- The emergence of the “Ghadar” freedom movement in the early 1900s in the US and Canada prompted the British Raj to sow seeds of Hindu-Sikh discord, which ultimately paved the way for the contemporary Khalistani movement.
- The Trudeau family’s involvement in aiding Khalistani terrorists can be traced back to the 1980s when Trudeau Sr effectively shielded the AI 182 bombing perpetrators from criminal prosecution.
- Justin Trudeau, often associated with championing Klaus Schwab’s ultra-liberal policies, is also suspected of being influenced by China, potentially making him a “Manchurian candidate” for Chinese interests in the Western world.
- A geopolitical neophyte and a serial diplomatic blunderer, Justin Trudeau has single-handedly managed to flush Canada’s reputation as a neutral player down the proverbial toilet.
American philosopher Eric Hoffer once prophesied about a hollow person, “An empty head is not really empty; it is stuffed with rubbish. Hence the difficulty of forcing anything into an empty head.” And when that empty head metamorphosizes into a swelled head – complete with vanity and pomposity, the phenom you typically get is some vacuous dandy, just like Trudeau. 
The Trudeaus are the Kardashians of Canada, but more disgusting and less amusing
Now those of you watching the daily news might easily agree here that the last couple of weeks might go down as the most surreally bizarre in the political history of Canada, what with Justin Trudeau almost getting spanked by the Bharat PM Modi at the G20 summit for his escapades with Khalistani terrorists, followed by a Kafkaesque aircraft malfunction that kept him grounded in Delhi for a couple of more days, followed by ‘credible’ rumors of Trudeau traipsing around in a drug haze, followed by him blaming Bharat for getting his pet terrorist bumped off in Canada, followed by him and his cronies celebrating a nasty Nazi in the Parliament – the list goes on as we speak.
And you wonder: a dum-dum like Trudeau should theoretically be the last person in the world to head a first-world country like Canada, and yet here he is – tilting at windmills, chasing in circles, and making a fine mess of the world we live in. To unpack this Trudeau spectacle, you have to start right at the beginning, starting with the history of modern Bharat, modern Canada, and that of the Trudeaus.
Making of Khalistan
Like most inhuman isms and cold-blooded campaigns that originated in the last century, Khalistan is the byproduct of the bloodthirsty brains of the communists. The once CPM General Secretary, Harkishen Singh Surjeet, had drafted the “Sikh homeland” document in 1940 to blunt the arguments in favor of the formation of Pakistan. “If Hindus and Muslims are two separate nations, then so are Sikhs,” he maintained. Before that, the British made sure to drive a wedge between the Sikhs and the Hindus in Punjab to safeguard against any armed rebellion. Mind you, the Anglosphere has largely been amenable to the Sikhs, as the Sikh orthodoxy had wholeheartedly supported their military endeavors during WWI and WWII, plying them with unlimited troops to fight for them in the harshest terrains across the world.
The bonhomie between them harked back to when the Sikh orthodoxy refused to fight against them in 1857 when Bharat’s First War of Independence was bad for the British. Also, don’t forget that within a few days after the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, the Sikh authority of the Golden Temple approached the murderer-in-chief, General Dyer, and requested him to convert to Sikhism. And they accepted him as an honorary Sikh despite Dyer openly saying he wouldn’t stop smoking.
The Khalistani Frankensteinian monster that the world witnessed in the eighties was purely a Pakistan project put into action to avenge their loss in the 1971 war against Bharat. “Pakistan will also have a Bangladesh carved out of India,” ex-Pakistan PM Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto promised, “except it will be on Pakistan’s border.” But the Pakistani interest in Khalistan was not confined to revenge, and it only grew more intense under his successor, General Zia-ul-Haq. Husain Haqqani, a former Pakistani Ambassador to Washington, says that “bleeding” India was certainly the main motive, but a second was to create a strategic “buffer” between India and Pakistan. Thirdly, he says, a state of Khalistan would “end India’s land access to Kashmir” to the north. Pakistan’s pipedream eventually unleashed mayhem across Punjab, forcing its denizens to migrate to Europe and North America, with many landing in Canada, which had seen the Sikhs landing on its ports for over a century.
