Trudeau’s Inability To Take Responsibility Is An Ongoing Embarrassment

He has blamed everyone but himself for the incompetent vaccine procurement of the federal government, and has failed to acknowledge that his approach to China has been a complete failure.

In a recent article, Licia Corbella of the Calgary Herald pointed out how Justin Trudeau has gone so far as to blame former PM Brian Mulroney for Canada’s inability to produce vaccines.

“For months now, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has blamed everyone for Canada’s trickle of COVID-19 vaccines but himself.

Trudeau and his ministers have gone so far as to blame former Progressive Conservative prime minister Brian Mulroney — who was prime minister from 1984 to 1993 — for the privatization, or “the selling off“, of Connaught Laboratories. What he fails to mention is that Connaught Labs didn’t go anywhere. It’s now part of Sanofi Pasteur, the world’s largest manufacturer of vaccines. The Connaught Campus in Toronto accounts for one-fifth of the company’s global vaccine sales.”

Of course, Trudeau’s refusal to take responsibility now appears to be a near-pathological trait.

Notably, Trudeau is willing to ‘take responsibility’ for things he has nothing to do with, apologizing endlessly for Canada’s past, while avoiding responsibility for Canada’s present under his watch.

Trudeau has been in power for half a decade.

He gutted Canada’s pandemic early warning system.

He continued to seek to make Canada’s economy more dependent on foreign countries, rather than building up domestic strength.

And, when the virus could have been stopped or mitigated early on, he and his ministers were busy calling people ‘racist’ and ‘prejudiced’ for wanting bans on flights from China.

Yet, he now blames everyone else.

It’s the same with his approach to China.

His approach has been one of appeasement, weakness, and submission.

Only very recently has there even been a bit of acknowledgment within the Liberal government of what China has really become under Xi Jinping, and still the weak approach continues.

Abstaining from the vote on China’s genocide against the Uyghurs.

Continuing to partner with Huawei – including giving taxpayers money to research partnerships with them.

No ban on Huawei.

No plan on decoupling our economy from China. 

Continued soft rhetoric towards the Communist State.

If the idea was that doing all of that would be about protecting the two Michaels (which would of course be playing into China’s hostage strategy), it hasn’t worked, since China is putting both of them on show trials in a ‘judicial system’ where over 99% of people are convicted.

Where is the acknowledgment of the extent of this failure on China?

Where is the responsibility?

Nowhere to be found.

As Trudeau sees it, it’s always someone else’s fault.

Spencer Fernando

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