IS JUSTIN TRUDEAU THE SMART MAN’S STUPID PERSON?
A MACWALRUS POST COLUMN BY SCOTTBATHA BROWNTE
Controversial Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has become a “lightning rod” for controversy.
According to his accusers, he is a “spineless, virtue-signalling excuse for a feminist,” “what would happen if the song “Imagine” took human form and then ate a Tide Pod,” and a “UN-Soros-funded Agenda 21 NWO GlobalistWarmist Jihadi Selfie Beta Male Soy Boy Traitor Cuck Embarrassment.”
There have been many questionable and offensive things he’s done, such as elbowing a female MP in the boob, using his new-found fame to hobnob with celebrities, and displaying and culturally appropriating a Haida tattoo on his shoulder as some sort of weird and unsolicited way of claiming Indigenous credibility.
But what originally made him a legend was his tactical defiance against Conservative principles by beating then-Senator and Indigenous man Patrick Brazaeu to a bloody mess. This energized his far-left base that has always fantasized about beating up conservatives.
Now he’s planned to launch an extremely expensive and controversial website pledging to “engage Canadians in a process of self-exploration and a reflection of who we are at this particular juncture in our history.”
So what motivates this Prime Minister to say some of the things he does?
Here are some of his takes:
- Telling an injured veteran that veterans’ groups are “asking more than we have to give”
- ISIS is comparable to “Italian families settling in Montreal in the postwar years“
- Peoplesplaining that “We like to say ‘peoplekind’, not ‘mankind'”
Trudeau seems like a very dumb guy. He presents as empty-headed, naive, clueless and smiling, without a care in the world. When he opens up his mind and lets you watch it wander, it goes to some very frightening places.
And really, if he wasn’t a rich, white, educated liberal with fantastic advantages most Canadians can only dream of, would anyone REALLY be listening to him?
But many of his beliefs are very unexceptional, such as professed feminism, the need to keep his sock game on point, and constant and random references to Wilfrid Laurier.
He’s become a sort of a self-help guru for disaffected progressives who need a new mascot after Obama turned out to be yet another neo-liberal disappointment.
His supporters post videos online of him DESTROYING rowdy protesters at town halls, such as when he dictated to police to remove hecklers when they didn’t “respect anyone in the room.”
Perhaps the reason for Justin Trudeau’s appeal is that millenials have been brought up with no direction and no practical way to live. So when he states that “we have to rethink elements as basic as space and time,” it validates their aimlessness and reinforces their delusion that they, too, can ascend to the highest office in the land by being a 40-year old ex-camp counselor and bouncer with no life accomplishments.
Trudeau’s immense popularity on the far left lies precisely in his intellectual validation of Communist dictatorships like Fidel Castro’s, who he praised as a “remarkable leader,”and China’s “basic dictatorship.”
It may be that Justin Trudeau just isn’t ready for prime time. He believes it will end well. And on this point, I completely disagree.