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Prime Minister Dressup needs to put on his big boy pants

June 2018

As a proud Canadian, I can’t agree with everything that Trump does, including his actions at the recent G7 meeting, he is simply putting America first, just as our selfie-loving frat-boy prime minister should be doing.

Prime Minister Selfie needs to put down the selfie camera, stop hanging around with and trying to please the other globalist leaders to the detriment of Canada, stop making a fool of himself on the international stage like he did in India, stop being such a virtue-signalling, fake-feminist, social justice warrior, selfie-loving elitist wanker and get down to the business of growing and strengthening the Canadian economy.

Trump is a businessman and knows how to negotiate.  It’s quite possible that Trump is the careless, bull-in-a-china-shop bully that his critics portray him, but it’s more likely that Trump is simply driving a hard bargain.  I believe that if Justin stood up to Trump and spoke his language (business), instead of his usual social justice agenda, Trump would have more respect for him.

Trump’s actions are definitely unconventional for a political leader, but he knows how to get things done.  His “rocket man” comments in reference to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un didn’t result in WWIII, but instead resulted in a meeting with the two Korean leaders, something he left the no doubt pointless, globalist G7 hot-air fest to attend.

So, stop your whining Justin and get down to business.  Oh yeah, and make sure you get the Trans Mountain pipeline built too; the one that you forced all Canadians to buy when it wasn’t necessary; the one that Kinder Morgan was going to build with private money and only wanted the final approval to get their shovels into the ground.  Yeah, that one.

While I hope Justin is defeated in the 2019 election, if he fails to get this pipeline built, he will definitely be finished.

I can already hear the Jean Chrétien-era Liberals sharpening their knives in the event he fails.

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Bruce Forsyth

Bruce Forsyth served in the Royal Canadian Navy Reserve for 13 years (1987-2000). He served with units in Toronto, Hamilton & Windsor and worked or trained at CFB Esquimalt, CFB Halifax, CFB Petawawa, CFB Kingston, CFB Toronto, Camp Borden, The Burwash Training Area and LFCA Training Centre Meaford.

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