Anyone who follows Cultural Action Party Of Canada’s writings would conclude our organization despises Justin Trudeau. We will, however, give this fraudulent PM credit for one thing: being FUTURE-oriented. How does Justin Trudeau see the future for the Liberal Party, as well as the destiny of our nation in general?
The Times of India reports that Indian intelligence agencies have alerted the Liberal government that pro-Khalistan extremists near Mission, B.C., plan to carry out strikes in Punjab.
New Delhi: The Indian intelligence agencies have alerted Canada’s Justin Trudeau government, saying that pro-Khalistan terrorists are running a camp near Mission city in British Columbia to carry out strikes in Punjab.
People in British Columbia’s South Asian community wanted an official apology for the rejection of 376 migrants, mostly Sikhs, who arrived in Canada aboard the Komagata Maru 102 years ago, and they presumably feel better now, having obtained it.
“But Canada’s government was, without question, responsible for the laws that prevented these passengers from immigrating peacefully and securely. For that, and for every regrettable consequence that followed, we are sorry.”
Ujjal Dosanjh, former B.C. NDP premier says that Canadian politicians shouldn’t be capitulating to Canada’s “apology industry.”
“The whole world is screaming against Islamic terrorism, and even India is not safe from it,” said Vishnu Gupta, founder of the Hindu Sena nationalist group. “Only Donald Trump can save humanity.”
Canadian leader Justin Trudeau is to tender a full apology for the Komagata Maru incident of 1914. It should trigger similar repentance elsewhere for other sins of the past.
“The passengers of the Komagata Maru were seeking refuge, and better lives for their families. With so much to contribute to their new home, they chose Canada and we failed them utterly,” Justin Trudeau said.
Canada is finally owning up to a dark chapter of its past. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Monday that he’ll offer a full apology next month in the House of Commons for the 1914 Komagata Maru affair