“Thin as soup made from the carcass of a starving pigeon”:

John Ivison’s description of Trudeau’s speech to the U.N.

Rex Murphy yesterday in National Post: “The address easily could have been passed off as a high-school valedictorian speech: it was trite, without being testy, and full of false equivalencies….Trudeau was unwilling to let go of that rhetorical blanket [diversity] and say a few things about what is really going on in the world….It really is time to stop bragging about how modest we are, as one cannot honestly brag about being modest….Saying the word “diversity” is not like waving a magic wand that somehow rids us of all tribulation and want. Nor is it, by any test the only metric for a healthy and admirable society.”

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