Never interrupt an enemy when he is making a mistake

justin-trudeau

 

So said Napoleon. And while I do not feel that Justin Trudeau is my enemy, I was not consulted by him about his Castro announcement, so I could not save him from embarrassment. Nor apparently could his oh-so-smart advisors.

 

“While a controversial figure, both Mr. Castro’s supporters and detractors recognized his tremendous dedication and love for the Cuban people who had a deep and lasting affection for ‘el Comandante,’ ” Trudeau’s statement said.

“I know my father was very proud to call him a friend and I had the opportunity to meet Fidel when my father passed away. It was also a real honour to meet his three sons and his brother President Raúl Castro during my recent visit to Cuba.”

The prime minister ended his statement by calling Castro a “remarkable leader.”

Let us substitute a few changes here.

“While a controversial figure, both Mr. Hitler’s supporters and detractors recognized his tremendous dedication and love for the German people who had a deep and lasting affection for ‘Der Führer,’ ” Trudeau’s statement said.

“I know my father was very proud to call him a friend and I had the opportunity to meet Der Führer when my father passed away. It was also a real honour to meet his three deputies and his wife during my recent visit to Berlin”

The prime minister ended his statement by calling Hitler a “remarkable leader.”

Additional parodies can be  found at Breitbart.

I have it on good authority from people who have done business in Cuba that the price for doing so were large cheques to Fidel Castro, made out personally, and not in trust or to the equivalent of the Receiver general of the Cuban government. This was a tyrant, a crook, a murderer, and a typical Latin caudillo. Nothing progressive here.

Poor Governor General David Johnson – he has to attend the funeral in Trudeau’s place. 

Justin Trudeau remains a very pleasant young man who will be Prime Minister for a long time, until something much more important than this airhead moment reveals him more clearly to the Canadian public.

Nevertheless, the man who executed, for political crimes,  between 4,000 and 33,000 Cubans out of a population of 7 million, or roughly 15,000  people (equivalent to 680,000 out of 318,000,000 Americans, or the same number as fell in the US Civil War) will be put into the ground  in the presence of the Queen’s Canadian representative.

 

 

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Jan Scheit

Indeed, very pleasant.
Pleasantly praising Castro.
Pleasantly admiring China.
Pleasantly consorting with Soros.
Pleasantly dragging us before the HRCs if we don’t use politically correct pronouns.
Pleasantly making it more difficult, if not impossible, to criticize Islam.
Pleasantly paving the way to fiscal ruin.
Pleasantly stuffing the Trudeau Foundation with cash from affluent Chinese.

I tell you I just love this guy, he’s so pleasant.

Dalwhinnie

I cannot as yet work up a dislike of the guy. You will have to be satisfied with my belief that he is just a typical Liberal, dwelling in a world that does not exist, but which we have to pay for. It is enough to oppose his policies, I think, without working up strong feelings. They will come in time.

Jan Scheit

Yes, a typical Liberal chipping away at our fundamental rights and freedoms; pleasantly, of course. No reason at all to have strong feelings about that.

Bill Elder

This is a high water mark in Mini me Truedough’s short lived political career. It marks the highpoint where the Trudeaupian second wave hit the break-wall of reality and dissipated back into the depths of political irrelevence.

I believe history (not the CBC) will remember this guy as an intellectual light weight who tried to punch way above his weight class – while he’s left behind giving flowery eulogies to last century’s tyrants, Trump and Putin are forging a new global alliance which represents the promise of the future – Tater Tot looks like a wet puppy left out in the rain by comparison.

He’d better beware I hear Chinese consider young dog a delecacy.

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