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Last night my partner-in-crime and I attended a Conservative meet-and-greet at the Terminal City Club in downtown Vancouver. The guest speaker was Conservative deputy leader Melissa Lantsman who is the first openly gay Jewish woman elected as a conservative Member of Parliament. Some confusion ensued from the get-go because an email had been mistakenly sent promising food and drinks. Much to the dismay of those of us who showed up hungry, there was only a cash bar. Would not be the first time a politician did not deliver on their promises.
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Lantsman launched into a brief speech, touching on some traditional conservative talking points, such as a balanced budget, drill for more oil and Trudeau-is-a-douchebag. (Okay, it wasn’t exactly like that, but kinda how it sounded to my jaded apolitical brain.) Some other highlights were the cost of living crisis, homelessness and Lantsman’s promise that Bill C-11 will be gone under a CPC government.
All the woes of the world were placed on Trudeau’s bony shoulders: “It’s all one guy’s fault,” Lantsman argued. “Because one guy stopped listening to the people. Ottawa listens to Ottawa and that’s a dangerous thing.” This seems to parrot Pierre Poilievre’s open tactic of relentless Trudeau bashing. As famous American lawyer Clarence Darrow once said, “If you haven’t got any good arguments, abuse the plaintiff.”
After her lively rant, there was an open Q&A. Lantsman fielded a few softball questions about the homeless situation and the increasing crime rate that is occurring in many cities all over Canada. The only tough question came from Bryce Wade, Union of the People representative who asked, “What about digital currency?”
Lantsman gave a lengthy circular non-answer that completely failed to address the question. To be fair, Wade commented afterwards, that maybe the CPC have no answer because it just is not part of their platform yet.
Conservative Whip Kerry-Lynne Findlay spoke briefly, and then I asked her about Christine Anderson.
We’ll get to that, but first, some background that is relevant to the Freedom Movement. Findlay raised alarm bells in August 2020, concerning an interview between Chrystia Freeland and George Soros, where Freeland asks, “What sort of deal should Obama be seeking when he travels to China next month?”
Soros: “You know, I think this would be the time, because you really need to bring China into the creation of a New World Order, a financial world order. They are kind of reluctant members of the IMF. They play along, but they don’t make much of a contribution because it’s not their institution … so I think you need a New World Order where China has to be part of the process, where they have to buy in, they have to own it, the same way the United States owns the Washington Consensus, the current order.”
Findlay was slammed for her sins of non-wokeness and “promoting hateful conspiracy theories.” How dare she post a video about a New World Order conspiracy from a billionaire who promotes a New World Order conspiracy. Oh boy, she has a lot of nerve. Next, she might even try to suggest that Chrystia Freeland is one of the Trustees of the WEF and that her grandfather, Michael Chromiak was the editor of a Nazi propaganda rag in the Ukraine.
For penance, Findlay was forced to apologize and do some grovelling on Twitter:
Why do politicians on both the right and the left keep bowing down to cancel culture? The answer might NOT be that they are paid shills who work for the globalist, but rather they are just poor lost souls who have no idea what is happening right in front of their eyes. Plus they cave in any accusation of racism. The race card is ALWAYS played because it ALWAYS works.
Back to the no snacks meet & greet. I was able to corner Findlay to ask her about Poilievre’s condemnation of European MEP Christine Anderson, “Pierre wrote a memo to a journalist about three conservative MP’s, Leslyn Lewis, Colin Gerrie and Dean Alison. He didn’t come out and make an official statement about it, it seemed kind of unofficial, distancing himself and the Conservative Party, from Christine Anderson. And this caused quite a stir on Twitter. Would you care to address it because we’re still waiting for a response from the Conservative Party?”
The short version: Findlay states Poilievre is not going to respond further. Secondly, Christine Anderson made some racist, Islamophobic remarks and therefore, Poilievre is justified in cancelling her.
FreePolitik: OK, so the first question is last week European Member Parliament Christine Anderson.
Findlay: Yes, I know all about it.
FreePolitik: Pierre wrote a memo to journalists about three or conservative members: Leslyn Lewis, Gary and Deena. Yes, so Pierre didn't come out and make an official statement about it … seemed kind of unofficial, distancing himself and of course the Conservative Party from Christina Anderson. And you know, this caused a lot of stir on Twitter.
