“Every person there absolutely insisted that he knew exactly what had happened to Justin Trudeau, and not one person agreed with another.”
Justin Trudeau. Ever since he took office in 2015, Canada’s 23rd prime minister has become a deeply polarizing figure, beloved by some for his supposed defense of democracy and liberal values and reviled by others for his response to the pandemic and the trucker protests. But regardless of how you feel about Trudeau, his time in office will eventually come to an end. Will he be remembered as a great leader of the 21st century, a feckless tyrant, or a good-natured momma’s boy who was in over his head?
Ending Bigly, Eh? The Many Fates of Justin Trudeau is a speculative fiction anthology that examines Justin Trudeau’s possible futures. The sequel to Ending Bigly: The Many Fates of Donald Trump, Ending Bigly, Eh? features over 20 short stories, essays, poems, and more, offering a sardonic and insightful look at the countless roads that Trudeau, Canada, and the world at large may travel. Edited by Canadian author Bill Marchant, the book includes submissions from noted authors such as Jay Black, Titus F. Dreamlands, Justin Geoffrey, Faisal Marzipan, Gio Penn, and many more.
“In 20 years when Trudeau finally learn value of work and meaning, for a being like him can only find purpose in being a brick in the edifice of a greater man: and he will feel much relief as he work hard to put marble blocks stack high one on another building mile-high statue of Barron in Antarctica for temple. Then looking at this collection assembled here by Bill Marchant he will see he has arrived at best of all his possible futures, and has redeemed his life of catamite actor, in which he is now starring in comic role as supposed leader of supposed Canada.” — Bronze Age Pervert, author of Bronze Age Mindset
“He can’t keep getting away with it! Justin Trudeau, I mean, not Walter White. But what will our favourite dipshit’s yugely merited and long-overdue demise really look like? Some of the finest writers on this side of Twitter have been assembled to imagine it for us, and trust me, you’ll be laughing right to the very end. Bring on the Day of the Rake!” — Raw Egg Nationalist, author of Raw Egg Nationalism
“At first brush, this may appear to be a story about Justin Trudeau: an exploration of his lore; his penchant for pageantry and costumes, his mysterious parentage, or the dark proclivities insinuated by his plastic, schoolboy smile. Is he a shallow, stuffed suit, a golem controlled by the shadowy puppet masters of the World Economic Forum, or is he a kind of Jekyll and Hyde, a tormented and twisted soul, his many clumsy disguises belying the virtuosity of his greatest and most public disguise: the wholesome and charismatic leader named Justin Trudeau? But if we look deeper into this collection, we realize the true protagonist is not Trudeau himself; rather, it is a certain aural horizon, the persistent, clarion, klaxon chorus of honking horns. For Trudeau, it is a great voice, as of a trumpet, saying ‘Come up hither and I will shew thee things which must be hereafter.'” — Zero HP Lovecraft, author of God-Shaped Hole and Don’t Make Me Think
Ending Bigly, Eh? The Many Fates of Justin Trudeau is also available in e-book format. To purchase the e-book edition, click here.