“Oh, that’s so out-of-style.” A common phrase indeed, yet one which in a million years will never be applied to Multiculturalism in Canada. Perhaps a better word to describe this uniquely Canadian phenomenon is “archaic”— out-dated, backward, antiquated. This is what CAP believe is the present-day state of multiculturalism in Canada. This social imposition was … Continue reading Justin Trudeau’s Multiculturalism Morphs Into “Monocultural” Third World Political POWERHOUSE
There is, most obviously, a giant chasm between the interests of Justin Trudeau, and those of “Old Stock” Canadians–the tens of millions of Canadians of Anglophone, Francophone and Christian Canadians.
CAP Theory posits the following: Multiculturalism in Canada, founded by ex-Liberal Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, is in reality a program whereby Anglophone-Canadians pay for the demise of English Canada.
For the Liberal government and their media machine–CBC in particular– culture in Canada is defined by how “un-American” our media institutions are. They fret over the loss of Canadian identity by way of media behemoths like Twitter, Netflix and Facebook.
The era of a Justin Trudeau- led Canadian government is unprecedented in so very many ways. Of course, this is one reason why media constantly look back in desperation to find a precedent for our PM’s borderline-insanity decision making.
The family of Pierre Trudeau– Justin, as well as commie-brother-in-the-shadows Alexandre — have done the greatest disservice to Anglophone Canadians in the HISTORY of our nation.
“Canada is a post-modern nation with no core identity.” Thus proclaimed a freshly-minted Justin Trudeau soon after capturing the crown of Canada in 2015.
For CAP, this is the question of the century. For CBC, Globe & Mail, it is as meaningless as rain on a winter day in North Vancouver.
According the state news organization CBC, $530.00 in Canadian citizenship fees is considered a HURDLE for many newcomers hoping to become Canadian citizens, especially low-income refugee families.
“I always sort of laugh when you see people who are – not many of them, but – intolerant or who think, ‘Go back to your own country,’” Justin Trudeau said in the television interview. “No!” Trudeau continued. “You chose this country. This is your country MORE than it is for others because we take it for granted.”