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Justin Trudeau’s Masterclass On How to Alienate Friends and Land in Diplomatic Soup

Justin Trudeau’s Masterclass On How to Alienate Friends and Land in Diplomatic Soup

  • As Canadians wake up to the wokeism of the “Liberal” prime Minister and his NDP ally Jagmeet Singh, the days of Khalistan operatives and their criminal operations in the country may be numbered.

One international controversy is enough to damage a delicately balanced government like Trudeau’s, yet the Canadian House of Commons has devolved into a veritable international geopolitical circus. 

Last year, Chinese Premier Xi Jinping publicly reprimanded Trudeau for leaking the essence of their conversation caught on a Canadian pool cam on the sides of the G-20 in Indonesia. This year’s G-20 has new global gaffes by Trudeau – showcasing a combined theatrical capability of Tom Cruise and Jim Carrey accomplishing a ‘mission impossible’ of unmasking the weak links of Canada’s global stature.

As two back-to-back recent events in the Canadian House of Commons have demonstrated, Canada’s cutting-edge security apparatus is shielding shady elements who find refuge as undercover operatives or underground fugitives masquerading as plumbers and war heroes.

As we discover in the saga below — in Canada, a Plumber could be a code word for Terrorist, and a Celebrated War Veteran Hero could turn out to be a Nazi.

Nijjar the Plumber 

This year’s G-20 summit again brought the heady mix of Justin Trudeau in India leading to a dramatic aftermath with another “egg on Canada” debacle. Instead of building allyship with the emergent power and host country, India, he began insinuations without evidence, that Indian operatives were involved in the killing of a Canadian citizen Hardeep Singh Nijjar on Canadian soil. 

“Canadian security agencies have been actively pursuing credible allegations of a potential link between agents of the government of India and the killing of a Canadian citizen, Hardeep Singh Nijjar,” Trudeau stated. It all sounds mundane, but things are not always what they seem to be.

It all began with Hardeep Singh Nijjar who was shot dead in Surrey, British Columbia, on June 18, 2023. The media described him as an ordinary plumber who was also a religious leader and president of the local Sikh temple. In a reel meets real life, Nijjar’s undercover blue-collar life as an ordinary plumber hid a dark reality mirroring Arthur Bishop in “The Mechanic,” where his mundane profession hides his elite assassin identity. 

Nijjar began his insurgency career in India, where he joined the Khalistan Tiger Force – a leading separatist group in the state of Punjab in northwestern India, bordering Pakistan and a hot spot for Pakistani interference since the 1980s.

Is Canada the New Pakistan?

Nijjar’s saga is worthy of a Bollywood plot or a sequel to “X-Men Origins: Wolverine.”  In 1997, Nijjar fled to Canada with a counterfeit passport, was apprehended by the Toronto authorities, and, in response, filed an asylum claim citing harassment in India. When his asylum request was denied, he arranged a sham marriage to a Canadian woman to circumvent immigration laws. That, too, failed, but eventually, the Canadian government granted him citizenship and a shiny Canadian passport.

Since then, it would seem Nijjar, the Plumber, had been up to no good and had been implicated by India in several acts of terror. These include planning the 2007 bombing of a cinema in Ludhiana, the 2009 assassination of notable Sikh politician Rulda Singh, a plot to murder Hindu religious leader Kamaldeep Sharma in Jalandhar, involvement in a temple explosion in Patiala in 2010, and several other assassinations. In 2015, it was alleged that Pakistan’s Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) agency utilized Nijjar to assist in setting up a training camp for Khalistan militants near Mission, British Columbia. 

In fact, available sources show that Nijjar was also used for lethal covert operations by the Canadian Secret Service – as attested by his son – and was also designated a terrorist by India in 2020 for his evil deeds. Trudeau mourning the scandalous Nijjar on the international stage, toppled a series of diplomatic dominoes, his government ensnarement with shady elements and exposing loopholes in Canadian immigration policies. 

If India takes a firmer stance, the largely law-abiding diaspora Sikhs will most likely publicly disown Khalistanis as a separate breed to stay in India’s good books while keeping their visas to India active.

Bangladesh climbed the bandwagon and sided with “mature” India and reminded Canada about the ongoing discussions about extraditing Noor Chaudhary, the self-confessed assassin of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Foreign Minister of Bangladesh Abdul Momen called Canada a hub of all murderers saying, “The murderers can go to Canada, take shelter and have a wonderful life while those they killed – their relatives are suffering.”

No wonder Trudeau could only get cursory remarks by the “Five Eyes” and was clearly cold-shouldered by Prime Minister Modi. Not only did Trudeau receive a dressing down from India’s neighbor, Sri Lanka but he also seemed to have faced admonitions by the usually mild-mannered President Biden at the G20, as discussed in some Canadian podcasts. Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minister Ali Sabry told Indian media outlet ANI that “terrorists have found safe haven in Canada.” 

