Over the last three decades all the three mainstream parties, the NDP, the Liberals, and the Conservatives, have formed a variety of governments; however, Ontarians have been wondering why their lives and livelihoods are going from bad to worse, day after day. Why are the behaviours and actions – or lack thereof – of these three mainstream parties similar to small groups of thugs, gas lighting the taxpaying citizens?
Ontarians must end their frustration with the political parties who have formed governments that have been deceitful, poor with their communications, poor with their follow-ups, and slow to respond when they were needed.
Although taking advantage of Ontarians by their elected parties is not something new, it has been more palpable during the last two years, where the Ontario provincial government has imposed extreme restrictions on Ontarians’ personal liberties, restricting their freedom of mobility, under the pretext of “Health, Safety, and Saving Lives”.
The events of the last two years have demonstrated that the actions of our elected representatives, who were supposed to represent their constituencies and their constituents, have done nothing but lick the boots of a few elite industrialists and technocrats.
Even though the citizens and taxpayers foot the bill for the Members of Parliament (MPPs) out of control and useless spending, these career politicians have the nerve to bow down to unelected shady characters, disregarding the welfare of the very populace who have voted them in office.
After all, the seats in the Legislative Assembly belong to you, and your vote is your contractual consent to send someone to Queen’s Park to represent you, and protect your interests. Therefore, you have the right to remove those MPPs who have breached their part of this contract, deceived and betrayed you by breaking their promises.
Time is of the essence! You have the ability to boot these unqualified, incompetent, corrupt, and crooked gangsters out of office, breaking this vicious circle that has been in the hands of the gang of three, and changing the balance of power.
There is a big difference between following an ideology blindly with its possible toxicity and pursuing an ideal. The CCP is a unique party, designed for independents, advocating individualism. The CCP is NOT based on left or right ideologies; our candidates don’t answer to party leaders, non-elected industrialists, union bosses, or special groups; they only answer to their electorate.
57% of eligible voters refrained from voting during the June 2022 election for a variety of reasons. I do sympathize with the Non-Voters and understand why they don’t want to bother to vote; however, they can play a pivotal role in this election, by showing up and voting for independents or candidates from smaller parties, who are mainly part of the suffering population and are neither career politicians nor members of the aristocratic oligarchy.
This province needs new blood.
I understand that you choose not to vote for one or more of the following reasons:
- You believe that voting is a waste of your valuable time.
- You feel that you don’t want to be responsible for the MP’s wrongdoings.
- You don’t see any useful outcome as a result of your participation.
- You dislike, to varying degrees, the way politicians behave, and you feel they treat you unfairly.
- You have no hope for a better future either for yourself or your children.
- You see the election process as a total waste of tax payers' money.
- You pride yourself on your decisions and decide not to waste your vote.
- You are sick and tired of unfounded promises that are given to you at election time.
For all the above reasons this is the time to exercise your right and get inspired. There are other alternatives; vote, and vote for anyone but the mainstream parties and their candidates.
Besides the three mainstream parties, there are another 22 registered political parties in Ontario, as well as a number of independent candidates during elections. Unfortunately, the mainstream media does not inform the voters about the choices available to them. Sadly, the misinformed electorate treats the election as a horse race, trying to bet on the winning horse among the gang of three; hence, they neglect their own welfare.