Persistent political superstitions shared by a majority of voters have long been a major obstacle to the establishment of any real choice at the election polls. Among them: a fear of ‘splitting the vote,’ ‘voting for the lesser of’ a given number of evils, ‘the wasted vote,’ ‘voting against instead of for,’ and others.
Referred to as variants of ‘strategic voting’ it may be better to label these voting fallacies as ‘strategic vote wasting’ because that is the ‘invariable’ result of ‘strategically’ voting. Worse, there is only one political direction towards which ‘strategic voting’ leads: Leftward.
It is possible that more Canadians are now awakening to this reality. Thanks to the tyrannical ‘Covid’ policies of all the political parties in Canada’s parliament, more Canadians are seeing Red and turning Purple – the official colour of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC).
To illustrate why this may be so, we are pleased to feature highlights of our discussions with PCC leader Maxime Bernier and New Brunswick PPC candidates Wayne Wheeler, Nicholas Pereira, and Jack Minor.