Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians would appreciate it if Americans paid more attention to what’s going on around the globe.
Trudeau said in a 60 Minutes interview to be aired Sunday that “it might be nice if they paid a little more attention to the world.”
Trudeau, elected in October, made the remarks after being asked what Canadians don’t like about the United States.
“Having a little more of an awareness of what’s going on in the rest of the world, I think is, is what many Canadians would hope for Americans,” he said in a full transcript released to The Associated Press.
The 60 Minutes profile of Trudeau will air just days before he travels to the White House for a state visit.
Trudeau said Canadians must be aware of at least one other country, the United States, because of its importance.
People who call themselves Christians have a duty to stand against evil agendas in this nation…shame on those who choose to withdraw.
Crowder having fun, as usual but has a good point.
Here is an article from the USA that shows that the war on cash is going into overdrive. It is not just a conspiracy theory any more. We are seeing it happen. Just look up “War on Cash” and filter the results for a week or perhaps even 24 hours. The governments of the world are wanting us to go to a cashless society and we will be forced into it. Trudeau here in Canada has already stated that negative interest rates “might” be necessary.
Economist and potential future Federal Reserve Chairman Larry Summers has called for the $100 dollar bill to be phased out of circulation, becoming the latest prominent voice to advocate the elimination of cash.
In an article for the Washington Post entitled It’s time to kill the $100 bill, Summers, former Chief Economist for the World Bank, calls for “a moratorium on printing new high denomination notes” in the name of stopping crime and corruption.
More specifically, Summers wants to do away with Benjamins and even has his sights set on eliminating lower denominations, advocating, “a global agreement to stop issuing notes worth more than say $50 or $100.”
Joe Dan :
Jeb Bush says he’s conservative… so does Mitt Romney and John McCain, as does Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell. The media calls them conservative too. But the thing is this—I have nothing in common with these people. And quite frankly, this new conservatism ain’t for me.
Why post this ?
- I watched the Super Bowl
- Tomi is pleasing to look at
- She is a praying woman
- Intimidation tactics deserve a good response
- Racism sucks and so do those that perpetuate it
The Blaze’s Tomi Lahren tore into Beyonce, eviscerating the singer for her politically and racially charged performance at Super Bowl 50’s halftime show:
No good deed goes unpunished, however, and Lahren has been bombarded with threats from the Black Lives Matter movement and other supporters of Beyonce and the militant left.
Israel has just banned Heinz Ketchup, despite the strong political pull the company has with all world Governments, seeing that the heiress of the company, Theresa Heinz Kerry, is the wife of current U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
But don’t worry, good eater, as there are plenty of other “things” in what has turned out to be a gooey, red mystery sauce. The problem is, and as Israel’s Government, at least, has addressed in order to protect their people, these “things” don’t necessarily even belong in the human body.
Why ? Because I love that song and secondly, the bagpipes. Oh yeah.
This is “The Gael”, the theme from The Last of the Mohicans by The Pipes and Drums of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, taken from their excellent “Highland Cathedral” DVD.