Trudeau Pays Tribute To Radical Sikh Militant In House Of Commons

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“Justin Trudeau, whose government depends on the support from pro-Khalistani MP Jagmeet Singh’s New Democratic Party, alleged the role of Indian agents behind the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Trudeau has not provided proof to support his charges.”

So states an article published by the Hindustan Times. A curiosity it is, on a number of fronts. Canada’s federally-funded CBC News describe Nijjar as a “Sikh activist, a prominent proponent of an independent Sikh state.” Nijjar was gunned down outside the Guru Nanak Gurdwara temple in Surrey, British Columbia, where he held the title of President, on June 18, 2023.

“Nijjar is accused of organising an arms training camp in Mission Hills in Canada’s British Columbia, wherein he trained Mandeep Singh Dhaliwal and other youths to fire AK-47 rifles, sniper rifles and pistols.”

How did the Liberal government of Canada respond on the one-year anniversary of the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar? Like this:

“Canada’s House of Commons observed a ‘moment of silence’ for Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar on Tuesday, who was killed in a gangwar on the same day a year ago in Surrey, British Columbia.” 

Talk about “dedication.” In which Trudeau and the Liberals maintain habits entirely counter to traditional Canadian values. Much of this comes down to community priorities. CAP attempt to wrap our thoughts around the following social condition.

For Trudeau, in addition to Sikh-Canadian leader of the New Democratic Party Jagmeet Singh, Canada and its multi-generational Anglophone communities are racist bigots. Meanwhile, accused Khalistani terrorists are venerated in the House of Commons.

Welcome to priority-time in post-modern Canada. It well appears that the existing Liberal-NDP neo-socialist coalition government place Sikh diaspora communities at top priority. Far below arrive “taxed-to-the-max” white Canadians, barely registering a blip within the ethno-religious hierarchy embedded into society by the Liberals. None of it being a recent revelation.

“The Liberal Party believes that terrorists should get to keep their Canadian citizenship … because I do. And I’m willing to take on anyone who disagrees with that.”

— Justin Trudeau, September, 2015

It’s one area in which the PM has stuck to his word. Importing radicalism from the Middle East is a speciality. Advancement of 3rd World political presence in Canada  another. For nine years in succession, the Liberals have been spending time and money injecting foreign diaspora politics into the veins of Canadian society.

Some might suggest it’s a calculated agenda. A full year of federal polling informs us that, in general terms, the public are finished with Team Trudeau. To this day, polls project the Conservative Party maintain a 15-20 point lead over the Liberals. Yet, in terms of Liberal political orientation, nothing changes.

Are the Liberals desirous of social conflict emanating from importation of radical political entities from the 3rd World? Perhaps the only way for Trudeau to continue to maintain iron-clad control over society is to push Canadians toward public rebellion.

Thus justifying a form of “martial law” crackdown to circumvent an election in which the Liberals are bound to go to the slaughterhouse of voter intentions. Food for the authoritarian thought it is. Yet, knowing the desperation of Liberal backroom strategists, anything is possible.

“Hardeep Singh Nijjar: The Terrorist Who Was Mourned By Justin Trudeau And Gurpatwant Pannun”

Huh? Who the heck is Gurpatwant Singh Pannun and what is he doing “in bed” with PM Trudeau?

“In 2020, Sikhs for Justice founder Gurpatwant Singh Pannu [was charged] under Section 124A (sedition), 120B (criminal conspiracy), 153A (promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence)  of the Indian Penal Code. 

Do tell, fellow patriots: should this be considered acceptable behaviour on the part of a Canadian prime minister? How can it be that on this basis a “terrorist-friendly” national leader retains political office?

The answer, in a nut-shell, is decidedly simple: because “terrorist-sympathizer” Jagmeet Singh is keeping Trudeau in office by way of a “Confidence and Supply” agreement signed by the two parties.

Sick, isn’t it? To illustrate the transitioning of our nation away from its historical identity and traditional values, Cultural Action Party [est.2016] offer up quotations from a long-lost prime minister:

“I am Canadian, a free Canadian, free to speak without fear, free to worship God in my own way, free to stand for what I think right, free to oppose what I believe wrong, free to choose those who govern my country. This heritage of freedom I pledge to uphold for myself and all mankind.”

— Former PM John Diefenbaker, 1957-1963

Free to speak without fear in “no core identity” Canada? Not a chance. Free to oppose what “I believe is wrong?” Only if one is willing to be labelled a racist or bigot. Free to choose those who govern my country? Not at this moment. More from Dief:

“To me, being a Canadian means that you will stand by your country, and hold it strong well you are at war. It means that you will not give up your home and native land. We might have been a British colony for centuries, but we embrace that. We love our heritage and I would not even try to change who I am.” 

Trudeau and Singh have branded Canada systemically racist, while at the same time embracing convicted terrorists. Not giving up your home and native land? Canadians have no choice– our government gives it away on a recurring basis. We love our heritage? The “neo-communist two” hate our heritage.

Is this entire situation some kind of pathetic joke? Sad to say that it isn’t the case. Rather, this is the reality of Canada as it’s systemically transitioned to the “post-modern” society our PM alluded to back in 2016.

Justin Trudeau, Jagmeet Singh, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Gurpatwant Singh Pannu.

“Birds 0f post-modern political feather” they are. O Canada, how you have been royally hoodwinked.

4 thoughts on “Trudeau Pays Tribute To Radical Sikh Militant In House Of Commons”

  1. What about a momemt of silence for canadian souls gunned down, stabbed, run over by killers let free by justin Trudeau?

  2. Maybe these disgusting fools should have had a genuine moment of silence for the hundreds of Indians blown out of the sky on June 23, 1985. Three hundred twenty nine people perished. Wait–What’s that you say? Sikh terrorists were behind the terrorist attack? The Canadian investigation/trial was “bungled”, and lasted twenty years. What a surprise.


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