FERNANDO: Justin Trudeau's Love of Dictators

Justin Trudeau Is Becoming More & More Like The Communist Dictators He Loves So Much

Spencer Fernando, Exclusive to the National Citizens Coalition

Lawsuit threats against Andrew Scheer, fear-mongering, shutting down committees, punishing whistleblowers, demonizing opponents, and use of government power to control social media all shows Trudeau moving in a more authoritarian direction.


We all know Justin Trudeau admires Communist Dictatorships.

He’s said it himself.

At a fundraiser, he said he admired China’s "Basic Dictatorship" because it "gets stuff done." It’s similar to how people praised fascism for "making the trains run on time."

And who could forget what he said when Cuban Communist Dictator Fidel Castro died:

“It is with deep sorrow that I learned today of the death of Cuba’s longest serving President. “Fidel Castro was a larger than life leader who served his people for almost half a century. A legendary revolutionary and orator, Mr. Castro made significant improvements to the education and healthcare of his island nation. “While a controversial figure, both Mr. Castro’s supporters and detractors recognized his tremendous dedication and love for the Cuban people who had a deep and lasting affection for “el Comandante”. “I know my father was very proud to call him a friend and I had the opportunity to meet Fidel when my father passed away. It was also a real honour to meet his three sons and his brother President Raúl Castro during my recent visit to Cuba. “On behalf of all Canadians, Sophie and I offer our deepest condolences to the family, friends and many, many supporters of Mr. Castro. We join the people of Cuba today in mourning the loss of this remarkable leader.”

“Dedication and love for the Cuban people?”

Quite a unique way to describe a dictator who butchered his political opponents and denied freedom to Cuban citizens.

This is what Trudeau really believes.

When Trudeau praised China’s "basic" Communist Dictatorship, and when he praised Fidel Castro, many people wrote it off as a "funny" mistake, or as Trudeau being naïve.

But now, Canadians are waking up to a different truth:

This is what Justin Trudeau really believes. It’s what he admires. And it’s who he is.

The more beleaguered and desperate Trudeau becomes, the more he starts emulating his beloved Communist Dictators.

He’s punishing, expelling, and demonizing whistleblowers like Jody Wilson-Raybould & Jane Philpott.

He’s using government authority to threaten social media companies into doing his ideological bidding.

He’s shutting down committees that could investigate his corruption scandals.

He’s threatening to sue people who dare to hold him accountable.

He’s using climate change as his justification to raise our taxes, take away more and more of our economic freedom, and centralize power.

And he’s engaged in an increasingly brutal effort to demonize and even dehumanize Conservative Canadians, as he spreads the disgusting falsehood of trying to equate opposition to him with support for "racism," "white nationalism," "Islamophobia," and "bigotry."

His campaign to "other" his political opponents is a common tactic of dictators or wannabe dictators as they seek to make dissent impossible.

We saw a glimpse of that dangerous attitude in the words of Liberal MP Alexandra Mendes, who called Jody Wilson-Raybould “treasonous, really.”

All of this adds up to one inescapable conclusion: As the pressure mounts, Justin Trudeau is becoming more and more like a dictator.

And that’s why the efforts of the Trudeau Liberals to crack down on social media cannot be trusted, especially as it comes so close to the election.

With their $600 million taxpayer-funded media bailout, the Trudeau Liberals are seeking to fully co-opt the establishment media. But to make that "investment" (AKA bribe) worthwhile, they can’t have Canadians sharing our views freely online.

So, they’ve pushed Google into a position where they decided to get rid of election ads entirely during the writ period, they’ve threatened Facebook and Twitter with ever-increasing amounts of regulation (which is always left purposely vague) in order to pressure them to do what the government wants, and they’re fear-mongering about "foreign interference," as if Canadians aren’t deciding on our own to turn against the government.

The trend is all moving in one direction: Opposition to the government is silenced, media is controlled, critics are demonized and threatened, and power is centralized.

Not far off from a "basic dictatorship."

“When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.”

That quote from Maya Angelou is essential for Canadians today.

Justin Trudeau showed us who he is when he praised brutal Communist Dictators and said he admired them. And from the evidence of our own eyes, we can believe it.

That’s why, unless Justin Trudeau is defeated, things will get far worse. Canadians deserve a real democracy, not a "basic dictatorship."

Spencer Fernando is one of the most popular and prolific political writers and independent journalists in Canada. He is an Election Fellow for the National Citizens Coalition. For more from Spencer, visit his website, and follow him on Facebook and Twitter

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