In August, 2020, an unusual murder case occurred in Red Deer, Alberta.
Sudanese refugee, Deng Mabiour, was charged with the first-degree murder of Dr. Walter Reynolds. The 45-year-old family physician was attacked Aug. 10 in an examination room at the Village Mall Walk-in Clinic. He died in hospital.
The man accused of fatally attacking the Red Deer doctor with a hammer and a machete at a walk-in clinic was described as an isolated loner.
While media did report on the murder, they kept the situation low-key. Even more low-key was Red Deer Mayor Tara Veer and City Council’s response to the horrific event.
Namely, they had no response. No public statement appeared. No form of condemnation was issued in any form. Basically, the municipal government of Red Deer remained silent-as-the-lambs regarding the entire debacle.
No suprise–CAP became highly curious about the circumstances–so much so we placed a call to a Red Deer City Councillor, and spoke to this person on the phone.
Upon inquiring into the collective silence, said Councillor’s comment was “well, our hands are tied.” Things got sketchy from here on in. “Who tied your hands?” was the obvious question.
The impression CAP came away with was that the silence flowed not from Provincial government, or even Canada’s Federal government–although they certainly could have been a conduit.
It was United Nations Refugee Convention protocol that appeared to be the actual culprit.
“The Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, also known as the 1951 Refugee Convention or the Geneva Convention of 28 July 1951, is a United Nations multilateral treaty that defines who a refugee is, and sets out the rights of individuals who are granted asylum and the responsibilities of nations that grant asylum.”
Not that more recent declarations are not an influence–1951 is a long time go. However, it appeared that the reason for City Council silence regarding an African refugee who butchered a white doctor in small town Canada comes down to the United Nations.
What a “light-bulb” moment this provided. Meaning, how incredibly granular the globalist agenda has become within our society. If every Mayor and City Council in Canada– including towns with populations of 10,000 people or less– cannot speak a word of criticism against refugee policy, what does this say about the effectiveness of the globalist agenda upon our nation?
Another lesson CAP learned in the process:: Canadian City Councils are nasty as hell. As a result of our inquiries, we were informed that we are racists, and if we don’t shut up, they will issue hate crime charges against us.
Aside from the fact that these hate crime charges would be laughed out of court, our query involved an investigation of a heinous murder with a machete. Hate crime-time? Not likely, municipal buffoons.
Yet, it is the big picture situation that sticks in CAP’s craw. In a related phenomenon, we also notice the following curiousity:
All three levels of Canadian government– federal, provincial and municipal –appear to be morphing into a singular entity. Namely, a nasty, elitist and privileged class that travel to Hawaii and other exotic locations for vacations while the “little people” are holed up theirhomes due to the Covid pandemic.
CAP Take-Away: All these events speak of a morphing of Canadian society to a specific “post-modern” condition. This smacks of the advent of a socialist form of governance in Canada.
Is this where the former Great White North is heading? If current behaviours of government are an indication, an elitist class of government is developing in Canada as we speak–not unlike what presently exists in totalitarian nations such as China.
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder(est, 2016)