Within Canada’s growing nationalist and patriot movements,m there has been discussion of late as to the concept of Canada morphing into a “one-party state” by way of the Trudeau-led Liberal Globalist Party of Canada.
Perhaps a better term would be the “Liberal-Third World Party of Canada”
This “trend” has the potential to trans-form Old Stock Canada– Anglophones, Francophones, Christians, First Nations peoples– into a politically and socially POWERLESS force within Canadian society.
Here at CAP, we feel that Trudeau is little more than a domestic conduit for the aspirations of the globalists who got him placed into office in the first place– Communist China, Sikh Nationalists, Nation of Islam–as well as globalist billionaire George Soros and his “Open Border Foundation.”
“Once Albertans, in particular, see that we’re going to be governed by Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party or somebody worse FOREVER, Albertans are going to do the sensible thing and they’re going to vote for their independence.”
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 source article was published in the year of 2015. How did Justin Trudeau’s posse of Liberal- Third World MP’s do in the recent 2019 election?
Quick Answer: Around THREE TIMES better than in 2019–yet CBC, Globe & Mail and the rest say not a SINGLE WORD about this growing phenomenon.
A new decade is upon Canadian society–and never in the history of our nation have things looked so grim for the future of Anglophone Canada.
“Work BC has estimated that the Thompson Okanagan Region will require 71,700 workers due to retirement and an additional 19,500 workers due to new economic growth from 2018 – 2028.
Now, Trudeau and his motley gang of cultural assassins are after every rural Canadian riding in existence. How to accomplish this? In theory, it is very simple: Replicate the demographic assault on urban Canada within rural Canada.
In November, 2019 the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP) was introduced by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) opening a path for permanent residence for applicants willing to settle permanently in smaller, northern communities across Canada.