Mainstream media may have gone way-light on the issue, but many within the social media-sphere are aware of the event.
Responding to a comment from a Canadian lady critical of ex-Liberal PM Pierre Trudeau, Conservative Party Leader Pierre Poilievre said “well, they’re both Marxists.”
Media that did manage to pipe up offered a predictable denial of the idea that, at heart, both PM Justin Trudeau, and his alleged father Pierre Trudeau, are communist in political orientation.
Liberal MP Mark Gerretsen responded in kind to Poilievre’s statement. He called it a “massive misunderstanding of the term, and an insult.”
Is Gerretsen correct in his assessment? It would do Canadians well not to perceive this as an “all-or-nothing” situation. Having followed Liberal-China political integration for over 35 years, CAP offer some thoughts on the matter.
The crux of the issue can be articulated in the following manner. The Liberal Party of Canada are not communist in the full sense of the term. Rather, Justin Trudeau and the Liberals are employing communist techniques to control a democratic society.
Between the two lies a world of difference. Unfortunately, this world– or any other related to the history of Liberal-Quebec-China political affiliation– will not be forthcoming from media in Canada.
Why not? Because at this stage of the political game, Justin Trudeau is using Marxist techniques to propagandize Canadians by way of controlling the Canadian press.
Examples include the obtuse nature of our PM’s answers to questions from the opposition and media. Such obfuscation has been taken from the annals of political discourse in China:
“Never answer a direct question, never provide a yes-or-no response.”
Various other appropriations exist. For example, Marxist ideology purports that control of the family unit belongs to government, and not parents. In turn, Mr. Trudeau supports LGBT indoctrination within Canada’s public school system. Regarding growing parental protest against “transgender-training” for children in our schools, the Feds have yet to budge an inch.
Here we see how the current Trudeau government are leveraging bits-and-pieces of Marxist philosophy to maintain societal control. Media, education, and the latest ploy, internet censorship in the form of erasure of freedom of speech.
Communist ideology preaches that government maintain a right to control all fundamental aspects of society– including the concept that private ownership of land is taboo.
Justin Trudeau may not have brought us here yet, but the future remains an open book. While not yet banning private property ownership, the Liberals certainly haven’t done the concept any good.
Canadian homes are more unaffordable than ever. Young Canadians cannot afford to buy a home. In terms of farmland, we turn to the Netherlands:
“The EU has approved plans for the Dutch government to buy out farmers. The scheme is part of the Netherlands’ plan to drastically slash nitrogen emissions, a major source of which is livestock farms.”
“Nearly €1.5 billion will be used to compensate farmers who voluntarily close farms located near nature reserves. 3,000 farms are expected to be eligible.”
Witness as the woke Dutch government, with the environment as rationalization, appropriate 3000 farms. Justin Trudeau has pitched the nitrate-tax for farming along with the dual carbon tax already imposed on Canadian farmers.
Meanwhile, behind the “woke curtain,” Liberal government strategists are firmly focused on transitioning Canada away from its traditional foundation. Symbols of Canadiana are torn down. Schools are renamed. With colonialism as justification, Canadian history and heritage are under attack.
Branding our society racist, traditional communities, “Old Stock” Canadians and the like morphed into bitter bigots by government and partners in the press. The history of Canada becomes tainted, infused with a post-modern belief that there is something fundamentally wrong with Canada– despite the fact that other nations of the world are far worse.
“Marx’s manifesto is famous for summing up his theory of Communism with a single sentence: Abolition of private property. But this was hardly the only thing the philosopher believed must be abolished from bourgeois society in the proletariat’s march to utopia.”
1. The Family
“On what foundation is the present family, the bourgeois family, based? On capital, on private gain.”
Justin Trudeau drives the LGBT/Transgender wagon, thus undermining the family unit.
The Covid pandemic came from China, and look what transpired. Individual rights were sublimated( Ottawa Truckers Rally, Frozen Bank Accounts), Christian ministers and other conscientious objectors are imprisoned.
3. Eternal Truths(Religion)
“Communism abolishes eternal truths, it abolishes all religion, and all morality, instead of constituting them on a new basis; it therefore acts in contradiction to all past historical experience.”
Trudeau’s Liberals are anti-Christian. Their brand of “morality” includes Abortion, Euthanasia, LGBT, Transgenderism— all antithetical to Christian morality.
Past historical experience is rendered racist, bigoted and homophobic. Statutes of the founding fathers of our nation topple down like flies.
“The working men have no country.”
We speak of the topic of national sovereignty, a favourite hit-piece for the prime minister of Canada. Patriotism, Nationalism? Trudeau hates both, and so does his brother, as did so-called father before him. Oddly enough, the Trudeau-family have no problem with patriotism in China.
Karl Marx’s above statement speaks to the concept of globalization. In fact, it’s both the source and impetus for an assimilation of nations of the world. Border-less in conception, globalism exists at the root of Trudeau-brand Liberalism.
5. The Past
“In bourgeois society, the past dominates the present; in Communist societies, the present dominates the past.”
Thus, historical revisionism. We think back to earlier decades, and the “zeitgeist” of the times which typified citizen attitudes toward our country. Back then, Canadian self-perception wasn’t mired in self-abnegation. Then came Pierre Trudeau, followed by Justin Trudeau, and their promotion of national self-hatred.
The past becomes tainted, making our country all the more “ripe for the communist picking.”
It all makes a reasonable amount of sense–the very reason why legacy media wouldn’t touch these ideas with an 88-foot pole.
Still believe Canada to be communist-free? If so, you will make Justin Trudeau a happy people-kind. Not to mention the government of China, World Economic Forum and the United Nations.