Why Justin Trudeau’s Politics Are Anything But Liberal

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Liberalism is a political philosophy based on individual liberty, consent of the governed and equality before the law.

The Liberal ethos generally support individual rightsdemocracysecularismfreedom of speechfreedom of the pressfreedom of religion and a market economy.

The core competencies of liberalism include:

— willingness to respect or accept behaviour or opinions different from one’s own; openness to new ideas.

— a political and social philosophy that promotes individual rights, civil liberties, democracy, and free enterprise.

To state that these values have eroded within modern Canadian society is putting it mildly. “Consent of the governed” is a thing of the past. Poll after poll reveal divergence between public opinion and government policy. The most recent being opinion on a full boycott of the Beijing Olympics. Immigration policy, refugee intake, citizenship for terrorists– time and again Liberal government decision-making runs counter to public will.

Individual rights is a most contentious issue. Covid-related restrictions are impeding this fundamental of liberalism in a profound capacity.

Brian Peckford, former premier of Newfoundland, was part of the group of lawmakers and politicians who formulated Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms in the early 1980’s.

In terms of the impact of the pandemic, Mr. Peckford states in an interview that he “cannot believe what is happening to our country. I am extremely saddened by government enacting measures that clearly violate the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.”

Both a fundamental of liberalism and democracy, freedom of speech is currently under attack. The Trudeau government’s Bill C-10 and Bill C-36 call for internet censorship, including punitive damages and fines for violators.

On the topic of individual rights, no piece of legislation has impacted society more than the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. In the year 2000, two Canadians published a book called “The Charter Revolution And The Court Party.”

Of course, he didn’t do it alone. A communist-style synthesis of government and media messaging paved the way. News presentation morphed into propaganda intent upon conditioning public in support of liberal-globalism, or what is currently known as “woke politics.”

More was to come. Of any phenomenon involved, nothing can touch Covid-19 as a catalyst for a new Canadian order. The result of the pandemic being an ability for government to control citizenship behavior like never before. It serves as justification for an emulation of authoritarian societies.

Don’t walk here, don’t stand there, don’t assemble in crowds(no public protests– just like China), and countless other restrictions. All of it conditioning citizens to behave in the same manner as citizens do in non-democratic, communist and theocratic nations.

And most relevant of all– get yourself vaccinated. And what if you don’t? Those people line up to join the maligned “anti-Vaxxers.” Shunned and ostracized, these folks have become a 21st century villain community.

Does all this “liberalism” reflect a move toward individual freedoms, or government control? Is it a coincidence that the circumstances developed within the six-year period that Justin Trudeau has remained prime minister? Where is all this leading?

Degree of contemplation on the issues from mainstream media: nothing at all. Justin Trudeau enjoys positioning his Liberal government as “progressive.” Has he conveniently omitted is that liberalism itself has progressed from individual liberty to pseudo- communist control?

8 thoughts on “Why Justin Trudeau’s Politics Are Anything But Liberal”

  1. totally agree with danielle . All articles are so informative & the best descripton of what is happening to our Canada. Thank-you Brad

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  2. I’m with you Bridgette, I think the only thing that can reverse this is to identify the sick and get them treated and get them an isolated room so they can get help

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