The Two Sides of Canada | Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj | Netflix

The Two Sides of Canada | Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj | Netflix


Here’s why I’ve come here,
Mr. Prime Minister. I will say this,
as far as major world leaders go… you’ve got significant clout. And I’m gonna be real with you.
It’s…it’s a lot of the looks. In comparison to some
of these world leaders, there are some straight uncles
walking around. We got some ugos.
They don’t carry themselves like you. A lot of them remind me
of my friends’ dads. So, I’m going to show you some photos,
we’re playing a game here. Okay. You have to tell me,
“Is this a world leader or is this my friend’s dad?” Okay. World leader or my friend’s dad? I believe that might be a world leader. That is correct. This is Ashraf Ghani,
the president of Afghanistan. -Afghanistan.
-There we go. -There we go, yep, yep.
-Yes. I’ve met him a couple of times.
He’s a thoughtful guy. Yeah, yeah, yeah. His government is currently in the midst
of a sexual harassment scandal, so… World leader or my friend’s dad? I’m going with your friend’s dad. That is correct. This is my best friend’s dad Ikbal. He has three hard-boiled eggs
every morning, and he also introduces himself
by name on every text. He says, “Hello, this is Ikbal.
I hope you’re doing well.” Here we go. World leader or my friend’s dad? I think that’s your friend’s dad. No, this is Lenín Moreno,
the president of Ecuador. Ah, there you go. When you meet Lenín, it’s gonna be
super awkward, Mr. Prime Minister. I’m just worried about
Ecuador/Canada relations now. Um, last but not least… do you have any questions for me? How are you planning on justifying
your job to your kids later? Did you talk to my dad
before this interview? Oh, thank you so much, how are you? I’m Hasan Minhaj, welcome to Patriot Act.
Thank you so much for coming out. Wow! That’s right. Tonight, we are talking about Canada. And the reason I recently met
with Prime Minister Trudeau is that Canada’s federal election
is next month. Justin Trudeau is up for re-election,
and what happens won’t just affect Canada. This election has global consequences. Canada has
a multi-party parliamentary system, which means a lot of people are coming
for the crown right now, but Trudeau’s main opposition
is the leader of the Conservative Party, Andrew Scheer, who looks like the doll
from The Conjuring, which is not a good look. I’m gonna be real. And it’s even worse when you’re going up against
the Justin Trudeau. I mean, look, this the only time
I’ve ever agreed with Ivanka. She wants him like he’s a job
she’s not qualified for… and it’s a family affair. -You guys see what happened at the G7?
-Yeah. That Trudeau magic hit Melania. She’s looking at him,
and she’s just like… “I hear you accept refugees.” By the way, Desis, we love him, too? You know what it is? He gets us. That last guy wasn’t Trudeau,
but you believed it! I saw you guys, you were like, “Aw, yeah. I guess he can sing Afghan love ballads. He’s pretty worldly.” Now, it makes sense why
the world has fawned over Trudeau. He’s not just handsome.
He’s political royalty. This dude’s dad was Prime Minister back
in the day, and it’s not fair. Canada got a Calvin Klein model
for a leader. Meanwhile, we got a dumpy sexual predator
who looks directly at solar eclipses. Now, Trudeau made it a point to have
a gender-balanced cabinet. He’s welcomed over a hundred thousand
refugees to Canada with open arms. His economic policies have helped lift more than 2% of Canada’s population
out of poverty, and most importantly, he made climate change
one of his signature issues, even calling for the Paris Agreement
to be more aggressive. He was the dream politician for the left. He’s like if the Green New Deal had piercing blue eyes
and wanted to read your poetry. You’d be like, “Yes, Justin. Read it.” So, in a country like Canada,
you would think Trudeau’s re-election would be a landslide. But you’d be wrong. Well, Canadian Prime Minister
Justin Trudeau is dealing with a growing scandal “The scandal that erupted inside his cabinet now threatens to drown the entire administration.” “Trudeau is being accused
of pressuring his former attorney general to cut a deal with a company
facing corruption charges.” “Trudeau denies any wrongdoing,
but his popularity is sliding.” “Asked which federal party leader
they believe is the most ethical, Justin Trudeau lags behind
with almost 17%.” Okay, that’s rough for Trudeau, but how does my man Jagmeet Singh
only have 6%? He has no scandals. People in Winnipeg are like,
“I don’t trust him. I don’t know why. I just can’t put my turban on it– Finger! I meant finger! I meant finger!” Now this scandal,
known as the SNC-Lavalin Affair, has been devastating for Trudeau, and the Liberals went from having
a huge lead, to being neck-and-neck with Conservatives. Here’s what happened. In 2015, the RCMP, Canada’s FBI,
charged an engineering company called SNC-Lavalin,
