Documents obtained under access to information show a real stretch on the definition of racism.
When did being objective in considering an issue become the mark of a white supremacist?
The same goes for having a sense of urgency or the other false markers listed. This course, currently being forced on Canada’s civil servants, even questions the name and existence of Canada.
“Racism and colonialism foundational to this place we now call Canada,” reads the heading for one “fact” listed under “Myths and Facts.”
What is White Supremacy as defined by radical leftist liberals?
- When black and indigenous people commit crimes and are then jailed – this is white supremacy.
- Gentrification (even if it’s Asian or brown people moving into neighborhoods)
- Expecting BIPOC to educate you when you ask them questions about their lunacy
- Not believing experiences of BIPOC – make sure to blindly trust them in everything
- organizations like the Proud Boys, despite it being public knowledge that people of all colours and backgrounds are on their roster.
“Canada — a colonial settler society — is a concept based on many myths, including European discovery and harmonious multiculturalism,” the section reads in part.
While participants in this training, offered up by Global Affairs Canada, are told to question the very name of the country, they’re also informed not to question other points such as the claim that only white people can be racist. The first “myth” the course attempts to bust is that if you aren’t white, then you can’t be racist.
“Myth #1 Reverse racism exists, BIPOC can be racists towards white people,” – See our anti-white racism section for all the blatant racism against whites in western society.
“While assumptions and stereotypes about white people do exist, this is considered racial prejudice, not racist m,” participants are informed. “Thus, racial prejudice can indeed be directed at white people (e.g. ‘white people can’t dance’) but is not considered racism because of the systemic relationship to power.”