Pierre Poilievre's Politics of Inclusion

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As we see Pierre and the Conservatives inevitable march to a massive majority victory over the sources of evil far Left scum, we also see how inclusive and amazing a leader that he is. Great article right here:
Tasha Kheiriddin: Pierre Poilievre's path to victory could run through the culture wars
Pundits who say they are a side issue are wrong: they have seeped into Canadians’ daily lives

The Conservative policy convention has come and gone amid a hail of plaudits, photo-ops, and favourable polls. Leader Pierre Poilievre has managed to unite the party faithful and win over Canadian voters, by tapping into their economic angst and fatigue with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who is increasingly seen as out of touch, and out of time.

But the convention also opened a new political fault line: the culture wars. Delegates voted that children should be prohibited from gender-related “life-altering medicinal or surgical interventions,” upheld women’s rights to single-sex spaces and sports, and rejected mandatory diversity, equity, and inclusion training and race-based hiring practices. A majority also supported allowing Canadians to refuse vaccines on the grounds of “bodily autonomy.”

Pushback was swift. A former Conservative candidate who is trans said a vote against gender-affirming care could cause some children to commit suicide. A local riding president warned against reopening the vaccine debate. But most of the criticism came from the media and analysts who say the culture wars are a distraction that will hurt the Tories at the polls, like the “barbaric practices” tip line did in the 2015 election. Poilievre has a huge lead, based mostly on economic issues: why blow it? People only care about the rent and the grocery bill; these other concerns will not inform their political choices.

For some voters, however, these issues are highly motivating. Research firm Angus Reid Institute recently asked Canadians what they think about the culture wars, and identified two groups of voters who strongly engage on them: “zealous activists” who favour “progressive” policies like pronoun use and represent 17 per cent of voters, and “defiant objectors” who reject such changes and constitute 20 per cent of the electorate. Broken down by party affiliation, a clear pattern emerges: 47 per cent of Canadians who voted Conservative in 2021 are defiant objectors, while only three per cent of Liberal and NDP voters are.
https://nationalpost.com/opinion/tasha- ... lture-wars

Pierre is the person we need to produce inclusion and unity in a time where the current government is only interested in divisive policies and hatred for the common person in Canada. Go Pierre!! :up:
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Even the most die-hard NDP ridings have left their failure party and come over to the inclusive, Common Sense approach of Mr Poilievre.

They're tired of Jagmeet and Justin's exclusionary vision that only favours the elite, wealthy few that are scooping billions of dollars from our wallets.

It is growing.

2,500 common sense Canadians from the NDP riding of North Island - Powell River overflowed our Bring it Home rally, forcing us to host another speech outside.

We demand affordable food, gas, and homes in safe streets.


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Gone_Fishin wrote: Sep 13th, 2023, 10:31 am Even the most die-hard NDP ridings have left their failure party and come over to the inclusive, Common Sense approach of Mr Poilievre.

They're tired of Jagmeet and Justin's exclusionary vision that only favours the elite, wealthy few that are scooping billions of dollars from our wallets.

It is growing.

2,500 common sense Canadians from the NDP riding of North Island - Powell River overflowed our Bring it Home rally, forcing us to host another speech outside.

We demand affordable food, gas, and homes in safe streets.


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You can tell even the furthest Left NDP idiots are really starting to panic. The lies about PP and the fear-mongering are already off the charts. Amazing!

Thank goodness we have an inclusive amazing leader like Pierre. The majority he's going to win soon is going to be fantastic.
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Who is that person of colour standing beside Pierre? I was told by really stupid people that Pierre is a "raving bigot". Why would he allow himself to be photographed in the embrace of someone who looks like that if he was the raving bigot I was told that he is?
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Sabrina Maddeaux: Pierre Poilievre's conservatism is shockingly cool

Even the most hardcore partisans would have to admit the words “cool” and “conservatism” haven’t been associated in Canadian politics for some time, perhaps ever. This past weekend showed many signs that’s about to change — a prospect that should terrify the Liberals and NDP, if they were attuned enough to cultural currents to notice the dramatic shift.

Of course Liberals and the NDP have seen the polls, but they’re at least six months behind the times in believing the surge continues to be mostly based in anger and disillusionment, or even specific policy. It’s snowballing into something bigger and more powerful: a culturally-cool movement younger Canadians are proud to be part of and bonding over.

Meanwhile, Canada’s left is channeling the energy of Amy Poehler’s famous line from Mean Girls, delivered in a pink terry-cloth tracksuit: “I’m not like a regular mom. I’m a cool mom!”
Her daughter’s response: “Please stop talking.”

This wouldn’t matter so much if the voters left-wing parties desperately need to stop hemorrhaging were older ones, but it’s the under-40 crowd who are headed right at unprecedented rates and will most likely make or break the next election for them.

