submitted by Brian Peckford


December 15, 2023

The Conservative Party Of Canada Rejected ‘The Supremacy of God ‘ In Its Latest Policy Document, September , 2023.

Very, very interesting !!! And deeply disappointing and disturbing !

The Charter of Rights and Freedoms in the Constitution Act of 1982 has as its introduction and framework principles the following : ‘Whereas Canada is founded upon the principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law:’

One of the founding principles of the Conservative Party of Canada as described in their updated policy document passed at their September , 2023 says :

‘A belief in loyalty to a sovereign and united Canada governed in accord with the Constitution of Canada , the supremacy of democratic parliamentary institutions and the rule of law. ‘

Wow! Replaced ‘Supremacy of God ‘ with ‘Supremacy of Democratic Parliamentary Institutions.’

So :

First , this ‘Conservative ‘ sentence is contradictory in that the Constitution does not say supremacy of democratic parliamentary institutions. It does say ‘ Supremacy of God! ‘

Yet , the sentence says it follows the Constitution .

Second, we know now why this Government in waiting has been so silent on this aspect of our Constitution.

Secularism has captured the ruling class——and if there is a conservative out there that thinks this Conservative Party of Canada has any interest in adhering to our Constitution and the founding principles of our Charter —forget it!

Like the Liberals and the NDP they have abdicated their leadership and allowed the courts to redefine our Constitution—-without using the necessary amending formula that some of us fought so hard to achieve and which was one of the chief reasons that had prevented our own Constitution until 1982.

We are on a tragic road of moral confusion ( so apparent in the secular curriculum developing in our schools and how the parent position so important in a Supremacy of God Judaeo Christian framework has been downgraded )  ‘——a free for all as we make it all up as we go along ‘ rather than principles and standards, based on a real God , a power beyond ourselves. ‘

Judge Robert H. Bork stated in the introduction of his book ‘Coercing Virtue ‘ ——‘ increasingly, the power of the people of Western nations to govern themselves is diluted, and their ability to choose the moral environment in which they live is steadily diminished.’