Sometimes, leaders must show aggression, anger, and resolve. Trudeau only shows weakness and submission.
While Canada descends into mob-rule anarchy, Justin Trudeau continues his pathetic globe-trotting adventures.
And one of the most disgraceful moments of his time in office just happened.
Trudeau has pictured meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif, the foreign minister of the same regime that murdered 57 Canadians when it shot down a Ukrainian Airlines plane.
“Not a good look to see PM Trudeau with smiling FM Zarif of Iran after Canadians killed at the hands of Iranian incompetence and malice on Ukrainian plane- not to mention the innocent Iranian protestors‘ killed.”
“Yesterday he was shaking hands with a PM whose country puts gay people in jail, today he’s upped his game to shaking the hand of the Iranian FM whose country executes gay people. Truly flexible morales and beliefs.”
A leader is supposed to defend their country. And sometimes that means showing anger, showing aggression, and refusing to be cordial with someone who just committed a crime against your country and your people.
Instead, Trudeau shows weakness, submission, and acts like everything is alright.
Since you and I know how big a role image plays on the world stage, we know that Iran will be loving the image Trudeau has created. With his friendliness and refusal to get angry or get tough, Trudeau seems to be absolving Iran of their crimes, and it will be a huge propaganda win for the brutal Iranian regime.
Another pathetic failure by Justin Trudeau.