Trudeau is the ter­ror­ists’ use­ful id­iot

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - BRIAN MCHUGH Elmira, On­tario

The West is in a world­wide war with ter­ror­ism and has been for many years (“The trav­esty of re­ward­ing a ter­ror­ist,” Web, July 23). A global bat­tle such as this is not just a “do­mes­tic squab­ble,” as stated by Cana­dian Prime Min­is­ter Justin Trudeau.

Mr. Trudeau is the Neville Cham­ber­lain of our time, more than will­ing to ne­go­ti­ate and even richly re­ward the en­e­mies of the West. He has in­sulted every sin­gle mem­ber of the Cana­dian Armed Forces by re­ward­ing ter­ror­ist Omar Khadr.

Mr. Trudeau serves only him­self while our young sol­diers serve their coun­try by plac­ing their lives on the line to de­fend Cana­di­ans from ter­ror­ists.

He is a use­ful id­iot for an enemy who will not stop at­tack­ing the West un­til we are all de­stroyed. This prime min­is­ter needs to de­cide if he is on the side of free­dom or the side of ter­ror­ists.

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