RAIR Foundation USA will continually update this article on the Canadian Federal election, which will be held on September 20, 2021.
Canada is six days away from its Federal election, which will determine the future of its country.
On Monday, September 20, 2021, Canadians will choose between democracy, freedoms, and the traditions of their country as it had been since its federation some 151 years ago, or total negation of law, individual liberty, and massively increased state power.
Canada is currently under the control of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau from the Liberal Party of Canada. The left-wing Prime Minister famously stated that he admired the Chinese government for “its basic dictatorship.” He also flexed his dictator muscles when he explained during an interview with the New York Times that he was looking forward to being the last Prime Minister of The Nation-State of Canada. Or when he told a Quebec TV station in 2006 that he wanted to “finish his father’s work,” ending the very concept of the nation-state in favor of a globalized world.
Currently, Trudeau has a minority government, meaning that should all the other parties go against him, they could block any legislation. So he called for an early election with the expectation of getting a majority. Despite trailing in the polls, this author predicts that PM Justin Trudeau will be re-elected with a majority government using mail-in ballots, as did Joe Biden in America.
Canada’s other political party’s platforms are essentially identical to Trudeau’s Liberal Party of Canada, from supporting carbon taxes for global warming, total gun ‘control’ meaning confiscations, increased state powers over individual rights, vaccine mandates, and more policies associated with far-left politics.
Below is a list of the different Canadian parties and their candidates running in the upcoming Federal election:
- The Conservative Party of Canada – Leader: Erin O’Toole
- Green Party – Leader: Annamie Paul
- The New Democratic Party – Leader: Jagmeet Singh
- Bloc Quebecois – Leader: Yves Francois Blanchet
- (The Bloc is essentially a Quebec separatist party, although they run in the Federal election. They are essentially a one-issue party with the end game of creating a separate country of Quebec.)
- The People’s Party of Canada – Leader: Maxime Bernier. (Maxime is essentially a libertarian and is the only leader running for Prime Minister who does not share the far-leftist policies on the environment, Covid measures, and state power and emphasizes individual rights.)
September 17, 2021
American socialist Senator Bernie Sanders endorses New Democratic Party (NDP) leader Jagmeet Singh.
September 16, 2021
Former US President Barack Obama endorses Justin Trudeau.
September 14, 2021
Justin Trudeau Values Islamic Terrorists Not Unvaccinated Canadians
In 2015, PM Justin Trudeau stated that Islamic terrorists plotted to kill Prime Minister Harper and blow up Parliament and other terrorist acts deserve Canadian citizenship.
In 2021, Trudeau makes it clear that people who receive the mRNA gene therapy jab should have more rights than citizens who have not.
September 11, 2001
Interview Bradley Bishop
The following exclusive RAIR Foundation USA interview is with Bradley Bishop. Mr. Bishop is a Quebec resident that experienced a great deal of difficulty attempting to vote for the one non-narrative candidate, Maxime Bernier.
September 9, 2021
Protest At Election Debate After Maxime Bernier Is Excluded
Maxime Bernier, head of The People’s Party of Canada (PPC), is polling higher than the Greens and Bloq Quebecois party’s. However, despite his lead over two political party’s he was forbidden from being in the televised federal election debate.
Rules were concocted at the last moment to exclude Bernier, who is the only non-leftist voice.
On September 9, 2021, a demonstration was held at The Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec, where the leader’s debate was held. The protest was filled with people who expressed their anti-Trudeau sentiments. A theme that has been taking place across Canada wherever the Dauphin seems to go.
There were about 300-500 people there. And it was clearly Maxime’s crowd, as you can tell by the signs and the party’s purple colors on display. During the entire protest, police drones were flying above our heads. Drones are illegal as you are not allowed to fly drones over a crowd. The drones are included in the following video RAIR Foundation USA shot at the protest.