Canada's Trojan Horse
Canada's greatest irony is that by legislating Multiculturalism into the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, we've actually fallen under the control of a single culture or ideology: The ideology of neo-Marxism. Within both the Canadian Charter and the Multicultural Act of 1988, this ideology is implicit rather than explicit. It can be deduced from the implied endorsement of cultural relativism and affirmative action policy. Marxism has been repackaged but it's essentially the same product. You may already be aware that this ideology is rooted in conflict theory, which is a theory that classifies people into antagonistic groups as a prelude to a totalitarian dictatorship.
Neo-Marxism is a Trojan Horse with no legitimate place in the government of a free country. Yuri Bezmenov, Soviet defector and former KGB propaganda agent, exposed the true source and purpose of progressivism. He explained that Soviet Russia conducted a massive deception, beginning shortly after the 1917 communist conquest of Russia, to persuade certain gullible intellectuals to believe that the Soviets had succeeded in creating a Marxist, socialist utopia. The KGB offered guided tours of certain locations that created this impression, while carefully keeping their guests drunk and preventing them from ever taking independent excursions throughout the rest of the Soviet Union, where they would have seen the true totalitarian state. The deceptions of the Soviets led to the Marxist-founded Frankfurt School. The influence of this school eventually produced neo-Marxist, post-modern thinkers. By the 1960's and 70's this school of thought had a generation under its spell, including Canada's Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. The deception remains extant, as these ideas have gone mainstream, dominating the influential spheres of media, politics and the United Nations.
Bezmenov explained that the "progressive" ideas promoted by the Soviets are part of a psychological warfare program they called Active Measures, or Ideological Subversion. Our universities are so thoroughly indoctrinated by this time that the Cultural Studies professors use the same terminology as the KGB: Professors explicitly state that ideological subversion, also known as cultural subversion, is the objective of the Cultural Studies program. The objective of psychological warfare is to render people incapable of psychological self defense. Yuri Bezmenov explains how equality and relativism are two ideas that they use to destabilize or disarm countries. According to Bezmenov,
"All you have to do to "screw up" the status quo of a free nation, is to borrow ONE false idea from the ideology of a communist or totalitarian government."
(Love Letter to America, 1984)
If all cultures are relative and equal, how can people identify a potential threat? If totalitarianism, Communism, and Islamic theocracy are all equal to Classical Civilization and Western liberal democracy, then how can you identify an enemy? How can you defend yourself if you cannot identify the threat? And there it is. By accepting neo-Marxist progressivism, you are rendered psychologically disarmed, defenceless, and docile.
Pierre Trudeau and Brian Mulroney ensured that equality and relativism were legislated into fundamental Canadian documents. This compromises social stability and national security. Affirmative Action Policy and the Multicultural Policy are the deceptive conceptual "gifts" of a Soviet legacy. These "beautiful" ideas play host to a hostile force. The best thing for Canada would be to purge neo-Marxism from government legislation: Roll the Trojan Horse back outside the gate.
Ann T. Commi