Justin Trudeau is a mascot of everything that is wrong with the world today. From being at the forefront of encouraging every degeneracy to welcoming radicalism into his homeland, from cheap gimmicks of tokenism to attempts at creating a culture of politically correct absurdities, the stink of his leftist hypocrisy wafts far and wide. As citizen of India, I could not care less if the elected leader of Canada seeks to drive his nation to the dumps. But where it has an adverse effect on my country is where I choose to draw the line.
Trudeau will be in Amritsar on the 21st of February, and according to some reports, he has refused to meet the Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh. No official reason has been cited, but it is believed that this move of Trudeau’s is aimed at appeasing pro-Khalistani Sikhs in Canada. Captain Amarinder, despite belonging to the Congress Party which has a dismal record in protecting India’s sovereignty, has been a vocal critic of the Khalistan movement.
The Khalistani movement was brought to the mainstream when the then prime minister Indira Gandhi allegedly propped up secessionist Bhindrawale to curb the growing popularity of the Akalis in Punjab. It was a typical Congress Party move, sacrificing national security at the altar of short-term electoral gains. But the movement fast became Indira’s Frankenstein, and the rest, including how she lost her life, is history. Cut to the present times, and the only surviving proponents of the Khalistan movement now reside in Canada. These cowards, including one who made it to Trudeau’s cabinet, have unsuccessfully attempted to fuel the movement from the comfort of their Canadian homes.