There is growing outrage as more evidence emerges that Saudi Arabia is using Canadian-made armoured vehicles against their own civilians.
Now, it has been revealed that the Trudeau government was arguing in favour of the pro-Saudi position in court – just two weeks before a brutal and ongoing crackdown that violates Canadian export laws.
As reported by the Globe & Mail, “The federal government is still in court fighting a legal challenge of its April, 2016, decision to issue export permits for the General Dynamics contract. The decision by then-foreign affairs minister Stéphane Dion amounted to a judgment call by the government that there is no reasonable risk the exports would be used to commit human-rights violations.”
The report points out that just two weeks before Saudi Arabia used the Canadian-made vehicles in the crackdown, the Trudeau government was in court saying the sales were fine because there was no concern that Saudi Arabia would use the vehicles against civilians.
Clearly, the Trudeau government got played big-time by the Saudi’s. The Saudi regime told Trudeau exactly what he wanted to hear so they could get the next armoured vehicle contract, and then once the Trudeau government approved the weapons sale, the Saudi’s broke their word.
It’s disgraceful, and it’s embarrassing for the country. It’s bad enough that we have anything at all to do with Saudi Arabia, it’s even worse that our “leaders” have been tricked and manipulated by them.
Considering their horrendous human rights record and spending on spreading violent Wahhabist Islamism around the world, there’s no logical reason Canada should trust Saudi Arabia on anything.
For all the empty global praise, Trudeau is showing that his only “talent” is enabling the worst regimes in the world, while selling out our values and being played for a fool.
The elites want to hide their many failures behind political correctness, deception, and manipulation. We need to push back and spread the truth.
That’s why I write.
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