“I will miss her so. She was one of my favourite people in the world,” Prime Trudeau stated upon hearing of the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Let us come to terms with this statement. For just under seven-years in office, PM Trudeau has railed against the colonial founding of Canada. For an equal amount of time, the PM has run down Anglophone and European-derived Canadians as racists and xenophobes.
For nearly 70 years, Queen Elizabeth stood as a figurehead of a nation PM Trudeau holds responsible for stealing our soil from Indigenous Canadians. Because Trudeau is Quebecois, he makes not a single reference to the French settler element of colonialism.
Now, upon the death of the Monarch, Trudeau delivers a fresh round of crocodile tears and hypocritical behaviour.
CAP want to understand. Within the Trudeau-family word view– one of affection for Chinese communism and Middle Eastern theocracies, why would our prime minister maintain authentic concern and caring for Queen Elizabeth?
It’s not because he wants to– it is because he has to.
“It was with the heaviest of hearts that we learned of the passing of Canada’s longest-reigning sovereign, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. She was a constant presence in our lives — and her service to Canadians will forever remain an important part of our country’s history,” Justin Trudeau said in a tweet.
Which history is that, Mr. Trudeau? One in which Canada’s woke warriors tear down statues of Scotsman and Canada-founder Sir John A. MacDonald? The country in which criminals burn down some 30 Christian churches, to which you reacted by stating the arson attacks “were understandable.”
“We have consistently marginalized, engaged in Colonial behaviours, in destructive behaviours, in assimilationist behaviours, that have left a legacy of challenges to a large portion of the people who live in Canada who are Indigenous peoples, stated Trudeau in 2016.
Blimey– looks like it is an absolute love-affair between the King of Wokism and the Queen of England.
What a ruse. Naturally, all the hypocrisy in the world will not motivate Canadian media to point to this deception. Trudeau’s false dedication has been followed up by New Democratic Party leader, Jagmeet Singh:
“Queen Elizabeth II lived a life of history and duty,” said NDP Leader Singh upon hearing of the death of Canada’s longest reigning Monarch.
“Queen Elizabeth lived a life of history and duty. She was also a mother, grandmother and great grandmother. My thoughts today are for her family who have lost a pillar of strength in their lives.”
At which point we transition to Mr. Singh’s statements on Britain’s colonial impact on early Canadian history:
“Let’s be clear. This is the tragic legacy of Canada’s colonial past. We have to confront that, we have to realize that.”
“When it comes to issues around health, education and housing for Indigenous people, Jagmeet Singh determined what he believes is the main source of those issues: Colonialism.”
How to reconcile the disparate commentary emanating from PM Trudeau and his Canada-loathing political partner?
Simple– we don’t. Establishment media won’t do it for us. At this point in the trajectory of Canadian history, society is controlled by two Canada-haters. In early 2022, Singh and our prime minister signed on the dotted line to keep the Trudeau government in power until late 2025.
Together, the two are working with international power-mongers to transfer Canada to a neo-communist society. Why then would either politician pretend to give a fig for the figurehead of colonialist oppression?
They wouldn’t, and they don’t. The motive comes down to a single impetus: the way it appears to the public. To sit in silence as they do regarding prejudice toward Canadian Christians and worldwide persecution belies their true beliefs.
“Canadian and international observers are condemning media, politicians and other opinion leaders for turning a blind eye to a startling new report that shows a 260-per-cent increase in anti-Catholic hate crimes in the past year.”
“The increase is almost 10 times higher than for all hate crimes combined.”
Trudeau’s statement on the matter? Blink, and you missed it– despite the fact that our PM claims to be a “practicing Catholic.”
Jagmeet Singh is not a Catholic, nor is he a supporter of Christianity. Sikhism, Islam–absolutely. In this respect, he mirrors Justin Trudeau. Cut from the same ideological cloth, both men are resolute in their desire to undermine Canada’s ties to the British Commonwealth.
Are Canadians aware? NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh wants to cancel Canada’s ties to the monarchy:
“I don’t see the relevance of it[connections to British Crown], and I don’t think that most Canadians do,” Singh stated in an interview with Evan Solomon, host of CTV’s Question Period.
How deeply this contrasts with any form of praise Mr. Singh offers in regards to the passing of the Queen. Degree to which it will make a difference for Canadian media? Begin with nothing, and proceed downhill from there.
As ideological partners, Trudeau and Singh have established what is accurately described as a Socialist Authoritarian Coalition Government. Canadian media has their own term for this– they call it “Liberalism.”
The ideological foundation of these political leaders is decidedly pro-communist, and virulently anti-colonial. Upon the death of Queen Elizabeth II, our controlling politicians are out to deceive 38 million Canadians regarding attitudes toward the Monarchy.
Upon the purchase of Canadian media by the Trudeau government, their hypocrisy will go undetected by a majority of those citizens.
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““I will miss her so. She was one of my favourite people in the world,” Prime Trudeau stated upon hearing of the death of Queen Elizabeth II.”
Wicked Liar. Let’s hear the embarrassing lionizing of his father:
“Fidel Castro was a larger than life leader who served his people for almost half a century. A legendary revolutionary and orator, Mr. Castro made significant improvements to the education and healthcare of his island nation. While a controversial figure, both Mr. Castro’s supporters and detractors recognized his tremendous dedication and love for the Cuban people who had a deep and lasting affection for ‘el Comandante’.” Justeen Castreau then collapsed….weeping uncontrollably; assuming a fetal position.
Well expressed. Trudeau and Singh are simply hypocrites.