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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Simon Reisman (FTA negotiator) Suspected Communist Subversive: RCMP

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I have obtained an authentic copy of an old draft article by noted journalist Peter Worthington (born February 16, 1927) which contains names of suspected Communists in the federal government of Canada, as revealed in the RCMP’s now-quashed “Featherbed File”.

Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau squelched the Featherbed file with an Order-in-Council before he left office.  Trudeau himself was named in it as a suspected Communist subversive.

Many headlines could be drawn from this article. However, the one that comes to my mind first is that Sol Simon Reisman, who negotiated the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement (FTA), was a suspected Communist subversive. RCMP Featherbed investigators objected in vain to the renewal of Reisman’s high-level security clearance with the federal government of Canada.

In 1982, Trudeau ordered a royal commission convened:  the Royal Commission on the Economic Union and Development Prospects for Canada, known as the Macdonald Commission, and chaired by Trudeau’s friend and co-Bilderberger, Liberal Minister of Finance, Donald Stovel Macdonald.

The Macdonald Commission reported to Conservative Prime Minister Brian Mulroney in 1985.  It recommended free trade with the USA, and the conversion of Canada to a socialist welfare state.

Sol Simon Reisman, Free Trade negotiator, and RCMP suspected communist subversive

Sol Simon Reisman, Free Trade negotiator, and RCMP suspected communist subversive

In May of 1986, Canadian and American negotiators began to work out a so-called trade deal, known as the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement (FTA).  The Canadian team was led by former deputy Minister of Finance Simon Reisman and the American side by Peter O. Murphy, former deputy United States trade representative in Geneva.

The FTA was deepened by the coming into force on January 1, 1994 of NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement involving Canada, the USA and Mexico, and spanning the continent.

A number of informed and well placed observers have identified the NAFTA and the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) which followed it on the pretext of so-called terrorist attacks of September 2001, as the building blocks of a North American Union modeled on the European Union.  Today, The European Union is called both Marxist and “post-democratic” by some members of the press and intellectuals such as Professor John Fonte.

American Charlotte Iserbyt has warned of an impending North American Soviet Union, citing Mikhail Gorbachev who in 2002 called the European Union the “New European Soviet”.

American-Lithuanian Vilius Bražėnas viewed the series of trade deals on this continent in a similar light.  Bražėnas, a survivor of Communism, died on October 3, 2010 at the age of 97.  In his final passionate articles, he warned against the FTA, NAFTA, the FTAA and related trade-zone accords as tantamount to a multiple coup-d’état which in the end would impose a Communist regional union in North America.

Former Soviet dissident, Vladimir Bukovsky, who survived over a decade as a prisoner of Soviet mental hospitals, has warned on video and in print that the European Union is “the old Soviet model in western guise.”

Is anyone listening? I know I am.

U.S. Congressman Lawrence Patton McDonald, April 1 1935 to September 1, 1983

U.S. Congressman Lawrence Patton McDonald, April 1 1935 to September 1, 1983

In particular because U.S. Congressman Lawrence Patton McDonald in 1983 publicly warned America that the Marxist Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and the Marxist Trilateral Commission and other related non-governmental entities were pushing for a Communist regional union through a series of apparently harmless trade deals.

In the words of Congressman McDonald himself on Crossfire, speaking of the CFR and related circles of elites:
 

“[T]heir objective is to try to bring about a gradual transition in our society -– a dissolving of sovereignty -– and a moving steadily to the left on the political spectrum.”

Canada’s FTA under Reisman certainly shifts Canada to the left while initiating the North American merger process.

Speaking specifically of the CFR during an interview with Larry McDonald on the television program Crossfire, McDonald said:

Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)[Y]ou are looking at a group (the CFR et als) that has worked to bring about a dissolution of national sovereignties on the road to world government.”

