Monday, November 11, 2013

On a Monday

Have you forgotten yet?...
Look up, and swear by the green of the spring that you'll never forget. 

("Aftermath", Siegfried Sassoon) 

A day not to forget.

On this day, let us never forget all Canadians who served their country while one prime minister scooted around supporting the Nazis and his son who gave tribute to a country whose human wave tactics were meant to exhaust and wipe out both Canadian and Korean forces.

And what a joke it was!

Various groups in Canada whose members suffered under Chinese Communist policies have denounced Trudeau's statements. But a bizarre CBC panel on Friday night seemed to imply Trudeau was the one wronged.

Maclean's Martin Patriquin was certain Trudeau was joking.

Panelist Kelly Cryderman, from the Globe & Mail, said "you have to wonder if he misheard the question."

It was then mentioned that after Trudeau's weird comment he said "Sun News can now report that I prefer China."

(Sidebar: and how!)

This is why journalists deserve contempt. Helping such a man as Trudeau win an election despite his obvious idiocy is condemning this country to the slow, lingering death the Americans are now dying. It's bad enough there is still a popular press covering for Obama's many, many, many mistakes but that the CBC would have Canada make such a blunder as picking the Fils for leader is unforgivable. Trudeau wasn't joking. He's not even smart enough to tell a dark joke. He was serious, just as his father was when he praised Mao Tse Tung (see: HUMAN WAVE TACTICS, FAMINE, WAR, hell- any of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse).

Starvation in Chinese-backed North Korea- fodder for the CBC/Trudeau joke machine

Related: he's being contrary just for the sake of it:

Trudeau was on Twitter Sunday afternoon answering questions from his followers. Some wanted to know his favourite movie - "probably The Shawshank Redemption" - while others wanted to know his most recent iTunes purchase - the latest album from the U.S. indie pop band Fun.

But Michael Gismondi asked Trudeau: "Would a Trudeau-led federal government reconsider the slew of new mandatory minimum sentences recently rolled out by the (Conservatives)?"

Trudeau responded: "I (and the Liberal party) trust the judiciary to do their jobs well, so yes."
Shallow and willing to further empower activists judges. Douchebag. 

You don't say:

Polio that has crippled at least 13 children in Syria has been confirmed as being caused by a strain of the virus that originated in Pakistan and is spreading across the Middle East, the World Health Organization said.

And now, a song for remembrance.

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