January 21, 2016

Trudeau breaks unwritten rule of Western politics while speaking in Davos

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder

While in Davos, Switzerland for a World Economic Forum, Justin Trudeau decided to do something that Western leaders don’t do, and it isn’t a good thing.

I speak with veteran campaigner and journalist Ray Heard about the partisan pot-shot Justin took at Harper while hobnobbing with celebrities in Davos.

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commented 2016-01-22 12:32:22 -0500
Truedoh…………A child trapped in an adult’s body. Sad for Canada, sadder for Canadians.
commented 2016-01-22 10:51:42 -0500
Andy Neimers – my dog could bark out a sentence better than Junior! Dogs are so intelligent, but those that voted for this crook, definitely are not.
commented 2016-01-22 10:02:48 -0500
Just not ready to be the PM. Sad, but true.
commented 2016-01-22 09:20:38 -0500
Junior is a constant embarrassment to Canadians! How anyone could have voted for this simpleton is beyond comprehension. He hates Canada, and will do anything to make fools of us. This twit does not represent me in any way shape or form! He can’t even spit out a complete sentence without stammering like a child. God help us!
commented 2016-01-22 08:24:18 -0500
SHELDON BERG… As I’ve noted before; Justin’s speaking mannerisms are so irritating because he is a man of very limited intelligence and it shows when he speaks…. The “articulated pause” – ah, ah, ah – he constantly utters is a sign of his mouth trying to move faster than his brain can find the right word… He therefore reverts to using familiar cliches and platitudes in which he finds comfort… Clearly no Churchill or Kennedy, or in Canada’s case, the likes of John Crosbie… Gerald Buttskie really should get him a teleprompter…
commented 2016-01-22 06:01:44 -0500

Yes, I am leaving, for Texas and a far better place. But why should someone leave? I’m sure you don’t have to go very far through the US to find that many, many Canadians who now live there, for all kinds of reasons. And you will find those, like myself, who live in the US because they refuse to be a part of the utter failure known as Canada. Harper is very much part of that failure; his failure as a conservative is one thing, but his failure to win reelection, and in the process inadvertently lend credibility to JT just proves extraordinary incompetence. And that he even continues to sit as a CPC member in the H of C, when he should be forced into retirement, just proves how spineless the CPC is. And then there’s Rona Ambrose and her case of the warm and fuzzys in her effort to rebuild the CPC is just too much. They are all CINOs. An admission of failure would be a start, but Ambrose won’t even do that. JT maybe delusional, but so is Ambrose. I see her as I see all CINOs and progressives: people of convenient morals and harmful agendas. In the years to come, things will grow worse in Canada, not better. I will cheer on the destruction of Canada because it has been long foreseen.
commented 2016-01-22 02:06:38 -0500
DIETER CUNTH, did you not say that you were leaving Canada? I believe I read a post in which you said that you were leaving.
You don’t have to like Mr. Harper, but constantly putting him down and saying nasty things about him is quite another.
You also disparage Canada, and you do whenever you get the chance.
I have read all your mumbo jumbo regarding Canada and Alberta and colonialism and Ontario and Quebec. You might be right about certain things, But you are wrong to talk down Canada and Mr. Harper.
In light of all that I am glad you are leaving, have a good life.
I am one of the people that Like Mr. Harper and think that he was the best PM this country has ever seen to date.
commented 2016-01-22 01:50:19 -0500
JT, Shiny Pony, Trudope, Turdeau, Asshole, POS, Empty Shirt, Air Head, etc. etc. Never has there been a PM in Canada with so many names.
Sadly every name fits this poor example of a leader of what used to be one of the greatest nations on earth, and is now the laughing stock of so many.
‘Canada is Back’ – back in the middle ages.
Canada, a once proud nation with proud people now fast becoming a place that people will want to leave rather than come here to live and prosper. A nation being brought down by nothing but unadulterated greed for power, being lead by an under educated moron that sees nothing but opportunities to get his picture taken over and over. A moron who opens his mouth and spews rhetoric in his every speech.
A bombastic phony that pretends to be a world class figure but succeeds only in making a fool of himself and his country, and has a spouse that is so moronic as to think she has finally got the world stage on which to act out her wildest dreams of being a star, and a Mother that once again finds herself in the presence of power where she will be able to meet exciting people and have fun once again with the ‘who cares attitude’.
Oh Canada what has become of you?
commented 2016-01-22 01:36:14 -0500

Where Harper is concerned, he remains the worst PM ever. He failed at being a conservative – successive recording-set deficits, even during good times and he fought an election that was his to win and crashed it. A 77 day election campaign? What retarded notion did Harper listen to when he came up with that? He handed victory to Trudeau, pure and simple. Rank him with another moron, Alberta Premier Prentice. (Now, that guy’s a real winner. Makes one believe he was on the NDP’s payroll.)

