Communist Guy Bertrand’s New Plan to Smash Quebec into Communist Regions (Part I)

Part I

My exclusive English translation of Quand nous serons vraiment chez nous, the 1972 manifesto of the Parti Québécois for a Communist state of Quebec, is almost complete. Only about 10% remains to be done; it has been drafted, and needs to be polished. Please visit the sidebar to read the English version of this hidden Communist plan to use Quebec to dismantle Canada by taking the powers out of Parliament for use by the new Communist country of Quebec.

A young Guy Bertrand, candidate for the Communist Parti Québécois

A young Guy Bertrand, candidate for the Communist Parti Québécois

It is also very important, before you read the manifesto, to read the CBC Radio Roundtable of the same year, 1972, discussing the manifesto. This makes it absolutely clear, from the criticisms brought by professional employers and business people, that the PQ manifesto is Communist, on the model of a Soviet satellite in Eastern Europe. Then read the manifesto.

Obviously, people who have been pretending to be “separatists” are not separatists at all, they are Communists. If we look up the background of René Lévesque, for example, it’s obvious that he is a Communist. He was known to be a Communist at the time he first ran for election, and for that reason, he had a hard time getting in.

However, other people have been portrayed as “separatists” or as “federalists” over the years, who really are Communists. Language has been abused in order to shield them, and to obscure the fact that they are not “opposed” to each other, but are working together from seemingly opposite vantage points. It’s a bit like the dunking you might get at a birthday party. Someone grabs your feet, someone grabs your shoulders, and while you are helpless, they rush to the water’s edge and toss you in.

Founding of the Communist Parti Québécois with René Lévesque and Guy Bertrand. Bertrand is in the middle, right behind the sign. Lévesque is to his left, which is right in the photo.

Founding of the Communist Parti Québécois with René Lévesque and Guy Bertrand. Bertrand is in the middle, right behind the sign. Lévesque is to his left, which is right in the photo.

Communists have grabbed the feet and the shoulders of the country, and are rushing to toss it into the new regional pool. They are all after the same thing: dismantling Canada, dismantling the Provinces, dismantling the Territories, destroying the Provincial and Territorial Legislatures and the last vestige of the Parliament, for a regionalized, Sovietized, continental, multicultural regional union that has nothing to do with the British North America Act of 1867, and will end in the full recolonization of Canada and the destruction of its Founding Peoples.

Quebec City lawyer, Guy Bertrand, who has been infamous with his “separatist/federalist” flip-flops, pretending in 1995 that he had “changed sides” to defend Canada against the 1995 referendum in Quebec, is neither “federalist” nor “separatist” but Communist. This is clear because he is a co-founding member of the Communist Parti Québécois with René Lévesque (see the photo above with Bertrand right behind the sign at the moment of founding the Communist Parti Québécois). He ran for the leadership of the Communist Parti Québécois in 1985. You can match the face to his portrait on the red, white and blue election poster, scanned above.

I also know for a fact that Bertrand’s 1995 “law suit” is a farce and a fraud. It was part of a tactic, together with the Communist-controlled Parti Québécois, and their aiders, abettors and allies at the federal level, in order to manipulate the appearance of “law” to entitle Quebec to international state recognition after an expected “Yes”.

Quebec City lawyer, and veiled Communist, Guy Bertrand

Quebec City lawyer, and veiled Communist, Guy Bertrand

I have studied Guy Bertrand’s so-called law suit1 in depth. One of the judges used in that fraud is a man who actively participated behind the scenes in the first major stage of the final overthrow of Canada — the fraud of the so-called “patriation” of 1982, which was not a patriation, but a constitutional and parliamentary coup d’état. I’m referring to Quebec Superior Court judge Robert Lesage who took part in the Canadian Bar Association’s criminally seditious “Committee on the Constitution” from 1976-1979, financed largely by a tax-free foundation, and stage-managed by Rhodes Scholar and future judge of the post-coup Supreme Court of Canada, Gérard Vincent La Forest.

You’ll find the name Robert Lesage, Q.C. (Quebec), cited by La Forest in the article penned by Rhodes Scholar La Forest describing the work of that committee for the September 1979 issue of the Canadian Bar Review. (See the footnote at page 494.) The Committee’s project was called “Towards A New Canada“. La Forest’s article in Volume 57 of the Canadian Bar Review, (journal of the non-governmental Canadian Bar Association), was entitled “Towards A New Canada: The Canadian Bar Association’s Report on the Constitution“. You can also read it online at the web site of the Canadian Bar Association if you have a university library account.

The fact that the patriation was indeed a coup d’état is admitted in his own words by a chief architect and adviser to the coup executive, Barry Lee Strayer, in a pair of lectures he delivered to a College of Law within months after the 1982 coup d’état. You can read those lectures online, with my introductory comments: Patriation and Legitimacy of the Canadian Constitution. And it was a coup d’état of the Left, all linked to the Communist world-government crowd at the Socialist International (SI), including the New Democratic Party of Canada (NDP) which has held executive positions in the Red, Red, Socialist International. If you search this present web site, you will also find information on the Socialist International, and the ties to it of the Parti Québécois. I have in particular translated an article on the subject by Philippe Poulin, “Attempt of the Parti Québécois to Join the Socialist International,” on which I will one day post a few comments. And you will find at this present web site René Lévesque’s 1982 letter to the Socialist International, seeking entrance of the Parti Québécois.

With respect to Bertrand’s phony “law suit” in 1995, without going into all the fine details: in Quebec, under the Code of Civil Procedure, whoever wants to institute a law suit must comply with strict fundamentals. The first fundamental is called “interest“. You must have a real, existing, personal “sufficient interest” in the point which you are raising before a court in Quebec. At Title III, “Rules Applicable to All Actions”, Chapter I, “Actions, Parties to Actions and Attorneys,” (in French: Titre III, Règles Applicables À Toutes Les Demandes En Justice, Chapitre I, De L’action, Des Parties, Des Procureurs), you will read:

55. Celui qui forme une demande en justice, soit pour obtenir la sanction d’un droit méconnu, menacé ou dénié, soit pour faire autrement prononcer sur l’existence d’une situation juridique, doit y avoir un intérêt suffisant.

55. Whoever brings an action at law, whether for the enforcement of a right which is not recognized or is jeopardized or denied, or otherwise to obtain a pronouncement upon the existence of a legal situation, must have a sufficient interest therein.

1965 (1re sess.), c. 80, a. 55.

1965 (1st sess.), c. 80, a. 55.

If you don’t meet that legal requirement of “sufficient interest“, you therefore do not have a “law suit”. Your documents, which you have filed into court, regardless that you paid for a court stamp, regardless that they have all been rubber-stamped at various desks, regardless that a bailiff may have claimed to “serve” it (there is no “legal service”, either, where there is no legal “interest”), regardless that a name or citation is given to the file in official courthouse records, it remains nothing but a file folder full of documents. It has never become a “law suit” in the legal sense, and therefore can never attract the jurisdiction of the court to deal with it, because you have no personal, immediate and existing “interest”. There is plenty of case law in the library to explain what “sufficient interest” means in Quebec law. Ask a reference librarian for the annotated volumes on Code of Civil Procedure/Code de procédure civile.

Guy Bertrand and André Joli-Coeur in the 1996-1998 Quebec Secession Scam at the unconstitutional non-judicial, section 53 advisory board of the post-1982 coup Supreme Court of Canada

Guy Bertrand and André Joli-Coeur in the 1996-1998 Quebec Secession Scam at the unconstitutional non-judicial, section 53 advisory board of the post-1982 coup Supreme Court of Canada

A thorough analysis of Mr. Bertrand’s 1995 file indicates he has no “interest”. Therefore, the also spurious “judgments” of Robert Lesage, and of Judge Robert Pidgeon in that file, are legally non-existent because they never had jurisdiction in the absence of “legal interest” — meaning “sufficient interest” — by Mr. Bertrand.

After that, the file, which attained a surreal existence entirely from media coverage, becomes very tactical on many levels, and I won’t get into it, because I will be pleading at court to throw it out, as part of the network of subversion behind the phony 1998 “Secession” Reference. Bertrand’s scamming in this file, with his fellow Communists running the Parti Québécois at the time of the 1995 referendum, plowed a direct path to the phony 1998 “Supreme Court of Canada” Quebec “Secession” Reference and its “unwritten principles” compelling Canada to negotiate its own dismantling with the Quebec Communists. (I will also be throwing out the phony Clarity Act, which is based on the phony “unwritten principles” when I get to court. And, yes, you can still do it even though the courts have been hijacked under the 1982 coup d’état.)

