(Never do you see a facial expression like this when Trudeau deals with Sikh, Hindu or Muslim leaders).

Far more extreme than “Islamophobia” is Trudeau’s disdain for Old Stock Canada.

by Brad Salzberg


May 18, 2023

On a 10,000 km journey to South Korea, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is once again burning up the fossil fuels. His reputation on Canadian soil having transitioned to dirt, out-of-country is the only place where our PM shines.

In an address this week to the South Korean National Assembly, Trudeau offered a stern warning to the world:

‘Authoritarianism Gaining Ground, Trudeau Tells South Korea’s National Assembly’

“Antagonistic countries are taking advantage of economic interdependence to their own geopolitical advantage,” stated the PM.

PM Trudeau plays this card so often that Cultural Action Party has coined a term for the methodology: we call it “Inversion Politics.” It works like this:

Whatever practice our PM personally indulges in, accuse the other of that behaviour. This “inversion of truth” methodology is derived from one of history’s most successful propagandists:

“Accuse the other side of that which you are guilty” is a quote attributed to Joseph Goebbels (1897–1945), Nazi politician and Propaganda Minister.

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