January 04, 2016

Why Canada will go from Trudeau to Trump in four years

William HadrianRebel Blogger
 

Within the next decade, Canada will produce its own Donald Trump like character.

Now I can guess some readers’ immediate reaction: “That’s impossible!” “Canada’s so profoundly different than the United States!" and so on.

We Canadians often embellish distinguishing characteristics like universal health care (and, ironically, our aversion to over-the-top displays of patriotism...) to set ourselves apart from America. We become blinded by chauvinism (induced, perhaps, by drinking too many "double doubles.")

Yes, Canada is different in many ways, but Trumpism will emerge in Canada because Canada suffers from the same illness that currently afflicts the US: political correctness.

It is not conservatism that has produced the phenomena that is Donald Trump; instead, it is the result of decades of leftist ideology, and the failure of mainstream conservatives to combat it.

The result is the inevitable rise of a man who talks about building a giant wall and boycotting Macy’s.

Blame Trump's insurgency on a Hollywood culture that commemorates Bruce Jenner as "woman of the year"; on conservative animosity towards a Republican majority Senate that supports funding Planned Parenthood; and on their Commander-in-Chief's refusal to use the word "Islam" when describing a terrorist attack. Meanwhile, the Media Party continues to laud Obama as the greatest president in history.

The substance that created this animosity -- Obama's campaign slogan "Hope and Change" -- is now alive and well in Canada; Trudeau called it "sunny ways," remember?

We’re already seeing the same kind of contempt from the Left in Canada that set the stage for the conservative/Trump backlash in the United States. When hundreds gathered outside Queen’s Park to protest the radical new sex-ed curriculum (one created during the tenure of a convicted child pornographer), Ontario Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne dismissed these parents' objections as homophobia.

The Liberal Party now wants to change our voting system without holding a referendum. Did you see CBC anchor Alicia Asquith trying on her own hijab in solidarity with the #‎JeSuisHijabi campaign? Need I even mention Trudeau's pair of taxpayer funded nannies?

The only person capable of taking down this system is an outspoken populist outsider who will ignore and ultimately destroy the political correctness the Left uses to silence all dissent.

Mainstream conservatives cannot combat this because most still believe in appeasement. Stephen Harper’s government was only moderately conservative. He silenced backbenchers who wanted to talk about abortion or gay marriage. He put out a large stimulus package during the 2008 recession.

Yet how did the Left and its Media Party minions depict Stephen Harper? As an evil ultra-conservative who muzzles scientists, jumps for joy when polar bears drown, is reluctant to react when aboriginal women are murdered and who is referred to as "Heir Harper" by one-time CBC employee Mary Walsh.

When a photo of a drowned boy washed up on the shores of the Bosporus went viral, the Media Party depicted Conservative Minister of Immigration Chris Alexander as having blood on his hands.

Now imagine throwing Don Cherry and Rob Ford into a blender: There is your Canadianized Donald Trump. I see it forming every day. I see it when Justin Trudeau says "Canadian values" and Islam have “shared beliefs in justice, fairness, equality”.

I see it when Windsor, Ontario, a place where unemployment is at 9% (the highest in Canada) is obligated to accept over 2,000 refugees.

I see it when immigrants are permitted to swear their oath of citizenship while wearing a niqab, and others recant their loyalty to the Queen of Canada immediately afterwards.

This decadent and debauched leftist ideology is alive in Canada, but a large swath of this country is tired of political correctness. Four years of Trudeau's "sunny ways" will create an atmosphere perfect for a maple syrup-covered Donald Trump to emerge.

 

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commented 2016-01-05 11:24:03 -0500
Sam,

Do you know how the nomination works? The GOP hate Trump and don’t want anything to do with him. They will want to give it to Rubio or Cruz – who are expected to do very well in the coming months.
commented 2016-01-05 05:08:47 -0500
I hope the writer is correct but for this to happen the “conservative” party desperately needs to un-cuck itself. The interim Cuckservative leader – Rona Ambrose – called Donald Trumps prudent Muslim immigration plan “ridiculous”. The previous Cuckservative leader Stephen Harper flooded Canada with over half a MILLION Muslim! The Cuck Stephen Harper DOUBLED the muslim population in Canada. Is that the way forward for the CURRENT “conservative” party? If so we need to quickly form a NEW NATIONALIST party in this country! It is our only hope of survival!