The Khalistani Frankensteinian monster that the world witnessed in the eighties was purely a Pakistan project put into action to avenge their loss in the 1971 war against Bharat.
Making of Canadastan
Canada and America were the obvious choices for emigration in the early 1900s, as both countries had experienced similar struggles against the colonizing British. Between 1903 and 1913, approximately 10,000 South Asian emigres entered North America, mostly from the rural regions of central Punjab. About half the Punjabis had served in the British military.  And since they could organize themselves more freely than in British India, a freedom movement, which was eventually called Ghadar, took birth within these emigres. Being predominantly led by members from the Indian-Sikh community, the Ghadar movement had a network in Gurudwaras in Canada, through which information on operations was shared and the message of national solidarity was affirmed. Many underground anti-colonial actions were conducted by Ghadarites, which led to mass persecution, including the execution of the members by the British. 
To counter this overseas threat, “the Ghadarites’ network in Canada was infiltrated by a British intelligence agent, William Charles Hopkinson.” Hopkinson used his position to offset the nationalist ideas spreading through the Gurudwaras in Canada, which, to this day, has an impact.  “The point is we do not read history, and we did not understand how on earth is the Khalistan movement in Canada, out of all the places, it is because of Hopkinson.”
Hopkinson was eventually shot dead in court by Sikh Ghadarite Mewa Singh Lopoke.  Still, his seed of distrust continued to foment bad blood between the Sikhs and the Hindus, and the very gurudwaras that Hopkinson infiltrated 100 years ago in Canada are at the forefront of the Khalistan agitation today.
The true face of the Trudeaus
To truly fathom the recent antics of Justin Trudeau, one must scratch his deadbeat, disconnected, and desensitized facade and peer through the loony-bin DNA that he originates from. Pierre Trudeau – Justin’s father- is one of the most reviled personalities in Canadian history. For the Bhartiyas, his memory is even more loathsome, considering how Trudeau Sr and his government practically sat on all the intelligence that eventually led to the bombing of Air India Flight 182, killing all 329 people on board, most of whom were Indian-origin Canadians. The terror mastermind, Talwinder Singh Parmar, had come to Canada in 1984 after he was released from jail for killing 2 Punjab Police officers. After the bombing, the Canadian government refused to cooperate as Trudeau Sr refused to extradite him to India on the specious plea that India, though a member of the Commonwealth, did not recognize the sovereignty of the Queen, who was Canada’s sovereign. 
Pierre Trudeau was known to make loud liberal noises on all social issues across the world. Yet, his administration presided over the tardiest possible investigation that failed to reach any conclusion on the terrorist activity on Canada’s soil. Mind you, this was despite a very thorough probe in Bharat by Justice Kirpal Commission – including a meticulous metallurgical analysis by Bhartiya scientists – that exposed a terrorist’s hand in the Air India 182 bombing. No wonder Derek Burney, Canada’s former ambassador to the United States, declared that Trudeau Sr was just a consummate actor. “He got attention on the world stage, but few results.”
Justin’s mother, too, is an equally curious case, for she made more news for her decadent lifestyle, her sexual shenanigans, and her on-off relationship with Trudeau Sr. “And, boy, how Margaret Trudeau had lived.” By the late 1970s, she was an international sensation, “the Holly Golightly of the Mounties,” the wayward wife who had left Canada’s dashing, intellectual prime minister, Pierre, and their three young sons to pursue a life of glitz and unbridled hedonism that was splashed on the pages of every international tabloid. “Margaret incidents” became a staple of the papers, such as when impromptu, she serenaded the First Lady of Venezuela with a self-composed tune during a state dinner. “What no one knew was that she had eaten some hallucinogenic peyote beforehand.”
