Join The Conversation!
Me on Twitch
Me on Periscope
Headlines and More!
Me on Twitter
Tweets by MarkParalovos
Who Am I?
Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism
#cdnPoli, #cadPoli, #LPC, #CPC, #PPC
How come the left is allowed demonize the Koch brothers and condemn any politician who’s ever met them, but if a conservative makes verbatim the same critique about George Soros, it’s because they’re “racist”? https://t.co/hKOLwE4zsj
— Candice Malcolm (@CandiceMalcolm) August 30, 2020
Please watch this 60 Minutes interview to get an idea of how evil George Soros really is if you haven't already. https://t.co/qesn55gGaY
— Bret 🍁 (@Bret_Sears) August 30, 2020
Did newly installed Con party leader O'Toole force Conservative MP Kerry-Lynne Findlay to apologize for sharing an interview Chrystia Freeland with G.Soros?
Kerry-Lynne Findlay was within her right express her opinion.
— Marc Patrone (@MarcPatrone) August 30, 2020
Aren’t we lucky to live in a time and place where a successful Canadian woman can be smeared as a Nazi sympathizer AND a party to an international Jewish conspiracy in the same week? Now that’s range.
— Paula Simons (@Paulatics) August 29, 2020
Worth reading @charlesadler's very personal tweets.
It is one thing for politicians to disagree on policy. It's quite another to spread antisemitism, hate and conspiracy theories.
— Catherine McKenna (@cathmckenna) August 30, 2020
Liberals increased funding to UNRWA to $110M. UNRWA glorifies the killing of Jews & is one of the most virulently anti-semitic organizations in the world. Think of that when you read protestations against anti semitism by Liberal cabinet members today. https://t.co/jOkkxqQv5b
— Senator Linda Frum (@LindaFrum) August 30, 2020
This was tweeted by the Conservative MP representing the South Surrey-White Rock, @KerryLynneFindl The MP later apologized for retweeting a video on this tweet that was harvested from a hate site. Hardly a fulsome unambiguous apology for composing & disseminating #AntiSemitism pic.twitter.com/o44gNUSL9r
— Charles Adler (@charlesadler) August 30, 2020
Red Tory @ErinOTooleMP is afraid of words.
Systemic racism is a phony concept invented by the Far Left to delegitimize our history and every social institution.
Despite its flaws, Canada is one of the least racist countries in the history of humanity.https://t.co/6GlCVoy576
— Maxime Bernier (@MaximeBernier) August 30, 2020
I thought O'Toole would get at least two weeks before the media started calling the Conservatives racists, but it seems the timeline has been moved up. This is now a clear battle between truth-loving Patriotic Canadians allied with Independent Media vs the corrupt media elites.
— Spencer Fernando 🇨🇦 (@SpencerFernando) August 30, 2020
John A. MacDonald's statue should not have been torn down and decapitated in Montreal. This was not spontaneous. It took time and planning. Why did the police not intervene?
— Duane Bratt (@DuaneBratt) August 29, 2020
The Premier of QC, the Mayor of Montreal and even the former Leader of the PQ have condemned the desecration, but @JustinTrudeau, the PM of Canada/MP for Papineau is still biting his lip #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/d9JK6P5B54
— Norman Spector (@nspector4) August 30, 2020
Our government has always stood with those who do not have a safe space to express themselves.
While the current debate is important, we believe that dialogue is a better engine for progress than isolated acts of vandalism such as we are witnessing today. (1/2) https://t.co/lRjb4MxHVW
— Steven Guilbeault @ 🏡 (@s_guilbeault) August 30, 2020
Open Letter from Canada’s Conservatives to Marc and Craig Kielburger. pic.twitter.com/aiVmPCh9nE
— pierrepoilievre (@PierrePoilievre) August 30, 2020
WE is pushing back against the Tories’ request, with the organization’s legal counsel saying it amounts to “politics, not proper process." https://t.co/jDHX54F1Wt
— CityNews Toronto (@CityNews) August 31, 2020
This is the same government that spent $1 billion from a "strategic innovation fund" with a promise to create 56,000 jobs.
By their own stats, they created 6,600.
But yeah a plan slapped together in under a month to reinvent the entire economy will go swimmingly, I'm sure.
— Aaron Wudrick 🇨🇦 (@awudrick) August 30, 2020
Canada’s second-quarter GDP losses more severe than in U.S., but the average Canadian thinks Justin Trudeau is doing a swell job during the pandemic. https://t.co/mQqsc3wRH7
— Norman Levine (@levinepmc) August 30, 2020
Via @IvisonJ: Former Bank of Canada governor David Dodge is worried Canada’s coming speech from the throne "will, if badly managed, herald a financial crisis on a par with the debt crunch in the mid-1990s that he helped fix as deputy minister of finance." https://t.co/jmTfXVufcp
— Paul Vieira (@paulvieira) August 28, 2020