Justin Trudeau plans to make an absurd apology to the Jewish community 80 years after Canada turned Jews away – 80 years after many of them were murdered.

Canada’s Prime Minister During WWII

During the Holocaust, the prime minister of Canada was William Lyon Mackenzie King. He turned away 907 German Jews instead of letting them into Canada. He took away freedom and safety from these desperate souls. Many were sent straight back to their death. Because the prime minister’s policy regarding taking in Jewish refugees was “none is too many.”

And in Canada, there is still a statue of him. Why is he considered a hero? Mackenzie King and his liberals are responsible for so many deaths. Where were there moral standards?

Justin Trudeau and His Apology

And now, 80 years after the horrendous Canadian decision, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau decides it would be appropriate to make an official apology to the Jewish community. That apology will be an empty and meaningless apology.

Trudeau on Gaza

Trudeau’s actions and words show that he does not even care about the greater Jewish community. He criticized Israel in May as Gaza terrorists tried to destroy Israel and her people. Instead of standing with the one democracy in the Middle East, he sided with the terrorists. He publicly denounced Israel as he said, “Reported use of excessive force and live ammunition is inexcusable. It is imperative we establish the facts of what is happening in Gaza. Canada calls for an immediate independent investigation to thoroughly examine the facts on the ground – including any incitement, violence, and the use of excessive force.”

Israel just tries to protect her borders. Is Trudeau really too ignorant to see that?

Commemorating the Holocaust

The prime minister of Canada even fails to mention the Jewish people when he speaks of the Holocaust. It has happened more than once.

Trudeau can make any apologies he wants to the Jewish community – but they mean nothing.

Let’s see the prime minister ACTUALLY stand with the Jewish people – in words and actions.