- Posted November 27, 2012 by
Justine Trudeau - The Naivety or the Reality
Genetics show that some long forgotten great-grand parent can influence your psyche. May be that is the reason Justine Trudeau is anti-Jew. After all one of his great grandparents was a Malaysian Muslim. Hard he may try to cover this anti-Jew bias; it does come out at different times in different forms. But he is also divisive; his anti-Alberta comments did nothing to help Liberals except show that he perpetually has his foot in his mouth and that does cause worry to his handlers. They have package and repackage him to be acceptable as a possible Liberal party leader and Prime Minister hopeful.
Trudeau and McGuinty blowing up the recent election campaignby their unwarranted remarks that show their real thinking- parochial, and regional, rather than national. . But the comments by both senior Liberals will resonate far beyond Alberta’s borders, and help to remind Canadians why it was they turfed our former natural governing party from office six years ago. It wasn’t any particular scandal or policy, but mostly because the entire party had come to embody a sense of entitlement, and the Liberals weren’t even trying to hide it anymore. They clearly felt they were owed not just cushy jobs and patronage posts, but the entire country and its collective identity.
Justin Trudeau, 40-something Master’s student, socialist, member of the church of “the environment”, and son of our most disastrous Prime Minister, is now gallivanting around the country indoctrinating children to hate their own society. In a speech to over 600 high school students, Trudeau was all about socialism – away from the free market economy of Canada that has helped this country face recession better than any other country. But who cares? Trudeau and his socialist friends would have none of it.
Trudeau suggested to the students the capitalist “machine” that sustains modern existence may also become modern civilization’s downfall. The system promotes exploitation of natural resources without accounting for future consequences of consumption, he said.
“Our capitalist model has given us tremendous things,” Trudeau said. “But the time has come for us to look at it critically and try to improve on it, given the accelerated pace of change and the fact that we have limited space.” He without any reason had the gumption to declare that Canada’s environmental and social justice record have deteriorated.
“We consume more water per capita than anyone else on the planet. We produce more solid waste than just about anyone else on the planet. In terms of social justice, our treatment of our aboriginal communities are an absolute disgrace.” Does he know that US waste per capita per day is 1.8 kg., while the per capita waste of a Canadian is 1.24kg? And out of this about 80% comes from packaging this is from imported goods. And he conveniently forgets that the situation was the same when his illustrious father was the Prime Minister.
Schoolchildren of the Trudeau era– the one in the past, not the blissful one that is assuredly just around the corner — were taught that Canada has a “mixed economy” that steered a course between untrammelled, predatory capitalism and the excesses (if any) of the otherwise admirable socialist states of the world. Even then, the crimes and blunders of the government-controlled part of our “mixed” system were routinely ascribed to the “capitalist” element in our social fabric. But it is baffling to see the game attempted now, in a world where the environmental and ethnic horrors committed within planned economies have been chronicled in such detail. Let’s hope the high schoolers in Windsor have teachers who are better informed on such matters than Justine Trudeau.
Trudeau’s next comment was evocative of the classical Liberal Party support of Israel that differs from the pro-active, demonstrative approach taken by Stephen Harper’s Conservative government which has spoken of Israel as an ally.
He continued, “But my concern is that he (PM Harper) continues to make support for Israel a domestic political strategic issue rather than saying that it’s something that we can all understand, that Canada will always be and must always be, a steadfast friend to the extraordinary democracy that is Israel.”
Asked about the danger a nuclear Iran would pose to the state of Israel, Trudeau indirectly discounted any danger to Israel and said he is “extremely worried about Iran’s nuclear program. It’s a threat not just to the security of Israel but to the stability of an entire region that is volatile and, to a certain extent, the stability and prosperity and security of the entire world.”
A recent documentary made by Trudeau’s brother, Alexandre, The New Great Game, portrays Israel as an aggressor and downplays the threat of a nuclear Iran. Alexandre Trudeau is the senior advisor to Justin Trudeau’s leadership campaign and evidently a major influence.
