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.

Wednesday, July 20, 2005

"Progressive" thinking from the Age of Tyrants

Interseting tid bit of new thinking came across the net this AM. Seems some more secular statism "progressive" thinking whould have us hurl ourselves back in time years ago where free men had to spill blood to get the freedom to worship as their conscience dictates..... not as their rulers tell them. We've seen Russia and China go through this experiment of state intervention in religious freedom...we've seen Englishmen, the french and Americans run revolutionary wars to have freedom from state dictated religious laws.... yet we see in this day and age domestic bush league Menshevik "professors?" advocating the same degenerate policy.

Why does Canada go through the pretense of constitutional democracy and charter rights? ...let's just hand all our rights and freedoms over to the single party state and limit our spiritual growth to worshipping the state and its autocratic politics.

But I suppose this is all part and parcel of "progressive" deep seated
distrust and hatred of the population. In their mind we are TOO free and this leads to diverse opinion which will foil the single party omnipotent state. This is also what has made this nation a cesspool of dangerously wromg ideas and errant thinking....all reactionary civil tyranny based in leftist-statist paranoia.


Blogger Debris Trail said...

I'm always amused at how "proudly" Liberal/Socialists call themselves "libertarians". They pushed their religion so far that in some ways libertarian is the last thing they are. In my conversations with them, they will deny being "left", and state that they are libertarian.

Well, they are libertarian in many cases, but cross their personal belief structure, or challenge the religion of liberal/socialism and their libertarian ideals evaporate.

It is even more ironic that the term "conservative" invokes anything but thoughts of libertarianism; yet in fact, I'd depend on a conservative any day to balance all rights in society, not just cherry pick like the Lib-socs do.

July 20, 2005 at 9:23 AM  
Anonymous Snowbunnie1 said...

Right now, here, this day and in these times handles hardly are relevant. What we might have called the Conservative party in the past means nothing. It is the composition and the dynamics of the present party that are significant.
As in the Liberals. Their structure has come to represent other things than what the title of the party has meant in the past. It , too, is defined by it's composition and the dynamics of that composition. In the Liberals case a pile of stinking and useless goo for all the good they are to Canada.
The last session of parliament was enough of an example of what they represent and now that they are out of the eye of the public while parliament is in recess, they continue their underhanded ways: Martin trying to get Reid removed so he can't pursue the lawsuit to force Martin to turn over Chretien's agenda books.
Paul must be nervous to defy not only his cabinet but the entire will of the House of Commons.
Now, more than ever, curiosity demands that we know what it is that Martin is so nervously and frantically trying to conceal.

July 21, 2005 at 10:22 PM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

You beat me to the draw on that answer SB. Of course the political spectrum is skewed to the left because the alleged “centrist” position has been hijacked by the fringe left.....bureaucratic "progressives" adopt many of the errant radical ideas of the radical fringe think they can implement them in a civil and democratic society, but the reality is watered down leftist Orthodoxy is still incompatible with freedom, civil liberty or free market economic systems…..this is why Canada has lagged behind most of the free world for the past decade. The left think they can do an end run around democracy (because their ideas are all self destructive and unpalatable to free people) by the coercive force of the media and political lobbies ( 90% of the left’s politics are carried by their funded lobbies ..these are their primary tool) and governing systems where public policy is never validated by wide public mandate…like ours which replaces public mandate with close door majority rule government or jurocratic edict.

The bottom line is that after over 30 years of official media and government propaganda, Canadians accept many Menshevik ideas as “mainstream…unmandated diktat of public policy, civil rights reduced to state sanctioned privileges, a court that is a political puppet, a national police force that is also a political puppet, and most telling; official government contempt for private property and individual property rights.

All these are domestic manifestations of the world’s worst ideas. These Statist ideas are foreign to our traditional rule of law and British constitutional heritage….these ideas are post modernist social policy ideas that come directly from the Frankfurt School of the late 20s and 1930s. Through the Frankfurt school alumnus integration into our college system we now have moral relativist, statist, menshevik orthodoxies that re deemed to be “centrist” these days….but from where this lil’ ol’ Libertarian sits, there is nothing “centrist” about statist communism in drag as “progressive liberalism”.

July 22, 2005 at 7:31 AM  

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