JT: The question is not why does Justin Trudeau suddenly not love his country because the question is ridiculous. I live this country in my bones. Every breath I take and I’m not going to stand here and somehow defend that I actually do love Canada because we know I love Canada. This country is a country of openness, of respect, of compassion, of the rule of law, of the rights of the individuals of freedom, — freedom from fear, freedom from crime, freedom to love who you want and not be judged for it, freedom to do what you want with your body. These freedoms are the very things that Stephen Harper and his government are trying to take away. (“O Canada” plays) This is the coat of arms of the nation-state of Canada. It’s on every passport and in every government building in the country. It’s of the Gallo-British heraldic tradition. The supporters of the shield on the line of England and the unicorn of Scotland; they hold up the union flag and the fleur-de-lis flag of royalist France, which represents the two founding nations of Canada. The shield itself has three lions, that represent England the royal lion of Scotland, the golden harp represents Ireland, and the fleur-de-lis represents France and was the first heralded symbol raised in Canada. The three maple leaves at the bottom were to ensure the coat of arms was unmistakeably Canadian and has for many in later years come to represent native Canadians, or as they’re now called, First Nations. The Latin motto is from the Old Testament, Psalms 72:8, “He shall have dominion from sea to sea and from river until the end of the earth.” And the saying once was held that if you were not represented by Canadian heraldry you weren’t Canadian. But this thoroughly European Christian symbol no longer reflects the Canada of today nor the non-Western future its leaders are working feverishly to bring about. Canada has always been a house divided. Francophone Catholic and Protestant Anglophone Canadians have been at odds with each other since the French loss on the battlefield at the Plains of Abraham during the French-Indian War. However over the next two and a half centuries Canada built itself into being one of the wealthiest and highly developed nations on earth; very aware of itself as a European nation if not by geography but by culture and tradition, very similar to its Commonwealth cousins Australia and New Zealand. The Quiet Revolution during the 1960s and the rise of Francophone nationalism in Quebec was met with sweeping federal changes that would attempt to mend the divide in Canada via bilingualism and biculturalism. This was implemented with zeal in 1969 by newly-elected Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau; and by 1971 Canada had taken biculturalism — a system that was to develop the Canadian confederation on the basis of an equal partnership between the two founding races — to a full-blown state of multiculturalism. Canada was the originator and exported this ideology and has, with few exceptions, been implemented across the entire western world. It was in the same year that Canada saw, for the first time in its history, less than 50 percent of immigrants that arrived on its shores were non-European. It was also around this time when Canada changed its red ensign flag to its current red-and-white leaf. Fast forward to 2015 and Pierre’s son, the former substitute drama teacher and part-time ski instructor, Justin Trudeau — perhaps the most unqualified person to ever hold the office — became the 23rd Prime Minister of Canada, as he was able to ride the coattails of his playboy father and woo many of the nation’s female voters with his dreamy eyes. it was his grandfather that made the family fortune that freed his son Pierre from the need to work, just as Justin has never had to make a living for himself. His lack of experience coupled with a life of leisure and privilege has produced a prime minister very different from his predecessor. And because “it’s the current year” Justin has stated his ambition to completely overturn almost five centuries of the cultural character of the nation of Canada. Justin believes that Canada has no culture nor identity. Justin believes that Canadians whose families have lived in the country for centuries have no core or mainstream that newcomers need to assimilate toward. He goes beyond the concept of a propositional nation, and Trudeau has been very clear in his beliefs. He believes that immigrants convicted of terrorist offences should not have their citizenship and access to welfare benefits revoked. He has even said that if you kill your enemy they win. Thus in his world he believes that there is no core identity — no mainstream Canada — and he is working hard to convince his fellow Canadians of their lack of identity. According to Justin, Canada is becoming a new kind of state, defined not by its European history but by the multiplicity of its identities for all over the world. His embrace of a pan-cultural heritage makes him an avatar of his father’s vision. “There is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada,” he claimed. “There are shared values — openness, respect, compassion, willingness to work hard, to be there for each other, to search for equality and justice — those qualities are what make us the first post-national state.” For values to be shared that must be a common bond that not only fosters and hold them to be self-evident, but there must be an agreement on what values take precedence. Because Canada imports people by the hundreds of thousands every year that come from alien and incompatible cultures and then calls this diversity of strength, it’s had to produce a citizenship guide that among other things says “Canada’s openness and generosity do not extend to barbaric cultural practices that tolerates spousal abuse, honor killings, female genital mutilation, forced marriage, or