“True North Strong and Free” to become ObamaLand this October?


From Canada Free Press

‘King of the World’ ? NAW….. he’s just a legend in his own mind!


Recurring theories that Barack Obama sees himself as reigning ‘King of the World’ rather than merely U.S. president are proving true—in Canada, of all places. 

Canada’s next general election will take place more than a year before the next presidential election, on October 16, 2015, at which time Obama gets the golden opportunity to add the natural resource-rich Land of the Maple Leaf to his fledgling ‘kingdom’.

Canadians getting ready to slog their way through another long Canadian winter are mostly unaware how they are about to be folded into ObamaLand as hostages of Marxism, just like their next door neighbours.

The Canadian New Democratic Party has a record for being at the ready to jump into bed with Canadian Liberals whenever gaining power is the impetus.

Both parties are currently working to make Canadians part of ObamaLand even as this article is being written.

The proverbial cat was let out of the bag by Adam Radwanski, who “begins a new assignment looking at how the party machines across the country are preparing” in the Globe and Mail, Dec. 27, 2014.

Who, it might be asked, would be reading the stentorious, nationally distributed Globe and Mail two days after Christmas?

Small ‘c’ conservatives might add,  “Who reads the Globe and Mail—period?”

You can read it right here that Obama’s today-the-pond-tomorrow-the-world agenda is no longer a matter of pure speculation:

With all polls pointing to a Liberal victory over Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservative government come October, key Obama presidential campaign bigwigs will brand unwitting Canada with the Big O stamp. 

Canada was easy pickings when post-election polls indicate that 75 percent of Canadians would have voted for Obama if only they could.

Just as Obama’s Organizing for Action (OFA)  blitzes the email accounts of millions of Americans with ‘Friend’ messages shilling the “just $5 more”  routine, Obama cheerleader, Canadian Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, solicits Canadians for ‘just $3 more”.

So no one who reads emails from politicians should really be surprised that Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have been been taking advice on the QT from Ms. Jennifer O’Malley Dillon or the ever opportunistic NDP from M. Jeremy Bird.

“Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have quietly been getting regular advice from Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, Barack Obama’s deputy campaign manager in the last U.S. presidential campaign. (Adam Radwanski, Globe and Mail, Dec. 27, 2014)

“Somewhat more openly, Tom Mulcair’s New Democrats have been receiving guidance from Jeremy Bird, who was Mr. Obama’s national field director.”

In the U.S., the Democrats, currently inflaming racial discord and patently ignoring the fact that the Revolutionary Communist Party USA is courting outright anarchy in the Ferguson, Mo, New York and other city protests that followed no-indictment Grand Jury decisions for Michael Brown and Eric Garner.

In Canada, other than in name, there is no real difference between the Liberals and NDP.  Indeed some wags joke that a Liberal is an NDipper in a pin-striped suit.

Members of both parties are pro-abortion and stridently anti Keystone Pipeline.

Members of both parties can see the advantages of the celebrity cult in politics sold to the masses by the pop culture.  Canadian Liberals and NDippers understand the ability of hiding from accountability by holding fast to politically correct standards.

Back to what the Jennifer O’Malley Dillons and Jeremy Birds are up to on Canadian soil:

“Look closely enough, and it is possible to see the influence of those and other prominent Democrats on the Liberals’ and NDP’s election preparations – just not in the ways one might expect, based on some of the hype about high-tech methods set to be imported. (Globe and Mail)

“Insiders from both parties concede that some of the most ambitious techniques from the Obama campaigns – the sort that are said to use advanced data analytics to target messages to individual voters – are not applicable in a country with less money in its political system, stricter privacy laws that limit access to personal information, and a less predictable electorate than one in which voters register to support one of two parties.

“As an example of Mr. Bird’s input, New Democrats instead point to the “days of action” they have been holding every month or two, in which teams of canvassers talk to voters about a specific policy proposal or issue. Although part of the objective is to collect data about potential supporters, the point is mostly to engage and train volunteers in the hope of having a force ready to roll when the campaign begins in earnest.

“The Liberals have been nudged toward more volunteer training as well. And as further evidence of taking advice from the Americans, party sources point to the $3 contributions they have been soliciting from first- time donors – a minuscule amount meant to get people in the habit of giving so that larger amounts can be sought in future. If those do not jump out as revolutionary concepts, that is somewhat the point. Much of what Democratic consultants are preaching is a sort of return to basics for parties that long neglected the painstaking work needed to build national grassroots organizations.

“For a time, parties got away with that neglect more easily. Television advertising and other mass communication allowed them to get their messages out. Paid phone banks became a preferred way of identifying supporters and ensuring they voted without too many on-the-ground volunteers. Lax fundraising rules allowed the Liberals to get by mostly on corporate and large individual contributions, and the NDP on union ones.

“Today, changing media consumption habits make it increasingly difficult to reach voters through mass communication, people are harder to reach by phone because they have done away with land lines or have caller ID, and corporate, union and large personal donations are banned. So parties and candidates have to work harder and more creatively to capture the attention (and dollars) of an electorate that can more easily tune them out – something that social media and other online tools can help with, but that also requires direct personal contact.

