As Justin Trudeau waltzed through the UK, visiting Boris Johnson and the Queen, did anyone spare a thought for Canadians struggling under Trudeau’s authoritarian Covid power moves?
In 2016, the British parliament debated whether Donald Trump, then running for the US presidency, ought to be banned from the UK for inflammatory 'hate speech'. When Trudeau announced his visit to the UK, did the House of Commons ask itself whether he should be made welcome?
Trudeau is no stranger to inflammatory language – having called the unvaccinated in Canada 'extremists', 'misogynists' and 'racists'. But it’s far worse than that. He has undermined the principles on which Canadian democratic government is founded by criminalising peaceful protest.