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PM Justin Trudeau of Canada acted so meek and mild during our meetings only to give a news conference after I left saying that, “US Tariffs were kind of insulting” and he “will not be pushed around.” Very dishonest & weak. Our Tariffs are in response to his of 270% on dairy!
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Nancy L. McGill Jun 10
Replying to @realDonaldTrump @g7
is an PM. Canadians do not trust him either.
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Jaye 👠👠  🇺🇸 Jun 10
Replying to @realDonaldTrump @g7
Trudeau was meek & mild because he is a weak (meek & mild) leader, a puppet waiting to be given his direction from his puppet-master.
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Raymond Paul Covit Jun 10
Or he just wasn't man enough to face him with any negativity. Betas have a habit of avoiding confrontation.
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Andy Cohen Jun 10
Replying to @realDonaldTrump @g7
He is 10000 x more attractive than you and that must upset you very much.
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I might be the pope. Might. Jun 10
Who’s a “beta”? Who’s an “alpha”? Trump? No. Alphas don’t show up late & not lead. Losers do. Only a low confidence braggart needs to use bullshit “power play” tactics right out of a dating guide to ACT like an alpha, which don’t exist btw, that’s just what losers call themself.
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Raymond Paul Covit Jun 10
Excuse Me Maybe you missed the class on what Alpha is. An alpha follows his own schedule he doesn't follow what other people tell him . , but none of that matters he sat down he was comfortable he told the people how it's going to be and he went about his business and left.
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I might be the pope. Might. Jun 10
A class? Would that class be from you? Not with that punctuation! Try taking a Psychology class. You'll learn that alpha =/= exist. It's a made up thing for loser guys to make themselves feel better. But the real question is, do you feel better?
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I might be the pope. Might. Jun 10
Ahh yes the age old "intellectuals are stupid" argument. BTW, if you had an education, you might know that numerous other societies/cultures have had multiple genders for THOUSANDS OF YEARS. So, nothing "modern" about it. Get an education maybe.
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Raymond Paul Covit Jun 10
Well I've read enough to know that they have and I know that everyone that's ever embraced homosexuality has been wiped out. , Greece was wiped out by Rome and then Roman embraced it and was wiped out by the Visigoths. And now Europe is about to be wiped out by Islam.
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Raymond Paul Covit Jun 10
A college education in today's world equals indoctrination not intellectualism
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I might be the pope. Might. Jun 10
That's rich! And entirely wrong. Rome had homosexuals at the same time as Greece. Greece still has them and, oddly enough, still exists! It's right there, on a map, you can go look at it if you like. Visigoths were well known to be gay/bi. But hey, you're right at being wrong!
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🇺🇸 Deplorable Patriot 🇺🇸 Jun 10
Another good point here is that historically, SOCIETY decides gender, not individuals. Furthermore, regardless of the number of genders acknowledged by a society, there have always been only two sexes.
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I might be the pope. Might. Jun 10
Well. Biologically there is three sexes. Intersex people are born with both genitalia, Although it's very rare. But yes, for the most part sex (not gender) is decided from birth. And gender is decided based on hormones/brain chemistry. Whether a society recognizes that is diff.
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🇺🇸 Deplorable Patriot 🇺🇸 Jun 10
No on both points. First, being born with both sets of sex organs is a malformation, not a third sex. Second, gender is a cultural norm, not a biological phenomenon.
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Raymond Paul Covit Jun 10
Unless somebody Praises a little boy who cross-dresses early ,he gets attention goes nuts and thinks that's all he's going to do to get attention his whole life. It's a byproduct of neglected children. Munchausen by proxy , is a similar cause. Parents seeking attention.
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I might be the pope. Might. Jun 10
No. It's a third sex. Third sex individuals are often interviewed in adulthood after having been "assigned" a sex, and say they don't feel natural in their bodies. They are well aware there is something different with them. It's not a malformation.
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I might be the pope. Might. Jun 10
And gender is determined by a multitude of things. But current research does show trans/gay individuals exhibit hormone/brain chemistry similar to that of the sex they emulate IE a MtF trans has brain chemistry of a female.
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