Justin has inherited the worst of his parents’ traits, though what remains common is their love for the dictators and hatred for the Jews. When Poland imposed martial law in 1981, Trudeau Sr expressed his sympathy – not with the oppressed but with the Soviet-dominated authorities. “If martial law is a way to avoid civil war and Soviet intervention, then I can say it is not all bad.” He also showed little sympathy for Soviet dissidents. He referred to Jewish human rights activist Anatoly Shcharansky and the Nobel Prize-winning physicist Andrei Sakharov as “hooligans.” 
Justin Trudeau’s recent celebration of the Waffen-SS Nazi, Yaroslav Hunka, has also lifted the veil on Canada’s post-WWII policy of naturalizing known Ukrainian Nazi collaborators and weaponizing them as domestic anti-communist shock troops. The post-war immigration wave included the grandfather of the current Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, who functioned as one of Hitler’s top Ukrainian propagandists inside Nazi-occupied Poland.
Remember, in 1997, ’60 Minutes’ released a special, “Canada’s Dark Secret,” revealing that Canada had granted some 1000 Nazi SS veterans from Baltic states citizenship after the war.  Irving Abella, a Canadian historian, told ’60 Minutes’ that the easiest way to get into the country “was by showing the SS tattoo. This proved that you were an anti-Communist.”
Abella also alleged that the then PM Pierre Trudeau explained that his government kept silent about the Nazi immigrants “because they were afraid of exacerbating relationships between Jews and Eastern European ethnic communities.” Abella said. “So he didn’t do anything, and he admitted it quite openly.” 
No wonder under the long reign of the Trudeaus, Canada has become a haven and a money conduit for terrorists and assassins of every hue and color – be it the Khalistanis from Bharat or the murderers of Bangladesh’s founding leader, Sheikh Mujibur Rehman or the moneyed sponsors of the LTTE from Sri Lanka or the military and social wings of Lebanon-based Hezbollah. Under the Trudeaus, Canada has indeed reveled itself as the beacon for the world’s baddies.
…under the long reign of the Trudeaus, Canada has become a haven and a money conduit for terrorists and assassins of every hue and color…
Once a pawn, always a pawn
It could be interesting to look at the key professional achievements and the various portfolios Justin Trudeau held before crash landing on the world as Canada’s PM. “Well, I was a snowboard instructor, I was a bouncer in a nightclub, I was a whitewater river guide for many years. I worked as a teacher. I make no apologies for a very varied set of life experiences,” he pompously declares in a 60 Minutes interview. He had also dabbled in a 2007 film, ‘The Great War’ on Canada’s involvement in WWI and loafed around in a charity boxing match, which got him a mention in Marvel’s ‘Civil War II: Choosing Sides .’ Conclusion: None of these jobs call for an iota of experience or effort, and they probably came his way due to his famous last name.
His famous last name also took him to Davos, the World Economic Forum (WEF), where Klaus Schwab takes in dreamy-eyed young leaders from across the world, networks them with the top capitalist billionaires looking to buy some socialist street-cred by investing in social welfare causes and drills into their brains some new-fangled socio-economic jargon that aims to reset the whole world into happiness. Their popular program: ‘The Great Reset,’ their popular prediction for 2030: ‘You will own nothing, and you will be happy .’
It almost sounds like a conspiracy theory, doesn’t it? It did, until PM Justin Trudeau seemingly added fuel to the conspiracy fire in a September 2020 United Nations conference by saying the “pandemic has provided an opportunity for a reset” and to “reimagine economic systems.” Videos have also emerged online of Schwab praising Trudeau as one of their “golden pin-up boys”. At Davos in 2016, Schwab said of Trudeau, “I couldn’t imagine anybody who could represent more of the world which will come out of this fourth industrial revolution.”
During a 2017 Harvard University talk, Schwab also declared that Trudeau and more than “half of his cabinet” were Young Global Leaders of the WEF, a program that promotes promising leaders aged 30 to 40.  Other Canadian alumni include Chrystia Freeland, Jagmeet Singh, and Andrew Scheer. “We penetrate the cabinets,” Schwab boasted at Harvard. 
