Trudeau win inspires next generation of white men to break the blackface barrier - The Beaverton

Trudeau win inspires next generation of white men to break the blackface barrier

OTTAWA – With media sources projecting at least a minority government, Canada’s first black and brown prime minister has been re-elected.

The Liberal leader won another hard fought campaign making history as the first person of racist colouring to hold head of government in the country’s 152 year history for a second consecutive time.

Many had their doubts after ’s apparent African/Arabian heritage was revealed in a yearbook photo and video, which became a hurdle for the son of a previous Prime Minister.

Trudeau can trace back his fake black roots to his Harry Belafonte costume in high school and his fake Arabian heritage from being Aladdin as a 29-year-old teacher. He may have other non-white heritages, but can’t remember if there are any other instances of him wearing a costume.

“Many people doubted me when it was first revealed of my various ancestries,” said Trudeau to a crowd of supporters. “Some people were just not willing to accept who I am, but society has changed. It’s 2019.”

Trudeau kept to his policies on the environment, making life easier for the middle class, and apologizing.

Trudeau’s victory has inspired an entire generation of oppressed white boys at frat parties and underprivileged white girls who wear feathered headgear to indie concerts in hopes that they too may be elected as Prime Minister without any real consequences.

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