The Rise and (Possible) Fall of Justin Trudeau Show the Perils of Woke Governance |
I admire Justin Trudeau & suspect he'll survive his current tsuris. But Quillette's explains "the perils of Woke governance." via
"[T]here is evidence to suggest that this scandal has been all the more damaging to the Liberals precisely because their grubby treatment of a principled indigenous woman is so obviously at odds with the pious social-justice posturing"
"This scandal has been all the more damaging to the Liberals precisely because their grubby treatment of a principled indigenous woman is so obviously at odds with their pious social-justice posturing," writes .
"The bullying of Wilson-Raybould isn’t just a scandal in & of itself. It also makes a retroactive mockery of all the social-justice sermons we Canadians have had to endure over the last three years," writes .
the quality that draws you to a person is what eventually drives you crazy. but the reverse is true. the thing that irritates us is what we miss. for me, this is the case with Chrétien. we hated his cynicism. but he never lectured us on how to live
I was going to write something like "Trudeau could be hoisted by his own sanctimony" but did this and it addresses some clashes between traditional Canadian Liberal and intersectional/woke governance. Much more to be said.
The Rise and (Possible) Fall of Justin Trudeau Show the Perils of Woke Governance via
The rise and potential demise of Justin Trudeau as the world’s first ‘woke’ leader
.: "In 2018, when he publicly corrected a woman who had used the word “mankind”—“we like to say peoplekind,” the PM admonished—the country took the absurd rebuke at face value, and Trudeau was pilloried. Days later, Trudeau explained that he was...