Les Relations des Jésuites contiennent 6 tomes et défont le mythe du bon Sauvage de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, et aussi des légendes indiennes pour réclamer des territoires, ainsi que la fameuse «spiritualité amérindienne».

mercredi, juin 06, 2007

380=381 22 October 1970

The St-Laurent Administration had known ever since the Gouzenko affair, clear as sunlight, that the Russian Embassy was the headquarters of a powerful, well-organized, most effective spy network that wanted to overthrow our form of Government. Thanks to Grattan O'Leary and the Ottawa Journal, the Liberal Government of the time was forced to take action.

The conspiracy was exposed. Boyer, Fred Rose, MP of Montréal/St- Louis riding, and a few others were jailed for a time. Afterwards? Silence. The conspiracy worked through all those communist embassies at full speed and a widening range.

Trudeau was aq uestion mark in those days. The FLQ exposed him in its manifesto and rightly so. With the Pearson and Trudeau Administrations, Canadian boys had no difficulty to get visas or permission to go over to Castro's Cuba, Algeria, etc. Communist cells were organized in every university of Canada with the full knowledge of the RCMP, the Justice Department, with the backing of half-traitors of the NDP, of the Lesage, Johnson, Bertrand and Bourassa Administrations, without omitting all the Ontario Governments.

That poor youth which forms the ranks of the FLQ to-day is to be pitied. And Pierre Laporte is not without blame either. Under the pretence of fighting the Duplessis Regime, they used the slogan 'La Revolution Tranquille - THE QUIET REVOLUTION'. Lesage, René Lévesque, the brainthrust of the Liberal Administration at the time, Gérin Lajoie, Eric Kierans, Pierre Laporte preached that Quiet Revolution. A revolution is never quiet: it is violent by definition, by nature. Like the two Kennedys, Pierre Laporte was assassinated by the very weapon he used.

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