Trudeau’s “Clockwork Orange” treatment of returning jihadis

He once fought in a charity boxing match. What makes him qualified to lead a

nation? Let’s take a closer look at Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

and find the truth. Justin was born in 1971, making him about 46 years old.

He is the son of former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, so many

people may have voted for him just because they liked his dad or his

familiar surname. How about his qualifications? Well, he worked as a

school teacher, teaching math and French language. He started a masters

degree, but never finished it. Trudeau participated in a charity boxing

match against an opponent, Conservative senator Patrick Brazeau, who agreed when asked on Trudeau’s behalf by their

mutual hairdresser Stefania Capovilla. You’ve gotta admit, at least his hair looks good. Then in 2015 he was

elected Prime Minister. But his actions have come under careful scrutiny. A report from the ethics commissioner

determined that Trudeau had violated four provisions of the Conflict of Interest Act. In regards to his leadership,

the road has been quite bumpy. The Liberal Party promised to run a deficit of about $10 billion per year, but

Trudeau’s Minister of Finance announced in his first budget in March 2016 that the government would have a $29

billion deficit in 2016 and 2017. That’s a difference of 19 Billion Canadian dollars (or about 15 billion USD).

To further the critique of him, under his leadership, the Canadian court stated that Canadian Omar Khadr, who

was captured in Afghanistan and spent years at Guantanamo Bay on charges of terrorism and admitted to using a

grenade to kill a US soldier, would be awarded over ten million dollars “in relation to his ordeal abroad and any

resulting harm.” Just to set the record straight, Omar’s father was thought by Canadian intelligence officials to

have been associated with Osama bin Laden. So, is Prime Minister Trudeau loved by all and considered a good leader

by all? Doubtful. Maybe Trudeau should return to charity boxing matches and let other real politicians lead Canada.

Published: February 6, 2018
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