As Trudeau tries to hide from his attack on the middle-class, Canadians must remember that he put $35 billion of taxpayer dollars into a fund dominated by some of the world’s biggest banks.
Justin Trudeau’s political strategy is obvious. He’s trying to cast himself as the defender of the middle-class, despite all evidence to the contrary.
He knows that much of the elitist corporate media will uncritically push his message, so what he says doesn’t need to be true to have an impact on public opinion.
That’s why those of us opposed to Trudeau’s dangerous agenda must not let his anti middle-class actions be forgotten.
Infrastructure bank betrayal
Against the warnings of numerous experts and concerns from both opposition parties, Trudeau pushed the “Canada” Infrastructure Bank through.
Of course, we know that the only thing Canadian about the Infrastructure Bank is the name.
The bank is exempt from access-to-information laws, it’s board may include foreign bankers, it was designed in conjunction with BlackRock (one of the largest global wealth funds) who got access long before Canadians knew what was going on, and it puts $35 billion of taxpayer dollars at risk and under the influence of biggest banks on earth (the same ones that almost destroyed the financial system in 2008).
Worst of all, the bank is structured in such a way that Canadian taxpayers will take the hit for any losses, while the big banks get all the rewards.
And, look forward to paying toll money to Wall Street banks and other foreign banks, as taxpayers will paying the banks over and over and over again to use infrastructure that is supposed to belong to Canadians.
All in all, it’s about the biggest betrayal of working-class and middle-class Canadians ever seen.
Trudeau has no credibility on the middle-class
Trudeau is an elitist, born into immense wealth and power. He doesn’t know what it’s like to be a middle-class Canadian, and his agenda serves himself and his fellow globalist elites.
This fact has to be repeated over and over again, because Trudeau is desperate to distract from it. That’s part of why he’s blaming middle-class small business owners and trying to scapegoat them.
We must not let Trudeau’s deceptions succeed. His $35 billion giveaway to foreign banks is one of the biggest betrayals Canada has seen, and Canadians must remember it.
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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