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Wednesday, February 23, 2022

THE IRONY CURTAIN: Russia vs the People’s Republic of Canada

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THE IRONY CURTAIN: Russia vs the People’s Republic of Canada

About this time five years ago, American leftists were screaming—literally bellowing up at the sky—that they were moving to Canada. “Donald Trump is a fascist!” they cried. “Tyranny is taking over the United States!”

One after another, Democrats took to Twitter to announce their imminent departure for our neighbor to the north. The USA is a dictatorship—Yukon ho!

Whoops.

 

Long before the American liberals were packing up to flee the horrible prospect of a patriotic administration in Washington, Canadian liberals were completing their takeover of a fine country.

Who could have predicted then that it would be Canada, not America, that would turn turtle (or, more accurately, Turtle Island) first and go full-bore Stalinist? It should have been obvious to anyone paying attention, actually. Canadian judges had already thrown pro-life Catholic Mary Wagner into prison for praying and handing out loving messages to pregnant women at abortion clinics. “Your God’s wrong!” Canadian justice S. Ford Clements shouted at Wagner as he threw her back into prison.

When Donald Trump was elected, the prime minister of Canada was Justin Trudeau, who bears a striking facial (and perhaps familial) resemblance to his father’s (and mother’s!) friend, Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. The resemblance extends to politics, we now learn.

Long before the American liberals were packing up to flee the horrible prospect of a patriotic administration in Washington, Canadian liberals were completing their takeover of a fine country. The jackboot has been on the neck of hardworking Canadians for years now—all Justin Trudeau has done in crushing the Freedom Convoy of heroic truckers and freezing the bank accounts of good Canadian men and women is press down at the heel.

The Ottawa police who are beating up old ladies and trampling them with horses march in “gay pride” parades, but the Russian police don’t.

To drive the point home, Conservative member of the Canadian Parliament, Melissa Lantsman, stands accused by her prime minister of “standing with swastikas.” MP Lantsman is Jewish. Trudeau faces no investigation for this, or for also falsely claiming—on national television—that the people who did not like his dictatorial mandates and lockdowns were “racists” and “misogynists.” He who wears the jackboot rules the roost.

As freedom is strangled in Ottawa—with Canadian military veterans arrested for peacefully calling for liberty to be respected—NATO, which Canada joined in 1949, is preparing to meet the armies of Russian president Vladimir Putin on the muddy battlefields of Ukraine. Because, freedom.

No free entry into Ukraine! Borders must be protected at all costs. When it comes to borders, Washington means business.

Also on the NATO war ticket is the United States, led by a Catholic who does not believe anything the Catholic Church teaches. The United States, where abortion is legal even after a child has been born, is going up against Russia, which restricts abortions in most cases to the first twelve weeks of pregnancy. There is no “gay marriage” in Russia. There are no state-sponsored “gay pride” parades. The Ottawa police who are beating up old ladies and trampling them with horses march in “gay pride” parades, but the Russian police don’t. For these reasons, the Russians—the bad guys—must be punished by the Americans and the Canadians—the good guys.

There is another reason for the present conflict: the integrity of Ukraine’s borders. The American president has already sanctioned Russia for violating Ukraine’s sacred national turnstiles. No free entry into Ukraine! Borders must be protected at all costs. When it comes to borders, Washington means business.

In Rome, the pope, the sworn enemy of the Catholic Church and the Catholic Mass, was calling for an end to war talk in Europe. The pope has never called for an end to war talk in Beijing about invading Taiwan.

During the previous administration in the United States, there was some talk about protecting America’s border with Mexico, a failed state run by drug cartels and corrupt politicians. Washington, DC, a failed city-state run by drug cartels and corrupt politicians, called this preoccupation with the border racist and fascist. The American president suggested a de facto sanction on Mexico, making Mexico City pay for the wall that would prevent criminals and illegals pouring up through Mexico from gaining entry to the USA. This was shot down, much like American citizens shot by illegals in Democrat-run “sanctuary cities”—where the violence is Donald Trump’s fault.

Shoplifting is also now a state-sanctioned activity in Democrat metropolitan areas. As is carjacking, looting, and robbing freight trains. But do not—I repeat, do NOT—take an inch of Ukrainian territory.

