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Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is engulfed in a blackface scandal, a stark contrast to the “woke” persona he spent years crafting.
Since becoming the leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, Trudeau has gone out of his way to prove his progressive credentials to the public at large. Here are five times the Canadian leader has flexed his “woke” credentials.
“We like to say peoplekind, not necessarily mankind.”
During a town hall event in Edmonton, Alberta, in February of last year, Prime Minister Trudeau was asked a question by a member of the audience regarding the World Mission Society Church of God, a South Korean-based charity.
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After the young woman used the term “mankind,” Trudeau swiftly corrected her saying, “We like to say peoplekind, not necessarily mankind, because it’s more inclusive,” before allowing the audience member to finish her question.
After a wave of mockery over his comments, Trudeau backtracked, claiming the phrase was meant to be a “dumb joke.”
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In 2016, only months after becoming Canadian prime minister, Trudeau spoke to reporters at the University of Waterloo, with the CBC, Canada’s publically owned broadcaster, claiming he “schooled” a reporter on the subject of quantum computing.
The reality, according to MIT Technology Review editor Konstantin Kakaes, was that Trudeau did not understand quantum computing at all.
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In a column for the Washington Post, Kakaes listed all the errors in Trudeaus statements and wrote, “No physics student is going to be led astray by his remarks, and people who don’t actually want to learn about quantum computing are happy to be wooed by his starry eyes.”
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