The Trudeau family has never cared much for the Canadian military. In a Globe & Mail article from 2009, Pierre Trudeau is described as a “draft dodger.” He was fiercely opposed to conscription(military draft) as a young man during World War 2. At the time, Trudeau was attending Harvard University, where his interest in Marxist ideas led to his paper on communism and Christianity.
Trudeau was greatly influenced by Nikolai Berdyaev, particularly his book Slavery and Freedom. Trudeau authority Monique Nemni argues that Berdyaev’s book influenced Trudeau’s rejection of Nationalism.
As prime minister, Pierre Trudeau cut the size of the Canadian Forces, sparking concern among Canada’s allies that the country was not pulling its weight on defence matters.
Fast forward a generation. Son Justin Trudeau is now prime minister. Under his watch, the top brass in the Canadian Military are being sued by government, while the general public are shut out regarding the details.
First, it was Admiral Mark Norman. Now, it is Lt.- Gen. Paul Wynnyk, second-in-command. Some analysts have pointed the finger at Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Jonathan Vance, but Conservative MP Andrew Scheer on Wednesday laid the blame squarely at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s feet.
Justin Trudeau, as well as his shadowy brother, Alexandre Trudeau, both express admiration for communist Cuba and China. For Alexandre, add Iran to the mix. In the past, he worked as a documentary film-maker for their government. What are the chances his films expressed a dislike of nationalism in Iran? Zero, of course.
For this family, Canada is a colonized nation populated by racists and bigots. No pride is to betaken in our country on this basis. Military represent traditional, “Old Stock” Canada–making the institution by default a secondary concern for Justin Trudeau.
Did Justin Trudeau personally sabotage the leadership of the Canadian military? After careful observation of Justin’s decision-making over the past five years, we would not put it past him. At the very least, our PM remains indifferent to the welfare of the Canadian military. After all, these people are generally Canadian-born soldiers from traditional Canadian families– so they don’t count.
From day one, the Trudeau government have placed Canadian veterans on the back burner. A Global News article entitled “Are the Liberals Turning Their Backs On Canadian Veterans” speaks volumes:
“Why are we still fighting against certain veterans’ groups in court?” Trudeau began after being confronted by a veteran during his stop in Edmonton. “Because they are asking for more than we are able to give right now.”
In 2016, at the NATO summit, Justin Trudeau committed $465 million to Afghanistan, including $270 million for development assistance and $195 million for security support from 2017 to 2020. This is just one example. Trudeau has also delivered hundreds of millions to Syria, Iran, and Iraq.
Simply put, if the issue is not aligned with the globalist intentions of the Trudeau government, it is rendered a secondary, incidental concern. This applies not only to institutions, but also to “traditional” Canadians. Much of Old Stock Canada oppose the Trudeau-Liberal-Globalist agenda. They recognize its socially destructive nature, preferring Justin Trudeau is voted out as prime minister.
The goings-on within the top brass in the Canadian military are further indications PM Trudeau’s lack of concern for traditional Canadian institutions. If it isn’t about China, Islam, Sikhism, and Gays and it seems Justin doesn’t want to bother with it.
— Brad Salzberg, Founder of Cultural Action Party of Canada(est.2016)