When considering the historical continuum of media presentation in Canada, an incredible phenomenon alludes the general public.
What Cultural Action Party speak of is a what is known as a “dichotomy”– hereby defined as “a division or contrast between two things that are or are represented as being opposed or entirely different.”
How beautifully this fits into mainstream media versus social media presentation in present-day Canada. To review both in succession is not unlike a journey from the centre of the earth to Rod Serling’s “Twilight Zone” TV show of the 1960’s.
From planet CBC, we have:
“Justin Trudeau has bounced back from SNC Lavalin, WE Charity, and China’s Muslim Genocide debacle to once again lead in the polls. It may well be that Trudeau and the Liberals will be returning to a majority government when a future election occurs.”
Within social media, we now find a visceral hatred of PM Trudeau. In fact, what once existed as majority public support on social media platforms has entirely subsided.
Even on social media’s CBC and Globe & Mail pages– two leading uber-liberal media outlets in Canada– Justin Trudeau is presently being ground to a pulp.
How to reconcile the antithetical nature of these realities? Simple, really– ignore the whole thing and hope to heavens Trudeau can maintain the pseudo-dictatorship afforded to him with media support.
In attempting to distill all this down to a salient conclusion, CAP offer the following:
It is impossible to believe that this dynamic is devoid of an element of manipulation. CAP have followed Justin Trudeau ascendency to the throne of Canada every day for the past five years.
In the summer of 2020, we began to witness a transition of support for our PM. A dramatic shift in support for Trudeau has become a reality. By the time 2021 came around, comments on Facebook et al began to resemble CAP’s take on Trudeau. The vitriol and anger became a force to behold.
So how is it that this fellow remains so popular? No surprise, we have a theory on this:
Justin Trudeau is not popular at all. The only segment of the Canadian demographic dedicated to our PM is what one may call “3rd World” Canada. No surprise here– it well appears these voters are the only citizens Trudeau actually cares about.
Considering the various dynamics, could it be possible that Trudeau’s popularity is, in fact, a manufactured illusion?
CAP Opinion: Justin Trudeau was appointed prime minister to represent the Canadian division of the Great Reset agenda for western nations. This means that his popularity is secondary to his PM position.
Hence a partitioning of media presentation. In the corner to our left, CBC, CTV, Globe & Mail,Toronto Star and their animus toward Old Stock Canada.
On the so-called right, wearing the red and white trunks, social media’s take on this “post-modern” prime minister.
The twain never meet. Does this suggest a fixed election outcome resulting in three four-year terms in a row for Justin Trudeau? CAP cannot confirm it, but we sure as heck wouldn’t stick our neck out and deny it.
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder(est 2016)