“While attention is mainly focused on the leaders of the four main parties, something sinister is happening to our politics. White supremacy has made its way into mainstream public discourse in this country, becoming an insidious danger to our democracy.”
White supremacy and far-right extremist groups are on the rise in Canada and directly threaten the safety of minority communities, including the Muslim community.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said the security threat that forced him to wear a bullet-proof vest at a Saturday rally is an unfortunate consequence of the polarization of politics in Canada and elsewhere.
“The Canadian-Muslim Vote was founded in 2015(the year Justin became PM) with the mandate to educate and mobilize the estimated 767,000+ Muslim voters across Canada AT ALL LEVELS of government.
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.
You can’t deny that our society is awash in systemic racism. We’re a long way from a society where racism is not at play.” Ms. May said it’s a hard truth that she and other Canadians must come to terms with, adding that it took a while for her to recognize her privilege as a white person.
Government, Media, Academia. While much has been exposed regarding the symbiotic relationship between the Trudeau government and establishment media in Canada, the academic component is entirely UNDER-EXPOSED.
Former Canadian Prime Minister MacKenzie King was a strange one. Convinced he could communicate with his dead mother, one of Canada’s most famous prime ministers used a ouija board for bring forth the spirit of dear old mom– saint that she was. While King was into some odd behaviour, he cannot hold a candle to … Continue reading Why Justin Trudeau Spent Four Years ATTACKING Anglophone Canadians
All of a sudden, Canada is a nation with a comprehensive Islamic presence, including within its history books. No one individual has contributed more to this phenomenon than Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau.
“This is beyond unacceptable. The government of Canada is once again preparing to fight First Nations children in court,” National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations Perry Bellegarde said in a statement Friday.