In their chapter on millionaire Pierre Trudeau’s first paid job in the Privy Council Office of Canada in the late 1940s and early 50s,1 authors Max and Monique Nemni, at page 214, quote Trudeau criticizing an official speech of Lester Bowles Pearson on the Communist menace:
“Soit M. Pearson n’est pas au courant de ces rapports, auquel cas il ne fait pas son travail. Soit il est au courant et il conteste la véracité, auquel cas il est coupable d’avoir confié des missions à deux agents du service extérieure qui ne sont que des laquais crédules des Soviétiques. À moins que, convaincu de leur véracité, il préfère continuer de répandre le mythe que les communistes cherchent à provoquer la guerre, auquel cas il trompe la population.”
“Either Mr. Pearson is unaware of these reports, in which case he is not doing his job. Or he is aware and disputes their veracity, in which case he is guilty of having entrusted missions to two agents of the external service who are nothing but the credulous lackeys of the Soviets. Unless, convinced of their veracity, he prefers to continue to spread the myth that the Communists seek to cause war, in which case he is misleading the population.”
If you read the whole section, it is clear that Trudeau sides with the “official reports” of John Watkins and Chester Ronning alleging that the USSR is on a pacifist road and like Communist China, is working to better conditions for its citizens. Pierre Elliott Trudeau thus shares their alleged official viewpoint that the USSR is:
“tired of war, pacifist and […] has even begun to demobilize a part of its troops” (1951 report of John Watkins) and that “qualified Chinese leaders […] are busy finding solutions […] for the greatest good of the Chinese people” (1951 report of Chester Ronning).
However, both these men are in fact Reds (which Trudeau denies, by inversion), as will be apparent.
First, in a segment of his 1982 “Inside the ‘Featherbed File’?“, former RCMP undercover agent Patrick Walsh quotes the Edmonton Journal on the subject of Watkins. Says Walsh:
TRUTH IS FINALLY EMERGING
The Edmonton Journal (30 March 1981) concluded an article on Lester Pearson’s cover-up for Soviet spy John Watkins:
“A remaining question is why Pearson and the Liberal hierarchy decided to cover up for Watkins.
“Was it simply because Pearson and Watkins were huge personal friends?’
“If so, this meant that Pearson’s own priorities came ahead of those of Canadians in general.
“Or was it because letting one skeleton out of the closet would lead to many more exposures and create shattering embarrassment for the Liberal bureaucracy?”
That article is from March, 1981. The Nemnis are publishing Trudeau’s biography in 2011, when this information is available to researchers. Yet, the Nemnis — who have also taken over publication of Trudeau and Pelletier’s infamous pro-Red Cité Libre — offer the reader no clue that Watkins indeed was a Red agent.
But so is Chester Ronning! In a 1971 article, “The Men Who Control Canada” by F. Paul Fromm, published in the journal of the Edmund Burke Society, we learn that in October 1970, the Trudeau government conferred diplomatic recognition on Mao’s dictatorship. Fromm then points out that:
“[o]ne of those who had long propagandized for such recognition was former diplomat, Chester Ronning, Bilderberger (1955, 1956). In his book, THE RED FOG OVER AMERICA, Commander Guy Carr says that Ronning joined the revolutionary army of Sun Yat Sen in China in 1911 and worked under the direct orders of Michael Borodin, the envoy of the Comintern in China…. After Ronning arrived in Canada he openly formed the I.P.R. and infiltrated into Mr. Pearson’s Department of External Affairs…. Ronning is a personal friend of Chou En Lai and Mao Tse Tung (page 213).
U.S. Senator Barry M. Goldwater (1979)2 has this to say about Ronning’s “I.P.R.“, the infamous Institute of Pacific Relations:
“The international bankers’ C.F.R. is disarming America while they finance the world’s largest military machine in Soviet Russia.
