Why Was Trudeau So Quick To Tell The World About Intel Against India – A Fellow Democracy – While Being So Slow To Acknowledge Intel Showing Hamas – A Genocidal Terror Group – Lied To The World?

Trudeau’s foreign policy approach is increasingly devoid of any coherent set of values.

Justin Trudeau couldn’t wait to get in front of the cameras in Parliament and proclaim that he had seen intelligence supposedly indicating that India had a role in the assassination of a Canadian Citizen.

Trudeau made the claim in as dramatic a fashion as possible, at the beginning of Question Period, a moment designed to garner maximum attention.

Since his announcement, the government has shared precisely zero-evidence with the public. They say this is because the investigation is ongoing.

Whether that is true or not, the result of Justin Trudeau’s decision to share his view of the information in the most dramatic and attention-grabbing way has been for relations between Canada and India to decline dramatically.

At a time when a large scale global war – and at the very least an indefinite period of tensions and simmering conflict – is increasingly likely, Canada needs to stand with fellow democracies.

As a strong historic civilization, the world’s largest democracy, and a country where entrepreneurship, debate, and innovation are highly-valued, India is a natural partner for Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, and all democracies.

We should be seeking to build stronger ties with India, rather than destroying those ties.

And yet, Justin Trudeau has shown tremendous disrespect towards India, disrespect that only looks worse given what we’ve seen in the past few days.

By now, Justin Trudeau and the Liberal cabinet have surely been briefed by our allies in the United States. The U.S. intel community, the Biden Administration, and bipartisan leaders in the Senate and Congress, have all made it clear that Israel was NOT responsible for the rocket attack on a parking lot outside a hospital in Gaza.

Turns out, it was a rocket fired by Palestinian Islamic Jihad.

Simply put, Hamas lied to the world in order to demonize Israel.

Trudeau and most of the Liberal cabinet immediately believed the propaganda from Hamas, helping to spread it around the world, which has now led to attacks on synagogues, further threats against the Jewish community, and pro-terror marches around the world.

But now that the full magnitude of his mistake is obvious, and now that our closest ally – with a far better intelligence gathering apparatus than we possess (the U.S. often warns Canada about threats within our own country before we know about them) – has made it clear that Israel was not responsible, Trudeau continues to delay admitting this.

All of a sudden, when intel shows the genocidal terror group Hamas lied to the world, Trudeau has been shockingly slow in acknowledging it.

And his delay is not going unnoticed:

“It’s been 3 days since the false story of #Israel bombing the #Gaza hospital spread like wildfire.

It’s been 3 days since evidence showed it was a Palestinian Islamic Jihad misfired rocket & NOT #Israel.

It’s been 3 days that the Government of #Canada has failed to set the record straight.

Is today the day that Canada will follow its US ally & condemn Palestinian Islamic Jihad’s double war crime?”

The key takeaway is this:

When a Canadian Prime Minister is quick to believe and spread intel that casts democratic states like India and Israel in a bad light, but refuses to do the same with intel showing a genocidal terror group lied to the world, something has gone seriously wrong in this country.

Spencer Fernando


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