Saturday, December 03, 2005

The Walrus Was Paul

I told you about the walrus and me-man,
You know that we're as close as can be-man.
Well here's another clue for you all,
The walrus was Paul.

I told you about the fool on the hill,
I tell you man he's living there still.
Well here's another place you can be,
Listen to me. Fixing a hole in the ocean,
Trying to make a dove-tail joint-yeah.
Looking through a glass onion.

"Glass Onion"
copyright 1968 Northern Songs Ltd.
Blackwood Music Inc./ATV Music [Maclen] [BMI]

There's a well-funded leftist missionary magazine in our country today that has caught my attention of late through some personal recommendations and free offerings delivered through the mail.

It's called The Walrus and although it's publisher and editorial board purport to want only to establish a stronger market foothold for long form reading, it's more essential message and political purpose is to propagate socialist public policy imperatives through literary means as a way of indoctrinating a younger, more benign readership to it's Marxist/Socialist assumptions and secular humanist biases.

The Walrus is published and edited by Ken Alexander with leading support of the Trudeau Foundation, The Toronto Star and the leftist think tank, IRPP . Alexander follows in the mold of leftist activist and editor of Harper's magazine, Lewis Lapham and is an admirer and champion of the left-wing ideological slant of the late Dalton Camp, a crimson "Red Tory" icon best known for plunging the longest blade deep into the back of Progressive Conservative Chief and former Prime Minister of Canada, John Diefenbaker years ago on what is known in our political history as the "night of the long knives".

The Toronto Star is the establishment Left's unrepentant organ of unquestioning servitude on behalf of the Liberal Party of Canada.

Pierre Trudeau destroyed Canada as a Liberal Prime Minister. Taking office in 1968 with an 800 million dollar surplus, he heralded what he termed his "Just Society" vision, which would eventually include the breaking down of every established institution of our traditional social democratic system, including objective standards of personal and social responsibility as well as the incremental diminishment of religious moral values including those of The Catholic Faith.

When he left office 16 years later, Trudeau and his leftist liberal apparatchiks had created a 38 billion dollar deficit from which this country is still recovering in terms of it's accumulated debt. He was an intellectual Marxist/Socialist and erstwhile Nazi sympathizer during the Second World War who was often seen openly sporting a swastika armband as he cavorted occasionally as a man about town.

Trudeau is directly and personally responsible for the political disaffection of the province of Quebec in our times and is almost single-handedly responsible for the total & permanent alienation of Western Canada towards centralized Federal Liberal government. He is responsible as well for having created the conditions by which our federal government and its control of our judiciary has sanctioned all objective morality while instituting every form of regressive aberration anathematic to human nature and societal progress.

Trudeau ensured that Canada's unique confederation of unity and trust would never function properly in freedom again and it hasn't.

His successors, former Prime Minister, Jean Cretien [a long time Trudeau Cabinet Minister] and current Prime Minister, Paul Martin Jr., [Cretien's Finance Minister whose father, Paul Martin, also served in Trudeau's Cabinets], have kept Trudeau’s shameful legacy intact. A legacy all Canadians can only hope to see ended for good once this absolutely corrupt and malign Liberal Party is finally consigned to the trash heap of history along with the antecedents of it's heritage and the culture of irresponsibility it has spawned.

Make no mistake. The Walrus was Paul, and Jean and Pierre and maybe George Soros’s money also quietly being pumped into these destabilizing socialist foundations in securing a northern beachhead for the allied blue state dream of final secular totalitarianism. God knows, it's been tough enough for that pure tyrannical vision to win free elections here in the west. Socialism itself must be obfuscated as Dogma and presented as something much more benign otherwise it's always rejected as an oppressive ideology whose real shelf life expired with the collapse of a rotten Soviet Union corpse unable to withstand the breath of freedom that knocked down the Berlin Wall.

If you know nothing else of The Walrus, it's Bookshelf writers index alone should tell you just about everything you need to know.

I’ve linked items to three authors below, promoted by The Walrus, whose political aims and identities are unquestionably socialist and whose stale dated ideas and retread opinions are long ago spent.

Linda McQuaig Lewis Lapham Tariq Ali

The Walrus Bookshelf is replete with many such socialist writers.

One issue’s typical feature piece provided glaring insights into the total arrogance and hypocrisy of The Walrus as an article on the extremely leftist CBC slanted to the notion that the reason more people don't appreciate CBC's socialist vision is that they just need to be more educated and aware. Presumably, for those intellectually underdeveloped idiots, [conservatives in other words], it simply takes brains and evolved enlightenment to fully "get" the CBC.

A separate article comparing the strident extremism of out- of-touch left-wing rag The Nation to the incomparable brilliance and poetical intellectual conservative philosophy of William F. Buckley and his National Review was laughable, if not veering towards parody.

The Walrus carries water and ads for establishment Blue State Elite humanists and their Lap dogs in this socialist Nirvana called Canada.

We know in which basket their collectivist eggs have been put.

Indeed, the walrus IS Paul, but who are these desecrators of intellectual honesty again...why, of course, they are the eggmen.

Goo Goo G'Joob...

Frank Trainor


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