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Trudeau, the pope and the missionary

2 September 2022

11:00 PM

2 September 2022

11:00 PM

Readers will be well aware of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s de-facto war on ordinary citizens in the name of woke. Earlier this year it was truckers and their families (i.e., the working class his party is meant to represent) who were his targets, accusing them of among other things, racism and homophobia, which of course, was completely untrue and irrelevant to the issue of draconian vaccine mandates taking away their livelihoods, and he froze their bank accounts along the way simply for trying to make that point.

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