what the writer believes are outrageous words of condolences for the now-dead (finally) Dictator and murderous Cuban tyrant, Fidel Castro.
While in Madagascar giving away Canadians’ hard earned tax dollars, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a statement about the dictator’s death. Castro was close friends with Trudeau’s dead daddy, his once druggie mama and the entire family. Trudeau was obviously shaken up by the death.
In part, the statement read, “It is with deep sorrow that I learned today of the death of Cuba’s longest serving president.” It never crossed his less-than-developed mind Castro remained in power so long because Cubans were denied democratic elections and Castro ruled the island with brute force. But to Trudeau, that was a good thing.
What angered a lot of Canadians was when Trudeau and his spoiled princess wife issued their condolences “on behalf of all Canadians.” While the Prime Minister is entitled to speak for “Canada,” he does not speak for “all Canadians.” Contrary to the mental midget’s assertion, there are a lot of us in what-used-to-be-the-great white north who oppose communism and socialism, especially when it is forced upon people by tyrannical rule.
While many Canadians are upset about Trudeau’s statement, his admiration for Castro’s brutality is hardly shocking. Back in 2013, the guy who brags about being a feminist hosted a women-only event. The women who paid $100 each to be in his presence were allowed to ask Trudeau questions. Undoubtedly he was expecting little girl questions such as how he keeps his hair looking so nice, but one woman asked him which country, other than Canada, he admires the most."
Read Trudeau's answer, and the remainder of this article at the following link:
"Canada could very well end up being collateral damage in Donald Trump’s quest to make America great again."