Canadians across Canada are starting to wonder. Is Trudeau mentally Ill?


EagleSmack
#211
Quote: Originally Posted by Angstrom View Post

Videos on youtube & facebook are starting to appear questioning our PMs mental condition. Some people are questioning if Trudeau even cares about Canada, and Normal Canadians as he repeatedly has awarded handouts to everyone else but.

How can one man cry so many tears and give away so much money , while regular Canadians are struggling to keep a job. And old people are dieing in hospitals in very poor conditions.

Meanwhile we plan on reintegration of isis fighters?

Maybe the guy is crazy, it does run in the family

Bigly
 
White_Unifier
#212
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

Most adults that are obsessed with playing dress-up and can't see how they insult entire nations are more often than not, mentally ill


His son appears to be eating the red pill in that picture.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#213
Starting?
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
#214
Way more Canadians know Trump is mentally ill.
 
EagleSmack
+1
#215
Quote: Originally Posted by White_Unifier View Post

His son appears to be eating the red pill in that picture.


I agree!


Man is JT sure in wonderland.
 
spilledthebeer
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#216
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack View Post

I agree!


Man is JT sure in wonderland.


Our idiot Boy Justin is no more crazy and no more morally responsible than the Soviet monster Joseph Stalin that papa Pierre Trudeau idolized!



Our idiot Boy has been taught by his vile father that the Soviet way is the better way!


Consider:



For anybody looking for the definitive answer to what manner of utterly destructive goof our former prime minister Pierre Trudeau was- and what sort or poisoned values he passed on to his wretched son Justin, one has only to look at the Ottawa Citizen review of a biography of his life written by Max and Monique Nemni. I have drawn out some highlights of that review and then added some comments of my own to the Citizen review and my words appear in brackets. The review appeared in the May 31, 2006 edition and the Nemnis are quoted as follows:

“We discovered a Trudeau who was remarkably different from what we and everyone else had assumed," authors Max and Monique Nemni write in their book, Young Trudeau: Son of Quebec, Father of Canada, 1919-1944.
Even those involved in the book's production say they were shocked at what it reveals about the man who is widely regarded as a modern father of Confederation.

"I was astounded and appalled by this lengthy and convincing account of Trudeau's intellectual journey to the age of 25, long past the age when these activities can be dismissed as youthful follies," says the book's publisher, Douglas Gibson, a long-time admirer of Canada's 15th prime minister.
(Gibson is referring to the Trudeau dedication to anti Semitism, radical Communist ideology and disdain for the democratic process and his separatist ideals).
However, the Nemnis' book draws on Mr. Trudeau's own writings to demonstrate that in the late 1930s, as a student at the Jesuit-run College Jean-de-Brebeuf, Mr. Trudeau ardently embraced the chauvinist francophone nationalism.

In 1936, at the age of 17, Mr. Trudeau wrote a school essay that portrayed him as someday leading a separatist army to create an independent and Catholic Quebec. In one school essay, he sketches a fantasy of being a revolutionary blowing up "the enemies' munitions factories."

"I will return to Montreal sometime around the year 1976: the time is ripe to declare Quebec's independence. The Maritime provinces join with us, and so does Manitoba. I take command of the troops and lead the army to victory. I now live in a country that is Catholic and Canadien."

Mr. Trudeau also demonstrated a distinct lack of multicultural credentials in his youth. He wrote a one-act comedy of manners in 1938 that "was intended to bring out the difference between dishonest and profiteering Jews and honest but too naive French Canadians." The play was selected by the college to mark its 10th anniversary and was "a great success."

Nor, it seems, was young Mr. Trudeau enamoured with liberalism. "Liberalism leads to excesses: to unemployment, anarchy," he wrote in jotting down the main ideas of the "first serious book" he'd read, Pour nous grandir by Victor Barbeau.

One book Mr. Trudeau particularly admired was by Alex Carrel, who won the Nobel Prize for medicine in 1912, and, in 1941, returned to Nazi-occupied Europe to become a star in the collaborationist Vichy regime led by Henri Petain. In L'homme, cet inconnu, published in 1935, Mr. Carrel denounced democracy as foolish and harmful.

"The equality of rights is an illusion. The feeble-minded and the man of genius must not be equal before the law. ... The sexes are not equal."

(I guess that Trudope remark about the `sexes` largely explains why Margaret Trudope ran off to New York/Studio 54 with the Stones and got FAMOUSLY photographed slouching without her underwear! Marg Trudope could give Brittany Spears lessons on public indignity! And no wonder she was a little unstable with a hubby like Pierre!)

