Canadian Constituents’ Party

Canadian Constituents’ Party

Canadian Constituents’ Party

Mission:  The Canadian Constituents’ Party is the most aggressive Political Advocacy Group in the Province of Ontario.  By supporting local community Advocates and Activists it brings the issues to the mail boxes and kitchen tables of Ontario residents that the Mainstream UN Proxy parties are precluded from addressing.  Grass roots advocacy and information dissemination will stop the spread of Totalitarian Communitarianism and deliver superior respect and value for Tax Payers.

Vision:  The Canadian Constituents’ Party is aware that Politics is corrupted by an assortment of machinations that are outside the knowledge and purview of the average voter.  By differentiating itself from mainstream and fringe parties – the Canadian Constituents’ Party will affect positive change in the political spectrum and economy.   By educating and supporting the voter at the street level, on an ‘ongoing’ basis, the Canadian Constituents’ Party will challenge the Mainstream parties and expose their corrupt agendas.

Operations: Every region (or electorate) is unique and dynamic and those diversities should be reflected by their respective candidates.  The Canadians Constituents’ Party reflects and encourages its individual riding associations to research and engage upon those issues important to their constituents.

Priorities:  Priorities are ‘defined local priorities’; we therefore do not impose any overriding party policies contrary to the wants and needs of the local constituencies.

Overview:  The Canadian Constituents’ Party is a populist political movement. Populism is a belief in the authority of the electorate, and in our right to have control over our government rather than a small group of Ruling Elite and Wealthy Elitists having control over electorate. The word populism comes from the Latin word for “people”, or “populous”. Populism is a political ideology that holds that virtuous citizens are mistreated by a small circle of elites, who can be overthrown if the people recognize the danger and work together to assert democratic process. It has its roots in the tenets of Classical Liberalism and government limited by law. The Canadian Constituents’ Party therefore advocates limited government with the necessary effective system of checks and balances between the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government. Checks and balances which are being undermined by the current political class. A vigilant and free 4th Estate is essential to this entire process. Therefore, we must help rid Canada of its present media biases by ending influence peddling with the media.

What we stand for: The Canadian Constituents’ Party stands for constitutionalism, the rule of law, due process, free markets, and individual liberties including freedom of religion, speech, press, and assembly. As importantly, we stand for the sanctity of the family, the very building block of society.

What has failed – Government has ignored its social contract with the people: Our inherent rights have been surrendered piecemeal to the state.

From Ayn Rand’s ‘Atlas Shrugged’, ““Money is the barometer of a society’s virtue. When you see that trading is done, not by consent, but by compulsion–when you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing–when you see that money is flowing to those who deal, not in goods, but in favors–when you see that men get richer by graft and by pull than by work, and your laws don’t protect you against them, but protect them against you–when you see corruption being rewarded and honesty becoming a self-sacrifice–you may know that your society is doomed. Money is so noble a medium that does not compete with guns and it does not make terms with brutality. It will not permit a country to survive as half-property, half-loot”

The common person has been disenfranchised by a wealthy class of political insiders cooperating with multinational conglomerates, monopolies, big banks and non-elected and non-democratic institutions. The political class is controlled via undemocratic lobbying. The support of the political class has been bought through donations and in turn politicians return favours to their corporate donors. The justification is that our rights must be ignored for the benefit of all. Therefore, these unnatural relationships are preventing our government from answering to the people. It is time we make our House of Commons accountable. This is the goal of The Canadian Constituents’ Party. We are dedicated to ending influence peddling. The task is daunting yet we live in times when leaders of vision and courage have emerged and dare to challenge the status quo.

Our Commitment: Our time in public office will be dedicated to representing our constituents, NOT in maintaining the status quo. If honoured with your trust, we will return both the province and the nation to responsible government through constitutional reform.

i): All major decisions that affect constitutional and electoral reform must be put to referendums to ensure that the will of the people will be carried out. The outcomes of such referendums must be binding.

ii): We are committed to restoring public confidence through renewing responsible government limited by law which will be monitored by a vigilant 4th Estate. All government funding of the 4th Estate must end to assist in preventing biases and influence peddling with the media.

iii): We are committed to ridding our bureaucracies of waste, excessive cost and variation regarding the quality of services provided while making those services more effective and affordable through lean science.

iv): We will permit families to control their children’s education by advocating for greater parental involvement in the public education system at the local level. No provincial body will dictate matters of sexuality and morality to our children, this responsibility resides solely with the parents. The family and its values are the sacred building blocks of society. Government has no business redefining the nature of the family.

v): We will not sell out Canadian values and culture to cultural revisionists who hope to rewrite our history thereby undermining national pride. We will call for an end to unvetted immigration. All Canadians are entitled to the same services and benefits. Newcomers must not receive special treatment above that of Canadians and Permanent Residents who pay federal and provincial taxes.

vi): We encourage the use of ethical Canadian oil and the need for safe pipelines to deliver it to the market.

vii): We are committed to rebuilding our economy through debt retirement and making investment in our future more attractive to investors. This will include tax reforms to encourage such investment. These tax reforms would also include an end to all carbon taxation. We also call for deregulation of excessive governmental restrictions over trade and commerce. The current ‘free trade’ agreements are far from permitting trade that is free. We will also create a tax system that favours the growth of local economies to better serve communities throughout the nation. Regional control by local governments needs to be restored.

viii): We advocate for a non-interventionist foreign policy unless there is a threat to our security and that of our allies. Canada has more than enough issues to deal with at home where your hard-earned tax dollars may be put to better use. We will advocate for vibrant, credible and efficient military power capable of defending our coastal areas and national resources from exploitation by foreign powers. As an example, the lack of such led to the collapse of our cod fisheries. As well, there is nothing wrong with minding our own business abroad and refraining from interfering with the affairs of nations whose traditions and methods of governance are vastly different from that of our own. It is condescending and disrespectful to assume that other cultures wish to govern themselves as we do.

ix): We are committed to ending the apartheid of the current reserve system to find a more viable means of partnering with our First Nations peoples.

x): We believe, and will advocate for a 33% reduction in Hydro Costs; Economic Reform; Education Reform; Health Care Reform and finally, The Canadian Constituents’ Party is not merely a choice; we are the ONLY choice for Canadians who want their government to be responsible to all Canadians.

In Summation: The Canadian Constituents’ Party aims to move Canada beyond the divisive politics of the left versus right political divide. We are dedicated to represent all Canadians who hope for a more functional and truly representative democracy with vibrant and healthy regional economies. Thank you for your consideration of our proposals. We want to hear from you. Your feedback, input and involvement are greatly needed. Your voices will no longer be silenced by the current cadre of champagne socialists and political oligarchs who hold you in utter contempt.

We are here to put an end to their grip over us, for all Canadians!

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