Trudeau’s United Nations Speech Was Nothing But Empty & Deceptive Rhetoric

Justin Trudeau knows how to get attention on the world stage, but back in Canada, his words are increasingly seen as meaningless.

In his speech to the United Nations, Justin Trudeau cast himself as a leader who is focusing on improving conditions for Indigenous Canadians, and fighting for “fairness.”

As usual, much of the national and foreign press ate it up.

And yet, a look at the actual record of the Trudeau government reveals his words to be nothing but empty and deceptive rhetoric.

When it comes to improving the conditions on reserves in Canada (which often resemble third-world countries), Trudeau has not only failed to keep his campaign promises, but he’s done worse than the previous government.

As I previously reported, the number of boil-water advisories has increased under Trudeau’s “leadership” compared to when Harper was in power.

Promised funding increases have been repeatedly put off, billions has been given to foreign countries while Indigenous communities struggle, and the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women has been a debacle.

So, beyond the nice words, Trudeau has achieved nothing and things are even worse.

When it comes to “fairness,” Trudeau spent some of his U.N. speech talking about his tax hikes. While Trudeau (a member of the elitist 1%) tried to cast himself as the defender of the middle class in front of the U.N. audience, here in Canada there is a rising revolt against his attack on Canadian small businesses, farmers, doctors, and entrepreneurs.

Once again, beyond the nice words, there’s zero substance, and Trudeau is actually doing the opposite of what he claims.

This is the context that must be repeated over and over again. The Trudeau government is very effective at crafting a narrative that benefits them and makes them look good on the world stage. Much of that coverage has an impact in Canada as well, which provides a boost to Trudeau’s political support.

In order to counter that deception, the truth must be constantly put forth. And the truth is that – like his U.N. speech – Trudeau’s words are nothing but empty and deceptive rhetoric meant to stop people from seeing what’s really happening behind the scenes.

Trudeau’s empty speech can be seen below:

Spencer Fernando

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