French-Canadian Marksman and FLQ hanger-on was the Spitting Image of Alleged Killer Oswald

Who Killed Kennedy?
And Who Killed Kennedy’s Killer’s Look-Alike?

Bachand or Oswald?

Lineup:  Bachand?  Oswald?

Can you pick Oswald out of this line-up?
Can you pick François Mario Bachand out of this lineup?

 

Fidel Castro & the assassination
of John Fitzgerald Kennedy

Fidel Castro founded the Quebec terrorist movement, the FLQ, which he began to set up with Belgian immigrant to Montreal (and possibly KGB agent) Georges Schoeters, during a meeting between them in Montreal in early 1959.  FLQ is short for Front de Libération du Québec  (Quebec Liberation Front).

Castro’s 1959 visit to Montreal was organized by a Quebec criminal lawyer, Robert Daoust, whose primary client is later known to be the Cotroni mob.  Whether Daoust worked for Cotroni at the time he brought in Castro is unconfirmed.  However, it would be interesting to know, since the Cotronis had a special interest in the Liberal Party of Canada.  And it was the Liberals under Soviet agent Pearson, who used the existence of the FLQ and its 1960s bombing spree as a pretext in 1967 to order the set-up of the Parti Québécois (PQ).  These referendums benefit the Communist-controlled federal level of Canada, which can then appear to “save” Canada from Quebec “separatism” by negotiating the restructuring of all of Canada for Communism.

An American woman (Andrea Silverthorne) has a theory that an Oswald look-alike shot Kennedy because Oswald was not a marksman.  This is her solution to the “French connection” alleged in the Kennedy assassination.  Silverthorne suggests that Oswald double, François Mario Bachand, was a marksman.  He moreover hung out with actual FLQ terrorists, Silverthorne observes, which made him seem to be one of them … and might have been a cover for him.

Bachand was bailed out of jail by a newspaper reporter a couple of weeks before President John F. Kennedy was shot.  On release from jail, the Oswald look-alike promptly went underground.

Silverthorne identifies the French Canadian François Mario Bachand as possibly having shown up on-site in Texas for the shooting (grassy knoll), accompanied by his wife and small child.

Years later, in 1971, Bachand himself was assassinated execution-style, in Paris.  The execution occurred shortly after Soviet agent, Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, ordered it; which is a criminal act:  government is not entitled to murder a citizen in cold blood.  (Tell it to Barack Hussein Obama, who assumes a “presidential power” to exterminate American citizens, and other innocent bystanders).

Trudeau, who led a Communist delegation at Moscow in 1952 on Communist nickel 1, was a Communist like his predecessor, Soviet Agent LesterMikePearsonPearson had been exposed by former GRU (Soviet military intelligence), Elizabeth Bentley, in the U.S. McCarran hearings.  Despite written warnings from the FBI to the RCMP, Pearson steadily rose through the ranks.

Interest in the killing of Bachand deepens when we learn that the deed was “recommended” to Communist Trudeau by his fellow-Communist Jean-Pierre Goyer.  Said Alan Stang in 1971:

Pierre Elliott Trudeau made Jean-Pierre Goyer Solicitor-General for Canada …

“when Parliament was not in session and could not question him. … Goyer … has been involved in several pro-Communist fronts.  And he has attended Communist meetings behind the Iron Curtain.  Like his friend Trudeau, he is a revolutionary.”

It was alleged that Trudeau himself was to be a target of assassination on Bachand’s imminent return to Quebec.  Thus, the notion of a capability or intent for assassination was clearly associated with this Oswald look-alike.

In his chapter on “The Assassination of François Mario Bachand”, labor journalist Louis Fournier, in his F.L.Q.  Histoire d’un mouvement clandestin (1982) UQAM Editions Quebec/Amerique, 1982, 509 pp. (first published in French in 1982) states that:

[Translation:]  “[w]ithin the F.L.Q., the major Spring event is the assassination in Paris, on March 29th [1971], of François Mario [400] Bachand, one of the leaders-in-exile of the movement.  Bachand, aged 27, is found dead in his flat in Saint-Ouen in a working-class suburb of Paris, felled by two bullets from a 22-caliber revolver shot into the back of the neck at close range.  The matter has never been officially clarified.  Mario Bachand, who lived in semi-clandestinity, was getting ready to return to Quebec; he had taken steps in that direction with Maître Bernard Mergler.  He wanted to regularize his situation after having fled to Cuba in April 1969, while he was out on bail on altogether minor charges connected to “Operation McGill français” (the other accused had been cleared).  Still a partisan of the F.L.Q., he was nonetheless in disagreement with some of his comrades, due notably to his tactical support for the P.Q.

[…]

In a secret text written shortly before his death, Bachand would advocate that Québécois militants “move to total clandestinity” because the repression had become too strong.  “What is needed,” he said, “is to form selected armed groups, which will attack certain objectives at very precise moments.  In addition, it is necessary that a certain form of urban guerilla be maintained, for example bombs in anglophone neighborhoods, hold-ups, well timed executions of certain politically dangerous persons such as Jean Drapeau and Pierre Trudeau“, because the execution of Pierre Laporte constituted a “positive” gesture.

Trudeau’s execution order allegedly arose from concern that Bachand might be able to achieve his aim.  However, there is another reason clear from the same extract from Fournier why Trudeau would not have wanted Bachand to return to Quebec.  The “secret committee at Power” had ordered the set-up of the Parti Québécois to run referendums in Quebec as the “democratic” alternative to FLQ violence.  With the PQ holding seven seats in the Quebec Legislature in 1970, and hopes on the rise for an early referendum, the last thing Trudeau and his Reds now want is the return to Canada of Bachand.  This highly competent friend of the FLQ and organizer of leftist riots, including the perceived Communist Front of “Opération McGill français” in 1969, might have stirred up violence; and made the PQ’s “democratic option” defunct before it became fully operational.

Trudeau’s execution order targeting Bachand may have had more to do with keeping the PQ in power to facilitate his own planned negotiations with his Communist friend, Lévesque to restructure Canada.  This obviously was the aim at that time, and still is:  there is no other purpose to the Communist PQ.  Had Bachand stirred up social unrest and violence, the PQ would have come to an untimely end as a credible “political” alternative to the FLQ approach for taking Quebec out of Canada.

Thus, Bachand’s alleged intent to assassinate Trudeau might well have been a facade for the real objective:  protecting the Communist and terrorist-filled ranks of the Liberals’ “political solution,” the PQ, from disintegration.

Bachand:  the Kennedy “French Connection”?

Silverthorne has written up her theory that Bachand was the famed “French connection”, with astonishing pictures of BACHAND and OSWALD (above) at her web site, named for President John F. Kennedy’s proposed site of America’s first tidal power dam for cheap and plentiful energy:  the Passamaquoddy.  Her story is here:

Dream of Passamaquoddy

Adding my own speculation to the Silverthorne scenario:  if Fidel Castro ordered the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, he may have used François Mario Bachand — masked as an “FLQ” terrorist — to do (some of) the shooting, and Castro’s lifelong best friend Trudeau may have then closed the JFK file by having Bachand executed.

Bachand’s name comes up on the FLQ timeline at Wikipedia, which places Bachand in Cuba on several occasions in the years after the Kennedy shooting:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_the_Front_de_libération_du_Québec

This item on the Timeline is intriguing:

1971:

March 24, Solicitor General Jean-Pierre Goyer, Director General of the RCMP Security Service John Starnes and Deputy Solicitor General Ernest Côté meet.  Goyer orders Starnes to “neutralize” Mario Bachand [murder, assassinate, kill a Canadian citizen extra-judicially], in Paris, an operation that had been planned since February.  A heated exchange ensues; “Starnes objected that it would be pointless and hazardous and that the service was incapable of it.”  Goyer says he would consult with the Prime Minister.[22]

Footnote 22 cites a credible source:  McLoughlin, Michael.  “Last Stop, Paris:  the assassination of Mario Bachand and the death of the FLQ” (Viking, Toronto: 1998), p. 218.

Note the latter half of that title, “the death of the FLQ”.  As I theorize above, organizer Bachand may have been ordered killed to keep the PQ in power, by obstructing the return of the FLQ.

Indeed, journalist Louis Fournier notes:

[Translation:]  “[…] the death of François Mario Bachand coincided with an unprecedented offensive of the information and security services against any attempt to relaunch the F.L.Q.

Fournier also declares:

[Translation:]  Two major theories may explain the death of Francois Bachand:  either he was “executed” by a commando of former comrades in disagreement with him, as a settling of accounts which would be absolutely unique in the whole history of the F.L.Q.; or he was taken down in a special operation of the police security and information service.

That latter operation would have been run by Trudeau-appointee and fellow Iron-Curtainer, Jean-Pierre Goyer. 2

The identity of Bachand’s executioners is unknown, although Fournier gives this account of the possible penetration of Bachand’s residence by camouflaged security agents:

[Translation:]  In Paris, Bachand was living with a young arts Professor from Occitan University, Pierre Barral, [401] who had links with the “Mouvement pour la défense des prisonniers politiques québécois” [“Movement for the defence of the Québécois political prisoners”, meaning the F.L.Q. terrorists:KM].  Very few people are aware of his refuge at Saint-Ouen, other than a few contacts he believed he could trust such as François Dorlot, a militant of the P.Q. close to the F.L.Q. at the start of the 1960s.  Bachand was aware, however, for some time, that he was being followed; he had told his sister Michèle, a member of the executive of the M.D.P.P.Q. that he believed so, and his friend Clermont Bergeron of the C.S.N. who had come from Montreal to see him a few days before his death.

[…]

[Translation:]  According to the testimony of Professor Barral, when Bachand was away from the flat, the night before his assassination, two young people called on him, one of whom seemed to be disguised as a female transvestite.  They said they had fled Quebec and that they needed help.  They told Barral:  “François doesn’t know us personally, but we know him.”

