It’s the Geopolitics, stupid!

The beaver is Canada's national animal.
The beaver is Canada's national animal.
The beaver is Canada’s national animal. It makes dams and manages and transforms its territory.

Geopolitics determines domestic policy.
Geopolitics determines domestic policy.
Geopolitics determines domestic policy.

This is apparent in the client country “Canada”, where no sovereignty is allowed, and where domestic policy is entirely about preventing any emergence of actual democracy.

It is glaringly obvious, to anyone who escapes the constant institutional social-engineering restrictions and blaring propaganda amplified by all the media, that US-led geopolitics determines every aspect of state management in Canada.

That US-led geopolitics determines every aspect of state management in Canada is true in every area of state involvement:

  • regulation of politics
  • social policy
  • health policy
  • educational and student-debt policy
  • prison and police complex
  • domestic surveillance complex
  • slave banking and monetary policy
  • corporate tax and royalties policies
  • zero resistance against foreign takeovers
  • zero national policy for industrial-base development in all areas except the client arms industries and slave industries such as agri-food using proprietary seeds and chemicals
  • slave trade agreements designed to counter BRICS and boost US global corporations
  • implementation of carbon economic instruments
  • pipeline economics (versus domestic refinement and transformation)
  • predatory global mining extraction (including on domestic territories)
  • arms industry preeminence
  • arms purchases
  • foreign policy and diplomatic campaigns
  • involvement in and diplomatic support for illegal direct and proxy wars of aggression

The “Conservative” and “Liberal” blocks are entirely aligned with the US “Republican” and “Democrat” blocks, to the point that it has become a cartoon, with pipelines swinging in different directions at the turn of elections, as easily as geopolitical directions.

Break diplomatic ties with Iran, remake diplomatic ties with Iran… etc.

The Canadian state, in the hands of the US governing complex, has given itself the task of gutting our minds and our political agency, in order to serve the US global campaigns, without the nuisance of popular domestic awareness or demands. This has been a long and continuing process, which accelerated in the 1980s, and became solidified by ever-increasing “globalization” agreements, and security “cooperation”.

The truth is: there is no Canada. There is only an illusion maintained by servants. There are institutional remnants that would allow sovereignty to take hold, in a battle for the nation, but the intelligentsia and service managers have no interest in an independent and democratic nation on Canadian territory.

At this rate, eventually the majority of Canadians will experience something towards what the Aboriginals have experienced in Canada’s genocide. Those who have had their families and lives destroyed by the “children’s aid” and family court complex are already experiencing aboriginality at the hands of a vicious state system.

The corporate managers (including governments, which are corporations) already invest abroad, serve on the boards of multinationals, vacation in the US, accept tourist packages to Israel, send their kids to Harvard, and even occasionally try to import their facade party leaders from Harvard. The middle managers want a heated pool, vacation packages, big-screen entertainment, two cars, and a golden retirement.

All the others can fight among themselves, be institutionalized, and get fu$ked.


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{p}Denis G. Rancourt was a tenured and full professor at the University of Ottawa in Canada. He was trained as a physicist and practiced physics, Earth sciences, and environmental science, areas in which he was funded by a national agency and ran an internationally recognized laboratory.{/p} {p}He published over 100 articles in leading scientific journals. He developed popular activism courses and was an outspoken critic of the university administration and a defender of Palestinian rights. {/p} {p}He was fired for his dissidence in 2009 by a president who is a staunch supporter of Israeli policy. He is the author of the 2013 book “Hierarchy and Free Expression in the Fight Against Racism”.{/p}
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