THE IRRATIONAL RAGE OF THE MOB has come to a head, and Canada's left has reached it's Nirvana.
Article by Richard Heathen
CONGRATULATIONS PRIME MINISTER SHINY PONY
PUBLISHED: 20th October, 2015 | By Richard Heathen
The irrational rage of the mob has come to a head, and Canada's left has reached it's Nirvana. Stephen Harper has been defeated in today's election. For the record, Stephen Harper does not have a great record of liberty, with his escalated attacks on non-violent, so called criminals, along with his expansion of state power and growing surveillance state with legislation like C51. While these are great reasons to oppose Harper, these are not the actual reasons for the left's irrational and impassioned hatred for a man they've never met. Oh, they'll play lip-service to these issues for political gain, but they are not the reasons hate the man so. The real reason for the left hate is simply ideological. They think Harper is a dangerous radical who is hell bent on dismantling their progressive paradise in order to force corporate rule on unsuspecting Canadians. The left cries bloody murder about Harpers so called cuts, despite the fact that Harpers cuts were minuscule compared to any libertarian standard.
Watching the election coverage tonight, the pundits can barely veil their smug satisfaction at the defeat of Stephen Harper. The self-congratulatory tone of the default, left of centre punditry was palpable. Long live the Laurentian Consensus, the natural order has finally been restored! (For those who don't know, the Laurentian Consensus refers to an intellectual elite who have been in formed Canadian policy since Confederation). The mythology they've built around Harper is impressive. Harper's political opponents have done a great job of painting him as an over the top caricature of a political villain. The progressive left decries Harper silencing climate scientists. The fact is, bitter ideologues have become enraged, because their mainline to the government trough was cut off. Despite his many flaws, Harper was a climate change heretic. He never followed the progressive doomsday cult known as the modern environmental movement.
The funny thing is, policy wise- the three parties have never been more the same. In an August 16 2015 article by Micheal Den Tandt of the National Post titled Why everyone’s making a mad dash for the middle — of the country and political spectrum:
"First, let’s acknowledge the obvious: Canada no longer has a federal party of the left, centre and right, supplemented by the Greens off on the fringe. There are three centrist parties, with slightly different tones that, to a European socialist or rightist, would appear virtually indistinguishable."
It speaks volumes when a mainstream newspaper in Canada is forced to admit the lack of contrast in the political spectrum. That said, there are still some significant differences, such as gun rights, the war on drugs, and the distinct flavour of globalism Canada will embrace. Trudeau has signed the Campaign for a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly (UNPA). While Harpers vision of globalization was a slow and incremental integration with the Unites States into some type of North American fortress or superstate, Trudeau it would seem is going move Canada much closer to the United Nations. One recent example is Trudeau's pledge to sign the UN small arms treaty, which the Conservative government previously refused to sign. A representative for the National Firearms Association in Canada commented on the UN treaty in the Sun newspaper.
"It contains provisions for universal licensing, mandates firearms registration schemes and provides methods to prohibit and confiscate handguns and semi-automatic firearms in countries where it is implemented."
Elizabeth May, another signatory of the UNPA Campaign expressed her enthusiasm on working with Trudeau so Canada can "regain the status quo on climate change". In her post election in interview she was downright giddy about working with Trudeau on climate change.
“It will take a lot for Canada to regain its hero status on climate change… My offer to assist is genuine… I would love to be working in any way.”
The Liberal leader has also promised a framework to "combatting climate change". Now that Canada's federal government is in the hands of those that are true believers in the United Nations and it's mission, there will be no federal opposition to whatever abomination comes out of the UN Climate Conference in Paris this December. Harper's relationship with the UN was much more contentious then Trudeau's will be. Justin Trudeau thinks it's time for Canada to "reengage with the world", signing the UN small arms treaty. It's clear Trudeau's globalism will put Canada further under the thumb of the UN's insane progressive economic and social policies and the numerous tin pan dictatorships that make up it's members states.
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