Global Research, February 05, 2022
Trudeau has referred to swastikas intimating that the Freedom Convoy organizers are supportive of Neo-Nazi symbols.
The media has gone into high gear:
“Canada needs an explicit ban on swastikas and other “loathsome” hate symbols, says one NDP MP.
NDP House Leader Peter Julian says he is looking at reintroducing a private member’s bill that aims to ban the sale and display of hate symbols in Canada, like the swastikas and Confederate flags flown at a trucker convoy in Ottawa over recent days.
… “Other countries ban Nazi symbols and I think it horrified a lot of Canadians to see the Nazi flag on Parliament Hill.”
There were a couple of reported swastika events in Ottawa coupled with a Confederate flag, confirmed by the Times of Israel). The objective was to smear the Freedom Convoy Movement.
Other countries ban Nazi symbols? What about Canada? What about Ukraine??
What the media fails to acknowledge is that Prime Minister Trudeau has consistently supported Neo-Nazi politics in Ukraine.
At Tax Payers’ Expense
The Azov battalion which is part of Ukraine’s National Guard under the helm of the Ministry of the Interior is supported by Canadian tax payers.
The leader of the Neo-Nazi party Svoboda Andrey Korubij is a political buddy of our prime minister.
Is it a matter of concern that Canadian forces dispatched by our government are training Nazi paramilitary forces in Ukraine.
According to the Ottawa Citizen (November 9, 2021)
“Canadian officials who met with members of a Ukrainian battalion linked to neo-Nazis didn’t denounce the unit, but were instead concerned the media would expose details of the get-together, according to newly released documents.
The Canadians met with and were briefed by leaders from the Azov Battalion in June 2018. The officers and diplomats did not object to the meeting and instead allowed themselves to be photographed with battalion officials despite previous warnings that the unit saw itself as pro-Nazi. The Azov Battalion then used those photos for its online propaganda, pointing out the Canadian delegation expressed “hopes for further fruitful co-operation.”
There is ample evidence of Canadian and US support to Neo-Nazis in Ukraine going back to the 2014 Euromaidan,
Nazi Leader Andrij Parubiy Invited to Ottawa by Justin Trudeau
Andriy Parubiy co-founder of the Neo-Nazi Social-National Party of Ukraine (subsequently renamed Svoboda) was invited by Trudeau to Ottawa in 2016 and supported of World War II Nazi leader Stepan Bandera
Deputy Chairman of Ukraine’s Parliament, Andriy Parubiy, visited Ottawa in February 2016, meeting with the prime minister. At that meeting (from left) are Ukraine’s Ambassador to Canada Andriy Shevchenko, Verkhovna Rada Deputy Chairman Andriy Parubiy, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Member of Parliament Borys Wrzesnewskyj.
Andrey Parubiy was also received by the US Congress
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