Paul Fromm’s Edmund Burke Society was a National Police operation under Soviet Agent Pearson and Pierre Elliott Trudeau (Part II)

Part II:
The Fromm-Proos attack on Alan Stang
1971

PART I is here.


Referring to Alan Stang’s article in the April 1971 American Opinion (“Canada How The Communists Took Control”), Fromm’s writer, Januus Proos, says:

“A telegram, reproduced on the article’s centerfold, reputed to have been sent by Jean-Louis Gagnon is an outright forgery.  A similar telegram was sent but not this one.  Which brings up the point, that by carelessly using false information that can be disproved, Stang has afforded the enemy the opportunity to discredit the remaining 99% fact in the article.”

However, Proos did not go on to “disprove” the reality of the telegram that Stang had published “in the centerfold”.  Nor did Proos “disprove” any other facts alleged by Stang, including the fact that Pearson had been outed to the FBI as a Soviet agent by Elizabeth Bentley, defecting from Soviet military intelligence.

Why did Proos say “A similar telegram was sent but not this one”?  Why did Proos not disprove the alleged Stang “forgery” by noting that Straight Talk! itself had published the real telegram sent by Gagnon, also in April 1971.  Why not say, here’s the real one!  We published it!

Perhaps because EBS readers might have noticed the one Fromm had published is identical to the one Stang had published that Proos called an “outright forgery”.

if we are to believe Proos that Stang published an “outright forgery”, something that Proos and Fromm certainly would not do (right?), Fromm would have published the REAL telegram, or else, the consequence, according to Proos denouncing Stang, would be to DISCREDIT “the remaining 99% fact”, and this time, not merely in a single article, but in the whole of the supposedly expert anti-communist journal of Paul Fromm, StraightTalk!

So, either Fromm’s EBS published the same “forgery”; and both telegrams are “outright forgeries”, or both telegrams are authentic, and Proos and Fromm had falsely accused Alan Stang of publishing a forgery.  In fact, the latter is the case.  Fromm and Proos lied about Stang.  What would the effect be of that kind of a lie?  It would discredit Stang and drive him off Canadian turf, where the Communist operation has long been well underway on the street, and inside government.

Fromm and Proos published an authentic May-Day Telegram by Soviet agent Jean-Louis Gagnon.  It’s absolutely identical to the one that Stang published.  We will see this clearly down below with a line-by-line graphic demonstration, proving that Stang did not publish a forgery.

It happens that in 1971, the original author of the telegram, known Soviet agent Jean-Louis Gagnon, was employed by Pierre Trudeau in Information Canada; as noted by Stang who points to Gagnon’s pro-Soviet May-Day telegram.

Stang correctly observes the high concentration of communist agents in the federal government of Canada, including Pierre Trudeau, Jean-Louis Gagnon, and Lester Bowles Pearson himself, outed by Bentley in the U.S. McCarran hearings.

Stang planned a mass-mailing to warn Canadians of a Communist takeover from the top-down, inside the federal government of Canada.

That mass-mailing was a threat to Fromm’s main boss, Lester Pearson, for whom Canada’s national police had recruited F. Paul Fromm to set up the Edmund Burke Society as a national surveillance and police front in February of 1967.

That mass-mailing was a threat as well to Pierre Elliott Trudeau, another Communist who jointly bossed Canada’s national police with Pearson, and who therefore also was Paul Fromm’s boss.  Stang’s planned mass-mailing was a threat to the top-down Communist operation in Canada.

Surely, Stang had to be frightened away.  Falsely accusing him of publishing a forgery, while telling him to stick to his own side of the border, was the public method chosen.

To prove to you that Fromm published the same telegram that Stang published in April 1971, I will compare the two published telegrams and you can see for yourself that they are identical.

Here is the May-Day Telegram of Communist Party member, Jean-Louis Gagnon, published by Fromm top-right on page 7 of Straight Talk! in April, 1971 (Volume III, No. 7):

Straight Talk!
April, 1971 (Volume III, No. 7)

The Telegram published by Straight Talk! in April 1971


The Telegram published by Fromm, top-right on page 7
of Straight Talk!  in April 1971, Volume III, No. 7.

“The Red Red Record of Trudeau's Propaganda Minister” (Jean-Louis Gagnon)

“The Red Red Record of Trudeau’s Propaganda Minister” (Jean-Louis Gagnon), Straight Talk!, April 1971


The picture of the telegram in Straight Talk! with a caption under it, isolated on a page by itself, is a clumsy way to begin a cover story on the infamous May-Day Telegram of Jean-Louis Gagnon, praising the “Great Soviet Union”.  The caption (the fine print) begins the story, which continues in larger dark print in the middle of the page, and then says “continued page 8)”.

The bottom-third of page 8 begins:  “(THE RED, RED RECORD OF TRUDEAU’S MINISTER OF PROPAGANDA, continued from page 7)”.  The expose says “Former R.C.M.P. undercover agent, Pat Walsh, knew Gagnon was the right-hand man in Quebec to Soviet spy and former member of Parliament, Fred Rose.”  And it goes on to end in the top-fourth of page 9.

Indeed, Pat Walsh, in his 1982 pamphlet, “Inside the Featherbed File? Canada’s Watergate, The Story of Treason in Ottawa“, in the segment “Comintern Penetrates Federal Civil Service” says:

“… the Royal Commission Report dealing with Soviet espionage in the ’40s revealed that other Soviet spies active in the External Affairs Department had either fled the country (Jean-Louis Gagnon fled to Brazil, with the cooperation of Mitchell Sharp, then a director of Brazilian Traction Corporation) or could not be positively identified because only their code names were known.”

