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Optimistic in America

Optimistic in America is the good life TV promotes and Joe citizen hopes to have soon.

Optimistic in America is a fridge full of goodies the TV ads promote Joe citizen needs and believes will get soon.

Optimistic in America is when Joe citizen opens his fridge and finds the goodies the TV ads promote as the stuff needed for the good life he believes will come soon.

Reality is that despite lots of promises, hoopla, and new laws things remain pretty well the same or worse than 2008 for many. New elections are around the corner and many can expect very little to better their lot no matter who they decide will help them out of their misery brands or parties matter very little.

The true optimistic people are those that use their God-given abilities and a bit of luck to start some sort of enterprise to ween themselves off government help.

My cartoon is two-fold, provide some humor and make a statement of the circumstances that exist for many people living in America. This is my response to this week’s WP weekly photo challenge “OPTIMISTIC”.

Wing and a Prayer

On a wing and a prayer, why you should vote Liberal on October 19, 2015, is to help Justin complete Pierre Eliot Trudeau’s mission to totally financially enslave Canadians to international bankers.

Back in 1965 Pierre Trudeau got elected pushing “participatory democracy” also known as “Just Society” based on his definition of what that may mean.

He was after all the product of early years at elite Quebec Jesuit schools later blended with Marxism at Harvard, the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris, and London School of Economics, where he had indoctrination by some of the best communist instructors-professors outside of the USSR.

Trudeau also attended a world communist conference in Moscow to get first-hand experience in economics. What he heard there furthered when he enrolled in the London School of Economics to study under renowned socialist economist Harold Laski. That convinced Trudeau that ‘Keynesian economics’ and social science were essential to create the “good life” in a democratic society.

Prior to 1974, Canadian national debt stood at a shocking CDN $18 BILLIONS today we remain perched on the edge over a financial abyss. Officially our national debt is around CDN$417 BILLIONS even with a ‘balanced budget’ the Stephen Harper government worked hard to meet.

The year 1974 is important because that is when the Trudeau Liberal government introduced ‘deficit financing’ allowing international banks finance his Just Society “infrastructure” and social programs, Canada is still struggling to pay off that debt.

His training and later expulsion from Canadian Officers’ Training Corps following a degree in law at Université de Montréal in 1943 certainly saved his rear end from conscription and service at the front when everyone else was fighting the again, he was one of the entitled, the Quebec privileged rich class.

Being privileged also helped in landing a comfy job under Liberal PM Louis St. Laurent as an economic policy advisor followed by appointment as justice minister under Mike Pearson.

His position allowed introduction of his infamous Omnibus bill scrapping certain Canadian laws based on Christian values brought over from Europe by the Canada’s founding nations, replacing them with the slippery slope (secularism) we have today.

Our left-leaning controlled media continues to praise and rave about his “the government has no business in the bedroom” quote giving it the reverence worthy of the Holy Bible.

Today’s immorality, materialism, and lack of credibility our politicians exude, our distrust of them and their daily assault on our religious institutions stems from that time.

Trudeau showed his true colors, his lack of credibility, during his first term by introducing the 1969 White Paper on Indians, promoted by new Department of Indian and Northern Affairs minister Jean Chretien.

It proposed the general assimilation of First Nations into the Canadian body politic by eliminating the Indian Act and Indian status, parceling off reserve land to private owners-developers, and eliminating the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs.

This was an example of typical classical liberal participatory democracy or ‘Just Society’ in action something that has remained and is pushed today by Pierre’s successor Justin Trudeau, who promises everything and anything to anybody who still wants to listen. Then again, talk is cheap and Liberals are renowned for their empty promises that mysteriously evaporate like the mist once they assume power.

My tiny video is just a fleeting glimpse of scandalous things that happened the last time the entitled Liberal crowd held power in Ottawa, helping viewers understand what is in store for Canada after October 19, 2015.

Like many Canadians I prefer voting for Nobody because Nobody will keep election promises, listen to my concerns, help the poor, underprivileged, and the unemployed. Furthermore, Nobody cares!

Should Nobody be elected things will be far better for everyone because Nobody tells the truth!

Just Watch Me 2


Just watch me 2 is our second Trudeau experience rolling the dice hoping it doesn’t come up snake eyes, more destructive political turmoil.

The first was Pierre Eliot Trudeau, who during the 1970 October Crisis uttered the now famous “just watch me” to TV reporters when pressed about how far he was prepared to go to regain control.

We are throwing our dice hoping against a repeat of history when Canada experienced an incredible amount of fiscal and constitutional turmoil much of which we are still dealing with even today.

Canadian deficit financing as we know it and are still experiencing its effects on our daily lives today was brought in by Pierre Eliot Trudeau’s Liberal government in 1974.

Canada’s national debt then was a staggering $$18 Billion dollars and the Bank of Canada printed our own money lending it to our federal government at no interest at all, this changed with the Trudeau government who signed it all away to international banks.

In 1974 the Trudeau Liberal allowed them free rein to print money and collect interest on what they printed and loaned to the federal government.

Today our national debt is about ***$$420 Billion more or less and expected to double, triple, or whatever when Justin Trudeau becomes prime minister. We know that deficit financing is what his government intends doing because he publicly said so. ***(actually $$$CDN 1.07 TRILLION Dollars 15/09/2015)

Despite this, nearly 30 years after leaving office and 13 years after death, the Trudeau myth endures. In fact, one national polling company claims that he remains ranked the best Canadian prime minister since 1968. It is small wonder why Justin rose so quickly in the struggling Liberal party, in part by the nostalgia for that earlier Trudeau era.

During the years 1969 and 1979  world commodity prices experienced a temporary plateau remaining high and the Trudeau Liberals got lulled into tripling federal spending raking up the worst federal budget deficits in peacetime history. When things then went south with commodities Canadians became saddled with huge debt.

This is interesting because Trudeau had once worked in Ottawa from 1949 to 1951 for Liberal Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent as an economic policy advisor in the Privy Council Office.

For someone who was a doctoral student under renowned socialist economist Harold Laski in the London School of Economics he should definitely have been more attuned, on the ball, to the stock market’s highs and lows. Then again, Trudeau also trained in Harvard and the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris, and was fascinated with Marxism and Keynesian economics being essential to the creation of the “good life” in democratic society. Pierre even travelled to Moscow, USSR for a conference on it about which he found out from a number of leftist publications he subscribed to.

Spending and piling up massive debts to leave for future generations of Canadians was the ‘raison d’être’ for Pierre because he loved being a celebrity, the internationalist, cavorting with dictators. These same people accustomed doing similar stuff to keep their masses quiet through their state controlled media that provided them necessary cover with daily propaganda on how wonderful everything is because of their socialist governments.

Heck, Trudeau, the media darling, could get away with almost anything, he could do no wrong. For example, he claimed to utter “fuddle duddle” to an opposition MP who outfoxed him regarding an important issue, when it was clear that he really said “f–k off!” Trudeau, arrogant as the rich man’s son he was, defended himself when accused of not having the guts to admit saying the f-word by saying that he didn’t run off to complain to his mama, unlike opposition members whining to the press.

More of this information, despite much sanitizing done on Google, is available for those interested finding it.

Canadians will elect a federal government in October 2015 that will either be a servant to the population or they will end up serving a massive, bloated, expensive government they’ve had before in a different era.

We must  make our decision carefully based on true facts instead of swallowing blatant, slanted propaganda the media talking heads bombard us daily with. Emotions based on false nostalgia have no room in our decision because too much is at stake