"Reverse Projection", as described by Canadian professor John McMurtry, is a staple of propagandists as the imperial West imposes its toxic agenda of war and poverty domestically, and throughout the world.
Public Relations liars are the new myth makers who create the new stories to sell to an increasingly anesthetized public.
All of the lies serve to entrench the transnational oligarch class and to deny wealth, freedom, democracy, and Life itself to the rest of us.
Canada's governing party, the Liberals, led by the ever charismatic Justin Trudeau, is a perfect front for a criminal agenda where black is sold as white, and white is sold as black. The Liberal party will have a long tenure.
Justin Trudeau's defense of the sale of military equipment to Wahhabi Saudi Arabia as a matter of "principle" will no doubt solidify his glowing reputation.
Not only is Wahhabi Saudi Arabia a chief financier for NATO's criminal terrorist proxies who are chopping their way through the Middle East and Africa , but its degenerate ideology, a deformed misinterpretation of Koranic teachings, will also continue to flourish, thanks to countries like Canada, that grow and sustain the spiritual cancer, to the detriment of humanity, and the benefit of the few.
Justin Trudeau's self-professed "feminism" is a perfect veneer to cover the depravities of Canada's misogynist foreign policy. Felicity Arbuthnot describes in "United Nations Farce: Saudi Arabia to Head UN Human Rights Council," some of the highlights of Saudi Arabia's domestic human rights record:
"By 15th June this year executions reached one hundred 'far exceeding last year's tally and putting (the country) on course for a new record' according to The Independent (15th June.) The paper adds that the Kingdom is set to beat it's own grisly, primitive record of one hundred and ninety two executions in 1995.
The paper notes that: ' "the rise in executions can be directly linked to the new King Salman and his recently-appointed inner circle "'
In August 2014, Human Rights Watch reported nineteen executions in seventeen days -- including one for 'sorcery.' Adultery and apostasy can also be punished by death."
It gets better. Arbuthnot explains:
"At home women are forbidden: 'from obtaining a passport, marrying, traveling, accessing higher education without the approval of a male guardian.' (HRW Report, 2014.) Saudi is also of course, the only country in the world where women are forbidden to drive."