See, also, “The Jean-Louis Gagnon Case” in that same article.

 

The Telegram from Straight Talk!, enlarged

The telegram published by Fromm as authentic:

The Telegram published by Straight Talk! in March 1971

The Telegram published by Straight Talk! in March 1971


The Telegram from American Opinion, enlarged

The telegram published by Stang as authentic:

The Telegram published by Stang in American Opinion, also in April 1971

THE TELEGRAM PUBLISHED BY STANG IN AMERICAN OPINION IN APRIL 1971

Above is the May Day Telegram of Communist Jean-Louis Gagnon published by Alan Stang in American Opinion top-left on page 14 in April, 1971.

The Telegram Stang published in April 1971 — denounced by Fromm and Proos as being an “outright forgery” — is in fact part of the April 1971 cover story of Paul Fromm’s Straight Talk! while Fromm is the editor.  Fromm is responsible for publishing this Telegram as authentic to denounce Jean-Louis Gagnon as a Soviet agent.

The bill for the Alan Stang offprint.

The bill for the Alan Stang offprint.

For the best possible comparison, I purchased a clean copy of Stang’s Canada story as an American Opinion offprint and had it shipped in order to scan the original flat to the glass.  The only partial copy online had not been scanned flat.  This aids the comparison of the telegram published by Fromm in March 1971 with the telegram published by Stang in April 1971.

Above-left is the bill for the offprint.  Fromm, who is outed by me as a Communist agent working to overthrow Canada (we’ll see a few of his efforts in Part III of this article), can come and shoot me.  My address is right on the bill, the bill is authentic.  Invoice by Willis Monie – Books, 139 Main Street, Cooperstown, NY 13326.  Date of invoice 10/29/19.  “Stang – Canada”.  Amount: $5.00, Shipping: $10.00, Total: $15.00.

Robert E. Updike (signature) on Stang's ““Canada” offprint, 1971

Robert E. Updike (signature) on Stang’s ““Canada” offprint, 1971

The particular offprint once belonged to Robert E. Updike, whose signature was on the cover (see above).  The original offprint has been donated to the Quebec Archives.  I removed the signature from the scan of the “Canada” offprint online here, at the present web site.  And that is all I removed.

The Telegram in the centerfold of Stang’s
“Canada” offprint (top-left) April 1971

The Telegram, top-left in the double-page spread in the center-fold of Stang's Canada offprint of April 1971.

The Telegram, top-left in the double-page spread in the center-fold of Stang's Canada offprint of April 1971.

The Telegram, top-left in the double-page spread in the center-fold of Stang’s Canada offprint of April 1971.[/caption]

Preparing to compare the Stang and Fromm Telegrams

First, here’s how I prepared the two publications of the Telegram to prove they are one and the same.  I purchased a clean copy of Alan Stang’s CANADA How The Communists Took Control and scanned the Telegram.  I sized the scan to match a print-screen of the same Telegram in Straight Talk! online at archive.org, taken from the scan made by the Thomas Fisher Rare Books Library.  The Fisher describes itself at archive.org:  “The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library is a library in the University of Toronto, constituting the largest repository of publicly accessible rare books and manuscripts in Canada.”

I put both copies of the Telegram into MovieMaker in Windows XP Pro and used an automatic “wipe” transition with a red bar to gradually reveal one telegram, line by line, overlaid on the other.  I save the video, then I shot stills from the video and assembled them as a gif in ulead gif animator (free edition: it’s quirky, but it works).  You can thus read the two telegram images one line at a time, top to bottom, to see for yourself that the telegrams are identical.

After scanning the Stang pamphlet, I donated the original to the Quebec Archives, whose rare books department gladly accepted it as an authentic original offprint.  Mr. Daniel Chouinard, Librarian in charge of acquisitions over on 2275 Holt Street in Montreal, acknowledged receipt in email, on 11/11/2019, in French, as follows:

“RE: Alan Stang, CANADA How The Communists Took Control (1971)

Bonjour Madame,

J’ai bien reçu l’exemplaire de la brochure intitulée Canada : How the Communists Took Control.

Je vous remercie de ce don qui contribuera à enrichir notre collection.

Cordiales salutations.

Daniel Chouinard
Bibliothécaire
Direction du dépôt légal et des acquisitions
Direction générale de la Bibliothèque nationale
Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec

2275, rue Holt
Montréal (Québec) H2G 3H1

Téléphone : 514 873-1101, poste 3740
Sans frais : 1 800 363-9028
Télécopieur : 514 873-7286
daniel.chouinard@banq.qc.ca
http://www.banq.qc.ca”

Translation:  “I received the copy of the brochure entitled Canada: How the Communists Took Control. / Thank you for this donation which will contribute to enriching our collection.”

Canada: How the Communists Took Control, Alan Stang, 1971

Canada: How the Communists Took Control, Alan Stang, 1971

The document is now in the BAnQ’s catalogue, with the words “en traitement” bottom-left.  That’s French for “it’s being processed” to make it publicly available in the collection.  The words above that, “Grande Bibliothèque – Collection nationale – Livres” mean the “book” or document is in the Rare Books Division, through this portal:

The Quebec Archives, entrance to special collections, rare books and government documents

The Quebec Archives, entrance to special collections, rare books and government documents

We now can be sure we are looking at “Stang’s” copy of the telegram from an actual, meaning authentic, copy of American Opinion.
 

Now, let’s compare them.

EBS white telegram on top of Stang grey telegram

I will lay the EBS (white) telegram over the Stang (grey) telegram, and then remove the white one, a line at a time, to reveal the grey one, proving both are identical.