Young Mr. Trudeau regarded it-the Carrel book- as the "perfect" book that needed "to be assimilated entirely."

As a first-year law student at the Universite de Montreal in the fall of 1940, Mr. Trudeau wrote notes on the defects of democracy: "Ignorance, credulity, intolerance, hatred for superiority, the cult of incompetence, and excess of equality, versatility, the passions of the crowd, the envy of individuals."
Indeed, like most Quebecers, Mr. Trudeau was against wartime conscription. But his objection wasn't just passive. Young Trudeau advocated what can only be, considering the circumstances, as treason.

In 1942, Mr. Trudeau gave a speech supporting the anti-conscription candidate Jean Drapeau, the future mayor of Montreal. The speech, say the Nemnis, was "anti-British (and) anti-colonial." He denounced the "military clique" ruling Canada and the "disgusting dishonesty" of the (LIE-beral!) Mackenzie King government in forcing conscription on French Canadians. "And if we are not in a democracy, let the revolution begin without delay."

(In other writings not connected to the Ottawa Citizen review, Turdeau was asked why he did not join the fight against Hitler and he responded “I was taught to stay away from Imperialist wars”!)

Rhetoric perhaps, but Mr. Trudeau went on to denounce the Canadian government for even having declared war against Germany in 1939, "at a time when America was not threatened with an invasion, at a time when Hitler had not yet won his staggering victories."

The Nemnis attribute Mr. Trudeau's youthful attitude to the influence of his upbringing and the social environment in which he was raised.

The Nemnis themselves have admitted in interviews that as friends of Mr. Trudeau, they were uncertain about revealing everything they discovered. The Nemnis, academics in the fields of political science and linguistics, describe themselves as left-leaning liberals and staunch federalists. Between 1995 and 2000, they edited the pro-federalist magazine Cite libre (and some call it Communist inspired as its idea of strong federalism included radical socialism as economic policy) at the urging of Mr. Trudeau, who was one of the magazine's founders in the 1960s.

"We were his friends and we wondered whether we should reveal this," said Ms. Nemni, who, along with her husband, got Mr. Trudeau's approval for the biography in 1995.

And they wonder why Mr. Trudeau saved the material, considering the damage it could do to his reputation. "We believe that he had failed to face up to the follies of his youth, but was unwilling to cheat with history."

(I say: The Nemnis and Douglas Gibson are of course desperately seeking some excuse for their suddenly disgraced and much admired leader and long time friend and they wish to pin his disgraceful attitudes onto youthful foolishness-this is deceit on a grand scale! Trudeau was a life long hard core communist who carefully followed the Stalinist party line.

In early 1939 when Stalin and Hitler announced their non aggression pact, it meant that Hitler became a Stalin ally and thus somebody to be supported by Trudeau. The pact cleared the way for Hitler to attack Poland in Sept/39-free from the threat of Soviet interference) and this turned Britain into a Trudeau enemy-daring to elect anti communist Churchill and then declaring war on Germany and when Canada joined the fight WE also became imperialist enemies of Trudeau!

The Nemi`s speak of a strong anti semitic streak in staunchly Catholic Quebec of the early 20th century and this would have been the a Trudeau value as well so they say. However the motivation for Trudeau to be riding about Montreal wearing a German army helmet derives from his Stalinist leanings. Jewish groups with the aid of Swiss Red Cross were doing all they could to expose the ever more savage atrocities committed against Jews, Slavs and political opponents in the Nazi occupied territories and they were making the Nazis look bad-and by extension they were making Stalin look bad so Trudeau took action.

There are a number of accounts of Trudeau riding through Jewish neighbourhoods on his Harley Davidson. Some stories suggest he only had the helmet while others say he wore a full Nazi uniform. One has to assume that since he was so busy writing speeches denouncing Britain; he often had scheduling troubles and simply donned the helmet and left the rest of the uniform at home-at other times with less demands on his time he donned the full uniform. He has also been reported giving the finger to Jews on the street-an early form of Salmon Arm Salute!

The Trudeau act with the helmet and uniform was not a one time thing nor was it a simple prank-his act was designed to send a message-one as plain and stark as planting a burning cross in front the residence of a 1950 Mississippi Black family. The message was this-we know who you are and where you live. You need to learn your place and keep your head down and your mouth shut-and MAYBE trouble will pass you by. I believe this is why Trudeau repeatedly appeared in Montreal suburbs in his regalia-as an attempt to intimidate anti Hitler critics into silence.

Of course when Hitler tore up the pact and invaded the Soviet Union, Our Pet returned to his single minded support of radical socialism).
 
petros
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#217
LIE-beral!
 
