Trudeau Fights Indigenous Children Payouts, Sends Billions For 3rd World Children’s Health

The Liberal’s 2021 budget includes an additional $1.4 billion for international assistance to be distributed by the World Bank, IMF, and African Development Bank.

“I promise to tell half the truth, and nothing but half the truth, so help me Justin Trudeau.”

If only Cultural Action Party were kidding about Canadian media. Want a concrete, tangible example? Here it is:

The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal had ruled that Ottawa[thats the Feds–not the Church] “willfully and recklessly” discriminated against Indigenous children living on reserves by failing to properly fund child and family services.

The neglect was found to have pushed many of the children into foster care, leading the tribunal in 2019 to order Ottawa to pay about $31,000 to each child removed from home.

“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government had appealed the judgment, but Canada’s Federal Court sided with the tribunal.”

Let us contrast this with the Liberal’s foreign aid policy. In June, 2021, PM Trudeau approved the spending of $100 million on global projects.

“The forum is looking to reverse the impact Covid-19 has had on women and girls, and seeking solutions that restore and exceed the gender equality gains lost to the pandemic.”

A mere drop in the bucket. In 2020, the Trudeau government increased Canada’s foreign development assistance by 7.7% over the previous year. The recent 2021 federal budget announced an additional $1.4 billion for international assistance over five years.

According to the Liberal government’s own data, the budget’s other foreign aid initiatives almost all involve transferring funds to the World Bank, International Monetary Fund and African Development Bank.

In 2019, Canada’s budget for international assistance total was $6.2 billion dollars. In February, 2021,  Cooperation Canada CEO Nicolas Moyer urged the government to increase its contribution to foreign aid to $7.8 billion.

Another financial fetish comes in the form of international support for LGBT communities. In February, 2019, the Liberal government announced funding of $30 million to support homosexual and gender identity agenda in developing countries.

Turns out it was just the beginning. Canadian tax-payers will fork over $10 million every year– as long as the Liberals are in power – to advance the homosexual agenda as part of their country’s international aid.

Another darling of Liberal foreign aid is found in abortion policy. In March, 2016, the Trudeau government allocated $81 Million to fund abortion in developing countries.

Check out this response: “to see Canada invest money in abortion and contraception, it’s an insult to the African people,” who are diametrically opposed to both. The news is “a terrible blow,” says Obianuju Ekeocha, founder of Culture of Life Africa.

Did you know? Abortion is against the law in Kenya, Niger, and other African nations. Bottom line– the Trudeau government are funding illegal abortion in Africa.

Stop the press. Actually, there is no need. Context for Justin Trudeau’s international giveaways has never reached the consciousness of our society. Unless one went looking for it.

What was it CAP stated about Trudeau from day one? That he cares far more about non-Canadians than the citizens of our country? Not that his exclusivity doesn’t apply toward special treatment for some communities.

The irony pervades the situation: Mr. Trudeau feigns to be a champion of human and civil rights. And he is– for racialized Canadians, 3rd World immigrants, homosexuals and the transgendered.

Flip the switch to First Nations, and say no-go. As it is for Anglophones and Christians. As exemplified in the microcosm herein presented:

The Liberal government fight payouts in court amounting to billions of dollars to First Nations children. Meanwhile, some $10 Billion big ones have been allocated over ten years to nations such as Somalia, Iraq, Sudan, Nigeria, Pakistan, Syria, Ethiopia, and India. For crying out loud– even China is on the list

READ MORE: Trudeau Increases Foreign Aid To China From 2015-2019

Meanwhile, on the media front, silence is golden. How to reconcile these facts? CAP will go first: Justin Trudeau is a globalist. These people care more about global affairs than domestic needs. Democracy is also secondary. To think that Canada may experience ten years of this dynamic in the form of PM Trudeau’s “leadership” of our nation.

Then again, it could be worse. The Liberal Party could never again lose a federal election. As a result, Canada continues indefinitely on a path paved with never-ending erosion of democratic governance.

— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder(Est. 2016)