“Starting in the ’30s and continuing through World War II, our official attitude toward the Far East reflected the thinking of the Institute of Pacific Relations. Members of the Institute were placed in important teaching positions. They dominated the Asian affairs section of the State Department. Their publications were standard reading material for the armed forces, in most American colleges, and were used in 1,300 public school systems.
The Institute of Pacific Relations was behind the decision to cut off aid to Chiang Kai-Shek unless he embraced the Communists, and the Council on Foreign Relations is the parent organization of the Institute of Pacific Relations.”
“Commander Guy Carr says that Ronning joined the revolutionary army of Sun Yat Sen in China in 1911 and worked under the direct orders of Michael Borodin, the envoy of the Comintern“. What is the “Comintern”? Former undercover RCMP agent, Patrick Walsh, in his Featherbed article in 1982 quotes:
“the outstanding authority on the Comintern, Victor Serge, who broke with Stalin in 1936 after having been an outstanding member of the Executive Committee of the Comintern. In the February, 1947 issue of the magazine Plain Talk, in an article entitled Inside the Comintern, Serge gave this first-hand description of the Comintern:
The central bureaus of the Comintern in Moscow, located in a vast building opposite the Kremlin, guarded by the GPU, became a sort of worldwide intelligence center such as exists in no other country in the world. The central apparatus of the Comintern was subdivided into regional bureaus for the Latin countries, Central Europe, Scandinavia, the Middle East, the Far East, North America, Latin America, etc.
Therefore, Chester Ronning, who answered directly to Michael Borodin, Moscow’s envoy of the Comintern in China”, had been taken directly into Canada’s civil service, External Affairs, while apparently still a Red agent under control of the Comintern. No doubt, his assignment had been switched to North America.
In his January, 1972 report on Bilderberger Mark Gayn (alias Julius Ginsberg), F. Paul Fromm quotes the “REECE COMMITTEE REPORT of the United States House of Representatives” concerning the known activities of the I.P.R. in 1945-1949:
“… the I.P.R. has been considered by the American Communist Party and by Soviet officials as an instrument of Communist policy, propaganda and military intelligence.”
Jaanus Proos, writing in “Praxis Exposed!” for the January-February 1971 issue of Straight Talk!, journal of the Edmund Burke Society, says:
“IPR has been thoroughly unmasked by the US Internal Security Subcommittee as the Red-dominated organization responsible for the sabotaging of US foreign policy against CHIAN Kai-shek and facilitating the Maoist takeover of mainland China. Subsequently, the IPR, with Owen Lattimore and company migrated, at your expense, to the University of British Columbia.” 3
While Commander Carr thinks Ronning “infiltrated” “Mr. Pearson’s” External Affairs Department, it is much more likely that he, like Pearson — himself a Soviet mole — was smuggled in. (Pearson, too, must have been smuggled in, because the F.B.I., in 1951, notified Canada’s RCMP that Pearson was a Red Agent.) Watkins, Ronning and other fellow Reds, including Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Jean Marchand and Gérard Pelletier were not simply “infiltrated” into Canada’s federal government, they were ushered in through the “Open Gates of Troy,” as well known documentary researcher and film maker G. Edward Griffin has called it, in his eye-opening two-part series, “The Subversion Factor” (on the Media tab).
Pearson moreover, while prime minister, stacked his famous Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism with still more elements of the left, including Soviet agent Jean-Louis Gagnon, a protégé of both future Trilateralist Mitchel Sharp and pilgrim of Moscow, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, the latter who led a Communist delegation at Moscow in April of 1952, organized and all expenses paid by the Canadian Communist Party.
Which begs the question, what were the Reds really up to on that Royal Commission? (In fact, I have a very good inkling, and I will deal with it in another post.)
READ my exclusive English translation of a segment from the Nemnis’ 2011 biography of Pierre Elliott Trudeau, which I have entitled “Trudeau, Communism, and the Privy Council Office of Canada (circa 1950)”
1 Trudeau, Fils du Québec, père du Canada, Tome 2: La formation d’un homme d’Etat: 1944-1965 [Translation: Trudeau, Son of Quebec, Father of Canada, Volume 2: The Training of a Statesman: 1944-1965]. ISBN 978-2-7619-3192-2.
