“Canada risks a populist backlash if politicians fail to focus on the most economically vulnerable people, a new report says, as rosy economic data continues to overshadow the plight of many rural and non-educated workers,” says a senior economic advisor to the former Harper Conservative government.
CAP find the presentation of the populist ethos in Canada to be amusing. Dangerous–but amazing at the same time. Note how establishment media warn of the potential for a populist uprising in the former Great White North. They hint at it, allude to it, and suggest it is possible at some point in the future.
What they never state is that populism has arrived, or that it is now established as a component of federal Canadian politics. As we speak, Maxime Bernier’s populist PPC Party has more nominated MP candidates than Trudeau’s Liberals. A telling sign–which media refrain from signalling to the general public.
Therefore, Canada now has a tangible federal political party firmly rooted in so-called populist political theory. What are some signs of this?
— PPC want a reduction in immigration quotas. Trudeau increased these quotas by over 30%.
— PPC promote the cancellation of the Multicultural Act of 1988. Trudeau will do this on the day Libya trans-isitions to an arctic tundra.
— Maxime Bernier is Pro-Life. Trudeau is pro-fetus destruction. Bernier questions transgenderism, and will not jump on the LGBT bandwagon. Justin rides the wagon with pink bells on.
— Bernier wants to end the flow of illegal refugees to Canada. Under Trudeau, these numbers are at their highest level in Canadian history.
And on and on and on. People’s Party of Canada OPPOSE the globalist, pro-Sikh/Islam, abortion mongering of Justin Trudeau in every way imaginable. Yet, by way of media, the populist movement “may be” coming to Canada. Possibly.
CAP have a word to tell these folks: What is being termed “populism” has arrived, will grow, and will become a major force within Canadian society. Why? Because of Justin Trudeau. This is the number one factor in the whole affair
Justin’s disregard for Alberta, and its Energy industry workers. A full-on dedication to homosexuality, transgenderism and Islam make for a curious gathering, but these are the communities the man has chosen to advance within our society.
This Trudeau fellow is a serious divider. West against East. Quebec vs. Alberta. Islam versus Christianity. Elites vs working class. Pro-Life against the Abortion-mongers. Nationalists versus Globalists. Hetero’s against Homo’s. Show CAP a definable social element within society, and we will show you the fragmentation and polarization Trudeau has created within these communities.
“Trump won the U.S. election carried in part by working class voters who felt threatened by shifts in the global economy that have led to a deterioration in classic American jobs, like automotive manufacturing and coal mining. Maxime Bernier, head of the People’s Party of Canada, has taken on policy positions that partly resemble Trump’s, blaming political insiders for creating an inherently unfair economic system.”
Unfair is Justin Trudeau’s middle name. Never before in Canadian history have citizens witnessed such extreme bias–to the point of communist-style propaganda– which promotes specific communities, while vilifying others. Islam, LGBT, transgender, Sikhism– all favoured by Trudeau. Conservatives, Christians, Old Stock Canadians-kindly take your place at the back of society’s bus–there will be no Rosa Parks coming to rescue you.
The economist Speer then proceeds to convince readers that economics lay at the core of these social issues. CAP disagree. The social issues pertain to society— how Canadians perceive their position within our nation, as well as how they perceive their wallets when they open them.
Even so, Speer himself is the first to admit that there are few obvious answers when it comes to stemming the tide of populism in Canada. But he said a failure to better understand the issue will only deepen resentments.
Another curiousity. Please do tell–why is it that mainstream media perpetually advocate “stemming the tide” of populism? Is this political movement fatal? Can one catch cancer from it and die? Is not populism in reality a core element of democracy? Is it not an expression of a legitimate, collective political will of the people?
Here we see exactly why Trudeau, Hussen, Goodale, Khalid, Morneau and the rest despise the populist movement–because it is a pure, unadulterated expression of DEMOCRACY IN ACTION. Naturally, Liberals hate this kind of thing.
“I think it’s going to create a higher and higher level of inequality of opportunity,” said Speer.
Now we get to the heart of the matter. Justin Trudeau, Ahmed Hussen and Maryam Monsef specialize in inequality. In fact, they are damn experts at it, as expressed above.
CAP bottom-line opinion: A Trudeau-governed Canada is a dying Canada. As in, the death of the first 150 years of Canadian history–the part where freedom, democracy, western values, and rule-of-law played a fundamental role within society.
Justin Trudeau is here to destroy this. Voting for this man in the upcoming federal election is a vote of destruction for specific communities in Canada. You are hereby forewarned.
— BRAD SALZBERG