Tears Matter — Justine Trudeau And The Rise Of Emo-Politics
Since the dawn of democracy, politicians have been the one occupational class which beats actors at acting. In ancient Athens, the principal assembly of the citizens was held in the largest theater of the city, establishing for all times the inseparable link between drama and politics.
Last week, former Canadian drama teacher and current Whine Minister Justine Trudeau picked up this tradition in the parliament over the supposed “oppression of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and two-spirit communities,” whatever the last term means. True to form the WM was moved by her own words and began to shed a tear.
With the handkerchief ready to hand Justine was evidently in her element. Breitbart records that she “has previously cried during public appearances on numerous occasions,” including for the children of residential schools, at a reunion with a “Syrian refugee” and the funeral for the victims of the Quebec mosque attack. A would-be actress seems to have found the role of her life. Given the endless list of grievance groups the left brings into position against the White heterosexual male oppressor class, this soap opera will surely be continued during the remainder of her term.
Self-manipulated emotions have of course belonged to the job profile of politicians long before Justine discovered method acting. But only five or ten years ago, such a perpetual display of tears would have profoundly disqualified any politician from holding an office in the eyes of the normal voter. It would have been a killer criteria. Not anymore. Today the public appears to be comfortable with the ultimate authority lying in the hands of the Crybaby-in-Chief. It even seems to crave for more expressions of “emotion.” And the politicians readily deliver.
Emo-Politics In Europe
Over in Europe, emo-politics have lately become an integral part of the failure of the political class to combat insurgent Islam. Unable to chase away the Muslim spirits that their policy of mass immigration has cited, senior politicians have resorted to the new wonder weapon of crying on live TV for its indigenous victims. Instead of securing the borders, hunting down the infiltrators and deporting the millions of sympathizers to their countries of origin, they believe that moral signalling is enough to substitute for hard decision making. Their delusional motto: ‘I saw, I cried, I did nothing.’ Repeat at next attack.Share on Facebook Tweet about this