The scan of the Stang Telegram is grey to aid comparison.  The animated gif below gradually exposes Stang’s grey telegram by removing Fromm’s white telegram laid over it.

You can therefore see, the Telegrams are identical.

There is no doubt Paul Fromm as editor of Straight Talk in April 1971, published an outright lie by Januus Proos while accusing Alan Stang of publishing “an outright forgery”:  for, if Stang published a “forgery”, then so did Paul Fromm.

 

The Telegram:  Stang -vs- Fromm

Top-down wipe done in Moviemaker in XP Pro

The Fromm-Stand Telegrams - Animated Comparison

The Fromm-Stand Telegrams – Animated Comparison


Fromm and Proos lied savagely

Fromm and Proos lied savagely, even risking exposure of their own publication of the same Telegram, to avert Stang’s mass-mailing that might have exposed Canada’s top-down Communist operation.

Fromm, himself, would also have been exposed as one of their agents.
 

Q.:  Why was Fromm concerned about
Stang’s mass-mailing?

A.:  It would have been a Big Success!

Let me return you to my wrap-up of PART I of this multi-part article on FROMM and the EBS as a national police front under Soviet Agent Pearson and Communist PIerre Elliott Trudeau.  Click that link and scroll down to read my sum-up entitled “CONCLUSION – Part I”, where I prove to you that a prior mass-mailing by Ron Gostick, in which FROMM himself participated with the EBS, was a massive success.

And that is why F. Paul FROMM, and his writer Janus PROOS, smeared American patriot ALAN STANG in Straight Talk! in 1971:  to prevent a similar “major conservative grass-roots upsurge” and a top-down clean-out of the communist-penetrated federal government of Canada, including the exposure of little red FROMM, himself.

F. Paul Fromm, who set up the Edmund Burke Society as a police front for Soviet agent Lester Bowles Pearson, and who also worked for Communist mole Pierre Elliott Trudeau, and reported to Trudeau’s red Solicitor General of Canada in charge of the national police and national security of Canada, Jean-Pierre Goyer from December 22, 1970 to November 26, 1972, is a Communist agent.

As V.I. Lenin said:  “We’ll run our own opposition”.

F. PAUL FROMM is controlled opposition.

F Paul Fromm, Communist Agent

F Paul Fromm, Communist Agent


 
… To be continued.
 

A Look back at a revolutionary past: Gilles Duceppe, Marxist-Leninist-Maoist (Communist)

This French video has English subtitles.
Cette vidéo française est sous-titrée en anglais.

ALSO SEE IT ON BITCHUTE / A VOIR AUSSI SUR BITCHUTE:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/jGREADNkEUtb/

The importance of this bit of film is that it illustrates the communist background of Gilles Duceppe.

Duceppe is apparently one of those unwilling “to talk” to the journalists in this film about their revolutionary past in Quebec.

Perhaps Duceppe is not so much embarrassed about his communist past, as wary of disclosing his communist present as the leader of the federal BLOC QUEBECOIS. (The film was made in 1999.)

In collaboration with the international banks and the multinational corporations, Gilles Duceppe was working toward the North American Union, a continental or regional union that communists would support under the planned world government that is just around the corner as I write today.

The BLOC QUEBECOIS was the federal counterpart of the PARTI QUEBECOIS. We were all told the PQ was “separatist” and wanted “sovereignty” for Quebec.

We were told the BLOC supported the efforts of the PQ to help Quebec “secede”.

We were lied to. The PARTI QUEBECOIS is not separatist nor is it sovereignist. It is communist. The two referendums it ran in 1980 and in 1995 were not for Quebec independence. The real agenda is hidden in plain view under the labels: “Sovereignty Association” (1980) and “Sovereignty Partnership” (1995).

The goal of the PQ and of the BLOC is not for Quebec to “secede” to become a “nation”, but to con the people into voting YES in order to force the “rest of Canada” to dismantle itself in the so-called “negotiations”. So-called because the outcome is already planned: Canada is to be dismantled and converted to the top half of a REGIONAL UNION on the European model.

A dismantled Canada will first produce a string of new provincial “nations”. These will be re-federated into a REGION using treaties on the European model.

These new provincial “nations”, being supposedly “sovereign”, will then choose to decentralize their legislative powers. That means they will SHARE out or RE-DISTRIBUTE their new-found total powers to the new global institutions: the international city-states, the regional government (first over the continent, then over the western hemisphere) and then, the world government.

Canada will be converted to a regional union; it will form the top half of the North American Union; Quebec “secession” will trigger an equally planned “domino effect” as the American States, whether some, many or all, declare UDI (“independence”) and join the parade of decentralization on the way to powerlessness under a communist world government.

RENE LEVESQUE, a believer in world government, and in the end of the nation-state (as he openly states in his Memoirs, but nobody ever notices, least of all the voters), organized and founded the PQ to run the referendums to dismantle Canada into multi-cultural city-states in the North American Union under a communist world government. He took his marching orders in this respect from a “secret committee” of FEDERAL MINISTERS from Quebec in the cabinet of prime minister and Soviet agent LESTER BOWLES PEARSON.

RENE LEVESQUE actually fought the NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF CANADA (NDP) in the early 1980s for for access of the PQ to membership in the SOCIALIST INTERNATIONAL (SI) whose two planks were and are 1) world government and 2) industrial democracy.

What is industrial democracy? It’s an innocuous name for communism, the brand of communism developed in the former Yugoslavia under Marshal Tito. It was better known there as workers’ control or workers’ self-management.