McDonald then quotes Arthur Schlesinger in the May-June 1947 issue of the Partisan Review:

”He [Schlesinger] said that the objective -– the secret policy of which we can’t tell the American public because they’re not sophisticated enough to see the value — is that through a steady result of erosion of NEW DEALS, we bring the American society steadily to the left, and through a signed concept of benign containment, we merge into the vital center of the socialist left.  Those were his words, not mine.”

Congressman McDonald continues further on replying to Crossfire host Pat Buchanan’s question whether the concept of the UN as the basis of a world government is not passé:

”Well, I think there are those who realize that moving straight from a prototype of the United Nations into world government perhaps is tactically impossible.  But phasing out increasingly national sovereignty into REGIONAL GOVERNMENT and phasing out sovereignties into international treaties ….” is the order of the day.

Today, with these warnings in mind, I invite you to read Peter Worthington’s old draft article exposing the chief negotiator of the FTA — which forms the initial basis of a clearly incoming REGIONAL UNION in North America — as someone the RCMP had warned the federal government not to trust because he likely was a Communist subversive.

However, the warnings fell on deaf ears, no doubt because the very Prime Minister’s Office the RCMP attempted to alert was itself already infested with one-world government types and suspected Communist subversives such as Soviet agent Lester B. Pearson, and Soviet mole Pierre Elliott Trudeau.

As a consequence, the very basis of Communist regional union in North America was negotiated by someone Canada’s national police and security apparatus long believed to be a Communist subversive.

Following is an exclusive typed transcript made by me from Worthington’s own typed, draft article, which he hand-edited.

For ease of reading, i am retyping the draft clean, without indicating Mr. Worthington’s deletions and insertions.  Images and captions have been added by me.

TRANSCRIPT — DRAFT — THE FEATHERBED FILE
by Peter Worthington (circa 1979)

(Scan of actual draft article is embedded below)

Operation Featherbed, a 14-year RCMP investigation into suspected subversives in high places, tried to warn the federal government it was being systematically infiltrated.

Trudeau, Pearson, Diefenbaker ignore RCMP warnings of high-level communist penetration of Canada

Trudeau, Pearson, Diefenbaker ignore RCMP warnings of high-level communist penetration of Canada

But the governments of John Diefenbaker, Lester Pearson, and Pierre Trudeau dismissed the Featherbed warnings as unsubstantiated Communist witch-hunting.

Besides, it would have been too embarrassing to repudiate people their governments had promoted to positions of influence.

Featherbed suspected that Communist infiltration of the federal bureaucracy had been set in train in 1923 with the co-option of O.D. Skelton, renowned as the “father of the civil service”.

The Featherbed analysts concluded that over the years, any promising “agents of influence” were talent-spotted at Communist study clubs in universities and brought into the civil service.

Inside, a shadowy network promoted “birds of a feather,” which gave the operation its code-name.

Robert Bryce (1984)

Robert Bryce (1984)

Among the more prominent (civil servant) subjects of Featherbed investigation were Robert Bryce, who rose from the Finance Ministry to the top post as cabinet secretary; his successor as deputy minister of finance, Sol Simon Reisman; and the husband-and-wife team of Bernard and Sylvia Ostry.1
Bernard Ostry, suspected by RCMP as being a Communist subversive

Bernard Ostry, suspected by RCMP as being a Communist subversive

Bernard Ostry became deputy minister of communications despite RCMP objections.  He was recently appoint(ed) at $65,000 a year as government special adviser on culture and communications based in Paris.

Sylvia Ostry, suspected by the RCMP as being a Communist subversive

Sylvia Ostry, suspected by the RCMP as being a Communist subversive

Sylvia Ostry, former chief of Statistics Canada, the Economic Council of Canada, and deputy minister of consumer and corporate affairs, was appointed last fall to head the economics and statistics branch of the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris.

Soviet mole Pierre Trudeau and Soviet espionage agent Lester Pearson

Soviet mole Pierre Trudeau and Soviet espionage agent Lester Pearson

Operation Featherbed also plumbed the pasts of prime ministers Lester Pearson and Pierre Trudeau — Trudeau for his travels to Warsaw, Moscow, Peking and Havana, Pearson for allegedly having supplied information while a diplomat, that was transmitted to Moscow by a U.S. spy ring.

