Where each party stands on life, family, and freedom

Where each party stands on life, family, and freedom

CitizenGO legally cannot tell you which party to vote for, and we cannot tell you which candidate to vote for.

We will, however, say that it’s very important that you let your voice be heard on Monday, and do what you can to vote for the candidate that best represents your values.

It’s been the aim of CitizenGO from the very beginning to fight for the common good and for the dignity of every human person. We strive to protect life from conception to natural death, the recognition of family and the most basic and natural unit of society, and freedom.

For this reason, we think it’s important to break down the platforms of each federal party, so that you know how each party winning could affect our country when it comes to issues of life, family, and freedom:

Liberal Party:

Platform:

  • Plans to revoke charity status to pro-life organizations, including crisis pregnancy centres who provide care and counseling to women who have chosen life
  • Plans to penalize provincial governments who refuse to fund abortion outside of hospitals (such as in the case of New Brunswicks’s Clinic 554)
  • Plans to give legal protection to any business or organization in Canada that demands that all their employees be vaccinated
  • Plans to ban all forms of conversion therapy, banning the work of groups such as Courage International, who non-coercively help people ro live chaste lives in accordance with the Roman Catholic Church’s teaching on homosexuality

Also…

  • Almost every Liberal Party MP voted for Bill C-7, which radically expanded Canada’s euthanasia law, allowing euthanasia for reasons of mental illness alone, and for the incompetent who cannot provide consent but have signed an advanced directive (Source)
  • Every Liberal Party MP (in attendance) voted against Bill C-233, which would have banned the barbaric practice of sex-selective abortion (Source)
  • The Trudeau government introduced Bill C-10 and Bill C-36, both of which aimed to censor Canadians on the internet (Source)

Conservative Party:

Platform:

  • Plans to repeal Bill C-7, a bill which expanded Canada’s euthanasia law, allowing euthanasia for reasons of mental illness alone, and for the incompetent who cannot provide consent but have signed an advanced directive
  • Plans to ban conversion therapy, but clarifies that non-coerceive conversations will not be criminalized
  • Though the platform claims to support the conscience rights of medical professionals, Erin O’Toole has since clarified that he believes in effective referrals. This means that if a patient wants to be killed through euthanasia, but a medical professional objects to killing them, the medical professional must still violate their conscience by referring their patient to a doctor who is fine euthanizing the patient (Source)

Also…

  • O’Toole says that a Conservative government would not interfere with New Brunswick’s decision to not fund abortions that are not in hospitals (Source)
  • Though the majority of Conservative MPs voted for Bill C-233, which would have banned the barbaric practice of sex-selective abortion, Erin O’Toole voted against it. He has repeatedly referred to himself as pro-choice. (Source) (Source)
  • Every Conservative MP (in attendance) voted against Bill C-10, a bill which threatened to censor Canadians by applying broadcasting regulations to social media users (Source)

New Democratic Party:

Platform:

  • Plans to interfere with provincial governments who refuse to fund abortion outside of hospitals (such as in the case of New Brunswicks’s Clinic 554)
  • Plans to increase access to abortion in rural areas and in the North
  • Plans to ban all forms of conversion therapy, banning the work of groups such as Courage International, who non-coercively help people ro live chaste lives in accordance with the Roman Catholic Church’s teaching on homosexuality
  • Will use the government to crack down on what the NDP believes to be the spread of disinformation and “fake news”

Also…

  • Every NDP MP (in attendance) voted for Bill C-10, a bill which threatened to censor Canadians by applying broadcasting regulations to social media users (Source)
  • The NDP supported Bill C-7, which expanded Canada’s eiuthanasia laws, but opposed it and voted against it when the Senate added multiple amendments to it (Source) (Source)
  • Every NDP MP (in attendance) voted against Bill C-233, which would have banned the barbaric practice of sex-selective abortion (Source)

People’s Party of Canada:

Platform:

  • Plans to repeal C-16 and M-103, and oppose C-10, and C-36, which are all bills that either censor Canadians or compel/condemn the speech of Canadians who express politically-incorrect views
  • Plans to ensure that Canadians are not discriminated against because of their moral convictions
  • Plans to withhold federal funding from any post-secondary institution shown to be violating the freedom of expression of its students or faculty
  • Opposes vaccine mandates and vaccine passports

Bloc Quebecois:

  • Every Bloc Quebecois MP (in attendance) voted for Bill C-10, a bill which threatened to censor Canadians by applying broadcasting regulations to social media users (Source)
  • Every Bloc Quebecois MP (in attendance) voted against Bill C-233, which would have banned the barbaric practice of sex-selective abortion (Source)
  • Every Bloc Quebecois MP voted for Bill C-7, which radically expanded Canada’s euthanasia law, allowing euthanasia for reasons of mental illness alone, and for the incompetent who cannot provide consent but have signed an advanced directive (Source)

Christian Heritage Party:

Platform:

  • Plans to protect innocent life from conception until natural death
  • Plans to restore traditional marriage
  • Plans to repeal euthanasia and assisted suicide
  • Plans to protect free speech
  • Plans to defend the conscience rights of all Canadians, and especially those of medical professionals

Green Party:

Platform:

  • Plans to ban all forms of conversion therapy, banning the work of groups such as Courage International, who non-coercively help people ro live chaste lives in accordance with the Roman Catholic Church’s teaching on homosexuality
  • Plans to legalize prostitution
  • Plans to expand programs in “reproductive health, rights, and in sexual and reproductive health education”

Let Max Speak

Let Max Speak

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!

