Category Archives: Justin Trudeau Mocked On World Stage

Justin Trudeau Isn’t the Anti-Trump. He’s Bargain-Bin Obama.

Poor Justin! First the Guardian turned on him, now a Canuck writer exposes him in Slate!

Justin Trudeau Is Not the Leader of the Free World

The truth is that Trudeau isn’t Canada’s answer to Trump. He’s Canada’s answer to Barack Obama. Our habit isn’t to reject America. It’s to imitate you, a few years later and a few degrees milder.

The world is waking…

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When you’ve lost the Guardian… “Stop swooning over Justin Trudeau. The man is a disaster for the planet!”

Sing a song Sophie, Justin is sad!

“Donald Trump is a creep and unpleasant to look at, but at least he’s not a stunning hypocrite when it comes to climate change”

Little by little the world is “Woke” to what we already knew, Justin is an airhead, a liar and a creep.

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Trudeau tries to calm Trump fears in Europe, which sees Canada as bridge to U.S.

“The European Union is a truly remarkable achievement, and an unprecedented model for peaceful co-operation. Canada knows that an effective European voice on the global stage isn’t just preferable — it’s essential,” Trudeau said in the first address by a Canadian prime minister to the European Parliament.

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The Brief: Fifty shades of Justin Trudeau

Did you smell that sickly sweet aroma in the air in Brussels today? It was the waves of smug rolling in all the way from the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

MEPs were getting their reward for the nodding through of the EU-Canada trade CETA – five minutes of one on 751 face time with Justin Trudeau.

What a gushing lovefest it was. So cloying and sweet I got diabetes watching it. Five minutes of saccharine wooing from the floppy-haired studmuffin, standing there like a Canadian Christian Grey.

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PM Useful Idiot Sends Cabinet Officials to ‘Make Friends’ in DC Ahead of Trump Meeting Monday

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has tasked a number of his cabinet officials with traveling to Washington to meet their counterparts in the Trump administration in anticipation of a one-on-one meeting between the two leaders.

Trudeau’s overtures to the White House follow a month in which his personal approval ratings have plummeted following a series of ethics scandals and embarrassing public appearances before hostile audiences during a nationwide town hall tour.


From earlier today – Liberals and Conservatives tied in nationwide poll, Grits still strong in Central Canada, but losing younger voters

I hope Trump pisses all over him from the White House balcony.

h/t Xavier & RM

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Justin Trudeau’s claim that Castro made ‘significant improvements’ to Cuban health care and education

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In his surprisingly warm statement on the death of the Cuban dictator, the Canadian prime minister referenced what he called “significant improvements” in education and health care in Cuba under Fidel Castro. This is a commonly cited sentiment about Castro’s Cuba — that despite his iron rule, he improved the lives of the Cuban people, especially the poor.

A reader asked whether Trudeau’s assessment was really valid, so we decided to explore the issue.

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Cubans in Miami denounce Trudeau’s statement

Justin Trudeau has a habit of putting his foot in his mouth and saying silly and embarrassing things.

Last weekend, however, when he praised Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, Trudeau didn’t just embarrass himself. He embarrassed all Canadians.

In a statement that claimed to speak on behalf of all of us, Trudeau sent a message that is counter to our way of life, our principles and the very heart of Canadian identity.

Pic courtesy Reader Cruel but Fair.

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Adios Fidel, Justin Trudeau now sends his regret

It now appears Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, back from saying foolish things in Madagascar, has finally woken up and has shaken off any equally foolish notion of attending Fidel Castro’s funeral.

There was absolutely no reason to go, and every reason not to.

Pierre Trudeau is dead, and so is Castro.

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A Monster and his Suck-Ups #trudeaueulogies

“…Justin Trudeau enjoys “publicly manifested homosexuality” so much he’s the first Prime Minister of Canada to march in the annual LGBTQWERTY parade. If he were minded to “publicly manifest” his enthusiasm in Cuba, he’d be arrested: “Social justice” isn’t quite as sociable there as it is in Toronto.”

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Fidel Castro had 20 luxury homes, a private island, an 88ft yacht – and mistresses galore

Fidel Castro the restless revolutionary had no time for pleasure, despising holidays as ‘bourgeois’ and claiming to live in a fisherman’s hut. His only luxury was the cigars that he continually chomped.

Or so he insisted to fellow Cubans who endured decades of abject poverty, crumbling housing and food rationing during his long rule. However, the reality — carefully kept from public consumption thanks to his iron grip on the media and public discourse — was very different.

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Trudeau’s turn from cool to laughing stock

It was bound to happen sooner or later.

Ever since his election as Canada’s prime minister last October, Justin Trudeau has revelled in global tributes, raves and swoons. He’s the Disney prince with the trippy dance moves, the groovy Haida tattoo and the gender-balanced cabinet. He’s the last best hope for globalization, the star attraction at the Pride Parades, the hero of the Paris Climate Summit, the guy everyone wants a selfie with.

Trudeau made himself synonymous with Canada. He made Canada cool again. It was fun while it lasted.

This is wonderfully Brutal.

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