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.

Thursday, April 06, 2006

The Liberal "Natural governing party" ethos taken to its natural conclusion

When I saw this media blurb over an aging dictator's anouncement announcement he will dictate until he chooses not to, it set my mental wheels to rolling over the same attitudes I have heard expressed by our own political "rulers" when they became long in the tooth. I was also thinking that we have no term limits in this dysfunctional dominion.

Fidel Castro has reiterated he has no plans to retire as Cuba's president after 47 years in power

I was instantly put in mind of all of our home grown politicos and partisan regimes that openly feel they should stay as long as they want...Chretien/PET and ( to a lesser extent) Klein come to mind...also Martin's desperate ethicless soul-selling addiction to the "ring" of power...also the character of "Gollum", Tolkein's conglomerate personification of the soul-sucking lust for power that consumes a man's humanity and makes them a hideous pathetic creature.

Mr Castro told Mr Ramonet he would stick to his word, given in 2003 uponre-election by the National Assembly to another five-year term as president, "to serve as long as they wish . . . and I am useful. Not a minute less, nor a second more".

The Bush administration has been voicing its concern that Mr Castro's younger brother, the defence minister Raul Castro, 74, will soon take over.
"If something happens to me tomorrow the National Assembly will surely meet and elect him," Mr Castro says, "and so will the political bureau."

Also interesting that Cuba's "ill never retire" natural governor and his natural governing party were close political soul mates with PET...another elitist politico unfond of retiring who coined the concept of the "natural governing regime" in our once free and functional dominion of Canada.

Interesting also is the language used by these political elitists and their supporters. They use terms such as "dynasty" and "ruling party " and "heir apparent" instead of administration and elected reps and party leadership candidate.....their references for themselves are trappings from the age of Kings, the aristocratic totalitarianism where absolute power was bequeathed by right of lineage....the term "natural governing party" can also be argued to have its roots in the undemocratic governing concepts of Machiavelli who justified the nobel peerage's ambitions for power as the "natural governing" right of aspirant aristocrats.

Also incidental is I now hear the sycophant media that promotes the political patrician class of Liberaldom's neo-aristocracy referring to Ignatieff as a "Trudeau legacy" candidate. Interesting how power-corrupted megalomaniacs think alike...just like their aristocratic predecessors and their "lineage-legacy" ruling claims.


Blogger Debris Trail said...

More amazing still, is how the Canadian media parrots and uses monarchist and royalist lingo in reference to the Liberal Party alone. They just can't help themselves.

April 6, 2006 at 12:00 PM  
Blogger Clinton P. Desveaux said...

It strange that we don't have a limited government option.

April 6, 2006 at 7:48 PM  
Blogger Aizlynne said...

Well at least in Alberta, the delegates sent Ralphie a loud message - don't pull a Paul or Jean - we won't stand for it.

April 7, 2006 at 11:05 AM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Canadian Liberal partisanism = political and social elitism

No more need be said. The evidence is everywhere and this elitism has fashioned a political system to benefit primarily the elite with exclusive access to control of power and patronage of a loyal courtisan class ( like corporate and MSM butt snorkelers)....just like the aristocracy in the age of Kings and Serfs....or in the Roman era of the political elite Patrician class and the soiled, working class plebians.

The mindset of elites has not changed in milennia...if you want a real insight into this truth, sit in on a think tank of globalist elites who wnat a one world governing system ...there is a little bit of Bilderburg mindset in every political elite.

April 8, 2006 at 6:45 AM  

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