with corruption and fraud for allegedly bribing Libyan officials. Which included Muammar Gaddafi’s son,
Saadi Gaddafi, who looks like he’s about
to lose a Latin Grammy. Now, Libyan Carlos Santana allegedly spent
a bunch of that money on luxury yachts, ’cause when you’re rich
and you look like that, you either spend it on yachts
or you get your kids into USC. And after SNC got caught, they lobbied Trudeau’s office
to avoid criminal prosecution. And here’s where things went sideways. This February, Trudeau’s attorney general
testified that Trudeau and his staff pressured her to help SNC
avoid criminal prosecution. And when she didn’t play ball,
Trudeau demoted her, replaced her with a man and eventually
kicked her out of the party, which perfectly captures
why women are skeptical of male feminists. Right, you first meet them,
they’re wearing a pussy hat and then one girl rejects them,
and they’re like, “Women don’t belong in Ghostbusters.” Oh. And remember when Trudeau said
he didn’t do anything wrong? Well, a couple weeks ago, Canada’s ethics commissioner said,
“Yeah, you did.” Canada’s ethics watchdog has ruled
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau violated the Conflict of Interest Act. “Facing a damning assessment
of his actions, the prime minister today acknowledged
mistakes were made.” I assume responsibility for everything
that happened in my office, but at the same time, I can’t apologize
for standing up for Canadian jobs. Are you serious, JT? You apologize all the time. We have the receipts. My apologies for my behavior. I completely apologize. I withdraw uh that word, uh I, and apologize. I apologize and apologize again for the comments I made. They lacked respect. I lost my temper. For that, I unreservedly apologize. Come on, man. You can’t walk into
Parliament looking like Puss in Boots. You’re like, “I’m sorry.
Now back to my cunning swordplay.” So officially… Trudeau got a yellow card for the scandal,
but politically, his approval rating
has been cut in half from 65%, to 32%, which is actually lower
than Trump’s right now. Yeah, one scandal and Canada’s like,
“Whoa. This is too much.” Meanwhile, America’s like, “He partied
with a sex-trafficking pedophile. Let’s hear the man out.” It’s weird to think of a Canadian scandal
involving corruption, bribery, and Libya. The SNC scandal doesn’t fit
with our image of Canada or Justin Trudeau. That’s why I wanted to interview him. And that’s also
what I want to talk about tonight. The two sides of Canada. Canada, much like its Prime Minister,
is a lot more complicated than you think. Take immigration. One of the things we love about Canada
is how welcoming they are to refugees. In 2018, they resettled more refugees
than any other country. And when Trump was trying to ban Muslims
from the United States, Trudeau wrote the tweet heard
around the world. “Prime Minister Trudeau
pointedly tweeted… And then he added the hastag,
#WelcomeToCanada.” Okay, that’s beautiful. But today,
that’s not exactly how the country feels. In a recent poll, 57% of Canadians said they don’t
want Canada to accept more refugees than their current levels. And in Quebec,
where a quarter of Canadians live, they recently passed a “secularism law.” “Bill 21 prevents public servants
from wearing any religious symbols like Muslim head coverings
and Sikh turbans.” Basically, it’s take off your scarf if you
want to continue and work as a teacher. And for me, this is out of the question. I’m very proud of the bill, and I think it represents values,
our values, and it’s important. Okay, Bill 21 is legalized discrimination. And Monsieur Values here is acting like
it’s only about enforcing secularism. That’s bullshit. It’s about denying people their right
to free expression. Also, Quebec,
you can’t talk about secularism when your flag kind of has a cross in it. Look, you can say it’s a tribute
to cubicles, but come on. It’s pretty Christian. By the way… I’ll be honest.
I’m just sick of this notion that Muslims are trying to push ourselves
and our beliefs on everyone all the time. It’s nonsense. We’re not trying
to convert everybody we meet. So, I had to ask Justin about it. Now, I interviewed him two days before
that ethics report came out. So he was still pretty chatty. I’ve been told that there is this place
that’s kind of like Canada’s Boston. -Mm-hmm.
-Quebec. Mm-hmm. What’s going on there? What’s going on with this secularism bill? What does this mean? Um… I disagree with it. A government shouldn’t be telling anyone
what they should or shouldn’t wear in a free society,
so I strongly disagree with that. I have been very clear
that in a free society, you cannot legitimize discrimination
against someone based on their religion. So you would say you’re accepting
all faiths and religions? I think what we accept as a country needs
to be defending minorities, -defending people’s rights.
-Accepting Christianity. -Accepting Christianity…
-Judaism. …accepting Judaism, accepting Islam,
