Justin Trudeau (born on Christmas day, 1971) just won a majority government for the Liberal party in Canada. It was a landslide… a blowout.
Another point to note is that Justin Trudeau has been involved in making the job of PM obsolete. Elizabeth May (Green Party leader) as well as former PMs John Turner and Paul Martin (who once famously said that if you pay taxes in Canada, you need to get a new accountant) are also part of the same United Nations group which wants to do away with national sovereignty here in Canada, as well as in the rest of the world. This group is the United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (UNPA.)
“The Campaign for the Establishment of a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (UNPA) is a global network of parliamentarians and non-governmental organizations advocating citizen’s representation at the United Nations.
A United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (UNPA) would be the first parliamentary body directly representing the world’s citizens in the United Nations. It is envisaged as first practical step towards the long-term goal of a world parliament.”
Does this mean that the people would end up being represented (on the world stage, in this new global society) by politicians and corporations? The same NGOs responsible for the TPP and TTIP are going to tell the UN what people want and what they need.
Trudeau’s new job is a step in the right direction. Are there bigger things in store for ‘Pierre the technocrat’s’ son? It will be illuminating to see what he has to say about COP 21, the TPP, and the UNPA now, after his first day in office. He should be careful, though, because what he says might be treasonous, to his career.
Wouldn’t it be interesting to hear what a Prime Minister is told on his very first day on the job? One would expect them to be told which campaign ‘promises’ were just ‘not on the agenda’ anymore. It would also be interesting to see just who was doing the telling. Would it be a general or a bureaucrat, a scientist, a judge, a banker, the Governor General, or a guy in a black suit? Maybe the whole bunch of them with a security detail to ‘protect’ the leader and their family… for the rest of their lives.
If he gets his marching orders from inside Canada, or whether he does it on his own is one thing; should he start taking direction from the UN, its groups, or their members’ advice, he makes his own job moot. He is an intermediary for someone, the question is who? It’s not like he’s an expert in any of the above fields.
Montreal is part of the Strong Cities Network, which is:
“… the first global network of cities and other sub-national entities working together to build social cohesion and resilience to prevent violent extremism in all its forms. The Strong Cities Network provides a global platform to support local authorities to systematically share lessons learned, pool resources and build a community that can mobilize local action on a global scale.”
Is this Justin Trudeau’s idea of leadership, or governance?
As an afterthought, if this came as such a surprise to everybody reading the polls, it may be time for them to start getting some of their information from outside the mainstream. Why have Canadian news shows been so blind-sided on election data, lately? How can an analyst comment on something they didn’t see coming? How can they then laud it?