Sep 162021
 


Corporate media attention has increasingly been featuring lead stories about the rise of the People’s Party of Canada’s (PPC) standing in the official polls. The party once ignored by the media is now being vilified on its front pages and major news reports.

The rise of the PPC’s popularity along with its increased appeal on alternate social media is evidence of a ‘purple wave’ of shifting political preferences no longer possible to deny. Our guest, London-West PPC candidate Mike McMullen has been experiencing that wave first hand and has some interesting insights from the front-lines of the political conflict.

Like many other PPC candidates across the country, Mike’s view of the ‘purple wave’ corresponds with theirs, suggesting that the wave is not merely a local phenomenon but a national one. If so, things are definitely moving in the Right direction for the PPC, but how large the ‘purple wave’ of support turns out to be at the polls is anyone’s guess. We are in uncharted territory, especially given the critical and unique nature of this election.

It bears reminding that while every election results in winners and losers, the political conflict between freedom (on the Right) and tyranny (on the Left) never ends. No matter the election outcome, the People’s Party of Canada will still continue to be Canada’s only federal party that is Just Right for the country.

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Sep 142021
 

Marc Emery has been an advocate for personal freedom for almost 40 years. He is the People’s Party of Canada candidate in the riding of London North Centre.

At a PPC rally in London, Ontario he spoke about the inefficacy of the Covid-19 “vaccinations,” Justin Trudeau’s response to the burning of Canadian churches, and the decline of Canadian freedom.

Sep 132021
 

Kristen Nagle a Canadian neonatal intensive care nurse who was fired by the London Health Science Centre for speaking at an anti-lockdown rally in Washington, D.C. on January 6th, 2021 has joined the ranks of the Peoples Party of Canada.

In this Just Right Media exclusive, she speaks to a PPC election rally in London, Ontario about her fight against the draconian measures governments have inflicted on the public and the fact that more doctors and nurses are prevented from speaking out under threats from their respective colleges.

Aug 262021
 


“Don’t forget to take your vitamins today. I took mine but they won’t work unless you take yours.” Silly, yes. But such is the non sequitur being used to promote and mandate dangerous ‘experimental’ injections into the arms of every man woman and child on the face of the planet.

The cognitive dissonance required to accept this kind of logic as a reason to ‘get a jab’ or to sacrifice one’s individual freedom is a subject that deserves our attention, especially since a significant portion of the population actually thinks this way. Many of them would not see the humor in our opening ‘vitamin’ example.

For those who still don’t get the joke, taking vitamins (or any medicines) works for the person taking them even if no one else takes vitamins. Seriously. That’s actually a fact. Similarly, getting vaccinated works for the vaccinated even if no one else gets vaccinated. Seriously. That’s what being ‘vaccinated’ means. Otherwise, it’s not a vaccine.

Not only that, but being ‘vaccinated’ means being vaccinated ‘against’ something. Yet, according to the manufacturers of the injections themselves, the so-called ‘Covid’ vaccines do not even protect against ‘Covid’ or prevent the spread of any viruses that may cause ‘Covid.’ Still, despite these glaring admissions, there are people who take the jab under the exact opposite expectation, oblivious to what they have been told.

But the cognitive dissonance doesn’t end there. Many take the ‘vaccine’ in the hope of regaining some limited freedom of mobility. But again, officials have already told us in no uncertain terms that whether vaccinated or not, mask wearing, lockdowns, and more forced ‘vaccinations’ will continue unabated. Consider the sheer lunacy of it all. Continue reading »

Taliban takeover and the East/West culture clash | Salim Mansur

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Aug 192021
 

The West’s capitulation in Afghanistan marks a pivot point in East-West geopolitics and just as the 20th century was Europe-centered in politics and culture the 21st century will have all eyes on Asia with Afghanistan being at the heart of it.

The West abandoned colonialism after World War II only to replace it with “Nation Building” which, as our guest, Professor Salim Mansur describes, is just colonialism under another name and doomed to fail.

As Salim explains, the West was unprepared for this dynamic shift and rather than end its failed efforts to build democracies in parts of the world where there is no history of individualism it has instead embraced the tribal and collectivist attitudes of its enemies resulting in a string of military failures and the deconstruction of Western values here at home.

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