Battle Against Socialism - Canada's Corrupt Media
Socialism, Communism and the Takeover of North American Government
The Frankfurt School was a group of Marxist/communist intellectuals established in Germany in 1923. Later they fled Nazi Germany and settled at Columbia University in New York.
The political philosophy that emerged from this school is called ‘cultural Marxism’ after its focus on changing the basic culture of a nation.
It takes a long time to completely takeover a culture starting with the co-option of the institutions of the culture. These include higher learning, the media, and finally the educational system.
Socialist Canada is a warning sign for Americans
In Canada, 88% of people do NOT attend a religious service of any kind. After World War II, roughly 66% of Canadians attended Christian services weekly. Sadly, a similar drop in religion was also seen in Sweden. Although Sweden is now considered one of the more godless European countries, it was once a very religious, family oriented society.
What happened to Canada and Sweden? Socialism.
Canada Is Crumbling Under Socialist/Communist Policies of Trudeau
In an unprecedented move Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau just suspended the Canadian House of Commons of parliament “until further notice” on Friday. This is the first time this has happened in Canadian history. Some have called Trudeau’s behavior a “new low” for Canada as he even accuses opponents of being NAZIs.
Canada’s legacy media is bought and paid for
The Trudeau government has stuffed the pockets of Canada’s legacy media over the years by providing them with bailouts and other taxpayer handouts that have destroyed the objectivity and credibility of some of Canada’s biggest media outlets.
For Canadians to get a real understanding of what’s happening, they have to look to outlets like True North or the foreign press.
On today’s live episode of The Candice Malcolm Show, Candice will discuss how Trudeau successfully bought the media and Candice will also be taking your questions.
Corruption in Canada worst in a decade, finds international watchdog
Since 2015, the year Liberal leader Justin Trudeau became Prime Minister, Canada has fallen nine points, to a score of 74 out of 100 on the Transparency International's 2021 Corruption Perceptions Index. No country has seen a bigger drop in ratings since 2017 than Canada.
While the latest ranking is Canada's worst in a decade, the country remained at the top of the rankings in the Americas, where progress on stamping out corruption has "ground to a halt" and democracies like Chile and the United States rank even lower.
Trudeau Laughing with the Corrupt Media