Beyond the usual lying and deception employed by many politicians, Trudeau’s immense dishonesty is due to his allegiance to a globalist agenda that isn’t focused on doing what’s best for Canadians.
Many politicians lie and deceive from time to time. It’s unfortunate, but we all know it.
However, there is a deeper level of allegiance and honesty we expect from politicians: Beyond political games, we expect Canadian leaders to be loyal first and foremost to our country, rather than the interests of global corporations or international institutions. At a certain level, we expect our leaders to be Canadian patriots – “True Patriot Love”, not globalists.
It’s on this deeper level that Justin Trudeau is being revealed as the most dishonest Prime Minister in Canadian history.
The danger of globalism
Around the world, we are seeing the concentration of wealth, power, and influence in the hands of massive corporations, global banks, and high level government officials. As a result, policies are crafted to benefit the globalist elites, rather than the citizens of most nations.
We see this in policies that put political virtue-signalling ahead of national security, the needs of global corporations ahead of the working class, and the attempt to destroy patriotism and patriotic values in favour of an empty, meaningless globalism that denies the worth of the nation-state and devalues citizenship.
This is a relatively recent phenomenon, and it’s deepening the disconnect between citizens and the government that is supposed to serve them. Disturbingly, we are seeing many governments around the world subtly mimicking the thinking behind China’s authoritarian state, where citizens are viewed as a nuisance to be controlled and suppressed by technocratic overseers, rather than as the true bosses of our temporary political leadership.
And that’s where Justin Trudeau comes in.
He has embraced globalism to an extent never before seen in history. Even his father had some idea of Canadian nationalism – though he defined this as reflexive opposition to the U.S. and embracing communist states.
However, Justin Trudeau has openly declared that he thinks Canada should be a “post-national state,” which would mean the end of any unifying Canadian idea. Yet, we know that a country without any sense of being a nation is not really a country at all, just some lines on the map. We can already see the devastating impact of this in the disturbing rise of identity politics and the declining unity in our country.
That’s what Trudeau wants Canada to be, because that serves the globalist agenda. We know that a nation with a strong sense of citizenship and loyalty to the country is impossible to control, and won’t stand for seeing our country get sold off to foreign powers.
So, Trudeau wants to eliminate the very idea that there is a unified “Canada” to defend, making it easier for those in power to take whatever they want. Consider how the Trudeau government is already facing serious ethics problems by blurring the line between the public interest and personal profit.
Embracing globalism instead of standing up for Canada is a level of dishonesty that far eclipses any usual political lie. It’s far deeper, and far more concerning. By seeking the praise of international institutions and global interests instead of looking out for Canadians, Trudeau is using this country to further his own globalist ambitions (UN Secretary General) while taking power and influence away from the Canadian people.
It’s a tough process for many people to notice, because it happens bit by bit. But every time our energy industry is crippled, every time we agree to new regulations that hurt our economy and workers, every time we sign a deal that lets foreign companies sue our government in court and take our jobs away, every time Trudeau says there’s no such thing as Canadian values and expects us to be alright with extreme and backwards ideologies while refusing to defend our principles, and every time we let a foreign government like China take our Canadian companies – even after taxpayers put billions into those very same companies – we lose a little bit of Canada.
Canadians didn’t think that this was going to happen, and many still don’t see it yet – though that is changing with time.
Trudeau’s deception – hidden by a carefully-crafted image that embraces every politically correct fad of the day – has proven a clever distraction from the truth.
That’s why those of us who truly see that is happening need to keep getting the word out to Canadians, and ensure that Justin Trudeau – the most dishonest Prime Minister in Canadian history – is defeated in 2019.