Sunday, May 17, 2015

Canadians, before you vote, remember the Liberals

There is no point replacing Harper with a brainless twit who will continue to drive Canada in the same direction. Trudeau is no Trudeau, when it comes to Canadian independence and fundamental values.

Trudeau is the continuation of the new Liberal line: Paul Martin, Stéphane Dion, Michael Ignatieff ...

Martin destroyed the party by infighting to veer the country clearly towards US interests and increased integration into US geopolitical designs. Dion was a lame attempt to present a facade of reason, without any correction of direction. Ignatieff was a pathetic Harvard boy brought in like a hand puppet to manage the Martin take-over.

Canadians soundly and rightly rejected the Harvard boy. That would have been too much. But the boys in charge are clearly the same with Trudeau. Trudeau is pro-war, pro-Bill C-51, pro-integration with US foreign policy of destruction and intimidation, pro-foreign-owned capital and corporations setting the rules, and so-on.

Trudeau's entire strategy is to maneuver into your vote. There is no principle, no direction, no plan to make Canada work for Canadians, nothing other than photo ops, double messages, superficial posturing, and middle-class bribes that will dissolve quickly if they are ever implemented for the sake of short-term political advantage.

The Liberal party is a has-been for good reason. It no longer deserves the trust of Canadians.

There are still 30 (of 105) Liberal Senators. What have they done to oppose Harper's selling of Canada to US oil interests and US military adventures? I haven't heard a beep out of them. They know the workings of the system, yet they have not spoken to public opinion.

If you know a candidate in your riding and trust that candidate then vote for him or her. Otherwise, if you are looking to the party leaders and to the party history for change towards a strong and independent Canada that works for Canadians, then abandon the Liberals and vote strategically to not split the vote.

The NDP is far from perfect and far from uncorrupted by corporate influence, but it might find a desire and a backbone, given electoral power, to give Canada back to Canadians, all Canadians. It could bring us back towards some sovereignty and away from US criminality.

Canada needs the world, and could be respected by the wold, if it moved away from the self-destruction of having only the US and Israel as allies.

A new world is emerging, with a strong Russia-China-India alliance that cannot be intimidated. Canada and Europe can work together to talk some sense into the US-Israel desperate madness of domination by force, while preserving its sovereignty for Canadians, all Canadians.

Don't vote Liberal. That would give a very predictable and bad outcome. Vote for a chance at a better model and a better future.

Dr. Denis G. Rancourt is a former tenured and Full Professor of physics at the University of Ottawa, Canada. He is known for his applications of physics education research (TVO Interview). He has published over 100 articles in leading scientific journals, and has written several social commentary essays. He is the author of the book Hierarchy and Free Expression in the Fight Against Racism. He is a columnist at Dissident Voice, and at Veterans Today.

1 comment:

Levantine said...

A new world is emerging, with a strong Russia-China-India alliance that cannot be intimidated.

That claim could easily be mistaken.
To be sure, it does look that a new world is emerging. That is true. Let us see at the prospects of a strong Russia-China-India alliance.

a) China: James Corbett: The Chinese elite is connected _directly_ with the U.S. Western elite. And that is demonstrable, that’s something I did an entire podcast on, a few months ago: “China and the New World Order.” [1][2]

b) India: in the sphere of social justice, the Indian government’s track record is appalling, and it is persistently such. [3] An immoral state such as the Indian should be expected to break promises and principles in the international arena.

c) Russia alone is too weak to avoid intimidation. The sizes of the Western economy and the Russian economy strongly indicate the respective sizes of their military budgets, and consequently their military capacities… The apparent capacities would provide an image widely different from the total ones, which include state secrets.[4] Add to it that in the 90s Russia was busted in every which way, so it must have suffered from bewilderingly many state secrets being disclosed to western intelligence. Add to it also the claims of Russian analysts like…. “we have terrible weaknesses in our economy. We even have no seed grain, no breeding farms, even no eggs to renew our hatching stocks. In such a situation any sudden movements can lead to crisis.” [5].Given all of that, no wonder if Russia is intimidated. [6]

[1] at 03:47 ;
[6] esp. 5th-10th minute

Canadians, make your political choice - to be true to yourselves.