The phrase ‘divide and conquer’ is defined as “a policy of maintaining control over one’s subordinates or opponents by encouraging dissent between them, thereby preventing individual communities from uniting in opposition to a ruling government.”
The ploy is thousands of years old, as leveraged by historical luminaries such as Julius Caesar and Niccolo Machiavelli.
It only takes a brief look at federal politics in Canada to recognize that our Liberal government apply are applying a divide-and-conquer strategy within contemporary society.
On the political side, we discover the golden rule of social division. With mainstream media as vehicle for propaganda dissemination, PM Justin Trudeau pursues power by way of one of the oldest political tricks in the book.
According to Machiavellian principles, a leader “should endeavor with every act to divide the forces of the enemy.”
Bringing about a salient question: who is the enemy of government in Canada in 2023?
CBC won’t announce it, and Globe & Mail won’t print it, but the answer is found in a phrase coined by ex-Conservative PM Stephen Harper: “Old Stock” Canadians.
The Liberals know one thing for certain. In terms of community rebellion against the new Canadian order Trudeau is pushing on society, citizens of European heritage are reluctant to buy the neo-communist revolution being forced down our throats.
To circumvent successful push-back, Trudeau unfurls weapons of social division. East vs. West. Quebec vs. Alberta. Gays vs. Straights. Muslims vs. Christians Beyond this, his silver bullet arrives in the form of the “phobias.”
Canada is “Islamophobic,” homophobic, transphobic and xenophobic. Despite the fact that racial prejudice is endemic in nearly all nations of the world, Trudeau enjoys pretending that Canada is “special” in the category.
By way of government, racism in Canada is positioned as being unique in the world. In terms of the media being paid to advance the concept, never do they place this topic within the context of racial prejudice on a world-wide basis.
Each day, murders of Christians take place in African nations. Not a week goes by without persecution of homosexuals in Muslim-majority nations.
Our media speak nothing of the sort. Conversely, laser-like focus on even the smallest of racial infractions are splashed across the pages of the Canadian press.
Why? What is it that Trudeau and the Liberals are after? Is an establishment of a fragmented, divisive society part of government’s game-plan regarding our national destiny? Cultural Action Party certainly believe it is.
In politics, the concept of divide and conquer refers to a strategy that “prevents smaller power groups from linking up, causing rivalries and fomenting discord among the people to prevent a rebellion against the elites or the people implementing the strategy.”
We think back to Truckers Convoy to Ottawa in early 2022. To which Trudeau responded by branding “Old Stock” Canadians racists, bigots and white supremacists.
If there’s anything that Justin Trudeau doesn’t want to see, it’s rebellion against his rebellion. CAP call it the “Woke Revolution,” a World Economic Forum derived socio-political construct aimed at overturning traditional governance in western democracies.
To illustrate, we point to a unprecedented development:
‘Muslim Parents Protest Against Gender Ideology Studies In Canada Schools’
“Muslim and Christian parents have joined objecting groups and others in ‘leave the kids alone’ protests outside three schools in the Canadian capital against inclusion of sexual and gender identity education into the public school system.”
“I don’t want the kids to learn about this because they are kids, not adults,” a Muslim mother said at the protest site in Ottawa.
Can you get to that? Most Canadians won’t– for good reason. Canadian media hasn’t breathed a word about Christians and Muslims uniting in protest against LGBT indoctrination in the Canadian public school system.
“Must keep the public divided at all times.” That’s a post-modern rule in Trudeau’s attack on traditional Canadian society.
An article entitled ‘Psychopaths In The Workplace’ sheds light on the discussion:
“Divide and conquer was a common strategy by corporate psychopaths used as a smokescreen to help consolidate and advance their grip on power in the corporate hierarchy.”
My, my– we’re really moving into Trudeau territory now. If Canada was a corporation(many believe it is), our current PM would be CEO of the Century.
Call it hyperbole, but when it comes to controlling the people of Canada, Mr. Trudeau transitions to psychopathic territory. Our PM has proven himself to be political automaton. LGBT, abortion, euthanasia, “Islamophobia.” In ideological terms, not once has our Liberal government deviated from a cast-in-stone position.
Pourquoi? Unlike federal governments of the past, the Trudeau government do not base policy decisions on the will of the people. That’s democracy, and in truth, Trudeau’s Liberals have no interest.
In its stead comes adherence to a template set up by globalist forces lurking outside our country. The main entity being the aforementioned World Economic Foundation.
Reviewing their social policy, one will find it identical to that of the Trudeau government. Refugee resettlement, maximizing international migration, abortion-mongering, Euthanasia advancement, Carbon Taxation, LGBT and Transgender promotion.
Trudeau follows this template in blueprint-like fashion. Rather than work the will of 40 million Canadians, our PM has outsourced our social structure to United Nations, WEF, WHO, not to mention political Islam, and government of China.
Upon which we turn to media recognition of these realities. Simply put– there is none.
Ever get the feeling your country is being stolen from you as we speak? Utilizing tried-and-true methods of political history, Justin Trudeau divides citizen from citizen, community from community.
“No matter where you are, July 1[Canada Day] is an opportunity for us all to celebrate the country we call home, the people we share it with, and the future we’re building together. We can – and we should – take pride in all those things.”
— Justin Trudeau
Hands up those who believe the PM’s statement reflects his genuine feeling about our country. How can it, when every action he takes advances disharmony in society?
We should “take pride,” Mr. Trudeau? What, after you spend seven years labelling Canadian society racist, bigoted, xenophobic, homophobic and genocidal?
Something wrong with this picture? Of course there is. Isn’t it always the case when a member of the Trudeau family gets their hooks into the fabric of Canadian society?