Cultural Action Party Of Canada | Brad
Over the past several years, mainstream media in Canada have made myriad references to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s statement of admiration for China’s “basic dictatorship.” It should come as no surprise that the most crucial element of our PM’s approbation is omitted from media presentation.
Not only does PM Trudeau admire communist governance in China. He is also in the process of replicating Chinese government policy on Canadian soil.
Among the most pronounced of these transformations comes in the form of internet censorship. Canadian internet censorship expert Michael Geist has some serious words of damnation for what establishment media conveniently overlook:
“Earlier today, the Liberal party convention approved (subject to a final vote) two stunning policy resolutions with enormous implications for freedom of expression.”
“It approved a resolution that seeks to hold on-line information services accountable for the veracity of material published on their platforms, and to limit publication only to material whose sources can be traced. If enacted, the policy would undermine freedom of the press and could spark widespread censorship on Internet platforms.”
It’s all going to happen, and there’s nothing Canadians can do to stop it. It’s what occurs when a rogue, neo-communist government seizes control of a society, and refuse to let go.
The over-arching element of PM Trudeau’s emulation of China’s “Great Internet Firewall” goes like this. Control over internet content has been transition from private social media ownership to the Liberal Government of Canada, via the CRTC.
It’s a giant of a move, as downplayed by CBC and corporate media. Why? Because legacy media will benefit from a deliberate erosion of freedom of speech in Canada.
Section 2(b) – Freedom Of Expression
Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms:
- freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication.
As Gordon Lightfoot sang, “so long, it’s been good to know ya.”
Hear ye, hear ye: the Liberal government has just destroyed a fundamental of democratic governance. Truth be told, it’s not the first time, and it’s far from the last. It’s what happens in a society being systemically transitioned from democracy to authoritarian state.
That state is Trudeau’s post-modern, “no core identity” society. Away from the media spotlight, astute Canadians recognize the game plan. Our Pm has consciously taken a step to “hollow-out” the contents of our society, leaving it open for a new core to take it’s place.
That the posty-modern core is steeped in China-style communism thus far eludes the people of Canada. That internet censorship is fundamental to the transformation is poorly understood among what is now a 40-million person Canadian demography.
“These resolutions are only the latest in a series of legislative and policy measures in which the government and the governing party have become increasingly comfortable with speech regulation that raises serious constitutional concerns.”
After which CAP add a corollary: “raises serious constitutional concerns” in a country in which the government dedicate themselves to maintenance of their constitution.
Sadly, this is not Liberals. The erosion of rule-of-law in Canada is an outgrowth of the Covid pandemic. China’s dissemination of this modern-day plague has resulted in a plethora of constitutional breaches, all of which were justified by the need to “keep Canadians safe.”
Cultural Action Party has always been suspicious of this dynamic. There is no such thing as a constitutional breach in China, at least in pragmatic terms. What they employ is akin to “Supreme Law.” China’s controlling Politburo, a group of 24 male officials who oversee the party and central government, maintain absolute control of a population of 1.3 billion. Their word is the law.
The Liberal’s Bill C-11 and Bill C-18 will transfer control of the Canadian internet to this format. CBC, CTV, Globe & Mail, Toronto Star— don’t count on them to position the end of free speech in this manner. They want what the Feds want. Why? Because, theoretically, it will transfer billions in lost revenue to social media back to mainstream media.
Thus, government and media teamwork– just as it exists in communist China. One has to be a sleuth to put these things together. Justin Trudeau is counting on Canadians not to fathom the reality of our loss of freedom of speech. Hence, media positioning on the matter.
According to Professor Michael Geist, “Bill C-11’s regulation of user content raises troubling possibilities with Canadian Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez consistently failing to provide a credible explanation for rejecting safeguards for user content, leaving many to believe that regulatory power is the goal.”
Oh boy, does CAP ever go all-in on this one. Geist’s comment is right on the money. “User content” means an ability to censor individual user posts on the web. As in, a breach of “individual rights” as promulgated in Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms(1982).
Another potential Charter breach right here. But you know what? The Feds don’t give a damn. Justin Trudeau is taking our nation to a place where no one wants to go– an emulation of Chinese society upon Canadian soil.
It’s all part of a covert communist transition. The moment Trudeau Jr. was placed on the throne of Canada is the moment in which our democratic downfall began.
So-called father Pierre Trudeau began the separation with his repatriation of our Constitution in 1982. Catalyst for a break from association with the Britain, presumed son Justin Trudeau is continuing the process as we speak.
May 2nd, 2023— “The Trudeau government is set to use the Coronation of King Charles III as an opportunity to reveal a new design for the Canadian crown that sits on the Royal Coat of Arms.”
It’s a new design, alright– one which furthers the Liberal agenda of erasure of connection to the British Crown, Anglophone heritage, as well as Christian identity.
Note To Self: Communism hate the British Crown, Anglophone heritage, and Christian identity.
In CAP’s humble opinion, Justin Trudeau is out to destroy it all. Freedom of speech, freedom of the press, constitutional rights, rule-of-law, the entire kit-and-kaboodle.
“We must be honest with ourselves and see that this is where we are today with current and future policies that risk turning Canada into a dangerous model that more repressive regimes may cite with approval to justify their own anti-democratic measures.”
Damn straight. Internet censorship is simply one step down an incremental ladder toward the death of democracy in Canada.