So, is Justin Trudeau the pawn of Schwab’s WEF? Hold my chai; apparently, one more puppeteer is claiming the same. Yes, lately, the Canadians have come to believe that their PM could be a Manchurian candidate for China.
The Canadian Security Intelligence Service captured a conversation in 2014 wherein China appears to have targeted Justin Trudeau in a foreign influence operation after he became Liberal Leader in 2013, according to a national security source, who said Beijing’s plan involved donating a significant sum of money to the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation.
Later, classified documents revealed a sophisticated Chinese strategy to influence the 2021 Federal election to ensure that a minority Liberal government was returned in 2021 and that certain Conservative candidates identified by China were defeated. Their tactics involved disinformation campaigns, undeclared cash donations, and the use of international Chinese students studying in Canada as campaign volunteers to support preferred Liberal candidates.  Meanwhile, Trudeau kept batting for the Chinese, harping on how Chinese investment would create “middle-class Canadian jobs.” “The Trudeau government’s commitment to deeper relationships with China is shared by fewer and fewer Canadians.” 
From tyrants with love
Only during the raging truckers strike in Canada in 2022 did the world first notice the ugly streak of a despotic dictator creeping out of the carefully choreographed genial veneer of Justin Trudeau. But was it the only time? He did bare his autocratic fangs in the unguarded comments he had made in 2013, where he expressed “a level of admiration I actually have for China” with his reasoning that “their basic dictatorship is allowing them to actually turn their economy around on a dime.”
His brother Alexandre (Sacha) Trudeau, too, had once written a fawning happy 80th birthday column in the Toronto Star in praise of the Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. The piece included tributes such as how the revolutionary leader was a “great adventurer…a great scientific mind,” someone whose “intellect is one of the most broad and complete that can be found .”Castro, Sacha Trudeau claimed, was “an expert on genetics, on automobile combustion engines, on stock markets, on everything.” 
Actually, this strongman characteristic runs in the entire family. Bob Plamondon, the author of a 2013 biography of Pierre Trudeau, recounts how Trudeau Sr visited the Soviet Union in 1952 to discuss economics and declared to the Americans how “he was a communist and a Catholic and was in Moscow to criticize the US and praise the Soviet Union .”As the author recounts, Canadian diplomats thought Trudeau said such things out of an “infantile desire to shock.”
Later, he traveled around China for six weeks on a state-sponsored tour right in the middle of a wrenching state-imposed famine courtesy of Chairman Mao’s Great Leap Forward “reforms .”His visit to Cuba in 1964 takes the cake, where Trudeau Sr remarked, “When you see mass rallies with Fidel Castro speaking for 90 minutes in 100-degree heat, you wonder what is the need for elections?”
You can see how disconnected the Trudeaus were from the real world when Justin Trudeau fondly recalled how his late brother, Michel, who, when they were young kids, complained to their mother that he had fewer friends than his brothers. Margaret Trudeau replied that, unlike his brothers, Michel “had the greatest friend of all: he had Fidel.”
Trudeauism = Truantism
Typically, the terms bandied around by Liberals in Canada to deify the Trudeau family are Trudeaumania or Trudeauism. Are they worthy of such reverence? As it turns out, the Trudeaus had to face the public ire several times due to their insolence, and Justine Trudeau, in particular, seems to be a repeat offender and a glutton for punishment.
So, are Khalistanis the only terrorists that Trudeau’s Canada harbors? Nope, they have also been sheltering the assassins of Bangladesh’s founder, Sheikh Mujibur Rehman, for three decades now; they have Hezbollah groups and sponsors for LTTE. Are Hardeep Singh Nijjar-like political killings rare in Canada? No again; a popular Baloch human rights activist, Karima Baloch, too, was shadily bumped off allegedly by Pakistan’s ISI in Canada in 2020.  Was PM Modi probably wrong in publicly humiliating Trudeau at the recent G20 meeting in Delhi? Well, Trudeau has fallen into this habit of getting insulted in assorted G20 summits, as in the previous summit in Indonesia, too; Trudeau was thoroughly denounced by the Chinese Premier Xi Jinping for leaking details to the press.  Videos of the said incident show that, short of slapping him around, Xi took Trudeau to the cleaners. Trudeau has since added the European Parliament as his new venue of shame, where he was chastised with, “Mr. Trudeau, you are a disgrace to any democracy. Please, spare us your presence.” 
