Trudeau Exposed: A Leader Who Embraces Islamic Supremacists and Khalistani Terrorists
Editor's Note: Christine Douglass-Williams documents the lengths to which Prime Minister Trudeau is willing to go to curry favour with – and win the votes of –Canada’s ethnic minorities. Opponents of Motion M-103 were concerned about its potential to stifle free speech through the deliberate conflation of criticism of Islam and the promotion of hatred toward Muslims in the term “Islamophobia.” Motion M-103, which received the support of every Liberal MP, and petition e-411 (Islam), the petition on which it was based, were both advanced by people with links to Islamist organizations. In this article, Douglass-Williams lists other questionable associations of Trudeau, not least the invitation of convicted Canadian Sikh terrorist, Jaspal Atwal, to a formal dinner hosted by the Canadian High Commissioner in India. Trudeau’s trip to that country, accompanied by his family and a very large entourage, has turned out to an international embarrassment. Let us hope that Trudeau learns that the relentless promotion of “diversity” to advance a political agenda is in fact divisive and destructive.
Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau is now making quite the impression in India — and globally — as he continues to parrot his commitment to “diversity.” To his detriment, it never seems to occur to him that diversity, like any other concept, needs to be scrutinized and tested. To Trudeau, diversity has no definable boundaries, and to this end, he has been making merry with Islamic supremacists, jihadists and even terrorist Sikh separatists. The latter is getting Trudeau into hot water in India, starting with a humiliating snub by the Indian government: nowhere was Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to be found to meet Trudeau when he arrived, not even in a Twitter greeting. It didn’t help that just before Trudeau’s visit, “the magazine Outlook India published a series of articles warning that Canada was nurturing a resurgence of Khalistani terrorism.” Upon arrival, Trudeau was greeted by a junior agriculture minister.
Trudeau’s “diversity” credo has manifested itself in a manner that has angered the Indian establishment, and for good reason. Trudeau seeks the Sikh vote “so much so that he even attended a Khalsa Day parade organized by a radical Gurudwara, or Sikh temple, in Toronto. Some Sikh Gurudwaras in Canada have also barred the entry of Indian diplomats.” Likewise, Trudeau seeks the Muslim vote so much that Canada has an “Islamic supremacist entryist problem” in government. The icing on the cake was the invitation of criminal Jaspal Atwal at a formal dinner reception with Trudeau in India hosted by the Canadian High Commissioner, which heightened the spectacle of Trudeau’s visit. Atwal was sentenced to 20 years in a Canadian court for his part in the attempted murder of a visiting Indian state minister. Pictures of him posing with Trudeau’s wife Sophie at a banquet in Mumbai were also splashed across media outlets, and it emerged that his name made the guest list through the machinations of Liberal MP Randeep Surai. Meanwhile:
"former NDP B.C. premier and Liberal federal cabinet minister Ujjal Dosanjh took to Twitter to voice his outrage. “You what? Do we have no shame?” Dosanjh tweeted. “Khalistan has seeped deep into the veins of this administration.”
The fact that is apparent about Trudeau in India is just as apparent to observant Canadians: that Trudeau is divisive — contrary to his routine mawkishness — and he shamelessly befriends even the most unsavoury “diversity” charlatans, once he thinks they can give him votes. What will Trudeau say in India now? That its Prime Minister Modi and annoyed citizens are Sikhophobic? Trudeau has been as insulting to the citizens of India who oppose Sikh terrorism as he is insulting to Canadians who oppose Islamic supremacism. Trudeau’s indiscriminate kowtowing to whoever will give him a vote is now being paraded on the world stage in full costume, earning him unwanted attention — from mockery to anger from the Indian press. A bright young blogger in that country summed up the problem with Trudeau:
"Justin Trudeau is a mascot of everything that is wrong with the world today. From being at the forefront of encouraging every degeneracy to welcoming radicalism into his homeland, from cheap gimmicks of tokenism to attempts at creating a culture of politically correct absurdities, the stink of his leftist hypocrisy wafts far and wide. As citizen of India, I could not care less if the elected leader of Canada seeks to drive his nation to the dumps. But where it has an adverse effect on my country is where I choose to draw the line…… India is not CNN’s studio where global champions of pseudo-liberalism, pseudo-secularism and radical Islamism will find a platform to propagate their hypocrisy and watch the world burn. You might be rich, white, the offspring of royalty and the global poster-boy of liberal values, but it amounts to zilch, especially if you mess with India."
