originally published April 21, 2019, updated July 8, 2019 by Simone Georges
Mr. Speaker, I want to bring to the member’s attention that Canada is a nation of immigrants. We are a nation of immigrants and we have one of the finest immigration policies anywhere in the world. Our policy is continuously evolving to respond to the needs of Canadians and to fulfill our commitment on the international scene in conformity with the United Nations. – Mac Harb, Liberal MP, House Of Commons, October 2001
Is this accurate? Is Canada a nation of immigrants? Canada was first settled by pioneers who came to a largely uninhabited land, cultivated farms, built homes, established businesses and made something out of nothing. There was no receiving society into which they integrated; they made a society out of the wilds of a world where none existed for thousands of forested kilometres. To immigrate somewhere is to leave a society and join another existing society. Yes, many Canadians are immigrants, but the nation was built by settlers who fought against nature and starvation, established farms and cities and created a country. So, whether or not Canada is a nation of immigrants is debatable. Our prime minister in waiting, Andrew Scheer, has stated that it is (1), and I will not detract from his words except to insist on the difference between the hardy settlers of our great nation and the current migrants who freely benefit from our many social systems (2).
Canada has had a chequered attitude towards immigration, going through phases of non-receptivity to openness, depending on the labour requirements of the country (3)(4). As Canada became more socialist, the waters have become more muddied. In 1988 with the passing of the Multiculturalism Act, all immigrants received the right to benefit from all social programs in Canada. As far back as the National Medical Care Act of 1967, immigrants became eligible for free healthcare at the expense of the taxpayer. A while before that, Unemployment Insurance Act (1940)(5) was passed and shortly after the granting of ‘baby bonuses’ (1945) began (6). These are only a few of the many social welfare systems, some of which are specifically designed for new-comers, that are in place in current-day Canada – all at the expense of the taxpayer (free English courses, social welfare, start-up funds, preferential free housing, etc.). Fraser Institute did a monumental study in which they analysed the cost of immigration on the Canadian economy. They determined that the total fiscal cost to the government (or the taxpayer) of recent immigrants ranges from $16.3 billion to $23.6 billion annually as of 2011(7). Since 2017, what is the real cost? It would be illuminating to find this out!
With the advent of the Syrian war with thousands of refugees flooding the country, and Trudeau’s ill-advised tweet in January of 2017, the problem became exacerbated.
The inflow of refugees and migrants began to represent a substantial amount of taxpayer dollars. As of January, of last year, Canada has accepted nearly 50,000 Syrian refugees with another 20,000 waiting for approval (8). Fully 60% of these do not speak English or French. By April of this year, some 40,000 so-called ‘irregular migrants’ have walked across Canada’s southern border via illegal entry points such as the infamous Roxham Rd. (9). Now here is the monumental question: how much is this costing taxpayers through our social systems? Some follow-up questions would be: how many actually obtain gainful employment? How many actually have learned one of our official languages? Can they become contributing members of society if they don’t learn English or French and therefore do not obtain employment?
Canada is heading into a recession (10). We have seen tens of thousands of jobs flee the province of Alberta with the downturn in the Canadian oil industry. Thousands of jobs have left Ontario with the mis-handling of the USMCA and various tariffs being applied on our exports to our largest trading partner. The situation as it stands shows a much higher population of job-seekers with fewer jobs being available. A Federal carbon tax and higher taxes on small businesses represents higher financial burdens on the working Canadians. The Canadian dollar is being devalued, our economy is slowing perceptibly, and interest rates are increasing substantially. All these are factors of an incipient recession.
The policy of the government is to foster the growth of the population of Canada by the encouragement of immigration. The government will seek by legislation, regulation and vigorous administration, to ensure the careful selection and permanent settlement of such numbers of immigrants as can be advantageously absorbed in our national economy. It is a matter of domestic policy […] The people of Canada do not wish as a result of mass immigration to make a fundamental alteration in the character of our population. -William Lyon Mackenzie King (1947)
Concurrent with the previous red flags, the signing of the UN Compact on Migration by the Trudeau government in December of 2018 has been the cause of enormous dismay to taxpayers, viewing it as an attack on our sovereignty, handing our immigration over to the UN. Agenda 2030 makes it very clear that borders are unimportant, and Canada is slated for a huge influx of migrants, all of whom have the right to all our social systems. Along with this, Canadians have seen attacks on their freedoms through M-103 which curtails the right to speak ill of Islam specifically (11). Agenda 2030 also makes it clear that the receiving country must make every effort to adjust to newcomers. Suddenly William Lyon Mackenzie King’s words become very pertinent. The very fabric of our society is being forced to adjust to newcomers. As far back as 1907 Sir Wilfred Laurier stated:
What is the fallout of all these factors?
Canadians are among the most generous and welcoming people in the world – or they used to be. While I was growing up in Quebec and Ontario, we saw many immigrants move into our neighbourhood and generally found that a novel and interesting occurrence with no anti-immigrant emotion. My mother would invite the new family over or bring them some of her preserves to make them welcome and many of the neighbours would do the same. In the classroom, the children would make friends with the newcomers and we barely noticed the colour of their skin or their differences.
This is who we used to be. This is who we should be.
But how can this idyllic situation continue? The tide is turning. The influx of illegals, the advent of sanctuary cities in Canada, the buy-out of the media by the Trudeau government (12)… so many factors, so many attacks on our tolerance and human kindness are causing a quiet rage to begin building. We are reaching our limit.
