Thought of the Day – When did reporters, Liberals, NDPers, and various other parties become experts on (i) people not part of their organizations and (ii) the people of Canada?
Last night I watched a purported “news channel” to see what their panel of reporters had to say regarding the election on Monday. To my angst one of the reporters actually stated that the Conservative party voters were less intelligent and less educated than the other parties. No wonder we’re in the mess we are today.
**(reporter will remain nameless because I don’t want to get hauled into court like the Conservative Party was [media stifling free speech isn’t that ironic])
Not being a member of any political party, I stand on the outside looking in on all of the parties, their members and even their voters. What I find incredulous is that anyone, from any party, would have the arrogance to make that kind of statement and I find it even more repulsive coming from a member of the media. Obviously, this member of the media has no respect for the popular vote nor for the people who have university degrees and/or the average everyday Canadian. But where and how would such a pious ingrate have developed such a biased and unproven thought (if you can call it actually a thought)?
Why from government reports. Short explanation…
Back in 2003-2004 there was a panel created on how to govern Ontario (Liberal). This panel did a number of reports and there are 2 reports that stand out most, to an intelligent reader. Those include “Small, Rural and Remote Communities: An Anatomy of Risk”
Of course, these documents were created by urbanists, professors from large urban centres and even foreign opinion. These documents state that this, in conjunction with the report “Ontario in the Creative Age” should be the information government base their policy and legislation on. But should that be the case that a few urbanists set how the people of Canada and Ontario are to live or should that be the decision of the people? It would seem the urbanists and media/reporters have done a good job denying the people the information needed to make a fair and equitable decision during the federal election (must be that lacking intellect…I digress).
What I find even more perplexing is the lack of knowledge Canadians suffer from when entering into a conversation about their constitutions and their rights. It would also seem that Canadians have been denied even their own basic history which includes:
“The rule is the public interest is always paramount but NEVER when it is at the expense of a private individual.” Ontario Legislative Assembly, February 11, 1965 – Vol. 1, p. 478.
It would seem our education system has been hijacked by propaganda spewed from legions of illogical and even senseless minions of the extreme left. One merely has to look at the “climate protesters” and their unconditional loyalty to a sixteen year old girl who has not lived a life or understands what she is demanding – she is merely following what she has been told by a one sided entity.
And yet this is not the fault of our educators – that is the fault of the parents who do not take the time to educate their children about the finer points in life and society. Parents who refuse to learn themselves about real factual Canadian history, the law of this land or the various constitutions which have supported Canadians rights. Why are Canadians so willing to give up those rights that our forefathers fought and died for? Why are Canadians so willing to give up those rights that our present men and women in camo are prepared to fight and die for?
Certainly, the West does have grounds to express the need to remove themselves from Canada and why not when another province has declared itself, if not sovereign, to be separated from the rest of the provinces. This is to the point that the singular province feels that it does not have to adhere to Canadian law nor respect other provinces.
As for Ontario – of all of the provinces this province should be the most ashamed regarding the Federal election. Ontario had an opportunity to show the federal government that its actions are unacceptable regarding the environment, the economy and in particular the natural resource sector. Ontario failed. Not all of Ontario but those who would believe the urbanists, those who would believe that only future for people is robotics and AI, and those who would believe a reporter who says that the Conservative party voters were less intelligent and less educated than the other parties.
So when did reporters, Liberals, NDPers, and various other parties become experts on (i) people not part of their organizations and (ii) the people of Canada?
Seems they haven’t or the Conservatives would not have received the “popular vote” even if they didn’t win the election.