As CAP followers understand all too well, our organization is not a fan of Justin Trudeau–nor any other member of his immediate family. To deliver the myriad examples why would require a lifetime, therefore we speak of one that may stand at the top of the totem pole.
Here we mention a most glaring, obvious example, as well as one never once referred to by mainstream Canadian media. During PM Justin Trudeau’s five year reign over Canadian society, it would take Stephen Hawking to calculate how many times our PM has gone to bat for “3rd World’ Canada— the lighting-fast growing “minority” communities of society.
Praising, promoting, protecting– you name it, and Mr. Trudeau has done it. Does this imply that there is something inherently wrong with these people? Not at all. However, when juxtaposed with Canada’s prime minister focus upon “Old Stock” Canadians, the contrast is striking.
So what is an Old Stock Canadian? It was former Conservative PM Stephen Harper who introduced the term. Over the coming decades, Canada will progressively transition to a society in which a once-dominant majority will shift to one of many relatively equal in population.
Fair to define these people as Canadian-born, Anglophone and Francophone Canadians. From a religious perspective, it is the Christian faith which provides a thread amongst them.
Interestingly, readers may do well to note that over Trudeau’s five years as PM, he has not once made public reference to these communities. As in, not a single sentence. Meanwhile, Sikh Canadians are the belle of the ball for Trudeau. Muslim Canada are certainly as high a priority.
What gives, fellow Canadian patriots? Is this a random occurrence, or something a tad more calculated? Whatever a citizen’s conclusion, CAP consider this one of Trudeau’s more odd-ball manifestations. Simply put, the leader of a pluralist society does not shun an entire community–unless he does so intentionally.
To rub salt in the wound, not only have Anglo-Franco Canadian communities been wholly ignored, one can argue they have been on a receiving end of punitive damages. Recalling government’s “Summer Job Grant” measures during Justin’s first term, churches, bible camps and other Christian institutions were refused grant money if they did not adhere to what is fairly stated as the western world’s most “open policy” abortion mandates .
Out of 365 days of the year, Christianity in Canada is referenced by Justin Trudeau only on Easter and Christmas–both devoid of a reference to the religious components of the holidays.
What is equally as striking is to contrast this approach with Trudeau’s personal claim–he considers himself a “practicing” Christian. If so, serious students of global politics would like to know why our PM has for five years shunned mass murder of Christians-– to the point of declared genocide— in the Middle East and Africa.
Fact is, Justin Trudeau is an odd duck. His decision making is truly baffling. Trudeau speaks incessantly of human rights within Canada, as well as around the world. Diversity is his strength, social equality his mantra, and the Charter of Rights and Freedom’s his bible.
All the while, not a single reference to the cultural and religious heritage of some 20 Million Canadian citizens. What’s up with this? While the mystery endures, there is one reality enlightened Canadians can take to the bank: this hypocrisy will never be addressed by establishment media in Canada. Who, by the way, are mainly comprised of Old Stock Canadians.
— Brad Salzberg, Founder of Cultural Action Party of Canada(est. 2016)