So, what is happening? The rage is being misdirected, the real issue is lost and more and more Canadians are becoming anti-immigration (13). They become unable to see that the problem is not immigration, the problem is ILLEGAL migration. Furthermore, the problem is too many social systems that encourage refugees to NOT work and merely produce child after child to receive more and more Child and Family benefits while contributing nothing. Bought media rhetoric enflames the rage as do the words of virtue-signalling leftists and all those who quietly and respectfully protest illegal migration and the UNMCA and loss of our freedoms through legislation are being calumnied as white nationalists and far-right. Leftist politicians take to Twitter and attack dissenters as racists and bigots and supremacists. Polarization becomes exacerbated.
An article that appeared in MSN news on April 21, 2019 is one such polarizing article, entitled The Rise of Uncaring Canada (14). The writer seeks to portray Canadians as white nationalists and illegal border-crossers as helpless victims of an uncaring system. Andray Domise enshrines Ahmed Hussen, Canada’s immigration minister, as a compassionate man, full of generosity to helpless refugee populations and Somalia as a country torn apart by decades of western exploitation and political destabilisation. Domise draws on an example of one individual purporting to be denied a job opportunity because of his Somali origins to stoke sympathy in his reader. He proceeds to attack Michelle Rempel, Lisa MacLeod and Doug Ford for not being kind or generous enough to poor refugees. This article is full of misdirection and leftist rhetoric to support his premise that Canadians are becoming bigoted and racist.
I beg of you, all you Conservatives of Canada: do not let yourselves be manipulated! This polarization is part of the attack on our freedom! Canada NEEDS immigrants like Salim Mansur, CPC candidate for London North Central, Dr. Zulfiqar Bhutta, a prominent physician in Toronto, Hamdi Ulukaya, founder of Chobani Yogurt and other such contributing immigrants. Our country is huge, with large empty spaces. There is room for all who wish to come and CONTRIBUTE, and become CANADIAN in every sense of the word! Do not give in to the politics of division and exclusion. We must fight against socialism. We must fight against the hijacking of our sovereignty by the UN. We must take care of those already in our country: our veterans, our homeless and our First Nations people THEN we extend our compassion to those outside our country. After this, WE choose who comes! WE set limits on help provided. WE keep the control and turn the tide of anger through constant refocusing of our energies on the real issues.
Maybe if we keep our heads, we can keep Canada from reaching the tipping point where everything falls into chaos. We do not want the globalists to win. We do not want Agenda 21 to be realized and Agenda 2030 to take control. We are Conservatives, but most of all we are Canadians.
On June 18, 2019, Civilian Intelligence Network (CIN) published an article about the Aga Khan’s grip on Canada and the importance of stopping him from continuing to push his Mughal ideals on the Canadian public (1). In one of the first tweets promoting the article, CIN got a huge, obvious shadowban right off the bat! Twitter removed the only conversation from the tweet! This is a blatant display of their shadowbanning practices and can be used as an example of what Twitter is continuing to do today to stifle free speech.
First of all, what is shadowbanning? Basically, it means that someone or something is censoring you and trying to be sneaky about it. President Donald Trump shone a light on shadowbanning in 2018, when he claimed that Republicans were getting shadowbanned on Twitter (2). Twitter tried to pretend that only having search boxes not auto-completing was the only problem that they “fixed overnight.” Was it really fixed overnight, and was it just search boxes that were affected? Their statement sure does not sound very re-assuring!
Twitter began addressing “healthy public conversation” through a variety of changes earlier this year, he said. “In May (2018), we started using behavioral signals and machine learning to reduce people’s ability to detract from healthy public conversation on Twitter.” Essentially, Twitter is trying to employ user data to make Twitter more usable for people, with this glitch an unintended consequence.
Unintended? Yeah right! “Healthy public conversation?” According to whom? And we actually believe that this is only happening to “verified accounts with more than 100K followers?” Anyone who actually trusts what Twitter says needs a serious wake-up call. That’s right folks, in case you didn’t know, you are not allowed to decide what your own interests or opinions are! Instead, Twitter has us covered with their ongoing “conversational health work (3).”
Many Twitter users from smaller accounts have noticed their tweets were disappearing from conversations over the last year. People who noticed this were adding the letter “X” to their account names, to warn people that their tweets are often censored (4).
It appears that not much has changed since 2018. On July 27, 2019, an article by Sara Carter was released detailing how Twitter is using almost the exact same language today to explain what they are doing to “protect the health of public conversation (5).”
In regards to the conversation on the CIN’s tweet, what was the reason for removing the entire conversation? Was it because one tweet mentioned “crushing” the Aga Khan? One look at the context shows that it’s in response to a tweet referring to crushing in a political sense. Also, it is not a call to any sort of violence and is in fact, only a question. Here is the dialogue that was censored:
The original tweet shows these replies no longer exist in the thread, and even seem to change whether someone is logged into twitter or not! However, keeping in line with the idea of a shadowban, the people in the conversation can still see it if they look on their own timeline. All seems fine from there, so people might assume everything is okay. Meanwhile more voices in the world have been shut down.
In 2008, a memo about the Aga Khan III that had been sealed for 60 years was finally released (1). The memo was received by the British government from a Nazi agent after the war ended, when everything was seized and people were forced to confess. The 1942 memo states that in a prior meeting with Hitler, the Aga Khan pledged “to raise an army of 30,000 Arab troops to back a German occupation of Egypt, Syria and Palestine.” The memo about his grandfather’s dealings with Hitler was of course declared “baseless” by the current Aga Khan (2).
Nonetheless, it was reported around the world that the Aga Khan visited with Hitler at his secluded retreat on October 20, 1937 (3), followed by British royals two days later (4). At this point in time, Hitler had become openly aggressive towards the League of Nations, and suddenly its president was being hosted as a “special guest” at Hitler’s private resort. By then, most of the League members had openly abandoned the covenant and new territory was being charted (5).
