The Canadian prime minister isn't representing the west's best values
The British weekly The Economist has put him on its cover as “an example for the world”. Now that Donald Trump has been elected in the US, freedom is moving to the north, in the cold Canadian provinces, heated by the charm of the “sexiest prime minister in the world”: Justin Trudeau.
The Canadian Prime Minister has just received the approval of the United Nations. The Bulgarian President, Rosen Plevneliev, “loves” Trudeau. It has been a year since the Liberals won 184 of 338 seats in the Canadian parliament, ending a decade of Conservative power under Stephen Harper.
A landslide victory that prompted Trudeau to speak of a “real change”. But a year later, what did Trudeau really do?
He appointed a “gender balanced” government: fifteen men and fifteen women. A multicultural ministerial party: former refugees, immigrants, Sikhs, Muslims, disabled and members of the Aboriginal community. Trudeau advanced the cause of legalization of recreational marijuana, after euthanasia.
The Canadian liberals then brought in 25,000 Syrian refugees (the Conservatives were not willing to go beyond the number 10 000). Trudeau put an end to the military campaign against the Islamic State, recalling the fighters and diverting the funds to the training of Iraqi troops.
Yes, that's pretty bad management there alright. It's regrettable so many Canadians chose him for incumbent, because all he's doing is risking disaster for the great white north.
Labels: Canada, dhimmitude, immigration, islam, military, political corruption, syria, UN corruption