Now that Liberal government is in the saddle, let us review what happened in recent elections. The open, detestable and nauseating interference by Obama is too well known to make a comment. The recent elections in Canada should be an eye-opener for any honest person, but I find it so disconcerting that almost all political leaders tend to gloss over the facts. Some purposely do so, since they gained by this clear violation of the basic code of conduct and others since they are afraid of the onslaught by the perpetrators and their cohorts. A most telling comment came from a Punjabi radio station in Oakville, Ontario, where host Kamandeep Singh Gill saw the Liberal win as an answer to prayer: “People outside Canada, especially Punjab, were praying for a Trudeau win. Their prayers and phone calls have been answered.”
How positively fascinating. Now, why would non-Canadians in the Punjab region in India so thrilled by their gods answering their prayers by the re-election of Justin Trudeau as prime minister?
Obviously, for this to be the case, there must be, at least a hope, some tangible or intagible benefit for the Sikhs in Punjab. What is the benefit? The source article, taken from Liberal-Globalist media publication, New Canadian Media, refrains from spelling out what the exact benefit is for Punjab, and it’s 16 million Sikh citizens.
Therefore, one is forced to guess. This is our thinking: The reason Punjab is thrilled is that Canada is being set-up to become a diaspora “mini-state” for the Sikhs of the world.
This is the reason why Justin Trudeau and family sported South Asian Silk outfits while prancing around at the Taj Mahal. It is the reason Trudeau danced a mean “Bollywood Shuffle” while visiting India. Justin’s ubiquitous dedication to all-things-Sikh informs he is aware–as well as fully on board–with the transformation of Brampton and additional ridings into a monolithic Sikh geographic entity.
What evidence do we have of such a thing? A look at the results is a piece of sufficient evidence. Taking a look at the five Brampton, Ontario ridings in 2019, here are the results–
Brampton West: Liberal Kamal Khera
Brampton South: Liberal Sonia Sidhu
Brampton North: Liberal Ruby Sahota
Brampton Centre: Liberal Ramesh Sangha
Brampton East: Liberal Maninder Sidhu
In the adjoining city of Mississauga, the results are equally telling:
Mississauga-Streetsville: Liberal Gagan Sikand
Mississauga-Erin Mills: Liberal Iqra Khalid
Mississauga-Lakeshore: Liberal Sven Spengemann
Mississauga Centre: Liberal Omar Alghabra
Mississauga East-Cooksville: Liberal Peter Fonseca
Mississauga-Malton: Liberal Navdeep Bains
The two wins by non-South Asian are offset by the win in nest door Oakville where first Hindu candidate won- Anita Anand
How subtle a hint is it that, in fact, Brampton today exists as a monolithic Sikh-Canadian political stronghold, while Mississauga ios dominated by the Muslim majority. Why will this phenomenon decrease, rather than increase, over the next few decades? Answer–it won’t. Rather, it does appear some vocal and assertive communities in Canada are headed for giant success within Canadian politics, as well as society as a whole. I am afraid we are building an enclave of a couple of communities- and these two communities have a history of acrimony, and that is the antithesis of our total integrated Canadian identity. Honestly, I am tempted to term it as the beginning of the process of a political phenomenon called “Balkanization.” Balkanization is a derogatory geopolitical term for the process of fragmentation or division of a region or state into smaller regions or states that are often hostile or uncooperative with one another.
And, this is true not only of Brampton and Mississauga but of other places as well.
In modern times, this term is most often associated with the former European nation of Yugoslavia. What transpired as a result? The break up of their country into different nations-Croatia, Serbia, Kosovo, Slovenia, Bosnia, Macedonia.
Hopefully, this never happens in Canada, and I am sure, sane elements shall prevail and this fearful eventuality shall never come to pass. If this were to occur within Canada it would look something like this– separate countries of Quebec, Alberta or Western Canada, Sikh Canada, Chinese Canada, Muslim Canada.
Is this why Punjab are so damn thrilled with King Justin? There is a reasonable chance this is the case.
How “post-modern” Canada is this? Only 100%. Remember–Justin Trudeau killed Canada’s identity with his “No Core Identity” proclamation. Not a single citizen approved this— an entirely unilateral decision–just as Papa Pierre did with official “multiculturalism.”
So–are PM Trudeau and backroom European-derived advisor Gerald Butts working toward the break up of Canada? Is there something to be learned from the fact that every riding in the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan went Conservative(save one NDP riding).
Yes, there is–thanks to hare-brained policies and so-called political correctness. Canadians are more divided than at any point in modern history. Eastern Canada liberalism versus Western Canada nationalism.
Clearly, a political fissure of the highest order. Clearly defined “battle lines.” Media say not a word. Is Canada headed for a geographic break-up, Balkanization-style? As I said hopefully not. But let us not forget that even the talk of such an eventuality is full of potential danger. The recent victory for PM Trudeau was, in fact, a giant victory for 3rd World Canada- the very reason why biased media- both print and electronic- has buried the entire phenomenon.
According to Canadian ethnic media, “Liberals were trying to “relax” immigration rules so that more permanent residents could become citizens and thus avail voting rights. The Conservatives, they said, are seen as champions of English and French-speaking Canadians, while being less friendly to refugees, immigrants, and minorities.”
Total division. Third World on one side, white Canada on the other. This raises a very pertinent question: How are democratic nations–as well as those of history– generally destroyed? History tells us that it is done in two ways. It can be by a war against foreign nations, and war within the country. The war against Canada is a “post-modern” battle to divide and conquer the fading “Great White North.”
I strongly believe that this nation has hundreds and thousands of patriots- including a large number from the pampered communities as well-who have the national interest at heart and want a strong, dominant, prosperous Canada of their dreams and a fragmented nation likely to degenerate into a third world country of warring groups like Somalia.