According to the article above, the League of Nations was created in 1919 right after WW1 ended. The members had witnessed the suffering of many people during the war, and honestly seemed to have the right heart at the beginning. Their goals were to pursue peacekeeping efforts centered around discussion and disarmament. There were several disagreements in the world that the League helped to resolve peacefully. However, in the lead-up to WW2, the group found itself having less and less control of global affairs. This is when everyone began to abandon the failing League and further arm their nations.
The Aga Khan wasn’t the only Muslim leader who had met with Hitler. In November of 1941, after the war had been raging on for two years, Hitler met with the leader of the Palestinian people, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini. The Mufti very much wanted to assist in the effort to wage war against the Jews (6). When he met with Hitler, the two devised a plan for what would happen if Germany were to win the war. The Führer laid out his next steps for the war, speaking openly about what needed to happen before he would publicly declare the Mufti as his ally.
First, Hitler was planning on destroying the Judeo-Communist empire in Europe. Next, he wanted German forces to reach the southern exit from Caucasia. Once those conditions were met, his next goal would be to focus on the Jews in Palestine. They both agreed that that would be the correct time to publicly declare the Mufti the leader for that part of the plan, which of course never materialized. The Mufti did however have an impact on Nazi Germany’s “Arabic language propaganda” aimed at North Africa and the Middle East during World War II (7). He also had a special relationship with the Aga Khan, given his support for the All-India Muslim League (8).
Known simply as the Muslim League, the All-India Muslim League was a political party in British India that was founded in 1906 partly by the Aga Khan, who also became its first president (9). The Muslim League strongly advocated for the establishment of a Muslim nation-state in India. This successfully led to the partition of British India in 1947 and the creation of Pakistan, the only country in the world to have been created completely in the name of Islam (10). This move was resisted not only by the British themselves, but also by Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhi was bewildered by the prospect of dividing India and he repeatedly insisted that India’s Muslims and Hindus could co-exist (11). However, once it seemed impossible to avoid a partition, he famously fasted and visited conflicting areas, attempting to make the process peaceful (12). The main point here is that while the Aga Khan was pushing for united nations as president of the League of Nations, he was also pushing for dividing a nation with the Muslim League.
The division of India along religious lines did not happen peacefully (13), and the battle rages on even today in the disputed area of Kashmir (14). When the Muslim League was first created as a political party, the Indian government attempted to accommodate them. They added seats in congress that were only to be used by members of the Muslim League, and one of the first steps was a dispute about the number of seats. For his part, Aga Khan himself had to step in to convince the League that it was okay to get two less seats in congress in order to continue the plan (15). And since he broke the family’s 1300 year tradition and chose his grandson instead of his son to succeed him, we can be sure that his plan is continuing to play out today (16).
What does this history lesson have to do with Canada?
When the All-India Muslim League was busy converting the people of India to Islam, there were a number of steps that were taken. First, as described above, they founded a political party to gain control of the government. In Canada, we see that the Aga Khan is very actively involved with the Canadian government, and receives millions of dollars in support for various initiatives, most of which are not in Canada (17)(18)(19)(20)(21)(22)(23)(24)(25)(26). There is even an added concern here that the money that is given to the Aga Khan primarily focuses on specifically helping his Ismaili communities, as he stated in 2015 (27):
I, as Imam of the Ismailis, have responsibility for and supreme authority over the community. This means taking the lead in the practice of the religion but also engaging in ongoing activities to improve the Ismailis’ quality of life and to help every Ismaili in the world who is in difficulties. It is true that today the role of the Aga Khan, 49th hereditary Imam of the Shia Ismaili Muslims, is to interpret Islam.
What does he mean when he says that his role is to “interpret Islam”? It sounds very much like he can tell his followers whatever he wants! This is why some Muslim groups do not even consider him to be a Muslim (28)(29). Although he denies this, many of his followers actually believe him to be the embodiment of his god (30)(31)! Considering that his son is sometimes referred to as “the son of god” or even jokingly called Jesus (32), the question definitely remains.
Another trait that is criticized by some Muslims is the fact that the Aga Khan, like his grandfather and father, have been known to be “playboys” (33)(34)(35). There is a similar trend in their taste in women: the family seems to prefer beautiful white women who are either royals, models, or Hollywood stars (36)(37)(38)(39). They get converted to Islam and are given new names (40)(41)(42)(43).
The Aga Khan has a huge fan in Adrienne Clarkson, Canada’s former Governor-General. There were multiple events she attended to honour him, some of which were also attended by Stephen Harper, Kathleen Wynne, and Toronto mayor John Tory (44). In an article in 2018, she gushed about the Aga Khan’s “special relationship” with Canada (45). Not surprisingly, she appointed him Honorary Companion of the Order of Canada, the highest civilian honour, during her term. She is also a board-member of one of his government-funded Canadian projects, The Global Centre for Pluralism in Ottawa.
Perhaps one of the most interesting comments Clarkson has made about the Aga Khan also proves one of the main points of this article: She “best described the influence of the Aga Khan when suggesting that he is ‘perhaps the only person in the world to whom everyone listens (46)’”. There you have it!
On top of the Aga Khan’s involvement with the Canadian government, there are other Islamic groups attempting to influence our government. One of them is the prospective Islamic Party of Ontario, that claims among other things that Islam is the “native religion of all of Canada” and that Canada should be under Sharia Law (47).
The other group that has “good relations with the government” is the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. This group is a particular danger for Canada because they “view themselves as leading the propagation and renaissance of Islam”, especially in the Western World (48). In 2014, the group sponsored an event about the Aga Khan called “Islam and Authority in the Global World (49).”
