June 13, 2024

Things are cooking off in Canada after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and seemingly every member of the nation’s parliament gave a standing ovation to a 98-year-old former member of the Waffen SS. 


The scandal emerged on Sunday when Yaroslav Hunka was honored in an attempt to virtue signal for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who also was in attendance and applauded the former nazi. Despite Speaker Anthony Rota announcing that Hunka had fought the Russians during the Second World War, no one in the room put two and two together, or if they did, they didn’t care. 

Now, Rota has issued a formal apology and resigned his post.

It doesn’t take much of a leap to come to the conclusion that Rota is just the fall guy here. After all, it was actually Trudeau who was reported to have met with Hunka first and then arranged his presence in parliament for the standing ovation. Both the prime minister and Rota are members of the Liberal Party of Canada, which I’m sure made that conversation very interesting when it came time to decide who was going down.


For the record, Trudeau is truly a coward. He’s always looked to pass the buck despite his disastrous (and in some cases, tyrannical) tenure as prime minister. In this case, if he really was the one who invited Hunka, he should be the one resigning. That he’s not doing so speaks volumes.

Unfortunately, nations get what they vote for, and what Canada voted for was a communist-loving weasel who thinks China is a model for the world. Perhaps the voters there will think twice before putting the Liberals back in charge and re-elevating Trudeau. More likely, though, they keep putting him back in power because Canada is just that far gone.

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