Praising Harper is just more misplace stupidity. Call him an utter failure as a conservative (CINO) and demand that the CINOs in the CPC either make a truly conservative party or dissolve the damn thing.

And before someone says, “Oh, how are we going to get people to vote CPC if the party is conservative?” That is the sort of whining that one expects of professional political hacks, looking for public office and employment, than people who want to create a true conservative party. That is what the CPC is and maybe it’s time to throw them on the trash heap of utter failure.
commented 2016-01-22 01:24:59 -0500
Am I the only one who finds Justin Trudeau incredibly irritating? He always talks in an über dramatic voice with a slow cadence and weird pauses. I literally can’t listen to this guy speak. He try’s so hard to be … I don’t even know what he thinks he is trying to be because he sounds, to be truthful, like an idiot.
I was very disappointed with the election results. I like Stephen Harper. He wasn’t perfect – but he was the best prime minister in my 45 years. He was a serious man with a real university degree, even a masters in economics. He was a statesman. He understood the world and Canada’s place in it. He had a vision for the country and I think treated the provinces fairly. In fact in my opinion he was too generous with Quebec and eastern Canada.
Trudeau can’t get outside of Stephen Harper’s shadow. You don’t need psychology 101 to see that Trudeau is trying to measure up. This guy Seems more interested in comparing himself against what he knows is a heavyweight. Trudeau knows Harper had the hat and the cattle to back it up. Harper may not have had the momentary sizzle but he delivered on the steak. Trudeau just doesn’t measure up.
I am truly embarrassed to be a Canadian. What embarrassed me the most though are the citizens who thought this guy was a good choice. Really? Seriously? Do those voters really believe this guy should be leading a country let alone a kindergarten class? Trudeau doesn’t represent me. Trudeau has offended me in so many ways in duch a short period of time. The thing is, what is so embarrassing and troubling are the very things he was elected to do.

1. Pull out of Syria
2. Rush in refugees without any thought of how to look after and vet these immigrants
3. Electoral reform. I am cringing as I wait to see what happens on this.
4. His lack of serious direction on pipelines. Alberta is condemned to have pipelines blocked for years to come. The energy industry in this country has no future prospects with Trudeau in power.
This man will be the main representative of Canada abroad. If a guy like me sees how shallow and dim this man is just imagine how someone of some substance is going to look at this guy. Then again there seems to be no shortage of fools in this world. Just look at this country, there were enough dimwits of voting age to get him elected.
Trudeau is NOT MY CANADA!
commented 2016-01-22 01:20:52 -0500

No and you do not understand that there is a very long history of colonialism, as practiced by Ontario-Quebec in their relationship with Western Canada. One need only look at the condescending and irrational comments made by Montreal’s mayor, Denis Coderre, regarding pipelines to see that there is a complete absence of cooperation, economic or otherwise, let alone logic, in the so called Canadian federation. The rationale of Coderre and his fellow travellers is clear: they want to isolate Alberta, and the rest of Western Canada, economically if not politically. Why? Because Alberta is enjoying considerable economic independence. It’s a typical beggar-thy-neighbour policy that has been practiced throughout Canadian history. Again, if Alberta, and many other parts of Western Canada, were to join the US, they would immediately get a better arrangement, considerable sovereignty over their own affairs, and they would be part of the very effective US common market. Right now, the prevailing mindset presented by JT, Wynne, and Notley can only be called certifiably insane. They are sociopaths of the first order and they are maintaining policies that have a pathological bent, with the intent of harming Western Canadians. It’s is a mindset that is determined to maintain a master/colonist that seeks to maintain Ontario and Quebec’s supremacy.
commented 2016-01-22 00:58:34 -0500
Wasn’t it a terrible crime when Harper went to this and had a small speech, now that Justin will stay for 4 days and hobknob the media party is all for it. Funny how that works. WHAT HYPOCRITES!
commented 2016-01-22 00:16:35 -0500
Dieter C—— Why on God’s green earth, do you think that Alberta, should be exempt, from what is happening to every Democracy in the Free World ? You voted in your Bitch , Ontario voted in their Butch and Canada voted in their Pussy. I guess we ALL have to pay the price .
commented 2016-01-21 23:29:02 -0500
In any case, I am not opposed to the destruction of Canada. It’s always been a wildly flawed creation, where internal colonies, like Alberta, are used to serve the interests of Ontario and Quebec. Sovereignist movements have come and gone in Alberta, each time with little, if any, impact. This time, things maybe very different. It’s apparent that a fifth-column have breached Alberta politics and intends to wreck the province in every conceivable way. This is far more than just ruining the economy; this is what is and should be called a concerted effort at genocide. That’s right, genocide. Wreck the economy, cause the wholesale destruction of industries, destroy communities, crush households and families, etc. This has all the earmarks of a plan to wipe out Alberta and displace its population. The same thing happened in the Dafur region and it was condemned by progressives; it happens in Alberta and it’s called “progress”. I’ve always believed that in every progressive, there’s a screaming little Nazi trying to get out. Watching the events unfold in Alberta, we will soon see that little Nazi start jumping up and down, shrieking, and demanding that everyone change their lives to suit that little Nazi’s agenda. Get ready and be ready for the coming war. Interesting times, indeed.
commented 2016-01-21 23:22:32 -0500
That candy ass falsetto fake voice just makes me want to choke the life out of jt. Why does our pm sound like he is advertising for a sleep aid. Christ help us if he ever had to stand up to anyone.
commented 2016-01-21 23:06:45 -0500
Justin just doesn’t get it. He thinks that his friendly version of – ’ Canada is open for Business’ means something to real Leaders

