Trudeau LOSES His Majority while Quebec Nationalism SURGES

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Alright There Everyone Saw A Boy Canadian

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pulled it off beating the Conservatives but losing his majority in the parliament all the while Quebec Nationalism surges that’s what we’re talking about on today’s video what a bomber right that’s all I got to say about it yes it was a bummer no I got more than that as disappointing as yesterday was the election did continue to evidence a surge in nationalist popular sentiments in Canada, albeit in its more secessionist forms. We’ll be taking a look at the results of the election. What they mean for Trudeau for the Conservatives and for the future of Canadian nationalist populism but first if you’re not using a UK or virtual private network on your desktop tablet or mobile device while browsing the Internet well, then you’re really exposing yourself to a lot of potential danger but thanks. to our good friends over at Virtual Shield protecting yourself from hackers and identity theft has never been easier and to make it even better this month. Virtual Shield is offering a Halloween month-long special 25% off all UK plans all premium add-ons including protection plus residential access UK performance plans for as low as the price of a cup of coffee give it a try by signing up for a free 30-day trial to Virtual Shield UK and see what all the hype is about you have nothing to lose click on the link below sign up for your free 30-day trial today alright.

The Returns Are In And It Is Clear

that Justin Trudeau has survived two scandals that plagued his administration in reelection bid and has won a plurality of seats in the Canadian Parliament. Nevertheless, though the Liberals won the most seats they fell well short. What they got back in 2015 so the Liberals will be overseeing what’s called a minority government in parliamentary terms where the Liberals will now be teaming up with theNK] in the new Democratic Party who had a bit of a rough go at it Yesterday Interestingly enough we’ll be talking about that in a moment a disaster for them yesterday remember. This was not a complete loss by any stretch of the imagination. Trudeau’s party is on course of being getting around 150 557 seats far short of the 184.

They Got Back In Oh 15 And Theyve

fallen short of course of their majority 170 needed. In the House of Commons. The Conservatives led the popular vote. They gained 22 seats but the total Alas was only 120 122 seats again falling well short of the Liberals now as I mentioned this is what is technically known. known as a minority government and minority governments usually last only about two two and a half years in Canada.

So While Trudeau Will Unfortunately Be Around For

another 24 months. He’ll be fun to kick around of course, but it does promise to be at least an abbreviated period of time if past precedents hold now. The big surprise of the day However, was the surge in the nationalist and secessionist leading bloc québécois. It’s a party dedicated to Quebec nationalism and increasing sovereignty within Canada. Indeed, they were at one time the party of secession all right seeking a fully independent Quebec that’s been downplayed of late and they’ve been running on a thoroughly nationalist populist platform, but from within Quebec.

So Theyre Claiming The Mantle Being

able to best represent you know most faithfully carry out Quebec interests in the Canadian Parliament and Ottawa and as a result they surge to an astonishing third place they far surpass the leftist new Democratic party. TheNK]. In fact the UK was almost completely wiped out equip act. The Bloc québécois just defeated them in district after district or Canadian cold. Our writings and so depending on how you feel about Quebec nationalism perhaps the one bright spot in one very very bright spot is that a nationalist populist party did very very well in these elections, but this regional victory was tempered by the major.

Major Disappointment With The Defeat Of Maxime

Bonnier, the leader of the People’s Party, the new nationalist populist Party of Canada as a whole. He easily won his seat in the last election as a member of the Conservative Party, but he left the Conservatives formed his own party. The People’s Party and he got beat out by the Conservative opponent and unfortunately not a single candidate for the People’s Party won their respective elections. But again you know we have to keep this all in perspective in light of the big picture here we have to remember that the Bloc Québécois got slaughtered in their last election largely because of their own disorganization, internal infighting disarray and the like and as a result in the election back in 2015 the Liberals ended up dominating Quebec with 40 seats Conservatives held around 11 the leftist UK the National Democratic Party. They held 14 seats, which is itself a stunning fall from their election back in 2011 when they won 59 seats.

Thenk] Once Completely Dominated Quebec Okay The

Bloc québécois had been reduced in barely 10 seats. So now we can see how dramatic the rise is this nationalist Bloc Québécois They went from a mere 10 seats in the last Parliament, which just disbanded. Literally days ago they’ve gone from 10 seats to now 32 seats right they more than tripled their results so we shouldn’t be too dejected when a party like Bernie’s People’s Party doesn’t do well in an election cycle elections are only one indicator of how things are going a very powerful one but remember the leg a party in Italy. Italy they were getting no more than 5% of the national vote up to just a couple of years ago and now there’s a single most popular party by far in Italy, which they’ll no doubt show in their next election there so when it comes to nationalist parties. We have one that surged micro or Ethno-nationalism one and another one that faltered I’m hoping actually to have Maxine Bernier on our channel as a guest we could talk about the future prospects of the People’s Party and what he has planned there weren’t talks right now so that’s exciting so having said all that what sin should we make a Trudeau scoring the W here right it’s obviously a major disappointment.

