The history of democracy in the United States dates back to 1630s, as originally established in the New England colonies. The legislatures of the colonies were initially governed as popular assemblies, with every freeman eligible to directly vote in the election of officers and drafting of laws.
As far back as the founding of Canada in 1867, democratic governance has been employed as a foundation of our political system. On this basis, a natural affinity has existed whereby both nations, though imperfect, have taken pride in a “one citizen-one vote” political structure.
Upon which we enter the realm of Liberalism as promulgated by current Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. His personal brand of politics maintains a greater affinity with communist China than the United States of America.
A proclamation this week from Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland speaks to the America-China dynamic:
“Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said that a new travel advisory warning Canadians who are LGBTQ to be careful travelling in some parts of the United States is in no way politically motivated, and is meant to focus on Canadians’ safety.”
Translation: Top brass in the Canadian government have branded the United States “homophobic.” Freeland’s warning to our homosexual communities is misplaced. Anyone can be harrassed for acting inappropriately in public.
Maintain the proper social graces, and you chances of being mugged on the street equate with anyone who travels to the USA, or anywhere else.
If, on the other hand, a Canadian chooses to pull a “Justin Trudeau,” it may be a different story. Refrain from prancing down the street waving LBGT flags and screaming out transgender rights for youth, and it’s likely a tourist will be good-to-go.
In truth, our Liberal government’s anti-America rhetoric is far from limited to LGBT issues and transgender talk.
When it comes to our democratic neighbours to the south, both government and media indulge in “fear factor” marketing. “Ooh, that nasty United States, land of Donald Trump, nation of red-neck racists.”
The Government of the People’s Republic of China is a Marxist–Leninist one-party authoritarian political system under the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The People’s Republic of China practices a unitary power principle. All government bodies in China are under the control of the CCP, with the CCP constitution declaring that the party is the “highest force for political leadership”.
PM Justin Trudeau:
“There’s a level of admiration I actually have for China because their basic dictatorship is allowing them to actually turn their economy around on a dime.”
What to conclude? If you part of the editorial team at CBC, Globe & Mail or Toronto Star, the answer is simple: nothing at all.
CAP distill the basic positioning of our Liberal government down to its essence: United States— bad; China— good. Naturally, it’s not as “cut and dried” as all this. Yet, while a simplification is applied, a basic fact remains:
As far as our Liberal government is concerned, the democratic nation of the United States is to be viewed as some kind of “bogeyman,” while communist China remains acceptable in the eye of government.
A total inversion it is. All of which bring forth an obvious question:
Why is Justin Trudeau choosing China over America? For what reason would it be the case?
What we have here is unequivocal bias toward a communist society, in tandem with a shunning of our democratic neighbours to the south.
A curious development, no? Perhaps it really is true: this Trudeau character prefers communism over democracy. We look toward the future, already aware of how “socialist” Canada has become during the near-eight year period Justin Trudeau has been prime minister.
“As someone who has had the real privilege of serving as Canada’s foreign minister, I know that our travel advisories are done very professionally,” stated Chrystia Freeland this week.
“We have professionals in the government whose job is to look carefully around the world and to monitor whether there are particular dangers to particular groups of Canadians.”
After which we compare treatment of homosexuals in nations never to be criticized by government and their media partners.
According to Wikipedia, “Sexual activity between members of the same sex[in Iran] is illegal, and can be punishable by death.”
Ever heard Chrystia Freeland condemn the Iranian government’s position on homosexuality?
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in the Syrian Arab Republic face legal challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents. Article 520 of the penal code prohibits carnal relations against the order of nature, and provides for up to three years’ imprisonment.”
In 2016, Justin Trudeau gave a green light to importing 35,000 refugees from Syria to Canada. A substantial number came from homosexual communities.
Ever heard PM Trudeau trash the government of Syria for their virulently homophobic ways? Never. Flip the page to the USA, and witness as top-level Canadian politicians brand the country “persona non grata” among nations of the world.
Can a reason exist for a political paradox of this nature? Long term readers of Cultural Action Party media output should be able to anticipate our thoughts on the matter.
Justin Trudeau sides with communist China because in reality, he is a communist sympathizer. So much so that the Liberals are in the process of driving Canada’s political bus from Democracy Drive down to Communist Street.
So Justin Trudeau admires China, in addition to emulating their style of governance. To hide a covert political journey from our citizenship, the Liberals have super-imposed China’s government-media structure on to Canadian society.
The United States a “pariah” nation? China the greatest thing since the invention of white rice?
Hardly. The entire structure is a ruse, and a dangerous one at that.