FERNANDO: Canada Reaches A Dangerous Tipping Point

Canada Reaches A Dangerous Tipping Point

A deranged, incompetent, and disloyal federal government is pushing Canadians to the brink.

By Spencer Fernando, Exclusive to the National Citizens Coalition


A deranged government – filled with people like Mark Holland saying Canadians are burning down the planet by going on vacation, people like Steven Guilbeault driving our standard of living into the ground, and people like Marc Miller flooding the country with unsustainable levels of immigration – would be bad enough.

An incompetent government – unable to manage basic functions, delivering worse and worse services despite massively expanding the bureaucracy – would be bad enough.

All of this has pushed Canadians to the limit.

You can see it.

You can feel it.

Canadians are watching our standard of living crumble, and the level of anger, division, chaos, and instability is rising fast.

So, when you add a massive disloyalty problem – a potentially treasonous problem – then you can see how Canadians are not only being pushed to the brink of what we’ll withstand, but even beyond it.

We are reaching a very dangerous tipping point.

A nation in crisis

Canada is a nation in crisis.

We have a housing affordability crisis.

We have a surging homelessness crisis.

We have a violent crime crisis.

We have a drug overdose crisis.

We have a cost-of-living crisis.

Because these crises have such an impact on our day-to-day lives, and because all have worsened under the Liberals, the federal government has lost much of its legitimacy.

As we can see in the polls, Canadians aren’t really listening to what the Liberals say, and are instead simply waiting for the first chance to vote the government out.

As we’ve noted before, a responsible government – or a government with even a shred of respect for the voters – would recognize its own unpopularity and lack of legitimacy and start to pull back. They would avoid making big moves, and they would restrain spending to avoid leaving the next government with a total disaster.

But of course, the Liberals are doing the opposite.

They are ramping up all of their insane policies and ramping up their divisive rhetoric.

All of this has made Canada an even angrier place.

An unpopular government imposing unpopular policies as the quality of life in the country rapidly declines is a government just asking for a legitimacy crisis.

So, what happens when you add nationwide suspicion of outright treason to the mix?

What happens when the federal government knows some sitting MPs are disloyal and working on behalf of foreign regimes, but then decides that they’ll keep that information to themselves?

Well, we’re about to find out.

And there is every reason to believe it’s going to make everything worse.

The path ahead

In any large and complex society, no system can function through pure coercion.

At the end of the day, the government has legitimacy because we agree it has legitimacy.

The government has power because a critical mass of people accept that it has power, and enough people are willing to act on orders given by representatives of the power structure.

When people stop viewing the government as legitimate, then the power of the government starts to fade.

This can go one of two ways:

Either a total crumbling of the legitimacy of the state – which is unlikely to happen in Canada because we can still vote our way out of this disaster in 2025 – or a reassertion of government power through crackdowns on dissent and the expropriation of financial resources from the populace.

Given what we’ve seen so far from the Liberals, this is what we are likely to see happen.

They’ve already lost so much legitimacy from their abject failure to make things better for Canadians, and their decision to hide the traitors in our midst will only corrode that legitimacy further.

So, we should expect to see the Liberals lash out against the Canadian people.

And that makes the upcoming months some of the most potentially dangerous moments in Canadian history.

Remember again who is in charge of the government:

Justin Trudeau – who appears to be a sociopathic "narcissist," and who has been labelled as such by anonymous former Cabinet members.

Chrystia Freeland – someone who couldn’t even make a website profitable, and has managed to run Canada’s finances into the ground.

Marc Miller – who seems to care far more about cheapening what it means and takes to be Canadian, than he cares about protecting what was once one of the world's great immigration systems.

Steven Guilbeault – a lunatic eco-Communist.

Mark Holland – someone who thinks your vacation will destroy the world.

Jagmeet Singh – a Gucci socialist who wants Communist-style food price controls to ‘fix’ an inflation problem he helped Trudeau cause in the first place.

A motley crew of Jew-hating extremists in the NDP who sympathize with terror groups like Hamas.

These are all deeply ideological, deeply extreme people who are obsessed with power and obsessed with reshaping Canada into their own twisted version of what the world should be.

Do you think they’ll respond to their crumbling legitimacy by listening to different viewpoints?

Do you think they’ll become more ‘moderate’ as they feel power slipping away?

Of course not.

They’ll double-down, and triple-down.

They’ll get more extreme.

They’ll take more of our freedoms.

They’ll drive us deeper into financial ruin.

They’ll push more and more productive people out of our nation.

They’ll keep crushing our standard of living.

They’ll destroy what remains of Canadian values.

And so, we must understand – at a fundamental level – that we are now under assault from an enemy within our nation that has so much contempt for us that they think we don’t even deserve to know the names of those betraying us.

To get through this time and see our way to a brighter future for Canada, we will need to muster up all the vigilance and strength we possibly can.

Spencer Fernando is one of the most popular and prolific political voices in Canada. He is a writer and campaign fellow for the National Citizens Coalition. Join the mailing list to receive his exclusive weekly columns in your inbox.

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