An incremental erosion of personal freedoms is moving Canada toward an emulation of Justin Trudeau’s hero-nation of China.

by Brad Salzberg 

April 28, 2023

As founder of the Communist Revolution in China, Chairman Mao Tse Tung’s first act after seizing power in 1949 was to take away all guns from the citizens of the country.

In 2023, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hasn’t quite followed suit. Democratic governance includes a check-and-balance system, whereby legislation must go through a series of hurdles in order to pass, and become law.

Thus, the eight-year delay for Trudeau’s Liberals to emulate what the government of China can accomplish in a week. Not that Canada won’t get there in the long run.

“Everybody ought to have a gun,” Fidel Castro maintained— until he took over Cuba in 1959.

“This is how democracy works: It gives rifles to farmers, to students, to women, to Negroes, to the poor, and to every citizen who is ready to defend a just cause.”

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