‘Bilingualism Is Bad Politics’

“…The ‘de facto’ rule that any person seeking the leadership of a Canadian political party — and thus the prime ministership — must be fluent in English and French is proving a particularly visible glass ceiling… Some rare but useful public pushback on the role of bilingualism in Canadian politics has been the result. 

“The conservative publisher Ken Whyte wrote a masterful and much-shared essay in the ‘Globe and Mail’ {See below}…coolly debunking the conventional wisdom that speaking French provides an invaluable electoral edge to any would-be prime minister. What actually matters, Whyte noted, is whether the candidate is from Quebec.  Continue reading “‘Bilingualism Is Bad Politics’”

‘Time To Ditch The Guilt’

For all Canadians who are carrying around guilt about what their ancestors — and not themselves personally — did to the Aboriginal peoples, please read this and then just let the guilt wash away: 

“It was not a contest between Indian cultures and European civilization, but rather one between Indian cultures and all the civilizations of the Old World taken together. Because the peoples of Europe, Asia and Africa had been in contact with each other for millennia, European civilization had incorporated within itself the advances of other civilizations past and present, including Babylonian astronomy, Jewish monotheism, Greek philosophy, Roman law, Indian mathematics (the decimal system), and Chinese technology (printing, gunpowder, the compass).  Continue reading “‘Time To Ditch The Guilt’”

‘Federal Parties Support French-Language Bigotry’

“It’s true that the proportion of people speaking French as a mother tongue has fallen… But that’s true for English, too—the real change is an increase in immigration and in mother tongues that are neither English nor French.”
{And the ‘Globalist’ federal government is not interested in doing anything about that…}

“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was briefly tossed the current political football of language laws… And while his answer may not have been exactly what Quebec Premier François Legault wanted to hear—unlike what new ‘Conservative’ {Party} leader Erin O’Toole has said—it suggested that Ottawa is considering giving French some extra legal protection within Quebec.  Continue reading “‘Federal Parties Support French-Language Bigotry’”

‘Programming the Canadian Judiciary’

It’s bad enough that Leftist – and racist — ideologues have take over several Canadian law schools but now, the ‘Liberal’ Party federal government is attempting to ensure that judges think the same way as the government. P.S. The so-called ‘Conservative’ Party not only voted in favour of this – they initiated it: 

“A bill that requires sexual assault training for federally-appointed judges has been amended by MPs to also include training on “systemic racism and systemic discrimination” — a change some see as a troubling sign politicians will keep venturing further into judicial training.  Continue reading “‘Programming the Canadian Judiciary’”

‘The Charter Is A Trojan Horse’ (LINK)

“The Charter is a Trojan Horse. What else would you expect from Pierre Trudeau?

“First off, there is the “reasonable limits” clause in the very first section.

“Then, we have the ludicrous “Notwithstanding Clause” that allows any provincial government to override citizens’ so-called ‘rights’.

“And finally, we have the deceitful ‘Section 15’, where individual legal rights are ‘guaranteed’ in 15(1), but then immediately superceded by the ‘group rights’ delineated in 15(2)…”
https://constitutioncdn.wordpress.com/2021/01/05/the-charter-is-a-trojan-horse/

‘Carving Up Canada’

“At almost 110,000 square kilometres, ‘Tallurutiup Imanga/Lancaster Sound’ will be the largest protected area ever established in Canada, more than twice the size of Nova Scotia.

“The ‘Tallurutiup Imanga’ agreement means a massive chunk of strategic Canadian waters will be carved off and put under the stewardship of the Nunavut government, fully funded by the Canadian taxpayer, of course. In reality, these areas will be subject to regulation under the United Nations “Sustainability 2030” frameworks that aim to restrict citizens to approved human habitation zones and control and tax the use of all resources. It also leaves them open to exploitation by the Elite backers of these private foundations and is allowing the ‘Liberal’ {Party} Junta to sell Canada off to these elites and their Chinese allies.  Continue reading “‘Carving Up Canada’”

‘The Undemocratic World of Canadian Members of Parliament’

“In the crazy, Leninist world of Canada’s leader-centric parliamentary politics, maybe the only proper role for any MP, other than the one who has been selected as leader, is to be silent and obedient — like a Victorian child, to be seen and not heard, except when they are reading a speech prepared for them by a staffer from the PMO or the Leader’s Office…” 

“Leaders habitually make decisions on behalf of their caucus without full consultation. Votes are virtually never taken in Caucus. Rules of order are non-existent. The leader decides what will be done by “reading the room”—when he or she can be bothered—and any person who complains out loud about the abuse of process is ruthlessly punished for breaking ‘caucus confidence’.”

“This means that, by the end of the 42nd Parliament, the ‘Conservative’ {Party} caucus had become as dictatorial in its demands, and as opaque in its management practices, as Justin Trudeau’s ‘Liberals’.”

Continue reading “‘The Undemocratic World of Canadian Members of Parliament’”

‘Bad For Democracy’

‘Bad For Democracy’

From 4 years ago, but still relevant:

END RACE BASED LAW Daily News Canada

“Nine people — unelected people — apparently have the power to determine “what’s best for Canadian society”. With no reference to “the law”.

“What high Canadian official do you suppose recently said the following words:

“My job is simply to listen to what the parties have to say, and to do my best to understand the position, the ramifications of deciding one way or the other, to think about what’s best for Canadian society on this particular problem that’s before us, and give it my best judgment … ”

“Important work indeed. Sounds like a legislator. Perhaps a member of Parliament, a cabinet member, maybe even the Prime Minister? 

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