Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Election 2021: Too much is at stake to ruin your ballot


With a week to go in the federal election, a lot is at stake. This, the Prime Minister assured us, is the most important since 1945. That’s why I’m here to tell you what it is.

Uh, wait a second. It’s kind of complicated. First, because allowing a five-party forum in official debate is virtually indistinguishable and certainly not affordable.

The latest Conservative micro-handout is “three days of paid bereavement leave in the event of a miscarriage,” on top of a “50 percent discount purchased for food and non-alcoholic beverages for a month from Monday through Wednesday,” to do so once safe” and “a 15 percent tax credit for holiday spending of up to $1,000 per person.” Which confirms not only that modern politicians are looking to bribe all voters, but that they have original ideas. With no money, because all that anyone could possibly give was already there.

OK, you sigh. What about integrity? Can’t we at least elect a social democracy that is not an insult to decency? Sadly, the PM’s horrific hypocrisy on everything from electoral reform to a balanced budget, boil-water advice, UNDRIP, open government, sunny ways and feminism deserves punishment, but Erin O’Toole’s true blue-bright Not at the cost of rewarding Red flip-flop.

So what about the NDP, whose ever-increasing noise says Justin Trudeau is conspiring on behalf of the “ultra-rich” and “super-rich” to keep Canada an undemocratic democracy? What a mean man

No, not Trudeau, despite his brutal streak a mile (1.6 kilometers) wide. Jagmeet Singh. The NDP is not tainted by the same hypocrisy as other “mainstream” parties, including the Bloc, which hate Canada but love its subsidies. But the NDP is even worse by unmodifying contemporary standards, despite a nostalgic passage in the September 13 National Post recalling Jack Layton’s appeal to his party to offer optimism and hope.

Don’t look at Leo for that crap. He is seriously determined to bring the conspirators to the ground in the name of a bright future of peace and harmony. uh. And greens aren’t just watermelon, they have an anti-Semitic problem.

At this point a voice from behind might scream that I’m not nearly as cynical. And in fact, I try to avoid cynicism without falling into the guise. But what does it matter whether the parties promise, wise or foolish, cheap or frivolous, when they don’t do what they say? Treating Trudeau’s stage as a sign of his program is the demeanor of a stern chump, while O’Toole is a proven hypocrite waiting to spring off the old “oh, the financial situation is worse than we thought”. is, or it has sprung from reality on it, and the NDP doesn’t even pretend that their program is cheap.

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It’s an old political ploy to promise the moon, then sorry, we’re out of green cheese, I didn’t know. And when you say man, it is your job to know, what are you doing for so many years if you are not studying government, they say bwa bawa bawa but mean I am studying politics, to know Turns out this is shoddy preparation to rule but what can you foolish voters do because (a) I have won now and (b) everyone else is equal.

Well, we could have voted for a smaller party. But then our candidate won’t win and it’s all about winning, right? Like everything in life, from business deals to domestic disagreements. Nothing is worth winning. This is for robbers.

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Now another heckler yells, “What about PPC?” and is immediately expelled from the hall because the People’s Party clearly should not exist. He was excluded from the leaders’ debate, unlike the Bloc, which thinks Canada should not exist and was included despite voting ahead of the Greens because they are the conscience of the nation, the party we all secretly support. , even if we think we don’t. Or N.D.P. I forget.

You can question the management skills of Maxim Bernier. if you can find them. But the insistence that all his supporters are viciously ignorant and that his policies are brutally absurd, so they should not be discussed, lest they prove tempting, is, in the end, a sign that something is at stake in this election. Namely, shaking up a political class that is horrifyingly smuggled with nothing to do with it.

They want nothing better than to demoralize us so much that we stop doing anything. So don’t. Find something to vote for or, if not, you can at least vote so furiously that you’d yell “yet” if you were hip.

It’s some kind of meme, apparently. Or once it was. I wouldn’t know. But I know that if you vote Liberal, Conservative or NDP, you are wasting your vote.

There is a lot at stake to do so.

The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Epoch Times.

John Robson is a documentary filmmaker, National Post columnist, editor of the Dorchester Review, commentator-at-large with NewsTalk Radio 580 CFRA in Ottawa, and executive director of Climate Discussion Nexus. His most recent documentary is “The Environment: A True Story”.


This News Originally From – The Epoch Times

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