Dec 222022
 

The People’s Party of Canada, led by Maxime Bernier represents the views of approximately 1.4 million Canadians yet Canada’s corporate media has refused to cover the Party’s recently released policy statement on the Russo-Ukraine conflict.

The Party’s position is the only one calling for a negotiated peace and starkly contrasts with the warmongering stance taken by all other Canadian political parties and leaders.

“…whatever you think about who the good and the bad guys are, I believe Canada should not have gotten involved in this war. We should have remained neutral and worked with our allies to help establish a peace process” Mr. Bernier said.

All Canadian parliamentarians are in lock-step in their blind support of the Ukrainian government of Volodymyr Zelenskyy—blind because they are refusing to acknowledge the undemocratic nature of Zelenskyy’s regime and his brutal subjugation of Russo-Ukrainians. Blind also for their refusal to even consider the causes which precipitated the actions from Moscow.

Zelenskyy has banned most opposition parties, nationalized the media, and is moving to outlaw the Orthodox Church and still, Canadian Parliamentarians call him the “Champion of democracy,” while Moscow has claimed that it is acting lawfully within the bounds of the United Nations Charter Chapter VII Article 51.

Here, Mr. Bernier joins Robert Vaughan of Just Right Media to discuss the geopolitical consequences of the conflict unfolding in Ukraine and the disgraceful and irresponsible behaviour of Canada’s parliamentarians and corporate media.

This video is also available on YouTube, BitChute, and Odysee.

Mr. Bernier’s presentation of the PPC’s policy on the Russo-Ukrainian conflict may be found on Rumble and on YouTube

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  One Response to “Fallout! The consequences of Canada’s role in Ukraine | Maxime Bernier”

  1. I think Max and PPC are not the only political party that may be speaking sense in Canada. I would suggest to get Jacques Boudreau, leader of Libertarian Party of Canada, some stream time on your channel for his party’s point of view as well. Cheers.

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