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It won’t be easy
PPC Newsletter | April 22, 2023
I need 342 courageous Canadian patriots to step up.
I am working on building my team for the next election.
Selecting candidates for every riding in the country.
I need courageous leaders willing to stand by my side and spread our message in their communities so we can succeed in the next election and start getting Canada back on track.
I am often asked, “How did things get this bad?”
It’s because over the last 50 or so years, leftists have worked diligently to take over every aspect of our society.
Not just municipal, provincial, and federal governments. They’ve taken over schools, universities, and school boards. Charities, churches, and courts. Cultural institutions like television networks and media companies. Not to mention bureaucracies at every level.
Once they take on these positions, these leftists are unafraid to push their political philosophy through their work.
The result has been complete dominance of the leftist worldview, not only in government but through our culture as well. People hardly understand what it means to be conservative anymore.
This cultural dominance of the left acts as a backstop politically. If so-called “Conservatives” are lucky enough to get elected, they’ve typically watered down their beliefs to the point where they’re hardly different from the left!
This explains the corruption of the fake Conservative Party here in Canada. They have submitted to the fact that the left dominates society and instead of working to change that, they work within the left’s framing.
So you're probably wondering, “What's the solution?”
I’m reminded of a quote generally attributed to Sir Edmund Burke.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”
The fatal flaw of small-c conservatives like you and me is we’re individualist by nature, and we mostly care about our immediate communities.
Typically we want to be left alone so we can raise our families, work our jobs, and get involved in charities, religious or community groups that we care about.
But this has left a vacuum in the larger society that the left has taken full advantage of.
So we need good men and women to start getting involved. To reclaim our governments, schools, and cultural institutions.
That’s why I started the PPC. I knew from working inside the CPC that it was a lost cause, and true conservatives needed a new party to start taking back Canadian society from misguided leftists.
For the last month and a half I have been working on building our team of PPC candidates to represent the Party in the next election.
We’ve received interest from some incredible applicants so far, and I am confident that our next slate of candidates will be our best ever!
That being said, there are still more than 100 ridings we have not received applications for.
If you think you’d make a great PPC Candidate, submit an application today!
But I won’t lie to you, being a PPC Candidate isn’t easy. We’re the underdogs and the deck is stacked against us.
The left is terrified of having to deal with a true conservative opposition with a distinct vision for this country. They prefer Pierre Poilievre and his weak, unprincipled CPC.
They’ll weaponize their institutional power against you—against us. The political establishment, the corporate media, and professional activists, will work in tandem to try and cancel you.
Being a PPC candidate isn’t easy, but it is empowering.
To finally take off the shackles of the UniParty and to fight for what you truly believe in. To advocate for ideas that will make this country a better place.
It’s worth the adversity. We can’t run from this fight, it will only make matters worse.
We must take this battle head on! For the sake of our children and grandchildren!
Apply today to join the fight for Canada’s future: www.peoplespartyofcanada.ca/apply
The application window closes on Sunday, May 7th.
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