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Steinadler

Posted: 16 oktober 2017 - 11:46 - Svar

On October 8, 1971, Pierre Trudeau introduced the Multiculturalism Policy in the House of Commons. It was the first of its kind in the world,[111] and was then emulated in several provinces, such as Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and other countries most notably Australia, which has had a similar history and immigration pattern. Beyond the specifics of the policy itself, this action signalled an openness to the world and coincided with a more open immigration policy that had been brought in by Trudeau’s predecessor Lester B. Pearson. Wikipedia/Pierre_Trudeau/Multiculturalism

While Trudeau dominated the Canadian political landscape for almost twenty years, surprisingly little has been written about his impact on and relationship with Canadian jews. A singular exception is a chapter entitled ‘Meltdown in the Melting Pot’ in Larry Zolf’s short 1984 volume Just Watch Me: Remembering Pierre Trudeau. With much tongue in cheek, Zolf, a journalist and social satirist, describes Trudeau’s relationship with jews as a full-blown love affair. ‘Indeed,’ writes Zolf, ‘Trudeau’s love affair with Jews is probably the maddest and most passionate fling that Trudeau ever flung; of this love affair Lenny Bruce could only have observed that Canada may be goyish but Trudeau is certainly jewish.’ The Defining Decade: Identity, Politics, and the Canadian Jewish Community in the 1960s., by Harold Martin Troper (2010)

BOWING TO THE THREAT to cut off funding to Trudeau’s Liberal Party by Canadian Jewry, the former Prime Minister found himself in a position of humiliation and political compromise. Due to his sympathies for the plight of the Palestinians after the Six Day War, the Jewish Lobby reacted by pressing Trudeau into departing from the policies of his predecessor, Lester Pearson, who was averse to granting a prominent role of Jews in the government. Trudeau now entered into a new realm of Canadian politics, namely, catering to Jewish interests over popular sentiment. During this period, Trudeau appointed the first Jewish Cabinet minister (Herbert Gray), the first Jewish Supreme Court Judge (Bora Laskin), the first Jewish Secretary to the Prime Minister (Jack Austin), the first Jewish Envoy to the Hague Court of Justice (Maxwell Cohen), and the first Jewish Under Secretary of External Affairs from 1977 to 1981 – Alan Gotlieb – who then became Canada’s first Jewish Ambassador to Washington. A swarm of Jews, whose hatred of Christ taints everything they touch, soon infested Trudeau’s personal staff with high profile names such as H. Carl Goldenberg, Simon Reisman, Bernard and Sylvia Ostrey, Jerry Grafstein, and Mickey Cohen. And ever since, Canada has been under the tyranny of Jewish rule. View Entire Story Here, Here, & Here. The Jewish Takeover of Canada.

    Joseph Martin

    Posted: 16 oktober 2017 - 14:32 - Svar

    Thanks for your informative and interesting posts, Steinadler.

      Steinadler

      Posted: 16 oktober 2017 - 14:51 - Svar

      It’s a pleasure!

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