Guessing Justin's mental age


Colpy
Conservative
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February 28, 2018
Guessing Justin's mental age

By Theo Caldwell

Not to brag, but I was embarrassed by Justin Trudeau before he went to India.
The Good Book instructs that whoever says to his brother, “You fool!” shall be in danger of hellfire, so let me address this a gentler way.
In assessing others, particularly political leaders, we tend toward familiar terms to gauge their qualities -- experience, intelligence, wisdom, honesty, and so on.
Each of these is important, certainly, but to consider any one, or even several of them, to be dispositive paints an incomplete picture. It is unsatisfactory.
What we are really talking about, though we rarely use the word, is a person’s essence.
Is this a person of substance? Do their values resonate and do they have the means to uphold them?
People of profound experience or nonpareil intelligence can nevertheless be badly wrong. In fact, they often are.


I do not, therefore, choose to pile on the global mockery of Trudeau’s recent India trip by dismissing him as “stupid” or “inexperienced.” Besides, such characterizations can be off-putting, or at least unhelpful -- they miss the point.
Among the many weaknesses of the Conservative Party’s disastrous 2015 campaign to prevent Justin from ascending to his father’s seat as Canada’s prime minister was their ubiquitous slogan, “Just not ready.”
The implication was that the younger Trudeau was simply lacking in time served and, after a few more years of professional politics, would be all set for the big chair.
To civilians like me, pulling our hair out as we watched a winnable election slip away, this failed to address the instinct of millions of Canadians, left and right, that Justin Trudeau was not a person of educable depth.
Having inherited a family fortune and, effectively, the leadership of the Liberal Party, Justin enjoys a more privileged life than you or I ever will. As we sometimes see with children of celebrities, or those who achieve fame too young, arrested development sets in.
To wit, such people do not mature because they do not have to.
As a rough estimate, I would assess Justin a mental age of about 15.
I do not mean a precocious 15, either. In fact, I mean a particular sort of teenager, with which you might be familiar.
I mean the kid in the class who adores the sound of his own voice, who stands in awe of his own intellect, and whose overall obtuseness is obvious to everyone but himself.
He is the sort of self-promoting, mean-spirited virtue-signaler who is always leading some politically correct campaign, just so he can make a speech in assembly or get himself interviewed by the local news.
Cast your mind back to your schooldays and I bet you can picture that kid. I certainly know who it was for me (as does everyone who was in my class except, I suspect, the person himself).
If you still know that person, have they changed much?
Among the little I know of the Conservatives’ current leader, Andrew Scheer, is that he has shocked me twice: once, by winning the speakership of the House of Commons; and again, by becoming head of his party.
He is younger than Trudeau, but reassuringly more mature.
Jovial and unobtrusive, Scheer seems the ideal antidote to Trudeau’s brand of electric nothingness.
In an interview on Election Night 2015, I referred to Justin Trudeau as a “ridiculous ballerina.” Without irony, I apologize for that. It’s no way to talk about people.
But as a Canadian, he wields greater power over my life than does the leader of any other free country over its citizens.
Consequently, it is in my personal interest, and that of my nation, to point out when our prime minister is fundamentally unsuited to the job.
His India debacle is just the latest, searing example that Justin Trudeau is not ready, and never will be.
One hopes our long, national facepalm is almost over.


Read more: https://www.americanthinker.com/blog...#ixzz58XvFigcO
 
White_Unifier
#2
Did he work well as a public-school teacher? If so, maybe he should go back and serve his country there: put please, Justin, keep your personal beliefs to yourself in the classroom!
 
Walter
#3
Theo has always been able to use words well. Brilliant.
 
Hoid
#4
That's a lot of words
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
+2
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

That's a lot of words

Well, if you read them slowly and consult your student dictionary, you can probably read them all.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
-1
#6
I would agree that age 15 is a fair assessment of Justin's level of wisdom, experience and maturity. One question I would have for any prospective political leader is how much experience he's had with dealing with adversity, what was the adversity and how did he handle it? After that comes the traits that Colpy mentioned. Humility is essential! (one of Trump's shortcomings)
 
Johnnny
No Party Affiliation
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#7
Possibly a little younger than mine.