However, what is truly remarkable about Bachand’s execution  whether it was carried out by Trudeau and the RCMP or not (and it was murder of a Canadian, if it was) is that it was “ordered” by an elite Communist, Jean-Pierre Goyer.  Goyer’s appointment by Communist Trudeau as head of Canada’s national police is discussed by American anti-Communist Alan Stang in an extract of his 1971 article at my blog:

https://nosnowinmoscow.wordpress.com/videos/stang-part-3/

Wrote Stang:

“Another thing you need if you are imposing a dictatorship is control of the police.  In Canada, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are controlled by the Solicitor-General.  So Trudeau made Jean-Pierre Goyer the Solicitor-General — when Parliament was not in session and could not question him.  Goyer, it goes without saying, was a regular contributor to Cité Libre.  Isn’t everybody?  He was once arrested for staging a sit-in outside the office of the Premier of Quebec.  He has been involved in several pro-Communist frontsAnd he has attended Communist meetings behind the Iron Curtain.  Like his friend Trudeau, he is a revolutionary.

This is the man now running the national police of Canada.”

So, the man “running the national police of Canada” ordered the execution of an Oswald look-alike (Bachand) who frequented the Castro-founded FLQ & was bailed out (in sufficient time to be able to shoot JFK, if that was his mission); and Goyer did so in final consultation with Castro’s best friend, Pilgrim of Moscow Pierre Elliott Trudeau.

Jean-François Lisée (the current Communist leader of the Communist Parti Québécois, elected on 7 October 2016), confirms in his 1990 book, Dans l’Oeil de l’Aigle that Bachand was intimate with Cuba prior to 1970 for at least a year and a half:

[Translation:] Three Felquists in a hurry to know all about guerilla techniques (François Bachand, Raymond Villeneuve and Gaston Collin) had already spent some 18 months in Cuba prior to 1970.  There again, Langley had presented to the Secret Service representatives a defector who had told somewhat alarming stories about the training the Cubans were giving to the Quebecers.  The CIA believed the testimony was reliable, but in Ottawa, the Mounties had their doubts.  “We know from people who had seen them, that the Felquists in Cuba had no training, they were playing billiards in the hotel,” said one Canadian officer.”*

I, for one, doubt the “doubts” of the Mounties, which do not seem rational in the circumstances.  François Mario Bachand and other terrorist leaders did not go to Cuba to play pool in the hotel lounge.

The assassination of Cuba-trained Bachand in effect protected the Communist subversion of Quebec, and Canada, and of North America, as currently then organized in the hands of the corporate fascists behind the secret committee at Power Corporation.  This cabal, with links to the Red-friendly Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA) which co-financed the 1917 Bolshevik “revolution”, had orchestrated the set-up of the Communist Parti Québécois.  Power Corporation then had financed Communist Pierre Elliott Trudeau’s federal election campaign.  It was clearly intended that Trudeau “negotiate” with “his own” Communist PQ to restructure Canada for Communism.

It is therefore my view that François Mario Bachand may well have been a marksman; he may have been recruited by Cuba locally; and he may well have been in Texas on the infamous day.  Bachand most surely would have upset the “bourgeois” Communist apple cart of Power Corporation’s designer “political” party, the Parti Québécois, Power’s ultimate vehicle for dismantling and restructuring all of North America for corporate-fascist world government.
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1  Just how “Red” was Pierre Elliott Trudeau?  Read my exclusive English translation of Trudeau’s 7-part series for Le Devoir  on the 1952 Moscow “economic” summit organized by V.V. Kuznetsov of Soviet Intelligence:  “I’m Back From Moscow“.
 
2  Killing a Canadian citizen outside the law is hardly an “operation”.  It is cold-blooded murder, for which those who discussed and planned it are culpable, whether they carried it out, or not.  Goyer, Trudeau, and Starnes all should have been charged and tried at least for intent.

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Peter Worthington Whitewashed Communist Pierre Trudeau; Paved Way for Justin’s Coronation

Foreword:

This article may be a little bit “jagged” because it has been written and rewritten since 2012, and finally published now. It was first drafted when Justin Trudeau was running for the Liberal leadership. It was revised when he began to campaign for the last federal election. And it’s been touched up again. Very hard to get a smooth feel to it, writing it in coffee shops on the free wifi, surrounded by dozens of other gabbing customers. So tonight, I’m finishing it. It’s as done as it’s going to get for now. I hope you get something out of it, nonetheless. (I will fix the shifted html tables another day…. God willing. That’s one of the horrors of WordPress: not compatible with other basic editing languages. And though the tables all work in WordPress installed in xampp, they don’t work here online, who knows why.)

The Real Justin Trudeau: Red Like His Daddy

Please notice that Justin Trudeau, while running for his father’s former job, supports referendums for Quebec to “secede”. However, as we know from the 1972 manifesto of the Parti Québécois (PQ) (in English exclusively at this web site, see the sidebar for the free download), Quebec is not becoming “sovereign”, it is becoming Communist. The referendums of 1980 and 1995 were precisely to get this done. See in particular my feature post, Singing Tomorrows, to make this clear.

The referendums are a front and a grave deception in which Trudeau Junior, from a family of Castro-worshippers, is a willing shill:

As reported in the French daily Le Devoir (Justin Trudeau on Quebec referendums) online on 10 August 2015, Justin supports the “secession” of (veiled Communist) Quebec:

Discours référendaire

Referendum position

Il a également ramené à l’avant-scène la position de son adversaire néo-démocrate à l’effet qu’une majorité simple (50 % plus un vote) serait reconnue par Ottawa en cas d’un référendum sur la souveraineté en affirmant qu’elle ne visait qu’à gagner des « points politiques ».

He also brought to the forefront the position of his New Democratic adversary to the effect that a simple majority (50% + 1 vote) would be recognized by Ottawa in case of a refrendum on sovereignty by affirming that it would only seek to win “political points”.

« M. Mulcair a choisi de ramener cet enjeu-là pour faire des gains au Québec, a affirmé M. Trudeau. La réalité, c’est que les Québécois ont besoin d’un nouveau premier ministre conscient de la réalité des défis et [capable de] rassembler le pays au complet. »

“Mr. Mulcair has chosen to return to this issue to make political gains in Quebec,” affirmed Mr. [Justin] Trudeau. The reality is that Quebecers need a new premier who is aware of the reality of the challenges and [capable of] pulling the whole country together.”

Sur cette question, le chef du PLC s’est vanté d’être clair, rappelant que la Cour suprême avait dit que « les chiffres » devront être fixés lors d’un prochain référendum.

On this question, the leader of the Liberal Party of Canada brags that he is clear, recalling that the Supreme Court had said that “the figures” must be set during the next referendum.

Lors du premier débat des chefs, la semaine dernière, la question de la clarté référendaire avait donné lieu à un échange mordant entre M. Mulcair et M. Trudeau, ce dernier accusant son rival de diriger un parti qui menace l’unité nationale en raison de sa position.

During the first leaders’ debate, last week, the question of referendum clarity led to a biting exchange between Mr. Mulcair and Mr. Trudeau, the latter accusing his rival of leading a party which threatens national unity because of his position.

By “national unity” is meant the complete restructuring of all of Canada on the model of the EUSSR after a “Yes” in Red-led Quebec.

The fact that Justin Trudeau supports the referendum deception proves that he is as much a Communist as his father was. In fact, his father’s becoming Prime Minister and the Parti Québécois being created, were both part of a single scheme hatched by Pierre Trudeau and other federal cabinet ministers from Quebec in the “Liberal” government of Soviet agent Lester Bowles Pearson in 1967. (Search for Pearson’s FBI file at this web site.) Pierre Trudeau’s end of the scheme was to “negotiate” the restructuring of Canada with his Communist friend René Lévesque, who set up the PQ solely on the orders of Pierre Trudeau and the “secret committee” of Power Corporation. The two elements — another prime minister under full control, and a Communist party masked as merely “separatist” were created as a single mechanism to overthrow Canada.

Subscribe to this blog and you will soon learn how veiled Communist and co-founder of the Communist PQ, Guy Bertrand, now plans to force the “secession” of Quebec directly into structural Communism (i.e., Moscow-style expanded and consolidated metropolitan REGIONS (to replace the nation-state) as described by Communist sociologist Morris Zeitlin in “Planning is Socialism’s Trademark,” an article in the November 8, 1975 issue of the Daily World, the journal of the Communist Party of the USA.)

Peter Worthington Whitewashed Communist Pierre Trudeau; Paved Way for Justin’s Coronation

Toronto Sun's Peter Worthington whitewashed Justin Trudeau's Communist father to Justin's political advantage

Toronto Sun’s Peter Worthington whitewashed Justin Trudeau’s Communist father to Justin’s political advantage

Toronto Sun’s Peter Worthington whitewashed Justin Trudeau’s Communist father to Justin’s political advantage[/caption]On Tuesday night, October 12th, 2012 in the Liberal riding of Papineau in Montreal, federal member of parliament (by which I mean the non-sovereign parliament after the 1982 coup d’état  by his father), Justin Trudeau, held a rally to announce his bid for the Liberal leadership.

Press and media, notably the Washington-based Huffington Post, appeared to be aiming at another “Trudeau coronation” like that of Pierre Elliott Trudeau in 1968. Huffington hard-sold the inexperienced and unaccomplished 41-year-old Trudeau knock-off the way the father had been sold in 1968: as masculine.

American anti-Communist, Alan Stang, in the April 1971 offprint of American Opinion, reported the 1968 federal election campaign of Pierre Elliott Trudeau this way:

“The story starts with Prime Minister Pierre-Elliott Trudeau who, as your newspaper has told you, is irresistibly charmant. By now you know that those admitted to his presence leave forever enchanté. His wit is like champagne, his learning immense. He adores pretty girls. They adore him. His overpowering masculinity may well destroy the Women’s Liberation Front.”

Again, in 2012, as in ’68, all question of the Trudeaus’ support of Communism was either stifled by the press ignoring it, or countered in advance by unexpected apologists. Stang records the bizarre press-laundering of Pierre Elliott Trudeau’s Communist views and background in his 1968 run for the Prime Minister’s Office:

Early in 1968, Pierre announced his availability. Mike [Soviet agent and prime minister, Lester Pearson] dropped the word that Pierre was his choice. And suddenly, with the precision of the New York Philharmonic, the Canadian Press began to sell Pierre to the people. His Communist record was simply ignored. Attempts to discuss it were branded as “hate.” Canadian women read instead about his intense masculinity. So blatant was the blackout of Pierre’s Communist background that the Calgary Herald refused an anti-Trudeau ad composed of passages from his own writings. The Toronto Globe & Mail and the Toronto Star also refused ads to detail his Communist background. And so complete has been the blackout that in January, 1971, former Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, of the Progressive Conservatives — who correspond roughly to our Republicans — demanded an investigation of the government-owned C.B.C. network.

