Three stops in Canadian towns this week. At each one, PM Justin Trudeau is confronted by angry protestors. During an appearance in Kamloops, B.C., Trudeau was heckled and called “a criminal” by Indigenous protesters. In Surrey, B.C., Trudeau followed police recommendations to cancel an appearance at a fundraiser over protest-related safety concerns.
NDP Party Leader Jagmeet Singh fell prey to similar circumstances earlier this month, when he was verbally harassed at a campaign stop in Peterborough, Ontario.
Mr. Singh spoke to As It Happens guest host David Gray about what he sees as a worrying trend in Canada:
Gray: “Who or what is fuelling that behaviour?”
Singh: “They’re just kind of expressing broad, untethered anger.”
His response is sad on a number of levels. The anger is not broad– it is specific. This takes the form of an agreement the NDP leader entered into for the purpose of locking PM Trudeau in for an additional three years in office.
Either Mr. Singh doesn’t realize the anger he has created, or he does, and is using broad generalizations to deflect the motive. Not that the partnership is an exclusive factor. Singh and Trudeau are partners in another piece of politics: branding Canadian society racist, bigoted and xenophobic.
With our ear to the grassroots ground, CAP state with full confidence that Canadians are sick and tired of this guilt trip. Our citizens get it– like all nations, our country has indulged in historical racism. How could we not know this, when Justin Trudeau and Jagmeet Singh never stop talking about it?
“What I do know that’s happening separate from that in Canada is a real concern about the cost of living and affordability. And as that increases, people will get more and more frustrated and angry as they see billionaires making huge profits, oil and gas companies making record profits.”
Listen up, Mr. Singh. The protestors are not harassing you because of housing affordability, gas prices, and other practical issues. They simply do not like you. That’s you— Jagmeet Singh— as a politician, as a federal party leader.
If Singh cannot see this, he is as blind as Justin Trudeau. Let CAP state it plain-as-day: For six years, Singh and Trudeau have branded Canada a racist society. Throughout the time period, both politicians have expressed a similar sentiment:
There is something wrong with Canada. Our country is guilty of systemic hatred of Aboriginals, Muslims, Sikhs, Jews, Blacks, Chinese and Homosexuals. Rather than attempt to cultivate pride, our federal party leaders continuously churn up dirt on historical and contemporary society.
Let us pose a question that should be considered by all Canadians: has their approach resulted in healing, or hostility? The Woke Liberal regime claim their goal is to create social harmony. The facts reveal the exact opposite. These Canada-loathing politicians have accomplished nothing in the way of improving inter-community harmony.
They have made the situation worse. And Canadian media have assisted them. Bringing us to pose a salient question: what is the true purpose of running down Canadian society as perpetrated by Trudeau, Singh, and their multicultural minions?
We know legacy media won’t touch this with a 88-foot tall totem pole. Can it be that this massive guilt trip has a political purpose? Think about it– if you were in charge of re-inventing a nation from the ground up, wouldn’t your chances be greater if society was bogged down in social chaos?
Perhaps we have stumbled on a theory with substance. Government and their global backers have intentionally created chaos in society. Their animus toward our nation is calculated. If they do it long enough and effectively enough, one day the public will agree that Canada needs a complete political overhaul. A revolution it shall be– without a single gun fired or bomb detonated.
It is a Marxist recipe for social revolution. This is what Sun Tzu spoke of in his 2500 year-old treatise, the Art of War:
“In the practical art of war, the best thing of all is to take the enemy’s country whole and intact; to shatter and destroy it is not so good.”
Genius of military strategy Napoleon Bonaparte had the following to say on war and politics:
“The battlefield is a scene of constant chaos. The winner will be the one who controls that chaos, both his own and the enemies.”
“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets.”
“In politics… never retreat, never retract… never admit a mistake.”
Social upheaval in Canada? Not their fault, say Trudeau and Singh. Canada is a racist society, and its home-grown citizens are responsible. Forget the fact that our country has the highest per-capita rate of 3rd World immigration on earth– it is inconsequential.
The time come for Canadians to act in a truly progressive manner. We must progress beyond these nation-hating political leaders to restore the dignity stolen away from us in the name of Woke Liberalism.