Admirer Of Communism, Trudeau Establishes "Woke Revolution" In Canada
In the spirit of the forefathers of communism arrives Justin Trudeau.
Ever get the feeling that your country has been played like a deck of cards? Following the progression of Canada away from its democratic roots is likely to bring on such a feeling.
If an erasure of our country's political foundation is going to occur, there must be something in the works to take its place.
Cultural Action Party offer our take on the matter. The transformation is not a random occurrence. It is, in our opinion, wholly calculated.
It began when Pierre Trudeau became prime minister of Canada in 1968. Its essence is one of a "soft revolution." As an admirer of China, Cuba and the Soviet Union, our long-haired PM in a sportscar initiated measures that would forever alter Canada's political trajectory.
It took fifty years for the culmination to reach an apotheosis. The arrival of Justin Trudeau as prime minister brought the agenda into concrete form. Leveraging the methods of communist societies of the past, Trudeau Jr. introduced the concept of Canada as a "post-modern" society.
Six years later, we understand the meaning of his euphemistic proclamation. In terms of labels, it is fairly defined as Justin Trudeau's "Woke Revolution."
One of the more blatant examples is found is the synthesis of government and media. Dr. Jordan Peterson describes it in his typically caustic manner:
“The legacy media are in an unrecoverable death spiral, spinning ever more uncontrollably. The CBC has become a mewling, meandering, self-righteous, slogan-spewing narcissistic near-corpse."
Don't hold back, Dr. Peterson. What we have here is an emulation of government-media relations in China. Like father Pierre Trudeau before, Justin Trudeau has had lasting admiration for the behemoth nation of the Far East.
Some elements are more covert than an emulation of communist propaganda techniques. Here is where Covid enters the picture. The role the pandemic is playing is all-encompassing.
Covid serves to acclimatize Canadians to strict, rules-based living. The pandemic transcends law. Suddenly, breaches of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms are a dime-a-dozen. The result is an erosion of civil rights to a level commensurate with life within communist societies.
Here's a real beauty-- the rise of the "neo-welfare state." Witness as Covid depletes the personal incomes of Canadian workers. Upon losing their jobs, these people now have trouble feeding their families.
Along comes saviour Trudeau to inform them that the state will cover their living expenses. Bring on the Universal Basic Income. What's not to like?
Plenty, say CAP. In this is found the seeds of socialism, where citizens are dependent on government for their daily bread. We have here a incremental mode of transition to a socialist nation-state.
Those scheming these things up learn well from historical miscalculations. If there is anything that foils revolutionary success it is the "empty stomach" factor. If citizens are starving, they will rebel. If their immediate needs are met, they will refrain. Covid justifies the payouts. It also makes public rebellion against the law. Government now have a virus to justify prevention of public gatherings.
One step at a time--that's the way it was done in the rise of totalitarianism in 20th century European nations. Dr. Jordan Peterson agrees:
“If I encroach on you and I’m sophisticated about it, I’m going to encroach 2 millimeters. I’m going to encroach right to the point where you start to protest, then I’m going to stop,” Peterson said. “Then I’m going to wait. Then you’re going to calm down.”
In other words, a subtle coaxing of the public along a path of transition from democracy to socialist state. The next phase being "the real thing"- communism.
No wonder mainstream media hate Dr. Peterson. Are readers aware of the following?
A list of media recipients of Trudeau government funding total nearly 1500 media companies in Canada.
Everything from Western Horse Review to Canadian Punjab Times are included. From Alaska Highway News to the Niagara-On-The Lake Daily, the list covers every corner of media from coast-to-coast. Small market, large market, food market– you name it, and our Liberal government are funding it.
Cherry-picking from the best of the old. Innovating with new propaganda techniques. Chairman Mao and his Silent Revolution. Vladimir Lenin and his October Revolution. Fidel Castro's "Day Of The Revolution" in 1963.
In the spirit of the forefathers, the Woke Revolution has arrived in Canada.