According to Stang, there were “notable exceptions” to the 1968 media blackout of Pierre Trudeau’s blatant Communism. Among them were “Peter Worthington and Lubor Zink of the Toronto Telegram”.

Sad to say, Peter Worthington – who, during Justin Trudeau’s 2013 Liberal leadership campaign was a vigorous 86 year-old-blogger with the Toronto Sun – has been crossed off the list of “exceptions” to the flagrant media cover-up of the pro-Communist Trudeaus.

Sadder still, Worthington became not merely a Trudeau apologist, but a willful subverter, concealing by silence as to the facts, Pierre’s forced march of Canada into North American Soviet Union under an incoming Red World Order. In this way, Worthington cleared the path for Justin to the Canadian Throne.

In the February 26, 2013, Toronto Sun, Worthington baldly declares (without proving it) that so-called “Liberal” Justin, who was then running for the Liberal leadership, is not the (Communist) that Worthington had presumed his father was [Whatever Justin Trudeau is, he isn’t his father“.

Worthington went further:

“It wasn’t Pierre Trudeau’s flamboyant style that was offensive to people like me, it was his policies and ideology that were alien to our traditions and potentially damaging to the country.” [Emphasis added.]

Trudeau didn’t like the military, ducked serving in the Second World War and instead mocked it as a youth of military age. He aligned himself with Marxists, attended a post-war, Soviet-sponsored, so-called economic conference in Moscow for fellow travellers, and then falsely claimed he’d thrown snowballs at Stalin’s statue (in April). [More emphasis.]

(That latter story is the source of the domain name, NoSnowinMoscow.com.)

He revered Mao Tse-tung (now called Mao Zedong), admired Castro, felt the KGB was similar to the RCMP, and he seemed to reject the overwhelming evidence that the Soviet Union was obsessed with world domination and with subverting democracies.

Worthington says the “economic conference” in Moscow in 1952 was “Soviet sponsored”. He says Trudeau merely “attended” that conference as a “fellow traveller”. Anti-communist Alan Stang in 1971 is more clear. Stang revealed that Trudeau led a Communist delegation at Moscow, all expenses paid by Canadian Communist Party nickel. Quebec historian Robert Rumilly has colorfully dubbed Pierre a “pilgrim of Moscow“.

Worthington said Pierre “revered Mao Tse-tung”; he forgot to mention the details. Alan Stang supplements in CANADA How The Communists Took Control (offprint, American Opinion, April 1971):

“Pierre apparently had developed a taste for leading delegations to Communist countries. In 1960 he led another — to Communist China. He participated in a Communist “victory celebration.” He met his idol, Mao Tse-tung. He collaborated on a book called Two Innocents In Red China. (Toronto, Oxford University Press, 1968.)”

There is a big difference between being a “fellow traveller”, or a curious inquirer, and in fact leading Communist delegations at Moscow and in newly conquered Red China.

Cuban President Fidel Castro an Pierre and Margaret Trudeau look over a photo album during their state visit to Cuba in this January, 1976 photo (CP)

Cuban President Fidel Castro an Pierre and Margaret Trudeau look over a photo album during their state visit to Cuba in this January, 1976 photo (CP)

 
Pierre Merely “admired Castro”?

The entire Trudeau family adopted Cuba’s Red Butcher as their “faithful friend”. The entire Trudeau family are Red shills and useful idiots.

The Last Days of the Patriarchby Alexandre Trudeau illustrates the intimate, bizarre relationship of the whole Trudeau clan with a Communist dictator. Justin’s brother, Alexandre, unselfconsciously reveals the depth and effects of that relationship in his heart-felt elegy in 2006 to Castro which he penned in English for Peter Worthington’s own Toronto Sun, and in French for La Presse.

The occasion was the birthday of dictator, Fidel Castro, who had turned 80 and transferred his responsibilities to his brother, Vice-President Raúl Castro. (Raúl assumed the full presidency in 2008.)

The personal friendship of Pierre Trudeau and of his wife and three sons with Fidel Castro, is politically problematic. What, precisely, was the effect on Justin Trudeau of this close personal family relationship with Castro?

One son (the late Micha) was a personal favorite of Castro’s; the other son — Alexandre — is clearly under the Castro spell. The mother who raised her sons to adore Fidel, had herself declared that Castro was the ‘sexiest man alive’. Add to this that the mother’s mental instability is well known.

Alexandre’s 2006 article is not only remarkable for its lack of normal moral discernment, but for the apparently thorough Communist brainwashing of its author that it reveals. Responsible journalists should be questioning the frame of mind of the author’s brother, the Liberal candidate for Prime Minister in the upcoming October 2015 (de facto) federal elections, Justin Trudeau.

Responsible journalists should be questioning the frame of mind of Liberal candidate for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, raised by Castro acolytes

Responsible journalists should be questioning the frame of mind of Liberal candidate for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, raised by Castro acolytes

Raised in the same environment, with the same special Cuban friend, by two parents who uncritically adored Castro, Justin — a man with no particular accomplishments but his ability to spend his father’s money — would like to be Prime Minister of Canada.

To that end, in the February 26, 2013 Toronto Sun, journalist Peter Worthington concluded, while offering no proof:

Whatever Justin Trudeau is, he isn’t his father“.

Further on, Worthington finishes: “The fact that Justin is likely to be Liberal leader come April 14 (2013) reflects poorly on the lack of potential leaders in that party. But the country already knows that!”

Worthington says that Pierre Trudeau was only “potentially damaging” to Canada. He thus ignores a mountain of discoverable facts which indicate that Prime Minister Justin would scale the Canadian heights in time to complete his father’s work of destroying Canada culturally, politically, and constitutionally for Pierre’s goal of a regional union under a one-world government.

Fact #1: Secession is a Communist tool for restructuring power in target countries

Pierre Trudeau in fact led the preparations for the 1980 Quebec referendum to “secede” from the Prime Minister’s Office, with his Communist pal, René Lévesque, stepping in tune. (The “secession” of Quebec was intended to facilitate the Communist restructuring of all of Canada by “negotiation” of Communist Lévesque with Communist Trudeau – two Red moles working together at two different levels where each had seized government outside the law, as will be clear below.)

Sshhhh! This is not secret information!

Sshhhh!

This is not secret information. In the multi-volume set, Reports on Separatism1, hard-bound in university libraries, we read that in 1977:

Trudeau challenges Lévesque and Quebecers
 
Prime Minister Trudeau, speaking to the Quebec Chamber of Commerce Jan. 28 in Quebec City, challenged Premier René Lévesque to hold a single, binding early referendum on Quebec’s separation.”

Reports on Separatism continues:

“The overriding theme of the speech was a call for Quebec to come to a final decision now, after 20 years of uncertainty about its national identity. “The choice must be definitive and final. If the referendum is lost, it should not be reopened for 15 years,” Mr. Trudeau said.

“It’s not only exciting, it’s a challenge,” he said. “What is not possible is to constantly remain indecisive, to constantly be afraid to make a choice because then others will make it for us.

“Let us demand of our provincial politicians, and of our federal politicians, that the choices be put before us soon, very soon.”

There are no “choices”. The Constitution forbids “choices” and establishes permanent unity in Canada (more clear below in regard to the Long Title, Crown, etc. of the Constitution).

22 February 1977 - Pierre Elliott Trudeau’s “New World Order” address to Congress.

22 February 1977 – Pierre Elliott Trudeau’s “New World Order” address to Congress.

The following month, on February 22, 1977, Red Mole Trudeau gave a speech to the U.S. Congress under the Jimmy Carter (Rockefeller Trilateral-CFR executive-branch-coup administration). In the United States Congressional Record of February 22, 1977 at page 4905, de facto Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau declared:

“we have failed to mobilize adequately the full support of our electorates for the construction of a new world order.”

New World Order is Communist terminology.

At page 4904, speaking of René Lévesque’s veiled Communist Parti Québécois – which had seized power “democratically” (but nonetheless subversively, its very platform of secession negating and proving the invalidity of every last oath among these Red usurpers in the Quebec Legislature) Trudeau tells America and the world:

“I am confident it can be done. I say to you with all the certainty I can command that Canada’s unity will not be fractured. Revisions will take place. Accommodations will be made; We shall succeed.”

“I can command”: this Communist infiltrator placed himself above the Constitution of Canada, claiming unlimited, arbitrary power to destroy it. Indeed, in 1982, he took major step one, towards doing so. Read: Patriation and Legitimacy of the Canadian Constitution. A fellow conspirator of Trudeau’s publicly confesses in a pair of Cronkite Lectures that the so-called “patriation” was not legal, but a coup d’état.

In other words, Communist Pierre was “confident” that Canada would be restructured after a “Yes” in the upcoming 1980 unlawful, unconstitutional, impossible referendum to “secede”.

But, Communist Lévesque, while a “Liberal” cabinet minister in the Quebec government of Jean Lesage, on 10 November 1964, had already called for the “fundamental restructuring” of all of Canada. See “René Lévesque’s Communist Compromise: Fundamental Restructuring of all of Canada”.

The 1972 manifesto of the Communist Parti Québécois (in French only; but in English exclusively at this web site), makes a couple of things quite clear. First, The Quebec “Liberal” government of Jean Lesage was attempting to construct a Communist plan to run Quebec as early as 1961.

La notion de Plan a été galvaudée au Québec. Depuis 1961, sous une forme ou sous une autre, la mise au point d’un plan de développement est demeurée un objectif pourchacun des gouvernements qui se sont succédé au pouvoir, à l’exception du dernier qui a finalement abandonné l’idée. L’on comprend aussi bien l’engouement initial pour la planification que le désenchantement qui a suivi.

The notion of a Plan has been tossed around in Quebec. Since 1961, in one form or another, the elaboration of a development plan remained an objective for successive governments, except for the last which finally abandoned the idea. One can just as well understand the initial infatuation with planning as the disenchantment which followed.

