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Canadian Art Gallery Offers "Whites, Compare Yourself To A Nazi" Exhibit
Federal, Provincial or Municipal. Any way you look at it, government in Canada want whites to feel really, really bad about themselves.
"The exhibit has a 'whiteness timeline' which documents the 'evolution of white as an identity,' and includes the founding of the KKK and Canada’s 1867 founding."
Step right up, all you light-skinned Canadians looking to be associated with the Nazi Party of 1930's Europe.
"Love and Loss in the Milky Way" from the Vancouver Art Gallery's 'Conceptions of White' exhibit is intended to help visitors “grapple with contemporary configurations of White identity,” according to gallery literature.
In one incarnation or another, Cultural Action Party [est. 2016] has followed race-relations issues for over 30 years. Antithetical to mainstream media, our task has been to uncover and expose examples of so-called "reverse-racism," also known as straight-up racism against Anglo-European citizens of our country.
There are a plethora of examples, to be certain. However, none are as disgraceful as a humiliation directed at white Canadians in British Columbia.
Over years and decades, CAP has pick-up on a distressing propaganda vehicle developed by government. Federal, Provincial or Municipal. Any way you look at it, government in Canada want whites to feel really, really bad about themselves.
Of the promoters, PM Justin Trudeau stands as the most vehement and effective promogulator of caucasian self-hatred. Not regarding Quebecers, of course, for he is one of them.
No— it's the Anglophone segment that he and partner-in-crime New Democratic leader Jagmeet Singh want to remain down-in-the-mouth. Mr. Trudeau is an anti-colonialism; Mr. Singh brands our nation-- meaning Anglo-Europeans-- genocidal toward Indigenous communities.
Filtering down to the provincial level, British Columbia's NDP government has caught the anti-white flu, and are currently in the process of spreading the virus via arts councils and educational models.
The most prominent politician in terms of race-relations in Canada in Premier David Eby's government is MLA Rachna Singh, B.C.'s first secretary for anti-racism initiatives.
Tireless worker on behalf of "racialized" communities, Ms. Singh consistently voices her disdain regarding incidents of racism in British Columbia. Perhaps now, a case of laryngitis has kicked in.
“I was always interested in people and I could talk to them,” she says. As she began working as a counsellor, Singh refined her natural ability to tap into other people’s pain and perspectives. It is all about empathy,” she says.
Degree of empathy displayed regarding government humiliation of an identifiable community? Blink, and you missed it, because it has yet to happen.
"Singh would draw on this skillset once she entered politics. A lot of times the politicians are so loud, they are talking, but one thing I bring forward is being able to listen.”
It also appears that "anti-racism" coordinators have gone deaf. Opposition to the racist Art Gallery project thus far have fallen on deaf ears.
"On one occasion, Singh applied for a promotion in a job she was fully qualified for and was already performing. The position went to a white woman."
Well then, best call out the National Guard. Such "crimes" cannot be tolerated in "post-modern" Canada.
Should patriots be surprised at all this guff? Of course not-- we understand what government has done to Canadians of Anglo-European heritage.
Trudeau, Singh, CBC, Globe & Mail, Toronto Star and many more. Together with government, a program of systemic racism is being cast upon white Canadians.
"The exhibit, called 'Conceptions of White,' first opened at the gallery on Sept. 7, 2023, and according to gallery literature, is intended to help visitors grapple with contemporary configurations of White identity.”
What a steaming pile of hogwash. Why not just come out and state it plain as day? White Canadians are being denigrated by the Vancouver Art Gallery, as funded by Premier David Eby's NDP provincial government.
"The Vancouver Art Gallery is a not-for-profit registered charity supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of British Columbia and the City of Vancouver, as well as by its members, volunteers and private donors."
Wunderbar. The war against our communities continues.