Mr. Justice Gérard Vincent La Forest -- another of the 1982 coup plotters who got himself a high judicial job under the "new" constitution he himself helped to impose on Canada.

Mr. Justice Gérard Vincent La Forest — another of the 1982 coup plotters who got himself a high judicial job under the “new” constitution he himself helped to impose on Canada.

As to Mr. La Forest and the CBA committee’s “Towards A New Canada” of 1979, there is no legal authorization in the lawful British North America Act of 1867 to replace Confederation with any other entity, including one so vaguely referred to as “A New Canada”, and obviously meaning Communism.

In addition, the La Forest-CBA project of “A New Canada” was intended to “constitutionalize” (impose) multiculturalism  as Canada’s “New Constitution”. Multiculturalism is Soviet-Zionist, not British North American, and manifestly not “Canadian”. It is the hijacking of Canada by the “New World Order” for ends opposed to Confederation. It destroys the self-government of the Founding Peoples of Canada, established for them permanently in 1867. If you are interested in the true constitution and the rights of the Canadian Founding Peoples, you may wish to visit the web site of the Alliance of the Founding Peoples of Canada / Alliance des peuples fondateurs du Canada, and subscribe.

Said Mr. La Forest in the September 1979 Canadian Bar Review at p. 500 of his article, “Towards A New Canada“:

For other language and ethnic groups far less can be done as a practical matter, but the Committee felt that in addition to the preambular statement on multiculturalism, the constitution should explicitly recognize the right of the federal and provincial legisla­tures to assist these groups in promoting their languages and cultures.

Why would a lawyer who is attempting to influence the draft of a new imposed constitution say that?

Precisely because he knows very well that Canada belongs to the Founding Peoples of the country for whom the Provinces were created in which they were the local majorities at the time, and should still be today. Canada is legally an ethnic federation. Whether the United States of America is also legally an ethnic federation, I couldn’t tell you; but Canada is, and that is the basis of our rights, because the purpose of Confederation was to preserve us and our cultures for all time. That fact is all over the Hansard (Debates on Confederation of 1865) and the other relevant history of the British North America Act.

Now, the local or Provincial Legislatures are legal jurisdictions belonging principally to the ethnic majorities who obtained them at the time of Confederation. The purpose of these legal jurisdictions is the preservation, promotion and self-government of each of the Founding Peoples, without undue external interference, i.e., from other cultures and ethnicities. That was the whole point in 1867.

Lawful immigration can therefore only be assimilative of the immigrants; it cannot be used the other way around, to assimilate the Founding Peoples into a new multicultural system.

The constitutionally lawful use of these legislative and governmental jurisdictions can therefore only pursue the preservation and self-government of the Founding Peoples. Rhodes Scholar Gérard Vincent La Forest and his CBA “coup committee” therefore knew  that “copying and pasting” the constitutional structure of Confederation into the upcoming “New” constitution would not alter these legal jurisdictions and their purposes. It would alter their constitutional sovereignty and change their character, and subject the Founding Peoples to the “government of judges” under the “new” Charter, but it would not authorize any legislature or government in Canada to govern for the sake of the preservation and promotion of other peoples; in particular 200+ foreign races and their cultures whom these Reds planned then to mass-immigrate; and whom they have indeed mass-immigrated.

Those words required by La Forest were never added to the “New” constitution of 1982. Why they failed to stuff them in at the time of the phony “patriation,” I don’t yet know. But they did fail. There is therefore neither “preambular statement” nor “explicit recognition” of “the right” (“right” means constitutional power) of the federal and provincial legisla­tures to “assist” mass-immigrated groups of hundreds of other races in promoting their languages and cultures.

Foreigners have no “Confederation” here. If they can be assimilated, they must be assimilated, or there is no place for them. Quebec and a few outlying areas in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia is all that remains of New France. Quebec — all of it, not just a corner in the Gaspé — belongs principally to the French-Canadians; secondarily to the other Founding Peoples who were a minority in Lower Canada (Quebec) in 1867.

Confederation belongs to the Founding Peoples for our benefit. This is the only country we have; these mass immigrants already have countries elsewhere. Moreover, they outnumber us, in some cases more than a million to one, in those countries. They are not endangered species; we are. The Founding Peoples of Canada have no obligation to destroy ourselves, our country, our culture, our Constitution, our Parliament, our Legislatures, and our respective unique institutions of 1867, to serve other people and other purposes.

As a consequence of the complete lack of express language in the “new” 1982 coup constitution to such effect, meaning the complete absence of either a “preambular statement” or any words to authorize all the various provincial and federal “departments” or “ministries” to cater to the mass-immigrated newcomers, and to “multiculturalism” and to “interculturalism,” their doing so is “unlawful” under the coup constitution. And it could never be lawfully done under the British North America Act, 1867. The BNA Act was and still remains Canada’s only lawful Constitution, for whose true Parliament and Legislatures the proper writs have not been issued in many a year.

Brian Mulroney, signer with veiled Communist and Rockefeller mouthpiece, Red Ronald Reagan) of NAFTA (the latter being a stage toward North American Soviet regional union), once appeared on TV and ripped up the “constitution of Canada”. Well, he can rip up his 1988 so-called “Canadian Multiculturalism Act”2, which is a fraud and VOID because there is nothing in the constitution — either in the coup constitution or in The Real Constitution, on which to pin it. Notably, there is no express power to pass it, as it undermines and destroys the rights of the Founding Peoples of Confederation.

The true Constitution needs to be restored in order to restore lawful self-government of the Founding Peoples of Canada to whom the Provinces and the Parliament legally belong.

Bertrand’s Regionalized Red Republic of Quebec

I got off on a tangent — albeit an interesting one — with respect to coup conspirator, Robert Lesage. Now, back to Guy Bertrand and his plan to convert Quebec to a Communist-style regionalized federal republic.

Guy Bertrand's "Liberté-Nation" Project for a Regionalized Federal Quebec

Guy Bertrand’s “Liberté-Nation” Project for a Regionalized Federal Quebec

On Monday, 8 April 2014, Guy Bertrand published a “New Edition” of his French book entitled Projet Liberté-Nation, subtitled: “Plan d’affaires pour réaliser l’indépendance du Québec tout en conservant notre part du Canada“. Translation: Liberty-Nation Project, Business Plan to Achieve the Independence of Quebec while Conserving our Share of Canada.

At first glance, therefore, it reeks of the same old “Sovereignty Association” (1980 referendum) and “Sovereignty Partnership” (1995 referendum), whose object was to flypaper Canada into a Communist regional union by “association”.

Now, the word is not “partnership” or “association” but “conserving our share of Canada“. The Reds are still trying to attach a Communist Quebec to the unconscious and snoring “rest of Canada”.

I’ve translated the book cover (next, below) so you can get the gist of what Communist Guy Bertrand of the Parti Québécois and the 1995 referendum, is up to, now.

Guy Bertrand's Liberty-Nation Project, Business Plan to Achieve the Independence of Quebec while Conserving our Share of Canada

Guy Bertrand’s Liberty-Nation Project, Business Plan to Achieve the Independence of Quebec while Conserving our Share of Canada

Maître GUY BERTRAND
PRESENTS
The Liberty-Nation Project

To make Quebec independent is
to make a part of Canada
independent

Then, in the sidebar of the book is a MAP of a subdivided Quebec, entitled:
 

APPEAL TO THE REGIONS
Invitation to the regions
to a changing of the guard
from the provincial

 
The footer over the map says: Heading towards regional federated states in a Republic. The book’s contents are in point form under the map:

  • Study of needs and expediency
  • Market study and impacts
  • Feasibility study
  • Strategic marketing and communications plan
  • Scale model of the country of Quebec
  • Action plan

A) Regions
B) Liberal Party of Quebec
C) Parti Québécois

The title on the top of the picture of the Quebec Provincial Legislature is the subtitle of the book: “Business plan to achieve the independence of Quebec while conserving our share of Canada”. The caption below the Legislature reveals the well-worn tactic of labeling the Reds as being merely “independentists”, i.e. “separatists”. It reads:

The independence of Quebec requires a strong consensus among the population. History clearly demonstrates that the independentists will never be a sufficient majority of the population to make a country of Quebec.

In other words, even when they stuff the ballot boxes, they can’t win.

