The Canadian regime under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been issued an ultimatum by Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte for its illegal dumping of tons of trash in the Southeast Asian country.
“I’ll give a warning to Canada maybe next week that they better pull that thing out or I will set sail,” Duterte declared, referring to shipping the trash back to Canada.
“I will declare war against them. I will advise Canada that your garbage is on the way. Prepare a grand reception. Eat it if you want to. Your garbage is coming home.”
The trash constitutes a mix of electronic and household waste, including used diapers. It was falsely labeled as recyclable material when it was shipped from Canada.
“We will send them back to your shores if you don’t get that,” his spokesman added. “And the President last night, he said that, throw them to your beach.”
Duterte’s tough rhetoric demonstrates he will not take this violation of his nation’s sovereignty lying down. Instead, he will show strength against this unlawful aggression.
So far, the belligerent activity of the rogue state in Canada has infuriated numerous countries. Last year, its meddling in domestic Saudi Arabian affairs sparked a bitter public feud between the two nations. It has attempted to force its radical homosexual agenda down Russia’s throat, while provoking India by supporting separatist militants. Hungary has also come under fire from the Canadian regime, after it chose to expel a university funded by the dangerous Soros network and headed up by Michael Ignatieff, an apparatchik of the ruling Canadian Liberal Party. Even our very own President Trump has called out Trudeau for his “very dishonest” conduct in trade talks.
Many have argued that Canada unlawfully occupies rightful United States territory. Perhaps Trump can assemble a coalition of the willing to give the leftist dynast to our north some much-needed American-style democracy!