Cultural Action Party explore the various nuances of government-media-academia's role in fomenting racism in Canada.
It's long past time for Arab/Muslim countries to solve their own refugee problems.
Trudeau uses Canadian taxpayers dollars to (fund) one group's reign over the Canadian majority. That's like giving a dollar to one twin but not the other. Everyone knows that when you're dealing with two of the same, everyone gets treated the same. Everyone gets a dollar. Or they're going to resent each other, and fight. That's why parents tell their children that you love them both the same, and celebrate each of their different strengths. Overall they're being treated the same. They both get love and support. They both thrive.
Now Canadians aren't children and Trudeau's not our daddy. But a 2 year old can figure out that what Trudeau's doing is wrong, dysfunctional, and is going to affect unity and harmony in the (family). Nobody's that stupid. Trudeau's trying to rip the country apart, make us resent and kill each other. Like a bad parent, Trudeau's a bad prime minister.
Nice article, but I would say bigotry, rather than racism, as the divide and conquer strategy, as in all effective strategies, works on more than one front/level. It tries to grab onto the bestial instinct against 'otherness', a once valuable, now counterproductive survival technique. The otherness trigger is pushed into the 'alpha ape' impetus, another once valuable, now counter productive survival technique.
Interesting that Acton's historically observed dictum how power tends to corrupt, absolute absolutely is reinforced by neuroscience. I think it's about bandwidth, for information coming down through the nested hierarchies that make up life as we know it. No bottlenecks is what the big bus driver seems to be saying.
As award-winning neuroscientist Nayef Al-Rodhan points out “[p]ower, especially absolute and unchecked power, is intoxicating. Its effects occur at the cellular and neurochemical level. They are manifested behaviourally in a variety of ways, ranging from heightened cognitive functions to lack of inhibition, poor judgment, extreme narcissism, perverted behavior, and gruesome cruelty….It is important to remember that power, like all human emotions, is neurochemically mediated and that unchecked power can create irrational, addicted and destructive impulses.”
Yes! Divide and conquer seems to be his plan. So tired of ‘Trudeaus!’