It’s what a malevolent ruler will do. A national leader with hatred toward his own country is bound to infect the nation with the poison they hold inside. Such is the case when it comes to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the fall of Canada Day celebrations.
It should serve as a poignant indication. The anti-Canadian sentiment spread by Trudeau and New Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh has creeped into our social core. It’s the “rotten apple effect”— peel away the surface and find the infected fruit of the loins of historical Canada.
Rather than work to heal division, our prime minister has split open Canadian history to reveal the worms within. If anyone believes his efforts lack intent, CAP has a bridge to sell you called the Lion’s Gate in North Vancouver.
“The Ottawa Police Service put out a stern warning on Tuesday saying that it will be on the lookout for racist, homophobic, misogynistic signs or speech during this year’s Canada Day celebrations.”
“A spokesperson with the force said that communicating any such messaging either verbally or in another fashion could lead to criminal charges.”
A far cry from “1-2-3 Canadians we love thee” as it emanated from Montreal’s Expo 1967. Such interesting timing it was. The following year, Pierre Trudeau became Canadian prime minister. Unbeknownst to citizens, it was to be the beginning of the end of pride in country.
Pride in homosexuality, fine. Ethnic pride within migrant communities, perfectly acceptable. Even pride in French-Canadian culture has been permitted. But never– under any circumstances–shall pride in Anglo-European identity be acceptable in society.
Who cares if Anglophone heritage is responsible for:
Democracy, parliamentary procedure, freedom of expression, freedom of the press, legal jurisprudence, habeas corpus, court system, Charter Rights, personal freedoms and dozens more foundational aspects of society.
In Trudeau’s Canada, it makes not a speck of difference. Tossing it in the trash, country has been branded racist, bigoted and xenophobic. NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh put the cherry on the condemnation cake when labelling our nation genocidal.
The result is the consternation 38 million Canadians are experiencing regarding Canada Day in 2022. Let CAP circumvent media presentation: it is not “the people” who created this environment. The onus is not on truckers, protestors, right-wing racists or so-called “white supremacists.”
The entire condition falls on the shoulders of the federal government. Add to it secondary players like the NDP, Bloc Quebecois, provincial governments, and special interest politicians.
“On Monday, interim police chief Steve Bell told the Ottawa Police Services Board that law enforcement would actively respond to these messages and cited concerns about Freedom Convoy-associated groups and other protest movements attending the event.”
If not for Trudeau and the Liberals, these people would not be there. They exist in reaction to government policy. Millions of Canadians want a return of personal freedoms existing previous to the advent of the Trudeau government. Our prime minister has taken these away, and average Canadians are not happy. In truth, there is nothing radical about it.
Unfortunately, it will be a long solstice day in Nunavut when media admit as much. They never will– because they work for government. The outcome is fragmentation of contemporary society. As manifest in tangible form by consternation relating to Canada Day.
To celebrate, or to denigrate? Call CAP nihilistic– we bet on the latter. Likely it is that the anti-Canada movement is too strong to be overcome. It’s leaders are Justin Trudeau and Jagmeet Singh. Backed by media and “experts” in Canadian academia, it is a force capable of transitioning society for all-time.