Canada's image abroad – Trudeau gets blasted as a dictator
While the CBC announced that Prime Minister Trudeau had received a standing ovation by the European Parliament, it failed to tell us that nine-tenths of the Parliament left in protest before he began.
“Speaking before half-empty benches and packed public galleries, Trudeau received a sustained ovation when he said the European Union and NATO are more united than ever in the face of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war. He said the world “cannot let Ukraine down,” the CBC writes.
Here’s another from Keean Bexte, The Counter Signal
Are you surprised that the Europeans don't want Trudeau's advice on how to fight tyranny? https://t.co/HVW3Vodge1
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They weren’t just half empty, though. The seats were almost entirely empty. No one wanted to hear Trudeau’s speech, and he was denounced throughout his visit to parliament.
As per usual, Trudeau’s speech focused on “democracy,” despite several Members of the European Parliament calling Trudeau an authoritarian “dictator,” a “disgrace,” and telling him he has no place in talking about democratic principles after his tyrannical handling of the Freedom Convoy.
Addressing both the European Parliament and Trudeau specifically, Member of the Europen Parliamonet (MEP) Kolakusic said, “…. Canada, once a symbol of the modern world, has become a symbol of civil rights violations under your quasi-liberal boot in recent months. We watched how you trample women with horses, how you block the bank accounts of single parents so that they can’t even pay their children’s education and medicine, that they can’t pay utilities, mortgages for their homes.”
“To you,” he continues, speaking to Trudeau, “these may be liberal methods; for many citizens of the world, it is a dictatorship of the worst kind. Rest assured that the citizens of the world, united, can stop any regime that wants to destroy the freedom of citizens, either by bombs or harmful pharmaceutical products.”
Trudeau is going to come home from Europe VERY angry. He was just forced to sit and listen while he was labelled a "dictator," in front of the entire European Union, one who "trampled women with horses," and "blocks the bank accounts of single parents." https://t.co/GiPU69MboE pic.twitter.com/83662XKyrb
Yesterday, Canada's Prime Minister @JustinTrudeau visited the #EU Parliament to give a speech. I took the opportunity to give him an appropriate "welcome" there. Short, concise and right hitting the bull's eye, said MEP Christine Anderson #IDpic.twitter.com/qpcQyGTixQ She called Trudeau a “disgrace to any democracy” before the entire European Union. She slammed him on his brutal human rights violations that “tramples on fundamental rights by persecuting and criminalizing his own as terrorists, just because they dared to stand up to his perverted concept of democracy….”
Last month, MEP Cristian Terhes said, “[Trudeau’s] exactly like a tyrant, like a dictator. He’s like Ceaușescu in Romania.” Romanian MEP @CristianTerhes absolutely mopped the floor with PM @JustinTrudeau in Brussels this week over how he's handling the Ottawa #FreedomConvoy2022 protests. pic.twitter.com/Ox87jL3XJr
He subsequently wrote a lengthy Facebook post, explaining, “Between the Russian imperialist tyranny, promoted by Putin, and the neo-Marxist tyranny pretending to be progressivism promoted by the likes of Trudeau, in which people are deprived of their rights and freedoms, becoming objects of the state, I do not choose any.”
It is surreal to watch Members of the European Parliament standing up for the rights and freedoms of Canadians when for decades it was the other way around.
There are too many sources of videos and comments about the Trudeau debacle at the European Parliament to ignore. This YouTube video of Justin Trudeau getting roasted by the European Parliament is just one of many.
Worse, the persecution of Freedom Convoy leaders and associates continues, not because they are terrorists, but because government and police officials are trying to justify their tyrannical reaction to a legitimate protest of multiple government breaches of our rights and freedoms.
We are too complacent and accepting of government edicts aimed at controlling us rather then ensuring our safety and security. Imposing sanctions on people who have not been charged with a crime, let alone convicted is unacceptable and unthinkable in a free democracy. Canada is not a police state.
It is disgusting that MPs do not force Mr. Trudeau to resign and demand a public apology for an unwarranted imposition of the Emergency Measures Act without having met with or addressing the concerns raised by the freedom convoy.