< L’imposture Voltaire > — Marion Sigaut
“We don’t want people coming in and pushing any kind of agenda on Canada,” he said.
In an emailed statement sent to CBC on Saturday, Angott said the marches are “a neighbourhood watch-based activity, with a focus on the safety of women, children and the elderly.”
“Is there something familiar about these shoes?”
“Yeah, I been shining some for a white man—”
“A fellow named Griffin?”
“Yeah. Do you know him?”
“I am him.”
Is it a coincidence that two of the three factors Trudeau cited about violence against women are well-worn stereotypes about black people?
Desmond Cole (2016)
No, it is no co-incidence at all.
In fact, 2 of the 3 factors Trudeau Jr. cited about violence against women are well-worn stereotypes about white folks too!
Stop provoking civil unrest in Canada.
The root cause of the feud seems to run much deeper.
In the reporting that followed, the Canadian media deliberately and pointedly did not place Trudeau’s verbal essay on quantum computing in the context in which it occurred. They instead chose to present the story in a fashion that would ensure maximum PR benefit to the prime minister — namely, this idea that Trudeau confidently called the bluff of a patronizing reporter.
To put it another way, the Canadian media has actually reversed the realities of the story 180 degrees. What is being falsely presented as a story of a scrappy prime minister resisting a hostile press is actually a story of a slavishly subservient press who are actively shaping their reporting to suit the government’s needs.
It is a disgrace.