The pope is for open borders in France, England, Germany, and the United States. He is strongly in favor of the border around Ukraine.

Back in Ukraine, the undue influence of Moscow on Kiev is the source of even more friction, in addition to the to-do over the sacrosanct Ukrainian border. The American Congress, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Chinese Communist Party, insists that Kiev must have no truck with the Kremlin. “End the bribery!” the Americans demand.

One might expect that Hunter Biden, whose vast knowledge of the Ukrainian energy industry and Ukrainian politics landed him a lucrative position on the board of a Ukrainian energy company, would be called in as the chief negotiator in the current crisis. Or even Joseph Biden, who threatened to withhold American aid to Ukraine if the Ukrainians did not fire, on the spot, a prosecutor whose attentions to the Biden family business the Biden family found inconvenient. But no one has asked either of these two giants of Ukrainian studies to help out.

Once the war is over, the American military will return to Washington, where it will resume its main task of protecting the capital from the American people.

Joseph Biden did try meeting with Vladimir Putin, on the condition that Putin not invade Ukraine. The meeting was to be a staged plea from Biden to Putin… not to invade Ukraine. Putin declined the offer. As Vice President Kamala Harris had already noted, Putin had already made up his mind to invade. Which is why it was necessary to sanction him, the vice president said—so that he would not do what he was already doing.

In Rome, the pope, the sworn enemy of the Catholic Church and the Catholic Mass, was calling for an end to war talk in Europe. The pope has never called for an end to war talk in Beijing about invading Taiwan. The pope has also never called for an end to ethnic cleansing in East Turkestan, Mongolia, or Tibet. The pope said nothing as Hong Kong was overrun by communists, even as a cardinal of the Church pleaded with the pope to speak up. Because, peace. Let there be peace on earth, and let it begin with… hmm.

An irony curtain is descending on the West.

Peace is hard business. Which is why the pope is for open borders in France, England, Germany, and the United States. But he is indifferent to the borders of Taiwan and Hong Kong. He is strongly in favor of the border around Ukraine, and also around the Vatican, the tax-exempt monarchy over which he presides as titular king. The pope is in favor of taxes, of course, just not taxes that he himself must pay.

The pope is always talking, but nobody listens to him, in inverse proportion to the number of pronouncements he makes. So there may be a war in Ukraine after all. And if there is a war, it is going to be led by the American military, which despises America. Among the brass who will be bravely viewing the carnage from an air-conditioned room in the White House will be General Mark Milley, whose decorations include the Operation 1619 Medal (for fighting against white rage) and the Operation Smashing Success Medal (for meritorious service during the uneventful transfer of power to the Taliban in Kabul in the summer of 2021).

It is even sadder that this all had to happen during the Olympics, hosted by the country which used American taxpayer money provided by a sociopath to invent a bioweapon which it then unleashed on the world.

Once the war is over, the American military will return to Washington, where it will resume its main task of protecting the capital from the American people. This is being conducted by Nancy Pelosi, a follower of Francis who, like him, will tolerate no border between Mexico and Texas, but who rings Washington with concertina wire and the National Guard. No fighting near the Pentagon.

None of this would have been necessary, sadly, were it not for the fact that Donald Trump was a stooge of Vladimir Putin, recruited by Russian gangsters in New York City in the mid 1990s when the plot was hatched to have Trump run for president two decades later so that Vladimir Putin could finally take Ukraine. Which Putin did not do until Trump had left office.

It is even sadder that this all had to happen during the Olympics, hosted by the country which used American taxpayer money provided by a sociopath to invent a bioweapon which it then unleashed on the world (and blamed on the United States). Many Americans were unable to travel to the Genocide Olympics in Beijing because either they did not inject an additional bioweapon, which does not prevent the first bioweapon, or because they did inject the additional bioweapon, and then came down with the first bioweapon anyway.

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Last modified on Wednesday, February 23, 2022
Jason Morgan | Remnant Correspondent, TOKYO

Jason Morgan is an associate professor at Reitaku University in Chiba, Japan, where he teaches language, history, and philosophy. He specializes in Japanese legal history. He’s published four books in Japanese and two book-length Japanese-to-English translations. His work has also appeared at Japan Forward, New Oxford Review, Crisis, Modern Age, University BookmanChronicles, and Clarion Review.