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The MP from Thornhill, Ms. Melissa Lantsman, simply stated “that is unbecoming as a Prime Minister.” Another member, whose ancestors fought in World War II, demanded an apology to no avail.

A new low, even for Trudeauhttps://youtu.be/Pz-GrEc5Kv0
Breaking News: Justin Trudeau accuses Jewish Member of Parliament of Supporting Nazis:
Jamie Schmale Published on Feb 16, 2022
During question period the Conservative Party upheld their parliamentary obligation to hold the Prime Minister accountable for enacting the Emergencies Act. Instead of answering questions, he resorted to accusing Melissa Lantsman, a Jewish Member of Parliament and a descendant of Holocaust survivors, of supporting those waving swastikas. There were many on the opposition side of the House who immediately came to her defence. However, the Liberal benches were silent on the Prime Minister’s demeaning comments. Prime Minister Trudeau should immediately apologize and focus on unifying the nation rather than stoking divisions for political gain
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Justin Trudeau’s PM father, Pierre Trudeau also found democracy inconvenient and was an apparent fan of Communist China, the USSR, and Castro’s Cuba. He even met with Mao and Castro. Trudeau represents the second smallest and second poorest riding in Canada. He’s in power based on only around 22,000 votes from a largely immigrant riding (Papineau, Montreal, Quebec).

Canada: “Just Watch Me” PM Pierre Trudeau Invoked War Measures Act in October 1970; Son Justin Trudeau Invokes Emergency Powers Against Protestors on Feb. 14, 2022

Notes on Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s Pro-Soviet, Pro-Chinese PM Father, Pierre Trudeau


Ms. Melissa Lantsman (Thornhill, CPC):
Mr. Speaker, “a positive, optimistic, hopeful vision of public life isn’t a naive dream; it can be a powerful force for change” and “…if Canadians are to trust their government, their government needs to trust Canadians”. Those are the words of the Prime Minister in 2015.

“Very often misogynistic”, “racist”, “women haters”, “science deniers”, “the fringe”: these words were said by the same Prime Minister six years later as he fanned the flames of an unjustified national emergency.

When did the Prime Minister lose his way? When did it happen?

Right Hon. Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister, Lib.):
Mr. Speaker, Conservative Party members can stand with people who wave swastikas. They can stand with people who wave the Confederate flag. We will choose to stand with Canadians who deserve to be able to get to their jobs, to be able to get their lives back. These illegal protests need to stop, and they will.

The Speaker: I just want to remind the hon. members, including the right hon. Prime Minister, to use words that are not inflammatory in the House; and that is for both sides.

The hon. member for Thornhill Ms. Melissa Lantsman (Thornhill, CPC):
Mr. Speaker, that is unbecoming as a Prime Minister.

It has been 48 hours that the government went from doing nothing to a national emergency, 48 hours into using the measures, 48 hours without providing Parliament with a justification, so my question is simple.

When will the Prime Minister admit that he has lost control of the situation, that he has lost control of his country, that he has lost control of his caucus and that he has lost control of his leadership?

Right Hon. Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister, Lib.):
Mr. Speaker, on the question of caucus support for these blockades, the Conservative politicians need to make a choice. Are they for the blockades or are they for communities, our economy and regular Canadians?

The member for Provencher pointed out that with the illegal blockades, he has never seen such a patriotic display in Canada. There is nothing patriotic about hurting fellow Canadians.

The member for Grande Prairie—Mackenzie claims that the economy is not being held hostage. All the while, hundreds of millions of dollars were being lost in trade due to blockades.

The member for Sarnia—Lambton does not believe her constituents need guaranteed access now to the Blue Water Bridge.

We stand with Canadians.

Hon. Andrew Scheer (Regina—Qu’Appelle, CPC):
Mr. Speaker, in 2020, when anti-energy protesters were blocking vital transportation, ships were backed up in ports and trains were stopped, the Prime Minister did not stop them. In fact, he actually sent a government delegation to meet with them, but now that the protests are about something that he disagrees with, the Prime Minister uses inflammatory language, hurls personal attacks and makes a massive power grab.

We know that the PM finds democracy inconvenient and that he admires China’s dictatorship, so will the Prime Minister admit that this is all just a move to crack down on dissent?

Right Hon. Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister, Lib.):
Mr. Speaker, I would advise the hon. member to be careful in that line of questioning before people actually look into what he and his fellow Conservative Party members said—

Some hon. members: Oh, oh!

The Speaker: I want to remind the hon. members that shouting names at each other is not the way this place works.

Some hon. members: Oh, oh!

The Speaker: No, no. Before you start clapping, start looking at your own benches.

The right hon. Prime Minister.

Right Hon. Justin Trudeau: Mr. Speaker, people across the country have noticed the difference between the words and the rhetoric of the Conservative Party of Canada in regard to indigenous protests, in regard to Black Lives Matter protests and in regard to marginalized people asking for their rights, versus what we are seeing here with illegal blockades that are hurting regular Canadians. They even talked about the potential overthrow of a duly elected government. That is not what is responsible for the Conservative—

The Speaker:
The hon. member for Regina—Qu’Appelle.

Hon. Andrew Scheer (Regina—Qu’Appelle, CPC):
Mr. Speaker, Conservatives denounced the blockades of vital transportation routes in 2020, and we have denounced the same blockades this time. The only thing that has changed is the Prime Minister’s reaction. When he agreed with the anti-energy protesters, he let them continue for weeks and even offered a settlement. This time, he grants himself unprecedented powers to attack those he disagrees with. Canadians do not want to live in a country where the Prime Minister gets to personally decide which protests are legitimate.

