Trudeau’s Attempt To Silence Former Diplomats Is Dangerously Anti-Canadian

The Liberals appear to think China’s ‘Basic Dictatorship’ should be used as an operating manual.

When Canadians first heard Justin Trudeau’s comments praising China’s ‘Basic Dictatorship,’ most people just hoped it was a stupid mistake.

After all, it would be pretty horrendous if a Canadian PM actually admired the brutal dictatorship of the Communist State.

Unfortunately, Justin Trudeau clearly wasn’t just being stupid (though that’s certainly part of it).

His admiration for the Communist State is real, and now he’s using it as an operating manual.

With the recent revelation that the Trudeau PMO is trying to silence former diplomats who are speaking out about Canada’s policy towards China, it’s clear that Justin Trudeau is trying to implement China’s authoritarian playbook here at home.

And that is dangerously anti-Canadian.

We are supposed to be a free country, where private citizens can speak their minds without getting a phone call from the central government telling people the ‘right message.’

It’s a dangerous form of creeping authoritarianism, and we must stand against it.

Justin Trudeau is clearly seeking to expand the power of the central government at the expense of Canadians, and that’s how, step by step, we slowly lose our freedom.

We must not stand for it.

Spencer Fernando

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