Understand, that “far right” now means anyone who is:
- Doesn’t believe the coronavirus mania
- Against mass immigration
- Anti-race mixing
So basically, the Canadian “conservative” party is saying that they only accept hardcore communists.
Federal Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole pushed back against attempts to link his party to Trump-style politics on Sunday, saying there is “no place for the far right” in the Tories while accusing the Liberals of divisive dirty tricks.
In a statement Sunday, O’Toole asserted his own views on such issues as abortion, gay rights and reconciliation with Indigenous people in Canada while insisting that his party is not beholden to right-wing extremists and hatemongers.
“The Conservatives are a moderate, pragmatic, mainstream party — as old as Confederation — that sits squarely in the centre of Canadian politics,” O’Toole said.
“My singular focus is to get Canada’s economy back on track as quickly as possible to create jobs and secure a strong future for all Canadians. There is no place for the far right in our party.”
That is the exact stated position of the Liberal Party.
The unusual statement follows the riot at the U.S. Capitol, which outgoing President Donald Trump has been accused of inciting and which has since been held up as proof of the dangers posed by right-wing extremists to Western democracy.
It also comes on the heels of a Liberal Party fundraising letter sent to members last week that accused the Conservatives under O’Toole of “continuing a worrisome pattern of divisive politics and catering to the extreme right.”
As one example, it cited the motto used by O’Toole’s leadership campaign: “Take back Canada.”
The statement literally meant “take back Canada from the other political party.” The other political party is claiming it has something to do with taking it back from immigrants, a claim which is being denounced in the strongest terms by everyone.
It also referenced a photo that has been circulating of Conservative deputy leader Candice Bergen wearing a hat with Trump’s slogan, “Make America Great Again,” and a since-deleted Tory website originally posted a few years ago alleging the Liberals wanted to rig the 2019 election.
Conservative spokesperson Cory Hann told CBC News in an email that the webpage was in response to the Liberals’ proposed changes to the Elections Act, while noting the Liberals made similar accusations against the Conservatives before the 2015 election.
Of course they did.
All these people do is sit around and say “NO U.”
O’Toole on Sunday condemned the Capitol Hill attack as “horrifying,” and sought to distance himself and the Tories from Trumpism by touting his party’s support for free and fair elections, the peaceful transfer of power and accountable government.
To that end, he lashed out at the Liberals, referencing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision to prorogue Parliament last summer as hurting accountability, before turning the tables on the governing party and accusing them of using U.S.-style politics.
“If the Liberals want to label me as ‘far right,’ they are welcome to try,” O’Toole said. “Canadians are smart and they will see this as an attempt to mislead people and import some of the fear and division we have witnessed in the United States.”
If you can’t even wear a MAGA hat in a conservative party without being denounced as a Nazi extremist by the leader of the party, you have to wonder: what is the point of a conservative party? Conversely, what is the point of a liberal party?
If all disagreement is banned, then why not just have one single party?
The answer of course is that if you don’t have multiple parties, you can’t get away with the heinous crimes that democracy governments get away with. In one party states, like China, the government can’t say “oh well, you voted for this – you should have voted for the other guy.”
In China, if there is a problem, and the people are upset about the problem, then the Party has to explain it, because “the buck stops here.”
In a partisan democracy, or any democracy, the buck is a hot potato that just gets passed around eternally. Every time anything goes wrong, and anyone asks for an explanation, calls for someone to be punished for it, the different democracy groups just blame each other.
Even if someone eventually goes down for something, it’s just one man, who is not considered to be a cog in a machine of criminality. There is just always a “fall guy.”
Granted, in a one party system like China, there are also fall guys. In any system, there are fall guys. You see this in the corporate world, and everywhere. But there is also an understanding that the fall guy is a part of a system, and if fall guys start stacking up, the people say: there is clearly an endemic problem here.
Democracy is the worst system ever invented. It was first introduced officially in 1867 by the Great Philosopher Karl Marx in his grand work “Das Kapital.” It was introduced by governments through the turn of the 20th century. And it is now at the end of the line.
These people are not even attempting to claim that there are differences in the parties anymore. It is purely a system of two groups who pass the hot potato between each other, to allow the goyim to go out and vote every X number of years for some other posse of mountebanks, who are telling you they’re going to do the same thing as the last group of mountebanks, just do it more successfully.
But they don’t ever do it more successfully, which is why in every Western country with a democracy system – excluding Germany, which is literally under a massive military occupation by the United States Military (i.e., NATO and Israel) – these parties just keep switching back and forth as things continue to go in one singular direction, everywhere.
Here’s the bottom line: the Marxist democracy system has failed. It has failed at every potential point of failure, pretty much all at the same time:
- The parties have removed all of their differences from each other
- There is no longer the illusion of the ability of the peasants to influence government
- Governments are now using the flu to enact wartime emergency measures that allow them to pass new laws by decree that totally bypass civil protections on individuals and institutions
- It has completely failed to divorce itself from big money powers, due to the above stated inability for the peasantry to influence policy
- No one is happy with any of this
- The system has proved that when all else fails, they will just steal your election, and if you complain about it, they will use terrorism legislation against you
Donald Trump, for all his flaws, was the last politician. We are now purely under the rule of a totally unaccountable bureaucracy.
We have to stop participating.
We have to withdraw consent, and the only way we can do that, on a mass scale, without committing a crime, is to stop voting.
In the 2022 elections, I want to see a 100% Democrat victory in every national election, across the United States.
But then, hey, you know what?
I wouldn’t be surprised if they use this election fraud system to make it so a few Republicans win, just to make people continue to believe.
Regardless: what we need is a major movement against voting. We need to withdraw consent. As long as you vote, you are giving these people a right to do whatever they want to do with you.