Hypocrisy: Trudeau tells Canadians to ‘stand up against racism, discrimination, and xenophobia’ but won’t acknowledge Uyghur genocide


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau released a statement on Sunday for the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, urging Canadians to “stand up against racism, discrimination, and xenophobia, whenever and wherever they occur.” Trudeau’s statement includes various hand-picked examples of how the Trudeau Liberals have dedicated themselves to fighting systemic inequalities in Canada. What the statement obviously forgets to mention is the Trudeau government’s weakness on the global stage in the face of China. Apparently, “wherever and whenever they occur” does not include Xinjiang, China, right now. The genocide of the Uyghur population by the Chinese government has triggered international outcry, with one thinktank finding that the CCP is breaching every single article in the United Nations genocide convention.

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