Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Canada Just Took a Deep Breath - Harper is Gone!

Canada Just Took a Deep Breath     

Last night was one of the most epic evenings in the history of Canada. One might think that only 35,000,000 Canadians were quietly observing the outcome of this election, but that is simply not the case. Last night the world watched as Canada disemboweled itself of a globalist threat. Stephen Harper was to Canada what Judas Biblically symbolized 2,000 years ago.  

Canada took a deep breath, and while we are still awaiting the impact of Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party on Canada, at least we can breathe a little easier. 

Canada “IS NOT” inconsequential.  We have what every other nation on Earth wants – that certain je-ne-sais-quois that is a mixture of humility, politeness, caring and intelligence. Stephen Harper was sacrificing this great gift and tearing apart our national fabric. 

We were a nation that held war-torn oppressed individuals in our arms, and then suddenly took up arms against them, we were a nation that had the courage to say no to injustice and then suddenly we became the unjust, we were a nation of inclusive and tolerant immigrants, and then suddenly many of us felt like outsiders, we were a nation that quietly demanded justice from our government leaders, and then we became the victims of government injustice, we were a nation that stood tall amongst the community of nations, and then we became just another rogue and indifferent capitalist tyrant, we were a nation that cared for those less fortunate in our society, and then they became a threat to economic well-being.  

We allowed a rogue political leader to slowly dismantle what generations built together, and then we said enough is enough. 

Trust me, the world was watching, and what we did, will resonate throughout the world.

This victory belongs not only to Justin Trudeau, but so too to Thomas Mulcair and Elizabeth May. For they stood up for Canada long before many Canadians and Justin understood the depth of the Harper’s corruption.

I don’t know if Justin is a just leader, whether he will become one, or whether he will fall prey to the globalist agenda. All I know is that Canadians are that much safer today because we have, for the moment, stopped becoming a threat to the outside world. Justin’s reforms of Bill 51C, Bill C24 and TPPA will measure the depth of his authenticity, and his stance on the Middle East will measure the depth of his character (i.e. dealing with Zionist Apartheid, dealing firmly with American tyranny and imperialism, and embracing the sanity of Russia and China).

Canada and the world are going through the greatest technological transformation since the industrial revolution. Technology and Artificial Intelligence are altering every facet of our lives. Trans-humanism is the next paradigm shift, and I hope our new leader has the depth of vision to envision a Canada that can not only embrace A.I., but can harness it for the benefit of all Canadians.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

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