June 11, 2021

-CAP For Canada


A bill that recently passed the U.S. Senate with strong two-party support would force the Biden administration to lay out plans for working with allies on China-related issues.

As reported by CBC News, an expansive section is included regarding Canada. The Canada portion of the bill is called the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act. It raises some challenging questions. If passed by the House of Representatives, it would force the administration to produce a report on Canada within 90 days.

The bill focuses on a plethora of timely issues related to the Trudeau government’s relationship with China. Trade, cyber-security, Huawei, 5G networks, mineral resources, defence, Arctic, global institutions, organized crime, and the spread of authoritarian government.

“It’s going to set a foundation for years to come about how the U.S. thinks about working with Canada vis à vis strategy.

Cultural Action Party hereby volunteer to read between the lines. In this regard, one must be mindful of the fact that the Canadian government provide well over a billion dollars per year to the CBC News corporation.

As a result, bias and obfuscation play a significant role. What CAP see is a lack of emphasis regarding U.S. lawmaker’s suspicion toward PM Justin Trudeau and the Chinese government.

While CBC do not indulge, students of Canadian politics would be wise to consider that the U.S. Government lack trust in the Canada-China relationship. Who can blame them? If media propaganda did not exist, it is like 98% of Canadians wouldn’t trust China either.

Then again, perhaps we don’t. A poll commissioned by the Angus Reid Institute in May, 2020, delivers tangible evidence:

“Just 14 per cent of adults in this country now say they have a positive opinion of China.” An inversion informs us that 86% of Canadians polled have a negative opinion of China.

Degree to which Justin Trudeau has integrated the will of the majority into Liberal-China political relations? Zero percent. How perfectly Trudeau’s disinterest in democracy aligns with governance within the behemoth nation of the Far East.

Is Canada in a situation where the Liberal’s dedication to China is so entrenched that the government of the U.S.A. has to intervene in order for change to occur?

Long term readers of CAP material know how we feel about this. In our opinion, the Liberal Party-China connection is one of the least understood phenomenons in Canadian history. As  expressed ad nauseum, this process began with ex-Liberal PM Pierre Trudeau. As media will refuse to own up to, the relationship went through the stratosphere after Justin Trudeau captured his Canadian crown.

For the past 50 years, establishment media in Canada have played their part in keeping the entire process on the low-down. Is the United States about to intervene to root out the relationship for all the world to see?

Without such an endeavour, Justin Trudeau’s pseudo-communist conversion of Canada will surely continue unabated.