In 1970, in Canada, the notorious Praxis Research Institute published conference proceedings calling industrial democracy “the true heir of Karl Marx”. So, you are, absolutely, talking about communism with the PARTI QUEBECOIS and the BLOC.

Thus, when Gilles Duceppe led the BLOC QUEBECOIS all those years in Ottawa, he wasn’t working on Quebec independence, he wasn’t backing up Quebec “secession”. He was working on using Quebec to dismantle Canada for North American Union, a communist regional union. He was using Quebec to force the “rest of Canada” to “negotiate” its own demise by dismantling into international city-states in a communist world-state.

In the film above, the journalists feel they are looking at a “revolutionary past” in Quebec, including Gilles Duceppe’s revolutionary past. As though he were a “former” Marxist-Leninist-Maoist. But Duceppe was always a Marxist-Leninist-Maoist, especially while leading the BLOC QUEBECOIS in the federal parliament to overthrow Canada for North American Union and a one-world government.

ENGLISH TRANSLATION & SUBTITLES
by “WHO DARES WINS”
The Official Legal Challenge
To North American Union
http://www.habeascorpuscanada.com

http://www.NOSNOWINMOSCOW.net

Two Children of Canadian Top Brass linked to Dieppe in WWII, Aided Communists

The Son of a Canadian General of WWII
Gave Military Aid to Fidel Castro for the Cuban Revolution

Andrew George Latta McNaughton, Lieutenant-General (1887-1966)

Andrew George Latta McNaughton, Lieutenant-General (1887-1966)


 

A. R. L. (Andy) McNaughton, a Montreal consulting engineer, and the son of Canadian-born General Andrew George Latta McNaughton, ran guns for Fidel Castro, acted as Castro’s double agent, and fought in Cuba at the side of Castro and his rebels during the Revolution.

Speaking of McNaughton’s father, the General, The Canadian Encyclopedia says the General “endorsed the ill-fated DIEPPE plan”. Further on, the CE says:

“A compelling public figure for almost 2 decades after 1945, [General] McNaughton was Canadian representative on the UN Atomic Energy Commission, and president of the Atomic Energy Control Board of Canada, 1946-48; permanent delegate to the UN, 1948-49“.

From what I have read, only Rhodes Scholars and leftists end up representing Canada at the UN, so this General being appointed as a “permanent delegate to the UN” does raise a question of leftist leanings, in my mind.

The name of the son, A. R. L. (Andy) McNaughton, comes up linked to Castro in news clippings in 1959, including The New York Times (January 6, 1959) and the Montreal Gazette (Monday, April 27, 1959).

The Montreal Gazette’s Bill Bantey described Fidel Castro’s Montreal visit on April 26th, 1959 for the front page of the Gazette:

With Castro as he flew here from Boston — three hours behind schedule — was a party of some 75 Cuban government officials and newspapermen.

Among those greeting the lawyer who toppled the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista was Andrew R. L. (Andy) McNaughton, a Montrealer who helped secure arms for the rebels during the uprising.

A smattering of newsclips from Castro’s 1959 visit to Canada helps to set the atmosphere:

Castro Scoffs At Idea Government Communist

Castro, Banks Discuss Future of CN Fleet

Castro, Banks Discuss Ships

Tells Visiting Cubans That She Loves Them

Canadian Aided Castro

Someone at typepad.com, an author, a blogger? by the name of Isabel Vincent (seems to be bilingual) has this to say about the General’s son:

“The rebels’ idealism also transcended borders as people from around the world rallied to their cause. Canadian Andy McNaughton, son of the famed Gen. A.G.L. McNaughton, was a case in point. McNaughton’s [son] worked for Castro as a double agent during the guerrilla war, in which he was code-named Esquimal, or “man from the north.” Officially employed as an arms buyer for Batista, he purchased weapons for the rebels with the Cuban regime’s money, as Canadian historian Robert Wright relates in his 2007 book Three Nights in Havana: Pierre Trudeau, Fidel Castro and the Cold War World. McNaughton, named an honorary citizen of Cuba after the revolution, told the Canadian press in 1959 that “I got to know [Cubans’] problems. You can’t close your eyes to some things. You have to make your decision and I made mine—to help the cause of freedom in Cuba.” [I accessed that passage on 23 February 2009 at quarter past midnight.]

Castro also connected with Belgian immigrant to Montreal, Georges Schoeters (a teaching assistant and a student at the French University of Montreal), alleged by some to have been a KGB agent.  (I’m currently working on newer, contemporary research that shows a different inspiration for Schoeters and his terrorism:  “the Red Priest”, François Houtart, a Marxist Jesuit (oxymorn), had known Schoeters in a Young Christian Workers’ residence in Belgium. There will be a post on that, eventually.)

Through Schoeters, to whom Castro gave aid and training in Cuba, the Communist Front de libération du Québec (FLQ) terrorists were set up. Their bombing spree began in early 1963. In his book, La Crise d’Octobre [The October Crisis] (written while occupying high office in Canada), Trudeau’s compadre, Communist Gérard Pelletier, admitted that the FLQ terrorists (whose logo was a gun-toting, pipe-smoking “patriote” [patriot] from the 1839 local “revolutions”), declared:

“that the Front de liberation du Québec  has been gestating in that province for eight years, that it is a tool of the Communist Party, that none of the electronic equipment it has stolen since 1965 has ever been recovered, that it has “little concern for Québec nationalism despite its propaganda,” and links it to collateral red front groups such as the Front de libération populaire (People’s Liberation Front), and the Mouvement Syndicale Politique (Trade Union Political Movement).”