By that, I mean: the 1995 referendum may well have been rigged. Up to a quarter million phony identities of “new citizen” immigrants are alleged to have been flooded onto the Quebec electoral roles in the handful of years leading to the 1995 referendum.

Certain Quebec election workers in the office of the Director General of Quebec Elections insist that “a file exists” at the DGQE which documents the fact that a couple of hundred thousand “voters” who had registered for the 1995 referendum… had evaporated into thin air when the roles were updated two years later for the next provincial election!

These workers in the DGQE, and other sincere French-Canadians, presumed that the federal government of Canada, which had supplied the identities of these “new citizens” to the DGQE, had used them to register a couple of hundred thousand “NO” votes to “save” Canada.

A “secret committee” of Communist cabinet ministers from Quebec in the federal government of Soviet Agent Lester Bowles Pearson, met Friday nights in 1967 at Power Corporation in Montreal. It was they who conceived the Parti Québécois and appointed Lévesque to organize and lead it.

A “secret committee” of Communist cabinet ministers from Quebec in the federal government of Soviet Agent Lester Bowles Pearson, met Friday nights in 1967 at Power Corporation in Montreal. It was they who conceived the Parti Québécois and appointed Lévesque to organize and lead it.

What these people do not realize is that a “secret committee” of the Communist-infested federal Liberals, in the reign of Soviet agent Lester Bowles Pearson (Prime Minister in 1967), met on Friday nights in downtown Montreal on the business premises of Power Corporation of Canada. That secret committee created the Parti Québécois. They instructed René Lévesque to set it up as a coalition of the left and the far left, while calling it “moderate”, and lead it so that the federal level could “fight it”… in a referendum.

The CEO’s of Power Corporation sit on the Board and Senate of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs (CIIA), now called “Open Canada” in honor of billionaire George Soros who finances revolutions, Communism, and his Open Society Institute (meaning no more national borders). The CIIA used to brief the Reds recruited into Canada’s federal civil service and External Affairs Department by Soviet Agent Oscar D. Skelton. Among Skelton’s early recruits was Lester Bowles Pearson, who at one point became the president of the CIIA.

The CIIA, as a branch of the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London (headquarters of the international bankers behind the U.N. and world government), and as the Secretariat of the Institute of Pacific Relations (led by Communists taking instructions from the Kremlin and created by the Council on Foreign Relations in the USA) — used to brief Soviet Agent Oscar D. Skelton’s Red recruits into Canada’s External Affairs and Civil Service. Among Skelton’s early recruits was Lester Bowles Pearson, who at one point became the president of the CIIA.

It is the Reds up top, Pearson, Trudeau, Marchand, Maurice Sauvé and many unnamed others, who are behind the Communist Parti Québécois. They have been using it as a pretext to Communize Canada by “negotiation” to “save” “Canadian unity” after a “YES” in a referendum.

Therefore, if the ballots were stuffed (electronically, for example) in the 1995 referendum, they were stuffed by the Red Fed … with “YES” votes. Not with “NO” votes.

It is alleged that the election workers who discovered the “vaporized” quarter-million 1995 “voters” were eventually required to sign promises of secrecy, and were re-assigned to other departments.

Now, back to Bertrand’s book. The cover continues with the following text in two columns:

The strategy aiming to convert the federalists to indepen­den­t­ists to obtain a majority vote in favor of independence has to this day not given the expected results and must be abandoned. The referendum approach preferred in 1980 and in 1995 has divided the Québécois into two opposed clans rather than uniting them in a common project. The effort for Quebec in­dependence unfortunately can be summed up by a debate in the course of which the independentists try to impose their needs and their solutions upon the federalists. However, the independence of Quebec must at one and the same time meet the needs of the independentists and the federalists, which is to say, those of all the Québécois.

This reconciliation of needs is not based on a series of compromises, but on the recognition of Québec for what it really is for each of us.

When I assert that “to make Quebec independent is to make a part of Canada independent“, I recognize that the independence of Quebec is not limited to the independence of a Canadian province and its separation from Canada, but to the independence of our part of Canada with all that this implies for our own identity.

In short, the independence of Quebec does not consist in oblit-erating all Canadian character from Quebec, as one bleaches a garment in javel water.

The footer of the book cover, in white text on a blue ground, says:

“The final effort to save the French language in America.”

René Lévesque's Communist Compromise: restructure all of Canada for French-Canadian "economic, <b>ethnic</b>, linguistic, aspirations

René Lévesque’s Communist Compromise: restructure all of Canada for French-Canadian “economic, ethnic, linguistic, aspirations

Let’s put that appeal to a “final effort” in historical context and see how the pretext for Quebec “sovereignty” has been changed over time. On 10 November 1964 in an old black & white film clip, Communist René Lévesque — who was then a minister in the Quebec Liberal government of Jean Lesage (that had been furiously working on a Communist Plan to run Quebec since 1961) — called to “fundamentally restructure” all of Canada. During the interview, an obviously leftist and partisan CBC journalist prompted Lévesque:

“The current Canada is much too centralized, does not take account of the economic, ethnic, linguistic aspirations of French Canada.”

To which Lévesque replies:

“One can say that, yes. To simplify and to keep it short,
it’s pretty much like that; I believe.”

A second journalist interjects:

“There is a middle-of-the-road solution for Quebec, what shall it be?”

That’s the punch line Lévesque has been waiting for. He says:

“A – a renewal – a restructuring, if you like, of the federation, of the Canadian Confederation.”

That “middle-of-the-road solution” is really Communism. For obvious reasons, they never use that word, or the word “dismantling”. It’s always “renewal”, as if they are just “improving” it. But what they are doing is destroying Canada.

They want to remove not only the national border, but the provincial internal borders. They are changing the population by mass immigration, which affects the internal borders by blotting out the original Canadian Founding ethnicities federalized by these borders, and which these borders signify. In effect, they are eradicating the lawful Constitution by attrition — unless the Founding Peoples wake up and fight back.

By 2014, when Bertrand is publishing the “New Edition” of his “Liberty-Nation Project“, Quebec has been the dumping off point for over 200 foreign races speaking over 135 foreign languages at home and on the streets. One small immigrant child told her father, “Canada’s not a country, it’s a refugee camp“.

Communist Bertrand, an ideological heir and successor of Lévesque, is now trying to save, not the “economic, ethnic, linguistic aspirations of French Canada (meaning the French Canadians). Now he is trying to save the “French language in America”.

In the early era of the Communist attack on Quebec, the effort was supposedly to “save” the French Canadians themselves “from” Canada. Save them, their ethnicity, their culture, and their language. Much of their culture derived from their Catholic roots. However, in the mid-1960s in Quebec, the Reds eliminated the constitutionally mandated Catholic and Protestant public schools, also called “separate schools”. This paved the way for mass immigration of hundreds of foreign races of all religious beliefs. Essentially, you can teach anyone to speak French, but the authentic culture of the French Canadians had its rug pulled by Rhodes Scholars working with the left for Communist world government.

Thus, the order of the day is to force all these foreigners to speak 200+ kinds of pidgin French, while distracting everyone from the fact that Communists — above and below — are dismantling Canada.

As long as everyone speaks French, the Reds can still pretend Quebec is a “distinct society” (although not because it’s French Canadian) for the purpose of “international state recognition”, and “secede” to force the “rest of Canada” to “restructure itself” into the top half of the Communist regional union: the North American Soviet Union, under construction in North America for decades. However, it is lagging behind Mikhail Gorbachev’s slowly restructured New European Soviet.

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1 Bertrand c. Québec (Procureur général), filed 11 August 1995 (S.C. 200 05-002117-955) (1995), 127 D.L.R. (4th) 408, (sub nom. Bertrand c. Bégin) [1995] R.J.Q. 2500, 1995 CarswellQue 131 (Que. S.c (4th) 408, (sub nom. Bertrand c. Bégin) [1995] R.J.Q. 2500, 1995 CarswellQue 131 (Que. S.C.)

2 Canadian Multiculturalism Act ( 1985, c. 24 (4th Supp.))

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The Real Pierre Elliott Trudeau — A Child’s View, in Retrospect

The Real Pierre Elliott Trudeau - A Child's View in RetrospectForeword:

The cartoon-girl is supposed to be me, but actually, I had curly hair. I just couldn’t draw curls in Windows Paint to save my life. And if my grandmother had seen that short red dress, she’d have been letting the hem down overnight and sneak it back into my closet before the morning. But the house and the school are kinda cute, very close to the real things where I grew up and where

I studied for the first seven years of school at Saint Augustine’s of Canterbury. The school was right next door to our Catholic church of the same name, whose bells could be heard ten blocks away in bed, every Sunday morning.