What it really means to them -" Canada is Ripe for Picking" --
commented 2016-01-21 22:52:15 -0500
Of course Trudeau broke an unbroken rule in politics. You don’t personally attack your predecessor. I don’t think I ever heard Obama personally attack George W Bush and likewise Bush has never personally attacked Obama.

What needs to happen now is for Harper to personally attack Trudeau at every chance he gets. Harper is on twitter. Why hasn’t he slammed Trudeau yet? Is Harper going to respond to these attacks by Trudeau or is he going to keep silent like a gutless pussy? I suspect he will stay silent. He didn’t show any fighting spirit during the election and I doubt he will start now.
commented 2016-01-21 22:51:43 -0500
Justin Trudeau, looking so “purty” and once again opening his mouth just long enough to change feet. What an embarrassment this boy is, no clue about anything & making us the laughing stock of the world. If I was a military person, I would be damn insulted with his portrayal of what our soldiers are capable of doing as they can fight on the front lines as well or maybe better than any other military. You can’t be a peacekeeper when there is no peace to keep, but yet again pandering to the left who are content standing back delivering blankets while others do the heavy lifting. He must think of himself as a real prize now, hobnobbing with the likes of clueless Dicapprio & Bono who must have flown there on solar powered jets.
On CJOB news today it was mentioned that Trudeau called a relative of one of the victims (From Quebec) who was murdered from that terrorist attack at that hotel & the relative told Trudeau to hug his wife & children & then hung up on him, because of the way Trudeau responded & therefore he did not appreciate his platitudes.
commented 2016-01-21 22:50:03 -0500
Justin is impressing the Media -but

Not quite as much as our enemies. ( sorry -Canada loves everybody -we have no enemies)
commented 2016-01-21 22:49:52 -0500
Yeah, it’s disconcerting when JT speaks at Davos, but gives a speech that should have been restricted to the election campaign. It’s a pretty big strike against him. Worse, this is a pretty important debut for him, and he just couldn’t afford to fail. Yet, what is even worse is that even one of Trudeau’s journalist/supporters (At least she says nice things about him.) Althia Raj said that the speech was “not inspiring”, filled with “usual platitudes”, and was not a big impact address. It was more for JT’s domestic audience than the audience at Davos. So, JT bombs at Davos, gets included with a high-level coalition meeting that even Australia and Italy were invited to, and he seems to be getting more and more confused the more he gets out. (Chantal Hebert pointed that in her usual biting style.) And Rex Murphy jumped in and found it interesting that JT and Liberals maybe be rewarded political if they start breaking election promises. Murphy said the promises ran the gamut from the overly-ambitious to the outright idiotic. That’s the sort of dumb public image that lasts a long time.
commented 2016-01-21 20:37:26 -0500
Just another layer of stupidity on the stupidity onion that is Trudope!!
commented 2016-01-21 20:18:33 -0500
Trudeau, in just a few short weeks, has made Canada the laughing stock of the world, now he is making himself the laughing stock of the world.

He needs a lockable zipper attached to his mouth, Butts could always unlock it when he feels aroused.
commented 2016-01-21 19:59:45 -0500
Ya know watching this vacant non-stop gaff machine from Sussex Drive, I really can’t blame McCallum for staying permanently drunk – before his time is up, I’m sure most of this Librano caucus will be in drug dependancy to numb the sting of their constant exposure to PM Selfie’s toxic infantile stupidity.

Now Selfie boy’s drive for legal pot makes sense.
commented 2016-01-21 19:58:07 -0500
Yes, but Justin knows nothing outside of his Canada (Quebec).
commented 2016-01-21 19:24:23 -0500
Jr. you’re a classless piece of shit,,,oh right and you’re an ASSHOLE! That is all :)
commented 2016-01-21 19:03:33 -0500
That’s what toads from Que. do.
commented 2016-01-21 18:51:06 -0500
Rod Hailey;
Trudeau’s version of “diversity” is diversity of appearance, e.g.
wheelchair/no wheelchair, and so on.
He has zero tolerance for diversity of thought.
commented 2016-01-21 18:49:35 -0500
The invitation must have been lost in the mail.