Tonight on The Ezra Levant Show, Manny Montenegrino, President of ThinkSharp Inc and former Stephen Harper lawyer, shares his thoughts on the current state of Canada's foreign affairs and domestic challenges in a special longform interview.
Trudeau's handling of international relations and domestic issues has left Canada in a precarious position. One of the most significant international blunders was Trudeau's mishandling of relations with India.
The pair discuss how India, with its growing population and democratic foundations, has the potential to be a significant global player, especially as a counterweight to China.
However, Trudeau's actions, such as picking unnecessary fights with India, have left Canada isolated on the world stage.
Another international debacle was Trudeau's misguided response to a Nazi incident in parliament. Instead of taking responsibility, Trudeau scapegoated others, a pattern observed in Trudeau's leadership.
Both discuss how Trudeau frequently deflects blame for his mistakes onto others, eroding trust in his leadership.
Turning to domestic issues, they talk about the recent march, where parents protested against radical gender ideology being taught to their children in schools.
Trudeau's response was to label them as transphobic and homophobic, failing to acknowledge legitimate concerns. Montengrino emphasized the importance of open discussion and how Trudeau's divisive rhetoric stifles constructive dialogue.
Furthermore, Trudeau's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, with actions such as using the Emergencies Act against peaceful protesters, eroded Canadians' rights and freedoms.
Trudeau's foreign policy blunders and divisive rhetoric have left Canada in a vulnerable position internationally, while domestically, his dismissive approach to legitimate concerns is causing unrest among Canadians.
Canada, once a principled and strong nation, now faces challenges that threaten its standing on the global stage and the unity of its people.