Danbones
Free Thinker
+1
#218
Sore A$$



https://www.theorganicprepper.com/fo...ld-domination/
 
EagleSmack
#219
Trudeau is whacky eh?
 
White_Unifier
#220
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack View Post

I agree!


Man is JT sure in wonderland.

Maybe his son could give him an extra red pill too.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#221
Is it mental illness or indoctrination?
 
spilledthebeer
#222
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

Is it mental illness or indoctrination?




Oh its DEFINITELY SOVIET STALINIST INDOCTRINATION FOR ALL TRUDEAUS!



Just consider this gag inducing "Love letter to Castro" written by Sacha Trudeau to the "Long time and close family friend of all the Trudeaus- and it is worth remembering that when Castro died Our idiot Boy Justin had planned to go to the funeral and give a eulogy- till people started asking questions about WHY he would be such a pal to a murderous dictator- at which point he decided to stay home and mourn PRIVATELY! :


For those who don’t believe that the Trudeau`s-father and sons were and are raving socialist revolutionaries who want to destroy conventional `imperialist` Canada-I supply here a letter written by Sacha Trudeau-the brother of our prime minister that Boy with nice hair-for Brains.

Sacha wrote his `love letter to his old pal-the bloody handed communist Cuban leader Castro and it was printed (with serious intent and straight face yet!) by the Toronto (Red) Star newspaper. The Sacha letter was such a gag inducing/lose your lunch at the hypocrisy type document that the National Post picked it up and lampooned it with wonderful sarcasm!

I here present Sacha's love letter to hard line communist Castro as printed in the
National Post: 

The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 rid the world of a political system that slaughtered tens of millions in purges, and sentenced hundreds of millions more to economic slavery. Less consequentially, communism's demise also spared the world of arts and letters one of the most appalling literary tropes known to history: the mythic communist hagiography.

If you've ever traveled to a communist nation, or read its official histories, you will know they run something like this: Great Leader was born a poor villager in the country's heartland. At the age of four, he single-handedly killed a pack of wolves that threatened his town. At the age of eight, he invented a new kind of rifle. At the age of 12, he heroically denounced his own parents as counter revolutionaries. A prodigious autodidact, Great Leader became an expert in every subject -- agriculture, warfare, economics -- and tirelessly applied his intellect to advance the glorious revolution. And so on.

Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, this messianic propaganda style has survived in just two places -- North Korea and Cuba. Or so I thought, until I woke up on Sunday and spotted a museum-quality specimen devoted to Fidel Castro on the pages of the Toronto Star. Had I seen it in The Onion, I would have thought it a fine parody. But the persistently earnest author -- none other than Alexandre ("Sacha") Trudeau -- apparently meant every word.

The legacy of Castro is well-summarized in a recent report by Human Rights Watch: "Cuba remains a Latin American anomaly: an undemocratic government that represses nearly all forms of political dissent. President Fidel Castro, now in his 47th year in power ... continues to enforce political conformity using criminal prosecutions, long- and short-term detentions [and] mob harassment ... The end result is that Cubans are systematically denied basic rights to free expression, association, assembly, privacy, movement, and due process of law."

But those sticks-in-the-mud at Human Rights Watch apparently don't know the real Fidel. Writing on August 13, Castro's 80th birthday, Sacha lovingly described the kindly attentions Cuba's leader once lavished on his late brother Michel, whom the despot nicknamed "Micha-Miche." When Michael was eight years old, we learn, he complained to his mother that he had fewer friends than his brothers. Reports Sacha: "My mother told him that, unlike us, he had the greatest friend of all: He had Fidel."

Such soothing words. Would that we all had a communist tyrant to call our pal.

Sacha's article is full of this sort of maudlin recollection, so much so that one is reminded of the purple love letters Nikolai Bukharin wrote to Stalin from prison in the (vain) hope of winning his freedom. The main difference is that Sacha doesn't have the excuse of imprisonment. He wrote his ode to Cuba's prison-keeper from a nation whose people enjoy freedoms that Cubans can scarcely imagine.

Space forbids a full recitation of Sacha's jaw-droppers, but here are some highlights.

Cuba's Great Leader, we are told, "lives to learn and put his knowledge in the service of the revolution." He is "famous for not sleeping, instead spending the night studying and learning." "His intellect is one of the most broad and complete that can be found." Moreover, Fidel is "a great adventurer," "a great scientific mind," "the most curious man I have ever met," "an expert on genetics, on automobile combustion engines, on stock markets, on everything," not to mention the world's "most audacious and brilliant" leader.

