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Jagmeet Singh Brands Canada Genocidal On Canada Day
"Census data tells us the Indigenous population has grown quickly, at a pace far surpassing that of the non-Indigenous population," says Statistics Canada.
Common sense citizens have to shake their heads in wonder at the state of Canadian society.
"Today, let's celebrate each other, and let's celebrate as we continue to build this great country."
These words, spoken by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in tribute to Canada Day 2023, contradict every move made by our PM since gaining office in 2015. Throughout this period, our Liberal government has done all they can to undermine national unity.
Pitting community against community, government rhetoric has fashioned Canada into a self-hating society. As such, social division among our plurality of communities has never been greater.
After which Mr. Trudeau belies every move he has made with an about-face: suddenly, the PM extols the virtues of a nation he has personally branded racist, xenophobic, homophobic, transphobic and Islamophobic.
It reaches a point of absurdity to recognize, incredibly, that this Trudeau character is not the most extreme Canada-basher on our national block.
Jagmeet Singh, leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada, is even worse. As exemplified by his commentary acknowledging our Canada Day celebration:
"Part of that[Canada Day celebration] is remembering that today is a difficult anniversary for Indigenous communities, as it celebrates the formal displacement and the start of the genocide for the first people of this land.”
Jagmeet Singh just can't let go. Not only does he erroneously brand our nation genocidal. Mr. Singh claims that efforts toward genocide of First Nations communities still exist today:
"Anytime you think of unmarked mass graves, you think of a distant country where a genocide has happened. This is not a distant country, this is here in Canada, and the genocide was against Indigenous people. And it is a genocide that is ongoing.”
Thing is, this happens to be a stone-cold lie.
According to Statistics Canada, "over multiple decades, census data have revealed that the Indigenous population has grown quickly, at a pace far surpassing that of the non-Indigenous population."
For what purpose is Jagmeet Singh hent-bent on deceiving a recently recognized 40 million population of Canada? Does he hate our country so much that he is willing to falsify the truth?
O Canada-- a nation in which our most powerful politicians hate our country and national heritage. In truth, Justin Trudeau is no different.
On the positive side, political animus toward our country is resulting in an adverse effect.
'The 1867 Project - Why Canada Should Be Cherished'
"In this new book, twenty critical thinkers provide answers: we are awash in relentless grievance narratives and utopians who expect Canada’s history to be perfect. The rise of critical theory, identity politics, and ideological politics in the education system also play a part. The authors challenge the naysayers and their caustic criticisms, but also offer a positive path forward.”
Mark Milke, Phd. is editor of the Aristotle Foundation’s first book, The 1867 Project: Why Canada Should Be Cherished–Not Cancelled.
An antidote to political animus toward our country, Milke's book is bound to be shuffled off to the periphery of society. No Indigo Books or local library shelf-space for this one. Funded by the Feds, establishment media wouldn't touch this with an 88-foot pole.
Nor will CBC, CTV and the rest of the paid-off pundits in media address a fundamental question:
For what purpose does government put so much energy into digging up the dirt in the garden of Canada's founding decades, and beyond? Fact is, the leading source nations for immigration to our country are far worse.
China and Pakistan murdered millions upon establishment of their respective countries. Major source nations such as Syria and Iran persecute homosexuals and Christians.
All this has been deemed irrelevant by government and media. No attempt has ever been made to place national shortcomings in relative context to nations of the world. According to Trudeau and Singh, Canada stands alone in our unique brand of historical persecution. A combined government-media construct it is.
Cultural Action Party[est.2016] desperately want to understand: why do Justin Trudeau and back-up woke quarterback Jagmeet Singh place Canada on a pedestal of prejudice against racialized Canadians, Aboriginals and Homosexuals?
There must be a purpose, right? For one thing, the phenomenon is wholly non-organic. We witness as our political leaders throw Canada in the proverbial trash-bin, only to extol the virtues of our country in a hypocritical manner one day per-year.
"We cannot mark this day without a solemn and respectful acknowledgement of Canada’s history if we are truly in the spirit of reconciliation."
Singh refers to recognition of historical shortcomings. As if Canadian heritage is devoid of positive social developments. All this character seems to care about is running down our country.
This, and a political pact designed to keep another leading Canada-basher, Justin Trudeau, in power until late 2025. Circumventing an opportunity to rid our country of its greatest critic, Canadians have to wonder what purpose Jagmeet Singh serves within Canada's political spectrum.
When Mr. Singh began as NDP leader in 2016, his party held 46 seats in Parliament. In 2023, the count comes in at 25 seats. Yet, there he remains, in all his Canada-trashing glory.
We begin to recognize Jagmeet Singh's purpose in politics. He’s playing a vital role in a woke re-imagining of our country. Think about it. If Canadians were swelled with pride, it would be that much more difficult to transition our country away from its democratic foundation, and toward the "post-modern" society PM Trudeau is so desperate to establish.
Are Trudeau and Singh weapons in a war upon traditional society? The two exist as political aberrations. Their agenda is unnatural, and designed to destroy.
"This year marks our country’s 156th birthday, but behind all the flamboyant fanfare, flags and festivities, there is an undeniable, almost palpable, sombre and pervasive mood that things here aren’t as good as the celebrations would have you believe."
No one has contributed more to the degeneration of pride in country than NDP leader Jagmeet Singh. Hard to believe, considering the degree of animosity Justin Trudeau has toward our national history and heritage.