The discovery of a mass grave filled with the remains of 215 aboriginal children beneath a residential school in British Columbia, Canada is shaping up to transform society for all-time.
Cultural Action Party is not interested in making excuses for these crimes. We are interested in the manner in which Canada’s leading institutions deal with these events. It is not simply a matter of historical discovery. Based upon government and media response, such circumstances are being used to permanently transform our country.
When it comes to the fallout, no single person is as effective at promoting hatred of Canada than Justin Trudeau. Our prime minister never misses an opportunity to generalize.
Trudeau’s comments on historical oppression contains no specifics. It is not the responsibility of the government of Canada–meaning both the Liberal Party and Conservative governments of the past. It isn’t even as specific as the Church, or Catholic Church, of which Trudeau dubiously claims personal affiliation.
It is simply “the fault of Canada”– period. This generalization is intended to inflict maximum culpability toward our nation. It is done with a purpose.
As our PM so eloquently states, the residential school system is “one piece of a larger colonial policy designed to erase language and culture and to assimilate Indigenous communities so that they no longer existed as distinct peoples.”
Trudeau’s condemnation is well supported by Liberal government members. Liberal MP Pam Damoff, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Indigenous Services, chimed in with the following:
Canada was “founded on racism, and founded on colonialism.”
Decade upon decade of these condemnations suggest a larger plan is in the works for our country. Is it a coincidence that from the moment Justin Trudeau became prime minister our government and media have waged systemic warfare upon the dignity of our nation? Is there not an ultimate purpose for this?
Equal in disparagement toward Canada is Jagmeet Singh, and his NDP Party. As for the party leader, it well appears his job description has morphed into one of full-time hatred of Canada:
Anytime you think of unmarked mass graves, you think of a distant country where a genocide has happened. This is not a distant country, this is here in Canada, and the genocide was against Indigenous people. And it is a genocide that is ongoing.”
Playing back up to Mr. Singh we find a plethora of MP’s from his party:
NDP MP Niki Ashton called it “absolute proof of genocide.”
NDP MP Leah Gazan is quoted as stating that “Genocide is genocide. If we want to reconcile in this country, then we need to own the truth,” she said.
Alright then, let Canada own the truth. Now, kindly inform the people of our country what “owning the truth” looks like. What’s the actual plan? How will such a thing be manifested within our society? What does the future hold for our country under these circumstances?
Silence. Know one speaks of it. Therefore, Cultural Action Party will guess. The timing of the residential school discoveries is no coincidence. Nor is the related vehemence of Prime Ministers, party leaders and members of Parliament. On this basis, the Liberals and the NDP are ideologically aligned. Media are on onboard. Our academic world has been preaching hatred of Canada for decades.
What is really going on here? How about an end to Canadian society as it has been known from our nation’s founding in 1867 to the day Justin Trudeau became PM in 2015. Step-by-step, in incremental fashion, our society is being systemically conditioned toward an ultimate transformation.
The exact outcome is difficult to predict. It could take on the form of variation upon the following themes:
A demise of democracy is one. The transfer of Anglophone Canadians to the bottom of the social order is a contender. Our country as a socialist dictatorship may hold water. The demise of Christianity is a fair call. Whatever “silent revolution” Justin Trudeau has been to lead, one outcome is definite:
The “Old Stock” communities of Canada are being set up for a giant fall. CAP predict a inversion of social order is imminent– “racialized’ Canadians as the upper crust of society, Anglophones to the bottom of the barrel. Justin Trudeau is the revolution’s pied piper, and as Jagmeet Singh stars in a supporting role.
Such are the circumstances awaiting our country as a pre-conceived agenda of national transformation plays out before the eyes of 38 million Canadians.
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder ( Est. 2016)