other gender-based violence,” all of which of course are common practices values and beliefs held by millions of new Canadians. Justin Trudeau actually objected to the use of the word “barbaric” to describe things like genital mutilation and honor killings — comments he’s had to retract after fierce criticism of his naïveté. But while Justin espouses that all Canadians share the exact same values. the government via its citizenship guide is telling new Canadians that their values and thus their identity is not welcome in this new post-national country. It’s clear that different groups hold different values. Justin’s post national ideals are just that — ideals rooted in a post-Christian progressive ideology which is not shared by a wide swath of Canadians as well as a vast majority of newly-arrived immigrants, I might add. Justin believes that hyper-diversity such as that seen in Vancouver and Toronto is a strength because, in his own words, “People can eat both noodles and samosas in the same day.” His cognitive dissonance allows him to self-identify as a feminist and as a gay rights advocate but also celebrate diversity at a strict gender-segregated mosque in Ottawa. But his globalist view of Canada being a post-national state is not reflected in the tribalization and self-segregation that is happening in Canada’s largest metropolises. Canadian cities are becoming extremely segregated, with different ethnic enclaves taking shape and their people having a little interaction with other groups. Nor even is the need to learn the official languages of Canada necessary. In 1981 Canada only had six neighborhoods with ethnic enclaves; neighborhoods where more than 30 percent of the population is a visible minority. Now that number has mushroomed to more than 260. In cities like Vancouver, home to nearly half of these enclaves, neighborhoods are becoming increasingly defined by ethnicity. Unlike the racial ghettos in the U.S. or France, however, Canada’s ethnic communities are often shaped by choice. People have made the decision voluntarily to move to these areas. “The enclaves of today may have more staying power than the Little Italys and Jewish quarters of years past,” explained Muhammad Qader, professor emeritus of Urban and Regional Planning at Queen’s University. “They will continue to draw new immigrants who will keep on arriving as far as the eye can see,” he wrote in an email to the Post. “While Canada’s influx of Italians, Germans, Jews, and Greeks largely ended after only 10 or 20 years, India, China, and South Asia represent near-bottomless supplies of new Canadians.” Demographics is destiny — the unrelenting tide of people flushing into Canada as well as the rest of the Western world will shape what comes next. In fact, the Western world will most likely not exist in the very near future as it will no longer be made up by Western people and hence Western values. People in the Western world have long been okay with their slow demographic replacement in their own lands as they were always given the tacit promise that at least their values — Western values — would endure and be absorbed by the immigrants pouring in to replace them. And up till about the 1990s this was true and there was assimilation and common cause made between European Canadians and those arriving, and it worked creating Canadians of all ethnic backgrounds rooted in mainstream shared Canadian values and culture. But things have changed. Immigration has changed. There’s no longer an economic need to integrate, as Canada has generous social programs as well as ever-growing ethnic enclaves. Modern communications and banking have also made social integration much more difficult. In any event, it is clear that the endgame of this social experiment in multiculturalism that involves not only Canada but dozens of countries and hundreds of millions of people is about the annihilation of Western civilization. When the socialist experiment in the Soviet Union and its satellites collapsed there was still Poles in Warsaw, Hungarians in Budapest, and Czechs in Prague. When the music stops this time and the experiment fails — as it will, as all ground attempts at reshaping human nature do — what kind of society will there be on the streets of Vancouver, Toronto, London, Melbourne, Malmö, Marseille, Amsterdam, Miami? Without assimilation and common purpose being state policy, it’ll be one characterized by extreme tribalization and groups that share the same space having very little in common with each other. While ideologues like Justin Trudeau, a man who has never known anything but a life of privilege, tells Canadians that diversity is a strength because one can taste many different types of cuisine, he forgets the lessons of society’s characterized by diversity — places like the Raj India, Rwanda, Burma, Indonesia, Zimbabwe, Yugoslavia, Syria, and many others that when breakdown comes massive tribal violence follows. Throughout the centuries, cultures and societies always change. This is the nature of men. Nature abhors a vacuum as much as it does stagnation. But to experiment on an entire society — no, civilization — with an ideology that has been shown time after time after time throughout history to not work in the long run is not only irresponsible; it is evil. Trudeau may see Canada is the first post-national country in the world and in a way he’s right. Nations were formed through the assimilation of clans, tribes, and kingdoms. He just has it backward. Canada — and indeed the entire West — is regressing to a more disunified and tribal future; and thus that tick-tock ebb and flow of time marches along to a future nobody can predict. Please subscribe if you liked what you saw and follow Black Pigeon on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ and also see our new website for more information like the kind found in this video.