It Really Really Looked Like.

He was going down a couple of months ago special with the whole UK Lava Land scan the blackface scandal those scandals clearly. him, but they didn’t defeat him which is of course what we all wanted so what sin should we make of all that well at several levels. I think that what happened Yesterday was very very similar to what happened here in the states with President, Obama and his re-election remember Obama came in in 2008. Just he swept in like the Messiah of all things Progressive Liberalism right and he won by these astounding margins, crushing his opponent UK.

He Was Fond Out By The Media, But

then we found out that the nation wasn’t really behind him. So in 2010 during the midterms, the Republicans won a net gain of 63 seats in Congress. It was an absolute slaughter. They won seven seats alone in the Senate and it looked like. Obama was toast when it came to the reelection and yet he won he won now similarly.

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Trudeau He Won By Far Less Margin

than he did in 2008. He lost his majority big time in 2010 and while winning the election 2012. He also saw significant erosion in his support and that erosion of support continued into 2014. Two years later when the Republicans won more seats than at any other times as the 1920s and then two years later, Donald Trump became the first Republican to win over 300 electoral votes since 1988 so while this national election in Canada was clearly disappointing no question we do have to look at it from this big-picture perspective did Trudeau gain support or did he lose support? Has Trudeau increased his voting base or did he see a significant decrease? Have regional elections been going towards the Liberals or had they been trending towards the Conservatives. Right remember Canada has had five or six regional elections in places like Ontario and Alberta and Prince Edward’s Island New Brunswick Quebec of course and all of these elections have tilted to the right every single one.

We Also Studies Have Come Out Of Late

that show that Nash’s popular sentiments are They’re beginning to gain tremendous support throughout Canada so we have to see what happened yesterday from within this long-term context that’s of what we do on this channel. If we look at yesterday’s results in light of a longitudinal perspective. We can see that we could see what we might call a sub victory no we didn’t win the election we’re not delusional like Hillary Clinton all right. Some reason think she beat Donald Trump We’re not delusional okay. The Conservatives lost this election okay, but they scored a sub-victory or series of micro victories by virtue of effectively siphoning off support from the Liberal globalist.

Just Like The Republicans Did With Obama In

2012 now if that’s the case if we’re seeing a similar political pattern here then that means in 2021 2022, just a couple of years away. We may be seeing a massive conservative victory comparable to what we saw here in the states in 2014 and O 16, but it’s gonna require the Conservatives to get bold okay in Canada They can’t be politically correct. They got a take on the Canadian media. The mouthpieces for all things progressive globalists they got to embrace nationalist populism. They’re gonna have to make alliances with Quebec Nationalists.

Theyre Gonna Have To Exploit The

three major. insecurities provoked by progressive globalism, globalist administration’s like border and security, economic and security and cultural and security and they should see some massive gains in the next national elections, which hopefully is just a couple of years away so yes no question on the one hand, big big disappointment yesterday on the other hand from a big-picture perspective lots of promising signs for the future emergence of a vibrantly conservative Canada now before you go if you need a little cheering up. We just posted a video the other day of a Greta toon burg rally in Canada that got crushed by hundreds of counter-protesters from the populus group United we role it’s gonna make your day so make sure to click on the thumbnail at the top left of the video and I’ll see you over there God bless.

Summary

The returns are in and it is clear that Justin Trudeau has survived two scandals that plagued his administration in reelection bid and has won a plurality of seats in the Canadian Parliament . Nevertheless, though the Liberals won the most seats they fell well short. The Liberals will be overseeing what’s called a minority government in parliamentary terms where the Liberals will now be teaming up with the new Democratic Party who had a bit of a rough go at it yesterday . The election did continue to evidence a surge in nationalist popular sentiments in Canada, albeit in its more secessionist forms . We’ll be taking a look at the results of the election. What they mean for Trudeau for the Conservatives and for the future of Canadian nationalist populism . The next video will be talk about how we’ll be able to talk to our good friends over at Virtual Shield over the Halloween month-long special offer to Virtual Shield UK . The offer is available for a Halloween month off from October 31. For more information on how to sign up for a…. Click here to read more and watch the full video