“The Hindu Sabha Mandir in Brampton, Canada, is in the process of constructing a 55-foot-tall statue of the Hindu deity Hanuman, scheduled to be revealed in April next year to coincide with Hanuman Jayanti.”
How wonderful– that is, for Canadians privileged enough to be a part of multicultural banquet feast forced upon society by ex-Liberal PM Pierre Trudeau in the early 1970’s.
For others, the placement of giant Hindu god is highly symbolic. If those funding the statue understood the delicate state of cultural identity in a broader context, they may have thought twice about angering the rest of us.
The ethno-centrics could have considered, for example, that ten years of tearing down statues of Sir John A. MacDonald stands in contrast to their tribute to Hindu deity Hanuman.
Turns out the broader community in and around Brampton, Ontario don’t want the statue erected. Any Canadian worth their salt knows where this leads– straight to our country’s racist doghouse.
“There is security at our temple, and we will be keeping watch at night as well,” stated Phool Kumar Sharma, a priest at the temple.
If you have to hire security day and night to protect your earthly incarnation of a God, why erect the thing in the first place? You must have understood in advance that doing so would create social friction, but you did it regardless.
“A faction of Canadian netizens has engaged in a discriminatory attack on the Hindu community, posting derogatory comments about Hindu Canadians and Hindu gods. “
“A 55-foot Hindu statue is going up in Brampton, Ontario…another reminder that we need an immediate halt on all immigration in Canada,” a user wrote.
Such is this individual’s right to say so. According to Canadian law, the statement in no manner constitutes “hate” or “racism.” Anti-immigration sentiment is not racist. Immigration is a policy, not a race. Not that this amount to a hill-of-beans for those working toward Canada’s cultural dissolution.
National symbolism stands at the centre of any country’s identity. It’s true of untouchable cultures in China, as well as theocratic nations in the Middle East. Not a word of condemnation flows forth from western media, who for reasons difficult to understand, take pleasure in dissolution of western cultural identity.
Keep tearing down traditional cultural symbolism, and eventually national identity will be irreparably destroyed. Currently, Canada is in the midst of such a cultural transition.
Then again, if our Liberal government don’t give a damn, why should the Hindu community in Brampton, Ontario?
If the Multiculturalism Act of 1988 instructs “racialized” communities to promote the culture of the nations from which they derive(it does), why should Sikhs, Hindus or Muslims refrain from doing so? For the past fifty-years, the Feds have been mailing millions of tax dollars to so-called “multicultural” organizations for this very purpose.
Now that these communities have been empowered to a level that equates with “Old Stock” Canadians, what happens next? The answer is surprisingly simple: keep on going.
After all, no ceiling exists in terms of foreign cultural imposition on Canadian society. As populations of ethnic communities grow by leaps and bounds, so too does the degeneration of original founding cultures– inclusive of our Aboriginal communities.
All this was originally established by Pierre Trudeau. All of it has gone through the woke roof for the past eight years under Justin Trudeau. As a by-product of government, all forms of criticism constitute racism from the perspective of Canadian media.
“Journalist Rupa Subramanya pointed out that the Hanuman statue is on a place of worship’s private property, paid for by donations and other private monies, and violates no city zoning regulations or bylaws.”
“The Hindu demigod Hanuman has nothing to do with the cancellation of Sir John A. by the progressive left,” she wrote on X in response to a post questioning the statue’s erection.
Cultural Action Party vehemently disagree. The source of the funding is beside the point. The larger issue is piece-by-piece incremental erasure of Canadian culture, and it’s replacement with 3rd World culture.
In typical media fashion, journalist Carson Jerema pipes in with a promotion of Hindu culture in Canada:
‘Carson Jerema: 55-foot Statue Of Hindu God In Brampton Should Be Emulated, Not Scorned’
Is that right? Let us attempt to understand the sentiment expressed:
To emulate, or copy, means that it’s acceptable to erect 55-foot statues of Hindu Gods in every major Canadian city. Why not the same for the Islamic prophet Mohammad? Add to it a few Sikh gods from their polytheistic faith. While we’re at it, lets add sixty-foot giant effigies of the Buddha in cities from coast-to-coast.
What’s to stop it from occurring? The truth is nothing at all. You can believe CAP when we say these “oppressed” communities can afford it.
Attack this hypothetical venture and you have violated Pierre Trudeau’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Next, cue up a team of leftist lawyers who drag the cases out in court, reaping a bundle of green in the process.
To add dexterity to the task, enter countless virulent cries of racism as Canadian society morphs into exactly what Pierre Trudeau, as well as Justin Trudeau, envision for the future of our nation:
A disempowered weakling of an Anglo-European community, bled dry by forces in government, media and academia.
“Protecting property rights is the solution to cancel culture,” states Carson Jerema in an article published this week in the National Post.
Pray-tell, Jerema, what’s the solution? There is none, because some fifty-years back, Pierre Trudeau set up Canada for eventual cultural dilution. Not Quebec, of course– just English Canada.
Cancel culture has every chance of success. What’s to stand in its way? General society is powerless– citizens have no recourse to prevent Canadian cultural dissolution. To complain about it in any capacity constitutes “racism.” What a trap this is.
“The Brampton statue is said to be formally unveiled on Hanuman Jayanti — a Hindu festival celebrating the birth of the Hindu deity, and one of the protagonists of the Ramayana, Hanuman —which falls on Apr. 23 next year.”
Joy to the world. Thanks to institutional cancellation of bi-cultural English & French Canadian identity via the Liberal Party of Canada, our country is theirs for the taking.
That’s the thing about “diversity,” multiculturalism and the rest of the globalist jive. People do benefit, but others loose big-time. Woke globalism hasn’t done a a shred of good for Canada’s original settler communities. Systemic multiculturalism has only damaged Anglo-European communities.
Have these communities been selected for a socio-political fall from grace? Is this part of a pre-conceived plan of targeted community decimation?
Culturally, demographically– anyway you slice it, the demise of Anglophone Canada is coming our way. And how will it be justified, you ask?
The same way it is rationalized by Justin Trudeau and his partner in cultural degeneration, New Democratic Party leader, Jagmeet Singh.
“Anglo-Europeans stole the country in the first place, so we have the right to steal it back.”
With colonialism as justification, Canada is being stolen from those who played no part in historical racism: those descended from the Anglo-European founders of our country.
Devoid of responsibility for historical racism, these communities are being systemically set-up to pay the ultimate price.