So Stephane Dion is our foreign minister now. He was our environment minister before, under Paul Martin. And then he ran on a carbon tax as the central part of his platform in the 2008 election.
And he’s French-Canadian of course. But he’s more than just French Canadian. He’s actually French, too. He lived in France for years, he studied there, and he is a French citizen. He refused to resign his French citizenship when he ran in the 2008 Canadian election. As far as I know, he’s still a French citizen now.
So what did our Canadian foreign minister, also a citizen of France, who loved France enough to move there and study there and live there, what did he say, this past week, as France lay bleeding, devastated by the largest attack on its soil since the Second World War?
Here’s what he said: Global warming is the "worst threat we are facing this century”.
Pardon? 500 Parisians were murdered or injured in one night, in five coordinated attacks by the Islamic State, Muslim terrorists. 500. In one night. In the city he loved so much he is a French citizen to this day. And while they’re still mopping up the blood from the streets, he says the greatest threat to the world is global warming.
And the worst part of it is: I think he actually believes that.
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