As founder of the Communist Revolution in China, Chairman Mao Tse Tung’s first act after seizing power in 1949 was to take away all guns from the citizens of the country.
In 2023, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hasn’t quite followed suit. Democratic governance includes a check-and-balance system, whereby legislation must go through a series of hurdles in order to pass, and become law.
Thus, the eight-year delay for Trudeau’s Liberals to emulate what the government of China can accomplish in a week. Not that Canada won’t get there in the long run.
“Everybody ought to have a gun,” Fidel Castro maintained— until he took over Cuba in 1959.
“This is how democracy works: It gives rifles to farmers, to students, to women, to Negroes, to the poor, and to every citizen who is ready to defend a just cause.”
Say no-go to this one, Justin Trudeau. Admirer of Chinese communism, venerator of Fidel Castro, the Canadian PM is gunning to replicate the behaviour of his political heroes.
“To conquer a nation, first disarm its citizens,” said Adolph Hitler.
In 1924, the Central Executive Committee of the USSR issued the following edict:
On The Surrender Of Weapons “ordered people to surrender any firearms, swords, bayonets and bombs, regardless of the degree of serviceability. The penalty for not doing so was ten years’ imprisonment.”
Canada, April 2023:
The Trudeau government will “tighten gun laws to freeze the buying, selling and importation of handguns and to introduce ‘red flag’ laws that would allow judges to temporarily remove firearms from people deemed a harm to themselves or others.”
We pick up on an unspoken theme. In each case of national transition to an authoritarian state, confiscation of weapons owned by the general public was standard practice.
What to deduce from these historical realities? If Trudeau has his way, it will be nothing at all. Reason being that Canadian media are being paid, and thereby instructed, to bury the totalitarian-like behaviour of our federal government.
Upon which CAP shift gears to the topic of internet censorship:
“A controversial government bill to overhaul Canadian broadcasting laws to regulate streaming services has passed the final hurdle in the Senate and received Royal Assent.”
“Despite strong opposition from over 100,000 Canadians, Bill C-11 was passed without user protections or changes to discoverability mechanisms. The bill remains largely unchanged from the original version proposed in February 2022.”
In truth, the opposition could stand at 10 million Canadians, and it wouldn’t make a speck of difference.
“After years of debate, the Senate gave its final approval Thursday to Bill C-11, also known as the Online Streaming Act. It received royal assent shortly after.”
To be blunt, Justin Trudeau could place the backside of a postage stamp on Governor General Mary Simon’s kitchen table, and she would sign it. To say this individual is “in over her head” is the understatement of the century. It’s the very reason that PM Trudeau gave her the position.
Beyond the jab at the GG, we pick up on an additional emulation of authoritarian governance.
China censors the publishing and viewing of online material by the public. Internet censorship prevents Chinese citizens from comprehending the actions of their government, while restricting freedom of the press. According to Wikipedia, China’s internet censorship is more comprehensive than any other country in the world.
Or was— until Justin Trudeau came along to emulate China’s decimation of freedom of speech in Canada.
“The government[in China] blocks website content and monitors internet access. As required by the government, major internet platforms in China have established elaborate self-censorship mechanisms.”
The overall restriction of freedom of speech is known as the “Great Firewall of China.”
As with public gun confiscation, Trudeau and team didn’t have the luxury accorded to the government of China regarding internet censorship. Again, Canada’s political system of built-in checks and balances means that a series of approvals must occur in Parliament before a bill transitions to law.
How to circumvent such a structure? While the process can’t be washed away in totality(give them time), one solution is for the ruling minority Liberal government to partner with another federal party.
Such is the blessing accorded to the Liberals by New Democratic Party leader, Jagmeet Singh. By signing a “confidence and supply” agreement, Mr. Singh has locked in the Liberals until late 2025.
The move makes it all but certain NDP members of Parliament will support legislation tabled by the Liberals. What transpires is a political dynamic which moves Canada as close to a pseudo-dictatorship as possible within a democratic political structure.
We stand witness to a state of society Cultural Action Party anticipated from the moment Trudeau became prime minister. We speak of an incremental, step-by-step stripping away of freedom and democracy in society. Funded by the Liberals, mainstream media hide away Canada’s steady transition to an authoritarian state.
We pause to note a commonality: China. Cuba. Soviet Union. Nazi Occupied Europe.
In each case, incremental legislation was passed until personal freedoms were eliminated. For those who believe this cannot– or will not– happen in Canada, CAP has a bridge in Vancouver to sell you called the Lion’s Gate.
Currently propped up by NDP leader Jagmeet Singh, Trudeau has two years remaining on his globalist contract to transform our country into a political condition he and his family have venerated for decades.
It’s called communism, as so admired by Justin Trudeau, brother Alexandre Trudeau, and Pierre Trudeau before them.