DISGRACE: Trudeau Rightfully Rebuked By Israel’s Prime Minister & Opposition Leader As Canada’s Reputation Continues To Crumble

The best thing for Canada’s international reputation would be for Justin Trudeau to stop talking.

Following his pathetic remarks yesterday – which I labelled as “gutless” – Justin Trudeau has now been rebuked by both Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and by Israel’s Opposition Leader Yair Lapid.

Trudeau – in his most breathy and faux-dramatic voice, had sought to somehow position himself as a moral authority over Israel as he pathetically lectured the country to use ‘restraint’ in around the Al-Shifa hospital. What Trudeau neglected of course is that the Al-Shifa hospital is being used as a command centre and weapons storage location by the genocidal terrorist organization Hamas.

Unsurpringly, Trudeau’s disgraceful lecturing of Israel has not gone over well. Trudeau has now been publicly denounced by both Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and by Israel’s Opposition Leader Yair Lapid:

“It is not Israel that is deliberately targeting civilians but Hamas that beheaded, burned and massacred civilians in the worst horrors perpetrated on Jews since the Holocaust.

While Israel is doing everything to keep civilians out of harm’s way, Hamas is doing everything to keep them in harm’s way.

Israel provides civilians in Gaza humanitarian corridors and safe zones, Hamas prevents them from leaving at gunpoint.

It is Hamas not Israel that should be held accountable for committing a double war crime – targeting civilians while hiding behind civilians.

The forces of civilization must back Israel in defeating Hamas barbarism.”

“Prime Minister Trudeau, Israel is defending itself in difficult conditions against a brutal terrorist organization while trying to rescue babies, children, women and men who are being held hostage by Hamas-ISIS

Responsibility for this terrible situation rests with Hamas-ISIS.”

“Hamas launched this war, Hamas hides in civilian buildings and Hamas abuses Gazans as human shields.

If Canada ever found itself under a sustained and brutal attack like the one we face now, you would find Israel by your side. We expect the same support.”

“In a rare occurrence, both #Israel’s Prime Minister @netanyahu & Leader of the Opposition @yairlapid agree and bluntly & publicly push back against PM @JustinTrudeau comments, which failed to recognize Israel’s right to self-defense, the enhanced measures it undertakes to protect Palestinian civilian life & that #Hamas is to blame for the tragic loss of civilian life of all sides.”

Up until Hamas’ horrific terror attack on October 7th, Israel had been bitterly divided politically. So, to see both Netanyahu and Lapid in 100% agreement on the need to denounce Justin Trudeau’s pathetic remarks is extraordinary, and points to how wrong Trudeau was to weigh in with such worthless words.

Unserious, disrespected

Not only is it disgraceful that Canada’s Prime Minister is failing to recognize that Hamas deliberately operates out of hospitals and deliberately puts innocent Gazan civilians in harms way to try and fool gutless idiots like Trudeau, and not only is it pathetic that Trudeau is drawing some sort of equivalence between Israel and genocidal Hamas terrorists, it’s also disgraceful that Trudeau is doing this after years of completely neglecting the need to build up Canada’s armed forces and meet our NATO commitment of spending 2.0% of GDP.

Trudeau doesn’t even take the threats facing Canada and the Western world – threats like China, Russia, Iran, radical Islamists – seriously, yet he feels entitled to act as if he’s a serious world leader. It’s an appalling display.

The fact is that Canada has no ‘hard power’ to back up any of our words, and Trudeau’s coddling of radical Islamists and his refusal to crackdown on the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps within Canada demonstrates his unwillingness to defend our nation.

And every time he speaks, he only diminishes Canada’s already crumbling standing among our allies.

At this point, the best thing the Prime Minister could do for Canada’s reputation would be to just stop talking.

Spencer Fernando

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