The Canada Future Party: Will it be a threat?

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The Green Barbarian wrote: Sep 28th, 2023, 1:49 pm
hobbyguy wrote: Sep 28th, 2023, 1:39 pm

Actually there is considerable interest in a center right party with real policies and vision - especially as the prospect of a Smith/TBA/UCP - Poilievre/Reform/CPC axis of stupid is absolutely frightening to many folks -
and yet the real reason for interest in this party is the Jagmeet/Justin/Liberal/NDP axis of stupid that is beyond frightening to everyone with a brain. It is good to have opposition in this country, but what we have now is going to be such a large Conservative majority thanks to weak Nazi-like leadership from the Liberals and NDP, that we will need a centrist party to pick up the pieces when both of those parties inevitably collapse under the weight of their own idiocy.
No, actually the reason is very simple: most Canadians think and reason for themselves and don't spout partisan drivel.

Most Canadians are moderate in their views and looking for a thinking and rational center right party as a potential political home/alternative.
Just look at how well the Bloc does by being a thinking and rational party with a Quebec flavor. The CFP can provide that in a national party.

From a partisan perspective, the CFP provides a political home for small c conservatives without all the extremist pandering nonsense. How refreshing.

The CFP would not embrace these people https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-66930536 whereas PP and the CPC did.
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The Canada Future Party is bankrolled by Soros, and the WEF, meant to steal away votes from the conservatives so they don't win. But they don't have a hope in hell of winning very many seats, just splitting the votes in tight ridings, just what the WEF satanic cabal wants to keep their puppet Justin Trudeau in office in perpetuity.
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SheilaO wrote: Sep 29th, 2023, 5:27 pm The Canada Future Party is bankrolled by Soros, and the WEF, ...
Interesting. Got a link for that?
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Looks to me like the LPC has realized they are doomed, and need to rebrand before the next election.
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hobbyguy wrote: Sep 28th, 2023, 4:06 pm

No, actually the reason is very simple: most Canadians think and reason for themselves and don't spout partisan drivel.

Most Canadians are moderate in their views and looking for a thinking and rational center right party as a potential political home/alternative.
Just look at how well the Bloc does by being a thinking and rational party with a Quebec flavor. The CFP can provide that in a national party.

From a partisan perspective, the CFP provides a political home for small c conservatives without all the extremist pandering nonsense. How refreshing.

The CFP would not embrace these people https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-66930536 whereas PP and the CPC did.
I hope your getting paid for this propaganda bit. The center left and right has nothing to do with this idea of another party. Its started because of a drastic need for the extremists left party of woke liberalists of canada. They have lost any support they had. The poll's show they would be actually finished if an election happened. Actually, they are probably done forever after what they have done to this country. So in desperation, they need deflection created at all cost's.
Your right that as of today, most canadians have come to their senses. Yes becoming more moderately thinking as, well, we have to in order to save this country from the left extremism we have seem ruin this country. Do we need another political party, well something will need to replace the woke liberalists party so the far left woke have somewhere to go for their emotional feeding. The rest of us in the center, have a party and their majority support in all poll's shows this.
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Agreed. This ‘new party on the block’ is nothing more than a limp effort to split vote so that the [spit] Niberal govt carries on in its efforts to destroy Canada.

I’m willing to bet that the funding for this ‘new’ party, behind the scene, was financed by the LPC.
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It would serve the liberals and ndp right if there usual voters (because of their love fest) handed their support to the green party.
More of a protest vote, not because they actually support the greens.
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https://mailchi.mp/22894c1afbeb/we-dese ... 04969bd08a

The Canada Future Party seems to be serious about being a force in the next election. The kind of thoughtful analysis and vision for Canada laid out in that email is the sort of thing that will appeal across a wide range of political outlooks.

Certainly their criticisms of the major parties are on point.
The PP CPC is a confused mess of sloganeering nonsense, conspiracy theories, we're against everything, and lack of vision.
The Liberals need a strong dose of Chretien/Martin pragmatism and to move away from NDP style populism in the process.

Methinks that Canada will be better off if the CFP continues its march toward certification as a federal political party. We would be well served if such a party held the balance power and "we" writ large toned down the rhetoric and faced the evolving facts of the world instead of playing political gotcha games.
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We can all agree that yes the left of political people need another party to vote for. :up:
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liisgo wrote: Jan 5th, 2024, 12:50 pm We can all agree that yes the left of political people need another party to vote for. :up:
Actually the CFP is center right, "red Tory" oriented.
The characterization of the CFP as "left" is a function of how far right an individual observer happens to be.

Or perhaps it is because the CFP wants to be a fact based party, something that CPC aficionados often find strange and bewildering?
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hobbyguy wrote: Jan 5th, 2024, 2:42 pm
liisgo wrote: Jan 5th, 2024, 12:50 pm We can all agree that yes the left of political people need another party to vote for. :up:
Actually the CFP is center right, "red Tory" oriented.
The characterization of the CFP as "left" is a function of how far right an individual observer happens to be.

Or perhaps it is because the CFP wants to be a fact based party, something that CPC aficionados often find strange and bewildering?
You would think that "fact based" parties would be especially "bewildering" to the Liberal hacks and donkeys who lie constantly in their desperate efforts to cling to power as long as possible, in order to steal as much as possible.
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Perhaps after eight years of lies and division we tend not to believe anything from MSM….. funny how that works
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hobbyguy wrote: Jan 5th, 2024, 2:42 pm
liisgo wrote: Jan 5th, 2024, 12:50 pm We can all agree that yes the left of political people need another party to vote for. :up:
Actually the CFP is center right, "red Tory" oriented.
The characterization of the CFP as "left" is a function of how far right an individual observer happens to be.

Or perhaps it is because the CFP wants to be a fact based party, something that CPC aficionados often find strange and bewildering?
Think you missed the sarcasmism in the post.
But really, not even the most emotionally attached and needy liberalist can lower themselves far enough to still support their party that has done more damage, failed more miserably and caught in so many investigations and ethic scandals in history. So, another party of choice would be welcoming to them.

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