The 2018 Public Report on the Terrorism Threat to Canada would be a ho-hum read if it had limited it’s scope to identifying the expected culprits: 1. Sunni Islamist Extremists 2. Canadian Extremist Travellers who assist with terrorism in foreign countries 3. Shia Extremists 4.Extremists who Support Violent Means to Establish an Independent State Within India. This included Sikhs until Prime Minister Trudeau decided to remove them because he was visiting the Vancouver Sikh Temple.
Canada’s Left leaning Liberal Government then added a fifth type of extremism – a bundle of all the other bad things in their vocabulary – anti-government, anti-law enforcement, advocacy of white nationalism (supremacy), racial separation, anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, anti-immigration, male supremacy (misogyny), bigotry and homophobia. They couldn’t just call this Extremism. No – they had to assign these activities to their political rivals and call it Right-Wing Extremism.
Slick trick, right!? Liberals could never be racist, homophobic, bigots or misogynists, could they!? If anti-government is now extremism, how can we protest when we think the government has gone too far in some direction? Can a person be opposed to illegal immigration without being anti-immigration? Don’t some left wing social justice crusades embrace the bigotry of man-hating and white-shaming? Why isn’t eco-terrorism on the list? What about special interest terrorism by the fringe elements of animal rights, pro-life, environmental, anti-nuclear, and other movements? Isn’t it a form of bigotry to add ‘Right-Wing’ to any type of Extremism?
Unfortunately, in contemporary usage the terms “right”, “far right,” and “alt-right” have become verbal missiles lobbed daily at individuals and ideas that the liberal-left opposes.
– Walter Donway – Just Say “Racist” –
In Canada, the Left-wing is fighting to stay in power in two elections this year. The Province of Alberta will vote on April 16, 2019. Canada will go to the polls in the fall of this year.
Alberta’s ‘left of the Liberals’ NDP (New Democratic Party) is led by Premier Notley. Mr. Kenney’s United Conservative Party is the major opponent. As you might have guessed, Notley is attacking Mr. Kenney’s Conservative candidates by saying they are, yes, Right Wing Extremists.
It is unforgivable when Government tries to silence the opposition by using social engineering to influence attitudes and social behaviors on a large scale. It is unforgivable that mass and social media assist them.