Missionaries such as the Ahmadiyya and Sufi have been pivotal in the conversion of people to Islam. When the last Buddhist empire in India fell, the goal was to establish Muslim empires (50):
The Early Medieval period (642–1219 CE) witnessed the spread of Islam in the region. During this period, Sufi missionaries played a pivotal role in converting a majority of the regional Buddhist and Hindu population to Islam. These developments set the stage for the rule of several successive Muslim empires in the region, including the Ghaznavid Empire (975–1187 CE), the Ghorid Kingdom, and the Delhi Sultanate (1206–1526 CE). The Lodi dynasty, the last of the Delhi Sultanate, was replaced by the Mughal Empire (1526–1857 CE).
This tells us that shortly after Mohammad’s death in 632, Islam began to invade India after Arabia had been conquered (51). It also tells us that all of the empires boiled down to one final successor: the Mughal Empire. One of the first steps that was taken once areas came under the control of the Mughals was to destroy buildings and monuments from other cultures and empires to replace everything with Mughal structures, buildings, and gardens. This was done to make a “statement” about who was in control of the region, as they were “emblems of power and wealth (52).”
Despite the claim that some of the Mughal rulers were tolerant of indigenous religions, it appears that overall, this was not the norm. There exists many accounts of Mughal brutality towards Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, and Jainists (53)(54)(55). The extent of the bloodshed and cruelty is beyond what is even imaginable, but the Mughal leaders were so proud of their treatment of their rivals that they nearly recorded everything; many of the sources are from the rulers’ own chroniclers. Along with the usual murder, looting, raping, and slave-taking, there was wide-spread use of torture. For example, there are reports of people being boiled alive in cauldrons or forced to wear their dismembered children as garlands. However, here we are, with politicians and others the world over who are actually praising Mughal architecture and culture, even here in Canada.
We can gauge how much someone wants to revive this barbaric culture by how much praise is given specifically to Mughal ideas. Do people not understand that these buildings and gardens are symbolic of cultural domination? Or worse, do they actually think that promoting the return of the Mughals is what the world really needs? To find out, it is necessary to investigate what our Canadian leaders are saying specifically about the magnificence of the murderous Mughals. Who praises these ideas the most?
The Taj Mahal and Mughal Architecture
Many Canadian politicians have visited the Taj Mahal, including Stephen Harper (56) and Justin Trudeau (57). This building was built during the “golden years” of the Mughal Empire in honour of a Mughal king’s favourite wife (58). It likely also exists because of the Mughal connection to Hinduism (59)(60). The building is still a sore spot between Indians and Muslims to this day (61)(62). Granted, just visiting the Taj in itself does not necessarily indicate that someone is glorifying the Mughal Empire. However, when a politician takes the extra step of also visiting and honouring Humayun’s Tomb, things get a little more conspicuous. The tomb is a great source of pride for the Aga Khan, since it was the first Mughal garden-tomb built in the Indian subcontinent and something he spent 6 years restoring (63).
When Alberta’s premier Jason Kenney visited Humayun’s Tomb in 2009, he did an interview with an Ismaili news outlet extensively praising it and its symbolism (64). Like many other politicians, Kenney has gone out of his way many other times to praise and honor the Khan throughout the years (65)(66)(67), and made a point to again visit the tomb in September 2018 (68). Between that and his 2009 interview, and his praise for Canada’s new Mughal garden (69)(70), it does not appear that Jason Kenney is on the side of Canadians when it comes to the Aga Khan. This is Kenney’s 2009 quote, suggesting that a revival of Islamic architecture and heritage is a good thing:
When this trip was being planned I asked Alykhan Velshi, my communications director, to see if we could fit in a visit to a place that would highlight some of the work the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) has done and continues to do. Humayun’s Tomb is one perfect example of AKDN’s efforts to revive interest in Islamic architecture and heritage and to plan its programs so that a maximum number of people around a particular project can benefit from it.
It seems like Kenney might be an even bigger fan of the K than Adrienne Clarkson! Perhaps Alberta may be in grave danger of becoming the next seat of the Mughal empire. Not only does the premier have a history of revering this barbaric civilization and the Aga Khan himself, but he also credits himself for the drastic influx of refugees into rural Alberta (71). He even reiterated his desire to continue to do so (72)(73). On top of everything, the mayor of Calgary is one of the Aga Khan’s loyal Ismaili subjects, and a huge new mosque was built in Fort McMurray (74)(75)(76). This “multicultural” mosque, the Aga Khan Garden, and pluralism itself are all following the idea of the Aga Khan III: that you must build social capital before attempting to gain full political power (77).
It is no wonder that there should be concern about the symbolism of these buildings and gardens. Canada is home to one of the newest and most extravagant Islamic gardens in the world (78)(79). The Aga Khan Garden just opened last year on the University of Alberta campus, and was celebrated on Father’s Day, 2019. It has been praised countless times as being a wonderful example of Mughal architecture and culture (80). The other new garden is located in King’s Cross, London, where there even is a “terrace of discovery” featuring a throne that overlooks all of King’s Cross and the entire London skyline (81). The Aga Khan is working on restoring all of the historic Mughal gardens as well (82). These gardens are symbolic of creating an “Islamic paradise” (83):
The Mughals were obsessed with symbol [sic] and incorporated it into their gardens in many ways. The standard Quranic references to paradise were in the architecture, layout, and in the choice of plant life; but more secular references, including numerological and zodiacal significances connected to family history or other cultural significance, were often juxtaposed.
Clearly, the Aga Khan Gardens in Toronto and Alberta, and all of the other structures, buildings, and monuments that are popping up in Canada are here to usher in a new Mughal era. The Aga Khan museum in Toronto even kicked-off 2019 with a celebration called “Mughal Magnificence (84).” It sounds like the perfect timing for that event considering Canada now has two Islamic gardens, the Aga Khan museum, and large Ismaili centres in Toronto and Burnaby, BC (85). We also have the Global Centre for Pluralism in Ottawa, located in Canada’s first Dominion Archives building, which was built in 1905 as a symbol of Canada’s heritage and identity (86). The centre recently hosted an event acknowledging that there is a rise of discontent in Canada due to their relentless forcing of Islam upon us (87). Chrystia Freeland spoke at the event, which was actually called “The Rise of Popular Discontent and What We Can Do.”
