HUH? Trudeau Government Website ‘Jokes’ Santa Moving To South Pole, Mentions “Global Climate Change Refugee Visa System”

Why is our taxpayer money being spent on this BS?

A Trudeau government website for Policy Horizons Canada – a taxpayer funded organization within the government that apparently makes predictions about “public policy implications over the next 10-15 years” – has been making some ‘funny’ Christmas jokes.

Take a look at a recent post from their site:

Santa is moving to the South Pole


Thanks to rising global temperatures, rapidly melting Arctic ice and growing human operations in the North, Santa Claus has signed an agreement with the International community to relocate his village next year to operate in an exclusive zone in the South Pole.

So What?

Santa’s relocation agreement marks the first time that the international community agrees on a common legal definition of climate change that includes refugees as corporations, as well as individuals. This deal is expected to lead to the deployment of a global climate change refugee visa system that in the near future could help to more easily relocate individuals and corporations facing the impacts of climate change.

As unfunny as this is, there is actually a concerning aspect to it.

First, trying to politicize Santa is a sad and pathetic attempt to push some sort of message.

Beyond that, the section referring to “the deployment of a global climate change refugee visa system,” is something that the globalist elites are certainly considering.

We’ve seen the elites do everything to break down borders, in order to eliminate national sovereignty, destroy the meaning of citizenship, and provide corporations with one homogenized global common market with low wages, powerless workers, and massive profits for high-level globalists.

Using climate change as an excuse to break down borders and expand global corporate power is certainly something that those in power will try, so this government website joke isn’t so innocent.

Spencer Fernando

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