Wacky Canadian leader Justin Trudeau angrily denounced Donald Trump for the deaths of the innocent passengers on the Ukrainian passenger jet blown up by mistake by an Iranian missile, saying this was caused by the US assassination of Iranian Quds General Qasem Soleimani. The General was targeted by a Hellfire missile fired from an American Reaper drone in retaliation for his role in the deaths of hundreds of US servicemen from roadside IEDs and other explosive devices which he had supplied to Iran’s proxies in Iraq, and for his role in the attack on the US embassy in Baghdad.
Trudeau also blamed dead British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Allied soldiers during World War 2, including hundreds of Canadian soldiers who fell during the Battle of Monte Cassino in 1944. “If Churchill had not declared war on Germany, those men would still be alive”, he said. “Or they would be dead through old age but not from war injuries”, he added.
“When will people realise that going to war isn’t the solution to the world’s problems?”