by WorldTribune Staff, December 7, 2016
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is loved by the United Nations, the elite media and fawning liberals, some of whom have dubbed him the “sexiest prime minister in the world.”
When you tear down the global PC facade, however, Trudeau “is the face of the Western surrender, not only to terrorism but also to the self defeating forces inside every civilization,” Arutz Sheva columnist Giulio Meotti wrote on Dec. 6.
Trudeau, Meotti said, “is the real ‘anti-Trump’, the white ultra progressive.”
A landslide victory prompted Trudeau to speak of a “real change” for Canada. But, Meotti asks, a year later, what has he done?
“He appointed a ‘gender balanced’ government: 15 men and 15 women. A multicultural ministerial party: former refugees, immigrants, Sikhs, Muslims, disabled and members of the Aboriginal community. Trudeau advanced the cause of legalization of recreational marijuana, after euthanasia,” Meotti wrote.
“The Canadian liberals then brought in 25,000 Syrian refugees (the Conservatives had balked at going beyond the number 10,000). Trudeau put an end to the military campaign against the Islamic State, recalling the fighters and diverting the funds to the training of Iraqi troops.”
Meotti continued: “Trudeau introduced gender identity during the International Day Against Homophobia, transphobia and biphobia, placing gender in the law against discrimination known as the Canadian Human Rights Act. Trudeau has also introduced ‘neutral’ identity cards, neither male nor female.”
The prime minister “has also been photographed with a pink shirt against bullying at school. And to look even more inclusive, Trudeau withdrew the ban on wearing a niqab at ceremonies for citizenship.”
Meanwhile, Meotti noted, “Trudeau this year has been engaged mainly in many photo opportunities around the world: at the G20 summit, at the climate summit in Paris, at the White House with Barack Obama, at the ‘summit of the Three Amigos’ with Obama and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto.
“A few weeks ago, Trudeau also made a debut as a superhero on the cover of Marvel comics magazine, where the Canadian prime minister appeared with a T-shirt. The prime minister, his office simpered, ‘has not objected to the publication’. Trudeau previously appeared on another cover, usually reserved for models and celebrities – Vogue.
“After the selfie with the baby pandas, Trudeau is missing only one other – that with (ISIL leader) Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.”