In my last post I said that the break-in at Justin Trudeau's home was a clear attempt to terrorize him and his young family.
And I accused Stephen Harper and his Cons of having created a climate of hate. Which is so obvious in the comment section of this Sun story.
As well as in the comment sections of other newspapers and on websites like Twitter.
But while condemning those vile comments, the National Post's Michael Den Tandt somehow manages to save most of his scorn for the ones he calls Harper haters.
Now, here’s what’s interesting about the episode: The venom wasn’t one-sided. As quickly as Trudeau haters popped up to dine out on the break-in, Stephen Harper-haters piled on with their own equally anile attacks — alleging variously that Conservative party stooges carried out the break-in, that Prime Minister Harper personally bore full responsibility, and that Harper himself is a [insert unprintable here].
Comparing them to those hate mongers and suggesting that they should also be banned from making anonymous comments.
For daring to suggest that Harper should bear a measure of responsibility for having created that climate of hate, with his bestial attacks on Trudeau...
Or for daring to wonder whether the shadowy Con operatives who tried to steal an election, might be capable of trying to threaten and destabilize their most hated enemy.
Let’s dispense with the obvious, which is that no one can credibly blame the isolated act of a criminal or nut on anyone but the nut.
When the criminal didn't take anything. The "nut" slipped silently into the house, and then silently out. Which is not the way most mentally ill people would behave in that kind of situation.
And the message is so sinister and so carefully designed to inflict psychological terror.
A note left in Justin Trudeau’s Ottawa home during a break-in Saturday morning was placed on top of an arrangement of large knives, according to a source close to the Liberal Party leader.
Five or six large butcher knives were laid out inside the home, some on the floor, the source told the Star. The note, which Trudeau called “threatening,” rested on the knives.
Because now we're talking about BUTCHER KNIVES.
And not even the police should call monsters like that mere "vandals." Not when motive should be their guide at this stage of the investigation. And nobody but nobody hates Justin Trudeau more than the Harper Cons.
Who judging by their actions, and the crazed words of their followers, are the real haters, and capable of ANYTHING...
And since they are so desperate, and they are so evil, I wouldn't be surprised if some of them thought they might be able to destabilize Justin Trudeau, knock him off his game, stop him from travelling across the country.
Trudeau said he can only do his job if he’s assured his family is safe at home.
"And when my wife and kids, with the nanny, are at home on their own and someone breaks in and engages in some fairly disturbing behaviour, I think it's certainly something that gives me pause in my ability to do the travelling and the job that I'm doing that takes me away from them so much.”
While using his home invasion to reinforce the flimsy planks of their Great War on Crime.
Because that's who they are, that's what bullies do. What they do is disgusting.
And if Michael Den Tandt thinks I'm going to stay silent about the actions of those loathsome Con bullies, he's got another thought coming.
And while I'm at it, I should also make it clear to people like him and the other hapless stooges in the MSM, that I am not a "Harper hater." I do not hate him personally. All I feel for him is total and utter contempt.
Which is why I usually portray him like this...
As just a grubby little monkey leader.
But what what I do hate is what he's doing to this country, turning it into an ugly place, full of the lowest kind of people. A sewer if ever there was one, clogged with hate mongers, and Con stooges or those who have lost their moral compass.
The break-in must be solved because it doesn't just threaten Justin, it threatens our democracy.
And yes, nothing will shake my belief that my Canada will not be cleaner and better.
Until the glorious day that ghastly monkey is defeated.
Which needless to say, for the sake of human decency, can't come soon enough...
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