They just won’t stop. First, we had the branding of our country as a genocidal nation from New Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh on Canada Day.
After which came commentary from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau:
In a public statement, the PM stated that Canada is a country “where we acknowledge historical wrongs and learn from the past in order to build a better future for everyone.”
It’s a question Cultural Action Party has asked countless times: for what purpose are PM Trudeau and back-up woke quarterback Jagmeet Singh relentless in their condemnation of Canadian society?
As far as building “a better future for everyone,” CAP wouldn’t believe Trudeau if he was the last Canadian standing on earth. In truth, our PM has specific targets he wants to see fail within the spectrum of Canada’s pluralist communities.
“Old Stock Canadians” are that target. For some reason, both Trudeau and Singh are hell-bent on transitioning the social order of Canada to a “post-modern” model. Their agenda includes branding Anglophones as society’s nemesis community.
PM Trudeau uses every available opportunity he can find to grind Canadian-born, “generational” citizens into the dirt. As such, statutory holidays are an ideal vehicle for marginalizing Canadians of European origin.
Journalist Mark Bonokoski, inducted into the Canadian News Hall of Fame in 2017, writes:
“We have a prime minister in Trudeau who is trying to make our country unrecognizable by taking all measures of wind out of its sails, beginning with the naïve condemnation of historic figures and then tearing down their statues.”
We begin to see the light: the tearing down of Canadian statues; tearing down of Canadian pride. Alterations to passport designs tearing down historical figures like Terry Fox, and removal of a tribute to Vimy Ridge.
Legacy media in Canada won’t breathe a word about it. In the meantime, politics from the previous century has plenty to say on this subject.
All this “tearing down” of society has an historical precedent. China’s Communist Revolution was chock full of it. Add to this Joseph Stalin’s Russian Revolution, as well as Fidel Castro’s socialist revolution in Cuba.
In each example of social revolution, specific commonalities exist. As paid puppets of the Trudeau’s government, media wouldn’t touch the similarities with an 88-foot pole.
We point to two examples. First, a tearing down of historical identity. The Trudeau government are in the process of doing so as we speak. They’ve been at it each and every day since PM Trudeau was placed on his political perch in late 2015.
Secondly, an establishment of an identifiable “nemesis” community held responsible for a nation’s current and historical shortcomings.
Media won’t tell you and Trudeau won’t name them, but in reality the choice has been obvious for the past seven-plus years. Selected by controlling institutions– government, media, academia– Anglophones are presently being railroaded to transition to a villain community.
Thus, the running down European-Canadians, manifest in government rhetoric as disseminated by CBC, CTV, Global News, Toronto Star, Globe & Mail and others.
Nigel Hannaford from Western Standard News:
“That is, this Canada Day, as the Liberal government tries to erase national memories and symbols with new anodyne passports devoid of inspiration, renamed roads and institutions and more seriously yet, a suite of new laws that undercuts the very values which the symbols represent and always made Canada a good country.”
After which we move to a staple of Marxist ideology as advanced by Chairman Mao Tse Tung during China’s Communist Revolution:
“The aim of the Cultural Revolution in China was to attack the Four Olds— old ideas, old culture, old customs, and old habits–in order to bring the areas of education, art and literature in line with Communist ideology.”
Imagine if all 40 million Canadians began to clue into the Marxist-Communist nature of Trudeau’s “woke revolution.” It’s not an impossible task. Establishment media could make the connection, but they never will.
They’re all on the same side. Trudeau, Jagmeet Singh, CBC, corporate media, courts, universities and academia, in additional to our corporate business world.
Can it be a coincidence? Or is what we have here a pre-conceived socialist attack on Canadian society. The unspoken goal being transformation away from freedom and democracy, and a corresponding move toward authoritarian governance.
We become aware of an ominous irony: the tearing down of Canada is being led by our own Prime Minister. If this isn’t a formula for national destruction, what is?