In The New Great game a three-part documentary on CBC Television entitled The Great Game, Shasha drew the ire of the Jewish community, reporting that Iran’s atomic ambitions are for “defensive” purposes only, serving as an effective “deterrent” against Israeli “aggression” and belligerence. Furthermore, he presented Israel as a bellicose nuclear-armed threat by remarking: “While there is no proof that Iran has even made the decision to start a nuclear arms program, Israel’s nuclear arsenal will largely out-gun whatever weapons Iran might acquire. WOW what a piece of genius.
Back in 2004, Alexandre produced another documentary called The Fence, which many felt showed an unbalanced view of life on the Israeli and Arab sides of Israel’s security barrier, favouring the Palestinian narrative. And Justin unashamedly acknowledges that his brother is a senior campaign advisor on his campaign.
But this is nothing new to leaders or hopeful leaders of the Liberal party. The Liberals here think that being pro—terrorists and anti-Jew is an integral part of being progressive and liberal. Trudeau love for the aggressor and antipathy to the Jews can be traced to his predecessors and previous Liberal Middle Eastern storms involving the likes of former leaders Michael Ignatieff and Jean Chretien, and now retired Senator Marcel Prud’homme and unsuccessful candidate Jocelyn Coulon.
In 2006, Ignatieff issued some harsh criticism of Israel over its actions in the war against Lebanon at the time. This resulted in Mount Royal Liberal MP Irwin Cotler’s Israeli-born wife Ariela publicly denouncing the party and Ignatieff. It came on the eve of a Liberal leadership convention in which Ignatieff was among a slew of Grits who came out on the losing end to Stéphane Dion, whose ill-fated victory put the party into the gutter. Dion chose journalist Jocelyn Coulon to run against the NDP’s Thomas Mulcair in the 2007 by-election in the long-time Liberal stronghold of Outremont. Coulon was plunged into crisis when his questionable views on Israel were criticized. (Ironically, Mulcair only agreed to run when it was clear Dion had chosen Coulon over yes, Trudeau).
When he was leader of the Liberal opposition in 1991, Chretien would not join with then Prime Minister Brian Mulroney in supporting a United Nations resolution for the United States to use military force if Iraq did not halt its invasion of Kuwait. With Israel in jeopardy – and ultimately the victim of Scud missiles falling in Tel Aviv – the Jewish community was troubled with his position. Prud’homme, during his days as a Liberal MP, was a vocal supporter of the Palestine Liberation Organization and continued to hold those views when he moved to the Senate as an independent.
The last thing Justin Trudeau needed was the Israeli-issue following him along during what seems to be an endless Liberal leadership campaign.
And now to infamous comment about Albertans ruling Canada. Is he aware that Harper’s Ontario caucus is almost three times bigger than that of Alberta , and most of his senior cabinet ministers are from central Canada.
Evidently he sought to make a baseless accusation. But the facts weren’t and are not Trudeau’s point. He just needed some generic grievance in order to bash the West, to demonize Alberta and Harper. That’s called bigotry. But that is what characterizes Liberals. Obviously he is a fit leader for bigots.
I have also been informed that when he came to GTA to launch his leadership campaign, he promised fundamental Sikhs all help and also assured that the immigration corrections shall be nullified in case he ever become the Prime Minister. And his main sponsor at those meetings is a former MP whose father-in-law was allegedly involved with Air India bombing.
Will no kind soul tell Justin Trudeau that he should actually read the Abella-Troper book and not just pretend that he did? While his dad was floating around Outremont wearing Swastikas, the Liberal Government in Ottawa refused life saving entry to thousands of European Jews whose descendants would be alive today if a PM like Stephen Harper were in charge at the time. That this person has become a spokesman for the Liberal Party speaks volumes of its degeneration
Justine- the hope of Liberals shall ultimately be a continuation of Dion, Ignatieff et al. he is immature, he is biased, and he represents that thought that is essentially a breeding ground for divisiveness. Do we need him? Let us tell him in the words of Shakespeare :
“Thou art Siren
Hawk in the garb of dove
Begone from here,
I kick thy love.”
Kick hard and kick relentlessly to save Canada and its values.
Dr. Bikram Lamba, a political and business strategist, can be contacted at 905 848 4205. Email:email@example.com