Trudeau doles out $66 million to a consulting firm that loves the Chinese “basic dictatorship”
The Liberal government doled out some $66 million to consulting firm McKinsey & Company, a firm notorious for its support of China and for advocating the “outsourcing” of domestic jobs to China because it’s a “win-win” scenario.
Remember how then-Liberal leader Justin Trudeau (Papineau) told a women’s event in Montreal back in November 2013 how much he loved China because it was a “basic dictatorship” that could make things happen, like really fast?
The host of the event asked Trudeau which nation he admired most. He infamously responded: “There’s a level of admiration I actually have for China. Their basic dictatorship is actually allowing them to turn their economy around on a dime.”
In the 1930s, with the world in the grip of a global depression, there were scores of prominent idiots who proclaimed their same admiration for Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany because it had apparently solved the worldwide jobs crisis by building highways and damns.
A lot of Asian Canadians — many of whom had escaped the tyranny of China’s basic dictatorship — objected to Trudeau’s perceptions of the world and called his remarks “foolish.”
Well, Trudeau was never properly taken to task for making those foolish remarks, even as he continues to be played like a fiddle by China. When confronted with the slaughter of the Uyghurs at the G-20 summit in Bali, Trudeau couldn’t even call their extermination a genocide.
Maybe that’s why Trudeau has been spending so much money seeking the advice of McKinsey & Company and why the prime minister appointed Liberal insider Dominic Barton as Canada’s ambassador to China. Barton was the former Global Managing Partner for McKinsey.