Friday, August 28, 2015

Tom Mulcair playing the Identity Politics Card- NDP fake opposition

 CBC
Can a vote for Mulcair really mean a less divided Canada?
Or a more divided Canada? One divided along different parameters?
I have had an endless stream of emails from the NDP claiming "We want you back"
It isn't happening. The NDP has turned itself into a big war, Israel can do no wrong party. Same as all the others. No sense throwing good money after bad!

New Democratic Party purges candidates over pro-Palestine positions in lead up to Canadian election

 The letter went on to state – “The NDP’s stance in barring any criticism of Israel is undemocratic and wrong. Morgan Wheeldon and Jerry Natanine were not breaking confidence with a democratically-determined party policy platform, or engaged in any such mutiny. They have uttered words critical of Israel, in contexts of democratic discourse. Your actions are incompatible with your claim of seeking a balanced approach.

 Conservatives must support Ukraine with more than rhetoric-NDP

With the Ukrainian President visiting Canada, the NDP is urging the Conservatives to put rhetoric aside and make concrete commitments to assist Ukrainians with the ongoing crisis in their country.
“Ukraine has been anxious to receive $200 million in desperately needed financial aid that the Conservatives promised over six months ago,” said NDP Foreign Affairs critic Paul Dewar (Ottawa Centre). “This financial package is key to restoring economic and political stability to Ukraine. The United States and the European Union have already delivered, why are the Conservatives dragging their feet?”
New Democrats also continue to call on the Conservatives to ensure that Russian business leaders with close ties to President Vladimir Putin do not escape sanctions. At least two businessmen with significant investments in Canada, blacklisted by the US and other allies, have not faced any Canadian restrictions.
The NDP insisting that Canadian taxpayer dollars, taxpayer dollars extorted from my family, go to support an illegitimate coup government far removed from this land

The War on Libya: Canada’s Parliament Endorses Military Escalation

 The New Democratic Party (NDP) and the Bloc Quebecois, which claim to be “progressive’ and “anti-war”, have given a blank cheque to the US-NATO sponsored war in North Africa.

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10 comments:

  1. I have more info to get to, but, the Canadian election/selection isn't going to change a thing in this nation- In fact if the NDP win this country will simply splinter into a rainbow of division- along every line of identity politics imaginable in one massive divide and conquer- Killing Canadian society. With Canadians as the willing dupes

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    1. Hi Penny,

      I read something recently about how whichever group can play the strongest victim card wins. No guesses as to who is currently bottom of the pile with zero points and also which group holds the joker that beats all other victim groups. There is a board game to be made there.

      The migration tidal wave that was clearly planned prior to the destruction of Libya, is not only reaching epic proportions but has made clear that there are only two positions allowed. Pro mass immigration or neo nazi.

      Germany is estimated to get 800,000 refugees this year and the situation is beyond bizarre, There are so many things happening so quickly, but one small piece in a regional newspaper summed things up nicely for me.

      An Afghan man flees to Germany with his wife and children. He is provided with a nice apartment in a very, very nice town in a very, very nice area of Germany. The Afghan announces his approval, but then adds that because his wife is expecting her fourth child they need a bigger apartment.

      Meanwhile, millions of Germans have seen their benefits shaved over the past years and German tax payers can look forward to sharing the bill for the new arrivals who will forever change the face of their nation and if they dare to even question the wisdom of the current situation they are branded neo nazis. The media hysteria against those who object to mass immigration is at times shocking.

      Anthony

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  2. Yeah I am very worried about this 'selection' in October, none of the parties are really any different from one another in terms of the things that really count.

    How the hell do we get Israel out of our politcs?

    Buffy

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    1. Hey Buffy

      I don't know. I'm debating how to participate in this election? I can't officially decline my ballot, to my knowledge, as I did in the provincial election?
      So, I'm contemplating spoiling it, intentionally.
      I'm sick of this phony choice that is no choice, I can't keep choosing the lesser of two evils, when both are evil.
      It's frustrating as hell
      And can there be evil that is "a little less"?

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    2. No we can't officially decline as with our provincial election - wish we could...

      We are so screwed and given Canadians' reputation for apathy I don't see anything getting any better any time soon. Many will not even bother voting. What a mess.

      With the activists taking over the Green party from old school real conservatives (not neocons) there truly is NO real choice. Trudeau and the Liebrals are terrible, Harper is a disaster and Muclair is a traitor to Layton's hard work.

      It is depressing to say the least :(

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  3. I have said it before and I will state it again... If any of these rejects from clown college come to your door and ask for your vote.. ask them the following question:

    Do you support the Apartheid state of Israel?

    If the reject answers"yes" then tell the clown flat out that he and his "party" are NOT getting your vote!

    Find an independent candidate or someone with the balls to stand up for principles.. If that is not possible, write your own name on the ballot on selection day....

    If all else fails.. Sadly, Do not vote period....

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  4. The NDP candidate DID come to my door and I DID ask her about the overwhelming support for Israel by the Canadian parties. Her answer? "The NDP wants a "Two State" solution for Palestine". Interestingly about Mulcair. Wayne Madsen wrote recently that he may have ties to the forerunners of CSIS (which Wayne says takes orders from the CIA) who infested all the leftist Canadian parties in the 50's and 60's. Mulcair has been connected with all the main parties which should be an indication that his true loyalties lie elsewhere.

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  5. I for one am happy to see my neighbors to the north have sunk down to the fine 2 party system that we have in Amerika. Party of the 1%.

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  6. I reject the notion that not voting is "apathy". You might as well accuse those who vote of democratic fervour. Hah. Exactly.

    Not voting is a DEMOCRATIC RIGHT. It usually means no good choices. The proof of this is when people feel (or have been convinced) they have someone they can believe in . . . they vote in droves. Unfortunately for politicians . . . with the MSM no longer supplying 100% of all news and with the internet being so accessible to so many . . . the powers that be find a hard time suppressing all truths, and the best they can do is crapflood with uselessness, mis and disinform, and distract. But it's not a perfect method, and in the last 15, 20 years, people have come to know that largely, their voice doesn't count, because everyone wants the same thing and all we keep getting is a long line of slimy-assed thieves and liars who are only in the game for personal gain.

    If you vote, you support the system. It means you approve of the system.

    Use your democratic right.

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  7. "If you vote, you support the system. It means you approve of the system."

    I agree, Slozo. To that I would add, "It also means you are responsible for what these thieves do, including waging war on innocents"

    It is everybody that votes that gives the system the veneer of legitimacy. Why do they spend so much money on election campaigns?

    The way to revolt is simply not to play. They get their energy from us so the answer it to walk away - at least mentally, at first. This can start with not voting. You do not delegate any authority to them and you start looking for other answers.

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