If the Conservatives are forced into acting on nationalist voters’ whims even if they have people in high places trying to whip them, we can at least hold this country together for a few more years.
The World Economic Forum is meeting in Davos, Switzerland this week, and is leading to some more based schizo-boomerisms as per usual.
I’m not a fan of Pierre Poilievre, but now I am moving closer towards a reluctant endorsement of him for Prime Minister of Canada. Not because I like him, because I don’t but because he is at least 60 or 70% there on the issues, especially when it comes to world Jewry.
Klaus Schwab in 2017 at Harvard: "What we are very proud of, is that we penetrate the global cabinets of countries with our WEF Young Global Leaders." pic.twitter.com/dMsZWGbQ6a— TamiCam🇺🇲 (@megami_shiawase) January 24, 2022
Klaus Schwab on Trudeau's loyalty to the World Economic Forum & not to the Canadian people. pic.twitter.com/8VaTKMAnb6— THENO1WAFFLER (@TheNo1Waffler) February 15, 2022
Poilievre seems more and more to me like an ignorant middle class conservative than an elitist shill.
The reason I think this, is that I think Pierre Poilievre has a deluded idea that pretending to support gay, abortion and immigration will help him win votes. He is calling out the elites. That is an objectively good thing.
He’s been going after the banks, he’s going after the WEF, he supports crypto, and opposes vaccine mandates. This is so much better than anything the Conservative Party has given us in years.
The reason I’ve repeatedly endorsed the PPC is that they serve as a wedge, leveraging the Conservatives in our direction, and Pierre Poilievre is proof of that. The Conservatives sprinted to the right to recover their votes in the wake of the Trucker Convoy.
Poilievre has said that no member of his government would be permitted to participate in Davos’ World Economic Forum.
Pierre Poilievre has come under fire by the boomerwaffen for having his name on the WEF website, and apparently this is only because they republished an article he at written elsewhere. There’s probably some truth to the boomerwaffen claims, and there are a number of possibilities for Pierre’s true intentions.
- Pierre could simply be a careerist, running to the right to earn votes, not really caring about his principles.
- Pierre could genuinely be our guy and is under the deluded understanding that he needs to couch his positions in “multi-racial working class populism.”
- Pierre could be being paid to take votes away from the PPC by pretending to be right wing while actually being left wing (controlled opposition).
Even in the negative cases to me, I think this is a positive move for the Canadian right wing, and if the Conservatives are forced into acting on nationalist voters’ whims even if they have people in high places trying to whip them, we can at least hold this country together for a few more years. We are ultimately in charge of the politicians. Sure, they lie to us for votes because they get dark money from dark places, but they do still need our votes.