To add insult to injury, Trudeau had to overstay his visit to India due to a malfunctioning plane, making him look increasingly like the much-ridiculed Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who had a similar incident during a trip. What are the odds that Canada, a country in North America, would start resembling a banana dictatorship like Pakistan harboring wanted terrorists and terrorist training camps?

Those Who Forget History 

While the above incident seems like bad press for Indo-Canadian relationships and trade deals, the Trudeau government did not waste time following up with a worthy Act II. What could beat the excitement of a Khalistan Terrorist masquerading as a Plumber? The answer came a week later with a WW II Nazi Criminal feted as a War Hero!

One week after “The Plumber” was mentioned in the Canadian House of Commons, Yaroslav Hunka, another Canadian with an even shinier Canadian Passport, was presented as a Celebrated War Veteran in front of Ukrainian President  Zelensky. Hunka was described as a Hero from Ukraine who had fought the Russians during World War II. 

Did the Canadian Parliamentarians not know that Russia and Canada were allies — fighting the Nazis in World War II? How could they forget this while standing up and celebrating the Nazi Hunka with not one but two rounds of standing ovations?  

During WW II, Hunka was a 14th Waffen-SS Grenadier Division member, a voluntary unit under the Nazis with predominantly ethnic Ukrainians. Allegations have been made against members of this division for the murder of Polish and Jewish civilians. 

While Canadian truckers in the Freedom Convoy protesting the COVID-19 restrictions were called “Nazis” by Trudeau’s government and disbursed using violent force – an actual Nazi-like Hunka is being housed in Canada and celebrated as a WW II War Veteran Hero. This, in a nutshell, is Canada under Trudeau.

Nijjar and the Nazi

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Another common theme between the Plumber and the Celebrated War Veteran Hero is that they are both responsible for killing Canadian citizens. Yet, the Canadian government, instead of punishing them, chooses to glorify them and, in the process, aggravate several countries, adding Israel, Russia and Poland to the growing list.

Poland’s Education Minister Czarnek tweeted that he wants to extradite the former Nazi officer who was honored in Canada’s House of Commons. “In view of the scandalous events in the Canadian Parliament, which involved honoring a member of the criminal Nazi SS Galizien Formation in the presence of Zelensky, I have taken steps toward the possible extradition of this man to Poland,” he said. 

There’s a growing sentiment among several nations that Canada’s extradition stance is an excuse and especially its abolitionist position against the death penalty, is becoming a protective shield for criminals.

Nijjar was responsible for the deadliest terrorist attack as part of the Khalistan Terror movement, killing 329 people on Air India Flight 182 from Toronto to London on June 23, 1985 – an attack forever etched in Canadian history as a mass murder of 268 Canadian, 27 British and 24 Indian citizens. On the other hand, Hunka as a part of the 14th Waffen Grenadier Division of the Nazi SS actively participated in the genocide and “crimes against humanity during the Holocaust,” according to Canada’s Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center. 

Canada’s lax stance with Nazi war criminals has come unraveled during these short few weeks. Given that 42,042 men and women of Canada’s armed forces died, 54,414 were wounded, and 8,995 prisoners of war were in cruel custody of the Nazis during WW II,  it is shocking that a secret appendage to the Deschenes Commission report on war criminals living in Canada concluded that Canada took in suspected Nazi war criminals between 1945 and as late as 1983. 

The report also indicated that a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) allowed two alleged Nazi war criminals, whose names were not released, to enter Canada in 1983.  The same RCMP is now investigating the murder of Nijjar, and although the investigation is still in progress and no hard evidence has been presented, Trudeau has gone ahead with his public accusation that somehow the Indian Government killed his favorite Plumber. 

A Wake-Up Call

The rising tide of attacks against Indian Americans, ‘Leave Canada’ threats by Sikh for Justice founder G.S. Pannu and temple vandalism by Khalistan separatists are par for the course in Canada and their noxious drug and prostitution rings are being busted time and again.  If India takes a firmer stance, the largely law-abiding diaspora Sikhs will most likely publicly disown Khalistanis as a separate breed to stay in India’s good books while keeping their visas to India active.

As Canadians wake up to the wokeism of the “Liberal” Trudeau and his NDP ally Jagmeet Singh, it may happen that the growing influence of the leader of the opposition, Pierre Poilievre may bring in a conservative government. In which case, the days of Khalistan operatives and their criminal operations in Canada may be numbered. 

On the other hand, if Trudeau continues his global gaffes, the joke will be on Canada.

(Photos, courtesy Justin Trudeau Facebook).

Abhijit Bagal is the Legal Director for and a HealthCare Analytics Professional. Richa Gautam is Founder and Policy Director at Castefiles and a Data Analytics Professional. They can be reached at 

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  • Excellent article, thank you. Especially for tracing Canada’s complicity in past scandals. Trudeau did not expect the Indian government’s reaction, and the result has been this historic chill between the two countries since India gained freedom.

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