When he’s not busy letting Canada be sold-off to China and foreign financial interests, Justin Trudeau enjoys getting his picture taken with celebrities.
That’s exactly what he’ll be doing at the so-called ‘Global Citizen’ festival in Hamburg, Germany.
The festival takes place the day before the G20 summit in the city.
As reported by the Canadian Press, “The music festival is meant as a show of thanks to people who have participated in a campaign to pressure world leaders to deliver on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, which are aimed at ending extreme poverty, inequality and fighting climate change by 2030.”
A feel-good distraction from problems in our own country
The ‘Global Citizen’ festival is one of those feel-good events that amounts to a lot of celebrities talking about how generous everyone else should be. In theory, it’s a nice concept. In practice, it leads to national leaders heading back home and taking more of their citizens money to give away to other countries – all to chase more international headlines.
Justin Trudeau never met camera he didn’t want to get in front of, and celebrity music festivals offer him a great chance to take selfies with other members of the hobnobbing global elite. Of course, the work of fixing Canada’s problems is generally quiet and happens behind the scenes, hence his preference for sending billions more of our tax dollars overseas rather than keep it in Canada where it belongs.
There’s no such thing as ‘global citizenship’
The idea of global citizenship is a clever way to put a positive spin on the increasing dominance of elitist politicians, international corporations, and massive global banks. While we’re focused on the music and the selfies, we are getting betrayed and ripped off behind the scenes.
The truth is that there is no such thing as global citizenship, and if there was, it would be a disaster. We would be governed by one massive central power that would dominate our lives, and we would have no opportunity to influence that power in any way. It would be a nightmare.
Instead, we need to remember that Canadian Citizenship is what matters. Our government, and the position of Prime Minister, exists for the sole purpose of serving the Canadian people.
That’s why the ‘Global Citizen’ festival is a waste of time, and a distraction from where the focus should be: Serving the Canadian people.
Globalism must be rejected. For Canada to truly succeed, nationalism and patriotism must guide our way forward.
The elites want to hide their many failures behind political correctness, deception, and manipulation. We need to push back and spread the truth.
That’s why I write.
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