In the meantime please feel free to go ahead and dismiss this article and website:"Pierre Trudeau Exposed as Anti-Semite and Admirer of Fascism"A new biography of the former prime minister, whom Canadians have long been taught to regard as a great liberal politician, reveals that as a youth and young man, Mr.
Critics took particular exception to Richler's allegations of anti-semitism.
In The Atlantic Monthly, around the time of the first election of the Parti Québécois (PQ) in 1976, Richler linked the PQ to nazism, by asserting that the theme song of the 1976 PQ campaign "À partir d'aujourd'hui, demain nous appartient" was a Nazi song, "Tomorrow belongs to me..." the chilling Hitler Youth song from Cabaret. Neither the remainder of the text, nor the music, are related. Lament for a divided country." By: Richler, Mordecai. 240 Issue 6, p34;4 "Controverse autour du livre Oh Canada Oh Québec! While at university during the war, he came across some nineteenth-century German military uniforms in the attic of a friend.
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The very idea of Trudeau to every military person with the partisan agenda of protecting Canada that I've ever met have felt justified having only negative things to say about the man and his policies.
This began with "Trudeaumania," which describes the excitement generated in his initial election campaign.
The excitement apparently was the result of Trudeau's charisma and the perception that he was good looking. Trudeau's treatment of Alberta as a colony brought him praise throughout most of Canada, simply because they were the recipients of Alberta's wealth and the end in their eyes justified the means. Trudeau's repatriation of the Consitution and the addition of a Charter of Rights is usually lauded, despite the fact that this was yet another "achievement" of Trudeau's that will lead to the destruction of Canada.
Furthermore, the Cabaret song, never sung in Nazi Germany, was written in the 1960s by John Kander, a Jewish American lyricist and composer, not German fascists. " video, Archives, Société Radio-Canada, March 31, 1992As for the Nazi uniform myth, the story has been spun by critics into being much more than it was (There was no "Nazi uniform" BTW), Trudeau was protesting conscription, not supporting Nazis. Trudeau and his pal decided it would be a great joke to visit some friends dressed up as Prussian officers.
"À partir d'aujourd'hui" was written by well-known songwriter Stéphane Venne when he was asked to compose a song for an advertisement of the Caisses populaires Desjardins credit union.1 Mordecai my pal., By: Rabinovitch, Jack. 115, Issue 252 "Mordecai Richler, 1931-2001." By: Mark Steyn. 20 Issue 1, p123-128.3 See, "Fighting words." By: Richler, Mordecai. 146 Issue 50810, p8; "Tired of separatism." By: Richler, Mordecai. 144 Issue 49866, p A19]; "O Quebec." By: Richler, Mordecai. 70 Issue 15, p50; "Gros Mac attack." By: Richler, Mordecai. 142 Issue 49396, p10; "Language Problems." By: Richler, Mordecai. They roared off on motorcycles with the pointed steel helmets on their heads, startling all those they met on the road Giving the voters? more truncating the facts to serve an agenda of demeaning a great Canadian, ..if he was such a bad guy must his detractors dip so often into the well of myth and fallacy?
Which probably explains why he had respect for Trudeau, who along with Pearson, ...helped make Canada MORE than just a colony, more than just a "yes man" to it's noisy neighbour to the south.