Goodbye Harper! Canada Celebrates New PM Trudeau’s Overwhelming Victory – With Analysis and Predictions

Goodbye Harper! Canada Celebrates New PM Trudeau’s Overwhelming Victory

With Analysis and Predictions!

Because Canada is so tightly connected to the US and because this victory by the opponent of the pro-US neocon Harper is so symptomatic of the Earth Shift we are experiencing, this is important for all to read!

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau speaks to media during a break at the federal Liberal summer caucus meeting in Edmonton on Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau speaks to media during a break at the federal Liberal summer caucus meeting in Edmonton on Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson

Liberal Justin Trudeau has received 54% of the vote. It’s an overwhelming victory by Canadian standards, which will allow Trudeau to form a majority government. The people have rejected pro-US conservative neocon Harper’s policies (I wrote about his blatant interference in Ukraine and shale gas projects in 2014 and in early 2015). Instead, Canadians elected someone who’s described as Harper’s opposite in every possible way.

Trudeau is the hope of the country once considered a neutral peacemaker of the Western world. Canadians desperately want this image back, being tired of playing the loyal vassal to the White House. Harper’s government managed to turn on its head the once nice, environmentally friendly and neutral image of this northern country. By interfering in Ukraine, Syria and elsewhere, Harper had created a profit-at-all-cost war-mongering machine that is unlike Canada of old.

But can Trudeau change the tide?

As many of you know, my predictions, based on the Great Balancer Russia/Putin’s actions, is that the tide is indeed changing worldwide. Trudeau’s election is in stride with this sweeping Earth Shift change.

His young age and looks are also a huge advantage at this time in history (and let’s not forget his daddy’s legacy and name). He is seen as that hope for change so many Canadians long for. But will he be allowed to create the change? Or is Canada too deep in with the US and it’s too late? Is Trudeau for real, and can he be trusted?

Reader question posted in my latest article, 

Flashback! Bush – Blair Collusion on Regime Change in Iraq One Year Before Invasion… and Thoughts,

along with my answer:

Justin Trudeau just won as Prime Minister of Canada! We all knew Harper was in bed with the bad guys, so we’re all happy he’s out. What about Justin Trudeau? He seems like a white hat kind of guy. Is he? Or, has he been compromised?

  • Lada Ray says:

    Congrats!!! Canada should be celebrating. No one could be worse than Harper.

    The jury’s out on Trudeau. He may be able to distance his country little by little from the US. I believe this is his goal.

    But he isn’t a free man to do as he pleases: Canada-US economic, political and financial ties had become very deeply entangled. Wall Street, greedy shale oil and gas interests, pro-US neocon-neoliberal world view, US-style MSM and policies foreign and domestic — all this dug into Canada very deep since 1990s – early 2000s. US, UK, Canada, Australia, often together with NATO, carry out lots of joint military projects all over the world (put plainly, joint foreign invasions).

    A clandestine idea has been running in the background for years, which is associated with the NWO as we know it today. It was expressed well before our time, but secretly confirmed and executed some time ago very quietly by Tony Blair, Dick Cheney, Bush and other neocons. It was the idea that all English-speaking countries — what we call the Anglo-American world — should always stick together, with US in the lead.

    As a result of NAFTA, Canadian industry and trade became closely integrated into the US industry and trade. Following 9/11 and the Afghanistan invasion, the neocon idea that all of Anglo-American world should unite against all threats foreign and domestic, took root, allowing US to basically take over each country’s MSM and propaganda, intel, much of the military decision-making, as well as foreign policy direction. This affected most UK, Australia and Canada. New Zealand, by virtue of being a small, far away and strategically inconsequential country, managed to preserve a bit more, but not a whole lot, of its independence.

    Canada became a close-knit part of the US matrix since.

    One thing going for Trudeau is his French roots. This means he isn’t a part of the Harper/ US-Canada ukro-nazi/ oil & gas mafia. This is hopeful, and historically, Canada PMs with French names were more independent in their policies, as far as I know. He’ll have to work slowly and tediously, but we have to be prepared that US won’t let Canada out that easily and will sabotage any such efforts by all means possible.

    This is where Trudeau will have to demonstrate his cunning and political skills, as well as patience and strategic thinking. Does he have enough fortitude to pull it off? Time will show – as I said, the jury is still out how far he is willing and able to go.

    My advice is to have a lot of patience. But Canada is a nice country; there is a good chance it can reassert its sovereignty in time. This will happen gradually as US weakens.

    On another note, Trudeau’s win almost definitely means Canada withdrawing its huge long-term support for ukro-nazis and the Kiev junta. I wrote about that on several occasions and we had some Canadian readers corroborating Canada’s deep involvement in Ukraine in their comments.

