The Reformer's Firebrand

*-{The New Canadian Colonist's Advocate }-* A commentary of fiery reformist sentiment from the spirit of it's 210 year old Canadian ghost publisher patron. This will be a home to the new wave of anti-partisan advocacy for defeating Canada's second "family compact" and reinstallation of responsible governance in this 21st century new Canadian democratic dominion.

Sunday, July 03, 2005

The "Hidden Agenda" of Canada's Unnatural Governing Party (Cabal)

My blogging friend Aizlynne made a profound statement related to national character/synthetic patriotism that begs me to expand upon. It also gives me an opportunity to enunciate the real "hidden agenda" in Canadian ruling class politics. Aizlynne said this in reaction to David Frum's shocking clarity on the state of our nation:

“It should also be a wake up call for anyone who still doesn't think that Canada is quickly becoming a socialist/communist country that will have little in the way to offer it's citizens, nor have any standing on the world stage. It is for all the same reasons, I too have a heavy heart.Don't get me wrong. I absolutely love this country - I just hate the government running it and the acrimony that now divides many Cdns.”

Aizlynne: You offer the concept that the Liberal cartel (I will not grace them by saying they are a political party...they broker power for personal enrichment of themselves and select corporate clients) has a hidden agenda. I concur, but I also say it is not so hidden that the average Canadian cannot see it....and they do. Everyone I know has some major beef with a federal public policy. In this we are not divided. Only the “gummint” worshipping state droids defend these bad public policies.

Most folks realize that there is a government/bureaucratic agenda being forced on us that we did not ask for (nor want) by the so called “liberal” or “progressive” Federal regimes. Most people just don't have the time to follow policy and then get into the research needed to see who Canada's political puppet masters are and why they pull the strings from the anonymity of a lap dog media black out. Most Canadians know something is deeply wrong but cannot enunciate it.

I will attempt to do this in one short statement: Canada's functional decay has been the result of the errant political vision of one man and a cadre of his disciples….political elites who want to plunge Canada headlong into a centrally dictated socialist (read Canadian soviet) utopian state…the single party secular state…the single national political ideal…bench-dictated, forced political secular conformity. The old civil society and free Canada is dying….going down by degrees with each elitist, closed door policy dictum that is rammed down our throats without mandate, proper parliamentary debate or political ethics.

Like all ideologically impaired leftist utopians, they chase a dream that has never been realized in any nation on earth because the basic premise of their political idealism springs from public deceit and bureaucratic despotism. The bottom line is; to make their utopia work we must all surrender our individualism ( thought and choice) and the natural rights which protect this in a civil, democratic society, to an omnipotent ruling clique which demands slavish conformity to state-promoted policy dogma.

We see the result of this agenda now with the common political tactics in this secular federal ruling liberal cabal's (hidden agenda) hostility towards organized religion (particularly Christians) and their debating tactic to marginalize and socially stigmatize opposing opinion and dissent.

The utopian practitioners of the modern secular, socialist Canadian soviet have become the despotic, corrupt autocrats they once despised, silencing debate, opposition opinion and repressing these factions with criminal liability and with socially marginalizing stigma propagated through their lap-dog media clients.

Personally, I believe that it was the cathartic realization of this metamorphic bureaucratic despotism that caused PET's "walk in the snow". He saw he had become what he despised….a ruling autocrat holding power solely for his own needs. I think PET had a change of heart in his declining years…he realized the damage the personal agendas of a powered elite can unleash on a nation. He left this nation more divided and less free than when he found it…..the exact opposite of his intent…and his utopian idealism and belief in political solutions to social problems was shattered.

Obviously his disciples are not as intelligent or ethically centered to come to the same conclusion. The Ottawa Liberal cartel now assumes power for power's own sake, and they broker that power to special interests and corporate clients for personal gain....the nation is not their prime priority, it is an after though and the neglect shows.....economically, socially and politically.

