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    A Canada that remains subservient in any way to the UN, has already relinquished its sovereignty. Their intentions for Canada are not good ones. Kick them out of our country, lest we lose our culture, and our way of life. I simply will not support any candidate who refuses to do what is necessary in regards to the UN. Mr. Bernier has been very clear that he will only remove Canada from UN commitments which are injurious to Canada, even though this is very shortsighted and naive. His current position directly conflicts with what he originally told us when he announced his fledgling party. He is failing to take into consideration the UN’s reputation, their history, their national makeup([I]Which is predominantly Asian[/I]), and their stated global intentions. It was nothing other than his promise to remove Canada from [B]anything [/B]to do with the UN, that made me decide his party was one I wanted to support, so I became a founding member of his party immediately.

    However, now I feel as if I have been duped by the empty suits [I]yet again[/I]. Don’t all politicians make promises and then walk them back, or outright break them later on. Tell me how Mr. Bernier is not doing the exact same thing in regards to the UN. Immigration is only a symptom of the problem, a symptom of the UN problem. If Mr. Bernier does not see this, ([I]for the record I don’t believe for one second that he doesn’t[/I]) then he is not the right man for the job. Which means there are no candidates whom I will support in October, because none of them are dealing with the [B]root of Canada’s current problems[/B]. The root of Canada’s current problems is not immigration,[B] it is unelected foreigners telling our leaders what their marching orders are, [/B]and that very simply put, [I]is unacceptable to me.[/I]

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    [QUOTE=”WesaidNO, post: 15602, member: 441″]Don’t all politicians make promises and then walk them back, or outright break them later on[/QUOTE]
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    [QUOTE=”WesaidNO, post: 15602, member: 441″]A Canada that remains subservient in any way to the UN, has already relinquished its sovereignty. Their intentions for Canada are not good ones. Kick them out of our country, lest we lose our culture, and our way of life. I simply will not support any candidate who refuses to do what is necessary in regards to the UN. Mr. Bernier has been very clear that he will only remove Canada from UN commitments which are injurious to Canada, even though this is very shortsighted and naive. His current position directly conflicts with what he originally told us when he announced his fledgling party. He is failing to take into consideration the UN’s reputation, their history, their national makeup([I]Which is predominantly Asian[/I]), and their stated global intentions. It was nothing other than his promise to remove Canada from [B]anything [/B]to do with the UN, that made me decide his party was one I wanted to support, so I became a founding member of his party immediately.

    However, now I feel as if I have been duped by the empty suits [I]yet again[/I]. Don’t all politicians make promises and then walk them back, or outright break them later on. Tell me how Mr. Bernier is not doing the exact same thing in regards to the UN. Immigration is only a symptom of the problem, a symptom of the UN problem. If Mr. Bernier does not see this, ([I]for the record I don’t believe for one second that he doesn’t[/I]) then he is not the right man for the job. Which means there are no candidates whom I will support in October, because none of them are dealing with the [B]root of Canada’s current problems[/B]. The root of Canada’s current problems is not immigration,[B] it is unelected foreigners telling our leaders what their marching orders are, [/B]and that very simply put, [I]is unacceptable to me.[/I][/QUOTE]
    I like that Mr Bernier spoke against agreeing to the UN Migration Pact and created a petition about it.

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