Political leaders in Scotland are calling for what they term “Anglophobia” to be recognised as a form of prejudice rooted in racism:
“We need to recognise along with Islamophobia, Anglophobia. We would all agree any form of discrimination is completely unacceptable. It’s a particularly insidious form of abuse.”
While the context may vary, the concept is critical to race-relations in Canada. As recently tabled by Ontario MPP Laura Mae Lindo, Bill 67 calls for vilification of Anglo-Canadians to be integrated into our education system. Beneath the surface of a mandate for “racial equity” is an attack on an identifiable community.
Bill 67 advances an inverted form of racial prejudice. It contents are derived from Critical Race Theory, a post-modern agenda quietly working its way into our public education system. The concept of Critical Race Theory emerged in the mid-1970s from of the writings of a collective of American legal scholars. It’s fundamental tenet espouses that white supremacy exists and maintains power through law.
In 2021, the Trudeau government embedded CRT into federal government training materials. Within the pages, “whiteness” is defined as “specific dimensions of racism that serves to elevate white people over people of colour.”
Let us come to terms with what is presented: Critical Race Theory purports that the use of the word “whiteness” is in itself a racist act. The result is nothing short of racism against an identifiable community– known in Canada as a breach of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Patriots stand witness to the irony. For decades, Canadians have been inundated with the idea that racism against “minorities” is intrinsic to society. To remedy the issue, the geniuses on campus are now promoting racism against white Canadians. In Waterloo, Ontario, a Black Parent Council has been formed to deal with racism in the school system. “The council also welcomes families of Indigenous and racialized students.”
Translation: no non-racialized parents permitted. Welcome to racial equity in Canada. Bill 67 describes “anti-racism” as a “policy of combating racism, such as anti-Indigenous racism, anti-Black racism, anti-Asian racism, anti-semitism, and Islamophobia.”
Which community qualifies as oppressor of the above? The answer is Canadian Anglophones— every one of them. The vengeance-thirsty neglect to distinguish between historical and contemporary citizens. The behaviour is not without purpose.
In Ontario, an Ottawa police officer caught on video saying the “white man’s day is done” has been charged with disciplinary offences under the Police Services Act. Not only has “Anglophobia” permeated society– Canadians are prohibited from disliking its onslaught. An officer delivers his personal opinion. There is no breach of the law. His comments are made in a private discussion— a distinction referenced in Section 319 of Canada’s hate-laws.
Visionary author George Orwell wrote of these circumstances in his dystopian novel “1984.” His iconoclastic ideas are now a reality in Canada.
Cultural Action Party expect this situation to get far worse before it gets better. That is– if it gets better. If not for media obfuscation, a majority of citizens would understand the social transformation of which CAP speak. For so-called oppressors of racialized Canadians, “pay-back time” has come to Canada. This is the true nature of Critical Race Theory, of which Bill 67 is a derivative.
And what of the momentum? In this regard, our nation’s “oppressed class” have everything going their way. Government, media, universities, health care, in addition to Canada’s corporate world. You name the institution, and “Anglophobia” is in the house. Over in Scotland, we can witness a shared mindset among educators: “It would be not be appropriate to amend a motion on Islamophobia to include Anglophobia.”
The chance of such a thing being advocated by Canadian politicians range between zero and nothing. It will never happen. While citizens spent the past 50-years asleep at the wheel, Multiculturalism morphed into a political weapon.
The outcome is quintessentially Canadian. By the time the general public come to understand what took place, the agenda is too deeply entrenched to reverse the process.