October 22, 2019
Who died and made you Robin Williams?
This isn’t simply a triumph for the LGBTQ+ community, but also a triumph for everyone who likes to get fucked in the ass. It’s also a triumph for people who fuck animals and small children.
It proves that even in the age of Donald Trump, a brutal dictator, most people would still rather get fucked in the ass than guard their anuses from foreign entry.
Justin Trudeau won a second term as prime minister of Canada in a narrow victory that will mean he will lead a minority government. Its worth noting that minority governments in Canada do not usually last longer than two years.
Trudeau’s Liberal Party led in 146 out of 304 electoral districts that had reported results by about 10:30pm Toronto time on Monday, short of the 170 needed to security a majority government.
The New Democratic Party were widely expected to support the Liberals in some way, but the nature of their future relationship in the Canadian parliament remains to be seen and there was speculation that the left-wing party would pull Trudeau in a more progressive direction.
However, the party led by Jagmeet Singh suffered a blow on election day, dropping to 24 predicted seats from the 44 it won in 2015. However Singh gave no hint of disappointment, dancing and high-fiving supporters after a triumphant speech, in which he said his party would continue to “play a constructive and positive role in the new parliament”.
Donald Trump congratulated Trudeau for a “a wonderful and hard fought victory”, saying Canada was “well served” by its leader. His congratulations came despite the leaders’ rocky relationship. Trump described Trudeau as “dishonest” and “weak” at last year’s disastrous G7 meeting in Quebec.
Other world leaders joined a chorus of congratulations for Trudeau, but Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron are yet to comment.
In an awkward moment in the early hours of Tuesday morning, barely a minute after Andrew Scheer started addressing supporters at the Conservative headquarters, Justin Trudeau took to the stage in Montreal to deliver his victory speech, in a highly unconventional moment of political scheduling, which a CTV news anchor suggested was evidence of a “nasty campaign” spilling over into election night.
Addressing supporters, Trudeau said the nation had voted in favour of a “progressive agenda” and committed his government to fighting for all Canadians, not just those who voted for him.
I have to say.
It is sometimes hard to not feel like the goyim don’t deserve what they get.
But then I remember that women are allowed to vote, and that none of this would be happening if we still had the normal system of only allowing white male landowners to vote.
Then, I am able to once again feel sorry for the goyim.
By the way, I just want to add that I thought the Breaking Bad movie, El Camino, was pretty good.
I just didn’t really understand the point of it. Seemed kind of unnecessary. I thought it was going to lead into a spinoff, but it doesn’t really seem that way.
Funny that Robert Forster died the day it was released.
They don’t make ’em like him anymore.