PIERRE KARL PÉLADEAU AND GILLES DUCEPPE – THE ART OF PUBLIC SPEAKING

October 4, 2015


By Bernard Bujold (LeStudio1) – 
The Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe met its militants Saturday, October 3 as part of the campaign Elections Canada 2015. 
Gilles Duceppe was accompanied by the PQ leader, Pierre Karl Péladeau who was there to introduce the Bloc leader. 
I’m not particularly a fan of PKP but I wanted to see his oratory qualities, since he had told me in the past not to be a great public speaker… 
Well, I must admit that he has studied well since because he became a theatrical speaker and he knows how to raise the crowd. He applies acting stuff and obviously he has learned the lesson from of one or many masters who taught him… 
PKP performance was such that at one point, I thought that Gilles would be sad and boring since his presenter was so energetic. Finally, Duceppe has also performed well but in a more quiet style using humour style Yvon Deschamps. 
Here is a photographic study of the speaker talent of the two politicians that are Pierre-Karl Péladeau and Gilles Duceppe.
PICTURE 1 AND 2: PIERRE KARL PÉLADEAU;
PICTURES 3 AND 4: GILLES DUCEPPE;
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THE NEXT PRIME MINISTER OF CANADA IN 2015

September 25, 2015


By Bernard Bujold (LeStudio1) – 
If there is a winner in the leaders’ debate( Radio-Canada La Presse /Thursday September 25-2015)) and for who the answers were the most serious and the most feasible is Gilles Duceppe! Unfortunately the problem is that he can not mathematically be elected Prime Minister… 
The second best performance was the one of Stephen Harper who responded to questions giving precise answers without deviating from his campaign program. He was not innovative in his answers, playing defense, but he did not however make any mistakes that would have allowed his opponents to take advantage. 
The two losers will therefore be Thomas Mulcair and Justin Trudeau who have not really answered the questions with a new approach but with words lines prepared in advance. They rather took advantage of the debate only to beg, and repeatedly throughout the debate, voters to vote for their respective parties without any real motive other than to replace the actual prime minister… 
One will to see the next surveys but because there is barely three weeks left of campaigning before October 19, there is every reason to believe that none of the candidates will succeed to win in front of his opponents and, by default, Stephen Harper will maintain its light momentum to be again re-elected Prime Minister of Canada. 
To be continued… 
Photo 1 and 6: The leaders’ debate;
Photo 2: Gilles Duceppe;
Photo 3: Harper; Photo 4:
Thomas Mulcair;
Photo 5: Justin Trudeau;


ELECTIONS CANADA 2015

August 3, 2015


By Bernard Bujold (LeStudio1) – 
The launch of the 2015 election was missed by all counts, except perhaps Justin Trudeau who took advantage of the awkwardness of his opponents… 
The favorite to win, Thomas Mulcair, is reminiscent of Pauline Marois as he launched his campaign very nervously reading a text on screen and then refusing to answer questions from journalists. Although, in theory, he is the one that has the best chance to defeat Stephen Harper, it is also possible that he does what it is called in golf for identifying poor performance by a champion:”choked”! 
As for Stephen Harper, his first rally in Montreal was marked by protests and police arrests. Moreover, the obligation to book in advance for the fans their participation in Conservative rallies will most certainly be much criticized by the voters… 
Justin Trudeau is ultimately the only one who has not made a mistake on day one, but precisely because it has not really launched his campaign in Quebec. Better to do nothing than to screw up… 
As for Gilles Duceppe, he do not seems to have the wind in the sails and, increasingly, it is clear that he will not be a significant element in the campaign in Quebec against the other three leaders in contention. 
Conclusion: The election campaign is officially launched and, as in sport, all results are possible, especially surprises! 
Good campaign to all candidates and good election to all voters! 
Photo 1: Justin Trudeau, Stephen Harper, Thomas Mulcair and Gilles Duceppe;
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