The Hidden Power Of Foreign Language Media In Canada

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Recently released with no exposure to the general public, Diaspora Dynamics: Ethnic Media and Foreign Conflict in Multicultural Canada” offers enlightening insight into the isolated world of ethnic media representation in Canada.

“As Canada continues to embrace its multicultural reality, and debate the kind of policy that needs, a deeper understanding of how homeland conflicts impact immigrant communities becomes increasingly important. This understanding is crucial not just for policymakers and community leaders but also for the general public.

Extracted from a study published by media analysts MIREMS, the report sheds light on a media structure which currently exists in an ethnocentric vacuum.

‘Diverse Voices, Shared Nation: The Role of Ethnic Media in Shaping Canadian Mindsets’

“One cannot understand nature of China-Canada relations without realizing that the Chinese community in Canada, one of the largest diasporas worldwide, is a focal point for the Chinese Canadian media.”

If so, then it should be permissible to state that the majority of citizens lack an understanding of Canada-China relations. Little doubt there is that the Liberal Party, the greatest conduit for Chinese government infiltration of Canada, prefer it this way.

“As we prepare the final version of this paper in the shadow of the Parliamentary Inquiry into Foreign Interference, CBC Morning Brief headlines the fact that CSIS Director David
Vigneault returns to foreign interference inquiry as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau casts doubt on
reliability of the agency’s reports.”

He would do that. After all, it was former Liberal MP Pierre Trudeau who first opened the door for communist China to get its hooks into Canada. A Liberal Party “tradition,” the Trudeau family should have been called out years ago for eroding national sovereignty in the name of “globalist” political ideology.

“The Chinese media landscape in Canada is vast, with close to 100 Chinese Canadian print and web outlets, as well as Mandarin and Cantonese radio and TV, earning it the nickname ‘the ethnic mainstream.'”

“The MIREMS team of Chinese analysts has been selectively tracking these outlets, collecting over 300,000 stories in the past dozen years on matters related to immigration, diaspora, international relations, and diversity.”

CAP never knew their media presence was this strong. We will guess that 41 million Canadians lack an understanding as well. There’s an irony in this: English language media refuse to expose the degree of influence  foreign language media exert in our country.

Why would this be? For the purpose of maintaining market share? As it happens, unilingualism among our Anglophone communities is an unfortunate reality. Meaning that as we sleep, a sub-set of media influence continues to go undetected.

Based on Liberal immigration policy, the trend can only continue to grow. Those who believe it’s a tiny slice of the media pie may want to think again:

“A 2021 census data also revealed that 4.6 million Canadians–  12.7% of the population– primarily spoke a non-official language (i.e., a language other than English or French, Canada’s two official languages) at home, a proportion that has been increasing for the past 30 years.”

It’s a funny thing about Canadian society. While the press speaking of immigration quotas and refugee numbers, rarely do they venture into the “side effects” of these government policies.

“This landscape serves as a battleground for narratives, reflecting the ideological divisions within the diaspora, where pro-democracy and pro-Chinese Communist Party (CCP) sentiments vie for dominance.”

In truth, it’s so much more than that. This also serves as battlegrounds for importing the problems of foreign nations to Canadian soil, a fact that establishment media prefer to ignore. Battlegrounds for accumulation of ethnic political power is another area conveniently eschewed by our press.

Justin Trudeau labels Canada a country with “no core identity.” Regular readers will know how Cultural Action Party [est.2016] feel about this post-modern Marxist proclamation.

We loathe it. Pourquoi? Because it facilitates a battleground for foreign interests to fight it out for socio-political supremacy.

“Chinese media outlets in Canada play a crucial role in shaping perceptions, fostering community
cohesion, and potentially swaying public opinion on key issues related to China and Canada’s relationship through incidents of censorship, self-censorship, and strategic content dissemination.”

An additional irony floats to the surface. Not only is the government of China playing an active role in Canadian politics. Team Trudeau have actually adopted media methodologies employed by the government of China. By way of funding over one thousand media outlets, the Liberals silently inject an element of communism into the veins of society.

“The earliest incident of tension between China and Canada dates to 1949 when Canada refused to recognize the newly established People’s Republic of China, maintaining diplomatic relations with the Republic of China government in Taiwan instead. This decision contributed to strained relations between the two countries, although diplomatic ties were eventually established in 1970 by Pierre Trudeau.”

“On the historical side, we must remember the Chinese Head Tax and the exploitation of Chinese Workers under successive Immigration Acts, leading finally to a Redress Program in the early 2000s, although some in the community feel the legacy of anti-Chinese racism is still being felt today, said CBC Radio’s Vivian Luk on Canada Day 2023.” 

And what would contemporary Canada be without an infusion of ethnic “pity party” politics? The only thing CAP will say about the century old Chinese Head Tax story is that it’s less bogus than the multicultural sham known as the Komagata Maru incident.

Always with the suffering. Anyone else notice the common thread? When CBC report on Chinese Election Interference, they ramble on about the detrimental effect on 1.7 million Canadian of Chinese heritage. When Toronto Star rant about political interference from India and the Punjab, it’s South Asians that suffer. When Global News speak of interference from Iran, our Farsi-speaking communities are the sufferers.

Rarely, if ever, does our monolithic media collective speak of the high-level damage to Canadian society. Not a word on the general undermining of democracy. Nothing on erosion of election integrity, or any other by-product of an immigration policy which is, as speak, transitioning Canada to a proxy political entity for countries like China, India, Pakistan and Iran.

Is it all the fault of the Liberals? Can it be pinned down to two members of the Trudeau family? Not quite, to be sure. Yet, if any individuals can be assessed as most responsible for decades-long dissolution of Canadian sovereignty, Justin Trudeau and Pierre Trudeau would be the ones.

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  1. “As Canada continues to [question/reject] its [artificial/imposed] multicultural [disaster/boondoggle], and [government refuses to] debate the…[obvious]…, a deeper understanding of how [imported tribal] conflicts impact [unassimilated Third World] communities becomes increasingly important. (Do ya think?) This understanding is crucial not just for [the great Canadian re-imagining] and community [cheer] leaders but also for the [hapless majority.]“ You put sand & scorpions in our bed; now WE have to lie in it. Blithering idiots. “A deeper understanding”? Sooooo profound; so erudite; it raises the hair on my arms. What is there to understand Sherlock? Typical government bumpf.

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