Trudeau Makes Holocaust Statement Without Mentioning Jews – Thoughts, by Jamie Gilcig JAN 31, 2016

This week an uproar occurred when our newly minted rock star Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, issued a statement regarding the Holocaust.

Ottawa, Ontario
27 January 2016

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust:

“On this day, we pay tribute to the memory of the millions of victims murdered during the Holocaust. We honour those who survived atrocities at the hands of the Nazi regime, and welcome their courageous stories of hope and perseverance.

“The Holocaust is a stark reminder of the dangers and risks of allowing hate, prejudice, and discrimination to spread unchallenged. It also reminds us that silence must never be an option when humanity is threatened.

“As we pause to educate ourselves and our families on the bitter lessons of the Holocaust, we also strengthen our resolve to work with domestic and international partners to continue defending human rights and condemning intolerance.”


The Prime Minister of course does not issue these statements without filter.   This was not a tossed off comment in after a presser.

This was an official statement released on behalf of our head of state via his chosen people.  IE the ones that handle his words.

Choosing words is an art and science.   One word can make something sound weak, or harsh, or ignorant.   Omitting a word can do the same.  Mixing up words can mix up meanings.

While Mr. Harper and his former government had many faults, many many faults, so many faults that some think that Mr. Trudeau didn’t so much as win this election as compared to Canadians who simply wanted Mr. Harper out of power, his government would clearly have mentioned the Jewish people in such a statement in the same vein that you would mention the Armenian people that were exterminated and massacred by the Turks in their own Holocaust.

For any politician to mention the Holocaust, delivered to us via Nazi Germany, without mentioning the plight of the Jewish people can only be considered purposeful.      We’ve since seen some…..silliness coming from Stephane Dion’s office, but the reality is that the words have been spoken, and darn it, those secondary statements never seem to get the coverage that initial statements do.

If this was an error, and not too many reasonable people who understand how things work at the PMO think that, then that’s scary for our country, because clearly detail was neglected, and if it happens for something like this it can happen to any issue.

If it was done on purpose then a message was shared.  It was shared to Jews, to Muslims, to really crazy Jews & Muslims, and to just about everyone else.

At this time of the circus performances, of kicking people out of their meager homes in places like Toronto so landlords of hotels can rake in extra cash stuffing suffering refugees into those spaces each statement; each word, can mean much more than such simple words can.

The World is watching.  Our country is watching.   While Trudeau the Younger has some leeway in some instances, enough acts and words clearly show positions that many Canadians can and should be concerned about.

No political leader is perfect and no Canadian, even a partisan one, will always agree with the position of a leader or party, but the car show salesmenship that has marked the Trudeau election win, and led to victory over Stephen Harper has many Canadians scratching their heads.

Four years run quickly.   We should all be watching our Prime Ministers words, deeds, and actions.

If Mr. Trudeau really was sincere in his statement he might also look at the Province in which he has his seat in Government as they have been trampling the rights of English speaking Quebecers since right about the time he was born.

The trampling of those rights have led to an actual higher percentage of “refugees”, English, and French, out of the Province because of the trampling of rights that impact language, culture, health, education, and the ability to commerce.

Words are funny things.   What do you think dear CFN viewers?  You can post your comments below.



  1. Jamie the Armenian people went through a terrible genocide at the beginning of the 20th century and not one word about them until the Jewish people went through their genocide back in WWII under Hitler and there are so many truths hidden from the public and the history books don’t tell what really went on at all – everything is hidden just like Justine’s choice of words.

    People in Germany are ousted out of their homes for these so called refugees because not all are refugees – many are migrants. When Chancellor Merkel’s term is up she is finished – the German people have such a hate for her that I cannot even describe. I could see in a picture that the media posted about her and she looked like hell runneth over and in deep regret for opening her borders. I saw what the refugees posted on a statue in Paris of Charles De Gaule since I knew about that dirty word in Arabic and the French let these uncivilized people in to their land. I can go on and on like the energizer bunny but I too am more than fed up of the treatment that the refugees/migrants are giving the people of the host countries and so much more. I know what is coming Jamie I know and so does my husband know these people very well. Get ready folks I mean that.

  2. It is not uncommon for our so called leaders to omit key items in their statements it was not only the Jews,but also the Gypsy’s the Gays the French the Poles and many other who were murder by the Germany’s and yes he was in Error in his remarks I take exception to his remarks as well but what he did was not a crime but was in a crime is what the free world is doing by not getting Rid of ISIS and all other like minded folks who want to take over the world like the liars in Iran who believes they will live of the they word the creep in North Korea and the list goes on and on so Jamie although he was wrong it has miss statement it is not the end of the world, how many leaders said this was not so how many nations refused to accept the Jews, How many people still believe the Jews are evil after all they say we the Jews control the wealth in the world and we are only I believe 1% of the world population.

  3. That’s one long sentence to read.

    But seriously….getting rid of ISIS (or whatever they call themselves now) and others who crave world domination is not easy. It’s not as easy as waving a wand and they will simply disappear. They have an agenda and do their utmost to achieve that agenda.

