We stand witness as a one-way trajectory of disempowerment is unleashed on “Old Stock” Canadian communities.
by Brad Salzberg
September 30, 2023
“They couldn’t see the forest for the trees.”
Generally defined as a person or organization which “cannot see the big picture because the focus is too much on the details,” CAP apply the statement to present-day politics in Canada.
The first point which must be referenced is how our country arrived at its current socio-political status, one in which a long-term calculated inversion of social priorities gained a grip on Canadian society.
Also known as “the long game,” we enter a zone never to be explored by mainstream Canadian media. In jocular terms, we call this “the running of the Anglophone.”
It’s roots take us back to the days of ex-Liberal PM Pierre Trudeau, communist advocate and reported father of current PM Justin Trudeau. Three bullet points highlight a covert attack on Canadians of European Heritage:
1] Transition to “points-based” immigration policy. It’s practical application resulted in a watershed moment in Canadian history. By the time the transformation reached a ten-year anniversary, immigration to Canada shifted from 90% European-based to 90% 3rd World-based. Media say nothing about it.
2] Multiculturalism, as forced upon society by PET in the early 1970’s. Returning from meetings with Chairman Mao Tse Tung in Beijing, Trudeau Sr. unilaterally cancels bi-cultural English & French identity, replacing it with a policy that would over time disempower and marginalize English Canada and its Anglophone communities. So extreme it is that whites in Canada are headed for minority status within one generation. Media breathe not a word about it.
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