A prime example: Pierre Poilievre’s Conservative party debuted a new emphasis on common sense at the weekend’s convention — an event that saw a sea of thirty- and twenty-somethings descend on Quebec City to debate policy, connect and, yes, party.

(While much has been made over the party’s effort to court Quebecers by hosting in Quebec City, the culturally-rich location full of happening bars and restaurants that overflow into the streets had a bonus appeal: attracting young members who may be otherwise hesitant to spend precious vacation time and funds on, shall we say, quieter locales.)

Poilievre’s team went so far as to title the entire show the “Common Sense Convention,” and arm the crowd with signs that read “Common Sense” in both official languages during the leader’s speech. These signs then formed the backdrop for photo opps with Poilievre and his wife following their address.

The Liberals’ response? To launch a digital offensive that attempts to brand the Conservative party of 2023 as a sequel to former Ontario premier Mike Harris’ “Common Sense Revolution.”

Now I can’t emphasize this enough for any Liberals who may read this: no one under the age of 35 has any clue who Mike Harris is, let alone the details of his time as premier. Even I, a political nerd since childhood and someone who follows politics professionally, wouldn’t recognize the man in a photo, let alone remember his campaign slogan or its associated policies.

Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry François-Philippe Champagne also trotted out a clip of former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, who has shown precisely zero interest in relating to young Canadians, ever, to lecture that “Canada is the land of opportunity” and “Canada is not broken.”
https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/other/sa ... 4a3b&ei=10
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This is 1000% wrong. I'm sure we can all agree on that.

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https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-story--11-.htm

PP using the intercom on a flight to share any type of message is wrong on so many levels. Regardless if it was a flight filled with mostly supporters; not all were.
He had a captive audience that didn't have a choice to, "opt out" of listening to him.
It put West Jet, a western success story in terms of business, especially in the airline industry, in a very difficult position of having to either endorse him in that they thought it was ok for him to do that, or distance themselves from it. Either way? They upset supporters of either party.
Worse? The fact that he is claiming he wants an apology from the flight attendant's union for speaking out about this blatantly obvious political maneuver tells you all you need to know about it being merely a stunt of amateurish proportion.
For context, how much would any of you enjoy hopping a flight and being forced to be exposed to something you vehemently agree with? That is what a captive audience is.
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Our future PM ladies and gentlemen (and non-binary types).... :up: :up:
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BelieverinSciencethanks wrote: Sep 14th, 2023, 7:12 pm https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-story--11-.htm

PP using the intercom on a flight to share any type of message is wrong on so many levels. Regardless if it was a flight filled with mostly supporters; not all were.
He had a captive audience that didn't have a choice to, "opt out" of listening to him.
It put West Jet, a western success story in terms of business, especially in the airline industry, in a very difficult position of having to either endorse him in that they thought it was ok for him to do that, or distance themselves from it. Either way? They upset supporters of either party.
Worse? The fact that he is claiming he wants an apology from the flight attendant's union for speaking out about this blatantly obvious political maneuver tells you all you need to know about it being merely a stunt of amateurish proportion.
For context, how much would any of you enjoy hopping a flight and being forced to be exposed to something you vehemently agree with? That is what a captive audience is.
I’m sure we can all agree , other than yourself that this is NOT wrong
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Don't know about you people, but I have been on a fair number of flights all over the world. There has been a couple of times that a tour guide/leader of a large group of travels got on the intercom to tell their travelers stories and or give directions to them. On one flight the a gentleman stood in the middle of our section and shouted out his directions/comments to his fellow travelers and the flight staff just watched and smiled as he did his thing. ( no idea what he was saying as he spoke in Japanese) Nothing to do with me or other people as we where not part of that group. For some reason we didn't get PTSD like some of the snowflake people on Pierre's flight.
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there is a difference between a Political Party leader and a Tour guide
then again, maybe there is not :/
test that assumption at your earliest convenience
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If PP is inclusive then why did he and his team stalk Rachel Gilmore (journalist) as she walked home after getting a tattoo?

Her exact location was shared and she was called a prodtitute. It sure seems like PP is in favour of doxxing.
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normaM wrote: Sep 15th, 2023, 8:22 am there is a difference between a Political Party leader and a Tour guide
then again, maybe there is not :/
The only difference is what color of a shirt Pierre wears. Justin and his ilk are welcomed to do it, but somehow it's an offensive attack when others do.

That's Liberal bigotry on display right there for you, each and every complaint about it, by people who weren't even on the flight, but are nothing but full of hate.
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I see PP's oh so inclusive team is also stamping white supremacy on YouTube vids.

Thank goodness intelligent women are uniting in their disgust of PP's horrible misogyny and saying: "No!"
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normaM wrote: Sep 15th, 2023, 8:22 am there is a difference between a Political Party leader and a Tour guide
then again, maybe there is not :/
There is no difference.

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