I wrote the script and drew the initial cartoon slides in 2011, intending to make a video. Then my Dell D600 hard drive crashed.

I have learned the hard way not to entrust my hard drives to repair technicians. They have an unfortunate habit of deleting the contents. (Especially when I pay them using my bank card, which is being traced.)

I therefore had to learn (a) to repair my own D600 with second-hand spare parts and “How To” videos from YouTube, (b) instal Windows XP Pro SP3, (c) configure all my own programs, and finally, (d) use various kinds of recovery software to rescue my files from crashed hard drives.

It took me until late in 2013 to recover the drive that crashed in 2011. Among the treasures that I dredged back up was this old, incomplete animated video, a Child’s View of Trudeau.

Only two minutes of the video had been finished out of the 8-10 minutes planned. It would take too long right now to finish it, so pardon me if I grab a few slides to illustrate the gist, and give you the script, below.

Animation and cartoons aside, this is a real story about The Real Pierre Elliott Trudeau — A Child’s View in Retrospect.

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The Story

When I was about 12 or 14 years old, and home from school for the afternoon, I switched on our old black and white floor-model TV, and there was Pierre Elliott Trudeau.

This would be around 1965-1967. Trudeau was not yet Prime Minister. As I was not a political kid, I couldn’t tell you what he was at the time. But, from my reading today, I would say that during that broadcast, he had probably already been recruited by Soviet spy, Prime Minister Lester Pearson, and had been or would soon be elected to Parliament as a so-called “Liberal” and enter Pearson’s cabinet.

This was on channel 6 or 12 (CBC or CTV in Montreal, Canada). We had rabbit ears and picked up only channels 2 and 10 (which were French), and 6, 12, 3 and 5 (which were English; but 3 and 5 were American, ABC and NBC).

So, I suspect that Trudeau was on channel 6 at the time, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, a national “news” and entertainment network formed by federal statute, the Canadian Broadcasting Act, 1936 and By-Laws. (In other words, looking back, this was Canada’s Pravda.)

So, there was Trudeau in a suit being interviewed. He was describing his ideal society. And, again, looking back, he must have been testing the waters; for, as he never openly discussed it again, in these terms, he must have decided that viewer response was not sufficiently favorable to openly  inflict Communism on Canada.

I know I remember this pretty well, because after the show, I quickly descended the basement stairs of our wholly-owned non-mortgaged duplex at 2264 Hingston Avenue in NDG to the old Underwood manual typewriter, and I wrote a funny story about Trudeau’s ideal society.

I called my story “CLANADA”, with an “L” in it; that’s not a typo.

However, back to Trudeau — and keep in mind, I could write this as an affidavit.

In Trudeau’s ideal society, there would be no private property. You would own nothing. You would not even own the chair you sat in to watch Mr. Trudeau on television. And obviously, you would not own the television.

Because, said Trudeau, there would be no stores. You could not buy things any more. Instead, you would go to a central warehouse run by the government where you would receive all you need, which is to say, all that government decided  you need. You would exchange a chit for this, which the government had issued.

For example, said Trudeau, in this warehouse there would be only a few models of couches, beds and chairs, and a limited assortment of pictures to put on your wall. The purpose of this limitation in style and variety was “equality”. Said Trudeau, people would be “equal” only if they all owned nothing and had the mere use of pretty much the same “things”.

Keep in mind, this is coming from a man who when he finally left the home owned by his mother, bought himself a mansion which he later fitted with an indoor swimming pool. Newspaper columnist Peter Worthington suspected the pool was at Canadian taxpayers’ expense, although it was said to have been a gift of wealthy businessmen. (If the latter is true, perhaps the wealthy capitalists were “equalizing” one of their own with themselves.) Therefore, Mr. Trudeau, his wife and his own children, did not have to mingle with the “equal” people at the low-brow community swimming pool.

pool

Mr. Trudeau certainly did not live the lifestyle he recommended for others.

One would therefore have to think that Trudeau did not consider himself “equal” to others. Apparently, in his ideal society, he would be “more equal” — as no doubt would friends of his who also lived up the hill in pool-equipped mansions, or in posh Westmount homes.

As a kid, I didn’t know what Communism was, so I really just thought Trudeau was crazy.

I snorted and chuckled with amusement as I banged out my child’s satire of the great man’s views for Canada on my grandfather’s old Underwood — which in Trudeau’s ideal world, I would not have the use of, due to abolition of inheritance, and more importantly, laws against criticizing Communism. (As a child-intellectual with all the wrong views, I’d have been quickly sent for “re-education”. But I know for sure, it wouldn’t have worked. I’d have ended up, like Vladimir Bukovsky, in lunatic asylums for penning politically incorrect views about the North American Union, and slurring the Canadian Commisars.)

The story I wrote was of Trudeau’s ideal country, where you didn’t even own the bed you slept in.

Moreover, in my story, you had to share  your bed with a neighbour, because it rolled through the wall in the morning, into the next apartment, to be slept in by someone else coming home from his shift at the workplace.

I no longer have a copy of that story, and I can’t remember any more details. But, obviously, today, I know for sure that Pierre Elliott Trudeau was a Communist. Which is to say, he merely advocated  Communism for the rest of us. (It just took Alan Stang to remind me.)

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UPDATE 26 November 2015: Researchers can now DOWNLOAD files of all chapters of the 1972 Parti Québécois Manifesto for a Communist State of Quebec, that I have translated into English to date. That is 90% of it, more than is currently posted online in html. This links expires in 5 days from 26 Nov 2015. I will try to replace it as necessary:

https://www.sendspace.com/file/31b9n3

 

More on Willy Brandt, René Lévesque and the Socialist International

René Lévesque - Attendez que je me rappelle...

In my post of January 4th, 2015, I published the first English translation of a 1982 letter of René Lévesque to the Socialist International (SI), scooped from the unpublished files of the Parti Québécois by the Fédération des Québécois de souche (FQS).

Let’s take another look at that letter.

The New American (Tuesday, 01 March 2011 15:40) in its article by Christian Gomez (“Involvement of Socialist International in 2011 Protests”), describes the origins of the Socialist International:

“Initially founded in Paris in 1889, the Second (or Socialist) International was led by Friedrich Engels — until his death in 1895 — in conjunction with other leaders. After being dissolved on the eve of the First World War, the SI, although by then committed to the ideals of Leon Trotsky*, reorganized in 1951, serving as an ally to the Soviet Union and its Warsaw Pact communist satellite republics.”

Source: http://www.thenewamerican.com/world-mainmenu-26/africa-mainmenu-27/6516-involvement-of-socialist-international-in-2011-protests

Backup @ Calameo: http://en.calameo.com/read/000747447955ecbba25a9

Friedrich Engels was a Socialist who wrote the Communist Manifesto with Karl Marx in 1848.

The New American goes on:

“During its 1962 Congress in Oslo, Norway, the Socialist International officially publicized its aims abroad, declaring, ‘The ultimate objective of the parties of the Socialist International is nothing less than world government,’ adding, “Membership of the United Nations must be made universal.”

The text of the Declaration of the Socialist International endorsed at the Council Conference held in Oslo on 2-4 June 1962, is online at the web site of the SI, itself.

Source: http://www.socialistinternational.org/viewArticle.cfm?ArticleID=2133

Backup @ Calameo: http://en.calameo.com/books/000747447c87ba69f7cac

It says:

“SOCIALISM AND WORLD PEACE

“The ultimate objective of the parties of the Socialist International is nothing less than world government. As a first step towards it, they seek to strengthen the United Nations so that it may become more and more effective as an instrument for maintaining peace.”

Again, The New American:

“Several years later, in 1976, Willy Brandt — the former Chancellor of West Germany who was forced to resign in 1974 after he was exposed as an agent of the Stasi, the KGB-backed secret police of communist East Germany — became the President of the SI, serving as its longest-running leader from 1976 to 1992….”

 

The Parti Québécois Adheres To The Goal
Of World Government:

With respect to both SI congresses, and in particular to the SI’s “1962 Congress in Oslo, Norway”, we note that René Lévesque, at page 1 of his 1982 letter to SI president Willy Brandt, requesting PQ membership in the Socialist International, specifically states, in the second to last paragraph on that page:

“… le Parti Québécois adhère sans aucune restriction aux principes énoncés dans les déclarations de Frankfort (1951) et d’Oslo (1962).”