Secondly, the manifesto explains the demand of these veiled Communists for the “sovereignty” of Quebec: (all the powers to construct a plan):

Ce que révèle ainsi l’expérience des années 60, c’est que sans les instruments nécessaires, un Plan ne sera jamais autre chose qu’une étude plus ou moins adéquate, plus ou moins bien présentée, mais rigoureusement platonique. Or, les instruments qui manquent sont ceux-là même qui découlent de la souveraineté. Tant que le Québec ne sera pas indépendant, tant qu’il ne disposera pas de tous les moyens fiscaux, législatifs et incitatifs d’un État souverain, c’est au mieux l’expression d’une grande candeur, au pire une façon peu coûteuse de neutraliser un désir croissant de participation, que d’agiter l’étendard de la planification.

What is revealed by this experiment of the Sixties, is that without the necessary instruments, a Plan will never be anything but a more or less inadequate study, presented more or less well, but rigorously platonic. The missing instruments are precisely those which result from sovereignty. As long as Quebec is not independent, as long as it does not possess all the fiscal, legislative and mobilizing powers of a Sovereign state, to wave the banner of planning is at best the expression of a great lack of guile, or at worst, a fairly cheap way to neutralize a growing desire for participation.

Source: Quand nous serons vraiment chez nous, the 1972 manifesto of the Parti Québécois for a Communist state of Quebec, and exclusive English translation.

If you thought Quebec was trying to secede to protect French-Canadian language, culture and ethnicity, you were wrong. The self-serving Reds, however, have used that fiction as their battle-cry in a bid to destroy Canada for Communism.

Summary: the reason for the “secession” of Quebec is to seize the powers of the Parliament of Canada, to use them in constructing a communist PLAN.

Communist Voting (courtesy of Freaking News.com)

Communist Voting (courtesy of Freaking News.com) 2

Yet, here we have Pierre Elliott Trudeau in the 1977 Congressional Record publicly assuring the world that Canada will, indeed, be “restructured,” supposedly to save its “unity”. The supposition being not that there is a provincial “power” to “secede”, but that in blatant defiance of the clear constitutional denial of such a power to both  levels of government – a denial of secession, a denial of a federal power to allow it – the act will be consummated nonetheless on the backs of the electorate, conscripted to vote “democratically”, thus allowing the Reds to dismantle Canada.

Said Trudeau in the same Congressional Record:

Problems of this magnitude cannot be wished away. They can be solved, however, by the institutions we have created for our own governance. Those institutions belong to all Canadians, to me as a Quebecker as much as to my fellow citizens from the other provinces. And because those institutions are democratically structured, because their members are freely elected, they are capable of reflecting changes and of responding to the popular will.

Slight correction to Prime Minister Trudeau: the “members” of provincial and federal legislatures are not in office simply by means of the popular vote, i.e., “freely elected”. The “democratic” vote is not sufficient to show a Member to his seat. No duly “elected” Member can sit and vote laws in Parliament or in a Province without a valid oath of allegiance:

128. Every Member of the Senate or House of Commons of Canada shall before taking his Seat therein take and subscribe before the Governor General or some Person Authorized by him, and every Member of a Legislative Council or Legislative Assembly of any Province shall before taking his Seat therein take and subscribe before the Lieutenant Governor of the Province or some Person authorized by him, the Oath of Allegiance contained in the Fifth Schedule to this Act; and every Member of the Senate of Canada and every Member of the Legislative Council of Quebec shall also, before taking his Seat therein, take and subscribe before the Governor General, or some other Person authorized by him, the Declaration of Qualification contained in the same Schedule.
Source: The British North America Act, 1867; 30 & 31 Victoria, c. 3.

“Handwashing” ceremony at Hull, Quebec: Communist Gilles Duceppe signs counter-oath to eliminate oath sworn to sit in federal parliament (1990)

“Handwashing” ceremony at Hull, Quebec: Communist Gilles Duceppe signs counter-oath to eliminate oath sworn to sit in federal parliament (1990)

Nor is the oath of allegiance a “technicality”, as Marxist-Leninist Maoist Gilles Duceppe, for one, alleged while publicly washing his hands of it in a ceremony at Hull, Quebec, in 1990. In the United Kingdom – whence Canada’s Constitution comes –

“The administering of unlawful oaths [i.e., taking oaths from people who are manifestly lying] is an OFFENCE AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT, and PUNISHABLE BY PENAL SERVITUDE. The following statutes relate to this offence: 37 Geo. III. c. 123 ; 39 Geo. III. c. 79 ; 52 Geo. III. c. 104 ; 57 Geo. III. c. 19 ; 1 Vict. c. 91.” Source: Wharton’s 7th edition, p. 573.

Wharton’s is a reference cited by the judiciary in court adjudications. And look who’s being punished with “penal servitude”!  The person foolish enough to depose (swear in) an obvious liar, because it makes that person and the government a party to perjury.

A false oath is perjury. This legal and constitutional fact, that some people cannot be sworn in, was evidenced by precedent in the British case of Clarke v. Bradlaugh, 7 Q. B. D. 38. The British House of Commons quite correctly refused to allow Mr. Bradlaugh, who had been “democratically” elected, to take the oath, because he manifestly could not take it, his being in conflict with the law of that time.

On the first day of the session of 1883, the British Attorney-General gave notice of a Bill to amend the The Parliamentary Oaths Act, 1866, 29 Vict. c. 19 to allow Mr. Bradlaugh to be sworn by making an affirmation of allegiance. But on 3 May 1883, that bill was rejected by the Commons by three votes. An Oaths Act entitling persons who professed no religious beliefs, or who even might be atheists, to be sworn by solemn affirmation, was finally passed in 1888 (51 & 52 Vic c 46).

Can anyone tell us when the constitutional oath of allegiance in the Fifth Schedule to the British North America Act, 1867, was amended to allow Communists to sit and vote laws for Canada, when their obvious allegiance is to Moscow? And their publicly stated aim is to dismantle Canada in contempt of the Constitution?

The unlawful seizure of a government, by swearing in, for example, hordes of people of all political stripes who do not and cannot bear true allegiance, is a form of coup d’état. In such a case, Parliament is not duly constituted. As such, it is not Parliament but some other entity usurping the role. Moreover, the issue is legal, not political.

It is public knowledge that the PQ Reds intend to dismantle Canada; they therefore were lying in 1970 when “sworn in” and again in 1976, and every time thereafter. It is unmistakable from their platform of “secession” and of restructuring Canada, that they seized power in Quebec outside the Constitution.

When the veiled Communist Parti Québécois seized office in Quebec in 1970, and took over the government in 1976, under protection of Pierre Elliott Trudeau; Trudeau, too, was a usurper who had set up the PQ behind the scenes with his fellow Reds.

Trudeau’s collaboration with, and his blatant federal leadership and encouragement of the Communist Parti Québécois set up by him to allow him to dismantle Canada proves that the Government of Canada had been seized outside the law by elite insurgents, themselves under “unlawful oaths”.

They, too, therefore had no right to sit and vote, no right to form a federal government, no right to pass acts in the Parliamentary Legislature of Canada. All their acts are void, because all their oaths are void.

In the La Presse  newspaper of Wednesday, 15 August 1990 at page B1 in the National section, in an article entitled “[Translation: Swearing allegiance to the Queen is ‘a technicality’ he (Duceppe) says”]:

“La Presse spoke with an historian from the University of Ottawa who was then the author of a volume on nationalist movements in Quebec. The historian, Mr.Michael Behiels, is reported to have said that the oath presents an obvious conflict for anyone who promotes independence.

“One cannot profess to serve the State while at the same time trying to dismantle the State” said Behiels. “It’s a contradiction.”

Mr. Behiels is right. Moreover, rules of interpretation exist which permit a competent court to show the door to anyone who has presumed to sit and legislate for Canada or a Province without a valid oath. No member of a federal or provincial legislature, no group of such members, nor even an entire legislative assembly composed of traitors, has any constitutional powers beyond those announced in the Constitution. There is no discretion, no privilege, and no inherent power to conduct themselves in a manner inconsistent with the constitutional functions of the legislative and governmental bodies created by the Constitution. All such activity proves void oaths, as grounds to judicially remove these Red usurpers.

It is the OATH which entrenches and protects Parliament and the Constitution.

Communists cannot swear a valid one.

Let’s have another example of the commonplace truth about the legal effect of the oath. In the Indian case of Golak Nath & ors vs. State of Punjab & Anrs, AIR 1967 SC 1643, W.P. No. 153 of 1966, decided on 27-02-1967, AIR 1967 SC 1643, Chief Justice Subba Rao, writing for an extended bench, said:

“Parliament today is not the constituent body as the constituent assembly was but a constituted body which must bear true allegiance to the Constitution as by law established.”

In the same case at 1655-1656, Chief Justice Rao said:

Every institution or political party that functions under the Constitution must accept it: otherwise, it has no place under the Constitution.”

In other words, the oath requires the submission of every elected Member to the Constitution; and thus to the limits on action imposed by  the Constitution.

Consequently, the Parti Québécois “has no place under the Constitution” of Canada.

19 October 2015 Federal Elections - Incapable of being sworn

NO VALID OATHS – 19 October 2015 Federal Elections – Incapable of being sworn:
Harper, Mulcair, Trudeau, Duceppe, May

Neither have the pro-Soviet Liberals, the Red Greens, the “Progressive” Conservatives, the Marxist NDP, the Bloc (federal counterpart of the Communist Parti Québécois), the CAQ or any of the half-dozen other socialist and “separatist” parties that now clutter the federal and provincial hustings. Because they all support either dismantling Canada for Quebec “independence” (Communism), and/or merging Canada into the North American (Communist) Regional Union — underway, now.

The Constitutional Oath of Allegiance and Limits on Action

In the lawful Constitution of 1867, specific limits on action are levied by the federal-provincial division of powers; and overall limits are imposed with respect to the statutory purpose of Confederation. These overall limits are blatantly evident in the Long Title of the British North America Act, 1867, and in the interpretive Preamble. The Long Title of an act, including the Constitution, is used to determine the statute’s purpose, so that courts rule in accordance. Canada’s Long Title, similar to the famed “supremacy clause” at Article VI of the US Constitution. reads as follows:

An Act for the Union of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, and the Government thereof; and for Purposes connected therewith

“THIS UNION”, not any other UNION, nor DISUNION, is what the Long Title says.

