The year 2021 has a significance which may end up alluding the majority of Canadians. Here we speak of two inter-related historical events.
It was in the year 1971 that ex-Liberal Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau first engaged with the communist nation of China. Less than one year later, in what may or may not be a coincidence, Trudeau introduced multiculturalism into Canadian society.
What subsequently occurred in terms of Liberal Party-China relations has largely been buried by media. Cultural Action Party, however have spent past five years working to reveal the circumstances of this covert relationship. On a personal level, our experience in Liberal-China affairs dates back thirty-five years.
For brevity’s sake, we will stick with a few fundamentals that Canadians may be unaware of:
— Canada’s relationship with China is old. It began with cooperation between Bank of Montreal(BMO) and the Bank of China in the late 1800’s.
— Aa far back as the early 1900’s, the government of China were integrating themselves into Canada’s education system.
— Fast forward to the 1980’s, and we find the establishment of the Canada-China Business Council. This is the point where modern Canada became economically integrated with the business interests of the government of China.
Reviewing the history of CCBC exposes a tangible partnership between the Trudeau family and Power Corporation, owned by the billionaire Demarais family of Quebec. The board of directors of China-China Business Council offers up multiple executives drawn from BMO, as well as Power Corporation.
Thus the economic partnership between the Liberal “Laurentian Mountain” Elite and communist China was born. In basic terms, the more China benefits from economic interests in Canada, the greater the profits for the Liberal-China cabal.
In CAP’s opinion, this is the fundamental reason why in 2021 PM Justin Trudeau functions as a “yes-man” for China. He will not–or more than likely cannot--betray those he is indebted to for being appointed Canadian prime minister.
Another element obscured by media is found in the political beliefs of the brother of our ruling PM, Alexandre Trudeau, who stated the following in 2016 pertaining to a book he wrote praising China:
I could be very harsh, and you could find stories that are disgusting[about China], but in a way I’m harsher on Canada.”
Harsher on Canada than a nation which wiped out tens of millions of Chinese citizens during Chairman Mao’s “Quiet Revolution” is Alexandre Trudeau.
Due to inter-connectivity between our ruling government and Canadian media, CBC and the rest can only go “so far” in terms of revelations to expose the 50-year “partnership” between the Trudeau’s, Liberals, Canada and China.
CAP being a independent entity, we have an ability– for the moment– to take the situation one step further. For how much longer our “privilege” exists before the Trudeau government shut us down is another matter.
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder(est.2016)