“…Increasingly, the party leadership wants to be able to control who the candidate is, as opposed to having the local party members making that decision.”
“…There’s a mostly secretive process going on in the background that will determine who is going to speak for the residents of the five Thompson and Okanagan ridings in the region in the next federal parliament and most voters will have no part in that process. Constituents can only vote for the candidate the Party has chosen.
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Canadian governments are busy establishing a legal framework where Canadian law becomes subservient to the United Nations ‘ Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples’, regardless of the wishes of the Canadian people. British Columbia – along with the federal government — are foolishly leading the way in this undermining of Canadian democracy:
“Overlooked during the NDP’s end-of-session rush to expedite its legislative agenda was a small bill with far-reaching implications. ‘Bill 29’ ran a mere three pages, including cover and explanatory notes.
“It constituted one of the first substantive moves by the government to amend provincial laws to incorporate the ‘principles’ of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Continue reading “‘The ‘Indigenization’ of British Columbia Law’”
“The ‘Village of Pemberton’ recently voted to change the name of British Columbia. They have no idea to what, only that it should change. Pemberton councillors also put forward a motion at the ‘Lower Mainland Local Government Association’s annual general meeting. They want the province’s name sent down some Orwellian memory hole.”
“A few years back when writing up my latest book, “The Victim Cult” (warning—author promotion here), I almost titled a chapter on history’s lessons “All our ancestors were bastards”.
“I opted for a milder title which makes the same point:
“Everyone’s (ancestor was) a victim”.
Continue reading “‘Erasing Canada’s Past: Changing British Columbia’s Name’”