“The British North America Act, 1867” is merely the short title of the Constitution; whereas the Long Title embodies clear legal restraints: no “purpose” contrary to the Union established in 1867, i.e., not “connected therewith,” can be lawfully entertained by either federal or provincial governments.

The Long Title excludes expressly all activity contrary to the Union created in 1867. To be precise, two things in particular are excluded by the British North American Union: secession of any part of Canada, and annexation of Canada into a different  union.

Communist Straight Jacket Over Canada: <i>Quand nous serons vraiment chez nous</i>: 1972 manifesto of the Parti Québécois for a Communist state of Quebec

Communist Straight Jacket Over Canada: Quand nous serons vraiment chez nous: 1972 manifesto of the Parti Québécois for a Communist state of Quebec


Communist Straight Jacket Over Canada

Yet, for decades, Canadians have been caught in a straight jacket outside the lawful Constitution by one de facto government after another since Trudeau. All of them are allowing, authorizing, and organizing campaigns for referendums by the Communist Parti Québécois to dismantle Canada east-west; while purporting to sign “treaties” such as NAFTA, designed to “deep integrate” Canada into the USA and Mexico, north-south, obviously forming a regional union.

The Long Title of 1867 is confirmed by the “Declaration of Union” (a statutory declaration is a statement of effective law) at section 3 of the Constitution:

3. It shall be lawful for the Queen, by and with the Advice of Her Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council, to declare by Proclamation that, on and after a Day therein appointed, not being more than Six Months after the passing of this Act, the Provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick shall form and be One Dominion under the Name of Canada; and on and after that Day those Three Provinces shall form and be One Dominion under that Name accordingly.”

Our interpretive preamble of 1867 was often called in aid, correctly, by our perceptive judiciary. (But, that was long before the Soviet invasion of our institutions.) The opening paragraph of the Preamble states:

“WHEREAS the Provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick have expressed their Desire to be federally united into One Dominion under the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, with a Constitution similar in Principle to that of the United Kingdom

The United Kingdom’s Constitution is unitary. The United Kingdom is a unitary state. The British Crown shared with Canada is unitary. Kingship in the British Constitution on which ours is based is unitary. Therefore, in 1867, a unique merger of two leading systems took place, and in consequence: a unitary Crown reigns above an indivisible (unitary) federal state in Canada. This is not an accident; it was planned that way by the statesmen who founded Canada.

For background on the unconstitutionality of secession in Canada, visit the Alliance of the Founding Peoples of Canada – Alliance des peuples fondateurs du Canada (http://confederation1867.altervista.org/) and look in particular for John George Bourinot, John A. Macdonald, W.P.M. Kennedy and others to come.
 

Fact #2: Pierre Elliott Trudeau and Federal Liberal Cabinet Ministers under Soviet Agent Pearson are the true Founding Fathers of the Communist Parti Québécois

They ordered it to be set up!

This fact was published in both French and English by Marxist-Leninist “leader” and adviser to the Jacques Parizeau de facto  PQ Communist government on the 1995 referendum to “secede”, Jean-François Lisée. In his 1990 book, In the Eye of the Eagle, Lisée quotes Claude Frénette, then president of the federal Liberal Party.

“the Committee encouraged René Lévesque and his sympathisers within and outside the Liberal Party of Québec to set up a distinct party, which would be soundly defeated in an electoral showdown.”

“Electoral showdown” obviously means referendum, the tool that has been used by the Parti Québécois from the time of its full usurpation under false oaths of the powers of government in Quebec.

Frénette, cited again by Lisée in the same interview, identified three members of the “Committee” that urged Lévesque to set up the Parti Québécois, whose 1972 manifesto (sidebar) clearly reveals it to be a Communist party. Said Frénette:

“Within the [federal] Liberal Party – a secret committee has been established in order to undo separatism. The Committee, which includes federal ministers from Québec such as [Jean] Marchand, [Pierre Elliott] Trudeau and [Maurice] Sauvé, has adopted a multi-volleyed plan which for the moment is working as anticipated.” Before being recruited by Paul Desmarais, Frénette was the assistant to Minister Sauvé.

Pay attention! Their “multi-volleyed plan” to “undo separatism” was to CREATE A COMMUNIST PARTY which would hold repeated public votes to DESTROY CANADA.

If Pierre Elliott Trudeau was not a Communist, and if, as Worthington indemnifies in the Toronto Sun in 2013, Trudeau did not “damage” Canada, then how did Red Mole Pierre happen to sit on a secret Committee advocating the set-up of a COMMUNIST PARTY in Quebec whose mandate was and is today to dismantle Canada for refederation on the model of the New European Soviet forming across the Atlantic?

At the time this Quebec Communist party had been established on orders of Trudeau and his Communist friends on a secret committee of Power Corporation, Reports on Separatism, in its extract entitled “Economic union called contradiction”, quotes economist Saul Simon Reisman (also on the RCMP’s list of suspected Communist subversives):

“Mr. Reisman said the European Economic Community is used by Premier René Lévesque as his model for the proposed economic union.”

In other words, the EEC – referred to by former President of the USSR, Mikhail Gorbachev, as the “New European Soviet, is also the model of Communist Trudeau, Marchand and Sauvé, and of the federal “Liberals” under them – and thus of Power Corporation which hosts and owns them – for the refederation of Canada. In other words, Quebec is not “seceding,” it is being used to restructure Canada on the European neo-Soviet model.

This RED REGION in place of Confederation is what Communist Trudeau means when he tells the Jimmy Carter Congress in 1977:

“I am confident it can be done. I say to you with all the certainty I can command that Canada’s unity will not be fractured. Revisions will take place. Accommodations will be made; We shall succeed.”

That is the FRAUD being sold to Canadians as maintaining “Canadian unity“: refederation as a “compromise” after a “Yes” in a referendum conducted by the Communist Parti Québécois, launched by Communist Lévesque in 1968 on orders of Red Mole Trudeau and his Communist friends on the secret committee of Power Corporation.

North American Soviet Union

North American
Soviet Union

Reisman, who, along with his colleagues all have hijacked the federal Parliament, thus acknowledges precisely what the Parti Quebecois is really planning. Not “secession”, but secession as a tool to refederate Canada on the Red European Prototype. The only reason for the initial “secession” is to create international personality for the Province, enabling it to harness the “rest of Canada” into treaties modeled on those used to merge Europe, and necessary to form this top-most part of the North American Soviet Union. A treaty cannot be signed without a national existence, which alone confers a treaty power.

The conclusion is inescapable that the Quebec referendums of 1980 and 1995 were initiated not by life-long Communist René Lévesque – who is nothing but a tool and a front man – but by Communist agent Pierre Elliott Trudeau and his fellow Federal Reds.
 

Fact #3: The North American Union is modeled on the European Community Formula used by Trudeau-Marchand-Sauvé-Lévesque and Power Corporation to set up a Communist state of Quebec linked to Canada

Thus corroborating the late Christopher Story when he said:

When Gorbachev visited London briefly, for a day, on the 23rd of March, 2000 – and, during that visit he made a statement which – I repeat it at every opportunity – he acknowledged and stated that the European Union is the “New European Soviet”; and I quote.

The organism under construction in North America via “trade” deals and the post-9/11 SPP is a North American equivalent of the “New European Soviet“.

The “North American Union”, called also the “North American Community”, has its direct precursor is the “Canadian Union”, also called the “Canadian Community”, aimed at by the Communist Parti Québécois and planned years before the latter’s founding.

This aim is clear from a public statement of René Lévesque conveyed by a Montreal Gazette reporter in December 1964, one month after Lévesque had appeared on CBC French television calling for the “fundamental” “RESTRUCTURING … of this whole country we call Canada“.

“This country, which could be called
The Canadian Union

In audio Episode 5 of “Du PLQ au PQ” (Translation: From the Quebec Liberal Party to the Parti Québécois), Montreal Gazette reporter, Robert McKenzie, told Radio-Canada:

This country, which could be called the Canadian Union...

Épisode 5 : Du PLQ au PQ. Featured quote by Robert McKenzie, a young journalist at The Montreal Gazette, citing words of René Lévesque: “Ce pays qui pourrait s’appeler l’Union canadienne.

[Translation:] “I received a call from someone: ‘Go to the Liberal Party meeting in Lévesque’s riding tonight (18 September 1967), something major will happen, he’s going to take a stand.” I arrive. There are about 300 people. … I looked at the text for a long time, and finally, he (René Lévesque) concluded with these words:

“This country which could be called The Canadian Union.

It finished just like that: “which could be called The Canadian Union.”

The text McKenzie was reading was possibly Lévesque’s manifesto entitled Pour un Québec souverain dans une nouvelle union canadienne (Translation: For A Sovereign Quebec in a New Canadian Union).

Levesque’s 1967 demand for a new “Canadian Union” precedes the formation of the European Union by approximately fifteen years. The European Union began as a Coal and Steel “Community”, which became an “Economic Community”. The nations of Europe were once independent. They were not federal. Canada is federal. The aim appears to have been to push federal Canada directly into the “EU” stage by “negotiation” following a “Yes” in a referendum. Certainly, the night before the illegal 1980 referendum, Pierre Trudeau offered this to Lévesque3; and therefore, the Red negotiations would not have been for less  than this: a full-blown Red refederation of Canada with an EU-style politburo on the Soviet model where unelected bureaucrats, beyond dismissal by the electorate, make most of the laws for the formerly sovereign European nations.

“not only associate states but even—
do you remember, a sort of new Canadian community.”

Authors Graham Fraser and Ivon Owen in their book, René Lévesque and the Parti Québécois in Power (McGill-Queens University Press, 19xx) quote Lévesque in a subsequent PQ Congress in [[[xxx year]]] (year):

Throughout the day René Lévesque had not intervened in the debate, saving his speech to the end. […]

“We have, for all intents and purposes, gone back to our roots,” he said. That is to say that we are still, as we have been since the begining, sovereignists, but with the realism that the special situation that history and geography have made in Quebec demands. It is not for nothing that from the beginning, seventeen years ago, we evoked not only associate states, but even—do you remember, a sort of new Canadian community.”