Evidence suggests that during the partition of India, the Aga Khan and the Muslim League did not follow the example of anyone tolerant. Lahore, Pakistan, once the capital of the Mughal empire, became one of the most violent cities during the partition of India in 1947 because it was hotly contested by both Indians and Muslims (88). It became the site for both the declaration of Indian independence from the British, and the resolution calling for the creation of Pakistan. Accordingly, it became the capital of Pakistan’s Punjab province upon the completion of the partition. It is hard to believe that other cultures and religions were tolerated and respected when this happened (89)(90):
Prior to the partition of India in 1947, a third of Lahore’s population was Hindu and Sikh. Lahore’s Hindus and Sikhs used to reside in ‘distinct enclaves’. The city’s Hindu and Sikh population left en masse during the partition and shifted to East Punjab and Delhi in India. In the process, Lahore lost its entire Hindu and Sikh population. The emigrants were replaced by Muslim refugees from India. Muslim refugees and locals competed for ownership over abandoned Hindu and Sikh property.
Today, Lahore is 96% Muslim, up from 60% in 1941. When the current Aga Khan is promoting the revival of Mughal culture, he either is following the example of the few Mughal leaders that promoted pacification of indigenous people in order to rule over them (91)(92), or the virtual elimination of them like what happened in Pakistan. Both options would obviously be bad for Canada. Will we see an “All-Canada Muslim League”?
While K and his politician friends in Canada and the rest of world praise and glorify Mughal architecture and customs, there are ten of millions of people spinning in their graves. Whichever way you look at this, we can be sure that the Aga Khan is more important than Hitler, that the remnants of the Mughal Empire fell into British hands and then were handed directly to the Muslim League in 1947, and that the emphasis on all of the Mughal stuff in Canada and the rest of the world is to re-establish the empire for the last time. How many of our politicians are on board with this?
Universities have historically been ground zero for revolutions acting as instruments of state formation, steering national identity, and social and political change. Globalization has allowed universities to become more diverse, replacing conservative Europeans with foreign nationals and forever changing the face of “free speech” in western countries. Youth rally for foreign causes, the implementation of one world governance, and “stateless law,” all at the expense of our national sovereignty. Who better to destabilize continents than master manipulator George Soros with his far-reaching tentacles infiltrating universities throughout the globe and transforming them into facilitators of mass migration? The education system, with its prison acclimation and obedience training, has created the perfect soldiers to implement an UN-based militarized system that will ensure their own servitude and the genocide of mankind. The invasion is underway and the revolution has begun, for Radicalism has empowered Conservatism and our nation’s law books have betrayed the very citizens they were meant to protect. Dark days lie ahead!
Soros Central European University (CEU) in Hungary
Recently, the Hungarian government passed legislation that would regulate foreign universities operating within that country. The bill, passed by a vote of 123 to 38 in favor of the legislation, will place restrictions on 28 foreign universities and potentially force them out of the country. While the legislation is general, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban targeted one institution in particular, the Central European University (CEU) founded by George Soros in 1991. Orban stated that Soros and the NGOs allied with him, were “trying to influence Hungarian domestic politics.” The liberal billionaire, a persistent critic of the Prime Minister, prompted Orban to declare that “Not even a billionaire can stand above the law, therefore this university must also obey the law (1).” Under this legislation, if foreign universities want to offer degrees in Hungary, they must have a campus in their home country. The CEU, which is accredited in the United States and Hungary, is the only one among 28-foreign based universities not to have such a campus (2).
Michael Ignatieff, former Liberal leader and current president and dean of the CEU in Budapest, denounced this legislation which he says targeted his institution. He rallied for international support, including from Global Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland (2) and several North American and European University administrators from world-renown institutions, such as MIT, Princeton, Yale, Stanford, John Hopkins, Cornell University, Berkeley, and the University of Toronto (3). Stephen Toope, director of Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto had this to say: (2)
It is not clear how much leverage the Canadian government has to influence the situation. A better option would be to appeal to Germany, a key investor in Hungary. If Canada wanted to do anything here, the best thing to do might be to quietly talk with the Germans and see if we can encourage them to play an active role.
Notorious philanthropist George Soros is the father of the globalist movement for mass migration and promoter of one world government. The questions our staff at Civilian Intelligence Network (CIN) has are: Who is Stephen Toppe? And what sort of influence has the first president of the Trudeau Foundation had in Canada? What involvement does he have with Soros CEU? How has this connection impacted post-secondary education in Canada?
Who is Stephen Toope?
Stephen Toope is a Canadian legal scholar and academic administrator who is currently vice-chancellor at the University of Cambridge in UK. He specializes in human rights, international law, and international relations. He is an active member of IALS (International Association of Law Schools), whose mission is to prepare lawyers for transnational legal practice, and he advocates for global governance by the United Nations (4). He is also former Dean of the McGill Faculty of Law (1994-1999), where he oversaw the renewal of the law curriculum, Vice-Chancellor of University of British Columbia (UBC), tenured professor of law in 2006-2014, and director of the University of Toronto Munk School of Global Affairs (2015-2017)(5)(6)(7). While at McGill University he introduced “State-less law” into Canada that is transnational, universal and intended to help to shepherd in the UN and international law (8). Stephen Toope is also founder and former president of the Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation when it began its operations in March 2002, on receipt of a $125 million endowment from the Government of Canada.
