WAYME MADSEN REPORT
By Wayne Madsen
|Anti-Trump neocon globalist traitor John McCain|
With the departure of arch-neocons Victoria Nuland from her perch in the State Department, Samantha Power from the U.S. mission to the United Nations, and Susan Rice from the National Security Council, the neocon and globalist establishments, which have in common their Atlanticist views, have settled on Canada as the ideal place from which to wage their wars of subterfuge and propaganda.
|Canadian psycho Chrystia Freeland|
Freeland’s closest friends cross party lines in Canada and they include the Liberal Party’s Zionist overseer, Irwin Cotler; Paul Grod, the president of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress; and Conservative Party foreign affairs spokesman Peter Kent.
In one of her first statements as foreign minister, Freeland vowed that Canadian sanctions will not be lifted against Russia.
On January 10, 2017, Freeland vowed that Canada will serve as a front against rising global "trade protectionism and xenophobia."
That was a clear warning to Trump in Washington, Marine Le Pen, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, and UK Independence Party politician Nigel Farage.
In December 2016, Canada hosted a meeting of the United Nations High Commission on Refugees and Soros's Open Society Foundations that seeks to expand the movement of refugees from the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia to the industrialized nations of the West. There is little doubt that Russophobes Freeland and Soros are cooperating on several fronts against both Russia and Trump.