accepting all different… why? You accept Islam as the one true faith,
the Prophet Muhammad, peace upon him,
last and final messenger? Don’t laugh at that part.
You can’t laugh at that part. I am proudly Catholic, but I have
a tremendous respect for all religions. I’ll play the long game.
We have until the day of judgment. I am Catholic. Guys, I tried. He’ll come around. Oh, I know it.Allahu Akbar
Allahu Akbar
And there are other aspects of Canada
that don’t fit our stereotypes. Take war. Canada doesn’t really do war. In fact, a Canadian prime minister
got the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957 for literally inventing UN peacekeeping. Something that Canadians love bragging
about through PSAs like this. If you don’t stop this, I will shoot you.
I will shoot you. Well, kill me. Okay, come on. Shoot me.
Shoot me like you shot my brother. Enough! Stop. This is not your problem,
Canadian soldier. Not your war. This is Cyprus. Our problem. I’m here as a member
of the United Nations peace force. Now, both of you, go home. That’s all it takes the end a war,
one Canadian man? You’re telling me,
we could have solved the Middle East if we just air dropped in Michael Cera? He’s like, “Guys, don’t fight. Just go on a quirky date
with your high school crush.” Now, Canada doesn’t participate directly
in most conflicts, but they make a lot of money from war. In the past decade,
they have helped armed regimes in Algeria, Nigeria, Egypt, Libya, Iraq, and Bahrain, but one of their biggest customers
is Saudi Arabia. “The Lav 6, meant to carry troops
and weapons into battle. And a Canadian company is selling them
to Saudi Arabia.” “Valued at $14.8 billion, the contract is the largest arms deal
in Canadian history.” Okay, to be clear, that’s $14.8 billion Canadian dollars, which are just like American dollars
minus the pictures of slave owners. Now, it’s so weird to me that this progressive peace-loving place
has a deal to sell tanks to the Saudis, especially when Trudeau’s government
has been so vocal about their brutality. They slammed the Saudis
for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, and Trudeau himself condemned
the Kingdom’s human rights abuses. So, I had to ask Trudeau
about the arms deal, but I wanted to be tactful, I mean,
I’m in the guy’s office. So, I had to go in with another game. Finish this sentence. Tim Hortons is… …a Canadian Institution. Nice. Finish this sentence.
Kawhi Leonard should… …should be very proud of what
he accomplished in his time in Canada. I completely disagree. Kawhi Leonard should… never return
to Canada because he is a traitor. That’s the correct answer. People bring American sentiments onto Canadian politeness
every now and then. -Finish this sentence.
-Mm-hmm. Canada will not sell any more weapons
to Saudi Arabia period. -Mm-mm.
-I’m sorry, I messed that one up. Canada will not sell any more weapons
to Saudi Arabia, please. That’s more of a statement. That’s a… that’s a good statement.
That’s a good statement. You said nine months ago,
you guys would be examining it, and it takes three months
to study for the LSAT. So that’s a pretty good examination time. You could announce it
right here, right now. “We’re cancelling that deal.” We take our– -We got it here, go wild on camera–
-We take our legal responsibilities and the breaking of contracts
very seriously in this country. I’m telling you they watch the show. Like, they really watch the show. I don’t doubt they do.
I’m sure they’re keeping an eye on you. Okay, what does that mean? And what makes him so sure? Is it weird that he tried to schedule
our next interview in Istanbul? Now, you might be thinking, “So what?” People sell weapons to the Saudis the same way musicians work
with Chris Brown. Right? Outside they’re like, “This is bad. No!” Then his album drops,
and everyone’s on it, and you’re like, “Sufjan Stevens. You roll with Chris Brown?” But no issue more clearly shows
the two sides of Canada than its treatment of the environment. Now, when we think of Canada,
we think of pristine wilderness, mountains, rivers, pastures, and herds of Seth Rogens
in their natural habitat. I know. They’re beautiful. It’s mating season, look at them. Now, Canada sells itself
as a leader on climate change, but it also has the world’s third-largest
oil reserves, most of it in the Alberta tar sands and just like a wild Seth Rogen, tar sands oil is pretty dirty. It’s gunky, it’s mixed in with sand, and refining it causes a ton of pollution. Canada’s tar sands
are also really far north, which is why
Canada has so many pipelines. One in particular has been
at the center of a long and contentious battle. “The Trans Mountain Pipeline
expansion will see a twin pipeline follow the same route as an existing one from Edmonton to the west coast.” “The expansion would increase
the flow to 890,000 barrels per day, causing a rise in oil tanker traffic
in B.C. waters from about 60 to more than 400 per year.” The Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion
