“The reason that black people have a higher rate of positivity[for Covid rates], or higher hospitalization rates, is actually because of systemic racism” said Akwatu Khenti, Professor at University of Toronto.
Ontario’s Ministry of Health say the ministry “recognizes back and racialized communities have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19 and is working with local health authorities to establish guidelines for delivering the shots.”
Based upon the circumstances, it may well be that established guidelines push non-racialized Canadian communities to the back of the Covid bus.
Naturally, by way of media, citizens of our country will not be privy to this element of the equation. It is arguable that in this instance “Old Stock” Canadian citizens would be victims of prejudice based upon their ethnic identity.
To avoid any element of actual social push-back in this regard, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has all-but voided the use of Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms regarding pandemic-related social issues.
Talk about thinking ahead. Previous to the worldwide Covid dissemination, Canadians of Anglophone and European heritage might of had a fighting chance regarding racialized Covid community privilege.
In 2021, CAP believe not a chance in the world exists that the three-headed hydra of reverse-racism– government, media, academia — will not get exactly what they desire.
The ultimate irony in this unprecedented social dynamic: if Old Stock Canadians breathe one word in opposition, our communities will be branded as racists and bigots.
Yet, at the same time, Canada’s controlling institutions brand our society one in which “white privilege” reigns supreme. It’s all so insane as Anglophones continue their journey toward community disempowerment via the Trudeau government.
Yet another CAP observation on Canada’s Great Reset era. Within Justin Trudeau’s “post-modern” Canada, all roads lead to racism.
Or rather, “systemic racism”— the bane of existence for all citizens who are not caucasian. This we are told is infused within society. The phenomenon is intrinsic within every community from Halifax N.S. to Victoria B.C.
Interesting that despite its ubiquity, never are Canadians informed who the perpetrators of this oppression are. Its got to be someone, right? As it happens, it is those who Canada’s multicultural industry want relegated to the bottom of our social totem pole–white Canadians.
For government, media and academia, this phenomenon is referred to as “social equality.” For Cultural Action Party, this is a breach of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms in the form of racism against Canada’s Anglophone peoples.
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder(est. 2016)