Stephen Toope’s connections to the Liberal Party of Canada run deep. In 1986-87, he worked for Brian Dickson, Chief of Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada appointed by Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. Dickson was a leading figure in the transformation of the Supreme Court of Canada and Canadian law and an authority on Constitutional law, laying the groundwork for the new Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (9). The Constitution Act of 1982 which includes the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms now guarantees fundamental freedoms for all individuals residing in Canada, including citizens, landed immigrants and even refugees (10)(11)(12).
Stephen Toope is also a member of the CIC (Canadian International Council), a think tank on international affairs, that gave George Soros Globalist of the Year award in 2010 (13)(14). At the time, Soros had nothing but praise for the Communist Government of China: (15)
Global market fundamentalism have given rise to a new world order, one dominated by China… I have to say that today China has a more, not only a more vigorous economy, but actually a better functioning government than the United States… The world order as we know it is turning into disorder… The Washington consensus is finished. Disappeared.
Stephen Toope is also part of the R2P Movement (Global Responsibility to Protect or GR2P) that calls for Rapid Response Teams to be employed by the United Nations in times of global unrest. The R2P legislation adopted the by the UN General Assembly in the 2005 World Summit, maintains that when sovereign states are unable or unwilling to fulfill their responsibility to protect their own populations from genocide, ethnic cleansing, war crimes and crimes against humanity, the international community has the responsibility to do so (16)(17)(18). This legislation has not yet become legally binding as international law. Stephen Toope, recognized as a specialist of International Law and with and with a legal background in now four world-renown law schools, will be a key player in the legalization of this law globally (19). Recently, Toope had this to say about the R2P (94):
Could we imagine pushing finally to create the United Nations rapid-response force, designed to take action against threats or breaches of the peace, envisioned in Chapter VII of the UN Charter?
Toope also advocates for global collaboration with China (20). In the era of globalization, China is the one of the largest contributors to the UN Peacekeeping budget and contributes more troops than any other member of the UN Security Council (21). In his address to the UN General Assembly, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi stated that China was a staunch advocate of a “multilateral rules-based world order” and asserted China’s long-standing determination to “uphold the international order and remain a champion of multilateralism (an alliance of many nations)” (22)(21).
These UN “Blue Helmet” peacekeeping forces are plagued with scandal and controversy and often referred to as global war-making forces, which have come under strong criticism for raping and slaughtering civilians amid various UN missions around the world (24). This brings into question a similar multilateral agreement imposed by President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel that would integrate European Forces to form a Common European Army that could respond quickly to situations on the ground, bypassing the sovereignty of nations within the EU(25). And just recently EU leaders joined Chinese President Xi Jinping in Paris to stress the importance of “Multilateralism” and address peace and security issues (15).
China’s growing global power makes it an exporter of human right violations, including at the UN where in 2018 it tried to block participation of its critics (26). Why then is a dictator-led communist state championing a UN Rapid Response Military Force? Why is it entering into multilateral agreements with the EU? Clearly the UN is becoming a Global Empire, a militarized United Nations with a military force run by a UN Security Council, and consisting of member states such as China and corrupt dictators like South African Cyril Ramaphosa, who is seizing land from farmers and has been implicated in the large-scale killing of white farmers (27)(28)(29). What will happen once these UN Rapid Response Teams obtain international jurisdiction?
Recently Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin argued that the State of Illinois was failing the African American community and sought UN peacekeeping efforts to combat violence and gun crimes in Chicago neighborhoods (30). The R2P mandate clearly states that should a State fail to protect its populations the international community must be prepared to take stronger measures, including the collective use of force through the UN Security Council (31). And at the “Yellow Vest Protests” in France heavily armored vehicles bearing the EU flag stormed into Paris as a sign that the EU army has already been created (87)(88).
The main promoter of this R2P Rapid Response Force is the World Federalist Movement (32)(33) that supports a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (UNPA) (34) and a world without borders:(35)
See the vision of the world and all the wonder that shall be. In the parliament of all, the federation of the world. We now have a planetary community, the brotherhood and sisterhood of human kind, the Nation of Humanity. Fundamental crucial issues of peace, security, economic and social justice, human and wildlife rights and ecological protection are planetary in nature. Human sovereignty in a planetary society supersedes national jurisdictions.
Stephen Toope, a prominent member of the Canadian Chapter of the R2P movement (36), which has hosted World Federalist Movement speakers such as: Lloyd Axworthy, former cabinet minister to Liberal PM Jean Chretien and president of the World Federalist Movement-Institute for Global Policy (37)(38), and Executive Director William Pace,who spoke at a R2P conference entitled “Effective implementation of the Responsibility to Protect: The Role of the European Union and the Civil Society.” Pace also delivered a keynote address on the origins and principles of R2P, followed by a panel discussion on “Strengthening the R2P within the European Union”(39). For those of you still in doubt of the existence of a New World Order, it is quite evident that the global invasion has already begun!
The Responsibility-to-Protect(R2P) doctrine, an ideological pretext that was created and developed by Canada’s federal government, was used to legitimize the illegal coup imposed on Haiti in 2004. Institutionalized on the world stage by a Canadian front called the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS), the R2P doctrine was the brainchild of then-Prime Minister Jean Chrétien. When announcing its birth in 2000, then-Foreign Affairs Minister Lloyd Axworthy thanked the Carnegie, MacArthur, and Rockefeller Foundations for “strong political and financial support.” Lloyd Axworthy is President of the World Federalist Movement that advocates for UNPA. Canada, who had relations with both London and Washington, was in a perfect place to design the R2P! The main tenant of the R2P script was for the UN to abandon it’s two primary principles: state sovereignty and military non-intervention (23).