As I previously commented in my translation entitled “The Plan for Quebec: Communist State?” (NoSnow, April 22, 2012):

“In 1963, when twenty-three FLQ terrorists were picked up and charged, some of them, including Raymond Villeneuve, hired criminal lawyer Daoust to conduct their defense. It is therefore quite odd that Daoust should have organized Castro’s trip to Montreal on the very day in 1959 when Castro connected with Schoeters, who was used to set up the Front de Libération du Québec the (FLQ) terrorists; and that Daoust himself, three or four years later – at which date he is known as a lawyer for Cotroni – would end up defending some of the terrorists, one of whose leaders – Pierre Vallières, is a colleague of Trudeau, and of the two other men recruited by Lester Pearson to join the Liberals to “fight” these same terrorists whom they call “separatists” …. although, they are clearly not “separatists” but communists.”

Moreover, René Lévesque, a former war correspondent and a journalist in Montreal at the time of the 1959 Castro visit, was photographed interviewing Castro. In 1964, Lévesque told high school children, on at least two occasions, that they should resort to “guns and dynamite” if “Canada” refused to give Quebec “Associate State” status (modeled on the European system, the system of the globalists, transitional to one-world government) instead of Confederation. In 2002, Mikhail Gorbachev called that system the “New European Soviet”.

L-R: René Lévesque, Fidel Castro, Raymond Daoust (1959) Montreal

Front row, L-R: René Lévesque, Fidel Castro, Raymond Daoust (on 26 April 1959) Montreal

While Castro was in town, he was accompanied by Montreal criminal lawyer, Raymond Daoust, later better known as a mob lawyer for the Cotroni clan. (The Cotronis were fans of the Liberals. They attended Liberal conventions; and their thugs occasionally showed up at polling booths with baseball bats, to stuff the ballot boxes. The Cotronis apparently offered to locate the kidnapped Labor Minister, Pierre Laporte, an offer declined by Liberal Quebec Premier and Rhodes Scholar, Robert Bourassa.)

Canada’s “Red Fed” Pampers the Terrorists

Peter Dauphin of the Edmund Burke Society wrote a couple of pieces in 1971 documenting the fact that known FLQ terrorists and other assorted subversives were being coddled by the Trudeau régime. The regime illegally funneled Canadian taxpayers’ money to the terrorists, supplying them with paid “volunteer” jobs, office equipment, and cash for National Defence ads in pro-Communist magazines.

The program used as the conduit was called the Company of Young Canadians (CYC); which had in fact been set up by (now known-to-be) Soviet agent, Prime Minister Lester Bowles Pearson. Obviously, the program would have allowed Soviet Pearson and then his “three wise men” from the Quebec Left (Trudeau, Pelletier and Jean Marchand) to stay in touch with the Communist subversives, while supplying them with perks and wages to float their terrorism.

Dauphin’s first piece on the subject is in particular worth reading:

Gérard Pelletier And The FLQ: New Dimensions In Trudeauvnik Hypocrisy

Part 2 is here, The Pelletier Crisis by Peter Dauphin.

Georges Schoeters

Georges Schoeters

And all of this emerges from a visit by Fidel Castro to Montreal in 1959, following a successful military campaign in Cuba aided by the son of a WWII Canadian General, who is later linked to the Communist UN. General McNaughton had been so close to MacKenzie-King (the latter a protégé of the same Rockefellers who co-financed the mass-slaughter of the Russian people by the Bolshevik Jews in 1917) that King wanted to make General McNaughton the first Canadian-born Governor General of Canada.

I repeat, the son of a WWII Canadian General, supplied arms to Fidel Castro, resulting in the Communist overthrow of Cuba.

Castro then set up the Communist FLQ terrorists to aid in the overthrow of Canada.

The Red Terror in Canada gave the more elite moles a pretext to propose a “non-violent” “political,” “democratic,” “solution” to the terror (misportrayed as an ethnic war between the French Canadians and the “rest of Canada”), by instructing René Lévesque to set up the (Communist) Parti Québécois to run referendums to dismantle Canada. I’ll go into this particular background in a separate post on “The Secret Committee of Power”, from a book by “former” Marxist-Leninist leader, Jean-François Lisée.

It all appears to be a very tightly knit family: the mob, the Liberals, terrorism, politics, Soviet moles, lawyers both criminal and constitutional, and Soviet Communism.

 

The Daughter of a Canadian Major in WWII was an FLQ Terrorist who gave Explosives to a Communist-influenced Black Liberation Front to Blow up the Statue of Liberty

Pierre Bourgault (RIN)

Pierre Bourgault (RIN)

 

 
 

Michèle Duclos (under arrest)

Michèle Duclos (under arrest)

Michèle Duclos also was personal secretary to Pierre Bourgault, the leader of the far-left Rassemblement pour l’Indépendance (RIN).

The exploits of Michèle Duclos, the RIN, the Black Liberation Front and the F.L.Q. are described in Chapter 7 (Le F.L.Q. et les Noirs américains) [“The FLQ and the American Blacks”] of Louis Fournier’s 1982 book, F.L.Q. Histoire d’un mouvement clandestin [F.L.Q. History of an Underground Movement].
 

Fournier is a journalist specialized in Quebec trade-unionism (“journaliste spécialisé dans le syndicalisme québécois“). Quebec trade-unionism is on the left. Mr. Fournier is also apparently on the left; but he is also a trained research journalist with degrees from the French University of Montreal and from Strasbourg University in France. Therefore, some of his information is useful.

Mr. Fournier’s partisanship is evident at the time of the October Crisis (during the kidnapping of British Trade Commissioner James Cross and Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Laporte). Fournier, then a journalist with radio station CKAC, became the first to broadcast the F.L.Q. Manifesto. His initiative got him arrested by the Police. Fournier is therefore not only a journalist, but a man in the midst of the action. He refers to the F.L.Q. terrorists as “political prisoners”.

