The Trudeau Family of Quebec— Pierre as patriarch, in addition to sons Justin and Alexandre Trudeau— have been surrounded by a teflon wall of media protection for over forty years. With recent exposure of alleged Chinese government meddling in the past two Canadian federal elections, it appears the walls are tumbling down.
Poorly understood by the public is a multi-decade relationship between the Liberal Party of Canada and communist government of China. It is reasonable to state that it couldn’t have been accomplished without media complicity— in particular, government-funded Canadian Broadcasting Corporation(CBC).
We begin at the beginning— the moment Pierre Trudeau became prime minister of Canada in 1968. It was at this time that a fundamental change in immigration policy occurred in the form of a transition to a “points-based” system of approval for new arrivals to our country.
The piece media neglected was basic, yet profound. Over the following three decades, immigration intake transitioned from majority European-based migration to majority Third World intake. Over this time period, migration to Canada began to be sourced from Asian nations— China, India, as well as Pakistan, Philippines and Korea.
A ground-breaking event served as a catalyst— one which has never been understood in proper context. In the year 1970, PM Pierre Trudeau became the first western leader to establish diplomatic ties with communist China. Throughout the early part of the decade, Trudeau held a series of face-to-face meetings with Chairman Mao Tse Tung.
Media has never properly articulated Pierre Trudeau’s enthusiasm for communist governance, and China in particular. Few variations on a theme exist.
One of them being an uncharacteristic article published by Maclean’s magazine in 2018 entitled “The Trudeau Family’s Love of Tyrants,” which takes a look inside the Trudeau family admiration phenomenon. Despite a focus on the family’s veneration of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, the article did not create as much as a blip in public perception.
At the time, Pierre Trudeau’s self-perception as a “citizen of the world” went right over the heads of Canadians. It would take a passing of at least four decades for astute citizens to begin to comprehend the ramifications of “prototype globalist” Pierre Trudeau’s decision-making.
The era of Liberal-Trudeau-China collusion had begun. Immigration priority to Hong Kong and Mainland China brought hundreds of thousands of migrants to Canadian shores.
By the 1980’s, the government of China had entrenched themselves within Canada’s business environment. Ignored by media, organizations such as the Canada-China Business Council were hard at work integrating China’s money into major Canadian corporations.
Equally obfuscated is a dedication to China advanced by the children of Pierre Trudeau. Even today, the ideological affinity between father Pierre and son Justin isn’t being properly articulated by mainstream media.
Trudeau Sr. is the original champion of mass 3rd World immigration to Canada. The first wave being comprised of migrants from Hong Kong and Mainland China. Upon election in 2015, current PM Justin Trudeau ramped up immigration quotas to the highest level in a century.
What is lost in media translation should be understood by all Canadians. As media are positing, current federal election interference from the government of China is largely focused on Canada’s Chinese diaspora community. How much of a mental leap does it take to conclude that Pierre Trudeau and his China-affectations are the original source of current election consternation?
As most Canadians are aware, PM Justin Trudeau has publicly expressed admiration for the behemoth nation of the Far East. Less understood is the attitude of second son and brother of our PM, Alexandre “Sacha” Trudeau.
Brother Alexandre once made a film which not only supported the Iranian government’s build up of nuclear arms— the film was also financed by the government of Iran. The title of the film is“The New Great Game.”
In 2016, Alexandre Trudeau published a book called “Barbarian Lost,” a tribute to China from second son. A third son, Michel Trudeau, was mysteriously killed in November, 1998.
According to reports, the death of Michel Trudeau,on Friday the 13th in November 1998, occurred due to a freak accident in the Canadian Rocky Mountains at a time of the year when snow packs are low, and avalanches rare.
It’s a family affair— as several quotes from the Trudeau-clan clearly illustrate:
“The experience of that superb strategist Mao Tse-tung might lead us to conclude that in a heterogeneous country[Canada], the possibility of establishing socialist strongholds in certain regions is the very best thing.”
“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.”
“The whole of China is the greatest human success story ever, in my view, in terms of wealth creation. I find stories that are disgusting[regarding China], but in a way I’m harsher on Canada.”
Incredible. How did it come to be that Canada’s first family of communist admiration has come to dominate Canadian politics for the past half-century? Is the culmination of these circumstances to be found in alleged interference in 2019 and 2021 federal elections?
At present, Trudeau’s Liberals are desperately scrambling to worm their way out of yet another major political scandal. Can it be that China’s manipulation of of electoral system to favour Justin Trudeau is the result of 50-years of family dedication to communist China?