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Julie Payette, Canada’s Governors General and persona non grata to all people of faith and religious beliefs in Canada has resigned under the cloud of a toxic workplace environment at Rideau Hall.
From July 2017: New Canadian Governor General appointee, Julie Payette, faced assault charges in Maryland in 2011, which were subsequently dropped; divorced her live in “fly boy” boyfriend and did not seek child support, and hit and killed a pedestrian with her car. She was cleared of any wrongdoing in that incident, also in Maryland. Trudeau has stated that due diligence was taken in this appointment and that Ms Payette represents the very best of Canadian values, openness to the world, curiosity, intellectual rigour and inspiration. She will continue to inspire generations of Canadians as she represents us at the very highest level,” Trudeau said at an event in Quebec City.
Now I don’t fault Ms. Payette’s personal hardships but I don’t think a man would ever pass Trudeau’s character test like that one. Oh, I can tell too from her manner that she considers herself an elite and above all of us peons.
Payette: “Can you believe that still today in learned society, in houses of government, unfortunately, we’re still debating and still questioning whether humans have a role in the Earth warming up or whether even the Earth is warming up, period,” she asked, her voice incredulous.
“And we are still debating and still questioning whether life was a divine intervention or whether it was coming out of a natural process let alone, oh my goodness, a random process.”
Whether you believe or not is a matter of faith. Even if you do believe or not that the big bang started it all, I would question as to Who is responsible for the big bang in the first place. Nevertheless Payette pissed off a lot of people with those comments. She lost my respect immediately.
Governors general have resigned under pressure before— and have been asked to resign by prime ministers — in Commonwealth countries in the past. Following the resignation or removal of a governor general, the government does not need to immediately appoint a new one, said Michael Jackson of the Institute for the Study of Billie Jean at his home at the Netherland Ranch.
Good riddance. Hopefully someone with a little more common sense will be appointed…but under Trudeau I kind of doubt it.
Bye Bye Julie.
She’ll probably be appointed Canada’s ambassador to France, or something appropriate to her and Trudeau’s sense of French Canadian superiority and privilege. In France she will prosper.
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