Trudeau has not learned the lesson that not all of “people-kind” are friends. The youngest child learns basic safety rules from his or her caregiver about not opening the front door to any and everyone who comes knocking, and to beware of strangers until you get to know them. Trudeau seemingly has not grasped this primary concept about the potential bogeyman knocking at the door; nor have many other of his far-left cohorts in Europe. The difference between the hapless Trudeau and his kindred leaders is that he does not know when to shut up, and has a propensity to wander into trouble — serious trouble unbefitting to any leader — like the trouble he is in now in India. To recap the same problems with Trudeau’s brand of “diversity” in Canada:
He accused the Conservative party of “Islamophobia” for inquiring about jihad terrorism;
He met privately with Joshua Boyle, a suspicious former Taliban captive who is also now up on 15 criminal charges;
He paid known jihadi murderer Omar Khadr $10,500,000 for allegedly being mistreated in Guantanamo;
His government has been trying to reopen relations with the Iranian Islamic regime, after the previous Conservative government shut down the Iranian embassy in Ottawa because of its clandestine operations — including espionage and infiltration. Liberal Iranian MP Majid Jowhari started a petition to reestablish diplomatic ties with Iran;
His Sharia-supporting MP, Omar Alghabra, represented Canada at the 44th session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation. Since when is Canada an OIC state?
Leaked intelligence documents now reveal a much greater threat of Islamic terror in Canada than the Trudeau government will admit to.
To the people of India and every peace-loving individual in the West, Trudeau’s brand of “diversity” means to embrace jihadis and Sikh terrorists — and their partners — as equal citizens, including Islamic State militants. Trudeau’s silly antics are no joke, and his platitudes offer no cause to celebrate true harmony, diversity, pluralism and especially democracy. “India’s message to Canadian PM Trudeau is Loud and Clear,” by Ajit Datta, Rightlog India, February 18, 2018:
"Justin Trudeau is a mascot of everything that is wrong with the world today. From being at the forefront of encouraging every degeneracy to welcoming radicalism into his homeland, from cheap gimmicks of tokenism to attempts at creating a culture of politically correct absurdities, the stink of his leftist hypocrisy wafts far and wide. As citizen of India, I could not care less if the elected leader of Canada seeks to drive his nation to the dumps. But where it has an adverse effect on my country is where I choose to draw the line. Trudeau will be in Amritsar on the 21st of February, and according to some reports, he has refused to meet the Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh. No official reason has been cited, but it is believed that this move of Trudeau’s is aimed at appeasing pro-Khalistani Sikhs in Canada. Captain Amarinder, despite belonging to the Congress Party which has a dismal record in protecting India’s sovereignty, has been a vocal critic of the Khalistan movement. The Khalistani movement was brought to the mainstream when the then prime minister Indira Gandhi allegedly propped up secessionist Bhindrawale to curb the growing popularity of the Akalis in Punjab. It was a typical Congress Party move, sacrificing national security at the altar of short-term electoral gains. But the movement fast became Indira’s Frankenstein, and the rest, including how she lost her life, is history. Cut to the present times, and the only surviving proponents of the Khalistan movement now reside in Canada. These cowards, including one who made it to Trudeau’s cabinet, have unsuccessfully attempted to fuel the movement from the comfort of their Canadian homes…. Today’s India is no pushover. Since the advent of PM Modi, the country has consciously worked towards carving out a space for itself as a global power. Trudeau wholeheartedly embracing Khalistanis and refusing to meet an elected chief minister in India, is just a display of bad manners from an entitled brat. But this isn’t Manmohan’s India, and we don’t take such rubbish lying down. For starters, the minister of state for agriculture was sent to receive Justin Trudeau when he landed in India. Now remember, Trudeau isn’t the insignificant head-of-state of some small third-world country. Also remember that this is an era where prime minister Modi himself receives several world leaders at the airport when they land in India. Considering the importance that the prime minister accords to a personal touch in his dealings with world leaders, sending a junior minister to receive Trudeau is slap on the latter’s face. Moreover, if reports are to be believed, the Uttar Pradesh chief minister won’t receive Trudeau on his visit to the Taj Mahal. This is against convention, and if this is indeed true, it will send out the clearest of messages… India is not CNN’s studio where global champions of pseudo-liberalism, pseudo-secularism and radical Islamism will find a platform to propagate their hypocrisy and watch the world burn. You might be rich, white, the offspring of royalty and the global poster-boy of liberal values, but it amounts to zilch, especially if you mess with India."
This article was originally published on the Jihad Watch website on February 23, 2018, and can be viewed on their site by clicking here.