Within Trudeau’s “no core identity” Canada, media are now “protectors of the faith”– their job is to obscure, sublimate, and spin these societal transformations into media pablum.
Much consternation presently exists within Canadian society based upon the “Don Cherry” incident. When Canada’s most well-known Old Stock Canadian spoke out against a lack of Canadian patriotism(how true this is)–with a specific reference to new arrival and immigrants communities– he was promptly dismissed from his job. Conversely, when CTV talk-show host Jenna Allen branded … Continue reading Why Racism In Canada Is Acceptable When Targeting Anglophone Canadians
Before former Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper was ousted from office by Liberal challenger Justin Trudeau in 2015, he popularized a succinct but under-utilized term–“Old Stock” Canadians.
“The Liberal Party believes that terrorists should get to KEEP their Canadian citizenship … because I do,” Justin Trudeau told a Winnipeg town hall. “And I’m willing to take on ANYONE who disagrees with that.”
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau took extraordinary safety precautions at a major election rally west of Toronto Saturday, donning an armoured vest and appearing with a heavy security detail because of a threat.
Throughout his tenure as prime minister, Justin Trudeau has been associated with myriad number of scandals. Some such as SNC Lavalin are exposed by way of media, and others are not.
True North journalist Andrew Lawton said, “The government must uphold both freedom of speech and freedom of the press, and that means for all media outlets, even with editorial biases the government may not like.”
CAP say yes–emphatically. Let’s think this one over a bit– it is irrefutable that at some point in the future– perhaps 3-4 decades from now, Anglophone Canadians will trans-isition to a minority community in Canada.
The Munk foreign policy debate has been cancelled. While Andrew Scheer, Jagmeet Singh, and Elizabeth May had said they would attend, Justin Trudeau has refused, leading to the cancellation of the debate.
There will be an EMPTY CHAIR in the place where Trudeau should be. This will our prime minister look bad enough, but almost certainly not as bad as Trudeau would make himself look in the attempt to defend his foreign policy record, let alone articulate his plans ahead.