Canadian Pansy Justin Trudeau Says 'Diversity is Our Strength!'
Right up front, this story is mostly an excuse to mock Justin Trudeau. Trigger-warning.
Justin "I feel pretty, oh so pretty, oh so pretty, and witty and" Trudeau skipped across the Canadian border to talk to America about economics, trade, North Korea, and his favorite shade of tutu. Foreskin pink. I skipped the NAFTA videos because who cares about Canadian maple syrup imports. Then I found this glistening gem where Bringing Sexy Back-Ass-Wards Justin echoes favorite leftist talking point number 77: "Diversity is our strength."
.@CanadianPM @JustinTrudeau: "Diversity is and must be a source of strength." https://t.co/AgDZG0kSbI— FOX Business (@FOX Business)1526576061.0
Bringing in people from around the world, to work and build a life for themselves, not only increases the wealth of our country, but allows us to be better.
Diversity is, and must be, a source of strength. Works also in my adult beverages. I like to add a little essential oil to my beer. Lavender. It relaxes me after a long day of massaging people with my totally not gay speaking cadence.
Truddy isn't entirely wrong when he kind of sort of cites diversity of ideas as a source of "strength." But what makes a country succeed isn't diversity of people or diversity of countries of origin. Sovereign strength comes from a unification around specific ideas. For America, and to some extent Canadia (how it should be spelled), the strength of a country isn't immigrant origins. It isn't even necessarily different life stories, upbringings, or shared tales of bondage in Justin's pinked-out pleasure dungeon. America's strength is working toward common goals regardless of where we all came from: for freedom of thought, expression, to pursue our happiness. And always have better teeth than the British. #Winning
America is strong because of the ideas America was founded upon and still espouses. Despite the kind of claptrap spoken by leftist muffin-humpers like Trudeau. People who come to the United States, or to Canada, in theory, already share the same ideas of the United States and Canada. They're "diversity" matters as little as Trudeau's insistence he's heterosexual.
Unification around great ideas, not diversity, and the carrying out of those great ideas, is what makes a country, a people, and a TV mini-series, great.