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“This election is all about Justin Trudeau. We have to fight for the soul of our country” says over-heated Conservative MP Michelle Rempel.


by Brad Saltzberg

August 12, 2021

Commenting on a federal election rumoured to be called any day now, Conservative Party MP Michelle Rempel has some choice words for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

MP Rempel said the purpose is so that Trudeau“can completely ignore Parliament”–- so that he can “railroad Parliament to further impose his ideological agenda.”

Ms. Rempel further claims that “Liberal backbenchers never work for their communities– they work for Justin Trudeau. They’re always silent on the main issues.”

“This election is all about Justin Trudeau. We have to fight for the soul of our country” said an over-heated Michelle Rempel in a recent interview posted on social media.

Now there’s an interesting topic– the soul of our country. How shall Canadians define such a thing within a nation that our prime minister claims has “no core identity?”

Perhaps we should focus on the fundaments. Since the founding of Canada in 1867, our country has upheld its status as a society based upon democratic governance. Let Cultural Action Party reveal a little-known fact:

Founder of Multiculturalism Pierre Trudeau was once asked for his views on democracy and communism. He stated that under certain conditions, a  one-party state would be the ideal government.

“I wouldn’t be prepared to think I would be successful in arguing that communism is right for Canada at the present time. But such times might come, who knows?”

Yes–who really knows? Yet, one can always speculate. Here is CAP’s two-cents worth:

If Justin Trudeau wins a majority government victory in a pending federal election, it is all-but certain that father Pierre Trudeau’s deepest dream will come true.

In so many words, this is the between-the-lines messaging delivered in MP Rempel’s discourse on a majority government victory. PM Trudeau will be free of all tethers which hold him back from unilateral decision-making. Unencumbered by opposition parties, the Liberals will be free to implement the following:

The creation of a Canadian Internet Firewall. Forced internet content removals within 24 hours, with significant penalties for failure to do so. This would apply to public communications by individual internet users, as well as on personal websites.

“This alone should be disqualifying as no government should introduce censorship legislation that mandates website blocking, eradicates net neutrality, harms freedom of expression, and dispenses with due process without having ever consulted Canadians on the issue,” says Canadian Internet Lawyer Michael Geist.

In other words, the structure of internet censorship as it exists in communist China. Lack of freedom of expression and absence of due process being cornerstones of communist societies. Imagine this in Canada, with no governmental recourse to challenge what is in reality a giant leap toward dictatorship status.

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Next, expand this political dynamic to every political decision made by our ruling government. This could well be the outcome of a majority victory for the Liberals.

Upon Mr. Trudeau’s first-term victory in October, 2015, Cultural Action Party made a bold proclamation: the advent of our 23rd prime minister will in due course result in an eradication of democracy.

Naturally, our detractors laughed in our face. Here it is nearly six years later, and CAP stick like krazy glue to our original claim. To justify this positioning, we look to a social dynamic never addressed within mainstream media– the relationship between immigration policy and federal elections.

Anyone heard of the “snowball effect?” For political purposes, this is what has occurred over the past four decades– and will continue for decades more, as immigration results in the ever-increasing empowerment for the Liberals.

338 seats in Parliament. A steady progression of vote-capture for the Liberal Party of Canada. Where does this lead? To a state-of-society in which one party controls 88% of the seats in Parliament. To be followed by 98% of the seats.

And the point of holding federal elections on this basis is?  For opposition parties to deposit hundreds of millions of dollars in a trash bin?

Not likely. If CAP was a betting man, we would go all-in on the concept of a hard time limit on Canada’s lifespan as a democratic nation.

— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder (Est. 2016)