From Canada Free Press
No matter what your political stripe is, occasionally you find your country’s leader, to use the vernacular “step in it.” Certainly Americans who are not on the far left can identify with that during the last eight years of the Obama administration. But rarely does a leader say something that makes you feel ashamed and embarrassed to have to admit you are a citizen of your country. A lot of Canadians feel that way after hearing what their prime minister had to say about the death of Fidel Castro.
While in Madagascar giving away Canadians’ hard earned tax dollars, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a statement about the dictator’s death. Castro was close friends with Trudeau’s dead daddy, his once druggie mama and the entire family. Trudeau was obviously shaken up by the death.
In part, the statement read, “It is with deep sorrow that I learned today of the death of Cuba’s longest serving president.” It never crossed his less-than-developed mind Castro remained in power so long because Cubans were denied democratic elections and Castro ruled the island with brute force. But to Trudeau, that was a good thing.
What angered a lot of Canadians was when Trudeau and his spoiled princess wife issued their condolences “on behalf of all Canadians.” While the Prime Minister is entitled to speak for “Canada,” he does not speak for “all Canadians.” Contrary to the mental midget’s assertion, there are a lot of us in what-used-to-be-the-great white north who oppose communism and socialism, especially when it is forced upon people by tyrannical rule.
While many Canadians are upset about Trudeau’s statement, his admiration for Castro’s brutality is hardly shocking. Back in 2013, the guy who brags about being a feminist hosted a women-only event. The women who paid $100 each to be in his presence were allowed to ask Trudeau questions. Undoubtedly he was expecting little girl questions such as how he keeps his hair looking so nice, but one woman asked him which country, other than Canada, he admires the most.
Trudeau’s answer was China because being a dictatorship they can get things done faster. Although he referenced this to being able to “go green” without the pesky necessity of having representatives of the people getting to have a say, he showed he could care less about the lack of basic human rights in China. Trudeau is a disgusting piece of work and his statement of the death of his beloved friend Fidel merely enforced that. Trudeau makes no secret about idolizing dictators and human rights abusers.
Is this a real statement or a parody? Because if this is a real statement from the PM of Canada it is shameful & embarrassing. https://t.co/lFXeqU7Ws0
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) November 26, 2016
After Trudeau’s statement yesterday, many people who do care about democracy and human rights quickly took to social media to express their outrage at the dictatorship-loving punk. One of the more memorable tweets was one sent out by Marco Rubio. The Florida senator tweeted he did not know if the statement was real or a parody. He went on to say if Trudeau’s statement is real, it was “shameful & embarrassing.” The statement was so disgusting Rubio had a hard time believing the prime minister actually made it.
Another line in Trudeau’s statement read, “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.’ ” Obviously the most brain-dead prime minister in Canadian history thinks Castro’s detractors, whether jailed and tortured for political crimes or with their families trying to reach Florida in leaky boats in shark-infested waters, thought of nothing else other than how much Castro loved them.
Trudeau’s phrase, “while a controversial figure,” set out a series of social media posts under the hashtag #trudeaueulogies. Tweets such as “While a controversial figure, Benito Mussolini managed to get the trains to run on time” were sent out. While funny, it was these tweets that received the most attention by the international media and helped make Canada the laughing stock of the world.
Canada could very well end up being collateral damage in Donald Trump’s quest to make America great again. It is sad to say but if our country and economy is damaged by the 45th president of the United States, it will be well worth it if it results in Trudeau and the Liberal government losing power.
Many of Trudeau’s idiotic utterances are funny and almost worth paying high taxes for their sheer entertainment value. Trudeau has told the unwashed masses that budgets balance themselves (after a year in power they really don’t) and he intends to grow the economy from the heart out, whatever the hell that meant. But his statement on Castro’s death embarrassed a lot of people and made them ashamed to be Canadians.
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) November 26, 2016
The statement from turd-boy is not surprising to those of us Canadians that understand the idiot and his ties to Castro.
Papa Turdeau and the family were very close to Castro. One could say that little turd-boy considered Castro as an Uncle. Turd-boy as a child would visit with the family at the Cuban Palace.
Turd-boy likes Communism. I’ll bet he’s wishing that he could be the same sort of Dictator for Canada.
He is now getting lambasted for his condolence statement by Canadians who haven’t yet been blinded by turd-boys good looks and nice hair. Hopefully….more will wake up to how incompetent he really is before three years time and the next election is called.