Trudeau says peacekeeping plan will please UN, despite no specific mission commitment

As a two-day summit on peacekeeping kicks off in Vancouver, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is still teasing out Canada’s long-awaited announcement, saying only that Canada’s plan would satisfy both the UN and “Canadian values.”

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  • simus1

    There is the stench of corruption, disaster, and bad faith in every aspect of this “new direction for UN peacekeeping.”

    • Alain

      May I add that there is also the stench of corruption, disaster and bad faith in every aspect of this Liberal government.

  • DaninVan

    I thought we didn’t have any???
    (Cdn. values, that is.)

  • clownloach

    Taqiyya and “Trudeau type Canadian values”.

  • J. C.

    Eff the UN!

    I’m happier when they’re ‘displeased’…

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    There should be a separate division of the armed forces specifically for peacekeepers.
    Were I to join the armed forces I would not want to be a peacekeeper.
    I’d want to be a peace maker.

    • shasta

      The rainbow division, led by our minister of defense. With any luck we could forget to bring them back.

  • ontario john

    Major General Mackenzie was on TV the other day, and stated that Trudeau will be getting young Canadian soldiers killed so that he can get a security seat. He is convinced that this is reason and that our soldiers are going to pay the price for that seat.

    • Clausewitz

      Always liked General Mackenzie, mostly because he was the complete opposite of that pussy Delaire.

      • JohnfromToronto

        The problem with Dallaire is that he was unqualified for the mission. And worse than that, Canadians made him out to be a hero.

  • Mr. Meow

    Is there a country on planet earth where there is dispute between transgenders and queers over lavender coloured hybrid vehicles? That would be the perfect “hot mess” we could send our troops to.

  • Starlord

    Just trying to figure out which Islamic faction needs help… then it’s deploy deploy!

  • Clausewitz

    Once again, a military endevour going into the field without a set Objective is a disaster ready to happen. As an example I give you the Johnston administration in Vietnam.