Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has exonerated Chief Poundmaker, who was convicted of the crime of treason-felony in 1885. Members of a Saskatchewan First Nation say they’ve waited decades for their famous chief’s treason conviction to be wiped away.
In 2011, the Conservative Party of Canada pledged to tackle human trafficking, creating the National Action Plan on June 6th, 2012. It assembled “Canada’s first integrated law enforcement team dedicated to combating human trafficking in Canada and abroad.”
The Trudeau government cancelled the plan in 2016.
The fight for the future of Australia’s Labor party has begun after it lost what was considered up until the final days of the campaign to be an unloseable election, in a result that Labor MPs said was “devastating”.
“I urge you to use your position as minister to exempt Mohamed Harkat from deportation and let him stay and live a productive life in Canada,” Alexandre Trudeau wrote, adding: “Make this decision of yours another shining example of your government’s commitment to sunny ways.”
The Trudeau family do not like English Canada. Clinging to the colonialism narrative, all three of the male members of the Trudeau clan–Justin, Alexandre and Pierre before them have maintained an animus toward Canadian heritage.
While the government has failed in any meaningful way to prosecute the dozens of ISIS returnees who are walking around freely on Canadian soil, they were somehow able to toss the former head of the Navy’s life into limbo for two years on an allegation recently thrown out of court.
By stating early in his tenure that Canada has “no core identity” and “no mainstream,” Trudeau has effectively opened the door to the demise of our national heritage.
While our nation’s demographics have changed dramatically, multicultural policy has not changed one iota. There is no other nation on earth which maintains a policy of cultural self-destruction like Canada.
Armed with the mighty Charter, any form of dissent within society regarding the diversity agenda is labelled an act of oppression. To question our social transformation by way of third world immigration is quickly branded an act of racism.
“History may prove otherwise, however, it is unlikely that Justin Trudeau will amount to much more than the man who put the final nail into our nationalist coffin. It appears Trudeau is simply leading Canadians down a path toward a blank slate of a nation.”