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Here are some of Michel's letters to the editor  Ottawa Sun.

Published: Feb 20, 2022

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Re: Record-breaking Vancouver gas prices carry high taxes, column. 

Great article by Kris Sims on the high cost of energy in Canada and the absurdity of ever-increasing carbon taxes driving people into energy poverty. The Kremlin has just announced Russia will sell China 100 million metric tons of coal, the main source of power for the country’s electrical grid. Coal is regarded as the most dangerous and harmful energy source, a major cause of air pollution, and the Chinese Communists have little regard for environmental standards.


How stupid are our leaders to bankrupt ordinary Canadians to virtue signal to the world that they are so caring and compassionate? But it does allow them to preen and pontificate at all those useless climate conferences.


Stopping all carbon emissions in Canada would not make one iota of difference in the level of environmental damage to the planet as long as the admirable (according to Justin Trudeau) Communists in China keep increasing the amount of noxious poisons they spew into the atmosphere.

Here are some of Michel's letters to the editor  Ottawa Sun.

Published: Feb 19, 2022

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“The situation is concerning and we are all very worried about the families and friends. Let me remind you, Canada will always be there to defend the right to peaceful protest.” These were the words of Justin Trudeau referring to the farmers’ protests in India, which blocked roads and highways.


He should have kept his gratuitous advice to himself when he clearly doesn’t believe in peaceful protests unless it’s from a group he approves of and kneels for.

(The current downtown protest

has not been peaceful.)

Yes true look at these videos the other side of the story. Why do you not see this on the mainstream news? They twist the truth all the time the protesters were peaceful. If you do not believe go here and see for yourself. Pictures and videos are worth a thousand words


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends a news conference in Ottawa on Feb. 24, 2022. PHOTO BY BLAIR GABLE 


Nayib Bukele, president of El Salvador, summed up most of the world’s reaction to Justin Trudeau’s crackdown: “Are these the people who like to give lessons to other countries about democracy and freedom? This is one of the top ranking countries in the ‘democracy index’? Your credibility on these topics is now worth zero.”


The protest could have been dealt with proper normal policing and Trudeau’s sudden cancellation of the Emergencies Act shows he realized his overreaction made him look like a ridiculous tinpot dictator. Not only has Trudeau blackened his face several times, now he has blackened Canada’s reputation as a fair and just nation.


This quote from David Horowitz explains Trudeau’s demonization of the truckers and their supporters: “Inside many liberals is a totalitarian screaming to get out. They don’t like to have another opinion in the room that they don’t squash and the way they squash it is by character assassination and name calling.”

(There are plenty of ways the trucker

protest could have been better handled.)

As Trudeau did with BLM bending a knee. When the truckers came to town peacefully protesting what did he do? Bringing all  this reinforcement in, it was crazy how he handled it. What it showed his true colours for the Canadian blue collar worker. He was mocked around the world because it didn't make sense. Unless you were watching CNN and the Canadian news networks on tv. How they like to twist it to their agenda being funded by the Trudeau government they can't hide it any longer, it's right there in your face.    


Here are some of Michel's letters to the editor  Ottawa Sun.

Published: Aug 15th, 2020


Is there no end to the stupidity of television anchors and Hollywood know-it-alls? Erica Hill on CNN claimed Trump’s plan to accept the Republican nomination in Gettysburg was “an effort to shore up the Confederacy.” Rob “Meathead” Reiner opined: “It’s a nod to his devotion to white supremacy.”

Do they not realize the Battle of Gettysburg was a huge victory for the anti-slavery Union forces and pretty much broke the back of the Confederacy? Not to mention it was the site of one of the greatest speeches in United States history given by Abraham Lincoln. The speech ends with these famous words: “That we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain — that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom — and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth.”


(Thanks for the history lesson.)


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Published: July 11, 2020


Victor Davis Hansen’s article on the situation in universities was, as usual for him, brilliant. Another professor from the University of California, John M. Ellis, has written a book, The Breakdown of Higher Education, chronicling the leftward tilt in American colleges and universities. In 1969, there were three left of centre professors for every two right of centre. By the end of the century, the ratio was five left to one right. Six years later, it was eight to one. Currently, he calculates the ratio at 13 to one. It’s getting even more unbalanced in recent junior hires, assistant and associate professors with an astounding ratio of 48 to one.

