Ahh, Hide Your Kids! Canada's Trudeau and California's Newsom Announce Unholy Climate Alliance

Nick Kangadis | June 10, 2022
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Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. What’s worse than one communist dictator? When two join together to combat a common enemy, which is the people.

Authoritarian Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a partnership with the state of California to combat climate control. And besides the statement on the Prime Minister’s official government website, Trudeau was joined by elitist California Gov. Gavin Newsom for a Twitter video making the announcement posted in the early morning minutes of Friday.

“Keeping our air clean, protecting our nature, and growing our economies — that’s what the new partnership between Canada and California focuses on,” Trudeau wrote in the caption of the video tweet, “and that’s what Governor @GavinNewsom and I are committed to.”

Of course these two would be chummy. Why wouldn’t two of the most detestable politicians on the planet — with both Trudeau and Newsom listed as two of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) preferred leaders — be friends and find each other mutually beneficial?

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The statement itself, titled the “Canada-California Climate Action and Nature Protection Partnership,” notes that with the agreement “our governments will fight climate change, protect nature, advance equity and create jobs and thriving businesses. Trudeau and Newsom also consider their previously mentioned “partnership” as “an example to the world.”

It’s surprising that the both of the heads that house such large egos could fit into the same shot.

Also according to the statement:

Canada and California have much to offer each other, in sharing information and best practices, collaborating on policy and regulation, and pursuing mutually beneficial joint initiatives. From clean technology and biodiversity conservation, to zero emission transportation and a circular economy, the Partnership will deliver for our citizens and deepen our economic partnership. Together, we can fight climate change and protect nature while building inclusive, thriving economies that work for everyone, especially disadvantaged communities that are most impacted by climate change.

What does the above portion of the joint statement mean? Well, don’t expect gas prices in California or Canada to go down anytime soon.

It’ll be interesting to see the results this unholy union produces.


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