“Everywhere I go, I get slandered, libeled, I hear words I never heard in the Bible…”
“Keep the Customer Satisfied,” a song by American music duo Simon & Garfunkel, sets the tone for our analysis of PM Justin Trudeau’s current degree of popularity in Canada.
What is keeping him in office should be understood from coast-to-coast. Despite media’s cover-up of reasons why, informed segments of society can see through the political mask protecting Trudeau from his downfall.
Not that the CBC will be forthright about it, nor any other mainstream media outlet. That reasons why are atypical is no surprise. Everything that has gone down politically since Justin Trudeau gained his prime ministerial throne falls into the category of atypical.
Can readers imagine the Globe & Mail asking a question like this:
Why is NDP leader Jagmeet Singh working for Justin Trudeau, when his role is to function as his competitor?
In a sense, Mr. Singh is even more privileged than Mr. Trudeau. Six years as party leader comes with a decline of twenty previously-held seats at the table of Parliamentary representation. That these years are devoid of criticism from media speaks to the special status that Singh maintains.
Perhaps only his hairdresser knows why he remains. Political correctness renders this fellow an untouchable. His religion serving as a protective wall, Singh is free to indulge in an inversion of the traditional role of a party leader.
As such, Canadians remain struck with a PM who is in all respects the most disliked political figure in the history of our nation.
After RCMP warn protest could escalate, Trudeau cancels appearance on Vancouver Island. One hundred Vancouver police sent to protect Trudeau after protest surrounds restaurant. Protesters gather outside Calgary hotel where Trudeau is staying. Trudeau faces protest during long-term care announcement in Saskatoon. The PM is heckled by protesters in Manitoba.
Prime Minister Trudeau confronted by an angry mob as he left a building in Quebec. Trudeau cuts appearance in Belleville, Ontario as protesters swarm motorcade. The PM is heckled as he leaves New Brunswick event. Trudeau told to ‘get out of our province’ by protesters in Nova Scotia.
As we said, hated from coast-to-coast. Getting ever more macabre, we move toward the militant:
February 7th, 2024: “The RCMP have charged a 30-year-old Montreal man after he allegedly threatened to kill Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a social media post.”
May 8th, 2023: “An Ontario man has barred from being within 100 metres of Trudeau or from communicating with him after being charged with throwing gravel at the prime minister.”
“The Crown pushed that Marshall’s action were not just an assault on a political candidate, but an assault on democracy.”
That’s not an assault on democracy– this is an assault on democracy:
Jagmeet Singh, whose NDP party control a mere seven percent of seats in Parliament, is holding 40 million Canadian voters hostage by way of a “supply and confidence” agreement with the Liberals.
Naturally, if media eschew this concept, they have been freed from delving into reasons why Jagmeet Singh now works for Justin Trudeau. Lacking insider information, Cultural Action Party[est.2016] briefly speculate on reasons why.
The two parties leaders may not work for the same party, but on an ideological basis, they are functioning as “siamese twins” of democratic degeneration. With personal visions for Canadian society aligned, the party leaders are gunning to re-configure Canada into a condition first alluded to by Trudeau’s “post-modern state” declaration.
No surprise, our PM refrained from articulating the meaning of his words. After eight years of observation, CAP conclude that what these two are promoting amounts to a neo-socialist revolutionary agenda.
Strong-arming society through climate change mandates, trashing traditional populations with accusations of racism, elevating Sikh, Muslim and LGBT communities to the forefront of society.
Hidden among the woke hoopla is a direct attack on specific communities: white, Anglophone, Christian in the main. An inversion of Canada’s social order. A parasitic assault on democratic principles, rendering a state of paralysis among general society.
Jagmeet Singh has locked-in Justin Trudeau for the purpose of maximizing the time period in which a systemic degeneration of individual freedoms and democratic governance can take place.
Understanding that their pseudo-socialist revolution may come to a end with a potential Conservative Party victory in late 2025, Canada’s neo-communist landlords dig their heels in as long as legally possible.
Can these be the reasons why a loathed leader of a minority federal government continues to remain on his political perch?