“Canada has seen a steady rise of radicalized right-wing sentiments; albeit, these political sentiments have not always been prosperous in garnering widespread support. Right-wing populist moments are very much a part of Canada’s political landscape.” – Ibrahim Berrada, a Brock University instructor in Canadian Studies and former Parliament Hill staffer
A News Release from Brock University in Niagara, Ontario
Posted January 7th on Niagara At Large
How should America move forward and properly react to Wednesday’s occupation of the U.S. Capitol by supporters of Donald Trump?
That’s the question being pondered by politicians, experts and observers around the world today.
Brock University Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Hamilton says the events in Washington were either “the last gasp of the Trump era or the beginning of the descent of American politics into political violence and anti-democratic populism.”