Once again, is this not all just about cracking down on dissent?

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Right Hon. Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister, Lib.):

Mr. Speaker, as a government we have always stood up for the right to peaceful protests. We have always stood up for the right to freedom of assembly or freedom of expression. These illegal blockades are hurting Canadians and their livelihoods and are hurting and endangering the well-being of people in communities across this country.

The former leader of the Conservative Party points out that his party has stood against the blockades. Unfortunately, many members of his party have stood with these illegal blockades and even encouraged them to continue blockading their fellow citizens.


Mr. Dane Lloyd (Sturgeon River—Parkland, CPC):
Mr. Speaker, I have never heard such shameful and dishonourable remarks coming from the Prime Minister. My great-grandfather flew more than 30 missions over Nazi Germany. My great-great-uncle’s body lies at the bottom of the English Channel. Members of the Conservative caucus are descendants of victims of the Holocaust. For the Prime Minister to accuse any colleague in the House of standing with the swastika is shameful.

I am giving the Prime Minister an opportunity. I am calling on him to unreservedly apologize for this shameful remark.

Right Hon. Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister, Lib.):
Mr. Speaker, Canadians deserve their freedoms back. These illegal blockades have continued to interfere with people’s livelihoods, their daily lives—

Some hon. members: Oh, oh!

The Speaker: I have to interrupt the right hon. Prime Minister. I would ask everyone to calm down so we can hear the answers.

The Right Hon. Prime Minister.

Right Hon. Justin Trudeau:
Mr. Speaker, the measures put forward in the Emergencies Act are proportional, responsible and, quite frankly, completely folded within the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The steps we are taking are important and measured to restore order for and freedoms to Canadians in this country. That is exactly what we are doing.

Mr. Dane Lloyd (Sturgeon River—Parkland, CPC):
Mr. Speaker, the lack of an apology from that Prime Minister speaks volumes. I have given the Prime Minister an opportunity to retract a shameful remark, where he would accuse any hon. member of this House to stand with a swastika.

As I said before, we have colleagues who are descendants of victims of the Holocaust. I am giving the Prime Minister one more chance. Will he apologize to all members of the House?

Right Hon. Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister, Lib.):
Mr. Speaker, even as the members of the Conservative Party were calling on us to take more action on this over the past two weeks, they continued to stand with and encourage these illegal blockades.

Canadians are watching carefully, and they see exactly where the Conservative politicians who stood with the blockades are standing. We will stand on the side of Canadians who deserve their lives back and who deserve their livelihoods back.

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Mr. Dane Lloyd (Sturgeon River—Parkland, CPC):
Mr. Speaker, I do not know how any member of the government caucus could stand by the Prime Minister when he accuses hon. members of this House of standing with a swastika. I am calling on all members of the Liberal caucus to denounce the Prime Minister. I have given him two chances to apologize. He has refused to apologize.

Mr. Prime Minister, apologize.

The Speaker: Once again, I want to remind the hon. members, and I know this is getting emotional, to place your questions through the Speaker, not directly to each other.

The Right Hon. Prime Minister.

Right Hon. Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister, Lib.):
Mr. Speaker, these illegal blockades have been going on in Ottawa for 20 days now. People have been interrupted in their daily lives. They have been made to feel fearful. They have been made to miss shifts from their work across southern Ontario. These are things that cannot be stood for, which is why we are moving forward with a responsible set of measures to allow the local police of jurisdiction to do their jobs.

We continue to defend freedom of expression and freedom of assembly, as long as it is peaceful and legal….https://www.ourcommons.ca/Content/House/441/Debates/032/HAN032-E.PDF https://www.ourcommons.ca/PublicationSearch/en/


Apparently you don’t have to live in a riding to be elected to the Parliament of Canada. Trudeau “represents” the second smallest and second poorest riding. It is extremely doubtful that he has ever lived there. It was the poorest when he was elected. It is largely new immigrant riding and most of the French and English speakers are probably from the Caribbean, Africa and the Indian subcontinent. It is surrounded by a highway and railroad, and lacks the quaint, historic, architecture of some other poor districts. It’s the sort of place where food costs more and beer costs less and used to sell horse meat.

Trudeau was reelected with only 49.5% and 22,526 total votes. https://globalnews.ca/news/7890446/canada-election-papineau-2021/

Trudeau first got in on less than 18,000 votes: https://web.archive.org/web/20101105220234/https://www.cbc.ca/news/canadavotes/riding/082/index.html

It is more likely that members of Trudeau’s constituency – Italian, Spanish, South Indian subcontinent, and Arab – stand with fascism and maybe the Swastika.
At nine square kilometres, it covers the second smallest area of any federal riding in Canada after Toronto Centre.[3] Linguistically, 45% of residents list French as their mother tongue, 8% list English, and 47% list neither English nor French, with large groups speaking Spanish, Italian, Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, Pashtu, Bengali, Greek and Arabic. Immigrants make up 40 percent of the riding’s population.[4] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papineau_(electoral_district)


Currently, second poorest and second most dense: https://338canada.com/24055e.htm
Whether or not it’s improved or another district has gotten more poor is unclear.
Papineau (Quebec)
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