September 26, 2016

British media tagging along on Royal visit fail to fall for Trudeau’s charms

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder
 

Justin Trudeau is used to fawning media coverage from the Canadian press but the British media travelling with Prince William and Princess Kate aren’t going quite so easy on our charming Prime Minister. 

It began with young Prince George refusing to engage in a high five with Trudeau and then moved on to more serious matters when a visit to an immigration centre threatened to get political.

Watch as I show how the presence of British media appears to be showing the Canadian media how the job should be done.

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commented 2016-09-28 15:10:49 -0400
So good to see Trudeau on his knees before the future king! …and snubbed by him too!

Just be glad you didn’t have to spend an evening with Justin and… whoa…who is that!…that wide-angle lens angle was very telling…and so was the Cowboy ‘hat’. What a distinction between class and no class…imagine telling the press that they were not really wanted……“let’s get this (media) over with”…yeah…get these low class commoner press gang out of here..(oops…too back the press is having to learn they are not loved by Justin, at all. Such a harsh insult after all their bowing and scraping for so long…but we only have one real princess and it isn’t that commoner, Sophie.)
commented 2016-09-27 18:32:02 -0400
Journalism is dead in the west! It died years ago actually, but now the rotting corpse of what has been, is stinking up the place so badly, it’s hard not to notice. Only a few small pockets of living, breathing, and thinking journalists still exist. they exist only in places like The Rebel. One of the few places where the stench hasn’t permeated.
commented 2016-09-27 17:11:15 -0400
I’m sure that Prince George knew that the first thing this twit did when being placed in our PM’s chair, was to remove his great-grandmother’s portrait. I hope it was Queen Elizabeth who told him to snub junior for the press!
commented 2016-09-27 14:36:12 -0400
Peter, you are correct. I should have included all of the socialists or at least a portion of them to the figure. There is not much difference between NDP and Lib parties anymore. In Ontario Wynne has made Horwath redundant. Federally Trudeau has made Mulcair redundant.
commented 2016-09-27 11:47:14 -0400
The Brit MSM and the Royals have had Trudeau labeled, ever since he visited the first time and talked about the Queens Hairs.

What an embarrassment he is

The PM is Persona Non Gratis at Buckingham Palace.
commented 2016-09-27 09:53:11 -0400
The indignity of it all!!!!
commented 2016-09-27 09:50:27 -0400
You ALWAYS judge a person’s character by the way children and animals react in their presence. Just added proof that the prime minister is an asshole.
commented 2016-09-27 08:56:23 -0400
Hyacinth said, “Interesting that a three year old child is smarter than 39.47% of the Canadian population.”

Hate to disagree, Hyacinth, but when you listen to that socialist 39.47% you see a lot of very childish self-deluded, self-important people.

As an example, our resident socialist trolls, (Sean, Kelly, Andrew, Anonymous, to name a few) exhibit an exception grasp of selfish childish thinking. They are but an average sample of those 39.47%.
commented 2016-09-27 02:35:22 -0400
Sean, you’re absolutely hilarious! Thanks for the good laugh… I needed that.
commented 2016-09-27 02:14:24 -0400
Justin is jealous that Prince Williams wife has some class and character.
commented 2016-09-27 02:09:56 -0400
Geez Gordo must have his face buried in Hagen Daz after seeing this.
commented 2016-09-27 02:09:21 -0400
Justin outsmarted by a 3 year old, just like when he was in high school.
commented 2016-09-27 00:57:23 -0400
“Snubbed by a three year old. Ha, ha,ha,ha. Even a three year old can tell a POS when he sees one.”

“But we also have proof that a 3 year old can recognize a fake and a farce.”

Interesting that a three year old child is smarter than 39.47% of the Canadian population.
commented 2016-09-27 00:21:51 -0400
I have never been a supporter of the monarchy, an institution that outlived its usefulness as anything other than a figurehead over a century ago and has had more than its share of snobs, dunderheads, and fops since. The amount of taxpayer money in multiple countries that goes toward supporting it is ludicrous.

That being said, I see that there may be hope after all. Young Prince George, at least, appears to be a pretty good judge of character.
commented 2016-09-27 00:20:18 -0400
Jay Kelly commented – “There are more serious issues than the Prime Minister high-fiving the wee boy”

Exactly.

Like the evolving hiding super inflated expense charges scandal, and debt spending in an economic downturn, and irresponsibly raising immigration rates when Canada has high unemployment – serious indeed.

