I believe that most Canadians are kind and considerate people that historically have trusted their government and other institutions. For generations this has been our strength but now it has become our weakness. Wilful blindness by the majority of our population seems to be the problem. Canadians seem content to just ‘go along to get along’ and this is leading us to disaster.
Surely living through the Panic of the last three years has taught us something about the power of the state. Surely watching the extreme climate change policies disrupt our economies and jobs has taught us that using fear to motivate and control populations is not acceptable. Surely witnessing government and media censorship of free speech gives one pause. Surely watching the continual erosion of the traditional family over the past forty years and the corresponding rise in social issues makes one think.
The time has come to remove the blinders and confront the threats that are right in front of us. The time has come to ask questions, to listen to alternative media sources, to remind yourself that Canada and most of its history is good, not evil, and certainly not to be erased. The time has come to reconsider our place within our democracy along with our voting habits to date. If things are not right in Canada the only solution is to elect new parliamentarians of conviction. Wilful blindness is no longer an excuse for inaction.
Candidate – PPC for Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke