“Fascism is characterized by dictatorial power, forcible suppression of opposition, bigotry against a demonized ‘other,’ and strong regimentation of society.”
PM Justin Trudeau suppresses public opposition by vilifying traditional Canadians as racists and bigots. The Liberal government has established a demonized “other” among anti-Vaxxers, Trucker Convoy protestors, and the working class. Regimentation of society has been created through Covid pandemic regulations.
“Fascism is hostile to classical liberalism and its individual freedoms of expression, conscience, and peaceful assembly. Fascism creates a divide between ‘us and them’ to deny equality to members of the bad minority.”
The Liberals are working to erode freedom of expression through internet censorship Bill C-36. Peaceful assemblies are transformed into gatherings of racists and white supremacists. “Us and them” communities are defined by the anti-Vaxxer versus Vaxxer social dynamic. Denial of equality is created through the Emergencies Act and its “frozen bank account” measures.
In his book How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them, Yale University professor Jason Stanley describes how fascist regimes normalize the intolerable:
“What normalization does is transform the morally extraordinary into the ordinary. It makes us able to tolerate what was once intolerable by making it seem as if this is the way things have always been.”
Canadian media maintain a thoroughly annoying habit of presenting unprecedented social developments as common place circumstances. While society has experienced its greatest erosion of personal freedoms outside a period of war, legacy media refuse to place the situation in proper historical context. If they did, long-term citizens would recognize Canada’s shift from liberalism to pseudo-communism.
To illustrate, we turn to what media never speak of– fundamentals of democratic governance:
“In a democracy, a government of the people, for the people, should govern for the greatest good of the greatest number.”
— Laws Of Government: Legal Foundations Of Canadian Democracy
To state that PM Trudeau adheres to such jurisprudence is laughable. He never has, and as long as the Liberals are in power, they never will. The source for the breakdown of traditional liberalism comes from the Charter of Rights and Freedoms(1982), as founded by our current PM’s father Pierre Trudeau.
The problem is not found in the wording of the Charter, but rather in its application. Media never properly articulate the seismic transformations resulting from its implementation. Charter Rights shifted Canada into a “special interest” society. If one wonders, for example, why Transgender rights are so prominent among a population which is 99.5% non-transgendered, the Charter is the source.
Thus it is that the “will of the majority” lost its political relevance. Over the course of forty years since the Charter was entrenched into our constitution, no politician has leveraged its essence like current PM Justin Trudeau. The man transformed minority rights into a veritable religion.
A by-product being the labelling of those who fall outside the spectrum of “racialized” Canadians as racists, bigots and xenophobes. The result has been social division on a scale our country has not seen in nearly a century.
All the while, Justin Trudeau continued on with his “Diversity Is Our Strength” mantra. The irony is palpable. The proclamation is the exact opposite of the outcome. In many ways, this is the phenomenon which best captures the political career of our current prime minister.
Currently on a promotional tour of Eastern Europe, Mr. Trudeau this week stated the following regarding the war in Ukraine:
“President Putin wants to snuff out the flame of freedom and democracy in Ukraine. But however dark the coming days and weeks may be, the flame will continue to burn. Europe and North America will help keep that flame alive.”
Justin Trudeau has been snuffing out the flame of freedom and democracy since the day he took office in 2015. Ever-increasing in implementation, the process has been methodical in nature.
Deciphering the motives behind our PM’s decision-making has never been an easy task. Whether naive or malevolent, it arrives at the same outcome. The ideological rock that is woke globalism is an irrepressible element of Justin Trudeau’s character.