I’ll translate a bit on Michèle Duclos from Fournier’s pages 93-95.

De 65 à 68, les grandes émeutes urbaines feront 215 morts et plus de 9 000 blessés). Le 15 février, le leader du mouvement noir radical, Malcolm X, est assassiné à Harlem lors d’un ralliement de l’Organisation pour l’unité afro-américaine. Le FBI ne serait pas étranger à ce meurtre.

From 1965-1968, the great urban riots left 215 dead and over 9,000 wounded. On February 15th [1965], the leader of the radical Black movement, Malcolm X, is assassinated in Harlem during a rally of the Organization for Afro-American Unity. The FBI would be no stranger to this murder.

C’est dans ce climat agité qu’on apprend l’existence de liens entre le F.L.Q. et un mouvement clandestin de Noirs américains, le Black Liberation Front. Le 16 février, le FBI appréhende à New York une Québécoise que la police fédérale américaine relie à un complot terroriste en vue de dynamiter des monuments historiques aux Etats-Unis, dont la célèbre statue de la Liberté. Michèle Duclos, 26 ans, est arrêtée à Manhattan où elle s’était rendue livrer de la dynamite qu’elle avait transportée en voiture depuis Montréal.

It is in this agitated climate that news emerges of the existence of links between the F.L.Q. and an underground movement of American Blacks, the Black Liberation Front. On February 16th, the FBI arrests a French-Canadian in New York whom the American federal police link to a terrorist plot to dynamite historic monuments in the USA, including the famous Statue of Liberty. Michèle Duclos, aged 26, is arrested in Manhattan, where she had gone to deliver the dynamite she had brought by car from Montreal.

Mme Duclos est une figure bien connue dans la métropole où elle a travaillé comme speakerine à la télévision. C’est la fille du major Jean Duclos du Régiment des Fusiliers Mont-Royal, un héros du débarquement des Canadiens français à Dieppe en Normandie. Militante en vue du R.I.N., elle a travaillé au secrétariat du parti durant six mois, en 1964, à titre de secrétaire personnelle de Pierre Bourgault.

Madam Duclos is a figure well known in the city (of Montreal) where she has worked as a television speaker. She is the daughter of Major Jean Duclos of the Mount-Royal Fusileers Regiment, a hero of the French-Canadian landing at DIEPPE and at Normandy. A militant with the RIN, she worked in the party’s secretariat for six months in 1964, as personal secretary to Pierre Bourgault.

A New York, le FBI épingle du même coup trois militants du Black Libération Front, Robert Collier, Walter Bowe et Khaleel Sayyed. A Montréal, la G.R.C. arrête quatre membres du R.I.N. : Michèle Saulnier, 31 ans, professeur de psycho-pédagogie à l’Ecole normale Jacques-Cartier, liée au groupe Parti Pris; Gilles Legault, un mécanicien de 31 ans militant de la première heure du R.I.N. où il est président de l’association du comté de Laurier, et deux jeunes travailleurs, Raymond Sabourin, 21 ans, employé de banque, et Jean Giroux, 20 ans, commis des Postes canadiennes. Un autre jeune militant du R.I.N., François Dorlot, étudiant en Droit à l’Université de Montréal, est détenu pour interrogatoire.

In New York, the FBI nabs three Black Liberation Front militants in a single strike, Robert Collier, Walter Bowe and Khaleel Sayyed. In Montreal, the R.C.M.P. arrest four members of the R.I.N.: Michèle Saulnier, aged 31, a teacher in psycho-education at the Ecole normale Jacques-Cartier, linked to the Parti Pris group; Gilles Legault, a mechanic aged 31 and an activist from the very beginning of the R.I.N. of whose Laurier County association he is the president; and two young workers, Raymond Sabourin aged 21, a bank employee; and Jean Giroux, aged 20, a clerk with Canada Post. Another young RIN militant, François Dorlot, a law student at the University of Montreal, is detained for questioning.

Le directeur du FBI lui-même, Edgar Hoover, annonce que le groupe sera accusé de conspiration pour dynamitage. Il révèle que le leader du Black Liberation Front, Robert Collier, a déjà séjourné à deux reprises à Cuba où il a rencontré Ernesto Che Guevara. C’est à La Havane que Collier a connu, lors d’un voyage à l’été 1964, le professeur Michèle Saulnier, qui serait son «contact» à Montréal. Il l’a revue dans la métropole à la fin de janvier 1965 alors qu’elle était en compagnie de Michèle Duclos. Celle-ci a également des relations avec des milieux officiels cubains, à Montréal et à New York, et des liens avec le F.L.N. algérien depuis qu’elle a travaillé pour l’Office national du tourisme à Alger.

The Director of the FBI himself, Edgar Hoover, announces that the group will be charged with conspiracy to dynamite. He reveals that the leader of the Black Liberation Front, Robert Collier, had already been to Cuba twice where he met Ernesto Che Guevara. It is in Havana, during a trip in the summer of 1964, that Collier met Michèle Saulnier, who would be his contact in Montreal. He saw her again in the city at the end of January 1965 when she was in the company of Michèle Duclos. The latter also had connections to official Cuban circles, in Montreal and in New York, as well as ties to the Algerian F.L.N. from the time she worked for the National Tourism Office in Algeria.

