Former Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper made his political career by hating 1.7 billion Muslims in order to please his Jewish maters in Canada, US and Israel. For his services, Stephen Harper was not only declared “a great friend of Israel” by Shimon Peres and Benjamin Netanyahu, but was honored by several Jewish groups (here, here).
This year, one million Canadian Muslims said “enough is enough” and with the help of Canadian patriots kicked Harper out of power and voted in a less anti-Muslim Justin Trudeau.
Personally, I liked several of Trudeau’s election promises – but always doubted his foreign policy agenda, especially in Middle East. Based on his family background and his support for the Zionist entity as opposition leader, I never believed his policy would be much different than Stephen Harper’s Zionist-butts-licking policy. Justin’s father Pierre Elliott Trudeau was the first Canadian prime minister to appoint a Jew in his cabinet. He also dated Hollywood Jewish singer and actress Barbara Streisand for years in the 1970s.
However, the Organized Jewry is known for whining even against its benefactors. Canadian Jewish author Max Nemni in his 2006 book, ‘Young Trudeau: Son of Quebec, Father of Canada, 1919-1944’, called Pierre Trudeau Antisemite, Fascist and Separatist, and admirer of Hitler and Mussolini. The European history by objective sources tells us that the World Zionist movement collaborated with both Hitler and Mussolini.
Justin Trudeau’s so-called “diverse cabinet” is also a joke. Canada’s largest Muslim community (over one million) has only one female member with a backbencher portfolio in Justin’s cabinet; Arabs who make second largest group (750,000) has no cabinet minister, while 460,000 Sikh community has four cabinet ministers holding important portfolios including defense ministry (here).
Recently, Canadian envoy voted against recognition of Palestinian state at the United Nations. Justin is still dragging his feet to re-establish diplomatic relation with the Islamic Republic of Iran which he pledged during election campaign.
On January 1, 2016, Canadian journalist, author and blogger, Eric Walberg, posted an article which supports my doubts about Justin Trudeau.
So far, we’re stuck with the ogre’s epithet – the ‘f’ word, so to speak. In a call to Netanyahu, Trudeau explained there would be “a shift in tone, but Canada would continue to be a friend of Israel’s”. All three parties are now Friends, a term which applies to no other country, and wasn’t used before Harper about Israel. It’s as if there is some doubt about whether a country as prickly as Israel could ever befriend anyone. Note, Mr Netanyahu: The lady doth protest too much, he said.