Jan 122023
 


It’s remarkable how polarized people can get while objecting to political polarization.

Conditioned to believe that there is no longer any fundamental difference between the Left and Right, a reluctant awakening that the polarities of Left and Right remain persistent and represent real values continues to come as a shock to many.

Far from merely being an issue of semantics, the necessity of polarization is key to winning any political struggle. In this respect, the Left has the clear advantage.

Those struggling to find a place for freedom on a fictional “political spectrum” defined by the Left are clearly a lost constituency, lacking any identity or polarity by which to identify, organize, and unify. Given that “conservatives” no longer represent the Right, the fear of being labeled “right wing” coupled with a rejection of polarization has led many to destructive political alignments with anarchy and libertarianism.

Of course, all of this is to the advantage of the tyrannical Left, whose political victories have primarily been on the battlefield of definitions and propaganda. Until those who value freedom proudly recognize and proclaim their “Rightful” place on the political polarity, their struggle to be seen or heard will continue to be an unnecessarily difficult one.

The fact that freedom has always been Just Right for humanity is why that’s the only polarity where it can be found.

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Dec 292022
 


When it comes to Canada’s reckless and unconscionable support of waging war in Ukraine, every party and politician currently in Canada’s parliament is “all for war and supports Ukraine,” observes our guest Maxime Bernier, leader of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC).

For Canada, there is no justifiable reason to be involved in the Ukraine conflict. Yet all Canadian politicians share a delusional narrative that supporting Ukraine and waging war with Russia is somehow fighting for democracy and self-determination. Nothing could be further from the truth, which is precisely why censorship and media propaganda play such a large part in their war.

So when Maxime suggests that the conflict in Ukraine is “not our war” that is not to say that Canada is not involved in a war of its own. He understands that Canada’s real war is between the Canadian people and their political elite. It is the war to win the minds and hearts of Canadians themselves, a majority of whom according to official polls, have been convinced that the delusional narrative being advanced by our fake news media and our fake democratic politicians somehow reflects reality.

Ironically, having propagandized enough of the public with their false narratives, Canadian politicians are now justifying their support of war based on polls reflecting their own BS. So it should not be surprising that when the PPC released its factual and thoughtful position on Canada and the Ukraine War, that the silence from the mainstream media and all of the political interests pushing for war was deafening.

However, one thing came through loud and clear. Canadian politicians and their parties are utterly devoid of principles or conviction. Continuing to describe the Conservative Party as “morally and intellectually bankrupt,” Maxime’s apt description is equally applicable to the rest, making the PPC Canada’s only opposition party to the war for which the rest lust, and the only party in Canada that is Just Right for Canadians.

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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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The West Wants Out | Salim Mansur

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Oct 172022
 

When the Reform Party of Canada was created in 1987 it captured the discontent that many Western Canadians felt about the inequities of Confederation. Their slogan was “The West Wants In.”

Since then, the Reform Party morphed into the Canadian Alliance which again evolved into the Conservative Party of Canada. Throughout these changes, however, Westerners witnessed no essential change in the way that Ottawa treated them, even under the majority government of Stephen Harper.

Finally realizing that Canada is nothing more than a patchwork quilt of quarreling provinces and regions many in the West no longer regard the country as their home and feel that independence would be more in their best interest.

Our guest, professor Salim Mansur of Western University recently toured Alberta and British Columbia coming away with a sense that separation—particularly for Alberta—may be the only viable way for that jurisdiction to prosper and at the same time prompt the rest of Canada to repair the tenuous bonds that hold the nation together.

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759 – It’s party time in Ontario—the freedom to party and a party to freedom | Paul McKeever | Mike McMullen

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May 192022
 


When it comes to Ontario’s 2022 provincial election now under way, it appears that there are more politicians wanting the freedom to party than there are who want a party to freedom.

Considering the number of political parties now registered in the province of Ontario, it’s alarming to realize that only one is a party to freedom. That party is the Freedom Party of Ontario (FPO) and its leader Paul McKeever (also FPO’s candidate in London North Centre) joins us to describe why this is so.

Along the way, Paul offers a history of Freedom Party and of the Ontario government’s persistent manipulation of the electoral system – and of political parties – since FPO’s founding in 1984.

On the federal front it’s much the same story, where the only party to freedom is the People’s Party of Canada (PPC). Past PPC candidate for London West, Mike McMullen, joins us to describe why he also feels comfortable now running as a provincial 2022 candidate for Freedom Party in his same riding.

Having participated in provincial candidate debates, both Paul and Mike have noticed how any discussion of the government’s pandemic response over the past few years is being entirely avoided by the other parties, and how they’re all desperately pretending it’s politics as usual. Most noticeable is the absence of any Progressive Conservative (PC) candidates at the debates, particularly given that the ruling PC party is the party most responsible for the government’s mishandling of the entire pandemic controversy.

Calling for the government to be held accountable for its incredible violations of individual freedom during the past few years is a key objective of Freedom Party’s 2022 election platform appropriately titled: Truth Rights Justice Freedom.

It’s also why, as the party’s own literature proclaims, Freedom Party is Ontario’s only party that’s “Just Right for Ontario.”

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758 – Man of the people | Maxime Bernier

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May 122022
 


“We need an ideological revolution,” recommends our guest Maxime Bernier, leader of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC).

As a former member of the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) who narrowly (and suspiciously) lost a CPC leadership bid, Bernier served as Minister of Foreign Affairs and as chairman of the Committee on National Defense. So when he says that the CPC is “intellectually and morally bankrupt,” his observation is based on direct experience.

“It’s not our war,” says Bernier about the situation in Ukraine. Calling for diplomatic negotiation instead of military escalation, he has found that this view has become an unacceptable discussion point in Canada, where the Trudeau government is forcing Canadian taxpayers to fund the very escalation he fears.

Sadly, reaching Canadians with news about the PPC or its take on the issues has become an uphill struggle. In a country whose fourth estate has been transformed into a taxpayer-funded propaganda machine, the odds of any objective reporting about the PPC or its leader from this media are remote indeed.

Because he has wisely refused to take state-mandated injections, Bernier has been prohibited from travelling freely within his own country. Consequently, Bernier has joined with former Newfoundland premier Brian Peckford (one of the original framers of Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms) to file a lawsuit against the Trudeau government’s violation of everyone’s constitutional right to travel in Canada.

No one, let alone a leader of a national party, should ever be subject to travel restrictions or injection mandates. In the face of the Left’s contempt for individual freedom, Bernier’s style of “doing politics differently” becomes a necessity. Of course, everyone already knows that being Just Right is about as different from how politics is done today as it gets.

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May 052022
 

During his tour of Canada’s Maritime Provinces, I was honoured to have a conversation with People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier.

Maxime is perhaps the only Western politician calling for peace and prosperity in Ukraine and asks that the two warring parties continue negotiations to end the conflict.

We also talked about the effectiveness of Canada’s Senate in revoking the Emergencies Act, the defunding of the CBC and an end to all subsidies to media including advertising funds, the irrationality of Justin Trudeau’s and Jagmeet Singh’s measures on travel for those not “vaccinated,” and the prospect for the publishing of his book “Doing Politics Differently.”

This video is also available on Rumble.

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