Pierre Trudeau’s Vision For Canada Was Transition to Cuban, Chinese Socialism

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“Like father, like son,” goes the old adage. It’s rarely been more accurate than in the case of former prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, and son Justin.  Pierre was once asked for his views on democracy and communism, and stated that a one-party state  would be the ideal government.

“In his book, Federalism and the French-Canadians(1968), Pierre Trudeau is asked a point-blank question:

“What kind of country would you like to make Canada?”

Trudeau replied: “Labour Party socialist, or Cuban socialism, or Chinese socialism.” 

Added Pierre: “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 his son, Justin Trudeau: “You know, 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. In fact, it has yet to be opened. Is Justin Trudeau in the process of fulfilling Pierre Trudeau’s vision for a communist Canada?

Yes, say Cultural Action Party. The reason for general societies lack awareness is due to the monolithic approach of mainstream media. Collective obfuscation from the press means that Canadians have little awareness of the steam-rolling of democracy being perpetrated by our current Liberal government. They are, in fact, a cast of neo-communist characters.

All signs point to a comprehensive dedication of the Trudeau family toward non-democratic forms of government. Yet, at this point in history, the Trudeaus have escaped being branded as communist sympathizers and admirers of despotic leaders.

This has to change. The Trudeau family are a nemesis regarding traditional Canadian society, identity and culture. No statues, airports or graven images of Justin or Pierre Trudeau should adorn any public exhibit in Canada.

“The reason for direct economic power is China’s command-and-control economy, wherein the government owns or controls the vast majority of businesses.”

“For Trudeau the elder and Trudeau the younger, admiration of communism is seen in actions that diminish private-sector investment in favour of public spending, along with social policies that discourage or prohibit ways of thinking not aligned with their progressive beliefs.”

By the time Trudeau the elder retired in 1984, national debt had grown by 700 per cent, and Canada’s international debt rating had collapsed.

Five decades later, son Justin Trudeau has Canada on a socialist trajectory. After inheriting the Stephen Harper government’s zero-deficit balance sheet, Canada’s fiscal deficit in rocketed to $18 billion in2017-2018, with continuing deficits forecast to add $117 billion to the national debt by 2023.

The commonality continues: the two greatest fiscal deficits(aka slavery to world banking) both arrived via Trudeau family members. Both admire China and Cuba. Both glorify Chairman Mao Tse Tung and Fidel Castro.

How obvious does it have to be that Justin Trudeau is fulfilling the socialist vision of Pierre Trudeau? Answer: pretty darn obvious. So much so that to comprehend its reality, concerned citizens must toss mainstream media aside. They work for the cause herein described.

Few Canadians will have heard of an American named Alan Stang, a political critic who died in 2009. Accurately described as a paranoiac regarding communist infiltration of the United States, in 1971 Stang published an essay predicting the future of Canadian society.

Considered something of a flake at the time, “How The Communists Took Control Of Canada,” published in April, 1971, has over the decades evolved into a prescient work.

“The events of last year prove that if enough Canadians, with the help of enough Americans, don’t act soon enough to prevent it, Canada in a very short time will be a totalitarian dictatorship of the kind in Cuba.”

“The story starts with Prime Minister Pierre-Elliott Trudeau. In 1947, Trudeau was a student at the London School of Economics, founded by the Fabian Socialists to train Marxists and spread Marxism.”

How fortunate for Mr. Fabian that Justin Trudeau came along to hi-jack our nation away from its original definition as a democratic society.

As denied by mainstream media: from Pierre Trudeau to Justin Trudeau— a journey from freedom and democracy to a post-modern dictatorship.

1 thought on “Pierre Trudeau’s Vision For Canada Was Transition to Cuban, Chinese Socialism”

  1. “What kind of country would you like to make Canada?” I wonder which dolt asked that question? Must have been a Trudeau Sr. sycophant. Such breathtaking arrogance. One politician: “You–P. Turdo.” One sick-in-the-head despot gets to decide on “remaking” Canada. We need a Nuremberg style trial of our own. The (alleged) son can pay for his own crimes against Canada/Canadians, and posthumously pay for the treasonous crimes of his (alleged) father. The “fringe minority” can preside, and pass sentence. Strip Trudeau Jr. of his citizenship, and send him packing into some far away; hard-core communist/Sharia Law paradise. Whichever is the harshest; most punitive/restrictive of the two systems.


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