COMMUNIST CANADA? Giant statue of Lenin and Mao the talk of Richmond (VanSun/Infowars)
COMMUNIST CANADA? Giant statue of Lenin and Mao the talk of Richmond (VanSun/Infowars)
FYI, thanks to the NWO, people have simple ways of explaining "Communist Canada" to anybody, so we should all start.
Thanks to checking out the great work of great people who decode our culture, I've known for a while that we're undergoing a global communist indoctrination, including here in "Communist Canada". Because of this, people often refuse to "believe" anything but what we're supposed to.
However, if you didn't happen to read the mainstream Vancouver Sun newspaper today, you can just check Infowars.com for an excerpt of this article, then click the provided link to see the original. 90% of their content is rare mainstream news that reported -- but not repeated.
Just see the picture for yourself, there's tons of this rubbish that we can't just accept.
Giant statue of Lenin and Mao the talk of Richmond
By Randy Shore, Vancouver Sun
December 27, 2009
METRO VANCOUVER - A public art installation depicting Russian Communist leader Vladimir Lenin and a feminized Chairman Mao Zedong in the heart of Richmond's business district has the whole town talking.
“When I went to the gym at 5:30 this morning it’s all people were talking about,” said Richmond city Coun. Derek Dang, who saw the piece for the first time Wednesday. “People just can’t believe it.”
The large stainless steel sculpture is part of the Vancouver Biennale, a city-wide celebration of public art. The piece — Miss Mao Trying to Poise Herself at the Top of Lenin’s Head — was created by Beijing-based brothers Zhen and Qiang Gao. Their highly political installations, which include provocative depictions of Chairman Mao, are sometimes shut down by the Chinese government and their studios have been raided.
“When council decided to participate in the Biennale they didn’t give us a catalogue to choose from and maybe that’s a good thing,” said Dang. “We got what we got.”
And what they got has tongues wagging. Bloggers are posting images of the construction and the local community newspaper has been buzzing with letters.
“It certainly generates debate,” said Dang. “It is art and art generates conversation, and remember it’s not going to be there forever.”
The Vancouver Sculpture Biennale takes place every two years featuring public art works by about three dozen artists from around the world. Biennale sculptures are typically removed within two years.
Another Biennale installation in Vancouver — the upsidedown church called Device to Root Out Evil — was the subject of furious debate and a grassroots campaign to have it removed. Device now resides in Calgary.
“[Miss Mao] certainly has caused a lot of debate and evokes some strong emotions among people who remember those times,” Dang said. “[The Gao brothers’] inspiration and imagination is what makes it art.”
Read his blog, The Green Man, at www.vancouversun.com/randyshore
© Copyright (c) The Vancouver Sun
SKULL AND BONUS: Martial Law in Communist Canada?
okay, regardless of what anyone who's conspirienced "wants" to do, this is why people should finally decide to specifically *** discuss doing stuff to wake other people up *** on a regular basis while we can. we should not be wasting time on random esoteric truther-centric conspira-babble. we can have chatrooms for that. a whole separate sub-culture can be developed that does nothing but that. they can go completely insane complaining, confusing and arguing with each other as victims of "project camelot" and other CIA conspiracy and cyberwarfare mind control programs. you're welcome.
however, if anybody still has the ability to think about this "new world order" stuff in a rational way, they need to focus on stopping martial law now being less-incrementally and more blatantly declared right here in communist canada. the yahoo news article below is insane. now, according to NATO and their military think tanks, we're headed for 30 years of riots, plus-plus. see "Revolution, flashmobs, and brain chips. A grim vision of the future" in The Guardian - http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2007/apr/09/frontpagenews.news - and local versions later from the U.S., Canadian and Australian militaries.
that means, unless we stop it, here it comes...
Parliament suspended until March 3
56 minutes ago
By The Canadian Press
OTTAWA - A spokesman says the Conservative government plans to suspend the current Parliament and begin a new one after the Winter Olympics.
Dimitri Soudas says a new Parliament will begin with a speech from the throne on March 3, and a new budget delivered the next day.