Building A North American Community (BANC) -- Restructuring North America into the Soviet regional system, eliminating the nations of Canada, USA and Mexico.

Building A North American Community (BANC) — Restructuring North America into the Soviet regional system, eliminating the nations of Canada, USA and Mexico.

Lévesque invoked not only the term “associate states” (origin of the term “Sovereignty Association”) and referring to the European Economic Community (EEC), but also both the “Canadian Union” and the “Canadian Community“. Community is therefore not a mere synonym for Union.

What did the word “Community” mean to Communist René Lévesque, selected by a secret committee of “Liberals” at Power Corporation in 1967 (including Pierre Elliott Trudeau) to organize and lead the veiled Communist Parti Québécois?

In the French book, Enfant du siècle, a biography of René Lévesque by xxx xx, published by Boréal in (year) [ISBN], we learn at page 80 that René Lévesque signed his own name under his father’s name on the top right corner of the cover of a book annotated by his father (who was a Communist). René Lévesque, we are told, will always retain certain of these annotations, chief among them:

«Ne pas confondre la liberté physique avec la liberté morale. On a la liberté physique de faire le mal.» — «A égalité de capacité, égalité de droit.» — Communauté, c’est-à-dire par tous les gens pris ensemble. Communisme n’admet pas d’autorité civile.» “Do not confuse physical freedom with moral freedom. One has the physical freedom to do evil.” — “To equality of capacity, equality of right.” — Community, i.e., all people taken together. Communism does not admit civil authority.”

The notion of a dictatorship of the proletariat (all people governing together) is an impractical fantasy. But, for René Lévesque, all people taken together were a “Community” which, for him, represented Communism, which defies constituted authority. Therefore, when he spoke of a “Canadian Community” formed within a new “Canadian Union“, Lévesque had to mean a Communist Community; which is proved by the fact that the 1972 manifesto of the Parti Québécois is Communist. Read my exclusive English translation of the CBC Radio Roundtable of 1972 discussing the manifesto.

NSIM Free Public Service Announcement No. 1

NSIM Free Public Service Announcement No. 1

Knowing that the Parti Québécois is Communist; and that all its leaders have necessarily been Communist, we therefore know that Pierre-Marc Johnson, who succeeded Lévesque as leader of the Parti Québécois, and who occupied the office of Premier of Quebec, was therefore also a Communist. He led a party that sought a Communist state of Quebec, and a new “Canadian Community” and a new “Canadian Union“. Pierre-Marc Johnson signed the 2005 plan of the corporate-fascist Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE) sponsored by the Marxist Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in the USA, to form a North American Community comprised of Canada, the USA and Mexico; also known as the North American Union.

Congressman Lawrence Patton McDonald (Circa 1983): The Council on Foreign Relations is seeking Regional Union and One-World Government

Congressman Lawrence Patton McDonald (Circa 1983): The Council on Foreign Relations is seeking Regional Union and One-World Government

VIDEO: CFR Seeks World Government

“But, as a member of Congress, I have seen the massive, powerful groups in Washington at work on a daily basis. And I have seen national groups, in their writings and activities and their memberships and members, such as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and the Trilateral Commission and others, which are working to transfer our national sovereignty into some type of regional government on the road to a global, one-world governmental structure.”

The dictatorship of the proletariat is obviously impractical. But the dictatorship of the international bankers and their clients, the multinational corporations apparently is not.

Peter Worthingon, Toronto Sun founder and journalist

Peter Worthingon, Toronto Sun founder and journalist

All the information on the North American Union was on the table for journalist Peter Worthington for about a decade before he died. And yet, rather than warn us, he kept quiet. And when the Communist father of anti-nationalist Justin Trudeau needed white-washing to assure the rise of the son to finish his father’s work, Worthington ignored the impending termination of Canada initiated by Pierre Trudeau, and exonerated the Communist.

As if Canada is not on the brink of dissolution into a Communist regional union (for which purpose Trudeau himself ordered Lévesque to set up the Communist PQ so that he could “negotiate” with it to dismantle the country.)

His genetic descendent will apparently inherit that opportunity.

 

Conclusion

And yet, journalist Peter Worthington (you know, one of those people who are supposed to tell us the facts), in 2012, publicly absolved Pierre Elliott Trudeau by declaring that “his policies and ideology that were alien to our traditions” were only “potentially damaging to the country”.

In other words, looking back on over four decades of criminal subversion, including:

(a) two divisive and illegal referendums (1980, 1995) whose real purpose was to create a COMMUNIST State of Quebec, and which damaged the economy, cost jobs and sent families flying across the continent to escape the potential aftermath;

(b) the ongoing erosion of Canada instituted by Trudeau’s co-creation of the Communist Parti Québécois to dismantle Canada;

(c) and all this while we are now on the brink of the final dismantling for annexation due to Trudeau’s continental “policy” of north-south integration through so-called “trade deals” with Red friends in America such as Red Ronnie (i.e, Communist Ronald Reagan, who was groomed by General Electric, of the infamous Broadway triangle, to merely appear conservative) …

… according to Worthington, no damage whatsoever was done to Canada by our de facto, not de jure, Communist prime minister, Pierre Elliott Trudeau.

Said Worthington, clearing the royal road to the top for Justin:

Whatever Justin Trudeau is, he isn’t his father“.

The Edmund Burke Society once called Peter Worthington an “armchair anti-communist”.

It is obvious to me, that newspaperman Peter Worthington was never an anti-communist at all. Nor was he a journalist worthy of the name.

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1 Reports on Separatism, subtitled “the indexed digest of events across Canada concerning Confederation, national unity, bilingualism and biculturalism”, (published twice monthly).

2 We have Communist Voting in Canada. For real. It’s called the Quebec referendums. The Reds call it “democratic”, but the purpose of the vote, a COMMUNIST state of Quebec, has never been mentioned in the QUESTION. And, certainly, the “secession bench” of the Supreme Court of Canada in 1998 never mentioned it. Isn’t that odd? And it doesn’t come up in the so-called Clarity Act.

And, if you do not eventually vote YES here in Canada, as required, there is always the underlying threat that FLQ-style violence may return. After all, in 1964, René Lévesque was reported in the daily press as having told two different groups of high-school students that if the “rest of Canada” refuses to give Quebec “associate state” status, the children could resort to “guns and dynamite”. So, the guy in the picture with the gun (at left), and the basket piled with YES votes beside the empty NO basket — that’s how we do it here in Canada, too. (In fact, there’s good reason to believe the Communists STUFF the “YES” vote. But that’ll be another post.)

3 :French original:

Épisode 5 : Du PLQ au PQ
En décembre 1964, René Lévesque, alors ministre dans le gouvernement de Jean Lesage, en choque plus d’un en déclarant qu’il n’est pas séparatiste mais qu’il pourrait le devenir. Après la défaite du PLQ en juin 1966, René Lévesque et des collègues du parti — le Groupe de la Réforme — commencent à définir ce que serait la souveraineté-association. En juillet 1967, Charles de Gaulle lance les fameux mots incendiaires : « Vive le Québec libre! ». En octobre cette même année, René Lévesque et son groupe de fidèles quittent le Parti libéral. Cet épisode retrace aussi la création du Parti québécois, en octobre 1968.
— “Point de mire sur René Lévesque”, Radio-CBC, Première chaîne (Radio en profondeur)

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Fidel Castro est le Dernier Patriarche Mondial : Alexandre Trudeau

Sous-titre : L’adoration bizarre de Fidel Castro par la famille de Justin Trudeau

Mardi soir, le 12 octobre 2012 dans sa circonscription libérale de Papineau à Montréal, le parlementaire fédéral, Justin Trudeau, a tenu un rassemblement pour annoncer sa candidature à la chefferie du Parti libéral du Canada (PLC).

La presse et les médias, notamment le Huffington Post basé à Washington, semblent viser un autre « couronnement » d’un autre Trudeau.

Isn’t he dreamy? Justin TrudeauHuffington vend agressivement le député inexpérimenté qui à l’âge de 41 ans est toujours inaccompli, de la même manière qu’on a vendu son père en 1968 : à savoir, comme masculin.

Il skie, il fait de la boxe, il est fêtard. Faisant bien évidemment la promotion du candidat, Huffington a atteint un niveau inquiétant du parti pris en offrant entre autre un livre électronique édité dans quatre acomptes ainsi qu’un vaste album de photos du style de vie divertissant du petit enfant riche.

Bref, étant donné le manque de qualifications pertinentes, on vend ce qu’on a, et on le vend agressivement. ( Yes, we have no bananas ! )

Encore, tout comme en 1968, la question-clé de l’appui des Trudeaus du communisme est étouffée en l’ignorant, ou à l’avance parée par les apologistes inattendus ( un article s’en vient sur Peter Worthington, adversaire anti-communiste de Pierre Trudeau ).

Au sujet de Justin Trudeau, vous dites : ‘Il est millionnaire ; pourquoi soutiendrait-il le communisme ?

Je vous répond: son père était millionnaire : il a soutenu le communisme. Les millionnaires ont établi le communisme ; les financiers internationales et les sociétés multinationales ont construit l’Union Sovietique ; Wall Street finançait le régime Bolchevique ; les plus riches du monde subventionnaient la destruction de la Russie afin de faire surgir l’URSS ; Ils ont tourné le dos tandis que ses citoyens mouraient dans des camps de travail forcé pour l’accomplir.

Je vous invite à jeter un coup d’oeil sur un album de photos très différent que ni le Huffington Post et ni apparemment la presse et les autres médias ne prennent soin de mettre en évidence.

Celui-ci illustre les relations bizarres et intimes du clan entier des Trudeaus avec un dictateur communiste. Le frère de Justin, Alexandre Trudeau, a sans contrainte indiqué la profondeur et les effets de ces relations dans une élégie sincère au dictateur qu’il a écrit en anglais pour le Toronto Sun et en français pour le La Presse en 2006.