    Trudeau’s change of course will mean that all the violent, extremist, pro-war with Donbass and anti-Russian interests in Ukraine will begin waning more quickly. This will also weaken the US position in Ukraine, eventually forcing it to drop Ukraine, as I predicted from the start of 2014 (recall the timeline for change: 2016-18, and see PREDICTIONS). This is very good news for the long-suffering people of Donbass and for the entire long-suffering Ukraine!

    Yes, I think we do have a reason to celebrate Trudeau’s election, no matter where we live.

    This, however, doesn’t mean that US will just give up in that part of the world. I have intel indicating that a very devious Ukraine PLAN B is being developed, which has to do with Black Sea. I will discuss it in one of the future Earth Shift Reports. Stay tuned!

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    Corroborating video from RT: What to expect from Trudeau’s government

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AN IMPORTANT ADDITION AND UPDATE!

(to answer readers questions and comments): 

Justin Trudeau and his wife’s heart chakra calibrations

Was Harper better for Canadian economy?

Canada’s role in the 2014 ukro-nazi coup and the destruction of Ukraine

Why am I not being interviewed by RT?

Question: I noticed one little thing in the RT video during a sequence featuring Trudeau and his wife – they both held their hands over their hearts. Could it signify they have open and active heart chakras – not everyone does it seems to me; I doubt Harper does.

I think Trudeau and his wife are genuinely trying, but it doesn’t mean they are angels. Actually, answering to another comment here, they obviously can’t be, being a part of the Western political spectrum. But they do reflect the needs and wishes of the majority of their voters. JT is as good as it gets right now for Canada, but it doesn’t mean he will do exactly what people want – as I explained above.

People have voted for Trudeau’s daddy/family track record more than for Justin himself, although his looks (let’s face it, people get attracted to outward looks) and his attitude do help a lot. I think the heart gesture was a learned gesture for both. They were trained to do so by their image makers – because, well… it looks good and genuine for their constituents. So, I wouldn’t go by the outward appearances.

I look into the root of the issue or person, and my calibrations (see my Chi Kinesiology Quantum Calibrations Scale) give much more insight into the truth.

Trudeau’s heart chakra isn’t very open: calibration 210, Chi 180. I would consider it very borderline from the stand point of a holistic and evolved being. But it’s much healthier than most politicians, which gives a certain hope. And it’s INFINITELY better than Harper’s heart chakra, which is practically non-existent. That is scary when the leader of your country has a non-existent heart chakra! I’d be very concerned, and his actions confirmed that. As an example, look at the fear mongering campaign he’d run for these elections!

For JT, it’s about as open as it can get for a Western politician. Same with his wife. Incidentally, Justin’s father had heart chakra that calibrated also at 210, Chi 185. Very similar. This gives one an idea what to expect from this politician.

Since politicians usually (with one or two exceptions in today’s world) aren’t messiahs or healers, they can’t have very open and beautiful heart chakras. Actually, if they did, they’d be eaten alive in the world of eat or be eaten. Only one head of state can afford to have a beautiful heart chakra, and this is because he has a literal wall of supporters helping him (I’m sure you all know who I am talking about). But most must be very guarded, calculating and cunning in that world – not a place for an open heart chakra.

As I said, the jury is out on how Justin Trudeau will perform in the future, but there is hope.

One more thing: someone posted a comment about the animosity existing between east and west and that Trudeau Sr. destroyed Canadian economy. The former is true in terms of certain distrust and alienation. The latter can be debated.

Certainly, some things offered by conservatives, such as running a tight ship, are attractive; certain things offered by liberals are also attractive, such as being environmentally conscious. In many ways, the two parties in Canada are much like the two parties in the US – often can’t tell them apart. It is a reasonable idea that working together they could balance each other’s weaknesses out. But let’s get real: the Western system is designed not as a cooperative system. They don’t want to work with each other – each wants to win and rule solo!

Under such circumstances, Trudeau is certainly a better choice on balance.

Moreover, in my above analysis I have addressed the people’s need to change the image of the country and the need to change the international policy of Canada. Internal finance/economy issues are different and they are not the focus at this time.

Economically speaking, at least 2 things Trudeau Sr. did were good:

Trudeau Sr. cracked down in his days on the Alberta oil and gas mafia, consisting in big part of heirs of those Bandera Ukraine nazis that collaborated with Hitler during WWII. These escaped in big part to Canada, US and Argentina after the defeat in WWII. Some of these criminals were up to their noses in blood of hundreds of thousands they executed, sometimes whole villages.

This is a dark page in Canada’s history, who accepted them because they had gold they stole from those they had killed. These people bought agricultural lands, which later became oil and gas fields, thus getting wealthy.

