Justin Trudeau is using a divide-and-conquer strategy to prevent any element of unity among Canada’s pluralist communities.
by Brad Salzberg
July 5, 2023
The phrase ‘divide and conquer’ is defined as “a policy of maintaining control over one’s subordinates or opponents by encouraging dissent between them, thereby preventing individual communities from uniting in opposition to a ruling government.”
The ploy is thousands of years old, as leveraged by historical luminaries such as Julius Caesar and Niccolo Machiavelli.
It only takes a brief look at federal politics in Canada to recognize that our Liberal government apply are applying a divide-and-conquer strategy within contemporary society.
On the political side, we discover the golden rule of social division. With mainstream media as vehicle for propaganda dissemination, PM Justin Trudeau pursues power by way of one of the oldest political tricks in the book.
According to Machiavellian principles, a leader “should endeavor with every act to divide the forces of the enemy.”
Bringing about a salient question: who is the enemy of government in Canada in 2023?
CBC won’t announce it, and Globe & Mail won’t print it, but the answer is found in a phrase coined by ex-Conservative PM Stephen Harper: “Old Stock” Canadians.
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