Justin Trudeau is a moral hypocrite. He only does the right thing when it is in his personal interest.
Take the case of the condemnation of Saudi Arabia. Justin Trudeau was quick to flex his moral superiority before the world when his government condemned the imprisonment of Raif Badawi.
Saudi Arabia is shameless in its conduct towards dissent. Everybody knows that.
Liberals are silent about one million Muslims forced into Chinese camps
But when it comes to China’s mass-internment of religious minorities in “re-education” camps, Justin Trudeau and his cronies remain silent.
Muslims throughout China are being detained en-masse in camps intended to brainwash them and rid them of their religious beliefs and identities.
According to some estimates nearly one million Muslims have been detained in these camps, regardless of age, sex or income.
Prisoners are forced to study and recite communist propaganda for hours and to idolize President Xi Jinping.
Trudeau is okay with the torture of women and children
Apparently Justin Trudeau is okay with this. It comes as no surprise that a leader who has a “level of admiration for China” and its “basic dictatorship” has no guts to step up to his master.
China is confiscating property, evicting people out of their homes and creating a humanitarian disaster of unprecedented proportions.
How long will this go on?
These are methods not seen since the dark days of World War Two, yet not a peep from the Liberals who are so intent on pointing out Canada’s own historical internment camps but yet ignore the ones right before their eyes.
Canada has a spotted past. China has a red present.
It seems that the state authorized torture of women and children is not enough to provoke Justin Trudeau or Chrystia Freeland’s ire. It makes you wonder how far China has to go before the two wag their sanctimonious finger at the country.
— TIME (@TIME) November 30, 2018
Liberals desperate for trade with China after NAFTA failure
The problem is that while Justin Trudeau’s trying to cozy up with the United Nations (who were denied access to investigate the camps), he also tries to bend over backwards for Chinese trade interests.
Only a day after Justin Trudeau lauded the virtues of a free press in Paris, Canadian journalists were denied access to a speech by Finance Minister Bill Morneau.
Do you see a pattern emerging from this government? Because I do, it’s called selective blindness.
After the disaster that was Canada’s negotiations in the new NAFTA deal, Trudeau is desperate for trade agreements with one of the most protectionist countries in the world.
The Americans have the right approach to China
The meddling kids in our government are afraid that China will react with trade sanctions. And China will get away with it too.
China has the Liberal government eating out of their hand and they know it.
Yet Trudeau doesn’t know how to behave otherwise. With him it’s all about being a good lapdog for his treats.
Except there is an alternative when it comes to China, Donald Trump has shown it. Trump’s $200 billion worth of tariffs on the country are beginning to have their effect.
Canada needs to be tough when dealing with China, not ready to fold at every opportunity.
Being a good boy won’t save Justin Trudeau from China’s wrath
In a more recent case of trying to pander to two sides, Justin Trudeau authorized the arrest of Chinese national and Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou at the request of U.S. officials.
Canada’s involvement will likely draw retaliatory actions from the Chinese government.
It seems that whatever the federal government does won’t protect Canada from China’s wrath.
Justin Trudeau’s selective morality is not a surprise. To this day it seems to be a collective trait of Liberals.
Well Justin you can’t serve two masters at once, despite how much you loan yourself out to foreign interests.