By Anthony J. Mountjoy | Fri, 27 May 2016 08:00:00 EST
The country is a nearly monolithic block of liberal red. These two brave men stand alone in the face of such overwhelming odds.
Is it healthy to have a single political party in control of so many provinces at once.
Is political diversity the one kind forbidden in Canada?
Is this the result of policed speech and by extention...thought. Many believed the human rights tribunals a good idea if legally dubious. Who doesn't want to fight hate.
But tribunals are run by people, and peoples' agendas change. Few considered the consequences once they ran out of obvious cases to prosecute. Now that the state power is backing it, the socialist virus can run even quicker toward it's communist form. Someday the tribunal will push for the power to give jail terms not just fines. Before that even, media companies of any type will be forced to accept even stricter government content controls.
Simple and important criticism is easily characterized as offensive speech. Uncomfortable truths can be offensive and there's only so much low hanging fruit. As true political diversity diminishes, it's important to consider more competitive options. Even now a comedian in Quebec is facing $180,000.00 fine for offending a heckler. It's absurd.
If you're like us and left vs right isn't doing it for ya anymore, consider the non-partisan, pro-production, capitalist approach. Money moves mountains, it builds railways, schools, and vast exploratory fleets. With vision, it can change a person, her family, or her country. As true political diversity diminishes, its important to consider new more competitive options. If left vs right isn't doing it for ya anymore, consider the non-partisan, pro-production, capitalist approach.
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