(Trudeau once called for his Featherbed file, “chuckled” as he read the report about his travels, associations and indiscretions, and sent it back to RCMP files).

Featherbed began as a search for suspected Communist subversives in the hierarchy of the civil service, branched out delving into university professors, lawyers, the media and trade unions.

It involved extensive surveillance, wiretapping and bugging under the code-name Operation Mercury (Featherbed was the analytical side).  The winnowed-down conclusions were summarized in a thick, black-edged book that held the names of 245 “professional” people as members of the Communist Party secret underground in Canada.

Not all the subjects of initial investigation found their way into the wrap-up black book.

Featherbed opened files on 87 CBC staffers as suspected subversives but there was no evidence of any operating network and only a handful were named in the final summation.

Tim Buck, head of the Communist Party in Canada

Tim Buck, head of the Communist Party in Canada

And Featherbed never learned the identity of “our agent in Canadian Press” that Communist Party of Canada chief Tim Buck frequently boasted about to his mistress, Bess Nascolo.  A bug in Nascolo’s house on Jones Ave., Toronto, picked up the drunken boasts after a shipment of Russian embassy vodka.

Featherbed believed that Lewis Rasminsky, former governor of the Bank of Canada, was only flirting with Communism when he attended party cell meetings in the Depression, as many disillusioned people did, and that he had rejected the ideology.

After a Featherbed investigation, the RCMP Security Service blocked the intended 1969 appointment of Grace Hartman to the government’s national commission on the status of women.  She became head of the Canadian Union of Public Employees.

Featherbed also conducted an investigation of Shirley Carr, vice-president of the Canadian Labor Congress.

What prompted Featherbed’s start in 1958 was an accusation by the U.S. Senate Internal Sub-Committee that Robert Bryce had been a member of a Communist closed party cell at Harvard university in 1935-37.

Herbert Norman, a known Communist, killed himself rather than expose 70 or more other Soviet agents

Herbert Norman, a known Communist, killed himself rather than expose 70 or more other Soviet agents

The subcommittee the previous year had cited Herbert Norman, then ambassador to Cairo, as a Communist.

Norman leaped to his death in Cairo a day after he told his doctor that if he were called to testify in a royal commission, he would to identify 60 to 70 Canadians as Communists.

Norman was a good friend of Lester Pearson and Robert Bryce and Pearson’s denunciation of U.S. interference in Canadian affairs caused the jittery RCMP brass to sever relations with the FBI.

When they were resumed, the FBI handed the information about the Silvermaster spy ring to the RCMP.  The ring’s courier, Elizabeth Bentley, told the FBI that Norman was a source of information sent to Moscow.

John Grierson, suspected but not charged with Soviet espionage (his secretary, Freida Linton, was charged)

John Grierson, suspected but not charged with Soviet espionage (his secretary, Freida Linton, was charged)

She also said that she had reported to her Soviet at spy handlers that Pearson also had been a source of information, along with John Grierson, head of the National Film Board, and his secretary, Freda Linton.

Featherbed was launched with the concept that the Silvermaster ring — which led to the indictments of Alger Hiss, assistant to the U.S. Secretary of State, and Harry Dexter White, a senior official in the U.S. Treasury Department — had its counterpart in Ottawa.

The initial investigation turned up 12 suspected equivalents in the Ottawa civil service hierarchy.  The files on the dozen were taken away by W. H. Kelly, director of RCMP Security and Intelligence, and never returned to Featherbed investigators.

After the U.S. subcommittees naming Bryce, he voluntarily went to RCMP headquarters to explain.

He admitted having attended Communist party study cells at Harvard and contended to his RCMP questioners that “you’re making too much of it.  I was only flirting with the Communists.”