Just as Ezra Levant was able to quickly form a successful online media website (with more web traffic than Macleans and Rabble.ca ) perhaps Ezra can be instrumental in forming this new Canadian FREEDOM party. The “conservative” party of Stephen Harper and Jason Kenney (a self-proclaimed 47 year old virgin OR is he a closet-case? hmmm) is a relic from the past beyond saving
commented 2016-01-05 03:49:58 -0500
I for one agree with William Hadrian’s basic premise… There is opportunity here for an articulate conservative to rise through the ranks in the coming years and gradually gather followers not only in Western Canada but conservatives being hosed in Ontario and The Maritimes… But he or she has to be VERY ARTICULATE and sincere, so much so that average Canadians can sense they are not being “played”… A logical start for such a person would be to first address the concept of Western Separation, thus establishing a base from Manitoba to British Columbia, and then move on to address the disaffected in the East… In the coming years there will be hundreds of examples of Liberal lies and mismanagement to catalogue and throw back in their faces… The key here is, a dynamic speaker who is not afraid to debate anyone and take on the main stream media… I have no doubt that in November this year our American neighbours will vote to regain their country’s traditional values and role in the world… That should be strong impetus for real Canadians to do likewise in the coming four years…
commented 2016-01-05 03:46:58 -0500
“The only person capable of taking down this system is an outspoken populist outsider who will ignore and ultimately destroy the political correctness the Left uses to silence all dissent.”

Huh…that reminds me of someone….
commented 2016-01-05 02:25:57 -0500
Of course Trump is going to win the republican nomination. Who can possibly beat him?
commented 2016-01-04 20:36:21 -0500
Trump won’t even get the nomination, so what difference does it really make? He will never be President.
commented 2016-01-04 20:07:16 -0500
I do hope this hapens. It could be my opportunity to get into politics. After 20+ years of Govt. service all Id need to do is post my suspensions on a resume for saying what everyone else was thinking and Id be a “shoe in”. It would choke my guts to no end to talk to an individual at 1500hrs and theyre the most gossimer winged, politically correct liberal you could ever meet and then talk to the same person, same topic a week later on night shift 0300hrs and its like they joined the KKK. No chance of being overheard and having a glass ceiling of being labelled a bigot, racist or some kind of “phobe” placed over your head. Pick and ideology that you believe in, stand by it and lets get this crap sorted out. Quit blowing with the wind.
commented 2016-01-04 19:18:00 -0500
“I see it- Doug Ford for Prime Minister. "

Won’t ever happen. A number of CPC candidates and MPs openly blame that little presser with the Ford brothers right before the election for losing a number of prominent Conservative candidates their seats, if they had stayed out the CPC could well have held onto at least a balance-of-power position in a minority government. The family is toxic, and that lesson will not be forgotten by the party anytime soon. They only had the influence they had because Doug Ford Sr, was a very close family friend to Jim Flaherty.
commented 2016-01-04 19:12:47 -0500
Rob Ford was just such an outsider. He was completely ineffective and only really held sway for about six months before people started ignoring him. Being the “outsider” stops working once you’re an insider, when you campaign based on opposing the powers that be, what happens when you become that power? You no longer have an enemy, and all too often there’s not much else in the platform to work with. In a system like Canada’s, or even moreso, America’s, being the divisive a-hole that nobody likes just doesn’t work, since the system is set up with the infamous “checks and balances” to override it.

