Justin Castro

By Avalon Kelly

“It is with deep sorrow that I learned today of the death of Cuba’s longest serving President,” mourned Justin Trudeau following the death of former nationalist dictator Fidel Castro in November of 2016.  Despite Castro’s violent policies and legacy as a tyrannical dictator, the Canadian Prime Minister issued a heartfelt speech recognizing Castro’s “tremendous dedication and love for the Cuban people.”  Of course Trudeau felt heartbroken at the death of Castro—anyone would do the same for one’s father.  Yes, that’s correct: Justin Trudeau is the estranged son of former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.

In 2018, Castro’s son Fidel Angel Castro Diaz-Balart, 68, committed suicide and left a haunting note recounting his jealousy for the success of his “brother.”  “Always comparing me unfavorably with Justin,” he wrote, “dismissing my achievements in comparison to his success in Canada.”  This note undeniably implies a blood connection between the two men.  He goes even further, stating that if Trudeau had been “born and raised in Cuba, he would have lived in our father’s shadow forever just like me.”  This jealousy drove Fidel Angel mad and led him to his death.

If this evidence is not pressing enough, Trudeau’s mother (Margaret Trudeau) reports her multiple affairs between 1971 and 1984 in her autobiography, Changing My Mind.  And, in early 1971, the Trudeau’s visited Cuba and met with Castro.  Margaret even describes her first impression of Castro in her book, “I was immediately mesmerized by what I saw: a tall man in green army fatigues…physically very attractive.”  On December 25 later that year, Justin was born.

There is no denying the secret origins of Canadian leader Justin Trudeau.  A secret affair, a hair-raising speech, a haunting suicide note—he is the son of the murderous, infamous Fidel Castro.