Government Policy-– “The Liberal government of Canada will welcome 401,000 immigrants in 2021, another 411,000 in 2022, and 421,000 in 2023.” This constitutes the highest levels of immigration in Canadian history.
October 20th, 2020 — “New data suggests that Canadians are feeling skittish about any future increases in immigration levels for the next 12 months.
July 03, 2019— “There’s been a drastic decline in the acceptance and the welcoming, specifically of refugees,” said Dorota Blumczynska, from the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba.
“57 per cent [of those polled] said Canada should not be accepting more refugees.”
Interesting information is it not? It is reasonable to state that within Canadian society at the present time, immigration and refugee intake policy are among the most relevant issues within society. Therefore CAP will point out what establishment media never do: as prime minister of our nation, Justin Trudeau has implemented countless social policies entirely antithetical to the “will of the people.”
Do Canadians actually recall the fact that public will is by definition a fundamental of democratic process? CBC has apparently forgotten, but CAP has not.
Let us look at another example:
October 18th, 2019—“71 per cent [of Canadians polled] said “we should not do anything to help bring these Canadians[ISIS terrorists] back to Canada.”
Justin Trudeau contrasted this poll finding with the following statement: “ISIS fighters can be “an extraordinarily powerful voice” in Canada.”
Subsequent to what under different circumstances would have been torn to shreds by media, Mr. Trudeau issued the following statement, published by CTV News: “The Liberal Party believes that terrorists should get to keep their Canadian citizenship…because I do.”
Let us lay it on the line here– not only does Justin Trudeau take the side of ISIS terrorists, he does so against the will of the majority. What is equally as maddening is the fact that our PM actually survived this absurdist behaviour to win a second term in office.
How did he do it? Mainstream media certainly assisted in this accomplishment. Within a true democracy, media would have thrashed Justin’s positioning until the point came where he was driven from office. This never happened– lending credence to CAP theory that in 2020 society, Canada is no longer an authentic democracy.
Now, the real kicker: What is the actual reason why PM Trudeau has ignored the opinions of 38 Million Canadians since taking office in 2015? What is the true motivation for an absolute rejection of an axiomatic element of democratic governance?
In fact, this is not a difficult question to answer: because Justin Trudeau KNOWS that the days of democratic Canadian governance will be coming to an end. In other words, the man is privy to what media obfuscate on behalf of the globalist agenda: Canada is presently being transitioned into a non-democratic society.
This happens to be exactly what Cultural Action Party of Canada predicted from the moment in 2015 when Justin Trudeau seized the crown of Canada. A slight diversion, if you will. It was at the age of 15, going to high school in Halifax, Nova Scotia, that this writer first heard about “multicultural” policy in Canada. The messenger was, of course, Pierre Trudeau.
A gut feeling came over me– one day, this policy is going to cause major social consternation within society. At this point I knew nothing, and cared nothing, about Canadian politics.
Some 45 years later, Justin Trudeau became prime minister, and another gut feeling came upon me. It went like this: “the election of Justin Trudeau is going to result in the destruction of a fundamental element of Canadian society.” In terms of personal perception, the manner in which Trudeau waved at the crowd upon his victory smacked of a feeling that he absolutely KNEW he was going to win.
At this stage, what the form in which this fundamental decimation had yet to solidify. Today, in the month of November, 2020, an end to a democratic nation is by far the front-runner.
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder(est. 2016)