No wonder the People’s Party of Canada are not being included in the 2021 Federal Election debates. According to their platform, the PPC “would eliminate all multiculturalism funding, as well as substantially lower the total number of immigrants and refugees Canada accepts each year.”
Within present-day Canada there is a word to encapsulate this policy: sacrilege. To understand the radical nature of this proposition, let us review the true nature of multiculturalism in Canada. Never has there been a policy so impactful that has remained so devoid of democratic principles. It is also a nation-changing ideology in which media analysis has been entirely lacking.
Multiculturalism in Canada is sacrosanct. It is our “holy of holies.” As found in religious dogma, ours is not to question why. As a result, Canadians remain largely unaware of its historical circumstances.
No one ever voted for a multicultural Canada. Our citizenship didn’t authorize founder Pierre Trudeau‘s cancellation of English and French-Canadian bicultural identity. He did it on his own.
Another concealed aspect of multicultural policy springs forth– “no one else has it.” How engrossing it is to discover how few countries have legislated this policy– as opposed to general social adherence. Ever read about this in the Globe and Mail? Not a chance. By way of establishment media, one would assume official multiculturalism to be as common as rain in North Vancouver. It isn’t– not even close.
Moving to the pragmatic, the Multiculturalism Act of 1988 set up a scenario in which over the decades billions of tax-payer dollars would flow through to immigration and multicultural organizations.
The result being another development eschewed by media: the political empowerment of “new arrival” communities, and their representatives in Parliament. Most Canadians do not view this dynamic in terms of its historical continuum.
For one thing, there is no “ceiling” to this social movement. Multiculturalism includes no tangible demarcation to indicate an achievement of purpose: which is to establish equality among all citizens. Therefore, its political power can accumulate forever– meaning past the point of social balance which speaks to its legitimacy.
Things become more ominous when considering a secondary development. Multiculturalism, or systemic “diversity,” is not the sole possession of immigration and multicultural organizations.
In 2021, diversity is a political weapon utilized by government for a consolidation of power. No government has done so as successfully as Justin Trudeau’s Liberals circa 2015-2021.
Trudeau has transformed multiculturalism into something unique. Rather than its use as a platform of political solidarity, our PM has taken it one step beyond through an inverse demonization of “the rest of us.”
Six years of running down our country as racist. Two terms of branding Anglophone-Canadians bigots, xenophobes and homophobes. Consider its impact on a nation’s collective self-esteem. Let us conclude that none of it has been beneficial.
Why has Trudeau behaved in this fashion? Can it be that in his megalomania, he wants so much more than to be a vanilla-flavoured national leader? Rather, his goal is a fundamental transformation of Canada to a “post-modern” society.
Gather up all immigration-multicultural-diversity forces into a united political entity. Create an “outsider” community from the rest of us. And, of course, the ultimate goal– transition the Liberals to Canada’s permanent ruling party.
Still, a problem exists– the agenda may backfire. Its scheming nature being too nefarious to succeed in the long term. Covid, Afghanistan— these unexpected “left hooks” may well scuttle the Liberal-Globalist agenda.
CAP give credit to the People’s Party of Canada for their boldness. It takes guts to carve a brazen path through the monolith that is Liberal-driven political correctness.
Of course, many will disagree. Such is their right. For one thing, no one is claiming there is something inherently awful about new arrival communities. What Cultural Action Party object to is our government’s scheming ways of using immigration and multiculturalism to control society.
Add to this media complacency, and the result is the great hood-winking of the Canadian people. Its schematic nature serving as the foundation of Trudeau government political manipulation since day one.
An insult and a disgrace it is.
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder (Est.2016)