Justin Trudeau’s largesse abroad with Canadian’s resources is beyond offensive.
Young Canadians can barely afford rent, let alone buy their own home. Homelessness is abundant. Seniors, who helped build this country, are seeing him squander their legacy while they have a hard time making ends meet.
A recent Ipsos poll indicates nearly half of Canadians – 48 per cent of us – are less than $200 away, monthly, from financial insolvency. We are taxed mercilessly, and the stress is showing.
Yet, this prime minister just announced he’ll be handing Canadian steel and wood to France to help rebuild the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris.
If this were a one-off, it could be construed as a noble act. But it is nowhere near a one-off. It’s the latest example of Trudeau’s proclivity toward throwing abroad that which belongs to Canadians.
Three weeks into his job, Trudeau pledged $2.65 billion to help poorer countries combat the effects of climate change. Considering Canada is in debt, that money had to be borrowed before he gave it away.
Is it any wonder that guys like Donald Trump, with his “America First” mantra, get into power? Undoubtedly because citizens are sick and tired of their heads of state treating them like walking ATMs.
– Black Press