  4. The extermination if ISIS may eventually resemble the holocaust, as Europe’s ghettos are neutron bombed out of existence in a few short years. Just sayin’.
    Justin is a effete, moslem loving, married {MODERATED} hag wife. It is well known that he (MODERATED} with Seamus the drunk and Ben Mulroney {MODERATED}. Will he join Obama in the Turkish Bath houses of Chicago for bit of slap and tickle time?

  5. And Canada has an agenda too – passivity, i.e. the promotion of dinny-ism! The mental weakness of practicing denial – look long enough the other way, and eventually it will go away, or it will take care of it’s self by it’s self. Such is the delusional hope of Canada. The Liberals sell it, we love to buy it – “lock, stock and barrel”. It’s good for the Canada imagine – smile for another selfie! Me first.

    Rom 1:28 “And even as they did not think fit to have God in their knowledge, God gave them up to a reprobate mind, to do the things not right….”.

  6. Mr. Katz the Jewish people have suffered immensely as well as the people that you have mentioned which is so very true and history hides everything and doesn’t tell the truth. ISIS has to be eliminated. I have been listening to videos with Shaun Hannity, Brigitte Gabriel (a former Lebanese Maronite Christian who loves Jews), Pamela Gheller and many others and even one Islamic man admitted that Islam does not mean peace but submission and their Quran insists that they must kill all non Muslims. We are in for one hell of a time and all westerners are not awake. In France on Charles De Gaule statue was marked “Nik France” and the word Nik is that famous four letter word that I will not interpret but I told my husband about it and he cursed about those refugee/migrants how they are treating host countries. Chancellor Merkel is finished – her career is gone as leader of Germany. I tell everyone here to wake up and I am not kidding. My husband is a Lebanese Maronite Christian and I know the mentality after more than 41 years and I am all for what the Zionist Israel is doing – people don’t know the truth and only given small pieces of information that is filtered out of the real news.

  7. 420 I can see that you have a very good sense of humor and even with Jamie’s moderation I am having a mighty good laugh here at my end. I love it. I read between the lines and get your message. LOL LOL. ROLF! I agree with you.

  8. Not surprised by our Hollywood North poster boy’s omission of the simple fact that the “victims” were overwhelming one specific group of human beings, Jews. How hypocritical to suggest that we maintain a commitment to condemning intolerance while at the same time offering virtually only moral support in the effort to eliminate ISIS. Canadians fought along side its allies against the Nazi regime of hate.

    Canadians voted for Justin and his concept of “change”. Canada’s official majority does however no longer represent me as a Canadian. Justin’s brand of cowardice and hypocrisy would have Canada’s vets from the 1st & 2nd World Wars rolling in their graves.

    Welcome to Justin’s Canada and “true change”.

  9. The new country that Justin is shaping should perhaps carry a new name. Liberals want to change the lyrics of the National Anthem, the way we vote and eliminate tradition in favour of what they promote as “inclusion”.

    How about “Canajust” to more accurately address the nations flip flopping attitudes, morals and convictions. While paying homage to the Liberal responsible for better representing the evolution of Canadians.

    Another possibility might be “Wishy Washy”. The translator converted this to French as “Washy Wishy” and it sounds like a possible native word or expression and therefore inclusive.

  10. David, you’ve written several times that you will soon be leaving Canada and moving to a government-free and tax-free paradise. What’s holding you back?

  11. I posted something earlier and Jamie didn’t post it and that is Canada is no longer mine under {MODERATED – Jules we have communicated on how you address certain people. } This is a real shame when you have a PM who knows absolutely nothing except how to smoke a joint. We are in a great deal of trouble.

    Not only that folks the newspaper business is soon to be over and I read it on from now to 2025. Here is the title so as you can research it for yourself if you know how to do that.

    Time for Ottawa to talk about future of Canada’s Fourth Estate, analyst says

    Do your research. You may laugh at what I say but I tell the truth. My husband said this evening that Canada and the rest of the world are heading to the third world status and I agreed fully and I have been saying that for many years. It is long overdo for people to wake up and know what is really going on. Under Justine Canada is in mighty big trouble. Before I sign off this one I have seen other people copy my nickname for Justine on line and I love it.

  12. Although opportunities abound in Syria due to a drop in population their vetting system is far superior in scope to ours. May have to look a Afghanistan as an alternative. Too many Canadians living in Lebanon. It would feel like I hadn’t gone anywhere.

    Hope that helps you Furtz with your apparent concern for my well being.

  13. David, where ever you decide to go, please choose your destination carefully. It might seem to you that Canada and Ontario have been transformed into Liberal hell-holes recently, but there are worse places on the planet to live. No matter where you move to, I wish you all the best in your new tax-free paradise.

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    True. You could live in Quebec…..

  15. I have friends and family who are quite content living in La Belle Province.

  16. Thank for your kind words Furtz and recognition of the situation that all Canadians are facing. While describing the Liberals achievements in such a disparaging manner is not likely considered politically correct, you are being honest. I respect that.

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