Spouse of Canadian Burkina faso victim Maude Carrier hung up on Trudeau's condolence call. (985fm). [Google Translated].
The spouse of Maude Carrier who died in the bomb attack Friday in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, had a lot to say and a lot on his heart when he addressed the 98,5FM this morning. Still shaken, Yves Richard deplored the lack of support from the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and the one he hardly can call "his" prime minister.
"I thank my close friends because it is they who landed home. The first official phone of the Ministry came on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, "in a tone that left no doubt about his disgust about the" work "of ministry officials led by Stéphane Dion.
"My prime minister called me Monday afternoon, Mr. Dion, forget it. In quite a standard formula: Mr. Trudeau told me good luck and condolences and that it was a Canadian pride. I asked him to stop his political blah blah. I asked him to kiss his wife and children and I hung up on him and it It felt good. " Read the full story here.
Mother of Burkina Faso terror victim “ashamed” of Trudeau’s stance on ISIS.“Ashamed” and “outraged” was the message Camille Carrier sent to Prime Minister Trudeau after receiving news that both her ex-husband and her daughter were among six Canadian victims murdered by terrorists from al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb during an attack in Burkina Faso’s capital which left 29 people dead.
Carrier told Quebec City radio station FM93 on Monday she was ashamed by Trudeau’s promise to withdraw six CF-18 fighter jets from the ISIS bombing mission and urged him to keep the jets in the US-led international coalition.
“I want Justin Trudeau, instead of condemning (the attacks) solely with words and his little mouth, to do it with airplanes,” Carrier told Montreal’s 98.5 FM. “I am ashamed.”
“I’m outraged” she said during an an interview with TVA Nouvelles.
“This man [Trudeau] walks with a nice little haircut and always empty and agreed formulas”, referring to a tepid statement issued by the Prime Minister after the Burkina Faso attack which didn’t mention al-Qaeda or Islamist-inspired terrorism.
In another interview Carrier said “I’m revolted to have a prime minister who does not participate in combat”.