"The consensus from Canada’s elites has been to condemn the very idea of listing our values, let alone asking newcomers to respect and adhere to them.The lure of One-World Government (no national boundaries), under total Leftist control of course, is seductive. Because: Love, doncha know. Make everybody LOVE everybody else, and presto: utopia.
But a far more controversial idea about Canadian values and identity was recently proposed by our very own prime minister. And the media barely batted an eyelash.
Late last year, Justin Trudeau told the New York Times that Canada is becoming a new kind of country, not defined by our history or European national origins, but by a “pan-cultural heritage”.
“There is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada,” Trudeau said, concluding that he sees Canada as “the first post-national state.”
Even the New York Times called the suggestion “radical.”
"He doesn’t think there is anything special about Canadian history or traditions.Trudeau is Canada's version of Obama, only stupider... if that's even possible.
Instead, he suggests Canada is nothing but an intellectual construct and a hodgepodge of various people, from various backgrounds, who just happen to live side by side in the territory known as Canada.
Trudeau seems embarrassed, even ashamed of our Western culture and values.
Far from standing up for Canada and promoting our core principles at home and abroad, Trudeau frequently apologizes for Canada.
That’s why he feels no shame in speaking at a segregated mosque, where women and girls are forbidden from entering through the front door, or sitting in the main hall.
He can call himself a “feminist” while also tolerating the subjugation and segregation of women, when it suits his political interests.
That is also why, while in China, Trudeau told the one-party authoritarian state that Canada, too, is imperfect when it comes to human rights.
Trudeau blurred the distinction between Canada’s peaceful, free society and that of a communist dictatorship.
He equated Canada — a democratic country that always strives for peace, justice, liberty and equality — to a closed regime with a sordid history."