Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Trudeau's Election Ploy- Identity Politics/Native Issues and Prepping the Arctic for Encircling Russia

Understanding  people will be miffed about my stance on this subject, however, what should anger people is the exploitation by the political class of this history for their political gain. And it is exploitation. And it is for political gain. Sadly, some exploitation is okay for some people. As long as it makes them 'feel good' about themselves. Yah, I'm talking about the social justice warrior/virtue signaling types. Burning down churches. Despite the native population speaking out against this! Despite the fact that many natives are practicing Catholics.

Not in Solidarity with Us

Allan-Riley, who is a ‘60s Scoop survivor and the daughter of a residential school survivor, said the church arsons were fuelling further division between Indigenous people and non-Indigenous people, and that burning the churches “is not our native way.”

Some of the buildings that have been decimated by fires include a century-old Catholic church just outside of Edmonton. One of the most recent attacks was at the Vietnamese Alliance Church in Calgary on Sunday, which hours earlier held its first full service in over a year. Days before, at least 10 churches were damaged across the city in a single night.

Thankfully some natives are speaking out against these antagonizing forces. - not in solidarity with us.

Around the corner from my home is a beautiful old Catholic church. Most if it's attendees are Italian immigrants, including my father, who came after WW2. They've nothing to do with any of this. And yet... little shoes are everywhere. You can say the church is being protested?  Sure. But the church is a building  used by the attendees. Ordinary people who are practicing their faith. Those people are the ones being targeted by do gooders who can't see the error of their ways.   

   Furthermore this type of activity will do nothing but sow division and resentment. Do the SJW's who placed those shoes there know anything about how tough life was for these persons upon arrival in Canada? And what these people suffered as they left their extended families and a nation destroyed by a devastating war /occupation? Or how hard they worked to build new lives when their own were shattered. Entire villages decimated. Family members killed. Murdered. Raped. You see I know a bit about this history. And those do gooders are do badders! I won't even get into the discrimination that was experienced by these people.  (Including the rounding up of Italians in Canada-  another apology, more electioneering in my opinion.) Justin Trudeau’s apology to Italians may look like pre-election posturing- Here’s the real story

Yes, there is harmful history. But Trudeau's sudden penance is manipulative, carefully crafted PR.


Trudeau wants an election. 

You’d have to blind to not see this is the case.  Trudeau has always been a virtue signaling/identity politics player sowing the seeds of division in Canada.  And he’s playing Canadians in a masterful fashion. As he has done previously. Flashback: 2015- Canada Saw Red

Getting my crystal ball out...

Trudeau will divide this country, same as Harper did, just in a different manner.

We will suffocate under political correctness. We already did under Harper, but, it will get so much worse under Trudeau. Free speech will be further restricted
About the native woman appointed as governor general? That’s awesome, right?
Do you all realize this woman is the Queen’s representative here in Canada.

She is appointed by the Queen

Ms. Mary Simon- Queen's Rep in Canada

The Royal Announcement:

https://www.royal.uk/announcement-new-governor-general-canada-0

The Queen, on the recommendation of the Prime Minister of Canada, has been pleased to approve the appointment of Ms. Mary Simon as the next Governor General of Canada.   
Does anyone see the irony in that, all things considered? Think about it?

The appointment of this woman is highly suggestive that the far North will be militarized,  greater then it already is. In order to assist the US in encircling Russia Think not? Think again.

Quoting from her bio:

She later joined the Executive Council of the Inuit Circumpolar Conference (now the Inuit Circumpolar Council), for which she served two terms as President. She was Commissioner of the Nunavut Implementation Commission and Policy Co-Director of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples.

From 1994 to 2003, Ms. Simon served as Ambassador for Circumpolar Affairs, becoming the first Inuk to hold an ambassadorial position. During this time, she negotiated the creation of the Arctic Council. Concurrently, she served as Ambassador of Canada to Denmark from 1999 to 2001.

Beginning in 2006, Ms. Simon served two terms as the President of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami. In 2008, in the House of Commons, she delivered a response on behalf of Inuit to the formal apology on residential schools. She is the founder of the Arctic Children and Youth Foundation and, until 2014, she was the Chairperson of the National Committee on Inuit Education.

In 2017, as the Minister’s Special Representative, Ms. Simon delivered a report to the Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, A new Shared Arctic Leadership Model, setting the stage for important policy and program development in support of the Arctic and its residents.
Policy and program development in support of the Arctic and it's residents-

This is cover for militarization and resource exploitation- Dressed up in fancy misleading language..

Getting to the news concerning residential schools:

If you read the royal announcement- then you're aware that Ms. Mary Simon- " delivered a response on behalf of Inuit to the formal apology on residential schools" in 2008.

 We’ve talked about the situations in the Residential Schools for nearly two decades here in Canada. Settlements have been paid. Seriously. The “Truth and Reconcilliation” Commission started in 2007

The Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement, the largest class-action settlement in Canadian history, began to be implemented in 2007. One of the elements of the agreement was the establishment of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada to facilitate reconciliation among former students, their families, their communities and all Canadians.
Trudeau want's an election. He wants to win the election. And he will play identity politics to the nth degree if that's what it takes! Be aware of this reality. All of these realities. Don't fall for these political machinations.