Un agent infiltré du FBI

An Infiltrated FBI Agent

C’est grâce à un agent secret infiltré au sein du Black Liberation Front, le sergent noir Raymond Wood, que le FBI a pu obtenir ces renseignements et éventer le présumé complot de dynamitage. Wood a même accompagné Collier à Montréal lors de la rencontre avec Saulnier et Duclos. Le groupe a été pris en filature par la G.R.C. à la demande du FBI. L’enquête s’est poursuivie dans la métropole sous la direction du sergent Gérard Barbeau de la G.R.C, assisté du sergent-détective Claude Désautels de l’escouade antiterroriste de Montréal. C’est ainsi que la police a remonté la filière de la fourniture d’explosifs.

It is thanks to a secret agent infiltrated into the Black Liberation Front, the Black Sergeant Raymond Wood, that the FBI was able to obtain this information and break up the presumed dynamiting conspiracy. Wood even accompanied Collier to Montreal during his meeting with Saulnier and Duclos. The group had been tailed by the RCMP at the request of the FBI. The investigation was pursued in the city under the direction of Sergeant Gérard Barbeau of the RCMP, assisted by Sergeant-Detective Claude Désautels of the Montreal anti-terrorist squad. Which is how the police had set up the tail from the explosives supplier.

En réalité, lors des audiences du comité sénatorial américain sur le terrorisme en 1973-1974, on révélera que le soi-disant complot avait été tramé à l’initiative même du FBI et que c’était un coup monté. Le policier Wood jouait le rôle d’agent provocateur. De surcroît, à la suite d’une entente FBI-G.R.C, un militant du F.L.Q. aurait été « manipulé » par la G.R.C. pour l’opération d’approvisionnement en dynamite 21.

In reality, during hearings of the American Senatorial Committee on Terrorism in 1973-74, it was revealed that the so-called plot had been framed at the initiative of the FBI itself, and that it was a staged sting. Police officer Wood played the role of agent provocateur. On top of it, further to an FBI-RCMP agreement, an FLQ militant had been “manipulated” by the RCMP for the dynamite supply operation 21

Quoi qu’il en soit, l’affaire aura un grand retentissement au Québec et aux Etats-Unis. Les trois militants noirs seront condamnés à 10 ans de prison. Quant à Michèle Duclos, elle se reconnaît coupable de contrebande d’explosifs et, par suite de cet aveu, on retire le second chef d’accusation, celui de conspiration contre la propriété fédérale des Etats-Unis. Le 16 juin, elle est condamnée à cinq ans de prison mais sa peine est révisée au bout de trois mois et commuée en sursis. Libérée après sept mois d’incarcération, interdite de séjour aux Etats-Unis et risquant sinon d’être inculpée, du moins de devoir témoigner devant les tribunaux québécois, elle part en exil. Après un séjour en France, elle ira au Liban pour travailler à la télévision de Beyrouth. Michèle Duclos ne rentrera au Québec qu’après huit ans d’exil, en février 1973. « Il n’y a aucun doute dans mon esprit que nous aurons notre indépendance », dira-t-elle à son retour.

Be that as it may, the affair had a big impact in Quebec and the United States. The three black militants will be sentenced to 10 years in prison. As for Michèle Duclos, she pleaded guilty to smuggling explosives and, on account of this, the second charge, that of conspiracy against federal property of the USA was withdrawn. On June 16th, she was sentenced to five years in prison but her punishment was revised after three months and commuted to a reprieve. Released after seven months of incarceration, banned from remaining in the USA or risk being further charged, at the least having to testify in Quebec courts, she went into exile. After a stay in France, she left for Lebanon to work in television in Beirut. Michèle Duclos would not return to Quebec until February 1973, after eight years of exile. “There is no doubt in my mind that we will have our independence”, she said upon her return.

In addition, according to Louis Fournier, there is a communist cell of the FLQ called DIEPPE.  The reason might be intriguing to know, since Lieutenant-General Andrew George Latta McNaughton and Major Jean Duclos were both instrumental at Dieppe, and both produced children who aided Communist terrorism.

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“Red” Harper?  Canada’s Fed Financing Quebec Radical Communists

Foreword:  This post was in this web site, but has disappeared. I still have it in my backup site in localhost, so I’m putting it up again.  Exclusive English translation for “No Snow In Moscow”:


Original French Title: “PARTI COMMUNISTE” [COMMUNIST PARTY] by Éric Duhaime

Source: http://blogues.canoe.ca/ericduhaime/general/party-communiste/
Original publication and date: Le Journal de Québec, 15 August 2011

A mega-gathering of the radical left will be held this weekend in St-Alphonse-de-Rodriguez, in Lanaudière [Quebec, Canada]. The “17th Alternative Days 2011” presents a shocking program of events.

On the menu, presentations by our local Left, from new president of the CSN, Louis Roy, to the leader of “Project Montreal”, Richard Bergeron, by way of New Democratic [NDP] Neo-MP, Alexander Boulerice, not to forget the representatives of United Quebec, the FTQ and other labour unions.

AS IN CUBA?

What is shocking about this conference on “human rights” is the presence of Leonel Gonzales, coordinator of international relations for the Parliament of Cuba, and Theresita Sotolongo Vicente, Cuba’s Ambassador to Canada.

Guest speaker Gonzalez is former Director of the Workers Central of Cuba, a puppet organization which holds the monopoly over representation of Cuban workers.

Cuba does not recognize the right to collective bargaining, nor to strike. Movements of the self-employed are illegal. The true union leaders are thrown into prison, persecuted, or worse, confined in secret.

Rather than reporting these excesses, the Quebec Left invites the autocrats of the regime to join them in denouncing capitalism, and to sing the communist International under the supervision of Castro’s representative in Canada.

THREE CHEERS FOR CHAVEZ?

