The Danger to Canada is the people in it.
At the 2015 election enough Canadians voted to elect a man to the highest office in the land who had previously accomplished nothing more that inherit a name, thus confirming that Canada has a far more serious problem.
The danger to Canada is not only Justin Trudeau, but a citizenry capable of entrusting an incompetent man with the job of Prime Minister.
What is truly frightening is that it will be far easier to limit and undo the corrupt actions of Trudeau than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to an ignorant, unthinking electorate unwilling to research economic facts and elect such a jackass in the first place.
The problem therefore is much deeper and far more serious than just Mr. Trudeau, who is only a symptom of what ails this once great country. Blaming this unaccomplished, undistinguished hypocrite for the economic malaise he foisted on Alberta should not blind anyone to the stupidity of the majority of Canadian voters who elected this unpatriotic, treasonous, corrupt scoundrel in the first place.
The country can survive Trudeau for one term, but our country may not survive if these same fools elect him again. Unfortunately, his re-election with a minority will ensure his ongoing destruction of Western Canada’s energy industry because he will accept the support of the NDP. This will ensure he maintains power because more and more Canadians are moving in the direction of socialism with every generation. They no longer have a sense of self-reliance, personal responsibility, independent thinking and a willingness to continue the culture of hard working self-respect that built this magnificent country in the first place.
Trudeau himself recently stated that he was prepared to change the culture of Canada and is in fact doing just that. The advances of the Greens and NDP are clear evidence of this malign thinking. Unfortunately our schools, colleges and universities are being led by unionized teachers and tenured professors with guaranteed for life positions whose socialist philosophies are being insidiously presented during lectures. “The philosophy of the classroom in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next”, is a quote attributed to Abraham Lincoln. Whether he said it or not is irrelevant but it is certainly true.
Since Trudeau has been re-elected, this will only get worse.
- L. (Tex) Leugner