Flashback 2016: In honour of Trudeau's multiple deceptions

A quick look on youtube will show the many tearful shows Trudeau has put on. So,it's show time! Or for Trudeau is crying time? Either way? The guy is insincere, that's my take.  Except about winning the election. In that regard he is sincere. What ever it takes.

11 comments:

  1. Trudeau need not worry about reelection. His fix for emperorship was in back in the early 1970's. He is, potentially, a lifer, much like Xi whom he so admires. He is, also, communist royalty thanks to his Papa.

    I am still reeling over the burning of BC under these criminals. The Lytton situation. Imagine saying it was due to train sparks! Even worse, imagine people believing these shameful lies.

    Our BC leader of the Civil Liberties Association is happily supported by her membership when she said "Burn it all down" about the church situation here. Special(((lightening))) goes wherever things are being set up for destruction. The train blocking, the infiltration of the native associations by radicals from other countries, etc etc. Of course we are being set up for destruction and you know there is Soros cash behind much of it.

    Gerry Butts said, "It is understandable" regarding these crimes.

    UNDRIP is being unfolded in Canada according to UN guidelines.

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    1. This situation in Canada reminds me of Notre Dame and the other churches which burned in Europe a couple years ago.

      Trudeau must be dabbing vapo-rub on his eyes, which would explain why he can cry on cue and why his nose runs every time. That video of his wife is wild. She's not very good at playing along for the wife of a politician. It's sort of emblematic of the level of contempt they hold us in.

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    2. (This situation in Canada reminds me of Notre Dame and the other churches which burned in Europe a couple years ago.)
      In other words, like you said, the usual (((suspects))).

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    3. Noor and WaffleStaffel

      From the fire, rises the phoenix

      rebirth.
      fire cleanses the old for the new

      the symbology is all there

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  2. from another board .. Might be onto something?
    “Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings, not elsewhere classified”

    So where is the CDC data hiding the jab deaths? Look here.
    “dive” – Thu, Jul 8, 2021 – 09:08 AM

    I have been figuring, if so many people are dying, it is going to be hard to hide that in the data.

    So I hopped over to the CDC site, downloaded the weekly death data….I looked into cardiac deaths, these were steady.
    Strangely, diabetic deaths increased during covid blooms. Neurological cases seemed to be steady.

    But then I found where they are putting the deaths….

    It’s in the “Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings, not elsewhere classified” column.
    In the weeks on 2020 before the vaccine, this had been steady at 600-700 deaths per week….after vaccination these values started ballooning.
    I looked at the weeks after the start of vaccinations, removed 640ish from these to account for the regular value…and adding the remaining together to get an estimate of what kind of number of people are dying from “unknown causes” and the sum was 32,000.

    32,000!

    AND! The numbers are only going up week over week. The last couple of weeks show a decline, but those usually have incomplete data. So yep, there is a clear signal in publicly accessible data (outside of VAERS) showing there is an unusual uptick in mortality OUTSIDE of the ‘ro.

    Here’s the website so others can take a peak:

    https://data.cdc.gov/NCHS/Weekly-Provisional-Counts-of-Deaths-by-State-and-S/muzy-jte6/data

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  3. Penny.... Back at the end of MAY of this year, the scoundrels in charge of the criminality known as 'Parliament' voted overwhelmingly to make sure that there is NO federal 'election' here in Canada until their fraud scam-demic is 'declared over'..

    Therefore the son of Fidel Castro will simply keep himself on as Emperor of this formerly free nation and do so by simply saying "the scam-demic is still going on, therefore no election" and will be able to perpetuate the fraud and keep Canadians away from voting his sorry ass out of office for years to come.

    Therefore all of this talk about an impending 'election' is pure rubbish and fluff and being used as a cover so that the fuckers can get away with screwing this nation up as much as they want.

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    1. I don't know North?

      Everything looks to me like an election is desired. Trudeau is playing all the right cards.. He's doling out the cash and virtue signalling to the hilt!

      The latest sees reports that Canadians must be 're educated"- middle age white Canadians so they see the error of their ways..

      This is the build back better garbage and Trudeau is going to need a good mandate to make it so.

      I''m hedging on next month the call will be made!

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  4. Penny or others who'd like to chime in: how popular is Fidel Jr.? Is there or would there be viable opponents for election?

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    1. Hey Gwen:

      He's not popular in this household, but, I believe from the polling he's popular enough among Canadians.

      Viable opponents? Not really.

      I'll vote for the party run by Bernier- (if there is a candidate in my riding) he's at least attended all the anti lockdown protests and mingled with the masses.

      Trudeau has derided anti lockdown protestors. The NDP/Cons and the Greens are lacklustre. And that's being kind.

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  5. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/royal-canadian-navy-hmcs-harry-dewolf-1.6081731

    HMCS Harry DeWolf was commissioned at a naval base in Halifax on Saturday, the first Royal Canadian Navy vessel built for Arctic military operations in decades.


    Royal Canadian Navy returns to Far North with commissioning of HMCS Harry DeWolf

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/warship-systems-test-facility-hartlen-point-1.6058990



    "Military to build $65M facility at Hartlen Point to test new warship systems"

    HMCS Harry DeWolf was commissioned at a naval base in Halifax on Saturday, the first Royal Canadian Navy vessel built for Arctic military operations in decades.

    Moving north with the military...

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