cyprus.

Sign our petition now by clicking here. And please forward this e-mail to all your friends.

Yours truly, Ezra Levant

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He knows the markets are that unstable right now just like here in the states. Most don't realize it's worse than before since it's held up by almost nothing.
The looting by the fed, and fools like Obama to pay for Muslims, and stuff, the Invasion of Europe it will crumble within the year maybe.
I talked to my financial advisor yesterday, and he said it's very likely to be true what i said.
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Boy you have yourself a lamebrain Canada, might be more sorry than Obama is.

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My girlfriend and I watched him on TV going on about quantum computing and she immediately said "he doesn't really know what he is talking about" I believe this was just a sham to try and make him look as intelligent as his traitorous dad.

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