is super controversial. The conservatives say
that the pipeline will create tens of thousands of jobs in Canada. They even have their own mascot. I’m very honored that I’d be able
to come here to Ottawa to contribute my say
as just an average roughneck. I’m not a guy from Calgary in a suit.
I’m a roughneck. I’m a guy who has a job in Alberta,
whose livelihood’s been threatened. Okay, they want people
to take oil workers seriously. And they thought the best way to do that
was drop a male stripper down a chimney? So… while the pro-pipeline side
is showing off Canadian Weird Al, climate activists have been fighting it
for years. And a big reason they’ve supported Trudeau
is that he has been a one-man PR team for Mother Nature. When it comes to our environment, we Canadians get it. It shouldn’t have taken this long for a Canadian government to get real about climate change. There is no country on the planet
that can walk away from the challenge and reality
of climate change. My man! That’s the Trudeau you take home
to meet your folks. I’ll introduce them to Najme and Seema. But that’s not what he said
a few months earlier to a room full of oil execs. No country would find 173 billion barrels
of oil in the ground and just leave them there. Does he think you can just do both
of those things? Because we did the math
and there’s no overlap. The point is… it’s hard to know
which Trudeau we’re gonna get. And last year, he was put to the test. After years of lawsuits and PR disasters, the company that owned
the Trans Mountain Pipeline threatened to cancel the project entirely. So Trudeau had to pick a side. Good afternoon. A bombshell announcement
from Ottawa today. The Trudeau government is
nationalizing the Trans Mountain Pipeline. “The government has announced
it will buy the pipeline for $4.5 billion.” The Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion is a vital strategic interest to Canada. The construction will go ahead. JT! How’d you go
from Al Gore to Rex Tillerson? His government spent $4.5 billion
to buy the pipeline, pretty much guaranteeing
that it would be built. So with all that in mind… I had to talk pipeline. Now, you’ve stepped up as a leader
on the world stage in the fight against climate change. How does the Trans Mountain Pipeline fit
into that vision? Okay, um… the alternative… to a modern pipeline is oil by rail or oil by trucks because our society
continues to need oil right now. That’s why we’re putting all the profits
from the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion into the transition
towards cleaner energy. Okay, this is where I’m not following you. You say you’re going to fight
climate change by producing more oil? No, we’re not talking about any more. We’re talking about actually
exporting it more efficiently, where we’ll actually get a better price
that will allow us to invest more in the transition. Basically, he’s saying that the pipeline
will help ship oil more efficiently, which is true. But he’s also saying that the pipeline
will not result in Canada producing more oil, which is not true. First of all, tar sands oil production
has been booming since 2006, and if new pipelines are built,
that number is projected to go up another 46% by 2035. More pipelines
almost always mean more oil. Earlier this year, Alberta forced
oil companies to produce less because there wasn’t enough
pipeline capacity and Canadian oil producers
said that they expect to produce less specifically because they didn’t have
new pipelines. But, I feel like it’s pulling
in two directions. That’s like me saying, “I’m gonna lose
weight by eating more Kit Kats.” -No. It is saying…
-And I love Kit Kats. that the only way to protect our climate
is to make sure that there is a growing economy
at the same time. And the only way
to actually grow the economy is to protect our environment
at the same time. I’m just saying what you’re describing
sounds like trying to whiten your teeth by drinking wine at every meal. No, it doesn’t. We’re not gonna be polluting more. We’re gonna be putting a price
on pollution, and we are going to move forward
in a way that a lot of people choose to make fun of by saying, “You can’t do both
at the same time.” Canadians know you can protect
the environment and grow the economy at the same time. Canadians also think you can wear denim
on top and bottom at the same time. That’s not a good enough reason. Now, look… Canada has put a price
on carbon pollution, and that’s a good thing
because it can drive down emissions, but it’s not the full story. This year, Trudeau’s taxes on carbon
went into effect, but they exempt oil and gas companies from paying taxes
on 80% of their emissions. That’d be like putting a price
on looking like an old Italian woman, but exempting Mick Jagger. He’s got the market on lock. Now on top of all of this, Canada isn’t on track at all
for its Paris climate goals. We looked at five different studies