“What’s been proven is that successful campaigns use an integrated approach to reach voters in one-on- one conversations, whether that’s online or on the ground,” Mr. Bird says. “This grassroots outreach is hard work and requires a deeper investment.” (Ms. O’Malley Dillon did not respond to requests for comment.)

“Low levels of civic engagement do not make it easy to get boots on the ground, but this is where the Democrats’ experience comes in handy. Granted, Mr. Obama was a once-in-a-lifetime candidate, engaging people who otherwise would have been bystanders. But courtesy of their deeper pockets and other resources, they were also able to test engagement methods, some of which apply in Canada.

“In the broader sense, those include empowering volunteers and making them feel part of a community. So the Liberals and New Democrats now have a better sense of how quickly they need to establish personal contact after someone expresses interest in helping; how best to keep that person engaged between (rather than just during)
campaigns; how they can make her feel trusted, for instance, by giving her access to their database to enter findings from a canvass rather than just asking her to hand over her clipboards.

“More nuanced are recommendations for the wording of e-mails to prospective volunteers and donors to elicit the best response, and how often to ask for help before a saturation point is reached.

“And as they encourage Canadian parties to use two versions of most communications to gauge which works better, they can advise what to test. (When fundraising, for example, it is apparently worth checking which dollar amounts work best. Whom the request ostensibly comes from does not make a huge difference.)

“As the election draws closer, the parties’ focus and the Democrats’ advice will shift from organization- building to connecting with the broader electorate. And by no means is that advice limited to the basics. Liberals acknowledge, for instance, that Ms. O’Malley Dillon is helping them use their limited data to make headway on voter analytics, on which they have lagged even by Canadian standards.

“But for now at least, the guidance on grassroots mobilization could give the Liberals and New Democrats an advantage, relative to whom they are up against.

“The governing Conservatives are not known to be working with veterans of recent campaigns in the United States or elsewhere. Consistently outflanking their rivals on fundraising, they likely do not need help there. But partly in response to a shortage of volunteers at the riding level, their voter outreach in recent campaigns has been heavily centralized – including through reliance on phone banks.

“If that approach offers diminishing returns, as even some veterans of Conservative campaigns concede it might, they may wind up behind their rivals in adapting more traditional grassroots activism to the 21st century.”

Meanwhile, coming soon to a Canadian election voting booth near you, Obama-trained Liberal and NDP candidates.

Unless Canadians “stand on guard”, their country will no longer be “The True North strong and free!” but a cheaper Canadian version of ‘ObamaLand’.


I doubt that by the time we get to election day that we will see the young pup Trudeau as the Prime Minister of Canada…. though stranger things have happened!

Harper and his party are pretty savvy when it comes to campaigning. Baby Trudeau boy has given them so many sound bites of stupidity over the past four years…they could run continuous political advertisements, 24 hours a day, seven days a week for the six weeks they are on the campaign trail and still have some left over!

I’ll be doing my part during that time…reminding everyone of the PSP faux pas and absurd comments of little boy blue!

I don’t hold much merit in the Polls showing that Trudeau is out in front! They have been wrong on so many for the past three years! The Wild Rose Party in Alberta was supposed to win in a land slide victory over the Progressive Conservatives, who have been in power for the past 43 years in Alberta, even though they have embraced the Progressive part more than Conservative. The PC’s won  and we got an idiot and thief for a Premier! She finally got booted out of office last year!

Michael Ignatieff also used people from Obamaland campaign strategy…. he lost big time also. Using strategists from the USA just doesn’t work in Canada. They don’t understand how the Canadian mind works or how we view things. Liberals in Canada are not exactly the same as Liberals in the USA. Both are perpetually stupid but there are some small nuances that they just don’t get. WE don’t usually appreciate the dirty politics during a campaign. That’s why sound bites are good as they are the words spoken of by the candidate……. give them enough rope and they’ll hang themselves with it!

~Blessed B~

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16 Responses to “True North Strong and Free” to become ObamaLand this October?

  1. Hardnox says:

    I hope that you Canucks don’t suffer mental illness like we did down here.

    Conservative Progressive Party? What the hell is that? That’s an oxymoron.

    • Blessed B. says:

      Unfortunately we have many with the Liberal mental illness! They do seem like they are dwindling though.

      Progressive Conservative Party History….. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progressive_Conservative_Party_of_Canada

      The party adopted the “Progressive Conservative” party name in 1942 when Manitoba Premier John Bracken, a long-time leader of that province’s Progressive Party, agreed to become leader of the Conservatives on condition that the party add Progressive to its name. Despite the name change, most former Progressive supporters continued to support the Liberal Party or the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, and Bracken’s leadership of the Conservative Party came to an end in 1948. Many Canadians simply continued to refer to the party as “the Conservatives”.


      Some members are more Progressive than others!

