Trudeau to veterans: ‘Forever in your debt’ but this year’s Remembrance Day ‘will be different’

Trudeau to veterans: 'Forever in your debt' but this year's Remembrance Day 'will be different' 1

 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced new funding for veteran organizations, and says Remembrance Day 'will be different.'

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45 Comments on "Trudeau to veterans: ‘Forever in your debt’ but this year’s Remembrance Day ‘will be different’"

  1. Not Entirely Apathetic | November 10, 2020 at 1:05 PM | Reply

    I thought this guy said the veterans are asking for more than we can give. Not what he told WE is it. It is however what he told the auditor general.

  2. Rusty Peterson | November 10, 2020 at 1:26 PM | Reply

    In other words 20 mil. in his friends pockets, just like WE, SNC and so many others

  3. Trudeau will support veterans as long as he doesn’t have to give veterans actual money as opposed to giving money to organizations.

  4. So he’s gonna pay-off his buddies shiny-new front companies instead of putting cash in Vet’s pockets. Gotcha.

  5. They’re asking for too much. We don’t have it. Justin Trudeau

  6. it’s easy for him to talk highly of veterans, however following through and actually doing something to benefit them has yet to be seen.

  7. He destroyed WE documents that were legally requested. He didn’t say no to them ever. He says to veterans we don’t have more to give to them. Moron.

  8. Tanya Plamondon | November 10, 2020 at 2:47 PM | Reply

    Because of Trudeau, Canada will also be forever in debt!

  9. Lol Trudeau: ‘Forever in your debt’ but this year its “you’re forever in debt $”.

  10. Ken Shackleton | November 10, 2020 at 3:11 PM | Reply

    Trudeau really meant to say that the veterans will be “forever in debt” due to his irresponsible spending.

  11. My grandfather was a ww2 vet , he couldn’t stand Trudeau’s father.

    • KingInTheNorth | November 10, 2020 at 3:37 PM | Reply

      Lol your grandfather has an opinion. Others liked him lol

    • @KingInTheNorth He fought (like many) so you could have opinions and not be censored. I used to live in Hong Kong as an expat, when I came home I was shocked to see Justin acting like Carrie Lam.

    • Rugved Kulkarni | November 10, 2020 at 4:13 PM | Reply

      @xodus xyz Why did he not like Pierre Trudeau? I just want to know.

    • @Rugved Kulkarni At 24 years old he refused to serve and rode around Montreal on a motorcycle with a German Helmet. Could that be it ? Justin prefers parading around in Blackface. Both Narcs!

    • @Rugved Kulkarni He died a year before I was born, it’s secondhand knowledge from my mother. I have my own ideas why but i would just be speculating. He was Irish and married a French girl so who knows? lol

  12. Veterans fought for our freedoms. They fought tyranny, such as we see in Canada and around the world. Shame on our government for being complicit with those who do not have our best interests in mind.

  13. Post announcement – Sorry Vet’s as it turns out we don’t have the money after all…we gave it all away to special interest groups.

  14. I’ll be going to the cenotaph to honour Canada’s veterans.

  15. SOSintheseLastdayZ | November 10, 2020 at 3:20 PM | Reply

    Why does this clown always sound like he’s reading from a children’s book…cringe

  16. Johnna Campbell | November 10, 2020 at 3:22 PM | Reply

    What a joke!

  17. “Forever in their debt.” “But they are asking for more than we can give.” Words are wind eh.

  18. “We’re forever in your debt but also you’re asking for too much.” – JT

  19. You cannot gather to pay respects for those who fought for our freedom (because you are no longer free)

  20. This will be the last year for many veterans.

    This is a shame and blemish on canadian history we aren’t honouring these vets as they should be

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