A great deal of negative fall-out has resulted from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s refusal to brand the mass murder of Muslims in China as a genocide.
Cultural Action Party would dearly love to understand why Justin Trudeau — as well as his Liberal Cabinet— chose to abstain from a House of Commons vote declaring the treatment of China’s Uighar Muslims an act of genocide.
Neither international nor Canadian media coverage has thus far offered an explanation as to why PM Trudeau made this decision. In this capacity, the situation serves as a “tip of the iceberg.”
There are enough related questions to make a common sense Canadian’s head spin. Here one that Cultural Action Party would like a response to:
Why is it that Justin Trudeau has branded his own nation racist, bigoted, xenophobic and genocidal— while never applying any element of this branding to foreign nations?
Obviously, present-day China is an infinitely more racist society than contemporary Canada. From here, we move to a plethora of countries in the Middle East and Africa.
A new report revealing the most racist nations on earth was recently released. Canada is nowhere to be found on the report. The leaders of the pack in this category include the following:
India, Lebanon, Pakistan, Turkey, Libya, Nigeria, Yemen, Iraq, Kuwait.
In Pakistan, a Christian must pay an extra tax to the government. Nigeria has been dealing in mass murder of Christians for the past decade. Iraq persecutes its non-Muslim population on a continual basis.
And yet for our Liberal government, it is Canada which is “systemically” racist. Are serious students of politics to believe that an institutionalized tax on Christians in Pakistan is not an example of “systemic” racism?
During the first four years of Justin Trudeau’s ascendancy to the throne of Canada, a particular theme emanated from government:
Canada is an “Islamophobic” society. So says Trudeau–as well as key players among his Liberal Cabinet and Caucus. This problem is so deeply rooted that Liberal MP migrant from Pakistan, Iqra Khalid, tabled the M103 “Islamophobia” motion in Parliament. It passed with flying colours.
Around this time, Trudeau appointed half-Somalian citizen MP Ahmed Hussen as Minister of Immigration. MP Hussen went on to brand our nation systemically racist. Several others such as newly appointed Cabinet member MP Omar Alghabra followed suit.
As a result of these Trudeau government machinations, Canada became branded as a hateful, bigoted society– both historically, and at present.
Fast forward to early 2021. The communist country of China has been labelled genocidal toward a Muslim minority community residing upon their soil.
According to BBC News, “Human rights groups say the Chinese government has gradually stripped away the religious and other freedoms of the Uighurs, culminating in an oppressive system of mass surveillance, detention, indoctrination, and forced [female] sterilization.”
So where is avowed feminist Justin Trudeau on all of this? Same place we find Minister of Women’s Status Maryam Monsef–nowhere at all.
Neither Trudeau— nor his team of anti-Islamophobia Liberal MP’s– have uttered a single sentence in condemnation of China’s mass murder of Muslims.
Yet within Canada, a case of a school girl’s hijab being torn from her head resulted in Justin Trudeau’s condemning our society as “Islamophobic.”
After which Justin Trudeau berates the Conservative Party opposition for “playing politics.”
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder(est. 2016)