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Illuminati Child Abuse the Subtext of Trudeau Bio?

Saturday, April 18, 2015 5:36
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7329705.jpg(Justin Trudeau with his father Pierre Elliot Trudeau at a Montreal Expos baseball game in 1987.
Trudeau was Canadian Prime Minister from 1968-1984)

Justin Trudeau, the leader of the Liberal party of Canada,
could become Prime Minister
after the next general election in October.

Between the lines, Justin’s Trudeau’s life may be sordid. On the surface, it practically shines. Like his dad, he’s a bit of an actor.

index.jpgCOMMON GROUND by Justin Trudeau
Reviewed by Ann Diamond


Justin Trudeau’s autobiography “Common Ground” was not easy to review because its unspoken subtext involves abuse due to Illuminati/Luciferian background of both sides of his family.

In her book TRANCE-FORMATION OF AMERICA MK-ULTRA survivor Cathy O’Brien stated that many world leaders, including Pierre Trudeau and Brian Mulroney, are pedophiles. She met them in the course of her life as a sex slave trained (with her young daughter) to service high-profile politicians. Other sources support Cathy O’Brien’s allegations.

Over the years, insiders have told me that Pierre’s 1968 marriage to Margaret was “arranged” by the military. The couple programmed with LSD at a remote farm in British Columbia.

According to Trudeau’s Jesuit mentor, Trudeau ordered the kidnap and murder of his enemy Pierre Laporte in October 1970, because Laporte was threatening him with blackmail and exposure as a pedophile.

After Margaret ran off with the Rolling Stones in 1977, the marriage was over. Soon after, as a single father, Pierre turned to a York University sociologist, John Seeley, for parental advice. Seeley, a self-proclaimed ‘sadist and pedophile’ would fly up to Ottawa on weekends to “advise” Pierre on how he should be raising his three sons. Justin was six.

Quite a childhood. First the trauma of being separated from the mother he adored, then frequent exposure to his father’s unsavory friends.

That same year, 1977, six-year-old Justin traveled with his father and grandfather “to the North Pole,” where the awe-struck boy discovered Santa Claus and realized “just how powerful my father was.”

Is that story true or apocryphal? Either way, it’s full of symbolism. Children often idealize their abusive parents, but during his eulogy at Pierre’s funeral, a smiling 28-year-old Justin seemed dissociated, almost giddy. World leaders and Canadian dignitaries applauded his ritualized ‘grief.’

A few years ago, I was shown a 1984 letter signed by Pierre Elliot Trudeau expressing enthusiastic interest in meeting a ten-year-old boy. The letter may have been used in a blackmail attempt by the boy’s father.

If Pierre Trudeau was abusing their children, Margaret’s history of bipolar illness takes on a whole different cast.


Common Ground is all about the heir to the Trudeau throne.

The book is persuasive and well put together, probably with help from a seasoned journalist. It flows like slick PR, but has much unhealed trauma in the margins. Posing as saviours, Trudeaus and Sinclairs may be well-paid agents of national decline, but their story is emblematic and unavoidable.

Here and there, a reader encounters tragedy almost worthy of a Russian novel. Certain passages actually moved me to tears: his parents’ divorce and the loss of his brother. His love for his mother, who skidded into depression while partying with rock stars and royals.

As for the politics – you’re not really interested in Liberal rhetoric, are you? Young Trudeau manfully appeals to Liberal platitudes: tolerance, openness to cultural differences, gender equality, all of which sound good after the Harper decade.
There are odd references suggesting the author has rubbed shoulders with elite perverts. Prince Andrew and the Starlight Foundation. Jacques Hebert and Katimavik. West Point Grey Academy and his mate Christopher Ingvaldson, convicted of possessing child porn.

All in all, Justin’s very likeable, although Post Traumatic Stress glimmers from his eyes. In Common Ground, he reminds us that everyone has a story to tell.  Justin could have flown away like Le Petit Prince, but instead is doing his utmost to move back to the scene of his childhood trauma: the cold, drafty mausoleum called “24 Sussex Drive.”


For the conspiracy-minded Canadian, Trudeau’s Illuminati connection makes Canada’s “Apprehended Insurrection” of October 1970 look like a false flag, perhaps masterminded by elements in the Canadian elite and military with help from their puppet in Ottawa — which is what many Quebecers said at the time. Could the real perps be the same elite gang who programmed Maggie and Pierre and unleashed them on us?

Another of my informants, the astute son of a former prize fighter and colourful Quebec nationalist who knew the score, claims the FLQ terrorists who kidnapped Laporte were victims of “Jesuit mind control.” Cathy O’Brien would back him up.

The FLQ kidnappers had grown up in communities around St Hubert AF base, in the era when it was the scene of MKULTRA experiments on Quebec children. Military scientists used silent sound weapons and drugs to scramble the children’s brainwaves. During the height of the FLQ Crisis, the fugitive kidnappers chose to “hide out” with their captive Pierre Laporte in a house which was on the doorstep of that base. Reportedly, their every move was being monitored electronically by military secretly stationed in the house next door.

Of course, few people have heard this “alternative” history of how the War Measures Act got declared. Justin parrots the official story which doesn’t concern him since it was all over by the time he was born. Christmas Day, 1971.

Makow Note: I was a reporter at The Ottawa Journal the night Justin was born, and wrote a front page story.


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  • truthlovingsoul

    i have found that justinès affect is strange. good word-giddy. disconnected in some way.
    two points-
    justin is in favour of bill c-51, the anti-terror bill which in fact is an anti-dissenter bill, and a means to stop people from pointing out the undue influence of jews in canada.
    he also agrees with his dadès actions when he changed to the use of private banks instead of the national bank of canada. before 1974, canada had little debt, now we are hopelessly drowning in debt from the ridiculous interest charged by private banks.
    we all have to renationalize our banks across the world, abolish usury and also abolish the party system. it is all a trap.
    one more thing!
    cannabis should not be decriminalized OR legalized, but taken OFF THE BOOKS ALTOGETHER.
    are tomatoes legalized…….decriminalized………
    nope, just plants that grow here on earth that have been helping and healing man for millenia.
    just my 2 pennies.

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