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A local radio show was appropriately covering the recent mass media interest in a groping story from 18 years ago that suddenly came out in June, 2018, against the Prime Minister of Canada. It actually happened, as we learned from the woman, herself, who actually wrote the local newspaper article the following day.

I tweeted many points, and I feel that they are all useful to sum up the important issues and my thoughts on the matter:

CBC even deliberately covered up on their July 2 the National report that it was the reporter who wrote the article the day after the groping incident, and they aren’t the only source that isn’t reporting that.

I don’t think we would/should make much of the issue at all, with the woman not publicly coming out about it now, were it not for Trudeau’s remarks that he wouldn’t have been so forward if he knew she was a national reporter — very damning words.

If the NDP standard was applied to the PM, he’d be gone even from the Liberal caucus, as the NDP dumped an MP just for not taking non-verbal cues construed as sexual harassment — not even groping anyone, unlike Trudeau.

Getting out ahead of a crisis is mostly an issue in the private sector, where bad PR can be very damaging to the company, so even CEOs can be expendable — politics is a very different beast, particularly when you’re the PM.

It’s possible, and we may never know, that the groped reporter was paid off by Trudeau right after that article, given that, he, from his own admission, was concerned about negative national publicity.

Some articles have even misled with the narrative that this incident happened long before Trudeau had a political career. It’s widely acknowledged that he was officially political, and sought the PM job ever since his father’s funeral speech.

The political timing is revealing and key, Mike, as Kinsella (an enemy of Trudeau and some other Liberals, as a former Liberal partisan himself), put the story out after Trudeau let Kent Hehr stay in caucus after a report, despite the multiple allegations against him.

Notice the incongruity, too? He says he remembers that day well, but then doesn’t remember any negative interactions. Something doesn’t add up, directly in his statement, because the article published a day later quoted him as effectively acknowledging the grope.

Yes, Trudeau’s remarks about not groping her if he had known she was a national reporter was somewhat dismissive of her status, but note that it was pre-Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, so I think it was mostly a case of his concerns over his political reputation+future

That is, that if the incident 18 years ago happened with today’s social media, it would’ve been as bad as if she hadn’t been a national reporter, whereas then, only a national reporter could be a potential political threat.

A particular case where Trudeau is failing to give a proper response is by not saying, yes, I acted inappropriately, and that was the mindset I had at the time, from my own failings and the culture, and thankfully, we have finally been addressing that with MeToo.

Trudeau may deliberately be playing coy if there are other women out there that he had groped at the time, and by acknowledging guilt, he could bring other accusers out, and it would really damage him. He’s making a political calculation of acting dumb.

This 1978 interview is very significant, because one of the Black leaders in a temporary coalition government, outright says that Mugabe wants a communist government. It was then, no surprise, when by the 90s, he was seizing the land of productive farmers and handing them out to the rest of the population, with productivity plummeting. Please, people, listen carefully to what people in the know say about others, to do something about them before they do what they say they will do.

Firing Line with William F. Buckley Jr.: The Rhodesian Dilemma
Episode S0331, Recorded on July 21, 1978
Guest: Abel Tendekayi Muzorewa

Firing Line with William F. Buckley Jr.: The Question of Rhodesia
Episode S0133, Recorded on March 15, 1974
Guest: Ian Douglas Smith

Firing Line with William F. Buckley Jr.: Is There a Solution for Rhodesia?
Episode S0273, Recorded on March 9, 1977
Guests: Julian Amery, Joan Lestor

Firing Line with William F. Buckley Jr.: Lifting the Trade Ban on Rhodesia
Episode S0373, Recorded on June 15, 1979
Guests: Allard K. Lowenstein, Stephen J. Solarz

With the news of Charles Manson’s passing on November 19, 2017, here is the most intelligent statement I ever heard him make.

As someone alluded to in the comments, it’s no wonder he never got parole!

Thanks to this satirical article on the Beaverton, about the radical Leftist professors and administrators at Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada, who forced a grad teaching assistant into tears when they confronted her for playing a clip from Ontario’s public broadcaster, of a debate with professor Jordan Peterson, Americans are now discovering Canada’s version of The Onion, The Beaverton.

