Canada: Trudeau Bends the Knee to Emperor Trump

Daily Stormer
November 10, 2016

Canadian Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau arrives at a victory rally in Ottawa on October 20, 2015. Canada is "back" on the world stage, newly-elected prime minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday after a landslide victory that ended nearly a decade of conservative rule. "I want to say to this country's friends all around the world, many of you have worried that Canada has lost its compassionate and constructive voice in the world over the past 10 years," Trudeau told a rally. "On behalf of 35 million Canadians, we're back" AFP PHOTO/NICHOLAS KAMM (Photo credit should read NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

Uh, did you think he was going to resist the Trumpenfuhrer?

Well done, Justin.

Once Trump annexes Canada, you might be allowed to remain as governor.

Until we find someone else.

Le Journal de Montréal:

Translated from the original French.

Wednesday, Justin Trudeau showed extreme care in avoiding to deliver the depths of his thoughts. Avoiding the journalist’s microphones, Mr. Trudeau made a short written declaration to congratulate Mr. Trump. “Canada has no friend, partner and ally greater than the United-States,” he said in a letter published at dawn.

Later in the morning, Justin Trudeau briefly alluded to the election of Trump in a speech given to school children.

Speaking to 16 000 youths in an event in Ottawa, Mr. Trudeau said he was convinced his government and the future Trump administration shared “the same objectives.”


Embarassing. I cringed.

The same objectives, Justin?

Is that the best you could come up with?

You government’s objective is to import every last low IQ savage from the third world we can convince to move up to this frozen wasteland, and then worship them like Gods. I guess your secondary objective is to beat Sweden for the title of most embarrassingly degenerate nation on Earth.

I can guarantee you, this won’t be the Trump administration’s orientation.

Mr. Trudeau specified that the two states had “this desire to build countries where the middle class and those who work hard to be a part of it will have a real chance to succeed.”

We need governments who listen and answer” to the “worries” and “hopes” of a certain part of the population, he specified, evoking the voters who turned their backs on the establishment by voting Trump.

During the whole American electoral campaign, Justin Trudeau has refused to comment on the escapades and sharp positions of the Republican candidate.

I guess he must have had smart people advising him to shut his mouth, predicting that Trump had a good chance of winning. I can’t imagine Trudeau having the discipline to avoid virtue signaling along with the choir of indignation the Canadian media has been whipping up about Trump unless he was restrained by his handlers.


Stick to what you do best: cringey photo-ops to embarrass us on the world stage.