I know some in Canada may deny that what I am describing here is the case. In many cases these entities would keep their involvement under wraps – isn’t that the definition of a mafia?

So, this oil and gas mafia was allowed again to flourish during Harper. That led to the emboldening and much better financing of the Canada ukro-nazis, in turn also supported by Harper. These had sent monetary support to their western Ukraine contacts, trained ukro-nazis in Western Ukraine, financed and sent college and school teachers to Ukraine, staffed Ukraine MSM and helped re-write history books financed by Soros. Within short 10 years turned a once sane country called Ukraine into a crazed and hateful anti-Russia, facilitating 2014 ukro-nazi coup and civil war.

The participation of Canada in the destruction of Ukraine is enormous, both by Harper’s government officially and by Alberta Bandera-ukro-nazis privately, through their own resources. Their idea was to take revenge on Russia for their defeat and humiliation in WWII – and so far they’ve succeeded, practically destroying a once nice Ukraine.

Those who write comments like: “Harper was better for Canadian economy,” please keep in mind, Harper’s Canada takes a large chunk of blame for what happened in Ukraine. I’m sure no good citizen of Canada would want to prosper at the expense of any other country.

We can also talk about the terrible environmental track record of Harper. Prosperity at the expense of the environment isn’t good either.

Question: Why are you not being interviewed by RT, Lada?

At this time I don’t do video interviews due to certain privacy considerations. This may change in the future – I am debating with myself if I should perhaps start giving video interviews at some future point. Also, much is happening in my life and any interviews have been put on hold for now. I may have some audio interviews in the winter or spring.

I’ll keep you all posted.

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  1. Yes ,what a big upset for the neocons.I would have preferred a Trudeau minority with Mulcair’s NDP holding the balance of power.Both party’s ideology are not that different and it would have made the perfect government IMHO.They both had good ideas and projected good electoral platforms.
    But I am glad of the result regardless. In Canada ,it was anything but Harper that swung it completely on the Liberal side . Justin Trudeau is a man with a good head on his shoulders ,honest and a man with a heart.Onward Canada to rebuild the nation / reputation we once had .

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  2. I am a Canadian that is from western Canada. Justin Trudeau’s father hated the west, killed the National Energy Policy, broke Alberta and run huge deficits country wide! He also gave Alberta the finger! It is well known that eastern Canada hates the west but are more than happy to have the oil revenues from the western provinces! Mr. Harper ran a tight ship, got rid of the Canadian Wheat Board.

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    • Thanks for the comment, Debra. I’ve published article update in which I addressed all of yours and some other people’s comments. Look at the end of this article.
      Cheers 🙂

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  3. I kind of agree with “Canada should be celebrating. No one could be worse than Harper.” but as we know than in North America and many other countries you are never elected if you are totally clean or not ready to follow the rules edicted by the Power That Be. However his father Pierre-Elliot did not like very much the USA and was friend with Fidel Castro to the great horror of the USA. Hoping that he will be able and live longer to do the same thing. Only time will tell. As a canadian, for sure I hope that it is a sign of a new era but I will not bet on that unfortunately.

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  4. My advise to Justin Trudeau watch your back.

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  5. Yes it is good news that Canada has finally gotten rid of Harper – hopefully for good. I agree with all you say above; thanks for sharing that analysis.
    I noticed one little thing in the RT video during a sequence featuring Trudeau and his wife – they both held their hands over their hearts. Could it signify they have open and active heart chakras – not everyone does it seems to me; I doubt Harper does.
    Why are you not being interviewed by RT Lada?

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  6. Reblogged this on 1EarthUnited and commented:
    “Trudeau’s win almost definitely means Canada withdrawing its huge long-term support for ukro-nazis and the Kiev junta. I wrote about that on several occasions and we had some Canadian readers corroborating Canada’s deep involvement in Ukraine in their comments.

    Trudeau’s change of course will mean that all the violent, extremist, pro-war with Donbass and anti-Russian interests in Ukraine will begin waning more quickly. This will also weaken the US position in Ukraine, eventually forcing it to drop Ukraine, as I predicted from the start of 2014 (recall the timeline for change: 2016-18, and see PREDICTIONS). This is very good news for the long-suffering people of Donbass and for the entire long-suffering Ukraine!

    Yes, I think we do have a reason to celebrate Trudeau’s election, no matter where we live.”

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  7. Hi Lada, excellent article.. as always !!

    I am in canada, and I did follow JT’s campaign till the end. At some point during the campaign, answering to a question by a media reporter on Russia & specifically Putin, this is what JT said (fyi, this is verbatim): ” I am going to counter the bully called Putin for his actions”.

