Canada’s Entire Federal Parliament Gave a Standing Ovation to a Nazi “Hero”

Bryam Bridle | 25 Sep 2023

Prime minister Justin Trudeau will never be forgotten for calling Canadians protesting draconian, scientifically flawed COVID-19 mandates ‘Nazis’. In fact, it is remarkable how many Canadians adopted this hateful perception. This seemed to be caused by two or three ‘bad apples’ infiltrating crowds that totaled hundreds of thousands of people over the course of several weeks during the Freedom Convoy run by truckers.

I was accused by colleagues of somehow being a Neo-Nazi by virtue of talking about COVID-19 science in Canada’s capital city of Ottawa while the protests were being held. Coincidentally, I had someone run up to me just five days ago to interrupt a conversation I was having in public within my city of Guelph to scream that I “speak at neonazi rallies”. When I turned to them and calmly asked what they were defining as a ‘neonazi rally’, they implied it was the Freedom Convoy protests and then they refused to engage in a reasonable discussion; instead, they turned and ran away to avoid a discussion of objective facts.

This is the equivalent of telling somebody that attended a sporting event that they support illicit drug use because somebody sitting on the other side of the stadium was caught conducting a drug deal. What ludicrous reasoning!

I was in Ottawa when the Freedom Convoy protest was happening and can attest to the fact that it was a family-friendly event. In fact, it was like a utopia of sorts. People of every cultural background, creed, faith, age, and socio-economic status were united to try to gain back basic individual freedoms that had been taken away on the basis of incomplete, misinterpreted, and fatally flawed science.

When I was in Ottawa, I was literally surrounded at times by immigrants that had fled from communist and dictator-run countries. At one point, I had a great conversation with about 30 Polish-Canadians. I also met Jewish people whose families had experienced persecution under the Nazi regime. Another group that I deeply respected were some of Canada’s veterans who had fought against draconian regimes in other countries. So, to be accused of speaking at a ‘Neo-Nazi rally’, including by my own prime minister is egregious and shows great disrespect to Canadians of all backgrounds.

So, it was on this backdrop that I was flabbergasted to see my entire federal parliament rise in a standing ovation for a genuine Nazi!

Some of the best coverage of this story inside Canada comes from Rebel News and True North.

Here is a picture of my federal government, with Ukranian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy in their midst, giving an enthusiastic standing ovation to a Nazi…

Nazi ovation

Here is prime minister Justin Trudeau (far right) praising a Nazi in Canada’s House of Commons. Alongside him are Zelenskyy (giving an emphatic fist pump) and deputy prime minister Chrystia Freeland (behind Trudeau). Note that Trudeau and Freeland are proud graduates of Klaus Schwab’s Young Leaders Program, run by the World Economic Forum (WEF; yes, the organization that has openly bragged about having captured most of the members of Canada’s governing party; hence the reason more people are referring to my country as a WEF-run state)…

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recognize Yaroslav Hunka on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Friday, Sept. 22, 2023.

The man they were cheering is 98-year-old Yaroslav Hunka. He fought for the First Ukrainian Division. Apparently, the division changed to this name at the very end of World War II to distance themselves from their true identity, which was the “Waffen-SS Galicia Division”, also known as the “SS 14th Waffen Division”.

After World War II many Nazis changed their identities and pretended to be ‘refugees’. This was to avoid capture by obtaining refuge in various countries. Part of Canada’s dark history, and one that I wasn’t taught in public school, is that we happily welcomed many Nazis into our country in the 1950s; Yaroslav Hunka was one of them.

Hunka was introduced in Canada’s packed federal parliament as “a Ukrainian hero, a Canadian hero, and we thank him for all his service”. I kid you not.

The Nuremberg war crimes tribunal ruled that the military division with which Hunka served was a “criminal organization”. Members of the division, including Hunka, “committed themselves to German victory, the New European Order, and to Adolf Hitler personally”. Canadian soldiers fought against this Nazi division, with some losing their lives as a result.

statement issued by The Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies indicated that Hunka’s division “was responsible for the mass murder of innocent civilians with a level of brutality and malice that is unimaginable. […] An apology is owed to every Holocaust survivor and veteran of the Second World War who fought the Nazis, and an explanation must be provided as to how this individual entered the hallowed halls of Canadian Parliament and received recognition from the Speaker of the House and a standing ovation.”

Here is a video from Indian media showing the standing ovation in parliament.

Here is another video from independent Canadian media.

Here is a story out of the United Kingdom.

Based on my internet search, albeit limited in scope, I could not find evidence of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) even attempting to break this news, let alone hold the government accountable for this global embarrassment. I seem to only be able to learn about the truth in Canada from two sources these days: integrity media within Canada (as opposed to ‘mainstream media’ that operates more like a propaganda machine these days), and international media.

Somehow, Trudeau and many other parliamentarians found within their deep-seeded hatred the ability to accuse me and many of my fellow Canadians of being ‘Nazis’ because we dared to speak inconvenient scientific truths supported by the overwhelming weight of evidence. My mind is reeling at the hypocrisy.

Perhaps the Good Book can speak to this better than I can…

34 You brood of vipers, how can you who are evil say anything good? For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of. 35 A good man brings good things out of the good stored up in him, and an evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in him. 36 But I tell you that everyone will have to give account on the day of judgment for every empty word they have spoken. 37 For by your words you will be acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned.

Bible, New International Version, Matthew 12:34-37

To the world, have yet another laugh, courtesy of Canada. My once great country has become an endless gong-show.

From a chronically embarrassed Canadian,


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