#1– Multicultural Policy
It could have been a very different story if not for one factor: an exclusion of Anglophone and Francophone Canadians from what Cultural Action Party of Canada refer to as the “multicultural banquet feast.”
Just under 50 years from the move–and not a single word within Canadian media on the fact that multiculturalism is an exclusive club— no Anglophone or Christian communities permitted. While this fact was not integral for the first 30 years of Pierre Trudeau’s “diversity” agenda, it darn well is in 2020–and well beyond.
Pourquoi? Because immigration policy will in time render Anglophone Canadians a minority community. Will these folks then be privy to the minority rights bestowed upon 3rd World Canada under the Multiculturalism Act of 1988?
CAP vote that this will never occur. The founder of Canadian multiculturalism is former three-time Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
#2– Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
In the year 1982, Pierre Trudeau intrenched the Charter of Rights and Freedoms within the Canadian constitution. The goal– ostensibly– was to establish an “equal playing field” for all ethnic and religious communities within Canadian society. It never happened–but not for the reasons the CBC would have you believe.
It is not that the actual wording of the Charter is biased toward immigrants to Canada. Rather, it is its subsequent application. Once in the hands of the “multicultural” industry– by way of hundreds upon hundreds of Not-For Profit organizations– the Charter became a social weapon. Over the following decades, what can be seen as an attack upon “traditional” Canada unfolded.
One giant player in this is Canada’s LGBT Industry. As it transpired, the Charter became the power tool of the so-called “under-privileged.” Human Rights Tribunals consolidated power as Canadian courts began to be flooded with cases of so-called persecution.
Not to say there was no legitimacy to any of this. The point is that programs such as the Pierre Trudeau government- established “Court Challenges Program” provided tax dollars for cases such as whether or not Sikh-Canadians had to take off their turbans due to a law demanding motorcycle riders wear helmets.
#3– The Immigration Points Program
In the year 1968, the Liberal government transferred immigration approval to a “points-based” system. This was at a time when Liberal Lester B. Pearson was handing party leadership to an up-and-coming Pierre Trudeau.
As with the Charter dynamic, there was nothing particularly malevolent regarding this change in policy. Once again, it was the application which has impacted society in a nation-changing manner. Previous to 1968, some 90% of immigrants to Canada were European in origin.
Thirty years later, some 90% of migrants were of 3rd world origin. Interesting to note how many times this situation has been articulated within establish media. For starters, try never. The result in the long term is an eventual transfer of Anglophone Canadians to a minority community.
#4– The National Energy Program