“… the Parti Québécois adheres without any restriction to the principles enunciated in the declarations of Frankfort (1951) and Oslo (1962).”

Therefore, in 1982 when René Lévesque attempted to admit the Parti Québécois to the Socialist International, he was expressly assuring them of his support for their plan of world government.

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But this is no surprise. In his Memoirs published in 1986, René Lévesque entitles a brief sub-chapter, “I Am a Federalist”. In that sub-chapter, he explains that he is a federalist “in world terms“. Here is a compressed extract:

KEY EXCERPT: 17. I Am a Federalist [ … ]

“All of this means that on two or three absolutely essential levels, the nation-state has had its day. It must give up part of its powers and resources to an authority that would be a Security Council for humanity at large. It’s not for tomorrow, of course. But if we want to count on a tomorrow, no other solution is in sight. There, at any rate, is what I think, and what I repeat every time I get a chance, and what I’ll risk saying again here: to put an end to the massacre of innocents, to give children everywhere a minimum of equal opportunities, one cannot be anything but federalist… at least in world terms.”

The chapter section can be viewed online, English edition, as published:

“I Am a Federalist” – chapter section in the Memoirs of René Lévesque (published 1986):
http://en.calameo.com/books/000111790e51d4555c0f5

The original chapter section in French, entitled “Je Suis Fédéraliste” – being a section of a chapter in the Memoirs entitled Attendez que je me rappelle… les Mémoires de René Lévesque (also published in 1986), is online here:

http://en.calameo.com/books/0001117901d697922e1af

The pertinent extract in the French-language Mémoires reads as follows (again, compressed to the point):

“Cela signifie que, sur deux ou trois plans absolument existentiels, l’État-nation a fait son temps. Il lui faudra céder cette portion de ses pouvoirs et de ses ressources à une autorité qui soit un Conseil de Sécurité pour l’humanité tout entière. Ce n’est pas demain la veille, bien sûr. Mais si l’on veut compter sur un demain, quelle autre issue ?

Pour ma part, en tout cas, ce que je pense et que je répète à chaque occasion, et que je me risque à écrire ici : pour mettre un vrai holà au massacre des innocents, pour donner aux enfants de partout un minimum d’égalité des chances, on ne peut qu’être fédéraliste. Mondialement parlant…”

René Lévesque was not a nationalist, a sovereignist or a patriot. He was a known Communist and a globalist.

As René Lévesque asserted in his 1982 letter to Willy Brandt, attempting admission of the Parti Québécois to the Socialist International, “… the Parti Québécois adheres without any restriction to the principles enunciated in the declarations of Frankfort (1951) and Oslo (1962).”

However, the Frankfurt Declaration of 1951, at its article 5, states as follows:

“5. In many countries uncontrolled capitalism is giving place to an economy in which state intervention and collective ownership limit the scope of private capitalists. More people are coming to recognise the need for planning. Social security, free trade unionism and industrial democracy are winning ground. This development is largely a result of long years of struggle by Socialists and trade unionists. Wherever Socialism is strong, important steps have been taken towards the creation of a new social order.”

A moderator of the May 9th, 1972 radio broadcast discussing the Parti Québécois manifesto, online at CBC Archives, (transcribed and translated into English here), quoted then-President of Bell Canada, Mr. Robert Scrivener, as characterizing

“this program as ‘dangerous’, ‘unrealistic’, and who envisioned a kind of ‘Apocalypse of Business’, if ever this program, if ever one attempted to apply this program.”

While the radio hosts and others attempted to link the manifesto to Swedish-style socialism, seasoned businessman and President of the Quebec Employers’ Council, Charles Perreault, declared:

“For all practical purposes here, they are going to give to the Government the role it plays in socialist countries in Eastern Europe. They are going to centralize production, they are going to construct plans – uh – coercive plans – and for all practical purposes, as I said – uh – give to the Government total control. And one must expect that the, the, the economy will progress pretty much like that of the Poles or the Czechs or the East Germans.” (11 min. 01 sec.)

Perreault continued:

“This is clearly a coercive – uh – which ref – uh, which represents the kind of, of – of, uh – of system known in socialist countries.

But surely not, surely not (the kind one finds in) Sweden, and surely not in France, either.” (12 min. 34 sec.)

Narciso Pizarro, a Marxist sociologist interviewed in the same broadcast, and who specializes in trade-unionism, admitted that the Parti Québécois manifesto took its inspiration from “the Yugoslav model“. (2 min. 26 sec.) The former Yugoslavia, of course, was a Communist state under Marshal Tito until his death in 1980. Thus, in 1972, at the time of the Parti Québécois manifesto, the plan for Quebec is admittedly Communist.

The Parti Québécois is therefore obviously Communist.

The referendums in Quebec to “secede” are an obvious device to acquire temporary sovereignty sufficient to sign “treaties” undertaking to destroy that same sovereignty in Communist regionalism subject to world government.

That regionalism, intended to stretch horizontally, East-West, with the “rest of Canada” signing on to the “partnership”, is moreover modeled on the regionalism now unfolded in Europe. At the time of the 1980 Quebec referendum it was called the European Economic Community; at the time of the 1995 Quebec referendum, it had become the European Union. By 2001, Mikhail Gorbachev was calling it “The New European Soviet“.

Both referendums failed — despite attempts to rig the outcome — thus the regionalization of North America was pursued vertically, North-South, by means of so-called “trade” deals to incorporate Canada, the USA and Mexico into a single unit. When NAFTA stalled, 9/11 occurred, conveniently kick-starting the final leg of the forced march to North American…. Soviet Union.

Building A North American CommunityIt should be no surprise that René Lévesque himself called his plan for the re-federation of Canada with a (temporarily) sovereign Quebec both a new “Canadian Union” and a new “Canadian Community.” These designations must be familiar…. they are clearly echoed in the Council on Foreign Relations’ 2005 blueprint for “Building A North American Community,” commonly known as the North American Union. They were also based on the European Economic Community, and the European Union.

Moreover, one of the signatories to the 2005 “Building A North American Community” plan is Pierre-Marc Johnson, leader of the Parti Québécois after Lévesque, and therefore the Communist Premier of Quebec. The North American Union, modeled on the European Union — the “New European Soviet” — must therefore be Communist.

As to who really founded the Parti Québécois — because René Lévesque is just the front man — I’ll give you that in another post another day.
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* Leon Trotsky, also known as “Lev Bronstein”.

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The 7zip folder contains: (1) the AUDIO TAPE of the French CBC radio show discussing the Manifesto; (2) The Table of Contents of the Manifesto (Translated); (3) an 18-MB PDF file of the manifesto (scanned at the law library of the French University of Montreal; (4) an OCR of the manifesto.

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“The Man-Wolf” in a Political Manifesto of the Parti Québécois Calling for “A New Social Model”

The Man-Wolf in a Political Manifesto Calling for A New Social Model

A new segment of my exclusive English translation of the 1972 manifesto of the Parti Québécois for a Communist state of Quebec has been added to the Library tab. Pages 29 through 38 cover two chapters and contain some startling information for researchers into the “New World Order”.

In the chapter entitled “Toward a new social model”, the concept of “The Man-Wolf” in a political manifesto is odd enough. However, it might be a Marxist allegory, because I have seen it elsewhere, if only once in a socialist context. More odd, that metaphor is linked to a seemingly esoteric or religious idea of man as a “perfectible being”. The few paragraphs under this heading are enigmatic, and conclude with the following assertion:

Il faut extirper autant et aussi vite que possible, cette fausse idée de la liberté individuelle, qui n’aboutit en pratique qu’à la liberté du renard dans le poulailler, du fort aux dépens du faible, du gros aux dépens du petit, et qu’on reconnaît dans la plupart des refrains qui chantent les attraits les plus douteux du statu quo.”

“It is necessary to extirpate as much and as rapidly as possible, this false idea of individual liberty, which in practice is tantamount to the liberty of the fox in the hen-house, of the strong at the expense of the weak, of the large at the expense of the small, and which one recognizes in the majority of refrains which extol the most dubious attractions of the status quo.”

As we might fully expect from various stripes of Communists, personal liberty is on its way out; yet the manifesto equates the “new social model” with freedom and “fertile self-determination”.

The rather chilling spectre hovering perceptibly across these paragraphs is the implication of some kind of State-imposed and State-enforced individual and group (“community”) “evolution” in the Darwinian sense, which in my mind seems to invoke the 1946 Unesco: its purpose and its philosophy, penned by Julian Huxley, brother of Aldous (the LSD researcher and author of Brave New World, 1931), calling for some kind of worldwide controlled human “evolution” to a higher stage.