We can assume a study of Canadian universities would match his findings. It’s been a long campaign, but the liberal, progressive, socialist left has been very successful in converting campuses into one-party institutions where conservative views are curtailed or even forbidden.

The indoctrinated, woke, social justice warrior graduates are now attempting to make all of society one big university campus. As Ronald Reagan noted, “Freedom is never more than one generation from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.”


George Orwell's 1984.AARON TAM / AFP/Getty Images

Published:July 2, 2020



“Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right.”

George Orwell wrote these prophetic words in his book 1984. Conservatives were ridiculed when they warned that the destruction of statues would not stop at those of the Confederacy. In the past few weeks, the following have been desecrated or torn down: George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill, Gandhi, Raoul Wallenberg, Robert the Bruce, Thomas Jefferson, the “Glory” monument to Black soldiers who fought for the Union, the national World War II Memorial and many others.

The men honoured in these memorials were giants compared to the mindless, ill-educated barbarians, the products of years of socialist re-education camps formerly called universities. These violent anarchists are not anti-fascists, but the real fascists.


Cars burn in Baltimore on April 27, 2015.

 Drew Angerer / Getty Images

Published: June 10, 2020
“There’s no excuse for the kind of violence that we saw yesterday. It is counterproductive. When individuals get crowbars and start prying open doors to loot, they’re not protesting. They’re not making a statement. They’re stealing. When they burn down a building, they’re committing arson. And they’re destroying and undermining businesses and opportunities in their own communities”. This president also called the rioters “criminals and thugs”. No, it wasn’t Trump, it was Obama reacting to the mayhem in Baltimore in April 2015. Every president, Democrat or Republican, black or white, draws the line between peaceful protest and wanton, lawless destruction of property, businesses and jobs in major American cities.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends a news conference on Jan. 8, 2020 in Ottawa about flight PS752 from Tehran to Kiev that crashed shortly after takeoff.

Letters to the editor for Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020.


Re: Canada demands answers from Iran; Investigators to probe wreckage of Ukraine airline crash, Jan. 14

All Canadians applaud the prime minister’s call for transparency and accountability from the thuggish theocrats in Tehran.

We also hope that the same criteria will apply when the Liberals encounter a problem such as the SNC-Lavallin case. Instead of obfuscation, the muzzling of cabinet ministers and the complete shutdown of all parliamentary inquiries, Trudeau will allow what he expects from the Mullahs: openness, honesty and integrity.


U.S. President Donald Trump

Published:March 19, 2020


In 2010, the U.S. Centres for Disease Control and Prevention released estimated figures for swine flu, reporting that, in total, 57 million Americans had been sickened, 257,000 had been hospitalized and 11,690 people had died (including 1,180 children) due to swine flu (H1N1) from April 2009 through to mid-January 2010. There were few airline cancellations, a number of schools closed for a short time and not one sports league or concert was cancelled.

As of last Saturday night in the U.S., about 2,700 had tested positive for the novel coronavirus and 58 virus-related deaths had been reported.

Why the mass hysteria now? It’s mostly driven by the venomous hatred for Trump. There was no way the media would attack their darling Obama even though he didn’t declare an emergency until October 2009, months after the World Health Organization had declared a global pandemic in June 2009 and after a few thousand Americans had died.

The Democrats and their propaganda arm, the American media, think they have found the kryptonite to finally bring down the orange bad man. By politicizing this serious illness and sowing panic they hope to win in November


Jonathan Turley, professor of law at George Washington University Law School, listens to questions while testifying during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on the impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump on Capitol Hill in Washington, Dec. 4, 2019.

Published:December 8, 2019

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William F. Buckley Jr., the American conservative author, remarked, “I’d rather entrust the government of the United States to the first 400 people listed in the Boston telephone directory than to the faculty of Harvard University.”

After watching the impeachment hearing featuring four law professors, you would have to agree with Buckley that these denizens of the ivory towers of academia should never be in positions of authority over the ordinary citizens they disdain and consider as inferiors. Only one, Jonathan Turley, who voted twice for Obama and voted for Hillary, did not let his hate for Trump poison his judgment and calmly disproved the conjecture, presumptions and opinions of the three rabid Democrat hacks. Not one was able to point out any fact that would merit impeachment.

You can’t help but feel sorry for the young minds in adult daycare, formerly called universities, who are being indoctrinated by these joyless, imperious progressive leftists and have to parrot their drivel in order to get a passing grade.

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