“India is an aggressor! India must pay for her actions!”
“India has killed our citizen on our own soil! This is unacceptable!”
Now, before you start thinking this is another Pakistan dossier pointing fingers at India for their everyday issues, think again!
This time it’s our dear Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Prime Minister, accusing India of being involved in the death of Khalistani extremist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. According to our Canadian Sherlock Holmes, India dispatched exterminators to murder a benign citizen of Kaneda, whose name was Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Who said that he was a hardened Khalistani extremist? It’s Uncle Trudeau, if he has said something, it must be goddamn right!
For the first time in history, we find ourselves nodding in agreement with Pakistan – yes, you heard that right! Even though Pakistan is not pristine white, Justin Trudeau’s recent antics make them look like the angels from fairy tales!
So welcome everyone, and let’s take a moment to appreciate Justin Trudeau’s unique perspective and shed light on the outstanding competence of Canadian security. In a place where extremists find protection, and innocent individuals face endless harassment, we’re truly witnessing a masterclass in governance. Justin Trudeau, you’ve managed to make us all rethink our notions of diplomacy and competence!
The ‘Tees Maar Khan’ of geopolitics!
I once heard this saying: “Hard times create strong men, strong men create good times, good times create weak men, and weak men create hard times!” Well, folks, going by Justin Trudeau’s recent rants, it seems like Canada, or should I say Kaneda, is hurtling full-speed towards that fourth stage – the one with hard times written all over it.
On the 18th of September, in what can only be described as a bizarre move, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pointed his finger at India, of all places, for the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada. Yes, you read that right, he blamed India!
NOW – Canada's Trudeau is accusing the government of India of being behind a fatal shooting on Canadian soil — CNC pic.twitter.com/rp1PRyKHwz
Adding fuel to this blazing fire, Canadian Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly chimed in, stating that as a consequence of these wild allegations, the Canadian government gave a top Indian diplomat the boot. And what’s even more mind-boggling is that Trudeau made these accusations in the Canadian parliament without a shred of proof.
Now, let’s rewind a bit. Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the man in question, had a history of being involved in Khalistani activities and met his unfortunate end on the 18th of June outside a Sikh Gurudwara in Surrey, British Columbia.
Trudeau claims that Canadian intelligence agencies have been looking into the murder. He even had the audacity to say that he discussed the matter with Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the G20 summit last week. Apparently, he told Modi that any involvement of the Indian government would be unacceptable. Was this the reason why he was unceremoniously kicked out from the G20 summit?
It’s almost as if Justin Trudeau is auditioning for the role of ‘Tees Maar Khan’ in the world of geopolitics – all gas and no substance. Accusing a country like India, known for its diplomacy and restraint, without concrete evidence is like claiming the moon is made of semolina – it might sound interesting, but it’s far from the truth.
Trudeau family – Serving extremists with care since 1980 ….
In the grand arena of international relations, baseless accusations can be like throwing a lit match into a powder keg – a recipe for serious consequences. Sure, Justin Trudeau’s theatrics may grab some attention and make for entertaining headlines, but they also risk putting a dent in Canada’s credibility on the global stage. But then again, we’re talking about Justin Trudeau here, a leader who seems to have parked Canada and its progress on the backburner for a while now.
Protecting individuals with anti-human tendencies isn’t exactly a new hobby for this guy. It’s practically a family tradition! Take his father, Pierre Trudeau, for example. Back in 1982, when the Indian government, led by Indira Gandhi, sought the extradition of Khalistani terrorist Talwinder Singh Parmar, Pierre Trudeau’s government slammed the door shut.
According to an excerpt from Canadian journalist Terry Milewski’s book, ‘Blood for Blood,’ “Canada may not have been the springboard for Khalistani militants like Pakistan, but it offered them a friendly legal and political environment”. India had been complaining about this cozy arrangement as far back as 1982 when Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had a little chat with Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
Canada repeating the same mistake – In 1982 India had urged Canada when @JustinTrudeau's father Pierre Trudeau was PM, to hand over Babbar Khalsa terrorist Talwinder Parmar but Trudeau Sr didnt.
In 1985 Khalistani terrorists placed a bomb inside Air India plane Kanishka.
Now guess the excuse the then Trudeau government. Brace yourself: they said it was because India treated the Queen of England as the Head of the Commonwealth and not the Head of State. Yes, you read that right, and we thought only India is unfortunate to have a family like the Gandhis! It’s almost like a masterclass in mental insolvency, and it seems that the apple didn’t fall far from the tree when it comes to baffling excuses in the Trudeau family.
Canadians have had enough!
Trudeau’s antics haven’t just left us in Bharat scratching our heads; even the good folks up in Canada are giving him a piece of their minds. They’re certainly not thrilled about this megalomaniac putting Canada’s honour on the line just for a few votes.
One journalist, Daniel Bordman, couldn’t believe what he was seeing. Trudeau, in a fit of rage or something, decided to kick out a top Indian diplomat from the country. And why, you ask? Well, brace yourself for this one. He did it based on an internal report, mind you, and that too during an ongoing investigation! Bordman didn’t mince his words. He hopped onto his X handle (formerly Twitter) and said, “To expel an Indian diplomat based on an internal report that has a ‘potential’ that Indian government was involved in the death of Hardeep Singh Nijjar is insane. Absolutely insane behavior from Trudeau and CO.”
To expel an Indian diplomat based on an internal report (In a fucking ongoing investigation!!!) that has a "potential" that Indian government was involved in the death of Hardeep Singh Nijjar is insane. Absolutely bat shit insane behaviour form Trudeau and CO.
And just when you thought it couldn’t get any crazier, another X account, this time masquerading as Justin Trudeau’s ego (@Trudeaus_Ego), chimed in with some cold, hard truth. They tweeted, “Our polling numbers are at all-time lows, so I need to create a new crisis to distract Canadians. That’s why my government is suddenly making a big deal about #India’s ties to the killing of a Sikh man earlier this year. People are more likely to support me if they’re scared,” the account emphasized.
Our polling numbers are at all-time lows, so I need to create a new crisis to distract Canadians.
That's why my Government is suddenly making a big deal about #India's ties to the killing of a Sikh man earlier this year.
To put it bluntly, Justin Trudeau has shot himself in the foot by accusing India of ‘murdering’ Hardeep Singh Nijjar without a shred of credible proof. With his popularity plummeting faster than a lead balloon and his credibility in international politics scraping rock bottom, Trudeau is doing a bang-up job of expediting his political demise. You’ve got to hand it to him; he’s got a talent for it!
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