Tag Archives: Canadian democracy

Well, screw you Donald.

9th April 2018 Ever since America as a country came into being there has been one thing that has been in their favour and that is superior numbers.   From Custer’s 7th Cavalry famous for slaughtering old men, women and children … Continue reading

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OH CANADA, WHERE ART THOU?

   Every day in our House of Commons, MPs stand and spout the word “democracy” over and over and occasionally – very rarely actuality – “sovereignty”. There is no doubt in my mind that none of them have the first … Continue reading

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Voting reform in Canada?

In Canada we have been presented with an opportunity to bring some real democracy to our political scene, and it appears to me that we are going to pass on that opportunity. We have a three party system here with … Continue reading

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The end to First Past the post elections?

Sunny days to follow the last ‘first past the post’ election in Canada.     There has been a suggestion made to me that arrogance, hatred and contempt for any Canadian who is not a supporter of the Reform/Alliance/Cons is … Continue reading

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A Letter to Canadian MPs.

I was clearing out my drafts in my email today and came accross this which it seems I never sent.  However it seems appropos so I am putting it up here for your reading pleasure !.   To all Members … Continue reading

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Indigenous peoples and this Canadian Government

It occurred to me the other day that the main reason for the long delay in this Canadian government signing the UN Declaration of Rights for Indigenous peoples could very well have been that they would have to recognise that … Continue reading

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