Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in China this week on official state business to usher in a new era of diplomacy, to build new trade partnerships and to encourage the Chinese to come spend their money in Canada, even if it’s blood money.
China is after all, the country he admires the most!
Trudeau also says he wants to help China improve its reputation on the world stage.
Watch as I list the many atrocities Trudeau will have to ignore in order to do that.
He doesn’t want to talk about those atrocities though. What he does want to talk about is Canadian Dr. Norman Bethune, a household name in China and part of the Communist propaganda machine.
Instead of calling out Mao’s evil record, Canadian dignitaries play along and pretend Bethune is a national hero.
Most Canadians have never heard of him and to be fair, I called out the Conservatives for performing the very same song and dance with Norman Bethune and the Chinese Communist Party several years ago.
It was embarrassing then, and it’s embarrassing now.
No one expected Trudeau to call out the Chinese government, but he could have at least stopped pretending to revere a man who abandoned Canada to help a communist regime that committed unspeakable atrocities.
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