UK Foreign Office: “Freedom of expression, assembly and freedom of the press undermined in leaderless Canada”

Country Report from the UK Foreign Office says Soros has too much influence over Trudeau

According to the Canadian constitution, freedom of assembly and association, freedom of expression and freedom of the press are guaranteed in the country. In practice, however, these rights are largely nullified. This is the conclusion reached by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the United Kingdom in its current Country Report for Canada.

The guarantee of certain fundamental rights are the indicators of a constitutional state. These include freedom of assembly and association, freedom of expression and freedom of the press. States, governments and regimes that do not allow the exercise of these rights or try to curtail or undermine them by any kind of measures are abandoning the rule of law. They take on more or less strong dictatorial traits.

One state that wants to be a constitutional state in the form of a democracy is Canada. But since the sole ruler Trudeau (with his loyal NDP lapdogs) de facto eliminated the opposition and all his critics there, the republic has mutated into a dictatorship. The country’s media are completely in line, according to the latest situation report on Canada from the Foreign Office. News is only reported in a pro-government and pro-government manner. Alternative press voices have been silenced or can only spread through alternative media.

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Unsurprising to Canadians, the report questions who is actually in charge.  “It is unlikely Prime Minister Trudeau, with his short workdays, performs his function of Prime Minister in whole.”  The Prime Minister’s close dealings with the Agha Khan and George Soros are described as “uncomfortably influential” with Justin Trudeau.

The report was completed before Sir Philip Barton was appointed Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Head of Her Majesty’s Diplomatic Service at the beginning of September, but in a statement Sir Philip described the Canadian judiciary as “largely dysfunctional” and partly politically influenced. “In addition, individual judges were suspended or transferred after controversial decisions, whereupon other judges came to politically opportune results against the same defendants.” In other words, those who do not act as the regime wants will lose their job.

Prohibiting gatherings, censoring and criminalizing critics – these are all indicators that speak against a constitutional state, that is the essence of the situation reported by the Foreign Office.

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