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    Quote Originally Posted by Analyzer View Post
    Prediction : Trudeau will not be criticized by the Irish media.
    Of coursh.. If it was Trump, they would be all over it like a cheap suit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscurito View Post
    He trades a little too heavily on contrasts - specifically:
    - the contrast with his predecessor
    - the contrast with the ongoing circus/zoo in the country to his south.
    Trudeau is just as hopeless as Showbama.

    Sulking. Squandering public money. Talking nonsense. Doing u-turns for the dumbest readons. Running a country like as if it was really an exercise in showmanship.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stopdoingstuff View Post
    I hate him. I want him to get AIDS.
    He has enough problems with his current aid(e)s.

    Top Trudeau aides apologize for moving expenses controversy, vow to repay

    Errrm....hang on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by midlander12 View Post
    Trudeau always struck me as a classic media creation - every classic left-liberal button pressed, son of a trendy politician from the 1970's whose uselessness has been conveniently forgotten about, admirer of Obama, pro-immigration, you name it. I suspect he will be a one-term wonder while the Tories reorganize themselves.
    'Pro-immigration'? A pro-immigration policy has practically been on an ongoing Canadian policy since the end of the Napoleonic wars. You don't get to claim sovereignty over the second largest nation-state in the world with a population the size of Spain unless you have a plan to maintain population levels over the long term.
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    From 150 years of immigration in Canada

    "The 1871 Census enumerated approximately half a million foreign-born people, representing 16.1% of the Canadian population.

    The foreign-born population continued to rise at the end of the 1800s, but at a slower pace than the population born in Canada. The 1901 Census recorded the lowest proportion of foreign-born population in Canada (13.0%).

    After the considerable rise in immigration at the beginning of the 1900s, the 1931 Census counted nearly 2.3 million of foreign-born people, representing 22.2% of Canada's population.

    This influx of foreign-born people was followed by a significant drop to approximately 2 million in 1941, as a result of the Great Depression and World War II, but also due to high emigration levels. By contrast, since the 1950s, the foreign-born population has been steadily increasing.

    For example, by 2011, the National Household Survey estimated the foreign-born population at 6,775,700, representing 20.6% of the total population. This was the largest proportion since the 1931 Census."
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    Why do these people always get seduced by nonsense like free holidays?

    He surely earns enough as Canadian PM to pay for his own holidays?

    Such greed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stopdoingstuff View Post
    I hate him. I want him to get AIDS.
    Ugh, you revolting, foul little person. What a repulsive thing to say.

    I don't like the man but that is just sick.

    Onto ignore with you, you classless little maggot.
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    Incidentally, he is a very sexy man.

    He could have had a much more stimulating stay in my flat in Birmingham or sharing a double bed in a B&B in Blackpool with me.

    If he started wibbling on about silly liberal politics I'd have just popped something in his mouth to keep him quiet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Analyzer View Post

    I don't hate him. I don't like his amateurism and clueless arrogance.
    Said the Trumpette!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blokesbloke View Post
    Ugh, you revolting, foul little person. What a repulsive thing to say.

    I don't like the man but that is just sick.

    Onto ignore with you, you classless little maggot.
    Do I actually need to point out that I do not wish any human being to become ill and that I was engaging in my standard wind up post?
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