Soudas confirmed that Prime Minister Stephen Harper asked the Governor General by telephone earlier today to prorogue the current Parliament.
Members of Parliament had been scheduled to return to work Jan. 25.
The post-Olympic return will effectively shut down government committees, which would stop MPs from pursuing the Afghan detainee controversy until Parliament returned.
Liberal House Leader Ralph Goodale called the move "a shocking insult to democracy."
ALSO FROM THE SAME MAIN YAHOO.CA PAGE:
Conservatives lead in Canadian opinion poll
the option of proroguing parliament
Published on Saturday, January 20, 2001 in The Ottawa Citizen
FBI Spied on Canada's Pierre Trudeau for 30 Years
by Jim Bronskill
Newly obtained records show the FBI kept secret files about Pierre Trudeau for three decades, from his early days as an intellectual rabble-rouser in the 1950s through his tenure as prime minister.
... Though barely into his 30s, Mr. Trudeau had evidently caught the bureau's attention.
In the late 1940s, he had travelled widely, at one point being imprisoned briefly in the Middle East upon being mistaken for a spy. After returning to Canada, Mr. Trudeau actively supported striking asbestos miners in Quebec. He then went to work for the federal government in the Privy Council Office.
Mr. Trudeau was accused of Communist leanings by a Quebec priest for visiting and writing about the Soviet Union in 1952. The trip has been cited as the reason Mr. Trudeau was among thousands of Canadians barred from freely visiting the United States under a controversial American immigration law. (It is unclear, however, whether the 1952 letter to Mr. Hoover is related to these incidents).
During the 1950s and early 1960s, Mr. Trudeau established himself as a leading Quebec intellectual, teacher and writer. He was first elected to the House of Commons in 1965.
Several passages in FBI memos from 1960 and 1967 were blacked out.
Toronto Truth Seekers (TTS)
SKULL AND BONUS: What The Hell, Here's The Rest.
In April 1968, just four days after Mr. Trudeau became Liberal leader, the FBI combed its files for references to him at the request of U.S. officials in Ottawa, turning up several letters and memos.
Later that year, the FBI's Chicago office forwarded to Washington a news clipping about Mr. Trudeau mulling the idea of establishing diplomatic relations with Communist China.
Among the records disclosed by the FBI are those dealing with inflammatory opinions voiced by Americans distressed at Mr.. Trudeau's apparently liberal attitude toward communism and Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
The Canadian Castro, a 1968 article from the New Jersey-based Herald of Freedom newsletter, portrayed Mr. Trudeau as a "radical socialist" who posed a threat to the United States.
A 1970s telephone recording run by a fringe Florida group claimed he "adores Mao Tse-tung and wants to make Canada over into a Red Chinese-style communist slave state."
In preparation for Mr. Trudeau's March 1969 visit to Washington, State Department officials asked the FBI for information on suspected members of Cuban Power, a group that had carried out terrorist attacks against Canadian establishments in the U.S.
A 1972 memo originating in Mexico noted a news article about Mr. Trudeau's invitation to a "controversial" former Catholic monsignor to take part in a conference on revisions to Canadian legislation.
On three occasions in 1973, the FBI relayed information concerning Mr. Trudeau to officials in the administration of then-president Richard Nixon, including Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
The contents of one of these, an October 1973 memo, were largely withheld but it is clear that "a confidential source" -- apparently working for the Canadian government in Hong Kong -- furnished information concerning Mr. Trudeau's recent visit to China.
Other records sprinkled throughout the files deal with Canadian political affairs, including a 1969 Royal Commission on state security, RCMP interest in U.S. draft dodgers, a 1970 Commons vote on assertion of Canadian jurisdiction over Arctic waters and the results of the 1974 general election.
Other memos show Mr. Trudeau was the subject of at least four death threats in the early 1980s, originating in Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles and Savannah, Georgia, respectively.
Margaret Trudeau's pocketbook, apparently lost during a U.S. visit, showed up in Rhode Island in the summer of 1974. It was turned over to the FBI, which duly filed a report.
Copyright 2001 Ottawa Citizen Group Inc.