Dec. 4, 2022

Sadly, the Conservatives are towing the Liberal/socialist line

A reader of my blog has informed me of a recent survey conducted by the Conservative Party of Canada among its members. They provide a list of issues to the members and ask them rate them according to their impact on their lives. 

Here are the issues the Party covered:

Out of this list of issues affecting the country, please select three that are most impacting your life.

  • Rising cost of groceries
  • Children’s pain medication shortage
  • Unaffordable housing market
  • The lack of free speech on university campuses
  • Increasing rent prices
  • Rural crime
  • Gang violence
  • Liberal government’s fertilizer reduction plan
  • Carbon tax increase on home heating’

No mention of the covid vaccine impact on a person’s heath, or the lockdowns and mandates impact on peoples’ health, job, business. Completely oblivious to all this. The doctors who are being harassed, other people being harassed and the forced wearing of scientifically unhealthy masks – the unnecessary and dangerous covid vaccines being imposed on children and pregnant women. The many unexplained deaths. The heart problems, the blood clots. 

How about the millions of ‘pandemic’ dollars that were indiscriminately given to people and organizations that did not qualify?

Don’t get me wrong, there are a lot of important issues, but after almost three years of relentless coercion, using unscientific data to guide public health, the delayed surgeries, and deaths etc, one would think in doing surveys one of our major political parties, especially given the unconstitutional use of emergency act and the ongoing attacks on the legitimate Truckers Convoy, some common sense would finally set in. 

One wonders just where our leaders reside and socialize. 

When you have the Liberal/Socialist federal governing team pursuing such a dangerous narrative, the mainstream media, big tech, and the Provinces “sheep-like following”, I ‘m sure there were a lot of people (I met and heard from them) who pinned their hopes on a real change in the Conservative movement with a “new” Team at the top. 

The more things change . . .

As one of Canada’s most important writers, David Solway, said in a recent article that I posted on my blog:

 “Canada is now an immigrant-ridden and fissiparous country, the majority of its people wallowing in obliviousness and proud, it would seem, of their deference to authoritarian dictate.”

That system change is needed – my refrain these days can hardly be overstated.