If general society understood the relationship, they could conclude that a Quebec-China political partnership has been at play for decades.
by Brad Salzberg
September 20, 2022
Cultural Action Party has been researching the relationship between the Liberal Party of Canada and the government of China for over 30 years. What we have uncovered should be understood by all Canadians.
It isn’t, and it is fully intentional. If general society understood the relationship, they could conclude that a Quebec-China political partnership has been at play for decades.
CAP will keep the back-story to a minimum. It’s something that we have delved into with abandon, and any regular reader will already understand how we feel about the covert relationship.
Some battles never make media headlines. One of them goes like this: the Liberal Party embody the spirit of Quebec’s relationship with our Federal government. Due to a succession of French-Canadian national leaders, the Liberals have morphed into a political entity which, in many respects, is still fighting on the Plains of Abraham.
The unspoken goal being to wrestle Canadian society away from its Anglophone power base, and transition that power to the province of Quebec.
The first modern-day soldier in the battle was Pierre Trudeau. By way of his policy of provincial equalization payments, Ottawa began to draw billions of dollars out of the western province of Alberta.
“Equalization is a gift that keeps on taking. It sends too much money to the wrong provinces in the wrong way at enormous cost to national unity.”
In other words, the policy is pure Trudeau family. Yet, to some extent, it pales in comparison to the Liberals ace-up-its-Anglo-bashing sleeve:
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