By Jon Kelly
Vancouver, BC – Exclusive new video published to YouTube on October 20, 2015, reveals a startling secret message from prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau. The leader whose Liberal party won the Canadian federal election spoke with CBC television earlier this week to discuss what changes Canadians could expect when he takes office. Sleep-talking like secret messages decrypted from his comments envision Canada as an “alien crystal embassy for lovely pot.” Through such a seemingly involuntary mission statement Canada appears poised to emerge as an international staging point for executive psychonauts in telepathic diplomacy with extraterrestrials under the new government.
The cannabis plant via unconscious disclosure appears in the role of an ambassador offering access to psychic resources from other dimensions and civilizations. NewsInsideOut.com has profiled the precognitive dreams of videographer Les Murzsa describing how they inform his strategic planning for deploying cameras before sightings begin. The NewsIO Plus mini-documentary “Journey to Inner Space 2015” discussed the ajna chakra yantra, the visualization of the Om mantra, the archaic symbol of the clairvoyant third eye in terms of characteristics that define it as the “original flying saucer.”
An intelligence assessment of the CBC interview with Justin Trudeau soundtrack utilized a mirror filter to digitally reflect the prime minister-designate’s speech signal in order to detect unconscious communications. Like the mirror on a reflector telescope, such impressions offer provably accurate insight into a streaming subtext of sleep talking-like comments from inner space.
NewsInsideOut.com has previously reported how the same procedure publicly revealed details of the Iraq War, identified the BTK Killer, named Russian spy Anna Chapman’s accomplice and uncovered the UFOs and ETs in Edward Snowden’s NSA cache weeks, months and years before such information became widely-accepted public knowledge. Below is a partial transcript of Canadian prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau’s remarks on his vision of government as reported by CBC on October 16, 2015, followed by the secret message encrypted backwards therein.
JUSTIN TRUDEAU: A government that’s focused on Canadians. A government that’s answering questions, that’s talking about the things that matter to Canadians and actually acting on them. Government that’s open to discussion and debate and a government that is focused on the long term and not the electorial interests of the immediate.”
SECRET MESSSAGE: Canada’s an alien crystal embassy for lovely pot.
Hair-like trichomes containing THC (a principal psychoactive ingredient) cover the cannabis plant cited in widespread subculture references to their crystalline appearance. Supposed extraterrestrial (or psychic ET contact-related) characteristics of this herb are explored in pop culture including the film “Star Leaf” (2015). Immediate work towards the legalization of cannabis in Canada upon election was announced by Justin Trudeau earlier this month.
The New York Times this week profiled Canada’s to-be second-youngest prime minister as someone prone to verbal slips, stating “Although Mr. Trudeau has been prone to occasional verbal slips since assuming his leadership role, including the use of a vulgar metaphor in response to Mr. Harper’s decision to commit Royal Canadian Air Force fighters to the multinational campaign against the Islamic State, he has grown in stature over the course of the election.”
According to the New Yorker, that lewd comparison arose in response “to the proposed escalation of Canada’s involvement in the bombing campaign against ISIS,” where the Liberal leader “accused Harper of “trying to whip out our CF-18s and show them how big they are.””
In a world where science at CERN has confirmed the fundamental mirror symmetry of nature, NewsInsideOut.com captures Justin Trudeau in a moment of involuntary disclosure offering a vision that parallels online satire depicting THC from outer space. In an article from earlier this year titled “Meteorite Fragment Contains Trace Amounts of THC, Claims NASA Expert” fictional astrophysicist “James Han of the University of Hawaii” was satirically portrayed stating “It also gives a whole new meaning to the term getting high.”