that all confirmed this, and according
to the Canadian government’s own report, even if Canada’s most aggressive
emissions proposals were in place, they would still fail to meet Paris. Now, look, no one is doing great
on their Paris report card, but Trudeau sold himself hard
as the guy who would get it done. And the problems with the pipeline
aren’t just environmental. Trans Mountain,
which would cross tribal land, is also opposed by many
of Canada’s indigenous peoples. When Trudeau ran in 2015,
he made them a promise. Ultimately,
even though governments grant permits, only communities grant permission. Would no mean no under your government? Absolutely. That all sounds great,
but after he was elected, several indigenous communities refused
to give consent, and Trudeau said
they couldn’t veto the pipeline, which is confusing. With respect to pipelines, you said getting consent
from indigenous communities is important, but when you were asked
if consent is a veto, you said… No. “Consent isn’t a veto” sounds like
the worst Tinder bio I have ever read. You sure you want to stick with that? When we’re talking about engaging
with indigenous peoples, it is important to engage responsibly
and positively, but at the same time, to know that there are always going to be
a broad number of opinions and perspectives within that community. We need to respond in a substantive way
to their concerns, and show that we’re listening,
and working with them in real partnership. That’s what–
that’s what reconciliation looks like. I don’t think that is
what reconciliation looks like. Especially if you ask
the pipeline’s indigenous opponents. You either respect us or you don’t. They have decided to willfully violate their constitutional duties
and obligations. Why doesn’t the prime minister
just say the truth and tell the indigenous peoples that he doesn’t give a fuck
about their rights? That was an elected official
in Parliament. Can you imagine that happening
in Congress? Dick Durbin is like, “Trump you need
to back the fuck down from these tariffs, otherwise, I will punch Ted Cruz
in the egg sack. Don’t push me, McConnell.” Now, look. I understand. We all love Canada. I know it. None of you guys wanted
to hear any of this. I might as well have done
a 20-minute takedown of Tom Hanks. But there are realities about Canada
and Trudeau that we cannot ignore, but the problem is
Trudeau’s main opposition is the Conservative Party, and they’re worse on almost every issue
that I have mentioned tonight. The last time
the conservatives were in power, they cut spending on refugees, they withdrew Canada
from the Kyoto climate accords, and labeled groups like Greenpeace
violent extremists. ‘Cause we all know
that classic violent-extremist move: asking for 30 seconds of your time. Now make no mistake, Canada is still a progressive country and a proving ground
for whether progressive policies can work. So when I went to Ottawa,
that’s what I was most concerned about. You guys are this society that has cracked so many things
that we are struggling with: -health care, immigration. What else?
-Lots of things, integration, multiculturalism in a way -that keeps vibrant differences.
-Exactly. You guys are this amazing
progressive country that’s almost like the civilization
from the future. You guys are like Wakanda. You guys are like Wakanada. Except we’re not covered by a, you know, protective bubble
that nobody can see. So, minus the bubble, I’m in Wakanada. I’m speaking to the leader of Wakanada, the son of the former leader of Wakanada, which makes you…. The prime minister of Canada because we– You’re White Panther. I’m like 1/16th Malaysian. -Sure.
-Oh, no. 32nd or whatever. We don’t have to get
into Elizabeth Warren math. You are White Panther! Fans around the world are looking
to White Panther and Wakanada, and can you imagine if we found out
that this precious resource vibranium -is causing climate change
-Mm-hmm. and White Panther was like, “What?
We’re not going to just leave hundreds of millions of dollars
of vibranium in the ground.” I would be like, “T’Challa, no!” You’d be shouting at the screen. You’d be in a movie
if you were doing that. Don’t do it, T’Challa. Look, I know there are a lot of Canadians
watching this thinking, “Well, come on, Hasan… Trudeau isn’t perfect,
but if you care about the environment, you know he’s the only realistic option
in this election.” And, look, I understand that, but at some point… political pragmatism has to reckon
with the reality of climate change. You can’t negotiate with science. You can’t meet it halfway. Shit is melting fast, especially in Canada, which is warming
at twice the planet’s average rate. So if Trudeau’s gonna be the best choice
on carbon emissions, he’ll have to step up
and be the climate hero that he has claimed to be. Look, White Panther,
I know you’re watching. Remember the old words of wisdom. “With great cheekbones… comes great responsibility.” Wakanada forever.

