China Threatens "Counterstrikes" If Trudeau Not Re-Elected

Foreign policy may impact the election more than votes– an element of politics that China considers meaningless.

According to the Ottawa Citizen,  Canadian voters have been warned that Canada would be subjected to “counterstrikes” if voters replace Liberal Justin Trudeau with leader of the Conservative Party Erin O"Toole.

If this is what Mr. Trudeau had in mind when he unfurled his "sunny ways" flag in 2015, the times they have a'changed.

Little of this sentiment is understood by Canadian voters. Establishment media have for the past forty years obscured Liberal-China relations, so why would they stop now?

According to Canadian journalist Terry Glavin, "there’s nothing quite so peculiar as the cordon sanitaire[ measures to prevent communication] Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have been allowed to construct around any serious discussion of foreign policy."

Why would this be the case? Can it be that Cultural Action Party know of what we speak? The recent candidate debates were orchestrated soup-to-nuts by Liberal-oriented media-- a fact obscured throughout the process. Foreign policy was a minor component of the recent candidate debates for a good reason.

The influence is monumental. The primary issue is not Canada's foreign policy, but rather foreign nation's policy toward Canada-- also known as control of our country. China is the elephant in the room, the very reason why mainstream media's presentation squeaks like a mouse.

"To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize" is a statement attributed to Voltaire, philosopher of the French Enlightenment.

Hence, the censorship applied to open debate discussion on China. No Canadian prime minister-- indeed no political family-- has ever ingratiated communist China like the family of ex-PM Pierre Trudeau.

The roots of their raising runs deep:

"The experience of that superb strategist Mao Tse-tung leads us to conclude that in a vast and heterogeneous country, the possibility of establishing socialist strongholds in certain regions is the very best thing."

-- Pierre Trudeau, Father.

"I find stories that are disgusting[regarding China], but in a way I’m harsher on Canada.”

-- Alexandre Trudeau, Brother.

“There’s a level of admiration I actually have for China. Their basic dictatorship is actually allowing them to turn their economy around on a dime.”

-- Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister.

In a way, what's worse than this veneration is that Canadian media have never had a problem with Trudeau family admiration for China. Therefore, they must share the sentiment.

Is this not the odd-ball circumstance of the century? Ostensibly speaking, Canada is a democratic country. Why on earth have the Trudeau’s gotten away with 50 years of Hail Mary’s to the communist behemoth nation?

No wonder the government of China is now threatening our country. Watch out, little brother. Go against our geo-political will, and prepare to experience our wrath in the form of “counterstrikes.”

Puppet-nation much? In truth, it’s been written in the cards for decades. More than any political figure in history, Justin Trudeau has facilitated this covert piece of “foreign policy.”

Thus it is that globalist influence will shape federal election outcome. Perhaps even more than votes-- an element of politics China considers meaningless.

-- Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder(Est. 2016)