November 26, 2015

FAIL: Trudeau's fumbles when BBC asks why he took down Queen's portrait

Brian LilleyArchive

Many of you will recall that one of Justin’s first acts when he became Prime Minister was to take down the portrait of the Queen that hung in the “Global Affairs” office.

We felt this was disrespectful to the Queen and thousands of Canadians agreed with us since they signed the petition we launched at SaveTheQueen.Ca requesting that the portrait be restored.

Trudeau is in England right now visiting the Queen and the issue of the portrait's removal came up during his interview with the BBC.

Justin’s answer demonstrates yet again, that Trudeau and logic are like two ships that pass in the night.

The manliness of his handshake is another matter still as you'll see in my video.



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commented 2015-11-28 12:33:58 -0500
Call it what it is Justin Trudeau is a complete as.hole….
commented 2015-11-28 08:09:25 -0500
Gerald Butts is the scum of the earth, and he keeps whispering his plans for the continued destruction of Canada, into Junior’s empty head. And of course, Junior is just the placeholder only, and he hates Canada, so he has no problem allowing for the destruction go on. He’s proud of it. Too bad that Butt’s was such a coward, and didn’t run his own campaign, but instead he piggy backs on a name, and because of our illegal election, it has paid off. I wonder how much money Butts is being paid to destroy Canada?
commented 2015-11-27 23:15:21 -0500
Wrong Michael Mann!… Canada is still a “constitutional monarchy” and that’s why we hang The Queen’s portrait for symbolic purposes, whether you care or not…. Now mind you, heaven only knows where we will be four years from now with Prime Minister Gerald Butts at the helm….
commented 2015-11-27 20:40:16 -0500

Who gives a shit? Do you really care about the Queen? I am quite sure that most Canadians don’t care and this isn’t the outrage that Brian is making it out to be.
commented 2015-11-27 15:41:55 -0500
Post this portrait
commented 2015-11-27 15:06:01 -0500
Time to demonstrate in front of the local liberal offices.
commented 2015-11-27 15:03:59 -0500
so he’s comparing que. artists with the monarchy
commented 2015-11-27 13:37:49 -0500
We all know Trudeau is Canada’s second biggest Idiot. The premier of Ontario takes the number 1 spot in that category. Unfortunately, we all also know, we are are all screwed in every which way, with these two in power.
commented 2015-11-27 13:15:35 -0500
Jay, we don’t have a government anymore. We have an actor as a front man for a diabolical socialist contingent
commented 2015-11-27 13:15:23 -0500
what an unbelievably empty headed moron trudeau is. What was all that huffing and puffing about ‘restoring Canada’s reputation’? here’s a newsflash junior, under Prime Minister Harper Canada was actually respected and taken seriously. Now Canada has become little more than the amusing anecdote where the international media uses wonder-boy mumbling stupid shit and doing his best impression of an effeminate teen boy band member as blooper reel content. Well done liberals, your man child sock puppet is proving daily exactly what rational Canadians already knew, trudeau is an empty headed simpleton
commented 2015-11-27 11:32:46 -0500
Norbert – it means that the dirty pony will sell Canada out to the UN in December. They are rebranding government departments, so that everyone has the same script for the world take down by the UN, and the communist governments, who have sold out their countries, for their own gain.
commented 2015-11-27 11:20:56 -0500
What the hell does " Global Affairs" mean anyway? Must mean something to the Fools on the Hill. In my opinion this silly act by Poster Boy has nothing to do with the Queen’s portrait but all to do with Poster Boy catering to his Quebec supporters. It is a silly boys attempt to get even with the Conservatives for not supporting " Quebec Art". This is all about furthering Quebec and once again establishing the French Canadian Majority as a power base for the Liberals. Poster Boy is a Quebecer first. You will all remember that his father did not respect the Queen either. Rotten apples do not as a rule fall and/or role far from the tree.
Personally I do not give a rats ass about the portrait itself, but since Canada is a member of the Commonwealth, and the Queen represents the head of that institution it is symbolically important that her portrait is displayed in all buildings.
commented 2015-11-27 11:14:09 -0500
Pierre – you mean the dirty pony right? Shiny was when he was spreading his fairy tales around, now we are seeing the reality of the dirty pony Trudeau, and you will see what I mean, as you watch this twisted soul destroy Canada, because he is an empty headed bumpkin who sold his soul to Islam.
commented 2015-11-27 11:08:02 -0500
right on, the Shiny strikes , again!
commented 2015-11-27 09:50:50 -0500
Their plan was to unseat Harper at all costs, and those who were fooled by these frauds, are responsible for the hell that is coming our way.
commented 2015-11-27 09:47:02 -0500
Lilley hit the nail right on the head at 0:33 of the video, “The Government’s not interested in listening.”
commented 2015-11-27 09:22:43 -0500
Ronald Reagan was mocked for being an actor. JT is just a portrait himself.
commented 2015-11-27 07:28:27 -0500
Q: What did Vladimir Putin say after his first meeting with Canada’s new PM?

A: “I was Justin Trudeau”.
commented 2015-11-27 07:19:07 -0500
Q.E. Picture in Canada, Churchill bust in White House. Copy catting his idol again.
commented 2015-11-27 02:26:56 -0500
JT is just the pretty face in front of our real Prime Minister, Gerald Butts. The Queens’s portrait is the least of our worries.
commented 2015-11-27 02:14:49 -0500
I’m not too concerned about losing the Queen’s portrait but I think he made a gross faux pas when he drew attention to the that he was now taller than the queen maybe a euphemism that he was above her in his eyes or that she was a shrimp now. very bad taste in any case. Lack of education the way I see it!
commented 2015-11-27 01:20:48 -0500
Stephen, it was really the Conservative Party that latched on to the idea that Justin Trudeau was attractive—and they spent literally millions of dollars of their campaign money playing up that idea.
Most people do not pay so much attention to physical appearance. But is he sharp?
He seems to be doing well.
commented 2015-11-27 01:17:15 -0500
You know, he really isn’t all that pretty, and definitely not the sharpest knife in the country.
commented 2015-11-27 01:08:39 -0500
Peter Babich. You can say it simply. We have a good Prime Minister and a good system of government.
God save the Queen.
commented 2015-11-27 01:05:13 -0500
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commented 2015-11-27 01:02:57 -0500
Oh please, not another story on the queen.
commented 2015-11-27 00:46:25 -0500
Brian Lilley in his post would like to portray himself as a defender of the Queen.
To really support the Queen, as a Canadian, you should support the Crown on Canada.
That is what Justin Trudeau was doing when he warmly approached Elizabeth.
The Queen is the Head of State in this country. A previous government under Stephen Harper portrayed itself a reigning monarch and ruler over all.
Finally, again, we are acknowledging our own chosen system of government.
Brian Lilley and other republicans can go potato themselves.
commented 2015-11-27 00:38:23 -0500
Peter, thank you for your coherent links.
While we work them out perhaps we can be grateful for a Prime Minister who realizes he is the first minister of her majesty the Queen. That is really what “prime minister” means. Jean Chretien was the most recent who acknowledged he was a minister of the Crown. No wonder HM Elizabeth awarded him the honour of closest advisor.
Republicans like Stephen Harper have their place in the Canadian democracy, but thank heavens we have returned to a government which is truly loyal to the Crown.
commented 2015-11-27 00:21:25 -0500
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commented 2015-11-26 23:42:13 -0500
Finally again, a Prime Minister who shows proper respect to the Queen of Canada. Jean Chretien did that and so did Pierre Trudeau.
Our relationship with the Crown is a bit complex, but warmth between the Queen and the Prime Minister is a big help.