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Having a Pedo like Trudeau as Prime Minister is Bad Enough, but the Laws in Place in Canada Allowing for the Removal of your Children, Citing Asinine “Gender Ideology”, ARE ABSOLUTELY INSANE! #WalkAway #LiberalismIsADisease

I knew that Canada was in the process of being thoroughly wrecked by progressives, but I was not aware that there were laws as insane as this one that had been passed by their legislative body. Let’s hope the court system remedies this and abolishes that law. In the meantime, we here in the states need to take notice and act when liberals overstep their bounds and start trying to enter our household to take your young son away and cut off his penis. Or your young daughter away and scoop out her vagina & sew on a semblance of a penis. That’s what this is.

And to leftists out there, don’t you DARE call me or that statement “alt-right”, or use any one of your other mindless, deranged terms like: “dog whistle”, or try to label me as a “fear monger”. Language you all love to use to help along the mental gymnastics you do each time your forced to further validate your increasingly delusional & hatred-inspired vitriol that you have for Conservatives.

No. You’re not getting away with that anymore. The bill explicitly states they can do just that, and fully intent to enforce it with one of their jackass alphabet-soup state agencies.

Justin Trudeau’s OBSESSION with LGBT, And Other Sexual …

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Possible Links To Pedophilia Ring Revealed

February 1, 2018admin48

Justin Trudeau or as I like to think of him, the SJW King in the North has always been an easy target for mockery. His long history of ridiculous Progressive pandering stunts, including his recent “formal apology” to LGBT Canadians has left the man both hated and beloved in equal degrees. Now though users on 4chan’s lesser known sibling site 8chan, are starting to question if there is not something more sinister beneath the surface.

Case in point the above image taking from the 2015-16 annual report of the Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation. A foundation named after former Prime Minister and father of the current Pierre Trudeau, which claims to “support creative and critical thinkers who make meaningful contributions to critical social issue.” The use of this symbol though seems an odd choice for the foundation given what the FBI has to say regarding its true meaning.

You can see the symbol in question front and center on page three of the report linked here on the foundations own website. It’s worth noting that while officially at least Justin currently has nothing to do with the foundation that bears his father’s name, as he is unable to be publicly associated it while actively serving in Government. He was directly involved in overseeing the operation from its creation in 2002 until 2014, and is expected to return to it upon his retirement from politics. Given those facts it is highly unlikely he is still not heavily in contact with those running the foundation in the meantime.


Over on 8chan some users have pointed out that this possible link to pedophilia, does in fact possibly offer an alternative explanation for some mysterious occurrences that occurred around Mr. Trudeau earlier in his life. As before he followed his father’s footsteps into politics, Justin was a teacher at an elite K-12 school. A school that shockingly had two separate sets of parents shot dead during the time he was teaching in what officials called gangland murders at the time.

Keep in mind this “gang violence” was apparently occurring to parents sending their children to an incredibly expensive private sleep-away Canadian prep school. It also happened to parents with no previous criminal records, but who were suddenly labeled mafia loan sharks after their violent murders. While one is free to come to their own conclusions based on these facts, there is at least one thing we know for sure. That there have been no violent deaths among the students or their families since the now Prime Minister left the school.


ster Justin Trudeau was forced to defend Liberal fundraising tactics in the House of Commons and during a foreign trip to Liberia this week.

He also found himself defending the ethics of the charitable foundation that bears his late father’s name.

At issue was a private Liberal fundraising dinner at a private home in Toronto attended by the prime minister and a group of wealthy Chinese and Chinese-Canadian businessmen. One of those businessmen was waiting on Ottawa’s approval to open a bank in Canada. Another later made a big donation to the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation. 

The prime minister told MPs this week that his involvement with the foundation that bears his father’s name ended years ago, but the controversy didn’t end there. Here’s a closer look at the foundation.

What is the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation?

The foundation was established in 2001 to honour the former prime minister, who died in 2000. In 2002, the federal government endowed it with $125 million to help fund its core operations, though it also accepts private donations. The foundation describes itself as an independent and nonpartisan charity.Question Period 20161122

Trudeau was questioned about attending Liberal Party fundraisers this week in the House of Commons. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

What does it do?

The foundation helps fund and promote academic and public interest research. It awards up to 15 doctoral scholarships each year and finances up to five research fellowships. It also supports a network of mentors to help young academics and organizes public events, such as book launches and lectures on public policy issues. Mentors, which have included former Supreme Court justices, current and former politicians, journalists and business leaders, receive an honorarium and travel costs during their term.

