Where is democracy in Canada now?
“The more we do to you, the less you seem to believe we are doing it”. Joseph Mengele
The concept of democracy is that people vote for their representatives for all levels of government, and those elected represent their constituents to the ruling body, in our case our House of ill repute, and clearly that is not happening in Canada.
Just this month the people of Ontario were given their opportunity to vote, and such was the discontent with Ontario’s government that many did not even bother to vote as they knew that they are not and will not be represented. This does not only apply to Ontario, but when a populace decides not to even bother to vote it speaks volumes for the state of our democracy in Canada.
We no longer have representatives in Canada at any level who are interested in their constituents but simply tow the party line which is mostly dictated by the corporate power
“Liberty lies in the hearts of men and women; when it dies there, no constitution, no law, no court can save it; no constitution, no law, no court can even do much to help it.” Judge Learned Hand
Our system should allow for checks and balances but it does not. Federally we have a senate which is supposed to be a house of sober second thought to our House of ill Repute, and when they recently got a chance to hold that house of ill repute in check by appearing ready to refuse to agree to the emergency powers illegally invoked by our “nice hair” drama teacher, he simply reversed himself and revoked those emergency powers. The Senate was not needed in this case but it appears they were ready for once to act on behalf of Canadians and their freedoms
Will we need a new constitution written by Klaus Schwab who is not interested in provincial powers?
‘The truth often evades being recognized due to its utter incredibility’ Pericles?
Is that what we want, or are we willing to actually demand of our representatives that they act for us rather than against us?
‘Civil disobedience becomes a sacred duty when the state becomes lawless and corrupt’. Mahatma Ghandi
However, one thing is very clear Canada is NOT a democratic country