This dishonest and despotic idealism has percolated down into our society through a cooped media and a federally institutionalized political indoctrination. I believe I have seen the word "acrimony" used to describe the conditioned reactionary screed that modern Canadian statists belch out in such a Pavlovian manner when confronted with the realities of this ruling Cartel's failings. Most of this creed I do not consider Canadians, as such,....they are creations of politicized state media social programming...much the same way the commissars of the old soviet empire were. If we continue on the current path of the single party- single ideological secular state we are now, these 'reflex Canadians" will become this century's political stool the Quislings, Red guard and Vichy French of last century....they will worship government, be pawns of it's social indoctrination and allow it to repress their fellow citizens on a political basis...they may even turn in their neighbours for having the wrong thoughts or doing things forbidden by the mega-state.

I don't think I'm being paranoid at all in these foreshadowing warnings any more than Orwell or Huxley is easy to see history repeat itself if you study the events of global political history. But to do so you have to think outside the revisionist box constructed by the Utopian statists who barrage you with revisionist propaganda.

Contrary to what the statist forces running the media circus on "Canada day's" celebration of invasive, elitist socialist government, Canada is NOT 40 years old and founded in socialist corruption and undemocratic jurocratic despotism. This nation has over a century of pioneering laissez faire spirit, competent responsible classic liberal ( libertarian) statesmen and small non intrusive bureaucracy. These are the historical political realities of this nation. The current indoctrinated revisionist pabulum is just a concocted patriotism offered to the intellectually weak or naive to smoke screen the 4 decades of social and economic degeneration wrought by a Kleptocratic political cartel.
The Canada day official ceremonies I saw on the mass media blab-feed was a crass, shallow worship of socialist dogma and a denial of realities…truly pathetic to this Canadian.

I feel Like David Frum on July first. Except I feel like an expatriate in my own country because of the political marginalization extended to classic liberalism and traditional Canadinism by the new red guard in Ottawa. Real Canadians have nothing to celebrate on "Canada Day". We celebrated "Dominion Day" and reflected on the days this nation was once democratically vibrant, civilly free and far more socially/regionally cohesive than it is today.


Blogger Debris Trail said...

How many Libratas are out there, just content to have their little nest and too intellectually lazy give a damn. Posts like yours come across as "extremism" and "raging rants" from another planet.

The Power Cartel has long figured out that as long as Canadians have a reasonable standard of living, they can be coaxed and herded. And better yet, if a large enough number of Canadians work in the civil service, or depend on Federal moneys, they can actually be bullied into the part line. Sounds a lot like China, doesn't it!

Well put Wil; I'll make mention of it tommorrow. It makes for a great talking point.

July 3, 2005 at 2:39 PM  
Anonymous Stephen McAllister said...

Dubya El, excellent promulgation of your understanding of the current reality of our nation-state.

You obviously demonstrate great comprehension of the quite complex interrelationships of, but not limited to, the executive, media and judicial angles that comprise the triangle of socialism and despotism that seems to encompass our sorry state today.

You, like myself, have developed the ability to truly think for yourself.

My hat... as if I wore one... is off to you, sir.

July 3, 2005 at 3:02 PM  
Anonymous MikeP said...

Bill I believe the Charter itself is a socialist document with its emphasis on rights. Being that Trudea was a socialist and brought us the Charter, I am not sure what else he expected to happen. I do agree with you that in the end I dont think he approved of where the Charter was leading us, but yet he fought tooth and nail for the damn thing. Probably died thinking what have I done.
Question: Before our Maple Leaf we flew the Union Jack didnt we?? So why all the preoccupation on many blogs with the Red Ensign?? I should know this but profess my ignorance.

July 3, 2005 at 3:02 PM  
Anonymous Mike said...

Ok I found some literature on the Red Ensign. Since the Maple Leaf was flown in 1965, I couldnt remember seeing the Red Ensign flown, only the Union Jack.

July 3, 2005 at 4:52 PM  
Blogger Jon Koch said...

Hey WLM,

Roughie here from FD. Great site, I suppose blogging was the natural progression for folk like us.