The foundation’s funding efforts focus primarily on four areas: human rights and dignity, responsible citizenship, Canada’s role in the world, and people and their natural environment.

Who runs it?

Morris Rosenberg has been the president and CEO since April 2014. Prior to joining the foundation, Rosenberg had a long career in the federal public service that started in 1979. He worked as deputy minister of foreign affairs, deputy minister of health and deputy minister of justice, in addition to stints at the Privy Council Office. Rosenberg has worked for Liberal and Conservative governments.

Who is on the board?

The foundation has a 13-person board of directors (it was 14 until former Conservative cabinet minister Chuck Strahl’s abrupt resignation this week). The chair is John McCall MacBain, who made his fortune running the Auto Trader and Buy & Sell classifieds business until he sold it in 2006. He used some of that money to set up the McCall MacBain Foundation, a philanthropic organization that provides grants for education, health and environmental projects.Spy oversight

Former Conservative cabinet minister Chuck Strahl resigned from the Trudeau Foundation board this week, saying he felt the prime minister was using his name to defend Liberal fundraising. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

The rest of the board is a cross-section of former politicians, activists, business leaders, public servants and academics. Former NDP MP Megan Leslie sits on the board, as does Phil Fontaine, the former national chief of the Assembly of First Nations. Alexandre Trudeau, the son of the late prime minister and brother of the current one, is also a director.

Is it political?

The foundation describes itself as an independent and nonpartisan charity and until the donation controversy this week there was no obvious political connection outside of the foundation’s name. The bulk of its spending is directed towards funding academic research through its Trudeau Scholars. Their work ranges from introducing children to the ethics of responsible consumption to exploring the impact of municipal regulation on the availability of safe and affordable housing for new Canadians in Toronto.

What is Justin Trudeau’s role with the foundation?

Justin Trudeau was directly involved in the foundation from its creation in 2002 until 2014. A spokeswoman for the foundation told CBC News Trudeau’s last participation as a member was at a special meeting held in March 2014 to vote on the foundation’s transition under the Canada Not-For-Profit Corporations Act. Trudeau wrote to the foundation in December of that year to confirm his formal withdrawal from involvement in the affairs of the foundation, Gwenola Appéré said.

“I have not been in any way associated, formally or informally, with the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation in many, many years,” Trudeau said during an event in Liberia.

“I stepped down from any of my family-related responsibilities shortly after being elected to demonstrate that there is tremendous separation there.”

Prime Minister’s Office spokeswoman Andrée-Lyne Hallé told CBC News Friday the prime minister’s previous affiliation with the foundation had been disclosed with the conflict of interest and ethics commissioner.

What will the $200,000 donation be used for?

The donation was part of a larger $1-million endowment split between the foundation and Montreal University, with $750,000 going to the university’s law school. The university also got another $50,000 to commission and build a statue honouring Pierre Elliott Trudeau.

The $200,000 for the Trudeau Foundation will be used to support conferences and similar events on the evolving role of China in the world and Canada-China relations.

That donation became a political controversy this week when it was revealed that one of the donors — Zhang Bin, an adviser to the Chinese government — attended the private fundraising dinner with Trudeau in May, just weeks before the donation was made public.

But the Trudeau Foundation says the discussions that led to the donation started much earlier — in January 2014. At that time, Zhang and Gensheng Niu, a wealthy Chinese businessman and philanthropist, approached the university about their interest in honouring the late Pierre Trudeau. The university informed the Trudeau Foundation of the potential donation, which led to a meeting in September 2014 to discuss the possible nature of the gift. After 18 months of negotiations, the $1-million donation was announced in June of this year.

Has the foundation received other foreign donations?

Yes. According to its filings with the Canada Revenue Agency, it received $53,018 in 2014 and $428,265 in 2015. The foundation said the 2014 total was a single gift from the Switzerland-based McCall MacBain Foundation, while that same foundation contributed $400,000 in 2015 along with $28,265 from Google. The foundation said a further $205,196 was raised from Canadian donations in 2015, an increase of 17 per cent over the previous year. The foundation said it hired a director of development in June 2015.Trudeau fundraising woes LISTEN00:00 01:27

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1 Comment

  1. L.E.

    Some abc department will show up in platoon size to one family home at a time to take your children? That is a new law in your country? The way to stop that in it’s tracks cannot be published. The groups to put an immediate end to that cannot be known. All those responsible for that have to be removed permanently.

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