Black Lives Matter Slams Canada’s Hunky PM as a ‘White Supremacist Terrorist’

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By Lukas Mikelionis | 1:46 pm, February 6, 2017

Toronto Black Lives Matter co-founder has accused Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of being a “white supremacist terrorist” during a demonstration on Saturday against President Trump’s refugee ban.

Yousara Hougali, one of the founders of Toronto’s Black Lives Matter chapter, went on a bizarre rant criticizing Canadian Prime Minister for welcoming everyone not allowed to enter the US due to Trump’s immigration ban from seven countries.

“When Justin Trudeau says that he is a liar! He’s a hypocrite! He is a white supremacist terrorist! That is what he is,” she said. “Do not be fooled by his liberal bull****. Do not be fooled.”

She claims Trudeau’s invitation to people from seven Middle Eastern countries banned by the US is a “manipulation” and a way to continue the oppression and “genocide” of indigenous people in Canada, which the country “is founded on.”

“When Justin Trudeau responded to the Muslim ban that this coward, this white supremacist coward, Donald Trump put forward, what did Justin Trudeau say? He said he wanted to accept everyone who’s not allowed into the US Border to Canada,” she said to a mass of protesters in Toronto.

This sparked a loud cheer from the people, but the BLM Toronto co-founder fired back: “Don’t cheer. Do not cheer!”

“Because we know exactly what that is. We know what that is. We know what that manipulation is. It’s what this country is founded on … the genocide of indigenous people in which the state is founded on. The enslavement and genocide of that people in which the state is founded on.”

“When Justin Trudeau says that he is a liar! He’s a hypocrite! He is a white supremacist terrorist! That is what he is,” she said. “Do not be fooled by his liberal bull****. Do not be fooled.”

“We have to rise up and fight back. Because we will not be moved…. We are the people. We have the power… We have the numbers…. Don’t you ever forget that! They make us… forget that all the time, but we realize this – when we come together, we can do anything,” Hougali added.

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