When it comes to Ontario’s 2022 provincial election now under way, it appears that there are more politicians wanting the freedom to party than there are who want a party to freedom.
Considering the number of political parties now registered in the province of Ontario, it’s alarming to realize that only one is a party to freedom. That party is the Freedom Party of Ontario (FPO) and its leader Paul McKeever (also FPO’s candidate in London North Centre) joins us to describe why this is so.
Along the way, Paul offers a history of Freedom Party and of the Ontario government’s persistent manipulation of the electoral system – and of political parties – since FPO’s founding in 1984.
On the federal front it’s much the same story, where the only party to freedom is the People’s Party of Canada (PPC). Past PPC candidate for London West, Mike McMullen, joins us to describe why he also feels comfortable now running as a provincial 2022 candidate for Freedom Party in his same riding.
Having participated in provincial candidate debates, both Paul and Mike have noticed how any discussion of the government’s pandemic response over the past few years is being entirely avoided by the other parties, and how they’re all desperately pretending it’s politics as usual. Most noticeable is the absence of any Progressive Conservative (PC) candidates at the debates, particularly given that the ruling PC party is the party most responsible for the government’s mishandling of the entire pandemic controversy.
Calling for the government to be held accountable for its incredible violations of individual freedom during the past few years is a key objective of Freedom Party’s 2022 election platform appropriately titled: Truth Rights Justice Freedom.
It’s also why, as the party’s own literature proclaims, Freedom Party is Ontario’s only party that’s “Just Right for Ontario.”
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