Mr. Trudeau have you no shame?

Par Beryl Wajsman le 9 mars 2015

Justin Trudeau has compared Conservative immigration policies and rhetoric as creating an atmosphere akin to the Liberal government of Mackenzie King's "none is too many" policy against European Jews in World War II. This kind of outrageous demagoguery would disqualify Trudeau from being taken seriously for any office in most western countries.

Aside from the fact that the Harper government just yesterday made clear again it's outreach to Muslims in Jason Kenney's address, there have been no restrictions on Muslim immigration into Canada as there were against Jews. No one is killing Muslims just for being Muslims, as Hitler did to Jews, except for other Muslims like ISIS, Hezbollah, Hamas, Islamic Jihad and Al-Qaeda. No Muslims are being put in internment camps in Canada as German Jews were. No refugee ships like the St.Louis are being turned away from Canada as that ill-fated vessel was. resulting in the butchery of 900 Jews sent back to Nazi Germany. And during the nine years of the Harper government Canada has taken in nearly 100,000 Muslims. In peacetime. When there are 24 Arab Muslim nations stretching across half the globe. In the ten wartime years of Liberal Mackenzie King's government (1935-1945) Canada took in less Jews than was its quota for one year. Some 13,000. Canada had the worst record of any western democracy in the rescue of the Jews of Europe.

But what can we expect from the man who addressed the "Reviving the Islamic Spirit" convention just over two years ago even though its main sponsor, IRFAN, had lost its charitable status for ties to Hamas and another guest speaker was Tariq Ramadan, a notorious apologist for Islamists and the grandson of the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood. Justin said he went to there to deliver his philosophy of "inclusion and values."Some inclusion, some values. What can we expect from the man who said that though we should condemn the Boston terror bombers, we need look for the “root causes.” And what can we expect from the man who expressed “a certain admiration for China’s dictatorship” because it made economic progress.

This is the same Justin Trudeau who objected to the adjective "barbaric" - in Canada's new citizenship guide - when it was used to describe honour killings and female genital mutilation as unacceptable in Canada. If historical revisionism is one of his values, or if this is just ignorance, his party is lost. He has no claim to leadership of any kind. He has moved beyond the pale. Justin Trudeau once said in the House of Commons, in response to a Nazi analogy drawn by Tory MP Larry Miller, that "Anyone who brings up such an analogy when it is not relevant automatically loses a debate." Justin Trudeau has lost more than a debate. He has stripped himself of dignity in his pandering for votes and has lost the respect of all who honor truth, justice and the memory of the martyrs. As someone who lost 70 members of his family in the Holocaust, I can only ask,Mr. Trudeau have you no shame?


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