2 Goldwater Sees Elitist Sentiments Threatening Liberties, 1979
3 After the I.P.R. folded in America and moved to British Columbia, no more seems to have been heard about the need to investigate it. Therefore, a potential channel for Kremlin control over part or all of Canada has been left operating for over sixty years to the present. A question comes to mind. Could the unmolested presence of the I.P.R. in British Columbia have anything to do with the fact that in 1980, the United Nations apparently expected not only Quebec to “secede” by referendum, but also British Columbia? Both Quebec and B.C. were singled out for special notice a few months before the 1980 Quebec “secession” vote. At paragraph 159 of a document labeled CCPR A/35/40 (1980), the Committee of the “UN Human Rights Treaty System” of the United Nations, which deals with “secession,” declared in its “concluding observations” that:
Commenting on article 1 of the Covenant, some members noted that the right to self-determination was not expressly guaranteed in any of the Canadian provinces and that it was not even mentioned in the laws of British Columbia and Quebec.
“Self-determination” is a concept of international law expressed in the Charter of the United Nations and other international instruments, involving the right of “all peoples” to “secede” from a parent state under certain conditions. Moreover, “self-determination,” constitutionally, cannot be “mentioned” in any measure by any Province of Canada, because the power to “secede” is expressly denied by elimination of all risk of residual (national) sovereignty from the provincial sphere in 1867 using enumerated powers (powers confined to a list), thus prohibiting any provincial activity “in relation to” (legal phrase) “secession”.
Was the Communist U.N. expecting B.C. to “secede” in 1980, if Quebec registered a “Yes” and declared U.D.I.?
The Province of British Columbia has a “secession” movement called “B.C. Refed”. Moreover, in 2010, we learn that B.C. Premier, Gordon Campbell, attended the pro-Communist Bilderberg, which sources note is tightly entwined with the C.I.I.A. whose “evil granddaddy” is in fact the Kremlin-controlled I.P.R. which moved to British Columbia. Campbell’s conflict of interest commissioner, Paul Fraser, asserted that Campbell’s use of taxpayers’ moneys to attend the summer 2010 Bilderberg in Spain was not a conflict of interest, because he attended the secretive confab “as” the Premier. (“CBC News – British Columbia – Campbell’s Bilderberg trip no conflict: official,” according to CBC.ca online, Last Updated: Wednesday, December 15, 2010, 12:24 PM PT.)
And in 2005, as we can see at page 11 of their English-language program, the “Prestige Sponsors” of the newly hatched North American Forum on Integration (NAFI), include the Province of British Columbia, the other “Prestige Sponsors” being federal government departments of Canada, the United States Embassy (of all things!), the unconstitutional “International Relations” Ministry of the Province of Quebec, the Bloc Québécois (federal counterpart of the veiled Communist Parti Québécois in Quebec), the Forum of Federations, and the IDRC-CDRI (See: Triumvirat — The first interparliamentary simulation of North America (May 23 to 27, 2005, Canadian Senate, Ottawa, Canada).
The NAFI is a criminally seditious movement to federalize North America, involving the destruction of all three Constitutions, to eliminate Canada, the USA and Mexico, extinguishing the true fundamental right to self-determination of every Province of Canada under its lawful Constitution of 1867.
Other sponsors include universities; “Privileged Sponsors” are listed specifically: GazMetro, North American Fund for Environmental Cooperation, Bureau du premier ministre du Québec (office of the Quebec premier), The Washington Center. So, Quebec and B.C. are specifically targeted by our embedded Reds.
Thus, at the 2005 launch of the model parliament for (a Leninist-style regional) North America, the two provincial governments sponsoring the model parliament for the new Red entity were those of Quebec and British Columbia.