100 comments

  1. And the only jobs he protects are Quebec ones. The rest of Canada hung out to dry. He is using China's steel on our infrastructure projects not Canadian steel. He prefers china over Canada. We hate him. Please take him. Oh but he likes to give terrorists that murder Americans 10.5 million dollars

  2. 10:41 just like a government shouldn't enforce what you can or cannot say (Bill c-16), eh Justin? I like his climate change stances, but hypocrisy needs to be called out.

  3. I'm commenting in real-time as I'm watching this video, and this Hasan guy comes off as more and more of a dick. I don't like Trudeau that much, but the guy agreed to interview him and you make rude statements like that to his face?

  4. 20:10 that's not what he said. He said he will take the money produced from the pipeline and "pipe" it into strategies transition to cleaner energy. He literally said that, why are you twisting what he said?

  5. I always see Americans praising JT bcz he's not like trump and he's "good looking" but thanks for showing that he's an idiot too!
    DON'T VOTE RED, thanks.

  6. Micheal Mann loses court case to Tim Ball because Micheal would not present his math to the court to prove his global warming hockey stick chart. You know, the chart Al Gore used in his Inconvenient ahem… Truth.

  7. How desperate is Hasan Minhaj for guests that he would invite our idiot boy prime minister🇨🇦. He is the ultimate narcissist, enamoured with himself and completely unqualified to run anything, much less our country. October’s election can’t come soon enough.

  8. I'm almost glad that I'm in a riding for the federal election that's definitely going to have a conservative MP. Since no one else has a chance, I don't have any reason to vote strategically for the Liberals, I may as well cast my ballot in vain for a party I agree with more.

  9. Of all the countries you had to trash you picked Canada. The one country Trump has pissed on since day one. That's one less watcher for your show.

  10. There has never been a week, a day, an hour, a minute, or a second of a non corrupt government run by humans. There never will be. Only non human intervention can stop humans from killing all life on earth. Thousands of years and even more thousands of governments, and not a single day of non corruption?
    That's what is called a fact. But why is this the case?

    The answer is as simple as it is true. Greed seeks power with fervor, like it needs it to breathe. Love, truth, humility never have desired power and never will and despite slight burst, there never will be a time where those things seek power in any consistency or numbers to matter.

    History says this is a fact, with no exceptions.

    One of the things you never hear about climate change is the dying oceans.

    Humans were already wiping out the oceans at a break neck pace but the oceans provide 70% of every breath you have ever taken.

    Climate change will hurry the death of the oceans even faster than the humans already are killing them.

    Despite what the politicians who look for applause lines, say, it's now far too late to stop climate change.

    Just look at the trends at many climate change issues, and how they keep getting moved up.
    What was once going to effect your great grandchildren, has been already moved back 75 years, and the trends are yearly being moved back further.

    Climate scientist said before there was a point of no return, which passed like 3 years ago…..now other climate scientist says 10 years from today is now the red line.

    But what the politicians will never tell you, and what greed driven corporate news will never tell you, is what it would actually take to even have a long shot at stopping climate change.

    No populace would even be willing to give up what's needed and no corrupt government will ever subsidize half their population or more until all energy is green.

    So politics for various reasons, cannot be the solution. In fact they will only continue to be the cause.

    The only path to life lies in the only truth.

    This is a touchy subject because of all the false belief systems. Both religious, and non religious.

    I know this truth and if you are willing to take the time, to give it proper, vigorous scrutiny, it would blow your mind.

    So here is what I propose to you. Ask yourself if such a true belief system exists, 1 that promises to rid earth of all suffering, governments, and pollution and much more…would you want to be able to prove it is the real truth and adds up perfectly and makes sense of all things an gives amazing answers to all questions?

    If you answer yes I would truly want that, and I see too, humans are soon going to kill all life on earth…..I promise you this, if you are sincere, this truth will come to you…..it will find you no matter where you are.

    So decide when your alone, and really giving this heartfelt thought with no distractions, that you would love it if the real truth is just 1 sincere desire away, and it will very quickly come to you and ask if you want to learn more. This is a promise.

    Never will there be a money motivation, and it will be able to answer any questions you have, within reason.
    (It will answer why suffering has been allowed to exist, it will not give you next weeks lotto numbers for example, for good reason)

    I hope with real love for all reading this that you give this a sincere go. Time is running out as we plainly see and this time is for you to learn how to survive what must happen, in order for earth to become what it was intended.

    Much love and kind thoughts are in these words and intellect and love must combine to make truth.

    The vast majority of those in false beliefs have no logic proving all things and refuse truth when shown to them, just like those in politics.
    Choose to want the only truth. There can only be one, and it is truly amazing.

    I could tell you where to find it true, but by you saying you would sincerely want a provable truth, and then it coming to you rather swiftly, you will already begin to see it is the truth. Still, give it real scrutiny.
    Truth has no fear of scrutiny.

    I hope you choose wisely, as if left to humans….well you see some of what they have done and the greed that rules earths governments, but it is worse than you think. Time is nearly up on human rule. Thankfully.

