Letters and Editorials 2013 Views Peter Tremblay

Canadian book provides context of possible U.S. presidential election conspiracy scenario



In my book Justin Trudeau, Judicial Corruption and the Supreme Court of Canada, I provide an outline of a corruption scenario in the Canadian government that I now believe may also be at work in the recent U.S. presidential election. My political background is that of a progressive Canadian liberal socialist, so my political views can by no means be considered to be "right-wing." It is my view that anyone who cares about the protection of democracy anywhere and the future of humanity regardless of one's political views of U.S. President Trump ought to be concerned about the apparent "operations" that appear to have taken place south of the border. And the fact that these "operations" could have taken place against supposedly "the most powerful political leader in the world" is definitely not a good thing for the rest of humanity.

There are two big groups of people who like to pooh-pooh the idea of so-called "conspiracy theories."  The first group is people in the masses who think that we live in a "global society" that is one big Sunday school where everyone acts like they are members of the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. The other group is the ultra-insiders who perpetrate the conspiracies they don't want you to know about.

One of the most notorious and well-documented conspiracies in U.S. history was Operation Northwoods, which involved a U.S. intelligence plot to overthrow Fidel Castro's Cuban government. With that said, perhaps one of the most famous conspiracies that led up to the Iraq War was the false claim that Saddam Hussein was stockpiling weapons of mass destruction.

Evidence of a well-orchestrated conspiracy against U.S. President Donald Trump is leaving its shadow all over the place, and that shadow is growing. The first shadow revealed itself through reported efforts to keep Trump's scrutineers as far away as possible from the counting process in certain states. The second shadow is how well the mainstream media seems to be repeating similar combinations of words regarding "President Trump's unfounded claims," suggesting a well-coordinated script from one unified source. The third and biggest shadow yet is Fox News, having become President Trump's most trusted ally in the media for years, all of a sudden morphing into a backstabber. Overnight, they have become the harshest critic against Trump in the mainstream TV media — they even went to the trouble of cutting off President Trump as he sought to present his side of the story. 

What would motivate Fox News to do this, other than "jumping ship" for someone or some group that they perceive to be even more powerful?

As part of this apparent plot, the National Post reports Pfizer apparently waited to announce their coronavirus vaccine "success story" until just after the U.S. presidential election. This was regarded by President Trump to be no coincidence and also suggests a coordinated effort of ultra-insiders. Is it possible that "they," whoever or whatever group "they" are, wanted to make sure that Trump was not able to "take any credit" and support the Biden campaign's narrative of Trump's "complete failure" during the pandemic?

There are four kinds of conspiracies. The first involves collaborations of people and groups that operate in a self-serving manner, generally for financial gain, but operate lawfully and with no interest in harming specific government-political interests or specific groups of people. The second kind of conspiracies involves criminals working together or well-organized criminal organizations. The third kind involves third parties that operate as "terrorists" or criminals from the outside and seek to attack corporate or political-governmental interests. The first three kinds of conspiracies tend to be monitored and caught by law enforcement if they begin to transgress criminal and other law. It is apparent that the U.S. presidential election did not involve the first three kinds of conspiracies. Rather, the U.S. presidential election seems to involve a "conspiracy of the fourth kind."

That is to say that the U.S. presidential election was an apparent "high conspiracy" perpetrated by ultra-insiders who are collectively far more powerful than even the Office of the President of the United States and comprise elements of the very ultra-insiders that President Trump has pledged to challenge during his presidency. 

I refer to these ultra-insiders as the "archons" and document their ability to control law enforcement and a clique of judges alike. They don't operate within the law but above it.

When U.S. President Donald Trump talked about his desire to "Drain the Swamp," he was referring to the ultra-insiders who have sought to control American politicians like puppets.

If these are the groups at work in the U.S. presidential election, no amount of evidence will likely be recognized by the mass media, law enforcement, or even judges.

My book paints a scenario of high corruption by ultra-insiders who have the power to concoct and enforce a conspiracy as a result of their collective financial and political control in capitalism. My research is not the product of a so-called conspiracy "theory" but the result of careful analysis, observation, and direct experience of interests that thrive on mass deception as to their true agenda. Such ultra-insiders often love to hide behind "feel-good" causes like human rights, social justice, and environmental protection, but have no genuine intent.

The objective of such ultra-insiders is to associate with or completely embed themselves in these causes to ensure that, if the public hears any allegation of their association with a conspiracy, the public will regard such allegations with total disbelief.

The deception at work is apparent upon hearing things like: "You mean John... naaah... He is in charge of that big human rights organization. He would never do anything like that. Or you mean Jenny? Naaah... She's a big environmentalist. No way she would be working for the polluters and helping exploit children in the third world... That's nothing but a conspiracy theory!"

Deception in our world is becoming more apparent under the auspices of the ultra-insiders. There is a clear effort to have us believe, through the media, that "up is down" and "down is up."

All the good that U.S. President Trump did to support visible minority communities was largely repressed by ultra-insider-controlled so-called "liberal" media in an effort to paint U.S. President Trump as a "racist" and Joe Biden as the "rational choice" in the election for any visible minority or white American who is against racism.

The real racists are the ultra-insiders who have sought to enforce layers of systemic racism within and beyond U.S. borders over generations — the very ones Trump has exposed as hypocrites.

The U.S. presidential election is only the most recent coup in an effort to deceive the masses.

The kind of high-stakes deception at work in the U.S. presidential election will not likely see the light of day in any ultra-insider-controlled American court. This might explain Trump's efforts to secure a U.S. Supreme Court nominee before the U.S. election.

My book on corresponding intrigue and machinations at play in Canada further explores what is at stake — in Canada, in the U.S., and around the world.


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