L’occasion fut l’anniversaire du dictateur, Fidel Castro, qui avait atteint l’âge de 80, et qui avait remis ses responsabilités à son propre frère, le vice-président cubain Raúl Castro. ( Raúl a assumé la pleine présidence en 2008. )

L’amitié personnelle de Pierre Trudeau et de son épouse et leurs trois fils avec Fidel Castro, est politiquement problématique. Quel était exactement l’effet de cette amitié intime de sa famille entière avec Castro sur Justin Trudeau ?

Un des trois fils (le défunt “Micha-Miche”) était un favori personnel de Castro ; l’autre fils — Alexandre — est clairement sous le charme de Castro. La mère qui a suscité chez ses trois fils un attachement excessif à Fidel Castro, elle-même avait déclaré que Castro était « l’homme vivant le plus sexy ». Ajoutons à cela que l’instabilité mentale de la mère est bien connue.

L’article d’Alexandre de 2006 est remarquable non seulement par son manque de discernement moral normal, mais pour le lavage de cerveau communiste complet de son auteur qu’il indique. Des journalistes responsables devraient remettre en cause l’état d’esprit du frère de l’auteur : candidat à la chefferie du Parti libéral du Canada.

Élevé dans le même environnement, avec le même ami cubain spécial, par deux parents qui ont adoré incritiquablement Fidel Castro, Justin — un homme sans accomplissements particuliers, sauf pour sa capacité de dépenser l’argent de son père — voudrait devenir premier ministre du Canada.

Tandis que certains journalistes se précipitent pour affranchir Justin du pro-communisme de son père, personne ne fait ce qui est évidemment nécessaire.

Justin embrasse Fidel Castro sur la mort de son père, le communiste Pierre TrudeauOn devrait demander à Justin Trudeau ce qu’il pense à propos d’un gouvernement mondial, de l’Union nord-américaine, et oui, du communisme. ( Je pourrais répondre à ces questions pour lui, mais Je ne le ferai pas en cet article. )

Fidel a assisté à l’enterrement de Pierre Trudeau à Montréal en septembre 2000. À gauche, Castro est vu embrasser Justin.

 

Voici l’article préoccupant rédigé par Alexandre Trudeau, frère de Justin Trudeau, comme monument à Fidel Castro, bien aimé de la famille Trudeau.

 
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À L’exception Du Vieux Mandela, Fidel Castro Est Le Dernier Patriarche Mondial

Alexandre Trudeau

15 août 2006

L’ami Fidel
par
Alexandre Trudeau

La Presse

Fils de l’ancien premier ministre canadien Pierre Eliott Trudeau, l’auteur est journaliste et documentariste.
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J’ai grandi en sachant que, dans le panthéon de nos liaisons et amitiés familiales, Fidel Castro était parmi nos plus intimes. À la maison, nous gardions une photo de Fidel, dans son complet militaire, portant dans ses bras mon frère Michel qui n’était alors qu’un bébé joufflu. Lors de cette première rencontre, en 1976, Fidel avait même donné à Michel son surnom définitif: « Micha-Miche ».

Fidel Castro, Pierre Trudeau, Margaret Trudeau, Micha-Miche, Michel (1976)Quelques années plus tard, je me rappelle d’une occasion où Michel pleurait à ma mère en disant qu’il n’avait pas autant d’amis que mon frère et moi. Ma mère lui a simplement dit qu’il avait le plus grand ami de tous, que lui, il avait Fidel.

C’est ainsi que, pour mon frère Justin et moi, Cuba était réservée à Michel. Si quelqu’un devait accompagner mon père lors de ses visites à Cuba, c’était toujours Michel. Ce n’est donc seulement qu’après le décès de Michel et de mon père que j’ai eu la chance de faire la connaissance de Fidel et de son pays.

Fidel n’a rien d’un politicien. Il est plutôt de la race des aventuriers, voire même des grands chercheurs scientifiques. Fidel ne fait pas de politique. Il fait la révolution.

Fidel vit en effet pour apprendre et pour mettre ses connaissances au service de la révolution qui, comme sa quête du savoir, ne s’achèvera jamais. La révolution, pour Fidel, est une oeuvre de la raison qui ne pourra que mener l’humanité vers une justice toujours plus grande, un ordre social toujours plus parfait.

Fidel est aussi l’homme le plus curieux qu’il m’ait été donné de rencontrer. Il veut tout savoir. Plus encore, il sait ce qu’il ne sait pas, et donc, quand il rencontre quelqu’un, il cherche immédiatement à identifier ce qu’il pourrait apprendre de cette personne. Il maîtrise l’interrogatoire socratique. C’est un expert sur la génétique, sur les automobiles, sur les marchés boursiers. C’est un expert sur tout.

Cet immense intellect, combiné à son physique d’Hercule et à son courage sans égal, font de Fidel le géant qu’il est. Il frise le surhomme.

Mon père nous avait raconté, qu’une fois, il avait voulu faire de la plongée à Cuba et que Fidel l’avait amené au site le plus magique de l’île. Fidel lui avait fournit l’équipement et la bouteille, mais lui n’en faisait pas par contre. Mon père est donc descendu tout seul. Rendu à soixante pieds de profondeur, c’est alors qu’il a réalisé que Fidel était à côté de lui. Il s’y était rendu sans bouteille et, couteau à la main, il arrachait des oursins du fond de la mer en souriant. Une fois à la surface, Fidel et mon père ont dégusté les oursins crus avec un peu de jus de lime.
 

Fidel Castro Homme Poisson

Un anachronisme

Dimanche, l’ami Fidel a eu 80 ans. Et voilà qu’il y a deux semaines, pour la première fois depuis la révolution de 1959, Castro a délaissé les rênes du pouvoir en les cédant temporairement à son frère Raùl. Dans tous les journaux du monde, on a dit alors d’un ton solennel que même les géants sont mortels et qu’aucune révolution n’est éternelle. On prépare déjà l’espace que devra faire l’Histoire à cet anachronisme qu’est devenu Fidel: le visionnaire d’antan dans un monde depuis longtemps devenu monde de gestionnaires, ce monument du vingtième siècle encore debout au vingt-et-unième.

On spécule aussi sur l’avenir de Cuba sans Castro. Il est toutefois curieux de remarquer que, pendant que le monde entier s’énerve, les Cubains, eux, font mine de rien. Les plus rusés de mes amis cubains disent même que ce petit recul du pouvoir qu’effectue Castro n’est qu’une stratégie du Jefe, un petit test, et qu’il sera bientôt de retour. Ils affirment que, d’une part, Castro permet ainsi aux Cubains, et surtout à la machine d’État cubaine, de s’habituer aux directives de son frère et successeur désigné, Raùl. D’autre part, Castro peut ainsi observer comment le monde, et surtout les États-Unis, réagiront à son ultime départ.

Castro HerculesLes Cubains demeurent très fiers de Castro, même ceux qui ne partagent pas sa vision. Ils savent qu’ils ont le plus vaillant et le plus brillant des chefs. S’ils respectent son machismo intellectuel, la présence de Castro leur est tout de même lourde à porter. Il leur arrive parfois de s’en plaindre, comme des adolescents qui se plaignent d’un père trop contrôlant et trop exigeant. Le Jefe voit tout et sait tout, disent-ils. Certains jeunes Cubains m’ont souvent demandé si je pouvais m’imaginer ce que c’était de vivre dans un monde où on est toujours surveillé, critiqué, jugé. Tu ne peux jamais apprendre par toi-même. Le Jefe sait toujours mieux que toi ce qui est bon pour toi. Ça en devient suffocant à la longue, disent-ils.

J’ai un jour fait la connaissance d’un jeune Cubain dans la petite ville de Remédios, où il y travaillait comme rouleur de cigares. J’ai appris que nous partagions le même auteur favori, Fiodor Dostoïevski. Quand je lui ai témoigné mon émerveillement pour son appréciation de la littérature russe, il me répondit: « Oui, Fidel m’a appris à lire et à penser, mais regarde ce qu’il me fait faire avec mon éducation: rouler des cigares! »

Lettré mais très pauvre

Cuba sous Castro est un pays lettré et en santé mais très pauvre. Les historiens noteront par contre que jamais, dans l’ère moderne, une superpuissance a-t-elle été plus malicieuse et vilaine envers un petit pays que ne l’ont été les États-Unis envers Cuba. Dès le début, les États-Unis n’ont fourni aucun autre choix à Castro que de se soumettre et leur céder son autorité ou de leur tenir tête. Castro leur a tenu tête et a ainsi dû entraîner tout le peuple cubain dans cette dialectique infertile. Les Cubains en souffrent, s’en plaignent, mais ne blâment généralement pas Castro. En outre, les États-Unis ne manquent jamais l’occasion de faire savoir au peuple cubain toute la hargne qu’ils éprouvent envers ce petit pays voisin qui ose leur tenir tête.

Castro SupermanÀ l’exception du vieux Mandela, déjà depuis longtemps à la retraite, Fidel Castro est le dernier patriarche mondial. La raison, la révolution et la vertu deviennent pour nous des concepts de plus en plus abstraits. Nous ne verrons peut-être plus de patriarches.

Nous devons donc penser à la disparition du dernier patriarche sous un angle psychanalytique. La mort du père ne marque jamais notre libération de celui-ci, au contraire. La mort d’un père si immense et impressionnant que Castro l’immortalise plutôt dans l’esprit de ses enfants. Il est vrai que les Cubains abandonneront sans doute assez rapidement l’orthodoxie communiste de la révolution. Dès la levée de l’embargo américain, ce qui ne saura tarder dès après la disparition de Castro, ils se verront tentés par le capital et les valeurs américaines qui inonderont alors le pays, ouvrant des possibilités d’épanouissement et de déchéance jusqu’alors inaccessibles.

Castro PatriarcheIl n’y a pas de doute que Cuba sans Castro ne pourra demeurer inchangée. Mais tous les Cubains continueront à subir l’influence de Castro. Qu’ils le veuillent ou non, ils continueront à se faire interpeller par sa voix, par ses questions et par l’inlassable projection de sa raison qui exigera d’eux, qu’ils l’écoutent ou non, de défendre l’intégrité cubaine et de chercher en tout temps l’excellence et la justice.

Pour une génération à venir, les Cubains seront hantés par l’image d’une société qui n’a jamais existée et qui n’existera jamais, mais dont leur chef, le plus brillant et obsédé de tous, n’a jamais arrêté de croire qu’elle pouvait et devait exister. À quelque part, ils se sentiront toujours choyés, qu’eux, les Cubains, ont eu Fidel.