Findlay: Yes, it did.
FreePolitik: Would you care to address it? I'm just curious what we're still waiting for a response from the Conservative Party.
Findlay: Deena, Colin and Leslyn were attracted to Christine’s messaging particularly on anti-VAX and on her going after Trudeau, which she did vigorously, and we all thank her for that, and his crack down through the Emergencies Act. The trouble was, and all of us are accomplices, and she has also said some things that are very, very difficult for us that would be considered very racist, for example, anti-Islamic mostly. If you were talking about a difficult subject in a different place, and she is in Europe, in the European Parliament, and she is dealing with millions of people coming in, or a threat to safety, or a threat to public order, I think that is the context she said those things in. But be that as it may, those statements were there and those advising him felt he had to come out hard because of that. I would not have said it personally the way it was said, because I think when you say, “be better if she never even came here”. That smacks off Liberal anti-free speech because we're the ones who say you should be able to say whatever you want, wherever you want and you shouldn't censor us. And he believes in all that. And to be honest, the way it was worded was quite uncharacteristic of Pierre, but he allowed it to go out under his name and that was the issue.
FreePolitik: OK, so I guess you're aware that there's a backlash from the fringe minority who felt they have been abandoned, you know several million Canadian truckers.
Findlay: Nobody stood up for the truckers on the freedom convoy like he did. No other leaders did. They all went into hiding. Even Candice Bergen who was our interim leader at the time, was sort of for them, then she told them to go home. I mean Pierre was the most vocal. And I'll tell you something, and I say this to all the Conservatives because it’s true. I stayed back for those three weeks. I usually come home every weekend. I stayed back for those weeks because I wanted to witness for myself what was going on. Because if you watch CTV, CBC, Global, whatever - they made it sound like we were all under siege. Horns for honking 24/7. Complete nonsense. It's not true. My apartment in Ottawa is five blocks from Parliament. They would stop walking around 11 at night and they start about 8:00 in the morning. Was there the odd honk at 3 a.m. in the morning? Yes, but it was not disruptive. There wasn't one broken window. My husband and I started with the convoy in Delta. We went to see them as they were leaving. There was no one there with malintent. They were saying you’re targeting us, you're doing it for the wrong reasons. We are the essential workers who kept everything going, and now you suddenly want to shut us down. Pierre observed rightly that most truck drivers basically live by themselves twenty-three hours out of the day. They don't even talk to anybody, right? They are not a public threat. So they just targeted them because it was super easy and I think because Biden wanted to do it in the States as well, but, Pierre was the only one of the leaders who went in and talked to the people. People were hugging me on the street. You know, I thought later I live alone in Ottawa. Maybe that wasn't wise, but I had women and men hugging me.
FreePolitik: So do you think it had anything to do with Jeremy McKenzie posing, or his sidekick posing behind the Diagolon poster? Jeremy McKenzie said some very illegal words.
Findlay: It might have to do with that. I didn't hear that. We had not been home for two weeks and were hearing about this at a distance. I’m going back on Sunday and we’re back in parliament. So we are going to have some big discussions about this next week.
FreePolitik: As an outside observer, I think you’ve alienated a significant portion of your base.
Findlay: Yeah, I don't think so. If they do feel that, then they were not true supporters. Pierre has been consistent on everything. I don't think one comment should alienate people, but if it does, we will have to go back to address that, to build it up again.
FreePolitik: I got 1000 hits on my YouTube video on the subject. I'm not a big player on YouTube, so that's been the biggest post.
Findlay: I know. If I miss anything, my husband will let me know.
FreePolitik: Well, I will say it has generated some concern at the very least … maybe not alienated but it generated some concern.
Findlay: We need to build up again, but honestly, since Harper, we haven’t had a leader as consistent in his messaging as Pierre. So if he didn’t say it right this time or someone who said it on his behalf …
FreePolitik: Christine Anderson is a hero to many people.
Findlay: Well, you’re not telling me something I do not know.
