Justin Trudeau basks in the glory of his success, having cleared his way to power. In the still of the night, the wind whispers the name of the fallen prince, who might have been a shining star, a beacon of hope in a now dark and uncertain Canada.
But now, his name is only spoken in hushed tones, for he is dead or has been wiped from the annals of history perhaps because he wasn’t as communist as the other Trudeau brothers.
Has anyone ever pondered why Justin Trudeau’s younger brother has turned into a ghost, a forgotten memory of a long time gone? Many of you might be unaware of whom we’re talking about because even shreds of evidence of his mere existence have been erased. You heard that right!
We’re talking about Michel Trudeau, the brother of the Canadian Prime Minister. There’s no doubt that to protect the Trudeaus, mainstream media has for decades been burying strange realities and rumours related to the first family of Canada.
Michel Trudeau, the deceased younger brother, did not live long enough to develop into a fully-fledged communist like his brothers. As it transpired, Canadian media issued a tale stating Michel Trudeau perished in a “freak avalanche” while skiing in the Rocky Mountains.
What the media failed to mention is this:
A bizarre event in the Canadian Rocky Mountains on November 13, 1998, when snowpacks were low and avalanches were uncommon, resulted in Michel Trudeau’s death. Because snowpacks have not accumulated enough to generate the conditions necessary for avalanches to naturally develop, an avalanche in November is a highly rare occurrence.
According to Evan Manners, manager of the Avalanche Centre in Revelstoke, British Columbia, “he had never heard of an avalanche sending someone into the river who then perished until the Trudeau death. Not long after the incident, he told the National Post, “It’s really uncommon.
Michel Trudeau was almost killed on July 17, 1998, five months before his real death, when his car was broadsided by another car as he was travelling in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba. This is an amazing coincidence that may not even be a coincidence at all.
The truck Michel Trudeau was operating allegedly rolled over multiple times as a result of the claimed accident and was “a complete write-off.”
At the time, the police reportedly conducted an “extensive search,” but Michel Trudeau’s body has never been located. This is surprising given that the location of where he is said to have fallen into the water is well-known and there aren’t any known lake currents that could have carried the body away.
A person claiming to have been with young Trudeau on the ski vacation notified the Cultural Action Party of Canada in 2021 that “the family chose to leave the body in the lake.” Quite. Holy Crow, this is a serious news item that has never reached the Canadian public’s mind.
“Helicopters crews saw no sign of the youngest son of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau during an aerial search Monday over the mountain lake where he is believed to have drowned.” Michel Trudeau died on the Friday of the previous week. Why did it take three days before the helicopter search occurred?
What’s more shocking is the fact that Michel passed away on Friday the 13th of 1998 and there is no proof that either of his parents went to the scene of the drowning to see the circumstances for themselves. Why would they choose not to visit the scene of their son’s death?
A spokesman for Pierre Trudeau issued a statement saying Michel’s parents were “deeply saddened.” A statement from a “spokesman” for Pierre Trudeau? This erudite ex-prime minister could not personally issue a statement regarding the death of his son?
One day following his passing, a straightforward piece from CBC News was published:
“Police say 23-year-old Michel Trudeau was skiing with friends when an avalanche swept him into a lake known as Kokanee Lake. He is presumed to have drowned. Efforts to recover the body are being hampered by weather conditions. Five others from the group were rescued earlier today.”
The revelation of Pierre Trudeau’s third son’s alleged drowning was low-key and ineffective, lacking the required minimum level of emotion befitting the child of a Canadian prime minister.
Twenty-five years later, no Canadian media organisation has followed up on the strange circumstances surrounding Michel Trudeau’s passing.
Perhaps, the youngest of the Trudeaus was a nice guy who wasn’t as communist as his other brothers and could have proved to be a beacon of hope, a shining example for Canada which is now doomed with Justin’s leadership.