Or, to put it more succinctly, "He is something of a superman" -- a description Sacha justifies with a comic-book propaganda story in which the fat dictator dives 20 metres down into the ocean (without scuba gear!) to collect sea urchins for the Trudeau family's delectation.

Only when we get to the 18th paragraph does Sacha interrupt his sensuous rhapsodies to admit that Cubans "do occasionally complain." But such complaints are akin to "an adolescent [who] might complain about a too strict and demanding father."

In other words, Fidel's single flaw is that he loves too much.

If this were all there were to Sacha's article, then it would merely constitute the unintentionally comic ramblings of a son who still believes the Cuban agitprop passed on to him from his departed daddy -- nonsense that even most Cubans stopped believing decades ago. But his Star essay went beyond that, into something much creepier.

I am thinking in particular of these two lines:

z "Fidel may seem an anachronism: a visionary statesman in a world where his kind have long since been replaced by mere managers, a 20th-century icon still present in the 21st century."

z "With the possible exception of Nelson Mandela, already well into retirement, Fidel is the last of the global patriarchs. Reason, revolution and virtue are becoming more and more distant and abstract concepts." (My emphasis in both cases.)

Since the 1980s, Latin America has undergone a stunning transformation. In the time of Pierre Elliott Trudeau, autocratic police states were the norm, democracy the exception. Now it is the opposite, and only Cuba and Venezuela stand as blots on an otherwise democratic landscape. It is one of the most inspiring political transformations of our time. Yet to Sacha, all of these freely elected leaders are "mere managers." For they lack the "machismo and vigour" that can only emanate from a "revolutionary" regime -- which is to say, a community tyranny.

Throughout the 20th century, there were many other ideologues who preferred "reason, revolution and virtue" to the boring give-and-take of democratic politics and due process. Their ranks included not only murdering despots such as Lenin, Mao and Castro himself, but also starry-eyed fellow travellers and apologists such as Sartre, Fanon and Trudeau pere. Thankfully, the failure of the Soviet experiment has driven both tribes into history's dustbin.

Sacha is a rare exception. Yet from the casual way he throws out his nauseating obsequies, he doesn't appear to understand just how historically discredited his message has become. He is more than naive -- he is ignorant.

The saddest part of it is that Sacha is not an insubstantial intellect: In recent years, he has become a respected journalist, civil libertarian and activist. But there are limits to what even an accomplished person may say and still be taken seriously. What Sacha has written here is so ludicrous that it puts into question everything he's said or will say. Now that he's written this glowing tribute to a dictator with blood on his hands, for instance, why should we believe his repeated claims that this or that Arab terrorism suspect is innocent? Why should we believe his reporting from Iraq, for that matter? If the romantic glory of "revolution" is all that matters in Sacha's political universe, surely jihadis are "supermen," too, no?

Sacha is still a young man -- perhaps young enough to rebound from this blunder if he's more careful with his words. But for that to happen, the naive affection for Fidel bequeathed to him by his father should become the love that dare not speak its name.

jkay@nationalpost.com

- Jonathan Kay is Managing Editor for Comment at the National Post.

SACHA TRUDEAU ON FIDEL CASTRO

'Fidel is the most curious man that I have ever met. He wants to know all there is to be known. He is famous for not sleeping, instead spending the night studying and learning.'

'His intellect is one of the most broad that can be found. He is an expert on genetics, on automobile combustion engines, on stock markets. On everything.'

'Combined with a Herculean physique and extraordinary courage, this monumental intellect makes Fidel the giant that he is.'

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH ON FIDEL CASTRO

'Cuba remains a Latin American anomaly: an undemocratic government that represses nearly all forms of political dissent.'

'President Fidel Castro, now in his 47th year in power ... continues to enforce political conformity using criminal prosecutions, detentions [and] mob harassment'

'Cubans are systematically denied basic rights to free expression, association, assembly, privacy, movement, and due process of law'
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Curious Cdn
Conservative
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#223
^^ We're all starting to wonder if you are mentally ill. ^^
 
spilledthebeer
#224
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

^^ We're all starting to wonder if you are mentally ill. ^^




Being right does not mean automatically agreeing with the mouth breathing LIE-beral crowd!
 
EagleSmack
+1
#225
He's mentally ill.
 
Cliffy
Free Thinker
#226
Human rights are under attack by the Trump administration and it is far worse than anything happening in Canada, that is why America's paid shill is always deflecting attention away from his own countries criminal activity. Right Smack?
 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

Human rights are under attack by the Trump administration and it is far worse than anything happening in Canada, that is why America's paid shill is always deflecting attention away from his own countries criminal activity. Right Smack?

