An interesting political trend has surfaced in the past several weeks. As Cultural Action Party referenced in a recent article entitled “U.S. Lawmakers Pass Bill Investigating Trudeau Government-China Relations,” authorities in the United States are beginning to question Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s political methodologies:
“The White House will have 90 days to publish a strategy explaining where it agrees and disagrees with Canada on China issues.”
The American bill focuses on core issues in terms of the Trudeau government’s relationship with China. Trade, cyber-security, Huawei, 5G networks, mineral resources, defence, the Arctic, global institutions, organized crime, as well as the spread of authoritarian government.
In other words, the USA may well be tuning in to what Canadian media have tuned out: Justin Trudeau’s loyalties are the most odd-ball of any national leader in history.
Turning to the topic of religion, Canada’s True North News are reporting that “arrests of Canadian pastors and state-ordered church shutdowns have motivated an American senator to call for Canada to be included on the US Commission on International Religious Freedom watchlist.”
This is, in truth, a monumental development. Fortunately for Justin Trudeau and his perpetual lead in the polls, he can rest easy because our media will bury this story six feet under domestic soil.
Simply stated, these accusations are of the type directed toward communist regimes. It appears a U.S. Senator agrees: Republican Senator Josh Hawley urged the commission to investigate what he calls “systematic violations of rights by Canadian authorities.”
CAP appreciate the Senator’s choice of words–“systemic”— as in, of the variety political leaders Justin Trudeau and Jagmeet Singh claim to be infused within Canadian society.
“I am troubled that our Canadian neighbours are effectively being forced to gather in secret, undisclosed locations to exercise their basic freedom to worship,” wrote Hawley.
Ringing any bells? “Secret, disclosed locations”–just as Christians are forced to do in communist China. CBC say nothing. Globe & Mail are too dim to make the connection.
“Frankly, I would expect this sort of religious crackdown in Communist China, not in a prominent Western nation like Canada.”
“Canadian authorities’ arrest of faith leaders and seizure of church property, among other enforcement actions, appear to constitute systematic, ongoing, and egregious violations of religious freedom.”
There you have it. For everyone that reads True North News, and several other alternate news organizations in Canada. Chances of finding this information in establishment publications? Blink, and you missed it–because it will not occur.
The messaging here is direct, and profound: the government of Canada is treating Christian Canadians in a manner similar to that which exists in communist China.
Some may recall CAP’s decree in this regard: Justin Trudeau and the Liberals are not so much working with the Chinese government as they are emulating the government of China. Creeping communism is the name of the game–an incremental, systemic agenda for the transference of governance from democracy to dictatorship.
Now, American authorities are beginning to wake up and smell the red roses. The day will also arrive for the people of Canada– the moment of discovery being one minute past the point which anything can be done to prevent Justin Trudeau’s “Quiet Revolution.”
With files from True North News
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder (Est. 2016)