As a result of security concerns, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family were moved from their home to an undisclosed location on Saturday afternoon, CBC News has reported.
“These demonstrations are national in scope, they’re massive in scale,” Ottawa police chief Peter Sloly told media, expressing concern about the possibility of violent “lone wolf individuals carrying out violent acts.”
There is no question that acts of violence are to be discouraged. Cultural Action Party do not endorse physical aggression, regardless of circumstance. We will support what is sometimes referred to as “just desserts.”
“To receive the appropriate reward or (more usually) punishment for one’s actions.”
Buddhist philosophy refers to it as Karma. Physicist Albert Einstein theorized on “cause and effect” in his principles on relativity. “An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth” says a biblical prophecy.
CAP deliver the message in less sublime terms: Justin Trudeau deserves what he is receiving. As such, the circumstances now pivot to a new dynamic:
Can Trudeau survive as prime minister? Nostradamus we are not. While survival is possible, in the long term it is unlikely. Observing PM Trudeau’s six-plus years in office– as CAP has done with diligence– a unique observation can be expressed.
No matter the circumstance, Trudeau’s reign as national leader always delivers an aura of the “orchestrated.” Each major decision accompanied by a shadowy sub-plot rooted in ideological goals.
For Trudeau, being prime minister is an out-of-body experience. The bodies who pull his string are elusive in nature. So much so that countless conspiracy theories emanate in the man’s wake.
If one is to distill the situation down to its essence– the monstrosity that is the trucker protest, public anger toward the PM– let’s ask a fundamental question:
Has Justin Trudeau been good– or bad– for our country? Based on the truckers rally, as well as scandals such as WE Charity and SNC-Lavalin, the answer is not a chance.
The reason why Trudeau has survived for six-years is mainly due to Canadian media. Based upon a delivery of billions in taxpayer dollars, establishment media has done all they can to advance Trudeau’s legitimacy. Like the poor trucker who missed the rally, they may well be out-of-gas.
The past has caught up with Justin Trudeau. Canadians will have to wait and see whether this man can withstand the storm. In this regard, Trudeau is as hard-headed as they come. Whether due to years spent inside a protected bubble, or for purely cognitive reasons, it always seems that Justin just doesn’t get it.
Will security-enforced hiding of himself and his family open his mind to an ultimate truth? Perhaps Justin Trudeau has finally made a left-turn on the road of politics from which he cannot escape.