Interesting thoughts on PET. It's unfortunate he did not have sack to admit his failure to Canadians, and has instead sent his country down the road to oblivion. Being the eternal pessimist, I'm not easily convinced the death of English Canada and the rise of Quebec wasn't his ultimate goal all along.

The spirit of Dominion Day has for the most part been lost across this country, existing in pockets from coast to coast.

Canada Day rings rather hollow these days. Certainly wasn't much enthusiasm for it here in my neck of the woods.

July 3, 2005 at 5:27 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

MikeP said... Bill I believe the Charter itself is a socialist document with its emphasis on rights"

Strangely enough Mike, a charter is a royal decree of franchise. It is an authorization of specific funtional privilidge from a supreme authority to a lesser authority....sort of like the sovereign would charter a vassel, a knight or a navel vessel or a company of profiteers like the HBC...or in this case where a presumed vice regal authority ( the PM acting with the GG) chose which priviledges the citizenry of Kanada will be allowed to have observed. Read section one of the charter closely and you will realize your rights are finite and dispensed from the political elites on the bench/parliament.

Also strangely enough this royal despotism suits the statist-socialist ruling cartel just fine.

July 3, 2005 at 6:25 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

You said it JF...."Canada Day" rings as a hollow politiicized circle jerk to all of Canada's remaining true patriot sons.

The dominion lives in our hearts.

July 3, 2005 at 6:27 PM  
Blogger Shaken said...

We've all been blogging away our various rants and descriptions of the symptoms. You've stood right up, and presented the definitive lecture on the disease.

July 4, 2005 at 11:13 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

That seems to be the case Shaken. We have diagnosed the disease and a vaccine is available ( democratic reform and free markets)but why is it a hard sell? My guess is that the MSM will not carry the ad because it conflicts with their interests as a state controled organ.

July 6, 2005 at 7:56 AM  
Blogger MB said...

I see the problem ably articulated. What is the solution?

WL identifies the soluton in gneral terms, but what I would like to see is specific ways to convince others that reform is needed and to impliment that reform.

July 6, 2005 at 12:21 PM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie said...

I totally disagree with what appears admiration for PET and his dubious accomplisments as PM.
I was not fond of his stewardship during his tenure and have less admiration for it as the years pass. I was not enamoured of him personally as I found his style arrogant and ignorant. His " I don't give a damn what you think" attitude was more fitting of a rock star than a prime minister.
He got elected and should care what the electorate think. The job was one of servitude but he wore it like a kingship. Others saw how this sat I suppose and decided to wear the same cloak. Except this time they ensured that it was a kingship not only in name but in fact.
If we decry one party rule we have ourselves to blame for not supporting something akin to an opposition party, even the Reform when they struggled from the Grassroots of the West to make inroads in the Eastern psyche.
Quebec has always known how to get what they want from their politicians. We just have to accept that. If not for that we would not have such outrages as a separatist party as the Official Opposition or with 54 seats in a governmental House representative of the entire nation.
Our senate is a joke and a patronage pot boiler , nothing like what it ought to be.
We could go on and on with the irregularities but one thing has clearly emerged since PET's tenure: If you bully it through it works for years and you do not even have to have it voted on in Parliament.
Take Bi-lingualism. Trudeau pushed that through and it was never voted on but we have paid for it for years. The policy has completely infiltrated government institutions and cost us billions in duplications unnnecessary and overtaxing to a people of such a small country.
WHY do we have to pay for the likes of the CBC? The CRTC?
Pay for inanity and get commercials in the bargain. Pay for political hacks and mouth pieces for that is in essence all they are.
We have Trudeau to thank for the socialist policies of the country and his legacy is what we are living with today that we hate decry , demanding change.
Those who rule today sat at Trudeau's feet and learned their lessons well.
When pointing the finger of blame at the communistic tendacies of the politics of this country you need go no further than Pierre Elliot Trudeau.

July 12, 2005 at 12:00 AM  

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