In the opinion of Cultural Action Party, Justin Trudeau was not so much elected as he was “placed” into office.
Democratic theory advances the concept that the will of the public is a vital component in the decision-making of a ruling government. To apply this to the iron-clad leadership style of Justin Trudeau reveals a sad state-of-affairs.
To say that Justin Trudeau came by this “honestly” is a spurious, but fair comment. His father, three-time Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, had a certain “”complex regarding founding of Canada. The problem was “colonialism”— the usurping of First Nations land by European colonialists.
No one is denying oppression toward First Nations Canada in this situation -it is not something CAP will deny. What we will deny is the following:
The idea that present-day Canadians of European Origin deserve to have their country taken away from in return for the “sins of our fathers.”
During Justin Trudeau’s first term as PM, he presented a series of apologies to so-called minority and special interest communities. Frankly, his choice of wording was awful-– and intentionally so. Phrases such as “we failed them” were uttered when referencing historical oppression toward 3rd World minorities, as well as our homosexual communities.
Talk about “sweeping statements.” Pray-tell, Mr. Trudeau what does this actually mean? Who are “we”– the government in the year 1910 at the time of a Chinese Head Tax on migrants?
Were you speaking of all Canadians at the time of the rejection of the St. Louis boatload of refugees from Europe? Or is this in reference to living, contemporary citizens who has nothing to do with these historical events.
Within this dynamic is found a critical element of the Liberal-Trudeau agenda. No wonder CBC never addressed it. It was this nebulous commentary that all but branded “Old Stock” Canadian society as intrinsically racist, bigoted and xenophobic. Globe & Mail breathe not a word about the fact.
Another point in PM Trudeau’s character assassination of society may be found in a character trait of his own. Here we speak of a streak of mental mania inherited from mother Margaret Trudeau--a self-admitted sufferer of bi-polar illness.
CAP believe Justin Trudeau’s cognition contains a similar form of mania. In other words, what Justin dives into, he does with complete abandon. A quintessential example is found in his “tweet to the world” informing illegal refugees to rush the Canadian border by the tens of thousands.
As far as CAP can tell, this tweet was a spontaneous decision lacking contemplation as to its outcome. At this time, Trudeau was at his apotheosis within his “saviour for the disgruntled” political phase. The result? Massive consternation throughout Canadian society.
Degree of criticism from CBC? Nothing. Even a single example such as this speaks volumes about the character of Mr. Trudeau. If he was not “insulated” by Canadian media, he would have been finished long ago.
Establishment media went along for the ride. Therefore, it is arguable that Canadian media have transitioned into a puppet-like role in terms of the decision-making of our prime minister.
Is Canada saddled long term with a PM who maintains a deep malevolence toward specific elements of society? Is the topic of colonialism— in addition to English Canada as a whole-– fuelling a personal vendetta against an identifiable segment of society? Could this be a motive for our PM’s preference for Canadians of the 3rd World variety?
Talk about a truly “post-modern” social phenomenon. Not only may Canada be saddled with a prime minister who may never be voted out of office, but also one who does not like the nation he was appointed to lead?
— BRAD SALZBERG, CAP Founder(est. 2016)