626 – Uncensored—Freedom of speech and the PPC

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Oct 102019
 

Just Right Media with Dave Rubin

It’s hard to ignore the massive crowds attending the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) events across the country, yet the mainstream media does so as a matter of course.

Consider what happened at the September 29 PPC event held at Mohawk College in Hamilton where nearly 1000 people attended to support the PPC’s freedom platform. Most of the mainstream media’s attention was focused on the fascists protesting outside the event. Consumed by their irrational hatred and ignorance, these protesting fascists were never correctly identified by the mainstream media, while their utterly false assertions that the PPC is a ‘racist’ party were allowed to continue unabated and unchallenged.

Canada’s 2019 federal election has reached a new low when it comes to bringing accurate information and the real issues that affect Canadian voters. The main culprit and “enemy of the people” is the mainstream media, which now receives federal subsidies from a corrupt and socialist government.

Silencing the voices of the PPC has become a major effort by the mainstream media and by all of Canada’s other federal political parties, especially the NDP, whose leader, Jagmeet Singh, openly advocated censoring the PPC because of the ‘values’ espoused by the PPC: freedom, responsibility, fairness, and respect. In the mind of Singh and the mainstream media, these ideas and values (which are never explicitly cited by them) are “hateful.”

The mainstream media has been providing a steady stream of fake news, and resorting to misrepresentations, outright censorship, evasion of the facts, and political correctness – all calculated to keep Canadians ignorant and misinformed about their true choices at the polls and what those choices reflect in practice.

With the emergence of the People’s Party of Canada under the leadership of Maxime Bernier, these unconscionable practices of the media and the parties of the Left must be brought to the attention of voters, especially since the PPC now offers them something to vote ‘for’ rather than ‘against’. Currently, the only way to do this is through social media, where audiences can see the unfiltered stark contrast between what the PPC is advocating and what is being reported in their daily print and broadcast media.

Perhaps that’s why one of the key social media outlets invited and openly welcomed at PPC events during this election has been one demonstrated to reliably and objectively report the truth about the PPC: Just Right Media.

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Oct 042019
 

An open discussion on the erosion of free speech in Canada by People’s Party Leader Maxime Bernier, Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report, and Dr. David Haskell. Hosted by Frank Vaughan with introductory remarks by Professor Emeritus Dr. Salim Mansur.

The event which took place in Hamilton, Ontario, was attended by approximately 1,000 people in a theatre which seated 1,049, despite the intimidating threats by protesters.

We end this complete presentation with Just Right Media interviews of Maxime Bernier, Dave Rubin, and Dr. Haskell.


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Sep 052019
 

People's Party

Our focus on the People’s Party of Canada (PPC), begun on last week’s show, gradually expands to a discussion of the broader influence and impact the party may have on the election, as our one-on-one interviews with selected PPC candidates wraps up.

Featured PPC candidates on today’s broadcast are (in order of appearance):

Mark Friesen – Saskatoon-Grasswood
Alain Deng – Vancouver South
Mike McMullen – London West
Rocky Dong – Burnaby North-Seymour
Frank Vaughan – Northumberland-Peterborough South

What becomes clear after hearing the sampling of candidates on this and last week’s broadcasts is that none feel restrained in the slightest when it comes to raising the issues that are front and center on their minds.

Assured of their freedom of speech, they know that theirs is a party of principle. They are also aware that in a world of political correctness, no such assurances are possible.

If Canadians are searching for a party that offers them the same assurance, then their search is over. After all, a party of, by, and for the people is not a new idea; it’s Just Right that such a party should be called the People’s Party.

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620 – Free to speak – for the People’s Party

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Aug 292019
 

Free to Speak

Canadians now have a new option at the polls in the upcoming October 21 federal election: the People’s Party of Canada (PPC), whose founder and leader is Maxime Bernier.

The PPC is a political party whose candidates can freely express many different concerns on a variety of issues – candidates who actually have a voice within their party, unlike most candidates in other parties.

This very freedom within the PPC is just one of the ways that the PPC is ‘doing politics differently,’ and it has already sparked numerous controversies within establishment political circles and media. Remarkably, PPC leader Maxime Bernier has not attempted to silence his candidates but has instead come to their defence.

This is just one of the characteristics that make the PPC unique, and its freedom of speech philosophy has been a major attraction for PPC candidates and supporters alike. Continue reading »

Benjamin Dichter – Choosing Country Over Party

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Aug 232019
 

Benjamin Dichter, a founder of LGBTory, gives an impassioned speech to the first People’s Party of Canada National Conference held in Gatineau, Quebec on the topic of choosing your country over your party.

Dichter, a member of the Conservative Party of Canada, has distanced himself from the leadership of that party over their policies on Islamism, globalism, and immigration. These are the provocative hot-button issues which members of the PPC and its leader Maxime Bernier are not afraid to openly discuss.


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Globalism, Islamism, and Immigration – An open discussion

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Aug 212019
 


Taking a break from the People’s Party of Canada Candidates Conference in Gatineau, Quebec PPC candidates Mark Friesen, Frank Vaughan, David Haskell, Laura Lynn Tyler Thompson, and Ivan Pak speak freely about three of the most provocative issues in Canada: globalism, Islamism, and immigration.

It is safe to say that no other political party would allow such candor.

This is a Just Right Media exclusive made possible by the financial support of our fans. Thank you very much to all who contributed to have Bob and Robert in Gatineau for the People’s Party of Canada Candidates Convention.

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617 – Social media censorship is not Right

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Aug 082019
 

Diamond Silk Trump

Social media arose, in part, as an alternative to the so-called ‘mainstream’ media, an empowering communication tool for individuals made possible by the incredible technology of the Internet.

With mainstream media dominated by establishment voices of the Left, it was expected that those same voices would also be dominant on the internet and on social media. But that’s not what happened.

The rise of voices on the Right on social media demonstrated that their reports and commentaries were far more reliable – and popular – than what was being heard from the voices of the Left. This presented the Left with a challenge to their narratives that was previously absent.

However, what was initially not relevant to many who participated on social media platforms is the fact that the major platforms are owned and managed by those with a leftist agenda – the ‘social media giants’ – people who apparently don’t seem to mind manipulating the truth to their advantage. So now it has become relevant. Continue reading »