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“I am a Canadian, free to speak without fear, free to worship in my own way, free to stand for what I think right, free to oppose what I believe wrong, or free to choose those who shall govern my country. This heritage of freedom I pledge to uphold for myself and all mankind.” ~~ John G. Diefenbaker

FELDSTED - A Liberal organizer declared in 1986 ... ‘Tell them anything to get elected and do what you want when you win’. Trudeau drank the Kool-Aid and acts accordingly

A STARK CHOICE ... pollsters and pundits insist that the Conservatives and Liberals are in “deadlocked” in the 2019 election race. That is hard to believe considering the vast difference between how the two parties plan to govern over the next four years.
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer
The Conservatives have proposed a common-sense, reasonable plan to reduce spending on non-essential programs (such as subsidies to corporations) to finance tax reductions while maintaining core services and working to balanced budgets.

The Liberal continue to strike fear in Canadians (fear of a climate crisis; fear of any reductions in government spending) and to spend even more to create a false appearance of prosperity. Liberals will increase borrowing due to budget deficits by $94 billion over the next four years, raising our federal debt from the current $768 billion to $862 billion.

To put that in to perspective, based on a modest 3.2% interest rate, we are currently paying $24.6 billion per year in interest. The Liberals plan to increase that to $27.6 billion by 2023.

That is scary; in 2015, the Liberals promised us the accumulated deficits over the next four years would be $24.1 billion. Their actual record was $71.8 billion. 

They missed their target by $47.4 billion or nearly a double (+97%) overrun.

What the Liberals promise, and deliver are very different. I recall a declaration by a Liberal organizer in 1986: “Tell them anything to get elected and do what you want when you win”. Justin Trudeau drank that Kool-Aid and acts accordingly.

We cannot tolerate another four years of reforming Canada to Justin Trudeau’s globalist ideals. The concerns and well being of Canadians come first and are being ignored by our current government.

Despite Herculean efforts to dumb us down by forcing us to accept globalist declarations that there is a consensus of scientists and therefore climate change science is settled, most of us know that there is no such thing as a “consensus” in science. Science is an unending search for truth; fact that can be verified through replication.

An "argument to the people" is a fallacious concept which concludes that a proposition must be true because many people believe it, often concisely encapsulated as: "If many believe so, it is so."

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau
Some members of the scientific community have sold their souls for income. Most members of the academic community have sold their souls to fame and glory. There is “no real critical thinking” in academia anymore.

Please take time to view two 12-minute videos:

Andrew Scheer has disappointed us so far, but the belated release of his costed platform indicates there is real fire beneath the election campaign fog.

On the other hand, we are painfully aware of Trudeau’s track record and most of us have an aversion to consorting with an unethical ideologue who disdains the rule of law.

John Feldsted
Political Commentator, Consultant & Strategist
Winnipeg, Manitoba


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