On Globalism and the Convergence of Political Parties
Another post in the series of my material translated from French:
I took this number somewhere on this forum. Whatever the case, I doubt that laziness is one of the primary reasons behind voter abstention. One thing is clear, there is an increasing number of people who do not see a real difference between the opposing parties, and for whom votes no longer count.
This is not an isolated problem. It is a tendency which can be seen everywhere in the Western world, whether in the UK, in France, in Australia and at the federal level in Canada, and even more so in the United States whose two main parties practically form a single party system. I do not believe,also, that this is a coincidence.
In all those countries, there is a convergence of parties towards neoliberalism. This is not a coincidence, either, but the result of collusions on a global scale, through international summits and think tanks, such as the Trilateral Commission, the Davos forum, the Bilderberg Group, and many others.
The latter, whose existence was long known but only recently admitted in the media, regroups ever year CEOs and media magnates with heads of states and political parties from throughout the world. Lucien Bouchard himself took part in that meeting in 1971 (CORRECTION: Lucien Bouchard did not take part in the 1971 Bilderberg meeting, this was a confusion with another document as pointed out later by a forum member), with Robert Bourassa and Pierre-Elliott Trudeau at the same meeting (and that is only after a Google search...). Same story at the federal level: Stephen Harper and Paul Martin have both taken part to one Bilderberg meeting or another; Stéphane Dion as well, Brian Mulroney, Conrad Black, etc. And the cherry on the sundae: add to that David Rockefeller and Paul Démarais (ADDENDUM: well-known Canadian oligarch who owns Power Corporation). Do a Goole search if you don't believe me...
People will have different opinions regarding the Bilderberg Group; some will say that it's a conspiracy, others will say that it's only meetings. Be it as it may, it comes to no surprise that people complain that all parties look the same.
By the way, i would like to warn that one of the results leads to federalist propaganda which attempts to smear the Quebec sovereignty movement as a globalist agenda. However, the page is an article from a book, and the site that hosts it takes no position on Quebec.
My follow-up, in answer to the Suzanne Lachance's remark that one almost needs to be part of those organisations to be Prime Minister:
You would be surprised at how accurately you put it. Bill Clinton and Tony Blair took part in those meetings even before they became known; it was only after that they started climbing in the ranks. An article by Reuters even made the admission that "Invited as speakers, Bill Clinton and Tony Blair were groomed at Bilderberg meetings before rising to fame as U.S. President and British Prime Minister respectively.".
A memo from the British House of Commons revealed that Kenneth Clarke took part in the same meeting as Tony Blair as a representative of the opposition party without having declared this to Parliament as required (which Tony Blair did), however.
In the United States, it's a real joke. The Bush family now considers Bill Clinton their "surrogate son". Bush Jr. and Kerry were both members of the same Yale fraternity, known as the Skull and Bones. The United States even have their own internal version of the Bilderberg Group, the Council on Foreign Relations, of which all major American politicians are members, as well as the heads of the national banks, media magnates and CEOs. This could practically be called the American equivalent of the Soviet politburo.
Our own politicians are not excluded. Brian Mulroney is a friend of Bush Sr. and both have been members of the Carlyle Group, a private investment firm with numerous ties with the American military-industrial complex, as well as Bush Jr., former British Prime Minister ohn Major, Canadian ambassadors Allan Gotlieb and Frank McKenna, and former Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed. And guess who? Paul Desmarais!