With an intention of “decolonizing” Canada, the Liberal government is committed itself to purging hundreds of historical plaques and monuments commemorating Canadian history. As reported by True North News, these purges are to include leading political figures such as Canada’s first prime minister Sir. John A. Macdonald.
According to Blacklock’s Reporter, this means that a tenth of federal historical landmarks erected since 1919 are going to be revised or completely removed. The rest shall remain– until a future purge comes along.
“The designations and plaques which require review have been assessed as relating to four issues: colonial legacy, absence or erasure of a significant layer of history, outdated or offensive terminology and controversial beliefs and behaviours.”
— Review Of Designations: National Program Of Historical Commemoration.
We turn to the concept of historical revisionism:
Historical revisionism is the means by which the history of a society, as understood in its collective memory, continually accounts for new interpretations of events commonly understood as history.
“Revisionist history is often practiced by those who are in the minority, such as feminist historians…essentially historians who have the most to gain and the least to lose in challenging the status quo.”
A perfect encapsulation of “values” held by PM Justin Trudeau. Yet, our prime minister has not authorized an act of historical revisionism. He is authorizing the erasing of Canadian history.
“A total of 205 plaques and monuments have been placed on a blacklist for removal. Subjects identified as urgent by Indigenous consultants will be destroyed. Nothing can be immune from review.”
Heavy-handed, is it not? Try this on for size: remove the context of the mandate without consideration for its specific application.
Does it not smack of a directive from mid-20th century European Fascism? Do you know what government, academia, and multiculturalists call this? They call it “Liberalism.” Under the auspices of Justin Trudeau, classical liberal values have transitioned to pseudo-authoritarian injunctions.
Philosopher Karl Popper, whose writings are a key influence on the ‘Open Society’ philosophy of George Soros, said that each generation has its own troubles and problems, and, therefore, its own interests and point of view:
“It follows that each generation has a right to look upon and re-interpret history in their own way.”
Billionaire banker George Soros argues that use of techniques of subtle deception borrowed from modern advertising and cognitive science are effective tools to manipulate political discourse. Can this be the source of Trudeau’s decision to erase Canadian history?
We offer a relevant quotation. African activist, journalist and entrepreneur Marcus Garvey once wrote that:
“A people without knowledge of their past history, origin, and culture is like a tree without roots.”
What happens to a tree without roots? It dies. Is Canada as it has been known since its founding in 1867 dying? If Canadians do not understand their past, they will not understand their future. This is exactly what Trudeau’s “new woke order” is calling for.
We note contemporary media trends. CBC, CTV, Globe & Mail, Toronto Star write about many things. One area remains taboo– the future of our nation. Where are Canada’s seers and futurists? They don’t exist. Leading journalists never speculate on the future of our country. What will Canadian be like in 2050? What will be the ethnic composition of society? Will white citizens have transitioned to a minority?
Not a peep from the press. CAP draw conclusions: government do not want us to understand our past. This is why they are erasing our history. In addition, government do not want citizens speculating on Canada’s future.
What do controlling institutions want us to think about? Only the present. And aren’t our minds being kept busy. Government and media have the body politic tied in knots with Covid, Emergencies Acts, Truckers Protests and general social chaos.
Who has time to think of anything but the present? Based on the evidence, CAP offer our synopsis: Canada is being railroaded down a path of political transformation.
Critical to the endeavour is an erasure of Canadian history. Its roots are found in the philosophy of Karl Marx. Its application is sourced from Communism. It’s advocates are global power-players like George Soros and Karl Schwab of the World Economic Forum.
It’s assigned representative in Canada is Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.