“WATERLOO, ON – Officials at Wilfrid Laurier University are launching a probe to determine how a TA who showed her students a clip from The Agenda became exposed to the extremist organization and its radical leader, Steve Paikin.

The clip featured a debate on the use of gender neutral pronouns. The university is still trying to ascertain how the TA got hold of such a graphic and disturbing clip.

(continued)”

Apparently being a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, and an attendee of Bohemian Grove and Bilderberg meetings wasn’t enough to keep Charlie Rose from being accused by several women for sexual impropriety and assault. Maybe he would’ve fared better today if David Rockefeller (one of his favourite interviewees and past CFR President + Trilateral Commission founder) would’ve still been alive.

Rose featured prominently in many of the 1000+ articles I had written since 2009, and here are most of them, which you can find linked here.

Former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker laughs at the great increase in wealth disparity over the past 10 to 15 years, and at Americans for not speaking out more forcibly against it

Fareed Zakaria tells the truth about the Bill of Rights, “an anti-democratic document”

Globalist champion Charlie Rose goes native with his show archives

Charlie Rose raises Zionism with Turkish minister, stays silent on Armenian genocide

Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg: “Until women are as ambitious as men, they’re not going to achieve as much as men.”

Charlie Rose’s interview with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia

Charlie Rose’s pro-Big Pharma panel on Multiple Sclerosis

Charlie Rose interviews Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Charlie Rose pulled the transcripts of his shows

According to CharlieRose.com, the financial crisis ended on March 10, 2009

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scalia’s Obamacare wording hypocrisy

Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor betrays the political nature of the Court

Dick Cheney mistakenly thinks the Second Amendment granted rights

Zbigniew Brzezinski warns against an Israeli attack on Iran

Former Bush chief strategist Matthew Dowd’s bogus New Hampshire Republican primary prediction

Former Associate Supreme Court Justice, John Paul Stevens, explains the changing definition of “originalism”

Self-described communist, Slavoj Zizek: “Capitalism is the most productive social order in the history of humanity.”

Warren Buffett: “The decision to make Tim Geithner the Secretary of Treasury was a terrific decision.”

Corporate welfare recipient Morgan Stanley Chairman working for China

IMF Director says IMF “forces coordination” and there’s “no other solution” to Greek-style austerity

To the U.S. government, immediately means within a year

Russia’s second-largest bank, VTB, is 85% state-owned

How to meet our future electricity demands: The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind

The leader of Singapore’s economic miracle shares his fascinating and strategic insight into today’s world

“America is down, not out”: Billionaire Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal

Google CEO Eric Schmidt said Google’s mission is to store all the world’s information

Credit card applications too complex, even for a Harvard Law Professor!

In case all these reports of sexual assault are just mid-level transgressions, as a distraction away from more organized, worse crimes — before all these latest revelations, there was the Franklin Coverup.

I don’t know about you, but the threatened sentences that were initially put out for witnesses allegedly lying about being used in a pedophile ring seem way out of proportion for lying about such a thing, where at most two years in jail may be a reasonable sentence for perjury, unless the allegations were basically true, and it was a deterrence to recant, while they could still enjoy living.

With the word of Hugh Hefner’s passing on September 27, 2017, there were two interesting things to me that I came across concerning Hugh Hefner over the past few years of alternative research since 2010.

The first is that I learned from Dr. Judith Reisman that he was a virgin in college in the 40s, until he read the fraudulent Kinsey Reports (fraudulent, because they were pseudo-scientific and deliberately misrepresented by Kinsey) — which is really a tale of the changing times of sexual morals in the US, which used to based on a particular Christian ethic and gradually switched to a nihilistic ethnic where virtually everything became legally and often socially tolerated among consenting adults.

The second I only came across this year, in watching interviews with William F. Buckley, Jr., including this 1966 interview with Hefner. And this is where, like a lot of older prominent figures I have subsequently watched early interviews of, he came across as thoughtful and more genuine, whereas in his older age, with his robes, seeming sex obsession as more than just a corporate enterprise, and being surrounded by Playboy Bunnies, he actually developed some intellectual credibility for me.

In that interview, you will hear him prophetically proclaim that (US — and Western) society was moving toward a new sexual ethic, and that it would never return to the old one (rooted in a particular Christian understanding).

If there’s any interview for you to watch, to get a real sense of the man behind his marketing front, this is the one.