Justin Trudeau has been working assiduously to invoke the ghost of Stephen Harper, but this week the ghost himself appeared, no Liberal conjuring needed….There was the former prime minister, in a full-page ad in The New York Times, offering a full-throated endorsement of Donald Trump.
The Star’s article referred to Harper’s support for President Trump’s scrapping the Iranian deal, a deal that enabled Iran to expand its regional and global support of terrorism. Iran’s Supreme leader, the Ayatollah Khamenei, has vowed to destroy America and has called any promotion of negotiations treason. Khamenei has also promoted a nine-point plan to annihilate the “barbaric” state of Israel.
The deal saw billions pumped into the rogue state of Iran’s coffers, which it used to advance its proxies globally and expand its nuclear capability. “55,000 pages of documents and 183 CD’s revealed that Iran hid an atomic archive of documents on its nuclear program.” Iran has been “blatantly lying” as it developed its nuclear program.
Yet Trudeau “delivered a thinly veiled rebuke to the Trump administration and Israel over their opposition to the Iran nuclear deal.” It is difficult to imagine that any mentally competent individual could possibly deem the rogue state of Iran to be trustworthy. This leaves one to reason that there are other variables at work. For instance: