Canadian taxpayers sent $7.1 million to China in foreign aid in 2018. The Trudeau Liberals also sent $5 million to North Korea, $4 million to Iran and even Putin’s Russia got $200,000.
None of these countries are democratic. All are run by dictators and none have values in line with Canada. So why are we funding them?
Darn good question–and one that the average Canadian would be hard-pressed to answer. Heck, even at CAP we cannot understand this curious form of altruism toward governments that are ideologically antithetical to democratic governance.
Why does the Trudeau government take even a nickel–let alone $7 million dollars to China? How about Canada tries something novel– let China’s government take care of their citizenship, and Canada will take care of ours.
Racist! bellows NDP Immigration Critic, MP Jenny Khan. “Outrageous,” screams CEO Queenie Choo of tax-payer funded SUCCESS Immigrant Services of British Columbia.
What foolishness. As any sensible Canadian(non-Liberal) should be able to deduce by now, Justin Trudeau has a “thing” for despotic rulers, and their dictatorships. Fact: Justin Trudeau, brother-in-the-shadows Alexandre Trudeau, and Papa Pierre before them have all expressed their admiration for China and Cuba on myriad occasions.
Therefore, informed citizens should in no manner be surprised by the current structure of government’s globalist foreign aid program.
As an aside, want to know something else Canada has in common with China and North Korea? This would be our abortion policy. Canada, China and North Korea share a common policy of “no-term-limit” abortion. Within all three nations, women can have an abortion at nine-months pregnant. Who established this policy? Pierre Trudeau. China has 1.4 billion citizens, while Canada has 37.5 million citizens.
Beyond this, why are we funding countries like Italy? Yes, we are giving foreign-aid money to a wealthy member of the European Union. What the heck is going on here anyway?
CAP will inform: The United Nations is going on. In our humble opinion, the U.N. is anti-nationalism. They are working to control world-wide population distribution. Additionally, they work programs of depopulation within western democracies.
Irony of ironies! In the year 1951, Canada’s foolishly signed the 1951 Refugee Convention. This is the key legal document that forms the basis of refugee protocol. Ratified by 145 State parties, it defines the term ‘refugee‘ and outlines the rights of the displaced, as well as the legal obligations of States to protect them.
Take a wild guess which nations did not sign this border-eroding globalist document? This would be Islamic nations such as Saudi Arabia and Iran. Now, fast-forward 70 years. In 2019, which nations are responsible for Islamic migrants and refugees?
Not Iran or Saudi Arabia. No–the answer is nations such as Canada. Taking one step beyond, wise Canadians may comprehend what the signing of the Global Compact For MIgration in 2018 will mean for our nation 70 years from today.
Keep in mind that globalist seduction always means the public find out about the cultural assault decades after the agenda becomes entrenched within society.
More numbers from the Trudeau government’s own figures for last year: Mexico, $6.8 million; Turkey, $4.5 million; Brazil, $4.3 million; and Argentina, $2.1 million.
Is this not $17 million which could have gone to domestic issues such as poisoned water on First Nation reserves? CAP bet $17 million would go a long way to reduce child poverty in Canada. Instead, government hands the money to foreign governments–many of which are totalitarian in nature.
Anyone else notice this little tid-bit: while it is verified that our government is giving away billions in foreign aid, there is no verification that the funds actually reach their intended parties.
Are Canadians to believe every red cent goes toward the improvement of health and reduction in poverty within Iran and Pakistan? Notice how establishment media never allude to this curiousity, nor do they provide evidence verifying the legitimacy of these billion dollar giveaways.
Does John Ibbitson of the Globe & Mail actually trust the system in this regard? Andrew Coyne and Chantal Hebert? Let’s get real here–the government of Iran is about as trust-worthy in this regard as Osama bin Laden would have been if elected Pope.
Why does Canada function as a nation which exists to send billions of taxpayer dollars to despotic and theocratic governments? Who voted for this? No one. Therefore, as in the case of immigration and multicultural policy, this whole thing reeks of anti-democratic, globalist malarky.
This, of course, is Justin Trudeau in the flesh. What a wicked game they play– positioning government as a model of democratic governance while indulging in back-room communism.
“The experience of that superb strategist Mao Tse-tung might lead us to conclude that in a vast and heterogeneous country, the possibility of establishing socialist strongholds in certain regions is the very best thing.”
-Former Liberal Prime Minister, Pierre Trudeau.
— BRAD SALZBERG