Divisive Trudeau Hopes You Don’t Remember When He Attacked Alberta & Said Canada “Belongs” To PMs From Quebec

Justin Trudeau has been trying to tear Canada apart even before he became Prime Minister.

Canada is more divided then ever before.

Western Separatism is on the rise, anger is growing in the country, national unity is crumbling, and any sense of a unified Canadian identity is being lost.

And yet, Justin Trudeau is trying to pretend he’s running a ‘positive campaign,’ while demonizing Conservatives and blaming Canada’s divisions on everyone else.

That’s why Justin Trudeau really hopes you don’t remember his past divisive comments, where he attacked Alberta and said Canada “belongs” to Quebec MPs.

The comments were brought back to light by Lorrie Goldstein on Twitter:

Justin Trudeau, 2010: “Canada isn’t doing well right now because it’s Albertans who control our community and socio-democratic agenda. It doesn’t work.”

When asked whether he thought Canada was “better served when there are more Quebecers in charge than Albertans,” Trudeau replied, “I’m a Liberal, so of course I think so, yes. Certainly when we look at the great prime ministers of the 20th century, those that really stood …”

“the test of time, they were MPs from Quebec. There was Trudeau, there was Mulroney, there was Chrétien, there was Paul Martin. We have a role. This country, Canada, it belongs to us.”

Trudeau’s Liberal leadership campaign said his 2010 comments were taken out of context: “The Conservatives are using out-of-context statements made years ago in a long interview … and are resorting to smear campaigns” the statement said.

“Out of context?” In what context are such statements by a future Prime Minister of Canada not concerning? Source: Trudeau campaign forced to address 2010 comments on Alberta:

As we can see, Justin Trudeau has been trying to divide Canadians and turn us against each other for a long time, and the crumbling of Canada’s unity under the Liberal government is no surprise.

Spencer Fernando

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