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Diversity Quotas Set Up Systemic Prejudice Against White Canadian

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Diversity Quotas Set Up Systemic Prejudice Against White Canadians

“There is no plan to end discriminatory hiring requirements for quota-bound research program — even as targets are met, Commons hears.”

Brad SalzbergMay 13


“Canada’s budget 2024: Canada never needed hundreds of hyper-targeted anti-oppression-themed grants to function, but we’re getting it.”

You can say that again, in spades. Beneath the surface of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion(DEI) ideology lies a bug in the system no one ever speaks of. Not government, nor media, or Canada’s vengeful, hyper-woke academic world.

“Canadian universities, at the direction of the federal Liberal government and the research granting agencies for which it’s responsible, have made race- and sex- based discrimination a matter of everyday business. And they don’t seem to have a plan to pare it back.”

. Instituted by Canada’s Liberal government, moves such as this continue to push a poorly understood agenda of systemic social inversion.

“The current opening for a Canada Research Chair in physics (specifically, quantum sensing) at the University of New Brunswick, which has been vacant for one whole year, will not accept applications from white men. Similarly, white people can’t apply to Dalhousie’s opening for a chair in industrial engineering.

There is no plan to end discriminatory hiring requirements for quota-bound research program — even as targets are met, Commons hears.”

Serving as a microcosm for general society, critical questions should be emanating from these developments. That none of them are being addressed by Canadian media is serious cause for concern.

The fundamental question evaded, CAP lay it on the line:

Where does it stop? Applying the query in a broader context elicits further speculation. Will there ever come a time at which the Liberals and their woke special interest financial recipients arrive at a point of satiation?

“Okay, Ms. He/She/They, reasonable DEI quota achievement has been met, time to scale-back the agendas.”

Or will they go on indefinitely– as in,  forever. For Cultural Action Party [est.2016] this may take the cake as the most relevant socio-political question of our times. On this basis, readers can count on Canadian media remaining entirely mum on the subject.

By now, we know the way they roll. In the present, during the time period in which social issues reach a critical apex, CBC, Toronto Star, Globe & Mail say nothing. Years beyond, once the damage is completed, Canadians begin to comprehend how they have been screwed over.

“We pursue policies that were established in law by the Federal Court and subject to a mediation that was overseen by the Canadian Human Rights Commission. Those policies are contained in an addendum to the program and are set to ensure that by the year 2030, the Canada Research Chairs Program will ‘look’ more like Canada…”

Let us drill down on the “look more like” dynamic. Projecting into the future, at a time when Anglophones comprise 30% of our population, will diversity quotas be put in place to protect Canada’s latest iteration of a “minority” community?

Never is our nihilistic response. Certainly not with a Liberal Party government in place, and likely, not at all. In this is to be discovered what PM Justin Trudeau meant when he declared Canada a “post-modern” society.

In time, Canada will become an inverted society. Whites to the bottom of the social ladder, “racialized” in the driver’s seat.  One major reason being that when it comes to DEI, multiculturalism, immigration, LGBT et al, no ceiling exists to demarcate the success of these social policy initiatives.

“The strict enforcement of diversity rules has indeed changed the demographics of the Canada Research Chairs program. As of last September, it surpassed its 2029 racial minority quota of 22 per cent [now up to 29 percent], but the racially exclusionary job ads persist.”

Bingo. And what, pray-tell, what will occur at a point when the representation reaches 51%?

“A job well done, go soak your feet in warm water.”

It will never happen. As for legacy media, they publish what those who provide their income stream want them to publish. Just as important, the press omit what the Liberals want them to omit.

For example, a “little thing” called the fate of English Canada, and its Anglo-European communities. The composite can fit on the head of a pin– they write nothing at all.

[Conservative MP Michelle]Rempel Garner: Has the Tri-Council undertaken any work to articulate what conditions would have to be established for those hiring practices to be eliminated? And has that work been communicated to the federal government?

Hewitt: So, right now we operate under the terms and conditions that were set by the Federal Court and the Canadian Human Rights Commission, so —

Rempel Garner: But I’m asking you, has any work been done by the Tri-Council to either set the conditions by which race-based hiring targets, or practices, would be eliminated?

Hewitt: I think we want to get to the targets first and then have the conversation about whether we would need them —

Rempel Garner: But we’re close! We’re there, right?

Hewitt: Well, we’re not quite there —

Rempel Garner: We’re really close.

Hewitt: We’re not quite there and a lot can happen in the next few years.

Spoken like a true woke academic tot funded by the Liberal government of Canada. Now, imagine questions of this nature being posited to PM Trudeau:

“Based on socio-economic conditions, will there be a point at which your government scales back immigration quotas?”

Um…I’m really not sure, try asking your mother.

Based on demographic balance achieved by way of immigration, will there come a time when funding for multicultural initiatives get scaled back?

Ah…um…diversity is our strength. Interview’s over.

Returning to the tangible, we offer up the following affirmations drawn from the National Post:

“On affirmative action, the budget heralded the expansion of the Employment Equity Act, which currently sets employment ‘targets’ for women, visible minorities, Indigenous people and the disabled in the federal public sector.”

“Labour Minister Seamus O’Regan announced that Black people and LGBT people will each get their own target (quota).”

A race-obsessed national government. That’s what Trudeau’s “no core identity” Canada has delivered to our country. Political science buffs may want to consider historical examples of this dynamic, and how it played out in the long-run.

“As far as job funding goes, the budget set aside $351.2 million to be used in 2025-26 to fund 90,000 jobs for youth. More than half of this money will go to the Canada Summer Jobs Program, which prioritizes applicants who provide work opportunities for disabled, non-white and LGBT youth.

Down the road, at a time when whites comprise 20% of our national demographic, will the same structure exist?

At the core of this structure exists a spectacular irony. Currently, white Canadians comprise the majority of major journalists in our country. For how long will the woke tolerate this piece of “racism”?

Like all other sectors, the structure will be thrashed to pieces until an inversion occurs. Based on the “colour and quota” theory espoused by the Liberals, white Canadians will eventually transition to a bona-fide minority community. And not only a minority– but even more tantalizing for the woke brigade– a persecuted minority.

In other words, Anglophone citizens could transition to what the DEI crowd claim is the condition of racialized and gay communities at present. This isn’t equality– it’s vengeance. At the heart of the woke movement lies bitterness and hatred, not equitability.

Consultations for the Changing Narratives Fund recommended the money subsidize newsroom positions for non-white journalists and students, support training and leadership initiatives for non-white journalists and even back a potential BIPOC+ wire service.”

“Those consulted  believed that Canadian news, film and television need to normalize BIPOC/non-cis gatekeepers and decision-makers at every level of the media and the arts, from assignment editors to granting authorities.”

By way of government, media and academia, “Old Stock” Canadians are set-up for a silent fall.