The Great Liberal North: Canadians Head To The Polls
Monday, September 20th is the day voters of America’s ultra-PC neighbor to the north get to cast their vote on whether to keep Justin Trudeau’s tyrannical Liberal Party in power or to vote for another party or coalition of parties that will supposedly represent an alternative to Trudeau’s post-national, multicultural, pro-vaccine agenda.
According to The Epoch Times, Trudeau doubled down on his insistence that all Canadian adults take the hastily-approved vaccines from the multi-billion dollar conglomerate of their choice as the only viable way of tackling a virus, conveniently leaving out the possibility of people using their immune systems considering the near-universal survival rate. The Liberal Party appears to be in a virtual tie with the Conservative Party with regards to the popular vote, with the Liberal Party expected to win more seats by virtue of the geographic distribution of its support.
Like with other North Atlantic democracies, the Overton Window of Canadian politics is noticeably to the left of America’s. The Conservative Party, led by Erin O’Toole, has been considerably less vocal against the draconian lockdowns, mask mandates, and vaccine mandates implemented by the Trudeau regime compared to even the average milquetoast Republican leader. O’Toole chastised Trudeau for calling an election on such short notice, especially after promising not to do so, and made an effort to distinguish his party from the Liberal Party, a task that has become increasingly difficult in the post- Stephen Harper era.
“He will continue to drive up prices, but only worse, and yes he will call another election whenever he thinks he can win more power because he has already threatened to do that.” said O’Toole in his final rally speech, highlighting the liberal propensity to gain power at all costs. The Conservative Party draws the bulk of its support from the Prairie Provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.
To the left of the Liberal Party is the NDP led by Jagmeet Singh. Singh attacked the Trudeau regime from the left, accusing him of driving housing prices beyond the means of the majority of Millennials looking to get their foot in the door. However, Singh inserted the usual SJW tropes, tying his platform to an esoteric justice for Amerindians as well as environmental policies that would make Bernie Sanders blush, completely ignoring the role Mainland Chinese money has had in contributing to the lack of housing affordability in Canada’s major cities. The NDP is polling in the high teens and is expected to win big in Nunavut.
To the right of O’Toole’s Conservative Party is the People’s Party led by Maxime Bernier. Bernier has routinely stylized his party as the true opposition to Trudeau’s liberal post-national regime, being the only party to voice appreciable opposition to the tyranny seen over the past year and a half. From polling at around one percent just a few years ago, recent polls have the People’s Party with double-digit support, a rate of progress similar to the AFD in Germany.