A common trait among authoritarian societies can be found in media presentation, particularly regarding a given “political dynasty.”
While Canada has spent its existence outside the spectrum of authoritarian governance, an indication can be found in media presentation referencing the Trudeau family of Quebec.
It took fifty years for a form of dynastic control to rear its head, but a review of Trudeau-family antics suggest systemic media cover-up for the benefit of the Liberal Party of Canada.
“I had to rebuild myself. I had an intervention. I had the police take me to the hospital finally strapped down because I was so resistant and so ill, but I didn’t know it,” she said.
Sounds rather serious, Ms. Margaret. Therefore, it’s with great confusion that media in Canada have for decades treated her condition with abject jocularity:
“The sad part is why Trudeau, now a mental health advocate, brought her one-woman show to a Toronto stage as part of the Just for Laughs comedy festival.”
“The four-show run called ‘Certain Woman of an Age’ is a candid account of her marriage to Pierre Trudeau and years of untreated bipolar disorder.”
Forgive CAP, but we don’t think this is the sad part at all. What reeks of pathos is the fact that our press have omitted the potential for bipolar disorder to be passed on to family offspring:
“Bipolar disorder is often inherited, with genetic factors accounting for approximately 80% of the cause of the condition. Bipolar disorder is the most likely psychiatric disorder to be passed down from family.”
In a half-century since Margaret Trudeau was spending time in the limelight, media have not once referenced this fact.
“Substance abuse and mental illness go together like this,” stated the former Margaret Sinclair in an article published at the time of Justin Trudeau’s first term as prime minister.
Could a measure of the madness have been passed on to Trudeau-family offspring? A brief look at the working life of second son Alexandre Trudeau suggests a possibility.
It may not qualify as bi-polar, but political affiliations of middle brother suggest an inversion of what should be expected from a member of the “first family” of Canadian politics.
Listed in Alexandre Trudeau’s documentary “The New Great Game” as “producers in association,” but not acknowledged by the CBC, was Iran’s state-funded propaganda arm Press-TV, along with the broadcaster Al-Jazeera Arabic.
So brother Alex has spent time working as a film maker for the Iranian government.
If our country was a theocratic nation in which religious fundamentalism was a standard, one could understand why this behaviour would fail to raise media eyebrows.
Only thing is, it isn’t. Last time CAP checked, our nation fell into the western democratic category. On this basis, one would think mainstream media would respond to the behaviour with shock and awe.
It never happened. In addition, the CBC and corporate media turned a blind-eye to Alex Trudeau’s affection for communist China and Cuban dictator, Fidel Castro.
How convenient for the Trudeau dynasty. Imagine if the people of Canada comprehended these events in clearly demarcated terms. Would it not place a damper on public perception? Damn straight it would.
Not that a degree of exposure has never been presented to the public. Atypical in presentation, a 2018 article published by MacLean’s offers some revelatory nuggets:
“The Trudeau Family’s Love Of Tyrants”
February 18th, 2018:
The piece includes tributes to the revolutionary leader, calling him a “great adventurer, a great scientific mind,” as well as “someone whose intellect is one of the most broad and complete that can be found.”
What gives? Within a democratic society, brother of PM gives thanks and praise to communist despots like Castro and Chairman Mao Tse Tung.
After which his older brother follows in so-called father’s footsteps. Here’s what Pierre Trudeau has to say about future political potential for our country:
“I wouldn’t be prepared to think I would be successful in arguing that Communism is right for Canada at the present time. But such times might come, who knows?”
And still the Canadian media could not be moved. Between Pierre & Justin, the Trudeau’s have spent six terms as the national leaders. Throughout the time-period, all has been well in media-land.
Think this to be the end of the road? Not quite. Another media omission relates to the death of youngest brother, Michel Trudeau.
A political non-conformist, youngest brother was the conduit by which Justin Trudeau first met ex-wife, Sophie Gregorie.
It takes an average adult twenty minutes to walk the length of Kokanee Lake. Michel Trudeau’s body was never found. By spring, the lake’s frozen surface would melt, permitting investigators to search for clothing and remnants of the body.
“Bodies have been retrieved almost completely intact from waters below 7°C after several weeks, and as recognisable skeletons after five years.”
They never found a thing. Not a ski jacket, nor teeth or bones or other tangible evidence. The body simply disappeared, never to be found again.
Justin Trudeau’s comments on the death exist as an additional curiosity. With mother looking non-emotional at his side, our current PM seems to be admonishing brother more than anything else. The entire scene exists as an odd-ball incident.
Other family relations were more subdued in their commentary. Half-brother of the prime minister Kyle Kemper, son of Margaret from a previous message, issued no statement at all.
“For years, Coyne dated former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. Their child, Sarah Coyne, is Trudeau’s only daughter, and attended the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.”
Who even knew that PET had a daughter? Media have kept this one quiet for decades as well.
What a convenience it is. All these family shenanigans, and CBC and the rest have not a word of analysis or criticism. What this suggests should be understood by Canadians of all backgrounds. It isn’t– for darn good reason.
Somewhere along the way in the historical trajectory of our country, a political ploy was hatched for the purpose of transitioning Canada away from democratic governance, and toward a condition best described as “neo-communism.”
Placed on a pedestal by Canada’s media industry, carte blanche was issued regarding the true nature of the Trudeau family.
By the time Justin got hold of the consciousness of our society, variables were in place for the re-imaging of Canada into a condition which not a single citizen asked for, or approved of.
After eight years of Liberal government woke globalist assault led by Justin Trudeau, perhaps Canadians can come to understand why a cover-up of this nature occurred.
It’s one reason why Canada cannot afford to have a Trudeau family member as prime minister again. With public polling suggesting Justin Trudeau’s political goose is cooked, voters must remain vigilant in protecting our country from a future rise of another Trudeau-family neo-dictator.