CAP Question Of The New Decade: Why doesn’t the Trudeau government simply inform Anglophone Canada as to their pending fate as a future minority, and eventual marginalized community within our society?
The Trudeau government are unrolled two new immigration programs which will accelerate the transformation of Anglophone Canada to a minority community in due time–as in, FASTER than anyone would otherwise imagine it.
“NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to act immediately to withhold cash transfers to New Brunswick until the province provides funding for out-of-hospital abortion services.”
“Full Steam Ahead.” Many Canadians will recall the story of the sinking of the Titanic, and the fatal error made by the ship’s captain as he raced to set a new world record for the crossing of the Atlantic Ocean.
All who know of the story also know of the tragic outcome. Turns out that here in Canada, a similar dynamic is at play.
Trudeau Government tax-payer fund transfer to Afghanistan: According to Canadian International Development Platform: $254 Million in 2018 alone.
Word on the street is that within a decade from now, Anglophone Canadians in Vernon B.C. will transition to a MINORITY community. Degree of emphasis by media reports on this transformative development: ZERO %.
“Although there has been an uptick in violence against Christians in the region, Egypt is hardly alone in a long list of countries — many in the Middle East — that are violently hostile towards Christians.”
Multiculturalism in Canada lies at the heart of Cultural Action Party of Canada’s messaging to common-sense Canadians. From CAP’s perspective, this government policy happens to be punitive in nature.
A national charity that works to save old buildings estimates that 9,000 Christian religious spaces in Canada will be lost in the next decade, roughly one-third of all faith-owned buildings in the country.
A national charity that works to save old buildings estimates that 9,000 religious spaces in Canada will be lost in the next decade, roughly ONE THIRD of all faith-owned buildings in the country.