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Why didn’t the West condemn Trudeau for debanking his citizens?

14 August 2023

9:37 AM

14 August 2023

9:37 AM

The outrage at the Coutts/NatWest debanking scandal in the United Kingdom does not align with the complete disinterest in Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s debanking of an entire political caste.

It was entirely appropriate for people to express their horror upon discovering banks were routinely passing moral judgment on the politics of their customers.

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