This is getting embarrassing
No wonder the flood of illegal foreigners and so-called asylum seekers into Canada is out of control and the country is becoming a breeding ground for terrorists.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is way too soft.
He cries a lot.
He cried this week during a formal apology to “LGBTQ2” people on behalf of Canada for the country’s persecution of LGBT people during the Cold War.
“The number one job of any government is to keep its citizens safe, and on this, we have failed LGBTQ2 communities and individuals time and time again,” he said.
“It is with shame and sorrow and deep regret for the things we have done that I stand here today and say we were wrong, we apologize, I am sorry, we are sorry.”
OKAY, OKAY, ENOUGH ALREADY
Wiping away tears with a handkerchief, he went on: “For the oppression of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and two-spirit communities”* — [Say what?!] — “we apologize. On behalf of the government, parliament, and the people of Canada, we were wrong, we are sorry, we will never let this happen again.”
*[Two-spirited refers to a person who has both a masculine and a feminine spirit, and is used by some First Nations people to describe their sexual, gender and/or spiritual identity.]
Trudeau is the total oppposite of tough guy Trump, who has never shed a tear, hates to apologize and who has said he is afraid of nothing. That’s the kind of strong leader America — and bleeding-heart liberal countries like France, Sweden, Germany, etc etc, and Canada — need to stop the world from being crushed by political correctness.
THE CRYING GAME
- Trudeau has cried many times during public appearances:
- During an apology last week “for abuses and cultural losses to indigenous children at residential schools in Newfoundland and Labrador.”
- Over the death of Gord Downie, the frontman of the Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip, who died in October of brain cancer at the age of 53.
- During the funerals for victims of the Quebec mosque attack in February.
- After meetung with a Syrian refugee last year.
- After being given a photograph of his father in 2013.
The crying jags for past treatment of gay people contradicts his praise for Fidel Castro at the dictator’s funeral last year in light of the fact that the Castro regime used to arrest and murder gay people.
And his tears for the past treatment of LGBT people don’t fit with the Islam-themed Ramadan socks he wore at a LGBT Pride parade in Toronto in June, since being gay or bisexual is punishable by death in 13 Muslim countries. — Thanks to Breitbart News for that info.
— Guy de Michel in Montreal