Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer portrayed himself as Canada’s anti-fascist option in the next general election. He is prepared to challenge a prime minister he describes as “weak in the face of anti-democratic regimes.”
In a speech delivered at a Montreal hotel, Scheer laid out his foreign-policy platform, while portraying Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as someone who wasn’t tough with authoritarian and communist regimes such as China.
“In the twentieth century…some Canadian leaders harboured secret admiration for authoritarian figures like Fidel Castro or Mao Zedong,” Scheer said. Similarly, “some would prefer to see Canada take a non-alignment posture, treating democracies and dictatorships IN EQUAL FASHION.”
This, folks, is Justin Trudeau. Scheer makes a critical point in this regard. Our current PM is a globalist. Leaders of this nature prefer both borders and political orientations of nations melt into a single entity. No prime minister in history–including father Pierre– has ever advocated for border erosion like Justin Trudeau. None have eroded the meaning of citizenship by welcoming illegal migrants and convicted Islamic terrorists to our nation.
The broader implications of such behaviour is what Mr. Scheer is hereby expressing. As for admiration for specific dictators of history, media irresponsibility has resulted in minimizing the extent of admiration. This began with Pierre Trudeau after he met with Mao Tse Tung three times in the early 1970’s.
Since this time, a covert attempt to integrate China’s economy and political affectations has been at play within our society. Powerful non-profit organizations such as the Canada China Business Council(a Trudeau family co-creation) has for decades been hard at work to facilitate the will of the Chinese government within our borders.
All Trudeau male family members- Pierre, Justin and brother-in-the-shadows Alexandre have publicly revealed their admiration for the behemoth communist nation and its ideological figurehead, Chairman Mao.
That the people of Canada do not comprehend the true political orientation of our current prime minister is just short of tragic. This is what occurs when mainstream media maintain a palpable bias toward a specific political ideology. In Canada, this is liberalism. The issue, however, is that true Liberalism and Trudeau Liberalism are two separate entities.
Classical Liberalism as founded by thinkers such as John Locke advances individual liberty to the pinnacle of political theory. Trudeau Liberalism feigns this belief, or at the least limits its application to government-endorsed segments of society.
For Justin Trudeau, freedom of the individual is restricted to those who believe the in the same things as government. Those opposed are corralled like cattle into categories of xenophobes, racists and bigots. It is a proverbial BLACK-LISTING of innocent citizens. In this manner, it is a replication of autocratic governments found in China, Cuba, and the former Soviet Union.
These are the governments the Trudeau family admire. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is correct. His messaging is bold and accurate. As such, the racist tag applied by our globalist government and media will likely stick with him until election day.
Whether or not it is enough to return Justin to office to spend another four years demeaning the Canadian-born while empowering autocratic governments within Canada remains to be seen.