Trudeau Using Colonialism To Transform Anglophone Canadians Into Second Class Citizens

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Queen Victoria presided during some of the most brutal years of colonial history — when land was stolen the most, when things like the Indian Act were put into place.”

“The response was prompted by anger and frustration, as more people confront the grim truths of Canada’s residential school system and the country’s colonial legacy.”

So goes what is today a staple of society resulting from the discovery of deceased Indigenous children at former residential schools. Not that this is a post-modern social issue. Our society has been struggling with the treatment of Aboriginal Canadians for at least a century.

There are also circumstances surrounding these issues that are new to the narrative. Canada’s colonial legacy has now been elevated to the pinnacle of social consciousness. The repercussions are potentially lethal– the very reason mainstream media refuse to present them.

While media will not speculate on potential outcomes, Cultural Action Party are picking up clues along the way:

“As a Chinese Canadian, I’m joining hands with Indigenous communities to speak up about this nation’s history of violent oppression.”

“Seventy-five Imams{Muslim clergy] across Canada offered condolences and expressed solidarity with Indigenous people following the discoveries of unmarked graves.”

“Sikh-Canadian NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh plans to meet with Indigenous leaders to discuss reconciliation in his riding in Burnaby, B.C.”

What can concerned Canadians glean from these developments? How about the idea that historically disparate communities are consolidating into a unified social force? In terms of an adversary, is it not reasonable to state it is the descendants of those held responsible for persecutions of Aboriginal Canadians?

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Talk about a colossal social development. If factual, a coming together of racialized Canadians uniting in opposition to “Old Stock” communities would be the social development of the century.

Which is, of course, why legacy media do not breathe a word about it. And if they do not, they cannot speak of the historical trajectory which brought Canada to this point– Pierre Trudeau and his forced implementation of multiculturalism.

Speaking of the Trudeau family, CAP made a bold prediction the day son Justin Trudeau became prime minister: a fundamental element of society is going to be destroyed under his rule.

Early in the game, it was difficult to pinpoint what this would be. Manifold ideas came to mind– an end to democracy being one of them. In addition was the idea that punitive damages would be directed toward our Anglophone communities.

After witnessing PM Trudeau’s behaviour over the past six years, this outcome appears more real than ever. Based upon colonialism, we see this manifest in a growing alliance between 3rd World and First Nations communities. Convenient it is that bitterly racist African and Middle Eastern countries escape media branding as bigoted because they have the “good fortune” of not being founded upon colonialism.

What strikes CAP as a slap-in-the-face is yet another concept eschewed by media: the manner in which Sikh, Muslim and other 3rd World communities have been negatively affected by historical prejudice against Aboriginals.

That is to say–they have not been affected at all. Why? Because they did not live in Canada at the time. Fascinating it is that no one in government, media or academia has ever pointed this out. Which brings about a salient question: is there a reason why Canada’s multicultural industry is leveraging historical persecution of Aboriginals which in no manner affected their communities?

Of course there is– one which fits ever-so-neatly into the Woke Revolution ethos. Justin Trudeau is leading an agenda of social inversion. Racialized communities are to take the place of “Old Stock” Canadians.  They are to be driven to the social totem pole, while white Canadians assume their position at the back of the bus.

How much more successful the transformation will be after all non-white Canadians together constitute a united political force.

— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder ( Est. 2016)

2 thoughts on “Trudeau Using Colonialism To Transform Anglophone Canadians Into Second Class Citizens”

  1. Speaking of colonialism: “Woke White men (and the ‘racialized’ i.e. Third World interlopers) speak w/ forked tongue.” Taking a New Testament verse out of context, and applying it to Canada’s current mess–“For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.”

    They: The Woke. Sound doctrine: Canada’s factual history. Teachers: The MSM/Liberals/Cowardly Conservatives/Falsified history texts. Itching ears: Ears that burn for lies. Sound doctrine: The truth/Reality. Fables: Trudeau’s version of Canada’s past/present. (As Brad writes; there is no “future” Canada. Just the “now.”)

  2. One other thought–If the agitators/malcontents don’t like our colonial past–Leave. Problem solved. Why endure such a horrid country? Here are some ways to get out. “The problem is all inside your head she said to me [the inflamed Third World immigrant.]
    The answer is easy if you take it logically
    I’d like to help you in your struggle to be free
    There must be fifty ways to leave…[Racist Canada.]

    She said it’s really not my habit to intrude
    Furthermore, I hope my meaning won’t be lost or misconstrued
    But I’ll repeat myself at the risk of being crude (“racist”)
    There must be fifty ways to leave your [Sugar Daddy Trudeau]
    Fifty ways to leave [Canada.]

    You just slip out the back, Jack
    Make a new plan, Stan
    You don’t need to be coy, Roy
    Just get yourself free
    Hop on the bus, Gus
    You don’t need to discuss much
    Just drop off the key, Lee
    And get yourself free.”

    Paul Simon; “Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover”.


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