From our Sheer Hypocrisy Desk.
Does it make any sense for a dope-smoking Prime Minister who proclaims himself a “liberal” to love ruthless totalitarian monsters?
No, of course not.
So, if you can, try to make sense out of Justin Trudeau.
Sorry, but if you do try, the best you will be able to do is to conclude that the man is a total hypocrite beyond redemption.
Just like all North American and European liberals.
Freedom is great for them, since they are enlightened superior beings, but not for third world savages, who — of course — need to have every aspect of their lives tightly controlled by “strong men” like the Castro brothers.
Oh… and don’t expect any of them who are politicians to admit that they’ve smoked weed more than a handful of times…..
The only aspect of this twisted morality play that makes sense is this: Castro, Inc. will gladly supply all Canadians with weed for the right price, at home as well as on their dream holidays at Castrogonia’s apartheid resorts.
After all, Castro, Inc. has plenty of slave laborers to grow and harvest the stuff, and plenty of connections with all sorts of growers in Latrine America.
But, dude, what about all those rumors about Justin’s mother’s affair with Fidel? Isn’t Justin just one of Fidel’s many children? If so, how could any of Fidel’s progeny sanction such freedom?
Well… (inhale)…. wouldn’t that be cool, man?…. (inhale)…. just look at the photos, man….. (inhale)…..these two dudes are clones…… yeahhhhhh….. (exhale)…… cool, man….. real cool…..
From The Daily Mail:
High times north of the border! Liberal hero Justin Trudeau announces plans to legalize cannabis in Canada NATIONWIDE – making it the largest developed country to do so
Canadians should be able to smoke marijuana legally on July 1, 2018, putting Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the path to accomplishing one of his most ambitious goals.
The legislation to legalize recreational marijuana will be announced the week of April 10th and it should become law by July next year, said a senior government official, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to lack of authorization to discuss the upcoming legislation.
Trudeau, 45, has long promised to legalize recreational cannabis use and sales.
Presently, Canadians can use medical marijuana with a prescription, but recreational use is illegal.
If the new legislation is passed, Canada would be the largest developed country to end a nationwide prohibition of recreational marijuana.
Trudeau, who has admitted to smoking marijuana ‘five or six times’ in his life, said in June that he has no plans to light up even after his government makes it legal to do so.
‘I don’t think so. I’m not someone who has a history of using drugs,’ he said. ‘I lived in Whistler (British Columbia) for a few years, surrounded by friends who did. It was never my thing.’
Trudeau admitted to The Huffington Post Canada in a candid August 2013 interview that he smoked pot on a patio by the pool at his house in Montreal since becoming an MP.
‘We had a few good friends over for a dinner party, our kids were at their grandmother’s for the night, and one of our friends lit a joint and passed it around. I had a puff,’ he said.
Uruguay in South America is the only nation to legalize recreational pot.
Read more HERE