My impression of this potential link of the 1972 manifesto to the UN is underscored by the fact that the tactic of setting up the Parti Québécois emerges from the same nexus of people around Cité Libre review in the 1950s, described by Quebec historian Robert Rumilly. That group were closely affiliated with the Esprit group in France around Emmanuel Mounier and Jacques Maritaine, whose names appear in a search of the UNESCO web site. I may write more about this another day.

Also of interest are the various references to redesigned municipalities, and concerns with regions or regionalism. These might be expected in a Communist context where nations are gradually eroded toward a “world state” in which nothing would remain but cities and regions.

Read my new English segment of the 1972 Parti Québécois manifesto for a Communist State of Quebec,(Quand nous serons vraiment chez nous). These are pages 29-38, including the chapters entitled “Political organization” and “Toward a new social model.

If you read French, I’ve scanned the original 1972 manifesto and put it online here:

Quand Nous Serons Vraiment Chez Nous 1972
http://en.calameo.com/books/000747447ddd8b11af7e2

Unfortunately, Calaméo no longer allows free downloads. I’m trying to find somewhere else to provide these documents to you, free of charge.

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UPDATE: FREE DOWNLOAD now available for researchers:

Download a FREE 18-MB copy of QUAND NOUS SERONS VRAIMENT CHEZ NOUS

The 7zip folder contains: (1) the AUDIO TAPE of the French CBC radio show discussing the Manifesto; (2) The Table of Contents of the Manifesto (Translated); (3) an 18-MB PDF file of the manifesto (scanned at the law library of the French University of Montreal; (4) an OCR of the manifesto

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Exclusive English Translation of the 1972 CBC Radio Roundtable on the 1972 Parti Québécois Manifesto

Exclusive English translation of the 1972 Manifesto of the Parti Québécois for a Communist State of Québec

QUEBEC:  COMMUNIST STATE

An exclusive English translation of the French CBC Radio show discussing the 1972 manifesto of the Parti Québécois is now on the library tab: CBC Radio 1972.

This is a discussion of the Parti Québécois plan for a Communist state of Quebec, which according to the Manifesto itself will be linked to Canada, and linked to America, by treaties and other agreements.

The transcript and translation are side by side for the convenience of other researchers wishing to verify the text. A rough timeline of the broadcast is given in the left-hand column to facilitate comparison with the audio tape found online at CBC Radio-Canada Archives:

http://archives.radio-canada.ca/politique/partis_chefs_politiques/clips/6159/

The translation is available as both a Word (.doc) file and a PDF free download at Zippyshare:

Download this document (Radio show transcription / translation) as a Word (.doc) file:
http://www30.zippyshare.com/v/bXwq4Am4/file.html

Download this document (Radio show transcription / translation) as a PDF file:
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Also on the Library tab (Quand nous serons) is a 22-page segment entitled “Les objectifs économiques du Plan” – (“The Economic Objectives of the Plan”). This is Chapter 6 of the actual Parti Québécois 1972 (Communist) Manifesto, “Quand nous serons vraiment chez nous” (“When are truly at home”).

Again, this is a side-by-side translation for the convenience of other researchers. Underlined sections are points for my own research; I’ve left them, as you may find them interesting.

Highlighted text (black on silver) is subject to revision.

I recommend you read the radio transcript first.

Several other segments have been translated and will be placed online here, as soon as possible.

An accurate page-for-page scan of the 1972 complete document of the Parti Québécois manifesto, entitled “Quand nous serons vraiment chez nous” converted to PDF, can be viewed and read online:

View it now: http://en.calameo.com/books/000747447ddd8b11af7e2

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UPDATE: FREE DOWNLOAD now available for researchers:

Download a FREE 18-MB copy of QUAND NOUS SERONS VRAIMENT CHEZ NOUS

The 7zip folder contains: (1) the AUDIO TAPE of the French CBC radio show discussing the Manifesto; (2) The Table of Contents of the Manifesto (Translated); (3) an 18-MB PDF file of the manifesto (scanned at the law library of the French University of Montreal; (4) an OCR of the manifesto.

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René Lévesque’s 1982 Letter to Willy Brandt (Socialist International)

 Willy Brandt, René Lévesque

L-R: Willy Brandt, René Lévesque

The Letter

In their French article entitled “Adhésion du Parti Québécois à l’Internationale Socialiste“, the Fédération des Québécois de Souche claims credit for a literal scoop from the archives of the Parti Québécois. And that is a scan of the letter dated December 6th, 1982, sent by René Lévesque to then-President of the SI, Willy Brandt.

The letter requests full membership of the Parti Québécois in the Socialist International, deemed by sources at The New American to be an extension of the original “Communist International”. However, Canada’s New Democratic Party — currently led by Thomas Mulcair (married to his Jewish psychologist) and formerly led by the late Jack Layton — has always been a full member of the Socialist International, a status the NDP inherited from its political forebear, the CCF.

My request to the Quebec Provincial Archives for a certified copy of the original letter met the response that they do not have this particular letter. The Provincial Archive suggests that the original letter must still be with the Parti Québécois. So, this really is a scoop. Congratulations to the F.Q.S.!

I claim credit for the first English translation of it, and for its first publication in English, here. See below. Downloads are available at the very end.
 

Exclusive English translation by NoSnowinMoscow.com:

7370 St-Hubert Street
Montreal, Quebec H2R 2N3
Tel.: (514) 270-5400

Quebec, on December 6th, 1982

Mr. Willy Brandt
President of the Socialist International
88a, St John’ s Wood High street [sic]
LONDON NW8 7SJ
Great Britain

Mr. President,

Founded less than fifteen years ago, counting more than 200,000 members, well rooted in all milieux, carried to power in 1976, seeing its mandate renewed at the time of the general election of April 1981, financed solely by the individuals who compose it, the Parti Québécois has become one of the most important mass parties of the western world, especially if account is taken of the fact that Quebec counts only a little more than six million inhabitants.

Bearer of the national and progressive aspirations of the Québécois people, it intends to affirm its presence on the international scene and to multiply contacts and exchanges with political organizations of other countries which share similar objectives.

In this spirit, in accordance with the wish expressed by the delegates brought together at the national congress last February, the Parti Québécois, by the resolution of its national Executive council dated November 26th, 1982, solicits full membership of the Socialist International, this absolutely essential world gathering place of the forces of progress and freedom.

Condemning any authoritative and oppressive form of government, communist or fascist in nature, conscious also of the need to correct the abuses of capitalism while causing the rights and freedoms of the individual and the general interest of the community to prevail over those of privileged and too-powerful groups, the Parti Québécois adheres without any restriction to the principles stated in the declarations of Frankfurt (1951) and Oslo (1962).

In its official program, the Parti Québécois declares that the main objective of every social-democratic party is:

“To unceasingly increase the democratic level of a society. It is not only a question of theoretically ensuring fundamental freedoms and the maintenance of democratic institutions, but to make it so that these freedoms really can be within the reach of one and all and that these institutions are used to increase the freedom of those who are the most disadvantaged. What is required is thus the elimination of discrimination and of the inequalities in human relations, the abolition of all class privilege, growth in quality of life for the most disadvantaged people of our society and the broadest possible participation of every citizen in decisions which affect them”.

In fact, as much by its program as by the policies carried out since it came to power, our political organism is conducting an experiment at one and the same time original and promising, unique in North America, of national emancipation, of social and economic democracy, of respect for the rights of minorities and of ethnic groups.

The following initiatives in particular have been taken: a referendum on the political status of the Québécois people; radical democratization of the financing of political parties, excluding by law any participation other than that from individuals, with supplemental aid from the State; sustained efforts in order to reduce the tax burden of persons of modest income and to more equitably redistribute the collective wealth; a public and universal regime of auto insurance; extension of and new strength breathed into the public sector of the economy; measures with a view to furthering unionization and ensuring better protection for the health and safety of employees; a “Charter of the French language” aimed at ensuring equal opportunity for the vast majority of French-language Québécois workers, while recognizing and protecting the rights of the anglophone minority; decentralization of the governmental apparatus and increased participation of citizens in the administrative authorities; rigorous protection of the environment and agricultural territory; initial attempts at co-decision among the principal socioeconomic agents; and finally a Charter of rights and freedoms of the person which we believe the most progressive in America.

