Martin Armstrong: Canada As First Deep State Prison State — Post-National State with No Core Identity

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Why Alberta Better Exit Canada & Fast

Trudeau is about as corrupt as they come. It is curious how the claimed left, who is so concerned about getting the rich back and being fair, is always the most corrupt. It reminds me of that famous line, “The lady doth protest too much, methinks,” from the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare. Trudeau suspended Parliament when it was investigating the ethics controversy where countless millions went to his family of deals. While this is seen as a coverup, there is far more at stake here. Can you imagine if Trump even tried to suspend Congress? The Democrats paint Trump as a tyrant when the real tyrant is north of the border.

Indeed, it was just last year when Trudeau told the New York Times that Canada was becoming a new kind of country, not defined by our history or European national origins, but by a “pan-cultural heritage” and actually said: “There is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada.” Trudeau concluded that Canada is “the first post-national state.” Even the New York Times remarked that Trudeau was being very “radical.”

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