Five Globalists will shoot the shit in next week’s controlled “leaders’ debate. The only nationalist, pro-freedom candidate Maxime Bernier is excluded. The PPC is now consistently polling ahead of the Green Party, & has candidates in over 90% of ridings; Greens in less than 75%.
Next week, Party Leaders will descend on the National Capital Region to take part in the Federal Leaders’ Debates organized by a government-appointed agency.
All except one.
As you are probably already aware, PPC Leader Maxime Bernier was unjustly excluded from these debates.
The PPC is now consistently polling ahead of the Green Party, and has candidates in over 90% of ridings across the country while the Greens have candidates in less than 75% of ridings.
Why is Annamie Paul included while Maxime Bernier is left out?
Because the Green Party does not disrupt the mainstream narrative! The establishment knows that if Max is given a credible platform, his message will resonate with average Canadians, and the narrative will crumble.
We will not stand by while the establishment elites in the government and media try to silence us.
We will be gathering outside the venue on Thursday, September 9th to show our support for Max and the PPC and demonstrate that we will not be ignored!
In the Green Party, Support for Israel is Required
Party four-time candidate Monika Schaefer says that she learned
that, at its core, the Green Party is green on the outside and red on
the inside. Well, if not red, at least stridently Zionist. Recently, the Green
Party elected a new leader to replace Elizabeth May, who, it must be
remembered, refused to even answer pleas for her to help her former colleague
political prisoner Monika Schaefer, when she was jailed for 10
months in 2016 for a video she had posted (“Sorry, Mom, I Was Wrong
About the Holocaust).
Greens, like their leftist counterparts in the NDP, seem unable to
resist the lure of “diversity”. The NDP chose Turban Guy, Jagmeet
Singh, a media favourite, who promptly lost half their seats in the 2019
election. Much of the party’s base wasn’t so keen on this
“diversity”. Now, the Greens have chosen a Toronto Black Jewish
lawyer, Annamie Paul. She came first of eight candidates. Close runner
up was Dimitri Lascaris of Montreal, who describes himself as an
“eco-socialist”. However, it’s not the degree of state intervention
that can get you kicked out of the Green Party: It’s your commitment to
supporting a foreign state. Lascaris was kicked out of the party
leadership for a while because of his views on Israel and, according to
outgoing leader, Elizabeth May and incoming Zionist Annamie
Paul, Lascaris should be kicked out of the party. The National Post
(October 3, 2020) reports: “At the beginning of the race, frontrunner
Lascaris’ candidacy was rejected by the party’s vetting committee in late May
due to ‘public statements on a number of issues’.
Though the party’s Leadership
Contest Authority did not detail the issues, Lascaris was widely criticized
for an ‘anti-Semitic’ tweet in 2018 accusing two Jewish Liberal MPs of being
more loyal to Israel than their own country.” [How is that anti-Semitic,
if it happens to be true?] Though race frontrunners Paul and Lascaris agree on
many policy decisions, their views on Israel differ strongly.
During the party’s convention in 2016,
Lascaris successfully moved the resolution to support the “Boycott, Divest, and
Sanction” movement — colloquially known as BDS — against Israel.
During her time as leader, May never seemingly officially abided by that
resolution.” [So much for party grassroots democracy! Far from
“telling truth to power”, Elizabeth May was just another party leader
dictator like the Big Three.]
In separate interviews with Global
News published this week, both May and Paul said they thought Lascaris
should have disqualified him from the race. ‘There is no question that the Green
Party has work to do in addressing racism, anti-Semitism, systemic
discrimination in all its forms,’ Paul told Global News. ‘My view and
the party’s views are solid on this: to the extent that anyone who is
running for the leadership of the Green Party of Canada and who has
expressed anti-Semitic views, they shouldn’t have been allowed to run,’ May
added.” [And “anti-Semitic” is criticism of Israel!]