Here you are on a thread that has nothing to do with Trump, and you talk about deflecting?

LOLzzzzzz

And you think I get paid to be here.

Some people may still be wondering if Trudeau is mentally ill, but we all know for a fact... YOU are bat sh*t crazy!

*snicker*
 
DaSleeper
+1
#228
bump
 
EagleSmack
#229
Back to it's rightful place.
 
Liberalman
Free Thinker
#230
Quote: Originally Posted by Angstrom View Post

At lesst Trump is trying to help the country that elected him instead of everyone else in the world like Trudeau

here

You must read the fake news like the Rebel.

The Conservatives had a chance but they lost their star Quebec MP Maxim and no one in Quebec will vote for Jagmeet from the NDP because Quebec is too Christian based and Quebec and Ontario gets one elected.. Trudeau is here for the next term so get used to it Ang.

Quote: Originally Posted by Angstrom View Post

At lesst Trump is trying to help the country that elected him instead of everyone else in the world like Trudeau

You must read the fake news like the Rebel.

The Conservatives had a chance but they lost their star Quebec MP Maxim and no one in Quebec will vote for Jagmeet from the NDP because Quebec is too Christian based and Quebec and Ontario gets one elected.. Trudeau is here for the next term so get used to it Ang.
 
petros
+1
#231
Do you repeat yourself when under stress?
 
DaSleeper
+1
#232
If you repeat something often enough you start believing it....
It's like praying.......
 
petros
#233
At least praying has proven benefits.
 
EagleSmack
+2
#234
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

If you repeat something often enough you start believing it....
It's like praying.......


It's the Liberal way.
 
Mowich
Conservative
+2
#235
Trudeau to apologize Nov. 7 for 1939 decision to turn away Jewish refugees fleeing Nazis

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/jus...even-1.4813667

Age of the public apology: How saying sorry has gone pro

"Turn on the news on any given night and there is a fair chance you will be subjected to a philandering politician, bigoted celebrity, or negligent CEO asking for forgiveness.

Public apologies happen with such frequency these days, in fact, that it has created a new profession: Apology consultant.“It is without a question a growth industry,” says Chris Lehane, an apology consultant, crisis manager, and author of Masters of Disaster: The Ten Commandments of Damage Control. “There just are so many of these incidents.”

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/age-o...-pro-1.2798016
 
pgs
Free Thinker
+1
#236
Quote: Originally Posted by Mowich View Post

Trudeau to apologize Nov. 7 for 1939 decision to turn away Jewish refugees fleeing Nazis

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/jus...even-1.4813667

Age of the public apology: How saying sorry has gone pro

"Turn on the news on any given night and there is a fair chance you will be subjected to a philandering politician, bigoted celebrity, or negligent CEO asking for forgiveness.

Public apologies happen with such frequency these days, in fact, that it has created a new profession: Apology consultant.“It is without a question a growth industry,” says Chris Lehane, an apology consultant, crisis manager, and author of Masters of Disaster: The Ten Commandments of Damage Control. “There just are so many of these incidents.”

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/age-o...-pro-1.2798016

Will he shed tears ? Is Izzy Asper still alive ?
 
spilledthebeer
#237
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

If you repeat something often enough you start believing it....
It's like praying.......




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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!


Max Bernier represents the TRUE public opinion in Quebec!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Quebecers are much mor aggressive about protecting their heritage than other Cdns!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Neither anti white LIE-beral policy or then even worse NDP policies will be acceptable in Quebec during the next election!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


AS for the rest of Canada- LIE-beral immigration policy is so costly and so scary- due to national security concerns that it is NOT acceptable to the Cdn majority!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


LIE-beral indifference to national security is so sloppy that it is triggering trade wars with our Yankee neighbours and this disturbs ALL Cdns!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


LIE-beral hug a thug judges have been so sloppy in dealing with criminal gangs that it is dismaying ALL Cdns!!!!!!!!!!!


LIE-beral environmental policy is so muddled and costly that it is IN DISGRACE in most of Canada!!!!!!!!!!


Multiple provonces have served notice they WILL NOT participate in the LIE-beral carbon crap and trade scam that only cleans cash from wallets and leaves the dirt in the air!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Can Max Bernier get elected in Quebec? Who knows for sure at this time????????


But WE CAN BE SURE that Bernier will BEAT ANY Quebec LIE-beral he runs against!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Mowich
Conservative
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#238  Top Rated Post
 
Mowich
Conservative
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#239
 
pgs
Free Thinker
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Quote: Originally Posted by Mowich View Post

Are you trying to out Cliffy ,Cliffy ?