But let’s be honest, The PM has an addiction to celebrity that outstrips his responsibility to the nation.
commented 2016-09-27 00:19:23 -0400
BILL ELDER you are right.
I have two grandsons that are 5 and 4 years old and they are a whole lot smarter and posses more acumen than the drama teacher.
But we also have proof that a 3 year old can recognize a fake and a farce.
commented 2016-09-27 00:10:49 -0400
Absolutely right again Jay K.
The royal visit is but a diversion from the serious. But it was interesting to see JT embarrass himself.
commented 2016-09-26 23:59:07 -0400
There are more serious issues than the Prime Minister high-fiving the wee boy.
commented 2016-09-26 23:36:51 -0400
Jay Kelly, I thought you were supposed to be controversial and an irritant.
“Canada is coming across well, with our lovely landscapes”…absolutely right.
“and a young and vigorous Prime Minister”…well young-ISH. Vigorous? If you mean he exercises to stay in shape, then, yes.
“who compares favourably to Prince William”…insofar as they are both silver-spooners, right again.
“There is a hint of jealousy in the British papers”…sarcasm noted.
Get some sleep, try again tomorrow.
commented 2016-09-26 23:20:26 -0400
The British media can focus on every detail of a Royal visit abroad. They love the details.

Canada is coming across well, with our lovely landscapes and a young and vigorous Prime Minister who compares favourably to Prince William.

There is a hint of jealousy in the British papers.
commented 2016-09-26 22:43:01 -0400
Marty Ashfield commented – “Snubbed by a three year old.”

Now Marty, it’s not good form to make sport of the developmentally handicapped, a 3 year old has far more intellectual prowess and the comparison is unfair
commented 2016-09-26 22:05:34 -0400
EVELYN , I was going to further on , but no need , it’s been said
commented 2016-09-26 22:03:18 -0400
He is uncouth. Plain and simple. He grew up meeting world leaders while at Papa Doc Duvalier, ah, er, Papa Doc Trudeau’s knee. That does not make him an expert on international diplomacy nor on the royals.

He is simply immature. He has been living with the umbrella of being our “young Prime Minister”. He is over 40 years old and is a rude, arrogant, and a not too bright child. Wisdom usually comes with age, but sometimes age comes alone. This is a prime example of his shortfall. He is a good example of being seen and remaining unheard. You know he is saying something stupid – or vacuous – is when his lips move.

Then there is his wife. Princess Sophie Hasnobrains. Hopefully she will not give a command performance and make her usual poor attempt at singing. Kitsch describes her well, especially and usually her choice of dress.

There is no dignity with the Trudeaus. They are both out of their league but are too stupid to realise this.
commented 2016-09-26 21:01:43 -0400
Snubbed by a three year old. Ha, ha,ha,ha. Even a three year old can tell a POS when he sees one.
Trudeau the stupid fucking arse hole tried to garner brownie points with Prince George.
TRUDEAU=FAIL.
commented 2016-09-26 20:56:32 -0400
Prince George is smarter than most Canadian journalists. He knows a fake when he sees one. And “La Patate” cannot get away from his new toys………refugees. He brings them out for Banana Obama and now for the British Royalty. So many countries laugh at them (patate and the wife)that if I was a journalist I would refuse any assignments to follow them.
commented 2016-09-26 20:56:32 -0400
Prince George is smarter than most Canadian journalists. He knows a fake when he sees one. And “La Patate” cannot get away from his new toys………refugees. He brings them out for Banana Obama and now for the British Royalty. So many countries laugh at them (patate and the wife)that if I was a journalist I would refuse any assignments to follow them.
commented 2016-09-26 20:45:35 -0400
Bruce Clark commented at the outset of the Comments: “Clearly the Brits know an arse hole when they see one.” That really sums it all up so with that comment aired again, Comments can now close. No need for any more. :)
commented 2016-09-26 20:04:58 -0400
Perhaps this might be a good time for the Tater Tot to consider a new career. Say, being an author. He could write, “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Being a Complete Idiot.” What a self-absorbed,narcissistic, pseudo-celebrity. And to think people who voted for him are allowed to breathe the same air as the rest of us. Eeeewww.
commented 2016-09-26 19:48:25 -0400
Justin being treated as he acts rather than as the gay Canadian main stream media sucks up to him? Too funny
commented 2016-09-26 19:23:50 -0400
Justin and Sophie are “hangers on” of the worst kind. I see JT scheduled himself with the Royals extensively, looking for BFF’s of the Kardashian kind, I guess.
William (because of the influences of his mother, grand-mother, military, and others) will be polite to Our Dear Leader and his concubine, but I would love to be a fly on the wall in his private conversation with Kate after having to endure many precious hours with the most pretentious couple in the world. “Poor Canada”, says William.