That’s not all. The Leftist activists will also listen to Noel Marquez of the Council of Social Movements of ALBA, an organization created by Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro to broadcast their death-to-liberty ideology in Latin America, and which maintains links with terrorist Marxist groups such as FARC and the Shining Path.
"Democratic Partners"A journalist-student of the Prince Arthur Herald of McGill University moreover revealed last week that the Bolivarian Society of Quebec, a local branch of sympathizers with dictators, holds its regular meetings at the CSN in Montreal.

With their communist comrades, our union activists shut their eyes to abuses of the rights of workers.

I am not alone in denouncing Cuban and Venezuelan anti-trade-unionism; so does the Confederation of International Trade Unions (CSI) of which the CSN is however a member!

CUT, PLEASE!!!

This gathering of communists and of devils’ advocates for the worst dictatorships is organized by International Alternatives, the same organism which financed the Canadian ship for Gaza which never left the Greek islands.

Another workshop of the weekend is called “Against Harper”. If they were consistent, our Leftist friends would also denounce the “subsidies of Harper”.

In recent years, the Federal Government [of Canada] has contributed over 5 million dollars to “Alternatives” under the rubric of — hang onto your seats — “democratic partners”. The Quebec Governement added 1.8 million dollars. And that’s without counting projects currently underway which are costing the Federal Government $769,828 and the Quebec Government $541,340.

And thus our taxes are squandered to fight our democratic and union rights.

Unionized workers, how do you feel about your obligatory union dues being spent to bring in representatives of the torturers of Latin-american trade unionists?

We knew the Quebec Left was against freedom of association for workers. When it participates in circuses like this one organized by “Alternatives”, we must admit that it is against freedom, period.

Éric Duhaime
http://blogues.canoe.ca/ericduhaime/general/party-communiste/
Got the following message from Archive.org re this French post:  “This URL has been excluded from the Wayback Machine.”
It’s therefore doubly fortunate that I saved the whole French text in 2011.  See below.

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TEXT OF FRENCH ORIGINAL:

Un méga-rassemblement de la gauche radicale se tiendra ce week-end à St-Alphonse-de-Rodriguez, dans Lanaudière. Les 17e journées alternatives 2011 proposent une programmation qui étonne.

Au menu, des intervention de notre gauche locale, du nouveau président de la CSN, Louis Roy, au chef de Projet Montréal, Richard Bergeron, en passant par le néo-député néo-démocrate Alexandre Boulerice, sans oublier les représentants de Québec solidaire, de la FTQ et des autres syndicats.

COMME À CUBA?

Ce qui choque dans cette conférence sur les droits de la personne, c’est la présence de Leonel Gonzales, coordonnateur des relations internationales du parlement de Cuba et de Theresita Sotolongo Vicente, ambassadrice de Cuba au Canada.

Le conférencier Gonzalez est l’ancien directeur de la Centrale des travailleurs de Cuba, organisation fantoche qui détient le monopole de représentation des travailleurs cubains.

Cuba ne reconnait pas le droit aux négociations collectives, ni à la grève. Les mouvements de travailleurs indépendants sont illégaux. Les vrais leaders syndicaux sont jetés en prison, persécutés ou, au mieux, confinés à la clandestinité.

Plutôt que de dénoncer ces excès, la gauche québécoise invite des autocrates du régime pour dénoncer, avec eux, le capitalisme et chanter l’international communiste, sous la tutelle de la représentante de Castro au Canada.

VIVE CHAVEZ?

Ce n’est pas tout. Les activistes gauchistes écouteront aussi Noel Marquez du Conseil des mouvements sociaux de l’ALBA, une organisation créée par Hugo Chavez et Fidel Castro pour diffuser leur idéologie liberticide en Amérique latine, qui entretient des liens avec des groupes terroristes marxistes comme les FARC ou le Sentier Lumineux.

Un journaliste-étudiant du Prince Arthur Herald de l’Université McGill révélait d’ailleurs la semaine dernière que la Société bolivarienne du Québec, une antenne locale des sympathisants de ces dictateurs, tient ses réunions à la permanence de la CSN à Montréal.

Avec les camarades communistes, nos syndicalistes ferment les yeux sur les abus des droits des travailleurs.
C’est pas juste moi qui dénonce l’anti-syndicalisme cubain et vénézuélien mais aussi la Confédération syndicale internationale (CSI) dont est pourtant membre… la CSN!

COUPEZ SVP!!!

Ce rassemblement de communistes et de suppôts des pires dictatures est organisé par Alternatives Internationales, même organisme qui finançait cet été le bateau canadien pour Gaza qui n’a jamais quitté les îles grecques.

Un autre atelier du week-end s’intitule « Contre Harper ». S’ils étaient conséquents pour deux cents, nos amis gauchistes s’élèveraient aussi contre les subventions d’Harper.

Le gouvernement fédéral a versé, ces dernières années, plus de 5 millions $ à Alternatives à titre de, tenez-vous bien, « partenaire démocratique ». Le gouvernement québécois ajoutait 1,8 millions $. Sans compter les projets présentement en cours qui s’élèvent à 769,828$ avec le fédéral et 541,340$ avec Québec.

Notre argent dilapidée à combattre nos droits démocratiques et syndicaux.

Comment trouvez-vous ça, travailleurs syndiqués, de payer des cotisations obligatoires pour inviter les représentants des tortionnaires d’organisations syndicales latino-américaines?

On savait la gauche québécoise contre la liberté d’association des travailleurs. Lorsqu’elle participe à des cirques comme celui d’Alternatives, on doit constater qu’elle est contre la liberté tout court.

KM/HCC 1 September 2011