NOT VERY DEMOCRATIC: Five Globalists Will Be Chatting Among Themselves; Maxime Bernier, the Sole Nationalist, Excluded from Leader’s Debate

 
NOT VERY DEMOCRATIC: Five Globalists Will Be Chatting Among Themselves; Maxime Bernier, the Sole Nationalist, Excluded from Leader’s Debate
People’s Party of Canada (PPC) leader Maxime Bernier has officially kicked off his “Mad Max Election 2021 Tour.” 

With the election just four weeks away, Maxime will be crisscrossing the country to raise awareness about his party and spread his campaign message that “all the other options suck” to Canadians who have grown tired of the rhetoric and empty promises from the establishment parties.  Earlier this week, I was in Oshawa, Ontario, for one campaign stop that drew over 200 people eager to meet local PPC candidates and hear Maxime speak.  Maxime’s party is currently ahead of the Green Party and neck-and-neck with the Bloc Quebecois, leaving some supporters optimistic that the PPC will finally get a foothold inside Parliament.  While I was at the event, I spoke with Maxime and some of his supporters about what makes the PPC different, what they expect in the weeks to come, and why the other party leaders refuse to speak to Rebel News.  Here’s what they had to say

Many PPC candidates did not or would not reflect on any specific policy in regards to their ridings. Instead, the event’s theme appeared to be pro-freedom and pro-individual autonomy and focused heavily on general federal policy.  Maxime himself championed open discussion while remarking to Rebel News that other party leaders are afraid to have a debate.  This Thursday, I had an in-depth interview with Maxime on my premium show, Andrew Says. That interview is available only to RebelNews+ subscribers.   A subscription is usually $8 per month, but you can access our premium content for FREE until the election — just use discount code “ELECTION” when you sign up. Click here to subscribe right now.

Yours truly, 

Andrew Chapados 

P.S. It was a nice change of pace to finally speak with a political leader who’s not afraid to answer our questions. As you may know, candidates from both the Liberal and Conservative parties have avoided our reporters at every opportunity during this campaign. But we will continue to go out into the field to ask them tough questions the mainstream media won’t. To help fund our 2021 Canadian election coverage, please click here to donate or visit RealReporters.ca.

In the Green Party, Support for Israel is Required

Former Green Party candidate, political prisoner and free speech advocate, Monika Schaefer

In the Green Party, Support for Israel is Required

Former Green 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).

The 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!]

CBC Reveals Canadian Jewish Lobby Groups Involved In & Applaud Arrest of Revisionist Monika Schaefer In Germany

CBC Reveals Canadian Jewish Lobby Groups Involved In & Applaud Arrest of Revisionist Monika Schaefer In Germany

In its story on the arrest in Germany, January 3, of Canadian revisionist Monika  Schaefer, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (January 5, 2018) revealed that the League for Human Rights (but not free speech or thought) of B’nai Brith may well have instigated Miss Schaefer’s arrest. B’nai Brith even boasted of its network of contacts in Germany: “Monika Schaefer, a Jasper woman who has denied the Holocaust ever happened, has reportedly been arrested in Germany.  Monika Schaefer was arrested in Munich earlier this month, B’nai Brith Canada, said in a statement Thursday. The Canadian-based Jewish rights advocacy group  … praised German authorities. B’nai Brith officials said the group had filed complaints against Schaefer with German officials because of her ‘anti-Semitic incitement.’ Holocaust denial is a criminal offence in Germany. Under Germany’s Incitement to Hatred laws, those found guilty of denying the Holocaust could face a maximum of five years in prison. ‘German officials should be commended for taking action against Holocaust denial,’ said Michael Mostyn, chief executive officer of B’nai Brith Canada, in a statement. ‘We will continue to work, even across borders, to ensure that racism and bigotry find no haven in Canada.'”

Every bit as much as Saudi Arabia is a theocracy that enforces Islam, post World War II Germany is a secular theocracy ruthlessly enforcing the new religion of holocaust.

Not surprisingly, according to the CBC report, another Canadian Jewish lobby  group rejoiced in the 58 year-old Alberta musician and former Green Party candidate’s arrest. “The Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center said it confirmed through the Bavarian State Police that Schaefer had been arrested on charges related to Holocaust denial. The Toronto-based …  organization, which is committed to countering racism and anti-Semitism, commended German police for the arrest. ‘Holocaust denial and revisionism continue to prevail across social media platforms in Canada and across the globe,’ Avi Benlolo, chief executive of the centre, said in an emailed statement. ‘Such perversion of the truth must be confronted through the use of the deterrent tools available under the law, as well as through education.'”

Monika Schaefer

Monika Schaefer in happier times with Green Party leader Elizabeth May. Monika was four times a Green Party candidate.