I was looking for some dirt on the new Cuck General Pierre Poilievre. He won the utterly rigged Conservative Party of Canada leadership election some time ago, and I hadn’t written anything on him since then. I figured now would be as good a time as any, and a quick look at his uncensored twitter gave me the following statement he wrote on May 27th.
I’ve transcribed this below.
Today’s decision by the Supreme Court to reduce the sentence of Alexandre Bissonnette, who pleaded guilty to six counts of first-degree murder and six counts of attempted murder for his attack on Muslim worshippers at the Islamic Cultural Centre in Quebec City on January 29, 2017, violates our sense of justice.
My first thought is for the families of the victims. I cannot imagine how they are feeling today.
Alexander Bissonnette walked into a mosque in Quebec City and gunned down six people while injuring six others. It goes without saying that I don’t support what he did, but it’s curious that he’s so outraged at this particular case and not many others. But we’ll get to that in a second.
As Prime Minister, I will use the notwithstanding clause to restore the law so that every life taken counts again in a killer’s sentence and that the worst murderers stay behind bars for life.
So, what’s this “notwithstanding clause,” anyway?
Section 33 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is known as the notwithstanding clause. Also known as the override clause, it is part of the Constitution of Canada. The clause allows federal, provincial or territorial governments to temporarily override, or bypass, certain Charter rights. These overrides are subject to renewal after five years. Although the clause is available to governments, its use is politically difficult and therefore rare. It is known colloquially as the “nuclear option,” because its use is considered extremely severe. Since the Constitution was patriated in 1982, the clause has been used only a handful of times by various provinces. The federal government has never invoked the clause.
In other words, the little soyfaggot above is going to invoke a mostly unknown section of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms that probably shouldn’t even be in there and has never been invoked before, at least not federally. He’s going to do this in order to force courts to stack on extra life sentences for cases of multiple murder.
If this seems very overly dramatic to you, I assure you that you are not alone. There are plenty more ridiculous legal rulings he could challenge.
Evil men like Justin Bourque, who shot and killed three RCMP officers and wounded two more in Moncton in 2014, or Edward Downey, who killed Sara Baillie and her five-year-old daughter, Taliyah Marsman, in Calgary in 2016. Both of them will almost certainly now be eligible for early parole.
This decision will also mean a shorter sentence for Alek Minassian, who killed 11 people and injured 15 more in the Toronto van attack. That case has been on hold pending the decision in the case today.
Justin Borque was a mentally disturbed White Man who, in 2014, lured a bunch of RCMP officers into an ambush and murdered three of them. Edward Downey was a Black pimp who murdered an innocent White Woman named Sara Baillie and her five year old daughter because Sara was telling her friend, Downey’s girlfriend at the time, to stop hanging out with him. Finally, Alek Minassian is an Armenian psychopath who intentionally drove onto the sidewalk in Toronto, murdering sixteen and seriously injuring ten more.
It goes without saying that all of these men are complete animals who should be given the death penalty. Wake me up when the courts are telling us that we can’t execute them, but we’ll get to why this is fake anyway at the bottom of the piece.
The first duty of government is to keep people safe. As Prime Minister, I will ensure that every life is valued and that mass killers face the full consequences of their actions. All of them.
(then) Candidate for Prime Minister
Like much of Fake Populism, the statement isn’t necessarily so terrible when taken on its own, but why should we take this statement out of the context of Poilievre being a career politician whore always ready to serve his big money donors at our expense? What is seen is the statement made by the puppet, what is not seen is the statement not made by the puppet.
Do you remember Dave Zegarac? He was the openly antifa terrorist who intentionally drove through a Trucker Convoy protest in Winnipeg, injuring four people. He went almost two hours out of his way to do this. When caught, he was screaming something that the Winnipeg Police refuse to publish, probably because it was something like “fuck those White People.”
Video of his attack is above. You can see my call in with the Winnipeg Police below.
