“To understand who controls a nation, just look at who you are not permitted to criticize”
“Canada stands with the UK after today’s suspected terrorist attack in London, and we’re grateful for the first responders and people who bravely intervened.”
63%–nearly two-thirds of Canadians– of respondents to a recent Leger poll said the government should prioritize limiting immigration levels.
This sordid tale began in the year 1967. The event was Montreal’s “Expo 67” celebration. In retrospect, this event was the final time our nation united as a cohesive community, celebrating what was formally considered a national heritage of which to be immensely PROUD.
When considering government-funded anti-racism programs in Canada– government created, academic-oriented seminars and such in regards to addressing and countering racism in Canada, one common theme emerges…
Our political party maintain that Mr. Trudeau is an oppressor. The target is one specific identifiable community in Canada– those citizens who come from an Anglophone background.
Canada’s largest newspaper threatened Catholic schools in an editorial that unless they get in line with homosexuality and transgender “rights,” support will only grow for an end to their public funding.
Who Justin Trudeau works for, roughly in order–
United Nations, Nation of Islam, Sikh-Canada, Saudi Arabia, China, Africa, international banking, American environmental non-profits, Quebec, Gays and Transgendered, Third World diaspora communities in Canada.
“I understand that some jurisdictions have implemented new, non-criminal sanctions to deter this behavior such as ticketing,” writes Kahlon in a letter to Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth. “I would be grateful if your ministry could determine what options might be available to better deter perpetrators.”
Over the course of four years Justin Trudeau has been re-shaping Canada into a nation our citizenship and voting communities did not REQUEST, and did not APPROVE.