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Does Trudeau Want NAFTA Negotiations
To Fail?

Trudeau Does he want NAFTA to Fail   Lake Superior News
#LSN_Opinion  he wants to run in 2019 against the U.S., and use the failure of NAFTA negotiations as an excuse 

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  -  October 29, 2017   (LSN)  Many are starting to think that he wants to run in 2019 against the U.S., and use the failure of NAFTA negotiations as an excuse to sell Canada out to China and his globalist elite buddies.

There’s been much talk about how the Trump Administration wants NAFTA to fail. This talk is likely correct, as Trump has made no secret of his desire to end NAFTA – which he calls the worst trade deal of all time.

However, there has been almost no discussion of another likely possibility: Justin Trudeau wants NAFTA to fail as well.

Consider this: Canada’s economy is already expected to slow down dramatically heading into 2019. The rising burden of debt, taxes, regulations, cancelled investments, and record-high household debt is putting Canada in a fragile position.

If NAFTA was renegotiated and continued, and Canada fell into recession or stagnation in 2019, Trudeau would be at serious risk of losing the election, as he would be seen as responsible for Canada’s economic struggles.

But, if NAFTA fails and the Canadian economy falls into recession, Trudeau may be able to blame the United States, which would give him some additional political room he wouldn’t have otherwise.

Also, Trudeau has been clear that he wants Canada to be dominated by China. His approval of China taking over numerous Canadian companies – including companies with serious implications for Canada’s national security and the security of our allies – combined with his fawning comments about China’s “basic dictatorship,” reveals that he would like to make Canada an economic colony of China, rather than a nation that stands on our own two feet.

As you can see in the Twitter poll below, many people agree that Trudeau wants NAFTA to fall apart 

10:15 PM - Oct 27, 2017
84%     Yes
5%       No
11%     Not sure
1,022 votes • Final results

 

Spencer Fernando

Spencer Fernando Lake Superior News

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