But if there’s one thing to be said about Pierre Poilievre it’s that he’s tough on crime. He’s not going to let the Winnipeg Police get away with being soft on this terrorist. And after all, Poilievre himself voted to label the Proud Boys a terrorist organization despite them never doing any terrorism. So if there’s another thing to be said about Pierre Poilievre it’s that he absolutely hates terrorism. Like, terrorists are going to be losing bigly under Poilievre’s cuck leadership.
And boy oh boy does Pierre Poilievre love freedom protesting truckers. Say one thing about smol pp, say that he supported the trucker protesters. I supported them because I thought it was funny, although I thought a lot of that stuff was Finklethink garbage. But if there’s one thing that smoll pp is known for it’s wholeheartedly supporting the Trucker Convoy Protesters. If there’s one group of people whose backs he 100% has, it’s theirs.
That’s why he’s never mentioned the antifa terrorist, Dave Zegarac, who ran over them in Winnipeg.
You can check that search for yourself. You can also check the search I did, screencapped above, for “Winnipeg.” I can’t fit all the results in here, but there are only 10 tweets found, and none of them talk about the antifa terrorist attack that was committed against Winnipegian Trucker Convoy Protesters. Also, the above screencapped tweet is the first result. Make of that what you will.
You can also see the results when looking for “terrorism,” on his uncensored twitter. You get three results from after 2015, and ten results in total. He doesn’t mention the February 5th terrorist attack here in Canada, but he does mention a “terrorist,” attack that I had never even heard of in Israel that occured two months later.
On a hunch I decided to see how often he had mentioned antifa. Turns out he never has, not one time. You can see the results for yourself.
Let’s get back to the original supreme court judgement.
On the evening of January 29, 2017, Alexandre Bissonnette entered the Great Mosque of Québec armed with a semi-automatic rifle and a pistol and opened fire on the worshippers. He killed six people and seriously injured five others. At trial, he pled guilty to all charges against him, including six counts of first degree murder.
The sentence for first degree murder in Canada is imprisonment for life without the possibility of parole for 25 years. When someone is found guilty of multiple first degree murders, the same 25-year sentence applies to each murder. Usually, offenders serve each of their sentences at the same time (concurrently), but at trial the Crown prosecutor asked the judge to apply section 745.51 of the Criminal Code. This provision allows the periods without eligibility for parole for each murder conviction to be served back-to-back (consecutively). This would have meant the offender would serve six consecutive parole ineligibility periods of 25 years, for a total of 150 years. But counsel for the offender argued the provision is unconstitutional. The trial judge agreed and ordered the offender to serve five of the 25-year sentences concurrently, as well as 15 years for the sixth first degree murder to be served consecutively, for a total ineligibility period of 40 years.
The offender appealed his sentence to Quebec’s Court of Appeal, which also found the provision unconstitutional, but ordered the offender to serve the six sentences concurrently, for a total ineligibility period of 25 years. The Crown then appealed to the Supreme Court of Canada.
The Supreme Court has dismissed the appeal.
As you might have expected, the fake outrage from Polievre is ill founded. Alexandre Bissonnette was sentenced to at least 40 years in prison without parole. They are under no obligation to ever actually grant him parole, and he will be 67 years old before he gets the privilege of being denied freedom.
Yes, in Canada judges have the utterly bullshit ability to arbitrarily grant convicts the right to serve various sentences concurrently. That means that if you were convicted of killing forty people, a judge theoretically has the power to let you serve all these sentences concurrently. That’s bullshit, but that’s also not what happened here. All that happened was the judge agreed that Bissonnette would be granted the opportunity to apply for parole as a senior citizen. And this was the trial judge, not the supreme court.
The Crown (prosecution) then appealed this to the Quebec Supreme Court. They declined to rule on it because this is obviously an appropriate sentence, and frankly on the harsher side. The Crown then appealed to the Canadian Supreme Court, who also didn’t give a fuck for the same reasons.
In summary, this is all fake, and the man above is a duplicitous little weasel who wants to be seen as being “tough on crime,” while continuing on in his owners grand tradition of being extremely soft on antifa crime, even going so far as to literally never even say “antifa.”