Creating 338 Electoral Districts in less than 3 months was a monumental achievement for the People’s Party of Canada in late 2018 – but it means absolutely nothing if the real goal is not reached in 2019.
There is only one goal – and that is to source, nominate, campaign and ultimately elect sufficient People’s Party of Canada Members of Parliament in October 2019 to change the course of Canadian federal politics – and possibly the course of history. The battle is being fought worldwide between sovereignists and globalists for the fate of nation states.
In countries with strong nationalist values such as the USA and Australia (among others) the Populist movements have begun to restore the commitment to sovereignist emphasis on the ‘State ensuring and enshrining the best interests of its citizens’. In other socialist trending countries, including Germany, Sweden and unfortunately Canada under the misplaced, destructive globalist dogma of Trudeau’s Liberals, abrogation of duties to citizens in favour of globalist ideologies has prevailed in recent years.
Surprisingly, or perhaps not surprisingly, the French citizenry has started to strongly push back with the emergence of the Yellow Vest movement that is being emulated elsewhere, including in Canada. (It is worthwhile to know that the values espoused by the Canadian Yellow Vest movement closely resemble the stated values of the People’s Party of Canada, even though the Yellow Vest movement is overtly apolitical).
It is almost astounding how quiet the complicit Main Stream Media has been on the numerous issues that are facing Canadians as a result of the globalist, unsustainable, economy crushing policies of the current Liberal majority government in the House of Commons.
It is simply incomprehensible that Canadians could potentially face another term of office for this morally corrupt group of socialist sycophants who have neither the ability, nor the resolve, to address current Canadian issues with any sense of patriotism, accountability or wisdom.
The model being utilized, all too successfully, by Trudeau and the Liberals is based on divisive identity politics that panders to any number of special interest groups with the expectation that those special interest groups will form a common voting bloc favouring the Liberals in 2019.
The majority of the Main Stream Media cannot be considered anything other than complicit allies of the Liberals going into 2019. The recent $600 Million financial ‘bail out’ package announced by the Liberals to prop up failing once popular news media sources and outlets virtually ensures that these already left-leaning organizations will continue their established policy of ignoring all Trudeau/Liberal Party transgressions and shortcomings instead focusing their collective attention on issues south of the border.
This dereliction of responsibility and accountability to Canadians by too much of the failing Main Stream Media is only one hurdle that the People’s Party of Canada must overcome in 2019.
The prospect of ‘vote splitting’ will resonate loudly in conservative and populist circles. Unquestionably, the more political parties that exist on any part of the political spectrum will inevitably split votes as the electorate has more choice.
Stay focused on the reality that only certain political parties have the policies and platform to countermand the disastrous consequences that have already emerged from the incompetent legislative disasters already passed by Trudeau’s Liberals. Also stay focused on the disappointing similarities between Trudeau’s Liberal and Scheer’s Conservative Party of Canada. It is increasingly apparent that Scheer’s misguided attempt to become a ‘Centrist’ leader of a ‘Centrist’ CPC will not get the job done.
There is a strong likelihood that Scheer’s CPC will steal votes from the Liberals every bit as much as the People’s Party will most certainly draw votes away from the genuine ‘conservative’ segment of the CPC that still remains. If the CPC and the Liberals both profess to be ‘Centrist’ parties committing to the same unsupportable UN agenda driven globalist policies, astute Canadians will soon recognize that the People’s Party of Canada is the only legitimate alternative to restoring Canada to a path of Canadian values and a ‘Strong and Free’ Canadian future.
A minority government with a PPC/CPC coalition is an outcome in October, 2019 that might actually benefit Canada the most. It would force the CPC under Scheer to return to some of the genuine conservative values on which the CPC was based, now abandoned in pursuit of ‘power at any price’.
Rather than dealing with any more of the ‘hot button’ issues that are becoming more clear to the average voter, I choose to conclude this article with the serious challenge resultant from Bill C-76. This questionable legislation was passed by a compliant NOT independent Senate in time to allow this Bill to become enforceable in time for the 2019 election.
While Bill C-76 sounds altruistic at first blush, a closer examination reveals that its real power is to limit the ability of a new political force to maximize its message while existing parties will benefit from their ‘already established’ presence in the minds of voters.
To quote the Canadian Civil Liberties Association presentation to the Parliamentary Committee:
“With respect to political advertising, the CCLA notes that the restrictions place significant limits on political expression, which lies at the core of the freedom of expression that is protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. While we appreciate and take seriously the concern that wealth should not be translated into the ability to dominate political discourse, we have not seen the evidence that purports to justify the restrictions contained in the Bill and the distinctions it makes between different types of political expression and different political actors. Restrictions on core political speech should not be imposed absent evidence that the restrictions are necessary and proportionate. This evidence has not been produced in relation to the existing third party advertising regime in the Canada Elections Act, nor with respect to the changes proposed by Bill C-76. Further, we suggest that the Committee consider whether limits on spending should be set by an independent body, rather than established in legislation (and subject to an inflation adjustment factor).”
The purpose of this legislation may mitigate the ability of concerned Canadians to mount an all-out assault against the sitting Liberal government under Trudeau. It therefore becomes even more vital that Canadian voters intent on unseating the Liberals band together to get the message of the People’s Party of Canada out to friends, neighbours and acquaintances.
Canada cannot economically or societally sustain another Trudeau Liberal majority. Neither can Canada allow a federal government to continue to abrogate its sworn pledge to Canadians to govern in the best interests of Canadians. We cannot allow our Canadian government to transfer that responsibility to a corrupt, agenda-driven United Nations group of unelected bureaucrats whose vision is not congruent with Canadian values, Canadian law and our shared Canadian future.
The People’s Party of Canada has a great message for Canadians – and a great messenger in Maxime Bernier. The only goal that matters in 2019 is to ensure that both the message and the messenger are front and center in the discussions of responsible, accountable Canadians throughout 2019 and leading up to the October, 2019 federal election.
The 2019 Canadian federal election may well be a turning p0int in Canadian history. The consequences of allowing the globalist aspirations of an incompetent Prime Minister (already touting himself as wanting to be the ‘first post-national Prime Minister’ in Canadian history) to continue his destructive dark, not sunny, ways are almost too alarming to imagine – or permit.