I have better hair and socks though
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
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#8
Quote: Originally Posted by Johnnny View Post

Possibly a little younger than mine.

I have better hair and socks though

That a boy, Johnnny, seeing the humourous side of everything is important or we'll all 'crack up'!
 
Retired_Can_Soldier
+2
#9
He's a spoiled rich guy who is tripping all over himself to be inclusive. He reminds me of those out of touch actors, like Sean Penn, who drags a camera crew to New Orleans so he can look all humanitarian.

He sure made a complete idiot of himself on the world stage.

I did find this Indian News Clip entertaining though. Man, their news is as wacky as CNN and Fox.

I bet Walter gives me a red for calling Fox wacky.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5yif5swneA
 
justlooking
+2
#10
Quote:

I referred to Justin Trudeau as a “ridiculous ballerina.” Without irony, I apologize for that. It’s no way to talk about people.

He is right to apologize, that's no way to talk about ballerinas.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
+1 / -1
#11
I guess the saddest thing of all is for him to get so far before finding out he's a loser! The second saddest thing is you can't unfry the egg!
 
spaminator
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by Colpy View Post

Justin's mental

 
Cannuck
No Party Affiliation
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Theo has always been able to use words well. Brilliant.

Next to Trump, he has the best words
 
petros
#14
Justin has a good 9 years on you.
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
+1
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by Retired_Can_Soldier View Post

He's a spoiled rich guy who is tripping all over himself to be inclusive. He reminds me of those out of touch actors, like Sean Penn, who drags a camera crew to New Orleans so he can look all humanitarian.

He sure made a complete idiot of himself on the world stage.

I did find this Indian News Clip entertaining though. Man, their news is as wacky as CNN and Fox.

I bet Walter gives me a red for calling Fox wacky.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5yif5swneA

So from this clip, they have a picture of the terrorist with Sophie Trudeau. Yep, it was clearly an MP who made the invite. I wonder if they drew lots to see who would fall on the sword for this?
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#16
Things like this happen to/if/when a leader attempts to drift from the ordained ( funded?) master plan...

in bigger places they tend to use lead pencils to write these types of messages.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
+1 / -1
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Justin has a good 9 years on you.

And 90 I.Q. points! Good observation, Pete!
 
Decapoda
+2
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Quote:

But as a Canadian, he wields greater power over my life than does the leader of any other free country over its citizens.
Consequently, it is in my personal interest, and that of my nation, to point out when our prime minister is fundamentally unsuited to the job.
His India debacle is just the latest, searing example that Justin Trudeau is not ready, and never will be.
One hopes our long, national facepalm is almost over.

The article pretty much nails it!!

I only wonder how it is that he still enjoys such support in this country. It's mind boggling and difficult to understand.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
+1 / -1
#19
Quote: Originally Posted by Decapoda View Post

The article pretty much nails it!!

I only wonder how it is that he still enjoys such support in this country. It's mind boggling and difficult to understand.

The hair and the bull shit emanating from his lips!
 
Colpy
Conservative
#20
OOOPS. Wrong thread.
Last edited by Colpy; Dec 10th, 2019 at 01:16 PM..
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
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Quote: Originally Posted by Colpy View Post

OOOPS. Wrong thread.


Probably time it was revisited away, I'd give him about 12!
 
bill barilko
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Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

Probably time it was revisited away, I'd give him about 12!

I was going to say 11.
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
#23
So...that's a roman "2"?

Double digit IQs are the rage these days.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#24
Quote: Originally Posted by bill barilko View Post

I was going to say 11.


No doubt you are closer than I was!
 
Decapoda
#25
Experience - 25-30.
Maturity - 22.
Emotional Intelligence - 14.


It's a bit of a moving target, in certain professions he would definitely excel. His pursuit of hypocrisy and aggressive use of double standards, his lack of respect for morality and fairness and outright seething contempt for differing points of view would play well with a certain demographic in a certain setting, particularly in the current age where society seems to be increasingly self-entitled and intolerant of differing perspectives. These character traits however are not particularly desirable or well suited to civil leadership or international representation. His personality type unfortunately seems to be fairly typical of what you find in academic and similar environments. Despite the obvious damage being caused by today's education system which focuses heavily on indoctrination and social "progressivism," he would likely fit in perfectly in a teaching role or similar.

