Alleging that someone is guilty of treason sounds very serious and harsh, however please consider the original headline for this Post.
Does Reneging On Promises Make Justin Trudeau A Renegade…dictionary definition of renegade…traitorous. Then I considered reprobate…dictionary definition of reprobate..a person of highly immoral character. Wow, I was concerned, because I do not think that Trudeau the Younger is traitorous in the strict interpretation of the word. A reprobate had some potential, however, thus far being immoral, sad to say is not illegal, otherwise our jails would be overflowing with politicians and executives as opposed to criminals.
Now consider this, using my well worn Oxford CANADIAN DICTIONARY of Current English…definition of treason…any betrayal of trust. Sad isn’t it? In a court of law, the Judge would say…”Guilty as charged.” Simple isn’t it. We trusted you Justin, we believed your promises, we trusted you, do you get the message? You betrayed our trust. We believed in your [electoral] promise about electoral reform.We believed that you would help our veterans, you have continued to abuse them, just as Harper did. You are guilty of treason.
Just recently Griffon penned a hard hitting and sincere observation, in particular I appreciated the ending. ‘Trudeau junior is his father-just another politician whose statements are worth only what momentary advantage can be spun out of them.’
Politicians Are Just That
I worked against his father.
When Pierre Elliot Trudeau was first elected as Prime Minister in 1968, I was knocking on doors in my neighbourhood on behalf of Tom Berger. But when PET got elected, I liked him and was willing to give him the benefit of the doubt. Trudeau senior had an air of adventure about him. He seemed to be cut from a different bolt of cloth than “the other ones”. 4 things turned me against him. First, when a Syrian-style massacre was going on against the Ibo people of Nigeria, Trudeau said, in response to a question, “Where’s Biafra?” Then, during the Quebec crisis in 1970, when he sought protection from the military – an organization he had spurned all his life – he told a reporter who questioned his actions, “Just watch me”. And who could forget the election of 1974 when he said there would be “No wage or price controls”, and implemented wage controls a few months later. And, the last straw was the famous finger he gave protesters in Salmon Arm.
Trudeau pere, it turned out, was just another politician after all.
Fast forward to 2015. Now Trudeau fils was hustling votes to take over as top dog. My campaigning days are over, but I still voted against him. Remember how Tom Mulcair stood up against the proposed ban on the niqab even when he knew it would cost votes in Quebec? That’s integrity in action. On the other hand, when Trudeau vaulted from 3rd to 1st place, again I thought OK – he deserves a chance. He had the look of a different man, especially when compared to Steven Harper. So I wasn’t unhappy to see him win. The honeymoon that followed the election was extraordinarily long. With some misgivings I continued to think that maybe, just maybe, we did have a new man.
But I watched the farce that was the lame attempt of the Liberals to pretend to survey the people of Canada about a new electoral process. What can be clearer than a promise that, if elected, the Liberals would make it the last election using the “first-past-the-post” system? Hah. Trudeau junior is his father – just another politician whose statements are worth only what momentary advantage can be spun out of them.
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Another major flaw in Prime Minister Trudeau, he is good at speeches, however at action, he has a low rating for taking actions = almost negligible.
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We did put our trust in Trudeau…and he failed us.