The government had invited Outlook to a reception with the High Commissioner, but rescinded the invite after articles criticizing the government’s links to Khalistani extremists.
Outlook – a magazine in India – was banned from a reception with the Canadian High Commissioner in India – even though they had been previously invited.
As Outlook has pointed out, the invite was rescinded after they wrote articles critical of the government:
“‘Liberal’ Canadian Prime Minister’s Office on Thursday withdrew invitation to High Commissioner dinner for Outlook magazine.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau feted the world over as the new face of “liberalism” seem to find it difficult to accommodate critical media coverage. An hour-before the high commissioner’s reception for dinner for Trudeau the invitation to Outlook was withdrawn.”
According to Outlook, an official from the Indian government “admitted that he was instructed by the Canadian PM’s Office to withdraw the invite because Outlook which had done a cover story on “ Khalistan – II made in Canada” cannot be in guest list to welcome Trudeau.”
Pathetically, the government tried saying the invite was simply “issued in error.”
This simply adds to the evidence that behind Trudeau’s fake “open” image, there’s an authoritarian ideology.
That’s why it’s notable to see Outlook put “liberalism” and “liberal” in quotes when referring to Trudeau, as he really isn’t in keeping with what liberalism (which was once meant to be about individual freedom), used to be.
Keep in mind, Trudeau is threatening to regulate Facebook and bail out the media, meaning he wants to extend his authoritarian attitude into seeking more control over what can and cannot be said.
If he’s willing to suppress criticism overseas, just imagine what he’ll do here at home.
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