It's interesting that his past pursuits of substitute teacher, CBC actor, rafting instructor, amateur boxer, social advocate, womanizing blackface party-goer, etc. seem like natural fitting roles for him. He seems to have had fairly astute self-awareness in his past endeavors, one has to wonder where and under what circumstances his self-delusion set in.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by Decapoda View Post

Experience - 25-30.
Maturity - 22.
Emotional Intelligence - 14.


It's a bit of a moving target, in certain professions he would definitely excel. His pursuit of hypocrisy and aggressive use of double standards, his lack of respect for morality and fairness and outright seething contempt for differing points of view would play well with a certain demographic in a certain setting, particularly in the current age where society seems to be increasingly self-entitled and intolerant of differing perspectives. These character traits however are not particularly desirable or well suited to civil leadership or international representation. His personality type unfortunately seems to be fairly typical of what you find in academic and similar environments. Despite the obvious damage being caused by today's education system which focuses heavily on indoctrination and social "progressivism," he would likely fit in perfectly in a teaching role or similar.

It's interesting that his past pursuits of substitute teacher, CBC actor, rafting instructor, amateur boxer, social advocate, womanizing blackface party-goer, etc. seem like natural fitting roles for him. He seems to have had fairly astute self-awareness in his past endeavors, one has to wonder where and under what circumstances his self-delusion set in.


99% attributable to one thing! The acorn doesn't fall far from the tree!
 
harrylee
Free Thinker
#27
Quote: Originally Posted by Decapoda View Post

Experience - 25-30.
Maturity - 22.
Emotional Intelligence - 14.
It's a bit of a moving target, in certain professions he would definitely excel. His pursuit of hypocrisy and aggressive use of double standards, his lack of respect for morality and fairness and outright seething contempt for differing points of view would play well with a certain demographic in a certain setting, particularly in the current age where society seems to be increasingly self-entitled and intolerant of differing perspectives. These character traits however are not particularly desirable or well suited to civil leadership or international representation. His personality type unfortunately seems to be fairly typical of what you find in academic and similar environments. Despite the obvious damage being caused by today's education system which focuses heavily on indoctrination and social "progressivism," he would likely fit in perfectly in a teaching role or similar.
It's interesting that his past pursuits of substitute teacher, CBC actor, rafting instructor, amateur boxer, social advocate, womanizing blackface party-goer, etc. seem like natural fitting roles for him. He seems to have had fairly astute self-awareness in his past endeavors, one has to wonder where and under what circumstances his self-delusion set in.


Typical liberal.
 
spilledthebeer
#28
Quote: Originally Posted by White_Unifier View Post

Did he work well as a public-school teacher? If so, maybe he should go back and serve his country there: put please, Justin, keep your personal beliefs to yourself in the classroom!




NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Our idiot Boy Justin DID NOT do well as a teacher!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


HE LEFT HIS SCHOOL JOB ABRUPTLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


At the time he was a nobody and so his sudden departure made nary a ripple!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


LATER THOUGH ................................it is alleged that accusations were made................................


which we aint allowed to hear about as the matter was BANNED from being reported in Cdn news media...........................


so a Buffalo New York newspaper carried the allegation for us - that Our idiot Boy.......................


is being SUED by some family whose then under age daughter allegedly had an affair with him while she attended his school!!!!!!!!!!!!


Naturally there is a publication ban and privacy issues.................................


and of course the alleged victim and her alleged family are allegedly remaining SILENT .............................


as speaking candidly might jeopardize how much gravy they might allegedly get............................


if the alleged rumours of oral sex and other activities go beyond whispered allegations behind closed doors!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


So Our idiot Boy is going to leave his job as PM in a year or two................................


under exactly the same sort of cloud that apparently obscures his teaching career.................


but unlike what is alleged to have happened while he was a teacher........................................



WE CAN STATE WITH ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY THAT HE SCREWED CANADA REPEATEDLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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