For all the reasons which I have just evoked, I express with confidence, Mr. President, the wish that our membership application be favorably received by your management Office.

With my best regards,

René Lévesque
President of the Parti Québécois

 

Transcription of the original French letter:

7370, rue St-Hubert
Montréal, Québec H2R 2N3
Tel. : (514) 270-5400

Québec, le 6 décembre 1982

Monsieur Willy Brandt
Président de l’Internationale Socialiste
88a, St. John’s Wood High street
LONDRES NW8 7SJ
Grande-Bretagne

Monsieur le président,

Fondé il y a moins de quinze ans, comptant plus de 200 000 membres, bien enraciné dans tous les milieux, porté au pouvoir en 1976, voyant son mandant renouvelé lors du scrutin général d’avril 1981, financé uniquement par les individus qui le composent, le Parti Québécois est devenu un des partis de masse les plus importants du monde occidental, surtout si l’on tient compte du fait que le Québec ne compte qu’un peu plus de six millions d’habitants.

Porteur des aspirations nationales et progressistes du peuple québécois, il entend affirmer sa présence sur la scène internationale et multiplier les contacts et les échanges avec les formations politiques d’autres payes qui partagent des objectifs similaires aux siens.

Dans cet esprit, conformément au vœu exprimé par les délégués réunis au congrès national en février dernier, le Parti Québécois, par la résolution de son Conseil exécutif national en date du 26 novembre 1982, sollicite de devenir membre de plein droit de l’Internationale Socialiste, ce lieu de rassemblement mondial, absolument essentiel, des forces du progrès et de la liberté.

Condamnant toute forme autoritaire et oppressive de gouvernement, de nature communiste ou fasciste, conscient aussi de la nécessité de corriger les abus du capitalisme en faisant prévaloir les droits et libertés de la personne et l’intérêt général de la collectivité sur ceux des groupes privilégiés et trop puissants, le Parti Québécois adhère sans aucune restriction aux principes énoncés dans les déclarations de Francfort (1951) et d’Olso (1962).

Dans son programme officiel, le Parti Québécois déclare que l’objectif premier de tout parti social-démocrate est :

« D’accroître sans cesse le niveau démocratique d’une société. Il s’agit non seulement d’assurer théoriquement les libertés fondamentales et le maintien d’institutions démocratiques, amis de faire que ces libertés puissent être réellement à la portée de tous et de toutes et que ces institutions servent à accroître la liberté de ceux et de celles qui en sont le plus privés. Ce qui est recherché est donc l’élimination de la discrimination et des inégalités dans les relations humaines, l’abolition de tout privilège de classe, l’accroissement de la qualité de la vie pour les personnes les plus démunies de notre société et la plus large participation possible de chaque citoyen et de chaque citoyenne aux décisions qui les concernent ».

En fait, tout autant par son programme que par les politiques réalisées depuis qu’elle exerce le pouvoir, notre formation politique mène une expérience à la fois originale et prometteuse, unique en Amérique du Nord, d’émancipation nationale, de démocratie sociale et économique, de respect des droits des minorités et des groupes ethniques.

Les initiatives suivantes ont notamment été prises : référendum sur le statut politique du peuple québécois : démocratisation radicale du financement des partis politiques, excluant par la loi toute participation autre que celle des individus, avec une aide complémentaire de l’État; efforts soutenus afin d’alléger le fardeau fiscal des gens à revenu modeste et de redistribuer plus équitablement la richesse collective; régime public et universel d’assurance automobile; extension et vigueur nouvelle insufflée au secteur public de l’économie; mesures en vue de favoriser la syndicalisation et d’assurer une meilleure protection de la santé et de la sécurité des salariés; « Charte de la langue française » visant à assurer l’égalité des chances de la grande majorité des travailleurs Québécois, de langue française, tout en reconnaissant et protégeant les droits de la minorité anglophone; décentralisation de l’appareil gouvernemental et participation accrue des citoyens aux instances administratives; protection rigoureuse de l’environnement et du territoire agricole; premières tentatives de concertation des principaux agents socio-économiques; enfin une Charte des droits et libertés de la personne que nous croyons la plus progressiste en Amérique.

Pour toutes les raisons que je viens d’évoquer, je formule avec confiance, monsieur le président, le vœu que notre demande d’adhésion soit accueillie favorablement par votre Bureau de direction.

Avec l’expression de ma haute considération,

René Lévesque
Président du Parti Québécois

 

Download a word-searchable transcript of the 1982 French letter of René Lévesque to Willy Brandt, side by side with an Exclusive English translation:
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What is the FLQ but the Terrorist Wing of the NDP?

Who Is Running The Break-Up Of Canada?
“Liberals” Or NDP Communists?

DIVIDE, CONQUER & OVERTHROW:what

NDP plays the “Clarity” game for North American Union. They’ve been doing it for decades: turn the French against the English to break up the country, to dissolve the Constitution of Canada for North American Multicultural Soviet Union.

 

Where does Canada’s “break-up” come from?

It comes from the NDP’s man, Marxist-Machiavellian Trudeau, who promoted the NDP in 1963, and jumped to the Liberals AS A FRONT in 1965, to put Canada on the rails for his Marxist pals.

Using phony “trade deals” to hide the gradual remodeling of Canada for regional union, pending dissolution by phony referendums to “secede” as the means to dismantle Canada for regional union, Trudeau built up his Communist pal René Lévesque.

In the April 1962 issue of his magazine featured in the image at left, Trudeau and a raft of his fellow leftists promote regionalism for Canada as their “alternative” to the “separatism” which they, themselves, have been fomenting underground, creating the ‘problem’ so they could offer their own Marxist-globalist, anti-national, regional ‘solution’.

This begins the Trudeau march toward regional North American Union commenced by him and his own entourage in the 1950s. For, in the decade prior to this issue of Cité Libre, these same Marxists infiltrate Quebec trade unions and their publications, the daily newspapers such as La Presse and Le Devoir, and are encouraged by the federal broadcasting corporation, our outrageous CBC-Radio Canada, which virtually excludes all public opinion which opposes “the Left”. For eyewitness details on that, see my exclusive English translation of a couple of chapters from Robert Rumilly’s 1956 book, “The Leftist Infiltration in French Canada” (L’Infiltration gauchiste au Canada français).

The leftists infiltrated and undermined respectable nationalist institutions, diverting them all to their own leftist ideology, “class struggle” and support of violence and terror to destroy respectable Christian society.

These leftists, exposed by Rumilly, denounced the elected representatives of the French Canadians as “tyrants”. Well, what is their own alternative today? Under Marxist Trudeau’s 1982 coup constitution, which supposedly protects “rights”, a Christian minister, Pastor Mark Harding, has been convicted of “hate crimes” for opposing the advent of Islam in Canada. One of Canada’s new, Soviet-style socialist tribunals then sentenced the Christian pastor to “re-education camp” with a Muslim Imam, to forcibly alter his political and religious views, contrary to his own Christian conscience!

This same gang of Marxists in the 1950s, with the aid of their own Marxist lawyers, went to the Supreme Court of Canada to defend and protect the “rights” of Communists to freedom of conscience and expression. Apparently, now the tide has turned, these same Marxists having seized control of Canada, the new, true “tyrants” do not tolerate official views other than their own.

Meanwhile, back in the mid-1960s, Trudeau’s own pro-Soviet “Cité Libre” writers “quit” that magazine to become the two major FLQ terrorist leaders. One of the two also belonged to Trudeau’s true political choice, the NDP, before he “quit” to lead the terrorists: Pierre Vallières.

The other one, Charles Gagnon, would eventually “quit” the FLQ for the even more radical Maoists, and with Gilles Duceppe whose father was an NDP founding member, Gagnon then wrote for the even more radical magazine “En lutte !” (Struggle !).1

The NDP terrorists’ job: harness the FLQ to support Communist Lévesque and “sovereignty association” — which is the EU system for Canada, and the basis of global government over regional unions.

The NDP, like the CCF before it, has always supported world government; and both the NDP and its renamed version, the CCF, have always been members of the Socialist International, successor to the last Communist International, seeking world government.

Sedition is a criminal act. Sedition occurs when those in office abuse their power to promote or perpetrate unconstitutional acts. Turning citizens against each other is also the crime of sedition. Destroying the country and its lawful constitution is the high crime of treason known as a coup d’état — but you won’t notice who is really doing it, if you can blame it all on Quebec, by maligning its people while seizing and subverting its government.