In 1973, the World Federalist Movement awarded the “World Peace Award” to Maurice Strong, who created the UN’s Earth Council to co-ordinate Agenda 21, the blueprint for the construction of a New World Order (40)(41). World Federalist Movement’s coalition partner is the Climate Action Network (CAN) – A coalition of more than 100 organizations across Canada that brings labour, indigenous groups and environmental activist groups together to promote the climate action movement and anti-oil activism (42). It includes organizations such as Leadnow, Greenpeace, the David Suzuki Foundation, West Coast Environmental Law, and Assembly of First Nations (43). These are all organizations that have been funded by the Tides Canada Foundation, whose principal financier is George Soros (44-50). Stephen Toope is an advocate for UN sustainable development goals and signed the University and College Presidents Statement of Climate Action (51)(52)(53).
Toope was also President of The Federation for Humanities and Social Sciences (54), which promotes research and teaching for the advancement of an inclusive and democratic society. It includes over 160 universities and colleges that represents 91,000 researchers and graduate students across Canada. This organization has endorsed speakers such as Naomi Klein, an anti-oil, anti-pipeline activist who recently told a group of students at the University of Calgary that the Fort McMurray wildfires were linked to climate change (54)(56).
Grant money for research plays a major role in establishing what the grant-makers hope to achieve. Grant-makers, like foundations, corporations, and government departments, typically disperse money based on compliance. (55) Grants often have predetermined conclusions making the papers published more about advocacy, and less about research. Stephen Toope is a prime example of just this fact. One look at Stephen Toope‘s full CV (5), shows 30 years of research grants most notably from the SSHRC. The SSHRC operates at the will of the privy council, where foundations like Soros’ Tides have full control to distribute funds to themselves (91). Foundations, government, and corporations are a revolving door of globalist self-interest. Stephen Toope has authored “Building compliance: The Hard Work of International Law”, “Legitimacy and Persuasion: The Hidden Power of International Law”, “Interactional International Law: Shaping International Society”, and currently “Stability and Change in International Law” (5). The globalists have infiltrated the Universities and are directing research. This is catered research, Research Papers R Us!
What involvement has Stephen Toope had with Soros or the CEU?
To improve university governance, board administrators, are part of Universities Canada, which was founded in 1911 and includes 96 public and private not-for-profit Canadian Universities (57)(58). Stephen Toope has served as Chair of the board of Universities Canada and has helped to deliver training sessions for University Administrators (59)(60). Universities Canada has partnered with the American Council on Education (ACE) Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement (CIGA) whose priorities are to assist academic institutions develop and sustain programs that increase global engagement, address global priorities, and collaborate with other institutions, governments, the private sector, and the United Nations, to advance internationalization initiatives (61)(62).
In 1946, the American Council on Education (ACE) helped establish the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), which provides international exchange opportunities for American scholars and administrators (63). Other CIGA collaborating partners include: Universities Australia, German Rectors Conference, Santander Universidades (Mexico), Universities UK, European Universities Association, and Association of Colombian Universities. This initiative is funded by the Lumina Foundation (64) which is directly funded by George Soros and Open Society Initiative (65). It was not therefore, surprising to see ACE President, an Obama nominated Undersecretary of Education and proponent of the corporate takeover of public institutions, Ted Mitchel come to the defense of the Soros Central European University (CEU) on December 4, 2018: (66)(67)
We stand with CEU and the rest of the European higher education community, and we call on the government of Hungary to reconsider its stance and show that it understands and embraces the essential concepts of academic freedom and intellectual integrity.
Recently, the Trudeau’s Liberal government announced an historic new investment to Universities Canada, with more funding for research, opportunities for women, and minorities to ensure greater diversity (68). A Lobby Canada Report reveals that Universities Canada plans to import more migrants and refugees into Canadian Universities by working with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to improve visa processing times, lower refusal rates for international students, and increase flexibility in post-graduate work permit programs, to ensure that more international students can participate in program pathways to permanent residency (69).
Despite claims that universities and institutions of higher education are non-partisan promoters of “free speech,” the reality is far from the truth. They have become far-left liberal institutions that support minority groups where “free speech” is censored and replaced by social justice advocacy for corrupt dictator-led countries many of us have never even heard of. The concerns of the nation play second fiddle to issues of globalization, mass migration, and demands for equity by non-citizens, citizens that are very much politically motivated. Michael Ignatieff, president of the CEU had this to say about the role of Universities: (70)
Globalization has allowed universities to become more diverse, multicultural and more plural of all global communities with the CUE recruiting faculty and students from 120 different countries. What we didn’t see coming at CEU is that we trained the transition elite, a Liberal democratic transition elite, but we trained the elite that lost politically. Post-1989, the transition elite, the Liberal democratic elite, got pulverized in Hungary’s election and a new center right– conservative, religious, Christian, anti-migration –won. We are now facing all the consequences of having trained an elite that lost.
For the George Soros CEU this meant they lost the battle and were forced out of Hungary only to open a new campus in Austria (71). Whether or not these “Universities of Liberal elite” will win the war in North America and in other Western Nations remains to be seen. At the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Stephen Toope, professors and Graduate students will still be participating in exchange programs with the CEUs Open Society Internship for Rights and Governance (OSIRG); a global initiative designed to identify and cultivate the next generation of human rights practitioners (72)(73). Globally, there are literally thousands of internships similar to this. Universities play a key role in forming national consciousness and national identity, unfortunately our students will be catering to transnational ideologies in favor of global governance.
How has this connection impacted post-secondary education in Canada?
In 2010, the Vancouver Sun reported that about 70% of the students at Simon Fraser University and UBC were visible minorities despite representing a relatively small fraction of the population of British Columbia. Many were economic migrants seeking high-paying professions which are unattainable in their own countries due to massive competition (74). At that time, UBC President Stephen Toope publically called for an increase in the number of Asian students at his university when almost half were of already of Chinese origin and were actually beginning to decrease diversity as Chinese students began to dominate the student body creating a monoculture. The concern here is whether or not the large numbers of international students at Canadian universities are taking up spaces that would otherwise go to qualified Canadians. Some research has been done in the United States on this issue by Professor George Borjas of Harvard University who concluded that: (75)
while the impact enrollment of international students on locals in U.S. educational institutions varies with different groups, there does seem be a “crowd out effect” on American-born white males.
