According to a Canadian University Indigeneous Foundations report, the term residential schools refers to an extensive school system set up by the Canadian government and administered by churches that had the “nominal objective of educating Indigenous children.”
“Damaging and equally explicit objectives of indoctrinating them into Euro-Canadian and Christian ways of living” was a primary goal.
When researching the topic of persecution of the Aboriginals throughout Canadian history, it is telling to note how most studies reference a dual culpability from government and the church.
Within the context of a recent uncovering of the bodies of 215 aboriginal children found beneath a Canadian residential school, a curious omission is found. Establishment media are going all-out on the responsibility of the Catholic Church, while refraining a reference to government’s fundamental role in historic oppression of First Nations peoples.
In terms of which institution held greater jurisdiction regarding these historical events, the correct answer is government. Why then would this documented element of the equation be omitted from contemporary media narrative on the ghastly residential school debacle?
More on that in a moment. Turning toward personal culpability, we discover major curiosities.
“With the passage of the British North America Act in 1867, and the implementation of the Indian Act (1876), the government was required to provide Indigenous youth with an education and to assimilate them into Canadian society. The government therefore collaborated with Christian missionaries to encourage religious conversion.”
“From the 1890s until the 1950s, the government tried constantly to shift the burden of the system onto the churches.”
Enough of anecdotal evidence. The facts are the facts. An historical culpability for both the Liberal Party of Canada, as well as the Conservative Party, is factual. Just not for CBC, CTV, Globe & Mail, National Post or Toronto Star.
Recent media reporting on residential schools deaths contain no reference that Cultural Action Party can find to government responsibility. Why not? Are serious students of history supposed to view this as coincidence? It simply cannot be the case.
Here’s an enlightening piece of information: From 1969 until 1978, control and maintenance of residential schools was in the hands the federal government of Canada.
The Liberal Party was the ruling government of Canada from 1968 to 1979. The prime minister throughout this eleven-year period was Pierre Trudeau.
What a fascinating discovery this is. On this basis, it is fair to state that the prime minister most responsible for the residential school debacle is Liberal Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
Degree to which this theory has been presented within contemporary media? The correct answer is no degree at all. Why not? Are mainstream media interested in presenting historical truth, or are they indulging in a game of deception based on ulterior motives?
Frankly, this is as obvious as the back of one’s hand. This dynamic exists for a purpose. If media obfuscate Liberal government responsibility, then they have no opinion on why this political dynamic exists.
CAP’s opinion is that within 2021 society, our ruling government and Canadian media function as a team. Therefore, the responsibility for mass murder within residential schools is off-loaded to the church, while government remain free of blemish.
How neatly this fits into CAP theory. We believe that a covert war upon the Christian faith is well underway within society. Does media’s “selective amnesia” not play most perfectly into this theory? Fact is, Christian-Canadians have been down-in-the-mouth since the day Justin Trudeau attained office. Does the impact upon church attendance during the Covid pandemic not attest to this?
Readers may wonder what all this is about. Much of it seems strange and unclear. Unless there is a “greater goal” at play. This comes in the form of the Great Reset agenda for the future of our nation. One thing students of history can attest to– Christianity and communism do not mix.
Therefore, if Canada was being walked down a path of transition from democracy to dictatorship, does it not make sense that an attack upon Christianity could be part of process?
To confirm, just take a look at the communist nation of China. Justin Trudeau certainly has, as did father Pierre Trudeau before him. Is all this indicative of a transformative agenda at work within society?
Canadian media are today in the “Liberal Protection Industry.” They have hereby insulated both the Liberal Party and Canada’s forefather of globalism, Pierre Trudeau, from admonishment regarding historical persecution of Aboriginals.
Government and media as a united force–just as it is within the communist nation of China.
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder ( Est.2016)