The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) has banned a plethora of European children’s literature and destroyed 5,000 books for being “offensive.”
As reported by the National Post, some 30 books were burned for “educational purposes” and then the ashes were used as fertilizer to plant a tree.
Ms. Kies proposal denounced the whites who appropriated the history of the First Nations. Under Aboriginal Law, she has no Indian status.
Permit Cultural Action Party to expand upon the development. This commentary must be prefaced by one fact: we hold no prejudice against Aboriginal Canada. Rather, what interests us is the condition of the Canadian public education system.
As long-term readers are aware, CAP consider three institutions to be the primary drivers of cultural erosion: government, media and academia. It is arguable the phenomenon began not with government, but rather with our educational institutions.
No one should be surprised that we consider ex-Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau to be the catalyst. It was subsequent to his policy of multiculturalism that national self-loathing began to permeate society.
More specifically, it was Trudeau Sr.’s embracement of Canada-China cultural relations that served as an impetus. From this seed grew a penchant for communist-oriented ideology to work its way into our educational institutions.
Thus, 50 years later, our nation finds itself in a situation where–simply stated–our educational institutions hate our country. Want some evidence? Just take a gander at the Social Sciences programs within University of Toronto, McGill and University of British Columbia.
There you find a host of courses geared toward colonialism, anti-Aboriginal sentiment, systemic racism in Canada, Anglophone dominance, racism against Asians, Islamophobia, and the like.
In no manner is this limited to Canadian institutions of “higher learning.” The educational ethos has been transmuted to the high school level, and well as grade school.
It doesn’t take Professor Stephen Hawking to deduce the impact upon society. What results is what we have today: a collection of self-loathing thinkers ready and willing to join in on the “Woke Revolution.”
Let us compare that which comes to mind in this regard for establishment media, as compared to CAP:
For establishment media–nothing at all. For CAP, an emulation of propaganda techniques leveraged from communist ideology. What effect would such a thing have upon general society?
Would this not “grease the wheels” for any form of societal transformation the powers that be wish to implement? How does low self-esteem, lack of pride, and self-hatred affect the psyche of a nation?
Down, down, down– can only go down from here. Thus it is that Canada’s education system was seduced into a vehicle to pump out Canadian “soldiers of self-loathing.”
There are few institutions more virulently dedicated to an erasure of Canadian history, heritage and identity than TDSB. They are warriors of the craft. For CAP, their approach far exceeds political correctness. It has today transcended those boundaries to arrive at a condition best described as neo-communist.
Consistency of ideology between government, media and education being “the very best thing.”