Trudeau To Receive Elitist “Global Citizen” Award At New York Gala Event

It’s far easier to get good headlines in the international press than it is to solve problems here in Canada.

Justin Trudeau will be given the Atlantic Council Global Citizen Award at an upcoming gala in New York City.

Trudeau will attend the event while he’s in New York for the United Nations General Assembly.

As noted by the Canadian Press, “The hosts say Trudeau will be recognized for his visionary leadership, support for open trade and borders, and respect for universal freedom and diversity. Organizers include two prominent Republicans — former presidential candidate and ambassador to China Jon Huntsman, and former national security adviser Brent Scowcroft.”

More award recipients are yet to be named.

A common agenda among global elites

It is quite instructive that Justin Trudeau is being honoured by a group including members of the U.S. Republican elite (which are no different from the Democratic elites). As much as Trudeau has crafted an image as a “progressive” leader “focused on the middle-class”, the truth is that he has been quite beneficial to the agenda of top global corporations, banks, and the bureaucratic upper-class.

Consider the fact that Trudeau’s latest tax changes target family farms and small businesses, while leaving big companies alone. Trudeau also created a “Canada” Infrastructure Bank that puts $35 billion in taxpayers money at the disposal of Wall Street banks and foreign financial institutions.

So, while Trudeau hides behind his well-crafted image, he is not helping working-class and middle-class people in our own country. As nice as the “Global Citizen Award” may be, Canadians are realizing that Trudeau’s focus is outside our country, not within it.

Spencer Fernando


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