“For over a half-century, Canadian media have neglected to expose information which could have brought down the Trudeau political dynasty.”

by Brad Salzberg


December 3, 2023

A common trait among authoritarian societies can be found in media presentation, particularly regarding a given “political dynasty.”

While Canada has spent its existence outside the spectrum of authoritarian governance, an indication can be found in media presentation referencing the Trudeau family of Quebec.

It took fifty years for a form of dynastic control to rear its head, but a review of Trudeau-family antics suggest systemic media cover-up for the benefit of the Liberal Party of Canada.

Margaret Trudeau:

“I had to rebuild myself. I had an intervention. I had the police take me to the hospital  finally strapped down because I was so resistant and so ill, but I didn’t know it,” she said.

Sounds rather serious, Ms. Margaret. Therefore, it’s with great confusion that media in Canada have for decades treated her condition with abject jocularity:

“The sad part is why Trudeau, now a mental health advocate, brought her one-woman show to a Toronto stage as part of the Just for Laughs comedy festival.”

“The four-show run called ‘Certain Woman of an Age’ is a candid account of her marriage to Pierre Trudeau and years of untreated bipolar disorder.”

Forgive CAP, but we don’t think this is the sad part at all. What reeks of pathos is the fact that our press have omitted the potential for bipolar disorder to be passed on to family offspring:

“Bipolar disorder is often inherited, with genetic factors accounting for approximately 80% of the cause of the condition. Bipolar disorder is the most likely psychiatric disorder to be passed down from family.”

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