    So given your article here, do you really think JT would be able to come to terms with what Russia and Putin have plans for? or vice-versa, would Putin be able to come to talking terms with JT?
    If any of answers is Yes, then when do you see that happening?

    Your reply is greatly anticipated.

    Thanks.

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    • I don’t follow his campaign, or any other campaign for that matter, and if that’s what he said, then too bad. I see others quoting similar things. I foresee changes in Canadian policies in the coming 2 years or so, which may be based on desperation and necessity, not on his or someone’s riteousness.
      I see that NOT based on what he says during his campaign.

      Also, there are so many nice readers I have from Canada who hope for real change that I hope for the better for their sakes. 🙂

      JT may be just another russophobe – aren’t all who have been able to hang on to power in the West? Isn’t it pre-requisite for a western politician?

      Another thing to consider is that AS I SAID IN THE ARTICLE, the ukro-nazi lobby in Canada was allowed to proliferate and spread like cancer, and as I SAID, Trudeau isn’t a free man – he is beholden to his policial reality. He may not be able to say what he wants to say. I read this more like statements designed to appease Americans and ukro-nazi lobby. Because who knows, they would blow him up in no time if he comes out with statements that are any different – look what they’ve done to poor Donbass. They are very dangerous people and whether Canadians want to admit it or not, ukro-nazis have infiltrated Canada very deeply.

      Still, unfortunately these statements are very unsavory and the person who talks like that can’t be trusted fully. If he does believe what he says, too bad – but aren’t they all brainwashed through and through? And again, I never said he was great, I just said that he’s the best Canada has at this time.

      I also did say very clearly that the situation is very complicated and not to expect miracles or quick turnarounds. I do think there is a bit more common sense there. That’s as much as we can hope from a western politician.

      As to whether he will speak with Putin or not – it’s entirely inconsequential from Putin’s point of view. Russian leaders rarely speak with Canadian leaders. But they all suddenly decide to speak with Putin when they have no choice and when their own policies have gotten them into the dog house. Look at US, Saudis, Germany and Israel.

      Canadian policies aren’t very important from Russia’s standpoint. Me, I really hope this one has more common sense for the sake of both Canada and Ukraine – the two countries for whom his policies will mean a lot.

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  8. Do you remember when Obama was elected President of the USA. Everyone was happy and looking for real changes. The New-Age followers were even saying that he was like a God-send and a very advanced soul. Look at what he has done and you will see that he is even worse than his predecessor Bush. Never underestimated the power of the Politic and those who have the money.

    Only time will tell us if Trudeau is really different from Harper. Hoping that anything harmful happens to him like the last real good president of the USA J. F. Kennedy.

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    • Good observation. This is funny about New Age followers believing he was God-sent, lol – and true. I just scratched my head at all those glorious predictions at the time -and I was the one who predicted his election one year ahead of time. It can be understood though: people are just very thirsty for change everywhere in the West, that’s why they are so prone to placing unfounded romantic expectations on ‘false messiahs’ such as Obama or JT.

      Yes, very cautious hope re. JT. No more than that. I actually think he doesn’t deserve as much prime time as I am giving him here. He isn’t that great really. Already bored talking about him.

      My hope for JT isn’t based on the romantic idea as some have had for Obama in the beginning. It’s a much more prosaic thing: US and West are waning and by the time he takes office even bigger shift to the East will take place. He will have no choice but to go along with the times if he wants his country to be ok, if he isn’t stupid, that is. The tide is changing.

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  9. Trudeau seems half-way human, so that’s a start.

    In a sense, one can make the case that perhaps the biggest challenge is dealing with internal divisions that are hard to compromise over. Many countries, such as Syria and the Ukraine, are fairly arbitrary in terms of what is now considered their territory. And we have been living through a period of strong government in most of the world, so that the national elite in the nation’s capital dominate. What this means in practice is that, for example, Kurds in Syria, Turkey, and Iran have had no schools teaching in Kurdish. How can there be peace in such a situation? Trudeau’s father was quite divisive, and could be said to be the father of both Harper (due to radicalizing the West) and now his son. Life is full of ironies.

    We need better ways of creating workable compromises. Maybe, just maybe, the Russian pressure on the Ukraine will help open the doors to turning many countries into less centralized systems. Imagine how bitter things would be in Canada today if Harper had had no federalization to impede him. Quebec might have had an illegal referendum on separation just for starters.

    And this brings up a question. How federalized is Russia, and will that likely increase in the coming years?

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  10. Ukraine II? Black Sea? We knew this was coming, right Lada? Justin is just too handsome to not get in trouble. He’ll need a special detail to cover this challenge.

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