特鲁多对魁北克的民族主义团体进行了含蓄的羞辱

1月30日周二,总理贾斯汀·特鲁多(Justin Trudeau)在魁北克市为纪念2017年魁北克市清真寺枪击案的受害者发表演讲时,含蓄地羞辱了一个极右翼民族主义团体的成员,对此毫不遗憾。

周一晚上,特鲁多在为纪念去年1月遇害的6名男子举行的为期四天的纪念活动上。特鲁多公开抨击种族主义,以及他称之为“傻瓜”的人,他们穿着印有爪子图案的衣服。

爪子印是拉米尤特(La Meutte)的标志。该组织的一名成员周二在该组织的Facebook页面上对特鲁多发出辱骂来回应总理。

拉米尤特(La Meutte)的一位有影响力的成员西尔万·布鲁莱特(Sylvain Brouillette) 写道,总理在他的组织和去年1月魁北克市清真寺杀害了6名祈祷男子的枪手之间建立了“令人反感的联系”。

拉米尤特(La Meutte)是一个秘密组织,对伊斯兰教严厉批评,并谴责“特鲁多版本的多元文化”。其facebook公开页面拥有超过20000名粉丝。

该组织的成员曾抗议2017年数千海地人从美国抵达加拿大申请庇护。

布鲁莱特(Brouillette) 还批评魁北克省总理菲利普·库伊拉德为纪念清真寺枪击受害者发表的讲话。

库伊拉德说,他不明白为什么“有些人觉得自己比其他人更像魁北克人,尽管他们的祖先也是移民。…你移民的日期并不决定你的公民水平。”

特鲁多回应了拉米尤特(La Meutte)的批评,坚持他的评论。

他在渥太华对记者说,他将“永远在那里谴责那些没有为每个人建立一个更好和更开放的社会的人。”

 

Trudeau stands by veiled insult against nationalist group in Quebec
The Canadian Press – January 30, 2018

MONTREAL — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had no regrets Tuesday for his veiled insult against members of a nationalist, far-right group during a speech in Quebec City in honour of the victims of the 2017 Quebec City mosque shooting.

Capping off four days of commemorations Monday night for the six men killed last January, Trudeau spoke out against racism as well as people he called “dumdums,” who wear clothing with images of a paw print.

The paw print is a symbol for La Meute, a member of which replied to Trudeau on the group’s Facebook page Tuesday by hurling insults at the prime minister.

Sylvain Brouillette, an influential member of La Meute, wrote that the prime minister made “revolting connections” between his group and the gunman who murdered six men after prayers at the Quebec City mosque last January.

La Meute is a secretive group that is harshly critical toward Islam and denounces “Trudeau’s version of multiculturalism,” according to its public Facebook page that has more than 20,000 followers.

Its members have protested against the thousands of Haitians who arrived in Canada from the U.S. to claim asylum status in 2017.

Brouillette also criticized Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard’s speech in honour of the mosque shooting victims.

Couillard said he didn’t understand why “some people feel they are more Quebecer than others despite the fact their ancestors were also immigrants. … The date you immigrate doesn’t determine your level of citizenship.”

Trudeau responded to La Meute’s criticism by standing by his comments.

He told reporters in Ottawa he would “always be there to denounce people who aren’t building a better and more open society for everyone.”

The Canadian Press

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