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Justin Trudeau, it’s time to stop dicking around

Canadian prime minister-in-waiting Justin Trudeau (right). Credit, Globe and Mail.
Canadian prime minister-in-waiting Justin Trudeau (right). Credit, Globe and Mail.

 

June 13, 2014 (original incorrectly dated at January 13)

Mr. Justin Trudeau, M.P.

House of Commons

Ottawa, Ontario

K1A 0A6

Dear Mr. Trudeau:

As a conservative-minded Canadian and former Conservative voter, I am writing to appeal to you and your party to get your (crap) together before the next election.

Here in Niagara Falls, we have a patriotic duty to our country to make sure our current member of parliament, Rob Nicholson, is not re-elected. He is a proponent of the police state and for that he needs to go. He should have been defeated in 2011. Unfortunately, your party chose to field an ineffective, incompetent candidate.

I would like to share with you a sampling of the intellectual heavyweight your provincial cousins chose to offer us, based on his purportedly self-written profile in the Niagara Falls Review newspaper of June 11, 2014:

Why I’m running/key issues: The focus of Lionel’s (sic) campaign has three elements: jobs, transportation and health care. I believes (sic) that I can bring jobs to Niagara, to reinvigorate and revive Niagara’s failing industrial sector. I am committed to bringing regular GO Transit service to Niagara so that Niagara will be connected to the rest of the province. I believes (sic) that all people of Niagara have a fundamental entitlement to quality accessible health care and that a hospital must be built sooner, rather than later, to address the needs of southern Niagara’s citizens.

—Lionel Tupman, age 26, lawyer

Mr. Tupman came in third place, 17,000 votes behind NDP incumbent Wayne Gates. Voters probably did this rich kid from Niagara-on-the-Lake a favour because on the first day of his campaign, he vowed to sue someone who had created a fake twitter account. If the boy doesn’t understand that dirty tricks and people saying mean things about you go hand-in-hand with politics, then the provincial riding association really screwed up with this one.

If your party expects my vote in the next federal election, you will field a candidate who will serve as a credible, engaging representative of the people. Hopefully somebody high-profile. Sticking us with whatever parasitic lawyer who is able to win the nomination will not cut it with me.

If the Liberal Party isn’t identifying ridings with current Conservative cabinet ministers and making those a high priority, then you are not doing your job as leader. In the case of Niagara Falls, it’s not just a matter of getting a winning candidate. It’s a national emergency. We have a member of parliament and cabinet minister who is an open opponent of the constitution. He advocates unlimited powers for police, supports the U.S. War of Terror, and is accelerating the policy of imprisoning Canadians for victimless offenses.

The only circumstances under which I would vote for your party is if both its leader and its party advocated a platform of a constitutional restoration, and a return to the fiscal sanity that Mr. Martin provided. I often express my regret for not voting (or at least supporting) your party when Paul Martin was leader and finance minister. He was the closest thing our country got to a true conservative leader.

You will also need to repudiate the policy of one-way free trade deals espoused by Messrs. Chretien and Martin. There are only two ways manufacturing will return and thus the depression will end: a) impose countervailing duties on goods manufactured by slaves with no labour, wage or environmental regulations or; b) Canadians must be willing to work for 25 cents per hour, 12 hours per day, seven days per week in factories with suicide nets. If Ontarians thought “b” was practical, Mr. Hudak would have won by a landslide last night.

While I could be persuaded to vote Liberal in the next federal election if that is what it takes to remove my current M.P. from office, if your party were to abandon its policies of gun-grabbing, blind obedience to Israel and implementing “carbon taxes” in the name of propagating the global warming hoax, I would gladly become a member as well.

For now, I am content to accept baby steps. End the “war on drugs” (and I don’t even smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol, by the way), stop supporting the War of Terror, and reign in the police state. That, and cut spending and reduce taxes.

Up until 2004, we had an excellent Member of Parliament here in Niagara Falls: Gary Pilleteri. Mr. Pilleteri was a throwback to the way M.P.s used to be. And should be now. When he wasn’t in Ottawa, he could be found at his winery in Niagara on the Lake. Occasionally, I used to drop by and chat with him in his back yard. If it wasn’t for the fact that the man is pushing 80, I would drop by his winery and plead with him to run again. Did I happen to mention that I am a conservative?

