Trudeau’s Itinerary Shows Him ABSENT From China Genocide Vote

According to CBC News, a vote in Parliament to affirm an act of genocide by China toward their Uighar-Muslim population is to take place in the House of Commons on Monday, February 22nd, 2021.

According to a publicly available report from a federal government website, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has no plans to attend the voting session.

Canada’s Conservative party is calling for the House of Commons to declare China is committing genocide against more than 1 million Uighur Muslims.

“On a matter like genocide, Canada needs to send a clear and unequivocal signal that we will stand up for human rights, even if it means sacrificing some economic opportunity,” Conservative leader Erin O’Toole said.

Several oddities emanate from this situation. The obvious being PM Trudeau’s pending absence from the voting procedure. Yet, Canadians must understand the post-modern state of society Justin Trudeau is inflicting upon our nation.

It begins with our ruling PM behaving in any manner he chooses. From here, the situation moves to the decision-making Trudeau employs having no impact upon any element of his position as prime minister. Nor is his so-called “popularity” affected.

Some societies tend to be like this. In terms of specifics, they are not democratic in nature, but rather communist or totalitarian. Of course, perpetual immunity for a national leader within dictatorships  is supported by holding media in your back pocket.

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In a CBC News article dated February 22nd, 2021, writer Aaron Wherry,  possibly the most spineless pro-Trudeau working today,  delivers a bunch of silly excuses about Trudeau, China and genocide.

“The Conservative motion about China’s treatment of its Uighur Muslims, which will come to a vote in the House of Commons on Monday evening, is not simply about whether the country is committing genocide.

“It’s also about whether the government of Canada — or perhaps any country outside the United States — can or should say so.”

Talk about deflecting the main business at hand. If to refrain from “saying so” means an additional 200,000 members of China’s Muslim community will be murdered, shouldn’t democratic nations say so?

In terms of maintaining our nation’s core values, Canada in 2021 has “progressed” into a fraction of what we once were. Within contemporary politics, everything is a matter of global maneuvering, subterfuge and covert operations.

Justin Trudeau spent five years running around the planet positioning himself as a post-modern “king” of human rights.

Now, it appears he won’t even hop in his car for a 30-minute drive to vote on an act of genocide involving a Muslim minority community in China.

That’s Canada’s “leader in the polls” for you.

— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder(est.2016)

2 thoughts on “Trudeau’s Itinerary Shows Him ABSENT From China Genocide Vote”

  1. Of course he is not available to vote, yet can attend a BLM protest. It shows Trudeau will never stand up to the Chinese. So China is preparing for war, the question to ask is Would Trudope fight with the Chinese. He is a national security risk to Canada and should be removed from office

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