Featherbed with the help of the FBI investigated his claim but concluded that Bryce had played a greater role in the study cells than he owned up to.

Harold "Kim" Philby, British Secret Service (MI6), in a 1955 file photo

Harold “Kim” Philby, British Secret Service (MI6), in a 1955 file photo

The delving also turned up a class parade photo taken at Trinity College, Cambridge, in the early 1930s. [Sitting] in the front row were Bryce, Lester Pearson, Herbert Norman and Kim Philby.

Philby went on to penetrate and sell out British Intelligence as a Soviet KGB master agent and now lives in Moscow.  The picture raised questions but answered none.

RCMP of Operation Mercury put Bryce under surveillance for many months but found nothing incriminating.

The Mercury Mounties wiretapped Simon Reisman for a long time and intercepted phone calls from a Russian embassy military attache identified as “A. Lobatchev.”

The RCMP Watching Service glued on to Reisman but never found him meeting with Lobatchev.  However, Featherbed found that Reisman’s wife had attended a Communist party training school in Port Hope, Ont., in 1954.

When Reisman’s top security clearance came up for renewal, the RCMP put in a report that it shouldn’t be renewed.  But the government’s security screening panel disagreed.

Bernard Ostry was the subject of RCMP surveillance under the code-name “Apache.”  That came after British Intelligence reported in 1962 that Ostry had attended a meeting of the Communist Party of Britain.

The Watching Service reported that Ostry had met Russian Intelligence Service agent Rem Krassilnikov at the Green Gables restaurant in Ottawa.

The RCMP took Bernard Ostry’s file to Trudeau but he dismissed their objections to his promotion to deputy minister of communications, the department that includes intercepting Soviet communications and bugging of embassies.

“I don’t want to hear any more about the Ostrys,” Trudeau said. “I would work with the devil if necessary.  Don’t bother me any more about the Ostrys.”

The RCMP had filed objections to Sylvia Ostry’s promotions on the basis of her Communist associations.  Trudeau dismissed that, too.

The RCMP could never reveal, even to Trudeau, the source for their objections to the Ostrys.

With Trudeau’s disinterest, Featherbed ground to a listless effort in 1972 and died completely by 1975.

A stroke of luck had uncovered secret Communist party memberships of several higher-ups in the trade union movement and in the civil service.

An RCMP “garbage patrol” picked up the membership list of secret section number seven of the United Jewish People’s Order in Montreal.  Section seven was the UJPO’s underground party apparatus for professional people.

Tom Kent, Queen's University: suspected by RCMP as being a Communist subversive *

Tom Kent, Queen’s University: suspected by RCMP as being a Communist subversive *


The subject of one Featherbed file, Tom Kent, complained to Pearson that it was unfair.  Kent was a policy advisor to the prime minister and assistant deputy minister of immigration.*

Featherbed’s file on Kent outlined his connections with Communist front groups while he was managing editor of the Winnipeg Free Press.

Professor C. B. Macpherson: suspected by the RCMP of being a Communist subversive

Professor C. B. Macpherson: suspected by the RCMP of being a Communist subversive

Of the many university professors in Featherbed’s files, the most important was deemed to be Prof. C. B. MacPherson of University of Toronto.

The RCMP bugged MacPherson’s island cottage near Gananoque for the regular visits by two Russian Intelligence Service officers from the Ottawa embassy.

Kay MacPherson:: suspected by the RCMP of being a Communist subversive

Kay MacPherson:: suspected by the RCMP of being a Communist subversive

MacPherson’s wife, Kay, was leader of the Voice of Women movement that paraded for rejection of nuclear weapons by Canada.

Twenty years after Igor Gouzenko defected, Featherbed analysts got around to poring through the neglected kit-bags full of papers seized in the spy-ring roundup.

In the yellowing notebooks and memo pads, they found names and phone numbers of calls made in wartime.  Tracing the numbers back to wartime government phone books, they traced calls made to civil servants who by then (1965) had risen high in the bureaucracy.