  11. IS CANADA SO P.C. STRANGLED THAT WE CAN NOT EVEN TALK ABOUT THE POSSIBILITY THAT Jody W-R LIED? HElloooo? Any critical thinkers here? #cdnmedia #cdnpoli http://alfred-apps.ca/snc-lavalin-national-scandal-or-national-shame/ #idontBelieveHer #inm #Ottawa #jwr #bullshiz #FN

  12. The truth is much stranger.  Jody spewed lies and JT is going along with it because a FN female lawyer MP is untouchable.https://twitter.com/PaulDoroshenko/status/1109342376777011201?s=19

  13. Stephen Harper is back B1tchezzz.  Harper will soon take over from Weak Andy, then welcome Jody & Jane aboard his CON train, and SH will run against @JustinTrudeau Oct. 2019.  SH promised #JWR to be Canada's first CON FN woman PM in 2023🚩 #cdnpoli #elxn43 https://twitter.com/TheTorontoSun/status/1104881436686012416

  14. THERE IS A SH1TE ton of wrong information on this video. Wrong wrong wrong. Jody was turned by our ex Con PM Harper. He planted her in as a Fifth Column. Jody is married to the son of a guy who founded the Fraser Institute, a right wing astro turf b.s. organization funded by Koch money.
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  15. That so called ethics report was a b.s. favour the ethics commissioner did for our well hated ex PM Harper who originally appointed Mario the ethics commissioner to the position. There are some good articles about this by Chantal Herbert and Errol Mendes.

    https://www.thestar.com/politics/political-opinion/2019/08/14/ethics-reports-damning-findings-are-a-first-for-a-sitting-prime-minister-but-is-it-enough-to-take-trudeau-down.html

    https://ipolitics.ca/2019/08/15/did-the-ethics-commissioner-misinterpret-his-own-act-and-jurisdiction/

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  16. It's true Canada sells arms to dictators. Canada is a Zionist controlled country and kowtows to and does a lot of business with Israel unfortunately. The majority of Cdns. don't like this…. and most of our population don't support Israel either. All our governments in power lick Israel's arse. Can anyone in the world get elected without Israel's okay?

    To me one of the biggest JT scandals is that he could have cancelled that SA arms sale BUT HE DID NOT AND LIED ABOUT IT.

  17. The pipeline is inevitable. Deal with it. Alberta cry babies refuse to do other jobs and the cowboys do not want to give up High paying oil jobs and THEY NEVER SAVED UP FOR A RAINY DAY. There is no Prime Minister who can stop pipelines.

  18. JT doesn't even have cheekbones dummy. His allure comes from being smart, progressive, tall and well dressed and a great chin and an abundance of hair.

  19. Love that people are getting to see Trudeau’s hypocrisy on all these issues.
    Thank you, Hasan!
    Ps: Tar Sands is dirty. Inefficient to produce.

  20. He is the best PM of Canada we also waiting him in the of next month I hope he will come PM again that's dreams of Canada because Justin Trudeau is a human being and a good friend!!!!!!! I don't what's happening my with familiar for me if worry you I would suggest to my family's for vote P.M. Justin Trudeau again

  21. Turdeau thought he will get the daily show Hasan Minhaj…..He didn't expect the Patriot Act Hasan…boom!….first time, I am seeing him sweat…

  22. Yet, protesters against the pipelines, when questioned were from America. Bus rides and hotel rooms paid for by…..groups funded by big oil. Why? Due to the fact that being landlocked, Alberta sells it's oil to..drum roll please… the U.S.A. at $30 less, per crude barrel than the the average oil index. Who would lose from Canada selling it's oil to many more, higher paying customers? Take a guess.
    I like this guy but does he actually know what the fu#k he's talking about? I can rip this video apart but I'll let the sound of mind and the intelligent decide. Nuance is a thing. BTW…not a big fan of this Trudeau but I was of the original one.
    So many fallacies in this video but I'll let them slide because of the humour but I find it disturbing because Americans have no clue, nor want to, about what happens in Canada. Therefore, this comedic misinformation may cause people to equate Trudeau and Canada's policies to Trump and the U.S.A.'s.
    Cheers and peace to all. By the way, having a real, Canadian beer right now.

  23. He is a traitor to our great nation . And that is how she will be remembered ……on a side note you do not know what you are talking about he has done more damage to our nation then are enemies. Progressive ideology has failed horriblely so what the Hell are you talking about . A word of advise …..best to keep your mouth shut and be thought a fool then open your mouth and be known a fool …. ….ps come October real Canadians will vote this traitor and his tradiours liberal party out of our government.

  24. A lot of this video was factually inaccurate. As a Canadian watching, I was a little upset by the misinformation. As an example: Alberta has limited the production of tar sands oil not because there is insufficient pipeline capacity, but because the world market has an oversupply of oil and tar sands oil is very expensive to refine. It is not a result of lacking infrastructure for distribution, but rather is an attempt by government to keep the industry alive by preventing overproduction.

  25. 🤣👍🏽 you're better investigative reporter than US journalists, where they just parrot people instead of critically analyse and challenge.

