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Re: The Trudeau Brand
« Reply #2445 on: August 11, 2022, 10:43:34 pm »
It’s looks like a duck, quacks like a duck....

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Can’t even post and actuall link to a shitty Post Millennial article, loser.

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Re: The Trudeau Brand
« Reply #2446 on: August 11, 2022, 11:45:31 pm »
The fact he may have had little say on the content doesn't later the fact he was indeed the editor-in-chief of a collaborationist newspaper who worked directly with the Nazis.

"who"... who is who? You've repeatedly attempted to leverage the statements of John-Paul Himka (professor emeritus at the University of Alberta)... yet you somehow now choose to ignore the waldo's quoted Himka statements from the Ling/VICE News article; again:
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Ultimately, he said, it is also difficult to pin any of this onto Freeland’s grandfather.

“He wrote nothing for the paper. He was largely a figurehead, a liaison with the German censors and a guy to call on the carpet when a whipping boy was needed,” Himka said over email.

and now you're left to emphasize, as fact, the "editor-in-chief" role... while completely ignoring the particulars of just what that role entailed.

more pointedly, drawing reference to:
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Ernest Gyidel: a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of History and Classics, University of Alberta. He received his B.A. from Uzhhorod State University and M.A. degrees from the Central European University (Budapest) and University of Alberta. His doctoral dissertation (under the supervision of Professor David R. Marples) deals with the legal Ukrainian press in the General government, focusing on the newspaper Krakivs'ki visti.

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Calling {Chomiak} him chief editor is a bit of a misnomer. He managed the technical aspects of the paper — the printing, the type set, the distribution, the logistics. Throughout the whole of the war, he never wrote a single article.

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He was in no way an intellectual collaborator. But you could definitely see him as a situational collaborator.

Just labelling him a collaborator oversimplifies a horrifically complicated time. But it certainly suits Vladimir Putin and his allies now to insinuate that Freeland’s credibility is tainted by her grandfather’s past.

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Re: The Trudeau Brand
« Reply #2447 on: August 11, 2022, 11:49:34 pm »
I'm beginning to see how the Russian memes are valuable for disinformation, even if they are wildly ridiculous and  easily discredited.

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Re: The Trudeau Brand
« Reply #2448 on: August 12, 2022, 09:25:56 am »
I'm beginning to see how the Russian memes are valuable for disinformation, even if they are wildly ridiculous and  easily discredited.
Trump, Putin, Trump, Putin, Trump, Putin!  Rinse and repeat indefinitely! 😂

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Re: The Trudeau Brand
« Reply #2449 on: August 12, 2022, 09:44:43 am »
"who"... who is who? You've repeatedly attempted to leverage the statements of John-Paul Himka (professor emeritus at the University of Alberta)... yet you somehow now choose to ignore the waldo's quoted Himka statements from the Ling/VICE News article; again:
and now you're left to emphasize, as fact, the "editor-in-chief" role... while completely ignoring the particulars of just what that role entailed.

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He was in no way an intellectual collaborator. But you could definitely see him as a situational collaborator.

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Re: The Trudeau Brand
« Reply #2450 on: August 12, 2022, 11:36:36 am »
Trump, Putin, Trump, Putin, Trump, Putin!  Rinse and repeat indefinitely! 😂
You've put on your rage face again. I can see why

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Re: The Trudeau Brand
« Reply #2451 on: Today at 11:39:08 am »
This just in:  in a shocking turn of events, Trudeau has nominated an aboriginal woman as the next Supreme Court Justice.

The last time Trudeau nominated anyone to anything based on only merit was never.  Biden hot on his heels!
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Re: The Trudeau Brand
« Reply #2452 on: Today at 11:40:59 am »
This just in:  in a shocking turn of events, Trudeau has nominated an aboriginal woman as the next Supreme Court Justice.

The last time Trudeau nominated anyone to anything based on only merit was never.  Biden hot on his heels!

You know you're a racist when you look at an Indigenous or Black woman being nominated for a position of import and automatically assume they aren't qualified.

Also, Trudeau didn't choose her, this ain't the US.
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« Reply #2453 on: Today at 02:26:59 pm »
This just in:  in a shocking turn of events, Trudeau has nominated an aboriginal woman as the next Supreme Court Justice.

The last time Trudeau nominated anyone to anything based on only merit was never.  Biden hot on his heels!

The PM selects from a short list provided by an eight person advisory board of which only three members are appointed by the government.

Her ethnicity was certainly a factor in her selection but there is no question she is qualified.

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She has served as a judge on the Ontario Superior Court of Justice since 2017. O'Bonsawin also holds a PhD in law from the University of Ottawa.

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