“Mr. Trudeau, you are a disgrace to any democracy. Please spare us your presence”
Then again, was Trudeau’s political inexperience that made him jump the gun recently by blaming Bharat for the Nijjar killing and inviting their ire? Ahh, been there, done that. Here, too, Trudeau is a repeat offender, when in 2018 too, he had jumped the gun and blamed Saudi Arabia for arresting a human rights activist. Retribution from Saudi came swiftly. The Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman responded promptly by throwing out the Canadian ambassador in 24 hours. He also recalled the Saudi ambassador in Canada back to the Kingdom, canceled all further flights to Canada, froze all investments and business transactions with Canada, and declared that 12000 Saudi students in Canada would be relocated to countries with similar education standards. 
Justin Trudeau should have never forgotten what Prince Mohammed bin Salman had warned him in 2018 when he ominously recalled an Arabic saying: “He who interferes with what doesn’t concern him, finds what doesn’t please him.”
The pious plumber who flushed Canada’s rep down the drain
It is amusing to many global affairs experts that Canada’s Liberals probably never checked the background of their devout plumber before crying buckets for him. As per his dossier, Hardeep Singh Nijjar is a Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) terrorist who had 10 FIRs against him in Bharat and a cash reward of Rs 1 million, announced by the Bharat’s National Investigation Agency (NIA). He had escaped to Canada on a forged passport in 1996 and had kept a low profile as a truck driver and a plumber. 
Najjar was radicalized by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), imparting him arms and explosives training in 2012 and 2013. After assuming charge of KTF in Canada, Nijjar was actively involved in spotting, networking, training, funding, and operationalizing KTF module members. As far as his religious creds go, he became the head of the Sikh Gurudwara by threatening his cousin and the temple’s former president, Raghbir Singh Nijjar. Canadian liberals and its Trudeau-fied media would have done well if they had read Nijjar’s dossier thoroughly before defending his rights.
Terry Milewski — author of ‘Blood for Blood: Fifty Years of the Global Khalistan Project’ has an entirely plausible murder theory – based on the voices on the ground, that the Nijjar killing was a possible gangland hit.
He begins with a similar murder of Ripudaman Singh Malik – an accused in the Air India bombing case. The locals believe that Malik’s death was the result of his newfound admiration for the Modi government. Malik was the principal financier of the Babar Khalsa, the terrorist group under Talwinder Parmar, which blew up Air India Flight 182 in 1985. In January 2022, he wrote a gushing letter to PM Modi praising him for all the wonderful things he had done for the Sikhs. Having published this letter publicly, he was seen as cozying up to PM Modi and turning into a pro-India Sikh. That must have seemed like treachery to his former friends in the Khalistan movement. “We know that Mr Malik had become friendly with the Indian government and that there was bad blood between him and Mr Nijjar.”
“There was a lawsuit between the two camps; they were hostile to each other. The theory was that Mr Malik was the victim of a local vendetta. He (Malik) was a criminal.”
What about Nijjar? The local popular theory is that “There is indeed some evidence for it that the Malik camp wanted to get revenge for the death of Malik by eliminating Nijjar. I will confine myself to saying that there were those in the Malik camp who have some experience in the business of murder.” 
Is this scenario feasible? Well, Terry Milewski has articulated the voices on the ground. For the entire truth, we might have to wait for Justin Trudeau to unveil more than unsubstantiated ‘credible allegations’.
The Interference Inference
It is difficult to believe that a country like Canada does not have a monitoring mechanism to check on foreign powers interfering in the matters of state; how could Canada put forth only ‘credible allegations’ against Bharat? As it turns out, there exists a National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) that monitors foreign interference in Canada, and it has put out several reports in the media, with Bharat’s name included along with China and Russia as the interfering ones. But there, too, NSICOP talks about a suspicious case of an immigrant media editor, which was subsequently thrown out as baseless by their Courts. 
