by Brad Salzberg
August 4, 2022
“The Trudeau government has claimed to follow the science on Covid, but that science is strangely different than it is everywhere else.”
“Policies are based on spite, divisiveness, and pure politics. Covid now serves as an excuse to punish the government’s ideological enemies.”
A simple experiment for history buffs: omit the words “Trudeau” and “Covid.” Now, compare the situation to fascist governments of history. Is punishing “ideological enemies” not a standard of totalitarian societies? Does the same dynamic now exist in Canada under Justin Trudeau?
In 1966, Mao Tse Tung announced that China’s Cultural Revolution would “thoroughly expose the reactionary bourgeois stand of those who oppose the party.”
Is King Justin not behaving in sympatico? The targets may vary, but the principle remains. Those who ideologically oppose government policy are targeted by the ruling class. The common enemy as targeted by Trudeau is Canada’s working class– truckers, oil industry workers, gun owners, farmers. Basically, those who fall into the category of “Old Stock” Canadians.
“Children of landowners[in China] were thrown into trash cans. Families who lived in large houses were squeezed into single rooms as their possessions were smashed by the Red Guards. Many[homeowners] handed over their deeds to government in effort to avert further persecution.”
See Chairman Mao attack private home ownership. Back in Canada, a recent report tells us that nine million Canadians have given up on home ownership. Another coincidence, is it?
“Recently released court documents which capture the decision-making behind the travel mandate indicate that, far from following the science, the Prime Minister and Cabinet were focused on politics.”
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