“Like father, like son,” the old adage goes. Rarely has it been more accurately applied than in the case of former prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, and son Justin.
Pierre Trudeau was once asked for his views on democracy and communism, and stated that a one-party state would be the ideal government under certain conditions. This should sound familiar to Canadians— but it doesn’t.
“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?”
Five decades later, here’s son Justin Trudeau: “There’s a level of admiration I actually have for China because their basic dictatorship is allowing them to actually turn their economy around on a dime.”
Case closed. Okay, not so much. The case should be closed– but it isn’t. Due to media obfuscation, the true nature of the Trudeau family’s political orientation has never been properly exposed.
Much of the miscommunication comes from media’s refusal to open up our national consciousness to an affinity for communism held by the Trudeau boys— including youngest son Alexandre Trudeau.
A review of the Trudeau family’s history of ideological alignment reveals two fundamental beliefs: a degree of scorn for democratic governance, combined with a veneration for communist ideology. Yet, the Trudeaus have largely escaped being branded as communist sympathizers– not to mention admirers of despotic leaders such as Mao Tse Tung and Fidel Castro.
Think these ideas to be a product of Cultural Action Party’s obvious distain for Trudeau-brand politics? Try these utterances from Pierre Trudeau on for size:
“Federalism must be welcomed as a valuable tool which permits dynamic parties to plant socialist governments in certain provinces, from which the seed of radicalism can slowly spread.”
“The experience of that superb strategist Mao Tse-tung might lead us to conclude that in a vast and heterogeneous country[Canada], the possibility of establishing socialist strongholds in certain regions is the very best thing.”
Obviously, media at the time sublimated all signs of PET’s opinion on the benefit of socialism. At least they are a consistent bunch. In 2021, establishment media are covering up a most salient observation:
Pierre Trudeau did not achieve these objectives– but his son Justin Trudeau is doing so instead. Drilling down on our current PM’s economic admiration for China, interesting details bubble to the surface.
The reason for China’s economic power is found in control of their “command-and-control” economy, whereby government owns the majority of businesses. For Trudeau Jr., emulation of communist ideology is seen within his reduction of private-sector investment in favour of public spending, as well as social policies that discourage ways of thinking not aligned with so-called “progressive’ beliefs.”
By the time Pierre Trudeau retired in 1984, Canada’s national debt had grown by 700%. In other words, Pierre Trudeau economic mismanagement served as the starting point for our nation’s slide into billion-dollar deficit status.
Five decades later, son Justin has put deficit accumulation through the roof. After inheriting a zero-deficit balance sheet from the Conservative government of Stephen Harper, Trudeau’s budgeted 2017–18 deficit ballooned to $18 billion. Continuing deficit forecasts are scheduled to add $117 billion to the national debt by 2023.
As economists indicate, the reason that Pierre Trudeau’s deficits spiralled out of control is found in an imposition of ideologically socialist government policies on a capitalist free-market economy. In tandem, Justin Trudeau has rocketed this structure into the stratosphere.
For what purpose? It is here Cultural Action Party transition to the speculative. The financial enslavement methodology is a tool to transfer Canada from democracy to dictatorship. Media’s job is to obscure the transformation.
From immigration policy to internet censorship, all signs reveal a step-by-step morphing of Canada into a communist-oriented society.
Pierre Trudeau alluded to this back in the day. Justin Trudeau is administering this as we speak. Establishment media have fallen into line with an emulation of communist control: in China, media work the will of government. Never before in the history of our country has this format been as extreme as it is at present.
Is our country being led by the nose to an axiomatic political and social realignment? Call CAP paranoid conspiracy theorists. Frankly, it won’t make a speck of difference.
From our perspective, the writing is on the wall–as it would be for all Canadians if a coordinated government/media agenda did not exist to convince our citizenship otherwise.
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder ( Est.2016)