Jun. 12, 2019
…..”On receiving the electoral mandate in October 2015, Justin Trudeau spoke glibly about the return of “sunny ways” in Canada. It did not take long for the “sunny ways” to turn grim. Canadians are now more dissatisfied and frustrated with the divisive policies of the Trudeau Liberals than they were with the previous government. Ahead of the 2015 election, the Harper Conservatives had warned Canadians that Trudeau was “just not ready” to head a G7 country. That warning was prescient, and it has turned out to be true.
Loaded with rhetoric and empty of ideas, Trudeau has displayed an arrogance that sets aside the history and tradition of the country to embrace policies that will radically alter Canada. He stated, for instance, in his first major interview, as Prime Minister, with Guy Lawson of the New York Times published in December 2015 that Canada “has no core identity,” and is “a post-national state.”
Trudeau’s first act was to head for France and sign the Paris Accord on Climate Change prepared under the auspices of the UN. He then adopted the UN Agenda 2030, as the blueprint for Canada’s foreign policy, and followed it with signing the UN Global Compact For Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration. His adoption of Motion-103 on Islamophobia, and the $600 million buy-out of the news organizations in the country and turn them into docile Liberal-friendly and UN compliant media outlets, were right out of the UN playbook for both constricting freedom of speech under hate law legislations, and facilitating mass unfettered migration out of the global south to the global north, as described in Article 33 of the Global Compact on Migration.
Trudeau’s remarks to Guy Lawson of the New York Times were not made in jest. His full embrace of the UN agenda indicates that encouraged by Gerald Butts, his former principal secretary and alter ego, Trudeau bought into the ideology of Globalism and the Globalist vision of one borderless world. What this means was strikingly explained by Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany. Addressing a meeting titled “Parliamentarianism Between Globalization and National Sovereignty” in Berlin in November 2018, Merkel said, “In this day nation states must today – should today, I say – be ready to give up sovereignty.””…..