VIDEO: [Global News] Trudeau agrees with a report that claims ‘genocide’ has been committed against Indigenous women and girls in Canada. [Jun 3, 2019]
That’s what the Prime Minister of Canada says Canada is guilty of — the crime of crimes.
That’s what the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal called it, too, when passing judgment on Jean Kambanda, who oversaw the slaughter of more than 800,000 Tutsi and Hutu civilians in Rwanda in the Spring and Summer of 1994: “the crime of crimes.”
Said the tribunal: “Genocide constitutes the crime of crimes, which must be taken into account when deciding the sentence.”
Kambanda, like Justin Trudeau, was a prime minister. Like Justin Trudeau, too, he admitted he had facilitated genocide.
Unlike Justin Trudeau, Kambanda is now serving a life sentence.
Trudeau, however, has imposed a political sentence — on himself. On Tuesday, in Vancouver, he talked about the report released by the National Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls.
“It was genocide,” Trudeau said.
This article continues at [Toronto Sun] KINSELLA: Trudeau’s ‘genocide’ comment sparks international probe