Who is Rob Nicholson? Other than on television or in my mailbox, I have never seen his face. I have never seen him while walking down the street, or riding the city bus, or shopping. And he sure hasn’t invited me to join him in his back yard. For the years I have lived here, I can’t remember him even holding a public event (“town hall meeting” or something along those lines.

He is completely ineffective as a member of parliament. And the fault is partially your parties for consistently failing to offer up a credible candidate.

It is called the House of Commons for a reason: the house of the common people. Not a club for lawyers and accountants. We need more people with real jobs and real life experience in Ottawa. I will never vote for a lawyer or an accountant because they are only there to perpetuate job security for their respective occupations.

Mr. Trudeau, this is our last chance to push back against fascism. As leader of the Liberal Party, you need to put the interests of Canadians ahead of your party if you care about the future of your children.

We can’t afford to fool around in the upcoming election. As the Harper Regime becomes more tyrannical and more fascist, this may be our last chance.

 

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Rob Nicholson, please…just leave.

Rob Nicholson, MP (Con-Niagara Falls) in this undated photograph.
Rob Nicholson, MP (Con-Niagara Falls) in this undated photograph.

 

June 13, 2014

Mr. Robert Nicholson, M.P.

House of Commons

Ottawa, Ontario

K1A 0A6

Dear Mr. Nicholson:

I am writing again to respectfully request your immediate resignation. Or at least your assurance that, like many of your colleagues, you will not seek re-election.

As a conservative, I find the policies of the Harper Regime, and yours personally, to be abhorrent.

Your regime has increased our national debt by over $200-billion. Your regime brought back structural deficits which should have been a distant memory after Paul Martin left office. Worse than that, you have implemented an incremental police state under the guise of “bullying” and “child pornography.” Your regime has been an active participant in the fraudulent U.S. War of Terror and has attempt to deceive Canadians with false flags. You have been a cheerleader for war crimes and apartheid in the middle east and presumed to do so in my name.

As last night’s provincial election results showed, Ontarians are in no mood for corporate fascism. It is beyond belief that despite the corruption, incompetence, mismanagement and outright criminality of the provincial Liberal government, voters still found that to be a better alternative than the “Conservative” candidate offered us.

For the past two years, I have been calling on the provincial P.C. Party to replace Hudak with a qualified leader. My own preference would have been Mr. Hillier. Since the P.C. leadership chose to put the interests of its own executives (including its leader) above the best interests of the party and the province, a fascist from Wal-Mart was allowed to lead the party to disaster.

I would appeal to the Conservative Party of Canada to avoid a similar fate. The only way your Regime has a hope of being legitimately re-elected is for yourself and all of your cabinet colleagues, as well as Mr. Harper himself, to resign. Your party (and formerly my party as well) must then call an emergency convention and elect a new leader who can ditch the Harper baggage and begin engaging with Canadians.

As a lifelong conservative voter (excepting the past five years, in which I have voted independent), I cannot and will not vote for you or your regime. There is currently nothing conservative about the Conservative Party.

A decade after the fact, I very much regret: a) the fact that Paul Martin could not be elected with a majority government and; b) not voting for a Martin-led Liberal candidate. The Chretien / Martin Liberals were the only government that came close to giving me what I was looking for in a Conservative government. Unfortunately, I just didn’t know it at the time.

Should you choose to run in the next election, I can only hope, for the constitutional safety of the entire country, that the Liberal Party is capable of finding someone more capable than a rich-kid lawyer from Niagara-on-the-Lake to run against you.

P.S.: To answer your latest survey: “Who’s (sic) on the right track to support jobs, growth and long-term prosperity?” My answer: NONE OF THE ABOVE. When you repudiate the one-way trade deals with China, bring back countervailing duties and the factories re-open, get back to me. Until then, I don’t want to hear from you or anyone else. The current economic model is a fantasy.