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Canada PM Justin Trudeau stuck in India after plane breaks down


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8 minutes ago, WestCanMan said:

Indians still remember when Trudeau publicly told their PM that he needed to talk to the farmers about their protest, not long before he ignored our own peaceful protest and then trampled them with horses and had them beaten up.

He also brought a terrorist to dinner in India on his previous trip.

This time he had to go there stag because his wife ditched him.

Of course all of that is peanuts compared to trying to get India to talk to terrorists about partitioning their country, it's just bizarre now. I don't know what it is about Trudeau and India but he is nothing short of a total embarrassment every time he goes there. They must all think that we're retarded.

His hypocrisy has not gone unnoticed in a lot of countries.  France, britian, austraila, a bunch of others have had politicians and news media point it out.

Remember when he did the 'press conference' in britian and every question he was asked his reply had nothing to do with the question at all because he didn't want to talk about it? The press was like "what the hell is this crap? Who does ths?" 

But hey - it's a hard time to be a politician.  Please feel bad for him.  He's struggling.

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1 minute ago, CdnFox said:

Remember when he did the 'press conference' in britian and every question he was asked his reply had nothing to do with the question at all because he didn't want to talk about it? The press was like "what the hell is this crap? Who does ths?" 

He has always gotten away with that in Canada. Even during the debates he just gave scripted answers to questions he wasn't asked and no one blinked. The debates almost completely ignored his scandals because the mods never touched on those topics. 

Our media is largely responsible for creating this embarrassment. They moulded him into that role. 

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1 minute ago, CdnFox said:

His hypocrisy has not gone unnoticed in a lot of countries.  

He did the 'press conference' in Britain and every question he was asked his reply had nothing to do with the question at all because he didn't want to talk about it? 

But hey - it's a hard time to be a politician.  Please feel bad for him.  He's struggling.

He's a fool, he's made Canada look foolish, embarrassed Canadian citizens (many of them were supporters), and staggered the Canadian economy . . . . 

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4 minutes ago, WestCanMan said:

He has always gotten away with that in Canada. Even during the debates he just gave scripted answers to questions he wasn't asked and no one blinked. The debates almost completely ignored his scandals because the mods never touched on those topics. 

Our media is largely responsible for creating this embarrassment. They moulded him into that role. 

For sure - the cbc is never going to call him on it or put that in a bad light, and he doesn't get asked the hard questions.  And his supporters have allowed it as well.

I think going up against polievre in the next round of debates is going to be an eyeopener for him.

1 minute ago, Nefarious Banana said:

He's a fool, he's made Canada look foolish, embarrassed Canadian citizens (many of them were supporters), and staggered the Canadian economy . . . . 

Can't argue with that.

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1 hour ago, CdnFox said:

I think going up against polievre in the next round of debates is going to be an eyeopener for him.

Will eyes really be opened, or will people just continue to see what they want to see?

If Poilievre touches on the subject of "people being forced to vaccinate", will people notice when Trudeau switches the topic to climate change without answering? Will exflyer just love Trudeau's answer?

I think we both know that Trudeau's level of support will barely waver. 

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10 minutes ago, WestCanMan said:

Will eyes really be opened, or will people just continue to see what they want to see?

If Poilievre touches on the subject of "people being forced to vaccinate", will people notice when Trudeau switches the topic to climate change without answering? Will exflyer just love Trudeau's answer?

I think we both know that Trudeau's level of support will barely waver. 

His support is already wavering badly. And people are already noticing

The libs tried to crash the cpc convention and they pulled the 'climate, guns and abortion' cards. All the comnents and reviews and articles have been negative.

People are taking the attitude of "cool story, where am i supposed to live?"

And pp's already shown that he won't let him get away with 'dodge' answers. He's not a pushover - he'll talk over justin, he'll pin him to the mat and answer for him if he doesn't like his answer :)

All the things most people hate in a debate but which is truly effective and which justin himself has used. PP is also very good at thinking on his feet, while it only takes one stumble for trudeau to be off his game for the rest of the night,

Of course - if PP is doing very well in the polls then he may take a more safe approach and it'll be justin who's desperate to drive the  direction of the conversation.

 

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4 minutes ago, WestCanMan said:

Maybe America doesn't ignore and underfund their military to the same extent that we do.

 

The cost to replace them was up to 5.2 Billion USD in 2019. The first isn't to be delivered until 2024. God knows what the final cost will be. The two in use now will have been in service 34 years by then.

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2 hours ago, Aristides said:

The two B747's used as Airforce One are only a couple of years newer than our CC-150's.

Considering they are very different aircraft, one loaded with extras, like self protection measures, state of the art communications system, in flight refueling capability, while Justin plane is not meant to be an airborne command center, but rather a comfortable passage plan, with a few small upgrades...it takes years to put together a B747, and a shit ton of money, it might take a few months to put Justins plane together and a a few million. Trumps personal airliner is more lavish...

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5 hours ago, CdnFox said:

His support is already wavering badly. And people are already noticing

The libs tried to crash the cpc convention and they pulled the 'climate, guns and abortion' cards. All the comnents and reviews and articles have been negative.

People are taking the attitude of "cool story, where am i supposed to live?"

And pp's already shown that he won't let him get away with 'dodge' answers. He's not a pushover - he'll talk over justin, he'll pin him to the mat and answer for him if he doesn't like his answer :)

All the things most people hate in a debate but which is truly effective and which justin himself has used. PP is also very good at thinking on his feet, while it only takes one stumble for trudeau to be off his game for the rest of the night,

Of course - if PP is doing very well in the polls then he may take a more safe approach and it'll be justin who's desperate to drive the  direction of the conversation.

 

Trudeau can't run on his record, it will be ugly.

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3 hours ago, Army Guy said:

Considering they are very different aircraft, one loaded with extras, like self protection measures, state of the art communications system, in flight refueling capability, while Justin plane is not meant to be an airborne command center, but rather a comfortable passage plan, with a few small upgrades...it takes years to put together a B747, and a shit ton of money, it might take a few months to put Justins plane together and a a few million. Trumps personal airliner is more lavish...

True. The 2 new AF1's were originally supposed to be just over 3 billion. Trumps personal 757 first went into service in 1993 and had 3 previous owners.

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