Anyone with an older brother is likely to be able to relate to the concept of “learning from big brother.” Outside the family unit, in political terms, one can say the same about PM Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada.
Big Brother is a fictional character and symbol in George Orwell‘s dystopian 1949 novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. He is ostensibly the leader of Oceania, a totalitarian state wherein the ruling party, Ingsoc, wields total power over the inhabitants.
Canadians who understand the true nature of Liberal Party politics should be able to see the writing on the communist wall. PM Trudeau is, through stealth and subterfuge, engaging our country in a process of political conversion.
He too has learned from big brother– the nation of China, and its 14-person politburo. In terms of transition to a one-party state, the behemoth communist nation exists as a quintessential template.
Chairman Mao Tse Tung’s “Cultural Revolution” is ground zero for Justin Trudeau’s takeover of Canadian society. For example, Mao instructed his government to seize public weaponry. Trudeau is working on the same initiative.
An erasure of “old guard” symbolism was critical to the revolution. Canada’s Liberal government are doing the same with a redesign of our Coat-Of-Arms, inclusive of deleting its Christian and Anglophone symbolism.
School children in China are systemically indoctrinated with communist party propaganda. Government maintain control over the family unit. The federal government in Canada has given a green light to LGBT and transgender indoctrination throughout our public school system, effectively transferring control of the family unit to the state.
In China, government control media. In Canada, the Liberals are in the process of shifting control over the internet from private social media companies to the CRTC, a branch of the federal government. Freedom of speech and freedom of the press are anathema to the Chinese government. Bill C-11 and Bill-C18 are set to replicate the process in Canada.
Throughout all these changes, mainstream media have not once alluded to Marxist political methodology as advanced by Trudeau and the Liberals. That is, until an atypical article popped up within the pages of the National Post this week:
‘Carson Jerema: Justin Trudeau’s Cultural Revolution’
Bang zoom– there it is. A positive sign, perhaps. Yet, one must become aware of how government and media roll in Canada. The press may begin to promote the truth, but it always arrives at the point when it’s too late to reverse the process. Government-Media collusion– a standard in China– has this kind of impact.
Looks like Justin Trudeau’s conversion of Canada to a one-party state may have reached its apotheosis. Cultural Action Party lay it on the line: our opinion is that the Conservative Party of Canada will never again form a federal government.
Who better to assist the Liberals with this goal than the one-party state of China? A plethora of emulations of Chinese governance are on display for all Canadians to see.
Only problem is, we are not seeing it. When media work for government, this is the result. Bias, obfuscation, propaganda– these are the things money can buy when a ruling government are out to deceive its citizens.
“Since at least the time of the Pearson Government, one of the Liberal party’s central purposes has been to mould Canada into its own image, remaking national symbols to reflect the party while at the same time populating the civil service and public institutions with Liberal loyalists (hello Trudeau Foundation).”
What do you know? For the first time, a mainstream media outlet has alluded to the historical element of Canada’s communist conversion.
Excerpt from Chinese history:
“The aim of the Cultural Revolution was to attack the Four Olds— old ideas, old culture, old customs, and old symbols– in order to bring the areas of education, art and literature in line with Communist ideology.”
National Post: “Today, the Justin Trudeau Liberals are not merely content to put a party stamp on the country. They behave as if they want to remake society entirely by removing symbols and references to the past.”
“The pages within [the new passport] have done away with recognizable symbols, such as images of the Fathers of Confederation, the Last Spike of the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1885, the Vimy Memorial, as well as images of Terry Fox.”
CAP invite readers to find a visual example of the newly designed Canadian passport. On its cover is half a maple leaf. Not the entire image, the standard presentation for the past 155 years.
Half a maple leaf, half a Canada? To fast-forward a decade or two will be to discover the complete death of this piece of Canadian symbolism.
“The government of the Soviet Union argued that the existence of multiple political parties would perpetuate class struggle, so only a single party could lead the country; it therefore made the Communist Party of the Soviet Union the only authorized political party.”
This, fellow patriots, is where Canada is headed. To facilitate success, the government of China is assisting Justin Trudeau in his pursuit of one-party rule.
The founder of Liberal-Communism in Canada is former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. When asked for his views on communism, he proclaimed that a one-party state would be the ideal government under certain conditions.”
Not convinced? Not to worry, neither are 40 million Canadians who now populate the dying Great White North.
The current superficial anti-China prostrations from the Feds is mere political posturing. A 50-year covert partnership between the Liberal Party and government of China attests to the truth regarding the trajectory of Canadian politics.
From democratic society to authoritarian state is the train the Trudeau family placed on Canada’s political railway line. With assistance from the government of China, the final stop will be our country’s conversion to a one-party state.