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Why Rockefeller Created Canadian & Quebec Nationalism

April 24, 2010

by Anonymous

(Read French? See This Blog "The Masonic Plot Against Quebec")

It seems counterintuitive but both Canadian nationalism and Quebec Nationalism were born in the late 1960's out of the globalist plan for North American "free trade."  Canadian nationalism was needed to repatriate the Constitution, a prerequisite for Free Trade; while, Quebec nationalism was needed to reassure French Canadians their rights would not be jeopardized by this action.

This illustrates how the Illuminati often get what they want by appearing to seek the opposite. In Arnold Toynbee's words in 1931: "The harder we press our attack upon the idol [of national sovereignty], the more pains we take to keep its priests and devotees in a fool's paradise - lapped in a false sense of security which will inhibit them from taking up arms in their idol's defense...."   

David-Rockefeller-Harvard-University-Grant.jpgWHAT HAPPENED

In 1967, the hundredth anniversary of Canadian confederation, David Rockefeller (left) gave a speech advocating a North American "Free Trade" zone. Free trade leads to the loss of economic sovereignty and one world government. Twenty years later, in 1988, Canadians re-elected Brian Mulroney  who brought in Free Trade.

Mulroney was a Conservative but the Rockefellers owned both major political parties in Canada. They have owned the Liberal party ever since Mackenzie King was elected in 1921. King was a former employee of Rockefeller and his campaign were always paid with Rockefeller money. In exchange for this, the liberals would always raise the price of gasoline six months before and after an election in order to pay Rockefeller back.

In order to sign a Free Trade deal with the US, Canada had to be a sovereign country. This was achieved in 1982 when the Constitution was brought back from London. Otherwise, opponents of the deal could have made some sort of constitutional complaint which could have derailed the whole process.

The repatriation of the British North America act (BNAA) was tried several times but was always opposed in Quebec by true nationalists like Premier Maurice Duplessis. The BNAA gave a lot of autonomy to the provinces and any modification could only mean loss of powers for Quebec.

final-rene-pierre.jpgSo the only way to reform the constitution would be through a phony crisis. Cue two old Commie Freemason friends: Lévesque and Trudeau (left.) The same month that Rockefeller called for Free Trade, Justice Minister Pierre Trudeau proposed repatriating the Constitution.

Two months later, in November 1967, the PQ (Quebec Separatist Party) was born party to pressure Canada to repatriate the Constitution and to weaken Canada as a nation.

Quebec is run by French Grand Orient Freemasonry. This is the reason
this province went from arch Catholic to arch anti-Catholic today.
This also explain why Quebec has recently banned burkhas in government
offices while France is also debating on the same subject at the same


The 1968 Bilderberg meeting at Mont Tremblant Quebec was attended by the future PQ leader Jacques Parizeau along with Trudeau, Claude Ryan (editor of the influential newspaper Le Devoir and future leader of the "NO" side at the 1980 "sovereignty association" referendum) as well as Jean Victor Allard, the Canadian army chief of staff...

Talk about false opposition. Both sides of the "Quebec Separatist" debate belong to the internationalist Bilderberg Club.

List of Bilderberg participants:

The last thing the Bilderberg wants is a real independent Quebec, nor do they want a truly independent Canada.

What they want is REGIONALISM, meaning a weak and decentralized Canada which  is easier for the globalist to manipulate, like the countries in the EU for example. So the globalists encouraged Quebec nationalism to weaken Canada.

bourr27.jpgQuebec premier Robert Bourassa (left) was a great admirer of the European model of decentralized power: Canada requires "elastic federalism" he told the CFR in Jan. 1969

In 1976, René Lévesque
gave a speech at the CFR in Chicago before he became premier asking for US support.

In the 1980 referendum, the YES side only got 42% of the vote which was also the same % that the PQ got at the 1976 election. They won a majority of seats but lost the popular vote. In fact, the PQ never got a majority of votes in any provincial elections so how could they still
dream to win over a majority of the votes in a referendum?


Canadian nationalism and Quebec separatism have only served as a catalyst to advance free trade and the New World Order.

In 1982, Canada become sovereign. Ironically this was only a step toward losing its sovereignty again.

A day BEFORE the constitution was repatriated in March, 1982, the Canadian Senate
published a report on the necessity of free trade. The following year Free Trade talks with the US began.

PQ leaders have always been great supporters of free trade and globalism.
On March 26,1985 separatist and future Premier Bernard Landry came out for Free Trade. 

200px-Jacques_Parizeau1.jpgFuture Separatist Premier Jacques Parizeau called for a North American currency in Dec 1991.

Canadian nationalists were also globalist shills. All of this provides another reminder that mainstream politics is a charade designed to steer the public down a path established decades if not centuries ago.

Related articles suggested by readers:

Free Trade-How Canada Was Given Away

Quebec After Catholicism

Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for "Why Rockefeller Created Canadian & Quebec Nationalism "

Doug said (April 27, 2010):

Great article, very insightful. Thank you for linking my story about Maude Barlow and her UN Agenda to your sight. Do you hace any info on the FREEMAN movement? The latest is that many are talking about registering themselves with the UN, along with their private property. I have been around the block with several orgs in the last 5 years and they are all a scam--- Good for you for exposing this shit!!!!

D said (April 26, 2010):

Here is a quote from the "METRO" free daily paper, from Friday April 23 2010. Headline: "Tax the banks? Don't bank on it"

Flaherty rebuffs push by IMF

"That was the defiant message from Finance Minister Jim Flaherty as he stood his ground Thursday on the eve of the G20 meeting of finance ministers. "We're a sovereign country -- we can regulate our banks and our other financial institutions as we see fit" Flaherty said in Washington"

Now what i would like to know is what exactly and effectively does Jim Flaherty mean when he says "we're a sovereign country" i would really love him to spell it out. Anyone care to ask him to explain it, after all he made the statement presumably he knows what he means but it may not be what we think/believe he means.

p.s. advanced apologies if it's deemed i've wasted anyone's time.

Anyway enjoy your day all

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