Trudeau admires having a “Dictatorship instead of Democracy” in Canada?

Posted: November 11, 2013 in Uncategorized

On this Remembrance Day, where we collectively bow our heads in respect for all the veterans, present and past who have given the ultimate price for Democracy, the words uttered days ago by “potential Prime Minister” Justin Trudeau screams volumes about how deviated and corrupted politicians have become without barely any backlash from the youth of Canada!

If this idiot had stated his feelings about how he “admired the basic Dictatorship of China” say, about 30 or 40 years ago, he may never be able to walk the streets of Canada without being literally “beaten to a pulp”!

But not NOW? ………………………………..WHY?

That’s the biggest puzzle of all. Why has this country reduced it’s expectations of Freedom so low that a nut case like Trudeau can actually “publicly” favour a Dictatorship over a Democratic Society that was guaranteed by the sacrifice of hundreds of thousands of young people who fought to their death so that WE can live FREE?

Time for all Fathers and Mothers to shake their offspring up a bit and lay it on the line that we will not tolerate some quaffed idiotic empty headed “flavour of the day” babbling fool trying to “brainwash their children into believing any Dictatorship is good and is useful”.

Notice it was all about making the world “Green” quickly? Yep, thats the ticket. Adopt the Green Dream even though it’s a society destroyer and the only way to do it quickly is to not allow anyone to argue against it!

Someone should start a fund to buy a one way ticket to Beijing for little Justin and on the way out of Canada, please leave your passport!

Trudeau admires China’s ‘basic dictatorship’ 


OTTAWA – So the ladies had questions, after all.

In fact, one of the 100 women who paid $250 to get into the Ladies Night with Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau Thursday had a doozy for him. It went like this:

“Which nation, besides Canada, which nation’s administration do you most admire, and why?”

It took Trudeau a minute to consider the question.

The marketing of this event had become controversial because it suggested these ladies might want to ask what was in the e-vite like “What’s your favourite virtue?” or “Who are your real-life heroes?” Maybe Trudeau was expecting one of those.

Event host Amanda Alvaro gave him some time to think by joking: “Not the fluffy questions some were expecting!”

Much laughter and clapping. Ha! Good one.

But the question at hand, sir, which country’s government does the Liberal Party’s candidate for prime minister in 2015 most admire?

Trudeau’s answer: “You know, there’s a level of of admiration I actually have for China …”

Hold it right there.


Where the administration routinely administers capital punishment. And when I say routinely, I mean 10 a day or more than 3,000 a year, many of them ethnic minorities like the Uighurs of northwestern China. Where human rights are routinely violated, where political corruption is endemic, and where political rights are nearly non-existent. That China?

“You know, there’s a level of of admiration I actually have for China because their basic dictatorship is allowing them to actually turn their economy around on a dime and say ‘we need to go green fastest . . . we need to start investing in solar.’ I mean there is a flexibility that I know Stephen Harper must dream about of having a dictatorship that he can do everything he wanted that I find quite interesting.”

Well, that’s clear. The “basic dictatorship” of China is to be admired for its environmental record. Solar panels and all that.

Forget that in Shanghai Thursday — a city of 20 million people — you could barely see 20 metres for the smog. Schools have been closed all over China in the last several weeks because kids literally cannot breathe. That’s probably because China’s administration fires up a greenhouse-gas-spewing coal-fired power plant every week and will likely do so at least until 2030. Every single week!

But Trudeau has “a level of admiration” for this “basic dictatorship” and its “solar panel” activity.



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