Trudeau has Enabled the Murder of Canadians by Iran

Written By Daniel Bordman, Posted on October 26, 2020

On Wednesday October 21st, Mehdi Amin, an outspoken dissident of the Islamic Republic of Iran, was found murdered in his home.  As of yet, there are no major leads or suspects that we know of, so the motive behind his murder is unclear. However, there are good reasons that we should not rule out the possibility that Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) was involved in the murder.  

In December 2018 parliament passed a motion to declare the entire IRGC a terrorist organization, however, Trudeau has dragged his feet on the matter and has yet to do so. It should be noted that Justin Trudeau has connections to Iran through his brother and advisor Alexandre “Sacha” Trudeau, who used to work for Press TV making pro Iran propaganda documentaries.

The IRGC has a history of being involved in international terrorism before from the AMIA bombing in Argentina, the Mykonos restaurant in Germany and the long list of assassinations of political dissidents done by the regime over the years.

We also know that Iranian proxy Hezbollah is active here in Canada, as they were caught scouting out Toronto’s Pearson airport for a potential attack.

Mehdi Amin had a history of opposing the Islamic Republic, it’s terrorist allies and what he saw as their Western sympathizers like Majid Johari and the Iranian Canadian Congress (ICC).

Circled in red: Mehdi Amin

Circled in red: Mehdi Amin

As someone who knew Mehdi Amin I found the news extra shocking considering his character.  Mehdi was a very kind and soft spoken man, not the type of person who would get into an argument that would escalate towards murder.

Again, while there is no evidence to suggest that this was an assassination, it would fit within the pathology of the Islamic Republic as they are not opposed to these actions.

The real problem for Canadians is that Justin Trudeau and his ideological compatriots have enabled this type of behaviour constantly throughout his tenure as Prime Minister. Most notable was earlier this year when the IRGC shot down flight 752 killing 63 Canadians.  I broke the story providing the evidence to prove that the flight was shot down intentionally, but unfortunately the Liberals and the media were unwilling to listen. 

After the Islamic Republic of Iran Murdered 63 Canadians, not only did Trudeau fail to put any legitimate pressure on the regime, he literally bowed down to their Foreign Affairs (propaganda) Minister Javid Zarif. 

Foreign Affairs Minister Javid Zarif.

Foreign Affairs Minister Javid Zarif.

The enabling of terrorism under Trudeau goes much further. After the death of Qassem Soleimani, who was officially listed as a terrorist under Canadian law, many people showed up to support the dead terrorist mastermind. A counter protester was even assaulted by a terrorist supporter in front of the police, who did nothing about it. 

Terrorist supporters in Canada have almost no fear of this government. For example, the head of a fringe antisemitic organization CD4HR put up a video of himself holding a flag advocating on behalf of Hezbollah, a listed terrorist entity, and there was no response from the authorities. 

There is a reason that the IRGC chose to shoot down a plane full of Canadians, with no Americans on board. They knew that the death of an American would result in retaliation and the murder of 63 Canadians would not phase Trudeau. They learned that after the arbitrarily detained and the “suicided” Kavous Seyed-Emami, a Canadian professor.

We may never know who murdered Mehdi Amin, but it is fair to say that if it was the IRGC, a Trudeau government would not do anything about it. They let 63 Canadians get murdered on the world stage, what is one more to them.

Daniel Bordman

Daniel is the host of political satire show Uninterrupted, runs multiple podcasts and has written for a variety of publications. Daniel is also the communications coordinator of the Canadian Antisemitism Education Foundation. You can find him on Twitter here. Uninterrupted on YouTube

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