  2. Kathy says:

    Hopefully, the other Canadians have paid enough attention to the politics here and learned from it. The Dems are good at raising money, but that’s all they’re good at.

    Progressive Conservatives equals America’s RINOs, maybe?

    • Blessed B. says:

      Hopefully! The Liberals are having a hard time even raising the monies they need but that could change closer to election time.

      Some PC’s are definitely like the American RINOs……

  3. vonMesser says:

    You guys up north better watch out or you’re gonna end up as states 51 – 52 – 53 – 54 – 55 – 56 – 57 – 58 – 59 – 60 – 61and 62. And no one to blame but your electorate.

    • Blessed B. says:

      LOL! So true! The North American Union would definitely not be a good thing and the Liberals are all for it!

  4. Liz entrekin says:

    I sincerely hope you guys do learn and stem the tide. Unfortunately, it will be extremely more evidentif in 2015 that at least grass roots are beginning to understand here how skewed is our government. Wish our people the best as they begin to stir. Prayers from me that you can turn back the tide there now.

    • Blessed B. says:

      Thanks Liz!

      I think there are many here in Canada that can see what has happened to the USA under Obi-Juan-Kenyanobi. It was true that in 2008 many Canadians would have voted for Obi and we had a Liberal Leader who was like except for the Charisma part, but then we elected PM Stephen Harper.



      Harper’s Conservative Party won a stronger minority in the October 2008 federal election, showing a small increase in the percentage of the popular vote and increased representation in the Canadian House of Commons, with 143 of 308 seats. The 40th Canadian Parliament was dissolved in March 2011, after his government failed a no-confidence vote on the issue of the Cabinet being in contempt of parliament.

      In the May 2011 federal election, Harper’s Conservative Party won a majority government, the first since the 2000 federal election. His party won 166 seats, an increase of 23 seats from the October 2008 election.


      Excepting any prayers that are offered!! 🙂

  5. Liz entrekin says:

    How sad our state of affairs when our neighbor to the north and long time partner can see what those in Congress are passing off as not treasonous and not impeachable.   The winds of the future are blowing folks and those now in Congress better batten down the hatches.  History may record 2015 as a pivotal year in our history.  I sincerely pray not but my senses say otherwise.

  6. Clyde says:

    Blessed B, you, and ALL of The Great White North’s Conservatives absolutely MUST keep exposing Canada’s liberals, progs, or whatever the hell else they want to be called, for the rotten, traitorous bastards they truly are. If your media is as screwed up as ours is, it will not be an easy task. Tell all those who support the Harper-type Conservatives they MUST also get out and VOTE. As OFTEN as is needed to counter act certain liberal fraud up there as well. If the libs in Canada are listening to Obama’s hacks, fraud is a HUGE part of the strategy.

    • Blessed B. says:

      Our Media is as screwed up as yours is!! The only news channel that one can get the truth from is Sun News Network! CTV, CBC, Global, etc and the Newspapers won’t tell the truth at all! Probably due to most being run by Liberals!

      I have been blogging on different sites that are spreading the Liberal agenda and point of view for quite some time now….. counter-acting their lies with truths. They don’t like me much and usually…I’m the only Conservative on there fighting the crowd! It’s just my part though to get the truth out there and hopefully get some Liberals to understand. It’s an up hill battle!

      Liberals have been showing the country how well they can screw things up! One only needs to look to the biggest Province ( Ontario) to see how well the Liberals can govern and spend tax payers dollars!

      The New Dhimmi Party ( aka NDP) are also not the ones to be in power! They are as bad as or even worse!

  7. upaces88 says:

    Man! Trudeau needs to have his lips pasted together! What an idiot!

    • Blessed B. says:

      LMAO! Stapled shut would be better! Idiot is a term that’s not even close to his level of stupidity!

      He has the same arrogance of his superior intelligence as does Obi. He’s the white version! His Mama’s drug use during the pregnancy really screwed up Justin’s brain cells!

  8. Bullright says:

    From your lips to their ears up there. Funny to hear that many of their strategies do not apply in Canadian politics. But heck that never stopped the Obama groupies before. they just trudge on.

    It’s like this they don’t care that the widget they make is not popular and people don’t want to buy it. That’s what they’re making anyway. But face it these narcissist yuppies are so full of themselves they don’t care, the idea was always to force it on you anyway…give voters no options. Now if the dirty laundry politics don’t work in Canada…LOL..they’re doomed from the start. That’s what they do!

    • Blessed B. says:

      There was a backlash after the Alberta Election due to Alison Redford using dirty politics in her advertisements. She fully embraced the Progressive side of the PC Party. She used scare tactics, coercion and ridicule of the Albertan mind set ( rednecks don’chya know!)…… It got her the election but then the lies she told started to catch up to her….. last year she was booted out of office for fraud and basically wiping out the Alberta trust fund!

      The only option I can see is to re-elect PM Harper. He has done Canada well during his time in office. He’s not perfect but he’s so much better than the other two candidates!

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