Pierre Trudeau, Justin Trudeau, And The Erasure Of Democracy In Canada

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“The Weekly Wrap: Some MPs and Senators Have Betrayed Our Country. What Are We Going To Do About It?”

“The biggest news this week by far was the report produced by the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) on foreign interference in Canadian politics.”

“This treason could be the tip of the iceberg.”

While Canada undergoes unprecedented political chaos, a glaring omission continues to escape media scrutiny. It goes like this: how on earth did we get here?

As in, how did a western democracy rooted in rule-of-law arrive at a condition whereby unnamed Parliamentarians are accused of collusion with foreign governments– acts that may legally qualify as treason.

Media don’t much like getting to the root of an undermining of democratic governance in our country. In 2024, it’s more than likely due to the entity who pays their editors and journalists to do their jobs: PM Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government.

“I wouldn’t be prepared to think I would be successful in arguing that (communism) for Canada at the present time. But such times might come, who knows?”

–Former Liberal PM, Pierre Trudeau

There’s a few words that will never again appear in mainstream media. If they did, Canadians from all walks-of- life might come to understand how our nation got into the political pit we now find our country submerged in.

“The Trudeau Family’s Weirdly Close Relationship With Communist China”

There was a time not so long ago that mainstream media did allude to the Trudeau family-Chinese government connection:

Pierre Trudeau visited China in the midst of a famine that killed 30 million and reported back that the country was a model of central planning.”

Turns out that Trudeau Sr. did some central planning of his own. In the early 1970’s, without a mandate from the people, this PM opened Canada’s doors to the force that is the communist government of China.

In tandem with another unilateral move from this prime minister– the introduction of Multiculturalism to Canadian society, the seeds of democratic erosion had been planted.

Those believing this is to be an abstraction may want to think again:

“The experience of that superb strategist Mao Tse-tung might lead us to conclude that in a vast and heterogeneous country, the possibility of establishing socialist strongholds in certain regions is the very best thing…”

Would “post-modern” Canada be a dream come true for the former prime minister? No individual has driven the designation more than current PM Justin Trudeau, whose statement on China is so well-known within political circles it barely deserves repeating:

“There’s a level of admiration I actually have for China. Their basic dictatorship is actually allowing them to turn their economy around on a dime.”

In case readers believe this form of admiration stops at “father and son” Trudeau, CAP add additional momentum:

“For Alexandre Trudeau, a deep interest in China was almost preordained. From his father, former Canadian prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau – who opened up diplomatic relations with China in 1970 – Trudeau inherited a lifelong interested in China.”

“I find stories that are disgusting[regarding China], but in a way I’m harsher on Canada.”
Alexandre Trudeau, brother of PM Justin Trudeau.
“And still they could not be moved.”
Despite copious amounts of evidence, Trudeau-led Liberal Party collusion with China has yet to reach national consciousness. Reasons why? Legacy media has been sublimating the situation for decades. Continuing along the historical trajectory arrives at this gem:
March 1st, 2023: “Zhang Bin, the Chinese billionaire and political adviser to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), who made a $1 million “donation” to the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation, wanted to build a joint monument featuring the dictator Mao Zedong and the former Canadian prime minister at the University of Montreal.”

“And still they could not be moved.”

April 9th, 2024: “Canada’s spy agency knew China clandestinely and deceptively interfered in the past two federal votes, according to a top-secret briefing document that emerged Monday at the public inquiry into foreign interference.”

“The heavily redacted, six-page document is dated February 2023 and carries the title, ‘Briefing to the Prime Minister’s Office on foreign interference threats to Canada’s democratic institutions.'”

Stop the press. We interject with a few simple observations. First, if Cultural Action Party [est.2016], an organization with no financial budget, can compile this information, then the CBC, Toronto Star and Globe & Mail could do so till the cows come home on an Alberta beef farm.

Secondly, we posit the following query. Under current circumstances, how can current Liberal MPs support Justin Trudeau? This week, Canadians have witnessed Liberal Public Safety Minister Dominic Leblanc offer up a litany of excuses for refusing to publicize names of MPs accused of what may legally amount to treason.

Behind him, MP Anita Anand, MP Ahmed Hussen and a host of others stand and applaud at the conclusion of his sentences. Is this not the biggest disgrace you have ever seen? Does securing of MP pensions really mean this much? If CAP was one of them, we would be outta there quicker than you can say “Poilievre for prime minister.”

It doesn’t happen. What hath the Trudeau family wrought? A systemic undermining, and potential erasure, of democratic governance in Canada?

One look at Justin Trudeau during his acceptance speech back in 2015 said it all: “this person is going to ruin our country.”

Nine years later, there’s little doubt that it may be the gospel truth.

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