They also found evidence implicating a wartime RCAF wing commander and an army colonel in the Soviet spy rings.  But by then, the trail had gotten too cold.  Ironically, the colonel was by then dealing with Soviet trade missions for the government.

Another trail too late to pick up was a curious coincidence that went unexplained.

That was the belated discovery that Col. Nicolai Zabotin’s spy ring had used an electronics shop in Rideau St., Ottawa, as a “live letter drop.”

A card was put in the shop window to signal that a letter was waiting to be picked up.  The card’s appearance usually coincided with the visit to the manager’s office at the rear by two middle-rank civil servants.

The pair rose high in the bureaucracy and retired with honors and indexed pensions.

Operation Featherbed folded for lack of government interest.

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1 Trudeau himself was feared by the RCMP to be a Communist agent.  (Trudeau undoubtedly was one.  At Moscow in 1952, Trudeau led a Communist delegation organized by the Canadian Communist Party.  The Moscow meeting was an “economic summit” organized by Soviet intelligence.  See my exclusive English translations of a 7-part series on the summit, “I’m Back From Moscow,” penned by Trudeau for the leftist daily, Le Devoir.  Lester Pearson absolutely was a Soviet agent, denounced by defecting Soviet military intelligence, Elizabeth Bentley to the FBI.  However, Worthington soft-pedals the grave accusations of Elizabeth Bentley against Pearson in the McCarran hearings.  (In 2012, Worthington, still kicking and alive, soft-pedaled his own accusations against Communist Trudeau of the 1970s and 80s, thus bleaching Pierre’s reputation when Red offspring Justin was running for the “Liberal” leadership.  Police suspected Bernard and Sylvia Ostry, as well.  Now, grasp this, if you can.  According to Don Newman, in his autobiography, xxxxxx, Trudeau routinely held his federal Cabinet meetings at the private palatial home of none other than suspected Communists, Bernard and Sylvia Ostry, straddling the border between Hull, Quebec and Ontario.  Also at those meetings was private citizen and Canadian RIIA member, Paul Desmarais Senior of Power Corporation.  On the downtown Montreal business premises of Power Corporation in the 1960s, 1967 to be precise in this case, a “Secret Committee” of Reds posing as Liberals in the federal cabinet of Soviet Agent Lester Pearson, came up with a plan to create a “separatist” party.  Communist René Lévesque was instructed by them to organize and lead it.

The party;s name?  The Parti Québécois.  Its 1972 manifesto in French only, written to appease the extreme left members who swelled its ranks in 1968, flowing in from the Communist RIN party that had been disbanded, calls for a Communist independent state of Quebec.  (See Free download page for my exclusive English translation of the 1972 manifesto.)

We thus find a major multinational corporation embracing, hosting and harboring obvious Communist infiltrators of the Liberal Party of Canada, setting up plans for a Communist party and a Communist State of Quebec on Power Corporation premises.  Power Corporation is also a major presence at the Canadian branch of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (the RIIA in London, an international banker front for a secret society whose object still is the infiltration of national governments to subvert national sovereignty on the road to world government).

 
Scan of Worthington’s draft article from which
the above transcript was prepared:

http://en.calameo.com/books/000111790cf331953e601

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* I have come up with a good piece of evidence that Tom Kent was/is indeed a Communist subversive. In March 2007, the Caledon Institute published in pdf format a booklet authored by Kent entitled Federalism Renewed.  The section of it entitled “City Limits” declares the Provinces of Canada (Provincial Legislatures) as defunct institutions of the previous Century.  Kent recommends replacing our Provincial Legislatures with a new form of “federalism” which bears a strong resemblance to the Communist expanded administrative municipal regions documented in Moscow in 1975 by Maurice (Morris) Zeitlin writing in Communist Workers’ World.  I can tell from the same article that Kent also knows why Stephen Harper declared Quebec “a nation” in 2006:  precisely to disintegrate Canada to use Quebec to “negotiate” Kent’s “new federalism”.