The book entitled 'Traitors Among Us: The Betrayers of Canada' features a compilation of articles from The Canadian National Newspaper. These
articles both expose and also challenge an apparent assumption by many
of Canada's corporate and political elites. This apparent assumption,
championed by large mass-media conglomerates in Canada like CanWest
Global, is that the only "rational" course for Canadian society, is to
assimilate itself into the U.S. political-military-industrial complex.
has been championed as an alternative society to "America" since time
immoral. As Canada has evolved, since its cultural-political inception
since 1535, the essence of its society has taken a distinctively
socially progressive national identity. Jean Talon, Canada's first
Intendant in the "ancien regime" of
New France, envisioned Canada as a Great and Powerful State, that was
critically inspired by the Old World aboriginal civilizations of Canada,
in synergy with "Old World" values of Europe. Prime Ministers of Canada before Brian Mulroney had
all rejected so-called "Free Trade", out of a now further substantiated
concern that Canada's vital social fabric and independence from the
United States would be destroyed. Tommy Douglas' championing of
universal medicare vitally further affirmed Canada's distinctively
progressive social fabric. Former Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau,
sought to further embrace the progressive identity of Canada, by seeking
to champion the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. He
did that, in his efforts, as a Great Canadian, to fulfill Canada's
destiny as a Just Society, which would operate as a role model for the
rest of the world.
sharp contrast, current Prime Minister Harper cannot see any role for
Canada other than that of participating in international affairs as a
puppet of American Empire via "Globalization".
the American Revolution had sought to destroy a connection to "Old
World" values, symbolized by cultural-political ties with Britain.
America's elites sought to create an assimilating "melting pot", which
would be created by the idolizing of a gun culture of violence
associated with the American Revolution, which has further embraced
political leadership, sought in response to the American Revolutionary
context, to cultivate a society of "Peace, Order and Good Government"
which would inspire a society that recognized the ideal of 'civility' in
the development of our cities as communities; and where there was a
positive constructive role for government in societal development. That
sought role fundamentally embraces further adopted tenets of
appreciating for example, multiculturalism, and 'universality' in
relation to a comprehensive one-tier public healthcare system, within
social justice, in general. That socially responsible role of government
has vitally contributed to a reputed much better quality-of-life in
Canada, as compared to the United States, which is plagued by horrific
segregated poverty alongside elite affluence, and by accompanying
prevalent violent crime in its cities.
of Canada's corporate and political elites under the clandestine agenda
of efforts to create a so-called "North American Union", (apparently by
any means necessary), seek to destroy Canada.
corporate and political elites used to be among the greatest defenders
of the need to defend Canada's sovereignty. The elites had recognized
that their institutions were the very creatures of the aggressive
defence of Canadian institutions. These recognition among institutions
included representatives of wealthy financial institutions, to smaller
community-oriented initiatives and public agencies. However, thanks to
former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney's successful proselytizing of greed
and venality, to once politically loyal elites, via the "benefits" of
"Free Trade" with the United States, much of these elites now elect to
sell Canada out.
Minister Brain Mulroney had dysfunctionally inspired a new generation
of greed-driven mercenaries who operate in the mass-media, in the likes
of CanWest Global owners (who help fund the Conservative Party),
TorStar, Quebecor Sun Media, and other such neo-conservative public
relations outlets. Only BellGlobe Media, inclusive of the Globe and Mail, CTV,
and CHUM, (as well as in particular, a handful of community and campus
media outlets) have maintained any semblance of journalistic integrity,
in the present sea of elite-managed propaganda.
corporate and political elites now linked to the U.S.
religious-political-military-industrial complex, which is operating in
overtime, is trying to convince Canadians to accept the dysfunctional
polices of the Harper neo-conservative minority government toward an
elite sought right-wing majority government.
policies which are supported by current Prime Minister Harper's allies,
include presiding over the sabotage of Canada's universal public
healthcare system to destroying treasured Canadian institutions like the
well renown Wheat Board, so as to cause Canadian farmers to be ruled by
U.S. agri-business privatization agenda. Additional policies include
ignoring the plight of growing poor communities in Canada which include
women, homeless peoples, immigrants, and aboriginal peoples, and also
reckless pro-Global Warming policies.
'Canadian Dream' refers to the evolved collective aspirations of
Canadians, as inspired by such recognized Great Canadians as Tommy
Douglas and Pierre Elliot Trudeau, to fulfill the national destiny of
Canada, as a socially independent society, that is independent from the
United States. The prevailing systematized efforts to sabotage the
achievement of the 'Canadian Dream', is the apparent betrayal of Canada
to a traitorous agenda.
Samuels II, the editor of this book, has a professional background as
an academic lecturer, and consultant, in areas which are related to the
compiling of this book.