Justin Trudeau has toughened his stance against the inflammatory rhetoric of Donald Trump after the Prime Minister was criticized for his conciliatory tone confronting racist comments.
Why isn’t Trudeau speaking out against Trump’s job killing moves that will undoubtedly damage actual Canadians and cost jobs? The latest executive order from the president increases the overall requirement that infrastructure projects be made up of American made goods from 50% to 75%. That requirement actually jumps to 95 PERCENT for any steel or iron used in a project.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today denounced tweets sent by U.S. President Donald Trump over the weekend that told a series of first-term congresswomen of diverse ethnic backgrounds to “go back” to their countries of origin rather than tell U.S. politicians how America should be governed.
In his closing press conference at the Canadian Embassy, with the U.S. Capitol building in the background, Trudeau said he had “extensive conversations” with Donald Trump about Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, two Canadians being held by authorities in China.
Piece by meticulously researched piece, B.C.-based independent researcher Vivian Krause spent almost 10 years exposing the story. Every detail has been corroborated, including with American and Canadian tax records, together with documents and statements from the perpetrators themselves.
A social media post about Arabic writing on patrol car has resulted in many angry phone calls from Americans upset over the apparent “Islamization of Canada.” The post was picked up by a conservative American blog site that also published the phone number for London police.”Headquarters has been getting calls like crazy,” Const. Sandasha Bough said. “Some of them are being patched up to me and people are just screaming at me.”
Some white people react poorly to the Black Lives Matter movement because it seems on first glance to be concerned with black people only.
In fact, the current backlash against immigration has less to do with jobs and wages and more to do with concerns about national identity and control of borders.
“We respect the choice the people of the United Kingdom have made,” said Clinton’s statement.
Every propaganda gimmick was rolled out. Brexit was dismissed, mocked and ridiculed. It was for lunatics and madmen. Anyone who voted to leave the benevolent bosom of the European Union was an ignorant xenophobe who had no place in the modern world.