“India’s motive for interference, according to NSICOP, is national security, and specifically the belief that Canada isn’t doing enough to address dangers of Sikh extremism — a problem that rocked both nations in the 1985 Air India bombing, a conspiracy conceived, planned, and executed in Canada,” according to Public Safety Canada. 
Besides, when it comes to cybercrime and malware vandalism, India is not at all listed among the bad guys – North Korea, Russia, China, and Iran, and their “state-sponsored programs” that “pose the greatest strategic threats to Canada” as per the latest public report by the Communications Security Establishment’s Centre for Cybersecurity.
Actually, on this subject matter, it is Bharat who has a lot to complain about Canada. Look at the travesty: In the original version of the Public Safety Department’s 2018 Public Report on the Terrorism Threat to Canada, right at the top, under “The Current Terrorist Threat to Canada,” there are five headings. They are Sunni Islamist Extremism, Right-Wing Extremism, Sikh (Khalistani) Extremism, Shia Extremism and Canadian Extremist Travellers. By April 2019, the whole document had been rewritten, with every mention of Khalistani extremism expunged.  Doesn’t this imply bias against the interests of Bharat?
Is this the rule-based order that Canada expounds? Do the Trudeaus practice what they preach? Remember how, in 1971, Canada had violated French sovereignty by allowing the Canadian Secret Service under RCMP to murder Quebec Freedom Fighter François Mario Bachand in Paris? Justin Trudeau’s father, Pierre Trudeau, was the PM of Canada in 1971. Can Canada explain how that dastardly act of Canada was not an interference in another sovereign country?
Lastly, Justin Trudeau would do well to remember that if this impasse continues, Canada has more to lose in the faceoff. Bharat’s bilateral trade with Canada is barely $8 billion, even less than with some African nations – like $14 billion with Nigeria. Remember, Canada makes $22.3 billion from student tuition fees alone – more than their most major auto parts export at $19.2 billion. 76% of those fees come from international students, and 47% of students are Indian.  Don’t forget that the loss of students “could have a knocking impact on other sectors as well. In housing, for example, we are talking about widespread mortgage defaults in major metros — Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Greater Vancouver Area, Calgary …subsidizing homeowners’ mortgages at a time when interest rates are sky high“.  Can Canada afford to shut down this tap?
Trudeau and Canada can’t have a viable Indo-Pacific strategy or a trade agreement with Bharat if they look at everything with their narrow colonial gaze. Political observers in Bharat believe Canada is doing the CIA’s bidding by needling Modi for his unequivocal support to Putin and Russia. Mind you, out of the 43 Khalistani terrorists on a list issued by Bharat’s NIA, 11 are based in the US, and only 8 (now 7) are in Canada. The Americans have not even apprehended the ten other Khalistani terrorists involved in the attack on the Indian consulate in San Francisco in March 2023. Remember Gurpatwant Singh Pannun – that Khalistan bully who issues genocidal threats against the Indian diaspora and diplomats while cozying up to enemies of Hindus, like the caste-instigator Thenmozhi Sounder Rajan?  Bharat’s RAW chief is on record saying that they are tolerating Pannun purely because he is a CIA agent “Hardeep Singh Nijjar was a killer, not a religious head, says Indian Intel | Mint (livemint.com)” 
Justin Trudeau fails to realize that in the eyes of Bharat, Canada is just a White Pakistan. Both countries are built on poached lands, both protect terrorists and drug-runners, both blame Bharat for their local political escapades, and both go crying to the US, begging to protect them from Modi’s Bharat. Never forget that Canada’s status for many Bhartiyas is only that it’s poor man’s America – only their rejects trudge it to Canada.
All said, the messy situation of Canada and Trudeau can be aptly summarized by this Turkish proverb: When a clown moves into a palace, he doesn’t become a King. The palace instead becomes a circus.
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