Harper was widely disliked but he was also an insider who knew which levers to pull and how to work within the system, and how to make enough friends to hold onto power despite his enemies. I doubt someone like Trump, or Ford, or even the various other far-right crackpots that occasionally bubble to the surface, could do the same.
commented 2016-01-04 18:31:48 -0500
I agree Sam. Canada IS fundamentally different. It has taken me well over a decade to come back to terms with the fact that the Canadian electorate cannot be pulled pushed or reasoned with to be and vote conservatively. We offered a very light version of conservatism under Harper and THAT was too much. Indeed, we continue to have to fight tooth and nail just to barely grab onto free speech, seeing some success but ultimately defeat on this front. We continue transfer payments and aboriginal welfare as you said, and no one dare call the healthcare system “rationing”. My uncle is right now in a hospital having his brain cavity drained from blood because of the malpractice of healthcare officials. Had they acted right away, and not denied him the scans he needed when he had a stroke, all the damage done to his brain could have been avoided. But who will be his advocate? You can’t sue the government. And the media doesn’t care. No one dare care. Canadian socialism is a failure but we have to keep pretending it is functioning just fine. Canadians will NOT hear another version of their reality.
commented 2016-01-04 18:23:54 -0500
Keep dreaming, but Canada won’t get a Trump any time soon. Canadians are too scared stupid to say that they vote conservative. Canadians are afraid of being accused of being racist for not giving into the aboriginals. Canadians have been brought up to think that owning a business makes you a slave driver.

The other thing is, the political structure does not allow the rise of one politician, the way the americans have a president. Can you imagine the conservative party of canada letting in such a person to be their leader? Won’t happen.
commented 2016-01-04 16:34:03 -0500
I see it- Doug Ford for Prime Minister.
commented 2016-01-04 15:50:58 -0500
Also as much as I like the idea of the west separating, I can’t see enough supporters with the cajonies to ever make that happen. A lot more right wingers need to seriously wake up.
commented 2016-01-04 15:46:03 -0500
I’m inclined to agree with Rush Limbaugh when he says that politics in the US is fundamentally changing and I see the same happening here. Whereas in the past, politics has always been politics but in the end all parties did what they honestly felt was in the best interest of the country, what’s changed is that the left has developed such a hatred for the right that they seriously want to shut it down permanently as well as all dissenting opinion. Here they want to change our voting system and in the US they are actually trying to change the first amendment to allow climate change deniers to be prosecuted. Criticisim of Islam will be next as they will try to shut down sites like jihad watch and even this one. The censorship has been going on for some time already. They’ve lost all patriotism for their country and with all their white guilt they want to take away as much of our wealth as possible and give it to all the minorities they perceive that we’ve wronged. They hate the idea of white Europeans having built these countries on the backs of minorities and so now the minorities should have their turn. They own the media, academia, the unions (which includes law officers), the courts, human rights tribunals and now are rigging the system to desperately stay in power politically to achieve their agenda. No one is going to come and save us so we are on our own folks. I certainly hope we find a Trump in this country and I hope he wins in the states because we need to organize and fight tooth and nail against this treasonous bs.
With enough numbers, the left will give our country over to Islam without ever firing a shot.
commented 2016-01-04 13:52:58 -0500
I agree except for one thing. There is a rising separatist movement in western Canada, particularly in Alberta but Saskatchewan and BC are also simmering. So far Trudeau is proceeding just as Daddy would’ve wanted him to and he just may be the one that pushes the west to leave confederation. Personally, I hope he does since progressivism in the east has gotten to the point of the ridiculous and what’s more the Liberals are working to usurp our democracy to a voting system that would make them the government forever. Western Canada knows that to have any chance of forming a national government a leader from the west (such as Harper) must appease the east and the liberal establishment thereby becoming a blue Liberal at best. But the moment he starts trying to inject common sense he is immediately and relentlessly assaulted.

So fine, have it your way. Just don’t grip when we take our toys, and cash, with us.
commented 2016-01-04 13:49:35 -0500
Several good points on the reasons WHY Canada should have its own Trump in four years. But I fail to see HOW that could possibly happen. Without a single one pop-media outlet that is conservative in principle like Fox News and some conservative radio in the US, there is ZERO chance that it can happen in Canada. (Please don’t mention the red tory rag that is the NP as a qualified “conservative” outlet; it just isn’t in any way.)
commented 2016-01-04 11:43:24 -0500
I would pay admission to see the day the Donald meets our lightweight PM.