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The Last Days of the Patriarch: by Alexandre Trudeau

Foreword:

Bizarre Adoration of Castro by the Trudeau Clan

On Tuesday evening, October 12th, 2012 in his Liberal riding of Papineau in Montreal, federal member of parliament, Justin Trudeau, held a rally to announce his bid for the Liberal leadership.

Isn’t he dreamy? Justin TrudeauPress and media, notably the Washington-based Huffington Post, appear to be aiming at another “Trudeau coronation”. Huffington is hard-selling the inexperienced and unaccomplished 41-year-old Justin the way his father was sold in 1968: as masculine. Among its disturbingly obvious political campaign offerings is a 4-part e-book and an extensive photo album of the little rich kid’s lifestyle.

And again, as in ’68, all question of the Trudeaus’ support of Communism is either stifled by ignoring it, or countered in advance by unexpected apologists (a separate post is coming on Peter Worthington, anti-communist opponent of the original Trudeau).

He’s a millionaire, you say; why would he support communism?

His father was a millionaire: he supported communism. Millionaires built communism; international banks and multinational corporations built the USSR; they financed the Bolshevik Revolution; they paid to Sovietize Russia; they looked the other way while its citizens died in slave labor camps to get it done.

I invite you to view a very different family album which neither the Huffington Post nor apparently anyone else is bringing to light.

This one illustrates the bizarre, intimate relationship of the entire Trudeau clan with a Communist dictator. Justin’s brother, Alexandre, unselfconsciously revealed the depth and effects of that relationship in 2006 in a heart-felt elegy to the dictator which he penned in English for the Toronto Sun and in French for La Presse.

The occasion was the birthday of the dictator, Fidel Castro, who had turned 80, and who had handed his responsibilities over to his own brother, Vice-President Raúl Castro. (Raúl assumed the full presidency in 2008.)

The personal friendship of Pierre Trudeau and of his wife and three sons with Fidel Castro, is politically problematic. What, precisely, was the effect on Justin Trudeau of this close personal family relationship with Castro?

One son (the late Micha) was a personal favorite of Castro’s; the other son — Alexandre — is clearly under the Castro spell. The mother who raised her sons to adore Fidel, had herself declared that Castro was the ‘sexiest man alive’. Add to this that the mother’s mental instability is well known.

Alexandre’s 2006 article is not only remarkable for its lack of normal moral discernment, but for the apparently thorough Communist brainwashing of its author that it reveals. Responsible journalists should be questioning the frame of mind of the author’s brother: Liberal leadership candidate, Justin Trudeau.

Raised in the same environment, with the same special Cuban friend, by two parents who uncritically adored Castro, Justin — a man with no particular accomplishments but his ability to spend his father’s money — would like to be Prime Minister of Canada.

While some journalists rush to absolve Justin of his father’s Communist past, none are doing what is obviously necessary.

Justin embracing Fidel Castro on the death of his father, the CommunistJustin Trudeau should be asked what he thinks of world government, North American Union, and yes, Communism. (I could answer those questions for him, but I won’t do that in this post.)

Here is the troubling article penned by Justin Trudeau’s brother Alexandre as a monument to the Trudeau family’s beloved Fidel Castro. Fidel attended Pierre Trudeau’s funeral in Montreal in September 2000. At left, Castro is seen embracing Justin.
 

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EXCLUSIVE: Pierre Trudeau had a friendship with Fidel Castro that went beyond politics. It was a mutual admiration between two men who put their unmatched intellects at the service of their country. On Castro’s 80th birthday, an essay by Alexandre Trudeau.

EXCLUSIVE Alexandre Trudeau; Toronto; Aug 13, 2006; pg. A.4
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Alexandre TrudeauI grew up knowing that Fidel Castro had a special place among my family’s friends. We had a picture of him at home: a great big man with a beard who wore military fatigues and held my baby brother Michel in his arms. When he met my little brother in 1976, he even gave him a nickname that would stick with him his whole life: “Micha-Miche.”

A few years later, when Michel was around 8 years old, I remember him complaining to my mother that my older brother and I both had more friends than he did. My mother told him that, unlike us, he had the greatest friend of all: he had Fidel.

Fidel Castro, Pierre Trudeau, Margaret Trudeau, Micha-Miche, Michel (1976)
For many years, Cuba remained Michel’s exclusive realm; whenever someone would accompany my father there, it would naturally be Michel. It wasn’t until after both my father’s and brother’s deaths that I got a chance to visit Fidel and his country, Cuba.

Fidel may have been at first a political contact of my father’s but their relationship was much more than that. It was extra-political.

Indeed, like my father, in private, Fidel is not a politician. He is more in the vein of a great adventurer or a great scientific mind. Fidel doesn’t really do politics. He is a revolutionary.

He lives to learn and to put his knowledge in the service of the revolution. For Fidel, revolution is really a work of reason. In his view, revolution, when rigorously adopted, cannot fail to lead humanity towards ever greater justice, towards an ever more perfect social order.

Fidel is also the most curious man that I have ever met. He wants to know all there is to be known. He is famous for not sleeping, instead spending the night studying and learning.

He also knows what he doesn’t know, and when he meets you he immediately seeks to identify what he might learn from you. Once he has ascertained an area of expertise that might be of interest, he begins with his questions. One after the other. He synthesizes information quickly and gets back to you with ever deeper and more complex questions, getting more and more excited as he illuminates, through his Socratic interrogation, new parcels of knowledge and understanding he might add to his own mental library.

His intellect is one of the most broad and complete that can be found. He is an expert on genetics, on automobile combustion engines, on stock markets. On everything.

Combined with a Herculean physique and extraordinary personal courage, this monumental intellect makes Fidel the giant that he is.

He is something of a superman. My father once told us how he had expressed to Fidel his desire to do some diving in Cuba. Fidel took him to the most enchanting spot on the island and set him up with equipment and a tank. He stood back as my father geared up and began to dive alone.

When my father had reached a depth of around 60 feet, he realized that Fidel was down there with him, that he had descended without a tank and that there he was with a knife in hand prying sea urchins off the ocean floor, grinning.

Back on the surface, they feasted on the raw sea urchins, seasoned with lime juice.

Fidel Castro, the Merman

An anachronism

Fidel turns 80 years old today. A couple of weeks ago, he shocked the world by turning power over to his brother Raul after holding it without interruption since the 1959 revolution. In newspapers across the world, pundits solemnly declared that even giants are mortal and that no revolution is eternal. Historians even began to prepare the space that will be granted Fidel in history books.

Fidel may seem an anachronism: a visionary statesman in a world where his kind have long since been replaced by mere managers, a 20th-century icon still present in the 21st century.

There is also wild speculation about what fate awaits Cuba after Castro. It is important to note, however, that while the whole world works itself up about the matter, Cubans themselves play it cool. Some of my shrewder Cuban friends even say that this temporary withdrawal from power is another one of Castro’s clever strategies; that it is something of a test and that he will soon be back at the helm. They say that, on one hand, Castro is allowing the Cuban people, and more specifically the Cuban state apparatus, to become accustomed to the leadership of his brother Raul. On the other hand, Castro is carefully watching for hints as to how the world ? and, more importantly, the United States ? will react to his final departure.

Castro HerculesCubans remain very proud of Castro, even those who don’t share his vision. They know that, among the world’s many peoples, they have the most audacious and brilliant of leaders. They respect his intellectual machismo and rigour.

But Castro’s leadership can be something of a burden, too. They do occasionally complain, often as an adolescent might complain about a too strict and demanding father. The Jefe (chief) sees all and knows all, they might say.

In particular, young Cubans have told me that an outsider cannot ever really imagine what it is like to live in such a hermetic society, where everyone has an assigned spot and is watched and judged carefully. You can never really learn on your own, they might say. The Jefe always knows what is best for you. It can be suffocating, they say.

I met a young man in the small provincial town of Remedios who worked there as a cigar roller. We shared a great love for the works of Dostoyevsky. When I expressed to him my excitement at meeting a fellow aficionado of Russian literature, he flatly told me:

“Yes, Fidel has taught me to read and to think, but look what work he sets me out to do with this education: I roll cigars!”

Literate but very poor

Cuba under Castro is a remarkably literate and healthy country, but it is undeniably poor. Historians will note, however, that never in modern times has a small, peaceful country been more subjected to unfair and malicious treatment by a superpower than Cuba has by the United States.

From the very start, the United States never gave Castro’s Cuba a choice. Either Castro had to submit himself and his people to America’s will or he had to hold his ground against them.

Which is what he did, in the process drawing the Cuban people into this taxing dialectic that continues to this day. Cubans pay the price and may occasionally complain of their fate, but they rarely blame Castro. The United States never fails to make the Cuban people well aware of its spite for this small neighbouring country that dares to be independent.

Castro SupermanWith the possible exception of Nelson Mandela, already well into retirement, Fidel is the last of the global patriarchs. Reason, revolution and virtue are becoming more and more distant and abstract concepts. We will perhaps never see another patriarch.

We thus have to conceive of the departure of the last patriarch in psychoanalytical terms. The death of the father doesn’t signal our liberation from him ? quite the contrary. The death of a father so grand and present as Castro will, rather, immortalize him in the minds of his children.

Castro PatriarcheIt is true that Cubans may eventually cast away the communist orthodoxy of the revolution. They will become tempted by American capital and values as soon as the embargo against them is lifted, something that will surely follow in the not so distant future. They will have new opportunities for individual fulfillment and downfall. Without a doubt, Cuba without Castro will not remain unchanged.

But Cubans will continue to be subjected to Castro’s influence. Whether they like it or not, they will continue to be called out by his voice, by his questions, by his inescapable rationality, which, whether they heed its call or not, demands they defend the integrity of Cuba and urges them to seek justice and excellence in all things.

For a generation to come, they will be haunted by the vision of a society that never existed and probably never will exist, but which their once-leader, the most brilliant and obsessed of all, never stopped believing could exist and should exist.

Cubans will always feel privileged that they, and they alone, had Fidel.

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"Red" Harper? Canada's Fed Financing Quebec Radical Communists

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/

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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