  26. Hahaha, I loved how PM Trudeau didn't skirt any sideways BS and stuck to his guns, instead of using #Whataboutisms that Trump and his ilk are famous for.
    Plus, the fact that he seems like someone you should not piss off makes him an even better leader.
    No one, or no country, is perfect. But his ideals are better than what is floating around in other countries, and in the sad, ignorant people of all countries that think close-minded, selfish, self-absorbed fools without a plan for the future are better choices.

  27. Trudeau is the 1st Prime Minister to break ethic law's not once but twice!! He and his party also screwed over Vice Admiral Mark Norman an family, jeepers – He said in parliment that the Vice Admiral Mark Norman is going to be arrested as Mark Norman and his wife were at home in Nova Scotia watching – BOY WHERE THEY EVER SHOCKED!! After years of fight it is court costing the Norman's thousands of dollars – the government dropped the charges and the Norman's got a undisclosed settlement with our tax dollars, which yes he deserves but it should of came out of the Liberal party fund instead! Not to mention the party trying to block information to Norman's Lawyer!

    Why aren't the protesters in the east coast trying to stop un-environmentally friendly oil tankers from Saudi Arabia delivering oil to the East Coast!! " Last year, Canadian companies spent $3.54 billion importing 6.4 million cubic metres of Saudi oil, up from 5.9 million cubic metres worth $2.5 billion in 2017 " ??   What about giving back duel citizenship to known and convicted Terrorist one example " Zakaria Amara "??

  28. Hasan comments that the only way to save the environment from the Conservatives is to vote Trudeax… who is already bad at as he said…. He does not realize Canadians can vote Green party instead of liberals to support the environment.

    In a nutshell he proved to everyone there is absolutely no reason to vote liberal.

  29. Talk about kashmir next time Hasan…Lockdown for over a month with lack of support from the world.The world needs to know we are on the brink of a genocide.

  30. But we all have to say It need guts to give interview and straight heated topics because our prime minister don't have it

  31. This is the first year I can vote in the Canadian federal election, I am so happy Hasan/Patriot Act made this incredible episode! My man JT, this is everything so many Canadians have wanted to say to you, pls listen :((

  32. One thing you had wrong about the conservative party is that they would be worse on climate change, if anything better, because thanks to the free market people are more free to invest into sustainable resources that can help slow down climate change. The government should not be in charge and nationalize companies. The people should be free and open whatever they want so they could be the ones who invest in the future, not the government.

  33. The facts you presented were correct and a good representation of how Canada is right now. But I wouldn't assume the Conservative Party would be worse.

  34. Jane Fonda said it best “ I guess the lesson is we shouldn’t be fooled by good-looking liberals no matter how well-spoken they are.”

  35. trudeau is right. every country needs to grow. at least canada doing it side by side. they need oil to finance renewable or clean energy. be realistic.

  36. I Bilal Akhtar Noorzai From Pakistan wanna say that i love Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau the way he talks wow as compared to the world Personalities According to me that he is the only one Well Known Famous Magnanimous Renowned Personality that'll

  37. I would love to see him interview jagmeet Singh, cause he feels like he's ignoring him….also your lies about him concerned about climate change need to be addressed. Trudeau literally said I will not support the pipeline and then Trudeau the week he got into power he forget about it. He bought the pipeline and stopped listening to the aboriginal people.

  38. It's not just one scandal. He groped a woman in his younger days high on weed and then said that he didn't know she was a reporter. And before this scandal a lot of people were criticizing him anyway because sounds stupid. 1:16 – how did he get that wrong? The man is clearly on a press conference table

  39. glad to see him showing the underside of canadian politics – but he definitely pulled punches here. on the immigration front, he should have mentioned that we have massive immigrant detention prisons much like the US. on the colonial front, he should have mentioned the massive problem of murdered and missing indigenous women, and the ongoing kidnapping of indigenous children by the state. 

    Trudeau is much worse than he appears in this episode, he's Trump with a nicer smile and better PR, who sometimes makes concessions on social issues, but who ultimately serves a similar agenda as any conservative: support imperialist wars; support massive immigration detention; continue the ongoing genocide of colonized people; do it all for the sake of corporate profit.

  40. #HasanMinhaj you need to look into Jeffrey Epstein,so surprised that media is not talking enough about the bombshell connections of the Maxwell family

  41. Greenhouse gas driven climate change is a mirage. It's a false narrative created to exploit cap and trade among other financial considerations. Any full and accurate climate model concludes that solar driven multi band energy wavelengths as influenced by the suns natural convection cycle combined with the earth's solar orbit cycle are the principle factors involved with effecting global temperature. There is no man influenced crisis and nothing we do will effect the global temperature.

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