“An Embarrassment”: Justin Trudeau Accidentally Autographed A Neo-Nazi Flag

The flag belonged to a known “neo-Nazi and Blood and Honour leader.”

It has been revealed by Vice that Justin Trudeau signed a Neo-Nazi flag at the Calgary Stampede earlier this year.

Vice points out that the flag was disguised as a bandanna, and it’s true nature was hidden from Trudeau when he signed a piece of red cloth.

As noted by Vice, “Now, Trudeau didn’t know that this particular bit of cloth was part of a flag as it was tucked into the shirt of a portly Calgary man and made to look like a bandanna. The man—well-known neo-Nazi and Blood and Honour leader, Kyle McKee—waded through the crowd with a permanent marker and asked the prime minister to sign it, which Trudeau gladly obliged.”

And while nobody thinks Trudeau is some sort of neo-Nazi sympathizer, he is being criticized by an expert for his “loose” approach in crowds.

Security expert Tyrone Watts told Vice that Trudeau’s approach of wading into crowds and letting people get close to him could put him at risk:

“If you get in that close and he handed a pen to the prime minister, there is nothing to say that a hand movement and a knife coming out of the belt and a stab to have happened, something to bring harm to the prime minister.”

While I’m no fan of the Prime Minister, nobody wants to see him get injured. He should do more to make it easier for security to protect him.

“An embarrassment”

Watts points out that Trudeau’s actions are an embarrassment, saying “It’s an embarrassment on the force, it’s an embarrassment on the government, and it should be an embarrassment on Mr. Trudeau for not looking at what’s he doing.” 

Watts is absolutely right. It is embarrassing that Trudeau signed a flag belonging to a neo-Nazi pushing a vile ideology that has no place in Canada, even if it was accidental.

Through his time in office, a pattern has emerged in which Trudeau seems unable to realize that as Prime Minister, his actions represent the image of Canada to much of the world. Everything he does has consequences. When he tweets irresponsibly, or puts his public relations image ahead of maintaining the dignity of the office, he hurts the image of Canada and does a disservice to our country.

Spencer Fernando

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