There is no power to “secede” at s. 92 of the BNA Act, 1867; but that won’t stop a Marxist from infiltrating the Liberals to pretend there is one, any more than it will stop a Marxist from “quitting” the NDP to lead terrorists in demanding it. Thus, the NDP plays both ends against the middle!

And then comes FLQ terrorism: bombings and murders of Canadians, kidnappings, and phony “War Measures” by their man on top who infiltrated Canada for them. Let me underscore it: both major FLQ terrorist leaders came from Marxist-NDP-member-and-candidate Trudeau’s pro-Communist magazine, Cité Libre.2
 

Communist NDP leader Michel Chartrand backs Communist FLQ terrorist leader, Charles Gagnon

Communist NDP leader Michel Chartrand backs Communist FLQ terrorist leader, Charles Gagnon


In the midst of which, NDP Leader, Michel Chartrand:

“remained steadfast in his beliefs, and proved it by bailing FLQ leader Charles Gagnon out of jail, paying nearly three thousand dollars of his own money.”

That’s $3,000.00 in the 1960s.

What was the FLQ, if not the terrorist wing of the Marxist NDP, with its leaders issuing directly out of NDP’er Trudeau’s pro-Communist magazine?

Is terror a “Liberal” tool or a Marxist NDP tool?

Is “secession” a Liberal tool, or a Marxist NDP tool? Ask William Zebulon Foster, author of “Toward Soviet America” who threatened the USA with “secession” of the southern Black States.

Who but “former” NDP-Marxist-Cité Libre writer-FLQ terrorist leader, Pierre Vallières would falsely and maliciously call French Canada the “White Niggers of America,” thus modeling Quebec and the breakup of Canada on Foster’s Communist threats to use the Negroes in the southern “Black Belt” to split up America.3

Book cover: White Niggers of America by Pierre Vallières

Book cover: White Niggers of America by Pierre Vallières

The Liberals are always blamed for trying to annex Canada to the USA. That might be true if you are talking of real Liberals, who always wanted a republic. But it is not true if you are speaking of NDP Marxists who are closet Communists posing as Liberals and seeking North American Communist regional union: the destruction of that Republic, and of Canada.

Terror is not a tool of real Liberals; but it is a standard tool of Marxists, who wish to use it to abolish private property (check your NDP Party constitution, that’s a PLANK – no more private property).

 


“We have no compassion and we ask no compassion from you. When our turn comes, we shall not make excuses for the terror.”
— Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels “Suppression of the Neue Rheinische Zeitung“, Neue Rheinische Zeitung, May 19, 1849.

“Those dogs of democrats and liberal riff-raff will see that we’re the only chaps who haven’t been stultified by the ghastly period of peace.” – Karl Marx to Friedrich Engels (Letter, 25 February 1859).

Vallières entitled his pro-Communist diatribe “White Niggers of America”, adding a subtitle that fails to appear on subsequent big-press editions by McLelland and Stewart: The Precocious Autobiography of a Quebec “Terrorist”.

Vallières put “terrorist” in quotes on the cover, as if this unabashed description of an ignorant man who set out to lead murderers of his fellow citizens is inaccurate.

No greater defamation of parliamentary government could be heaped upon a nation and a people than to allege they are “slaves” in their country. No greater lie could be told than to pretend that French Canadians were “white niggers” and “slaves” in Canada.

The French Canadians in Quebec have always been “masters in their own house” in Confederation. They possessed supreme legislative institutions for their own self-government and protection. Whether they always knew how to use them, or even realized what they had, may be another question. Because if you know what you’ve got, you won’t easily buy the line that you are a “white nigger” and a “slave” in North America.

Moreover, Trudeau himself, arch-Marxist and beguiler, was well aware that French Canadians don’t know their own history and constitution (quite convenient to a Marxist deceiver). Law professor Trudeau admits it in the same April 1962 issue of Cité Libre featured above. Said Trudeau (translation):

“The upshot of all this is that in posing independence as a good thing in itself, an affair of dignity for every “normal people”, we launch the world on a strange war-ship. It has been claimed that any sincere anti-colonialist who wants independence for Algeria must also want it for Quebec. This reasoning contends that Quebec is a political dependency, which is to be ill informed of one’s constitutional history; but even if that were the case …. “

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Footnotes:

1  Notice that today, Gilles Duceppe (ex-colleague of a Cité Libre terrorist) supports good old Communist regional union — underway now. In his 2005 article in French daily, Le Devoir, a paper long ago captured by the Marxists (read Rumilly), Duceppe demands “sovereignty” for Québec in order to protect its interests in the context of regional union.

In fact, regional union cannot be finalized until Canada and Quebec are both destroyed as sovereign entities, and that requires the initial step of a “Yes” in a final referendum to facilitate the “negotiations”. Which is precisely what the FLQ terrorists were created for: to provide an excuse to begin the “negotiations”.

Read my exclusive English translation of Duceppe’s: “For a continental integration respectful of the differences” or his French original: “Pour une intégration continentale respectueuse des différences“.

2  “Le directeur de Révolution québécoise, Pierre Vallières, 26 ans, est alors secrétaire du Syndicat des journalistes de Montréal (C.S.N.) et l’un des dirigeants de la grève en cours à La Presse. Ex-membre du parti socialiste, il a été codirecteur pendant six mois de Cité libre, une revue fondée par des intellectuels libéraux réformistes comme Pierre Elliott Trudeau et Gérard Pelletier pour combattre le régime Duplessis dans les années 50. Quant à Charles Gagnon, le secrétaire de la rédaction, il est chargé de cours en littérature à l’Université de Montréal. Âgé de 25 ans, il a œuvré à Cité libre avec Vallières et est très actif dans le mouvement étudiant.” Source: F.L.Q. Histoire d’un mouvement clandestin (1982) by Louis Fournier.

Translation: The director of Révolution québécoise, Pierre Vallières, is 26 years old, is secretary to the Syndicat des journalistes de Montréal (C.S.N.) (the Montreal journalists trade union), and is one of the directors of the strike underway at La Presse. A former member of the socialist party [meaning the NDP by another name in Quebec], he was a co-director for six months of Cité libre, a review founded by Liberal intellectual reformers such as Pierre Elliott Trudeau and Gérard Pelletier to combat the Duplessis régime in the 1950s. As for Charles Gagnon, a copy-editor, he is a junior lecturer in literature at the University of Montreal. Aged 25, he has worked at Cité libre with Vallières and is very active in the student movement.”

Translator’s note: Trudeau and Pelletier were not “Liberals” at the time they founded their Pro-Soviet Cité libre in the 50s. They were socialists and NDP’ers who modeled their review on the crypto-communist, pro-regionalist magazine Esprit in France which promoted Marxist principles, opposed traditional Christianity, and agitated for regionalism in Europe. Both men jumped to the Liberals in 1965 to use that other party as a front to push forward regional communist union for Canada and North America. You have to know a little before you read Fournier, who is a partisan of the leftist movement.

3  Said Communist author and leader William Z. Foster (pp. 303-304:

“The status of the American Negro is that of an oppressed national minority, and only a Soviet system can solve the question of such minorities. This it does, in addition to setting up real equality in the general political and social life, by establishing the right of self-determination for national minorities in those parts of the country where they constitute the bulk of the population. The constitution of the Soviet Union provides that, “Each united republic retains the right of free withdrawal from the Union.” “The recognition of the right of all nations, irrespective of race, to complete self-determination, that is, self-determination inclusive of the right to State separation.”

Accordingly, the right of self-determination will apply to Negroes in the American Soviet system. In the so-called Black Belt of the South, where the Negroes are in the majority, they will have the fullest right to govern themselves and also such white minorities as may live in this section.

Translator’s note: Ahoy, the double standard. If Negroes are a minority in all of the USA, the white majority is called upon to integrate them and give them equal rights to governance over all, which obviously would result in a quite different society, culture and form of government. However, if whites are a minority in the Black Belt, the Negroes will have the right to govern “over” them in a Soviet America.

In other words, the founding peoples of America, who happen to be white (a bad thing), have no right to preserve their own government and culture against dissimilar minorities. They have no right to ask these minorities to adopt their system. But these dissimilar minorities have an absolute right to subordinate white people to their own Black rule and culture. This is not statesmanship, but double-talk to divide and conquer existing powerful nations and peoples.

The same approach was taken in Canada by Cité Libre terrorist, Pierre Vallières, who chose to identify white French Canadians and Quebec in Canada with the Negroes of the Black Belt in William Foster’s American South.

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