Borjas is considered one of the leading experts on immigration and labour markets and in 2007 co-authored a study for Statistics Canada (75). Despite claims that higher foreign tuition fees bring in considerable income to Universities, in the United States the cost of foreign students is substantially underwritten by public funds with significant costs to the taxpayer (89). Since Universities operate as non-profits they are largely funded by tax dollars, another social economy money pit that goes unreported.
In 2017, Canada registered a new record of international students living in the country: 495,525 according to Immigration Refugees & Citizenship Canada. his represents a 120% increase since 2010 driven basically by Chinese and Indian students. There are 1,034,000 full time students, so close to 50% now are international students(93)! In 2016 there were roughly 4.8 million international students mainly from China, India, South Korea, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, and several other Asian countries. Data used to monitor United Nations SDG commitment show the amount of foreign aid to assist these students was roughly 1.2 Billion (92). At one time the universities would limit seats to foreign students to only 10%, now schools are a back door to immigration. (93)
As President of UBC, Stephen Toope implemented a collaboration agreement between Chongqing in China and UBC to share research, knowledge and innovation. Collaborations under the agreement would focus on urban planning and sustainable development, education, international law, public policy and international relations (76). This is UBC’s first initiative under their “China Council” which seeks to expand and deepen the University’s exchange with China. One mandate of UBCs China Council is student mobility. Today, students from China are the largest international student body at UBC, now referred to as the “University of Beijing China”. The UBC webpage is even written in Chinese(90); will this become Canada’s third official language? UBC has 55 other current collaboration agreements with academic institutions in China and Chongqing along with Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin have been given Provincial government status (76) along with Provincial and Federal tax dollars.
While at McGill University when it was under Stephen Toope (1994-1999), that curriculum reform took shape. Dean Toope shepherded the Law Faculty through a five-year consultation and review process on the controversial question “what should legal education at McGill look like at the end of the 20th century?” This proposal for curricular reform, passed at Faculty Council in March of 1998. The new program, implemented “Trans-systemic Law” that would radically change legal education not only at McGill University but also within Canada and the world (77).
One of the greatest strengths of McGill’s trans-systemic program is the idea that there is not necessarily a single solution to a given problem, and that one’s own discipline doesn’t provide all the answers.
What is Trans-systemic Law? Europeans have pointed to it as a model for teaching law in a supranational continent, a way to train students for a globalized legal economy. At its core, trans-systemic law attempts to teach students about the law not from the perspective of any one specific jurisdiction, but from the perspective of many nations. The consequences for legal education are much more profound. Many words were used to describe this new curriculum like trans-systemic and trans-national, but the official name was “The McGill Program.” It has been hailed as a model for what legal education should look like in a globalized world (77).
Stephen Toope was also Co-Director for The Institute for European Studies which was founded in 2000 by the European Commission to promote EU studies outside Europe. The Institute has received financial support from the Université de Montréal and McGill University since its creation. This support, combined with grants from the European Commission, has helped the Institute to fulfill its objectives and to generate research about: The history of European integration, European law, the political system of the EU, policies of the EU, especially its social policies, and the languages and different cultures of member states (78).
The European Centre of Excellence (EUCE) was inaugurated on October 2, 2000 as a joint venture between the Université de Montréal and McGill University. The EUCE’s mandate is to promote a high-quality knowledge and understanding of Europe and to stimulate the study of the European Union in Montreal, Quebec, and Canada (79). It includes the following network of universities: Dalhousie, Carlton, University of Victoria, University of Alberta, University of Toronto, York University, and UBC (80)(81)(82)(83). In the USA the list includes Cornell, Berkeley, Columbia University, and many more. The European Commission currently supports five European Union Centres of Excellence (EUCE) in Canada, which are co-funded by their home universities: Carleton University (Ottawa), Dalhousie University (Halifax), the University of Alberta (Edmonton), the University of Victoria, and at University of Montreal and McGill University in a consortium (84).
The Centre for European Studies (CES) at Carleton University coordinates the Canadian Network of EUCEs, which complements similar networks in the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Russia, and Korea (84). They are all part of the Council for European Studies, an association which is supported by charitable foundations such as the Soros Foundations and Rockefeller Foundation and the European Commission (80)(85) and which includes George Soros Central European University (CEU) (86).
It has never been a good idea to concentrate power in one place. Now, our own law schools are the mechanisms for implementing international law right here in Canada. Globalists are preparing a worldwide planetary disaster which they plan to be the saviours. Their dialectic is being developed in the echelons of higher education and they expect to have it all wrapped up by 2030. Do elected MPs have the power to reverse these stateless laws that over ride the laws of man? Are there political solutions at all? The revolutions to come are dark; they don’t include a better life for you and your family, and you may in fact be part of the 90% of humans that will be eliminated from the planet (95). Yes, implementing mass migration will kill 8.5billion people by 2100. Population reduction achieved through lack of medical care and education. UN research scenarios found in this document! (96).
It is important to learn the names of the people involved most directly in these anti-human, one world operations. Once we learn their names, we need to engage them directly. In Canada, far more than the USA, it is important to learn what is going on. The ENTIRE public sector of Canada is foreign owned and operated. We are handing over our best and brightest to one world authoritarian communism. George Soros‘ name is always present. Stephen Toope, Michael Ignatieff might be less known to you. You are not a conspiracy kook for asking questions, or for continuing your search for answers.