619 – Gunning for guns

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Aug 222019
 

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In the wake of another round of gun incidents and mass shootings both in Canada and the United States, the issue of gun control and prohibition has inevitably raised its irrational refrain.

For decades, statistics from numerous jurisdictions have repeatedly revealed that gun crimes are highest in ‘gun controlled’ jurisdictions. When the controls are ended or reduced, gun crime rates are reduced. Yet these facts are not considered by those who see some form of ‘gun control’ or prohibition as a preventative solution to mass shootings or gang violence.

Instead, those gunning for guns have chosen to attack our fundamental freedoms as the means to solving the problem of gun violence. From attacks on free speech to blaming video games, mental illness, and the guns themselves, the futility of pursuing such measures should be self-evident in light of the evidence.

Sadly, the realities of gun ownership in a free society are rarely discussed or raised in the gun debate. Myths abound, such as the false belief that the United States ranks highest in gun crimes and violence. Few are aware that guns in the United States have been used to prevent far more crimes than are committed. And gun control advocates routinely ignore the reality that banning guns only punishes and controls law abiding citizens, while empowering the criminals who themselves ignore all gun prohibitions and restrictions. Continue reading »

The Political Prisoner – The Danielle Metz Show 070

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Jul 312019
 


Audio as broadcast on WBCQ

Tommy Robinson was sentenced to Belmarsh prison in London, England. It is a high security prison, housing serial killers and terrorists. It is essentially a vicarious death sentence. His crime? Contempt of court. Or at least that’s what the records state. His true crime is journalism. He reported on the Muslim rape gangs running rampant in England which the dirty little secret of the mass immigration embraced by the globalist elites.

Britain has indeed fallen.

Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss how soon we in North America will follow and how to stop it.

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The Broken Window – The Danielle Metz Show 065

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Jun 192019
 


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Tuberculosis, typhoid fever, bubonic plague, rampant homelessness, lack of sanitation, exploding rat population – third-world hell hole? Nope, that’s insulting to third-world hell holes. This isn’t Venezuela, it is Los Angeles, in the United States of America, the most prosperous country in the world.

Leftist policies breed poverty and despair no matter where they are tried, whether it be Caracas or San Francisco.

Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss how best to deal with the damage done by socialism.

The jury will disregard – The Danielle Metz Show 056

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Apr 132019
 


Audio only. As heard on WBCQ

A tale of two victims: Jussie Smollet and Donald Trump. Smollet had been accused of feigning victimhood by staging a racially motivated crime; Trump had been subject to the Mueller investigation into Russian collusion.

One investigation found a plethora of evidence, but the charges were dismissed and the file sealed. The other one, found. . . .nothing. In the first case, the media insists that we may never know what really happened; in the second, they insisted that something must have happened.

And as we all know, lies become the truth if they are repeated often enough; and the truth is always too late to the party.

Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss the de-legitimization of the truth that runs through the progressive left resulting in rules for thee and not for me.

Canada’s Tuesday Night Massacre – The SNC-Lavalin backstory – Salim Mansur

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Apr 122019
 

On Tuesday, April 2th, 2019 former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould and former President of the Treasury Board Jane Philpott were kicked out of the Liberal Party Caucus by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in what Salim Mansur, Professor Emeritus of Western University is calling Canada’s “Tuesday Night Massacre.”

Here Salim delves deeper into the backstory of the SNC-Lavalin scandal suggesting that Wilson-Raybould was right in refusing to grant a Deferred Prosecution Agreement to the Quebec engineering giant for alleged bribes to Libyan officials speculating on possible ‘grim’ consequences from said bribes.

Prof. Mansur explains that Justin Trudeau and his coterie were breaking hundreds of years old traditions by allegedly attempting to interfere in the administration of justice.

602 – SNC-Lavalin and the rule of law – With Salim Mansur

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Apr 042019
 

Justin Trudeau, Jody Wilson-Raybould

Does Canada operate under the ‘rule of law’ or under the ‘rule of Trudeau’ and political expediency? As Canadians find themselves drowning in details about the scandal involving Quebec construction giant SNC-Lavalin, the correct answer to that question may depend on the greater story that has yet to be seen in its full context.

Most people quite correctly understand that the controversy involves alleged political interference and obstruction of justice by the Prime Minister’s office concerning a criminal prosecution case against SNC-Lavalin. But few seem aware of the original circumstances that led to the decision to prosecute the company against the wishes of Prime Minister Trudeau in the first place.

It appears that many have come to cynically conclude it’s just another ‘business-as-usual’ case of bribery and corruption so often encountered when dealing with totalitarian regimes. (In this case, the totalitarian regime in question was the country of Libya during the final days of the period when Muammar Gaddafi was its president.) Not so, says Dr Salim Mansur, professor emeritus, faculty of social science at Western University. Continue reading »

The corruption disruption – The Danielle Metz Show 052

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Mar 122019
 


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The clouds are circling around Prime Minister Justin “Sunny Ways” Trudeau in the form of a scandal regarding Canada’s largest construction company: SNC-Lavalin, based in Trudeau’s home province of Quebec.

The Prime Minister’s Office, officials and even the Prime Minister himself have been accused of pressuring the then Attorney General and Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould to override the Director of Public Prosecution and give SNC-Lavalin a walk on bribery and fraud charges during an election year. When she didn’t, she was fired.

She did not go quietly.

What does this scandal mean for the fate of the federal Liberals in Canada? Just what does it say about the state of Canadian politics in general? Join Danielle and Robert to find out.