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Okay so who are “those advising him?” We would have to assume his two deputies would be suspects #1 and #2. Tim Uppal and Melissa Lantsman, who are both immigrant flavoured politicians, and it would make sense that they do not appreciate Anderson’s unappealing support for PEGIDA and her party affiliation to AfD which I have documented in an earlier article:
On the subject of immigration, Deputy leader Lantsman was unequivocal in her support for more immigration. Her wikipedia bio claims she is Russian, but when I asked her, Lantsman said she was Ukrainian descent. Canada has now accepted close to 882,222 applications for Ukrainian refugees and approved 575,210. Lantsman conceded there is a logistical problem of bringing these vast numbers to Canada: Where are they going to stay?
Compare this with the 28,470 Afghanis permitted into Canada after 20 years of America’s War on Terror. In 2021, Canada accepted 405,999 permanent residents, the highest in Canadian history. This was during the pandemic, when the same government hypocritically fired healthcare workers who refused to take experimental medical products, and the same year 6 million Canadians were not allowed to travel out of their own country without taking the same risky injections.
Is there an agenda?
Yes. There is an immigration agenda, and anyone saying differently is lost, lying or part of the agenda. Century Initiative co-founders Dominic Barton and Mark Wiseman are both former BlackRock managers. BlackRock has a massive real estate portfolio that would benefit from increased housing development. BlackRock claims it is currently “investing approximately $120 billion in the U.S. residential real estate market on behalf of our clients.”
Century Initiative has grandiose plans to pump 60 million people into Canada by the year 2100 because they’ve “crunched the numbers” according to a recent infomercial. The Century Initiative is a Canadian charity that aims to increase Canada's population to 100 million by 2100. This would include increasing the population of “Mega-regions”, such as the Greater Toronto Area, from 8.8 to 33.5 million, the Greater Vancouver region, from 3.3 to 11.9 million, and the Ottawa region, from 1.4 to 4.8 million.
Should we be concerned that the two founders of this so-called “charity” are unelected billionaire sociopaths with WEF connections?
If Trudeau and Poilievre both respond with the same scripted answers to the same issues, can it be said that they are both working for the same agenda? Another burning question, (and I’ve got enough lately to start a bonfire), why is Poilievre supporting US/NATO’s war in the Ukraine? During any given Parliamentary debate (scripted theater?) all that Poilievre talks about is the economy. His endless rants about “Justinflation” and the Liberal government’s mismanagement of the budget is probably accurate criticism, but where’s the beef?
Noticeably absent from last night’s dinnerless dinner was any mention of the alarming vaccine injuries and deaths that ought to be a front and center topic. There’s was no mention of the rigged Emergency Act Inquiry. Poilievre did not even appear as a witness at the inquiry, nor did he comment on his Twitter feed. There was no mention of the CPC’s open support of the war in Ukraine. Shouldn’t Ukrainian-born deputy leader Melissa Lantsman mention it? Why no mention of the drag queen protests happening all over Canada, the USA and Europe? Is this not important to conservatives?
We already know that the CPC are banned from mentioning Chrystia Freeland’s connections to the WEF and George Soros. We already know Poilievre openly stumps for NATO. Maybe Poilievre is doing the best he can under the circumstances, maybe he is just walking a fine line to keep as many Canadians as possible close to the CPC’s center-right base. Maybe a Poilievre Conservative government will be better than a Trudeau Liberal government, but what does all that really matter for the Freedom Movement?
Now that the pandemic is (mostly) over and there are few mandates left, many of our critics are wondering “Why the hell are the Fringe still protesting?” Liberal Lite won’t save us from the WEF obviously. OBVIOUSLY … oops, sorry typo, I meant to type obviously in lower caps for emphasis. Obviously, I screwed it up.
When will the government launch an inquiry into 3 years of lockdowns, mandates, and the social destruction caused by their so-called health measures?
When will the vaccine mandates for healthcare workers be dropped?
When will vaccine mandates be dropped for Canadians crossing the US border?
What about digital id, digital currency, digital surveillance, digital censorship?
What about the WEF’s infiltration into the Canadian government?
Stay tuned for the answers to these and more burning questions. Meanwhile, I’m pouring some gasoline on the fire …
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