MADDEAUX: Trudeau selling out Canadian values dealing with China

When some fool issues a dire warning about more pipelines getting blown up, the police should be banging on the door of his mansion to have a serious chat with him.

And if that guy spews his reckless rant to the public — talk that could put lives and property at risk — a case could be made that he’s guilty of causing potential incitement.

Just because that guy is David Suzuki doesn’t mean he should get a pass.

In fact, this public figure should be held to stricter standards because he’s in a position to influence people, although with his abysmal track record why he has any credibility left is a mystery.

“There are going to be pipelines blowing up if our leaders don’t pay attention to what’s going on,” Suzuki told CHEK News Saturday.

Shockingly, no one asked him to explain exactly what he meant, or to clarify if he is condoning violent destruction.

A Canadian who truly cared about the welfare of others and the environment would urge filthy terrorists — and that’s what anyone who blows pipelines up is — not to carry out criminal acts. But no, Suzuki didn’t do that.

Suzuki made the comments in Victoria during an Extinction Rebellion Vancouver Island protest named Funeral for the Future. Hundreds of people were in attendance.

“I saw the power of civil disobedience,” said Suzuki. “People in Extinction Rebellion are saying we’re headed in a direction of extinction and we’re rebelling against it. That’s why I’m here.”

Extinction Rebellion peddles itself as a global environmental movement claiming to use nonviolent civil disobedience to force government to take action on this climate change hysteria that has morphed into a multi-billion-dollar industry that’s making a few people, including Suzuki, obscenely wealthy.

Yet, it seems, no one with Extinction Rebellion took issue with Suzuki’s talk about blowing up pipelines, even though there may have been —likely were — unstable people in the crowd just itching to play with explosives.

Suzuki exploited the horrific devastation suffering from floods and mudslides by bleating about climate change without offering any proof this is what caused the severe storms.

Some people never miss an opportunity to play on fears when devastated people are at their most vulnerable.

But this self-appointed guru, mysteriously hailed as a renowned environmental activist, wasn’t finished.

According to Suzuki, you and your children will have to start living without fresh fruits and vegetables.

It’s all for the greater good.

Suzuki figures that altering the food supply chain to cut fossil fuel emissions is necessary.

“We cannot go on having a food chain that is 6,000 or 7,000 miles long,” he said. “We’re a northern country, why the hell are we able to buy fresh tomatoes and lettuce and fresh fruit 12 months a year? We’ve got to start living in a way that reflects the place that we live.

“My whole message here?  It’s that so long as we cling to the models or systems that we’ve built our laws, our politics, and our economics — as long as we cling to those — as being more important than everything else? We’re hooped.”

No, we’re hooped if we give any credence to the likes of Suzuki, a Canadian version of the shameless charlatan Al Gore. These people don’t practice what they preach and get stinking rich doing it.

This multi-millionaire Suzuki appears to think it’s OK for him to cling to his opulent lifestyle that boasts of multi-million-dollar properties.

Are they all solar-powered? Does he put on an extra sweater to stay warm?

Have his children and grandchildren forsaken fruits and vegetables to save the planet?

Does he live anywhere near one of those pipelines that may be blown up because of his careless words?

Of course not.

In his doomsday book, It’s a Matter of Survival, Suzuki — a father of five — lamented an overpopulated earth because people were…having children.

“There are too many of us, we consume too much, we pollute too much,” he wrote.

Anyone else would be scorched as racist for this: “One Indian is born every 1.2 seconds, that’s 72,000 a day, the entire population of Canada in one year.”

What elitist audacity to opine on how many children people in India or any nation should have.

For someone so righteous, Suzuki has had no problem taking cash from questionable sources, including millions of dollars from U.S. benefactors including the Tides Foundation which is funded by George Soros, who is devoted to destabilizing countries and has been under investigation by the Canada Revenue Agency.

Canadians must be wary of individuals — fraudster hypocrites — who have no interest in preserving or improving their quality of life.

And those who chatter carelessly about blowing things up should be held accountable. Swiftly.

Or is it careless chatter?

Is Suzuki above the law?

Slobodian is the Senior Manitoba Columnist for the Western Standard

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