Justin Trudeau, drama teacher
, must be an important man. Somebody seems to be threatening him.
Police continue to hunt an intruder who broke into Liberal leader Justin Trudeau’s Ottawa home and left a threatening note on a line of butcher
knives while Trudeau’s wife and children slept upstairs.
No one was injured, but Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau and the couple’s three children left their home after discovering the break-in on Saturday morning.
“We’re extremely shocked and destabilized,” Justin Trudeau told the Montreal Gazette later on Saturday.
A source who asked not to be identified told the Ottawa Citizen a handwritten note suggesting that the family should lock its doors was placed on a
line of “five or six large butcher knives” in the home. According to another source, unspecified articles were found gathered at the back door
with a note saying those items could have been stolen.
Trudeau has done a couple of controversial things since becoming the leader of The Liberal Party of Canada.
The first thing he did was excruciatingly obnoxious. He disenfranchised Liberal senators, forbidding them from attending Liberal caucus meetings and
from representing themselves as Liberals. This is undoubtedly a prelude to abolishing the senate or to replacing it with an, wait for it, elected
body of nonpartizan senatorial representatives
. (Oh the humanity!)
You have to be "young and dumb" to believe in an idea like that.
Older and wiser people will see it for what it is, an attack on the idea of government in Canada. The Americans will love it.
Trudeau has also come out in favor of legalizing marijuana. Personally, I don't think he really cares about this issue in the way that most advocates
for legalization do. The Party, while being open to applications from anyone to run in elections for the Party, seems to be a little wary of Jodie
Emory, the national pot princess, applying to be a candidate.
On the Party's website, there is a petition to advocate for the legalization of marijuana that has been signed, when I looked at it, by 39,299 people
That's hardly overwhelming support among those who are in all likelihood, Party stalwarts or Trudeau family members. Who else would go to this
I think marijuana legalization will not happen in this country, although, the criminal charges associated with possession, use, and sale may well be
lowered considerably, perhaps even into insignificance as far as possession goes.
I think Trudeau's "marijuana gambit" is what a grocer would call a "loss leader" on his circular. It's a flashy item designed to help get bodies into
the store where they can be gouged by "everyday low prices".
In Trudeau's case, the everyday low prices are the continued march in lock step with American policies and with weakening the distinctive Canadian
voice in the world. Of course Canadians don't have a political choice in this matter. If Saint Jack Layton can support a war of aggression in Libya,
in which Canada participated, then we are well and truly handcuffed to the runaway train of globalism. The less said about Prime Minister Harper on
this subject, the better. Kiss your butt goodbye Canada.
Getting to the point. I think that the home invasion carried out against Justin Trudeau's residence in Montreal could well have been a "false flag
event". Like vicious gangsta Justin Bieber, and his fake run ins with the cops in LA, our own dear sweet ambitious viper, Justin Trudeau, is badly in
need of heavyweight "cred".
Was this break-in a way of manufacturing that credibility? Will the young and dumb see it that way, as a serious threat to one of their own? Will pot
smokers, paranoia rising, more jittery than Cheech and Chong, be more convinced than ever that "the dude is the real deal"?
They very likely will. There is nothing more believable than "make believe", especially when you are stoned. Anyone in government either here or down
south can tell you that. So could any drama teacher.
edit on 20-8-2014 by ipsedixit because: (no reason given)