“Nationally, the Conservatives have the support of 41% of voters, the Liberals are in second with 24% support.”
January 11, 2024
“The latest poll from Abacus Data shows Pierre Poilievre and the Conservatives with a 17-point lead over Trudeau’s Liberals. The Conservatives lead among every demographic group and in every region except Quebec.”
A wise man once said that if you build a house on sand, it will eventually wash away– or something close to this. Applying the idea to contemporary politics in Canada offers quite the revelation.
Over the past year, all foundational elements of Liberal Party support have taken a free-fall. Well, perhaps not all. Paid pundits in Canadian media remain supportive. Why wouldn’t they? The Feds funding of major media outlets, as opposed to de-funding policies promised by the Conservative opposition, result in ubiquitous media bias toward the Liberals.
Apart from this, Trudeau’s other stronghold is found in Canadian academia. Extract these institutions from the political picture, and what remains? Try a not-so-benign composite of government-funded Immigration and Multicultural non-profit groups.
Organizations like Nation Council of Canadian Muslims presently wield major political influence in Ottawa. NCCM push for the M103 “Islamophobia” motion, and government approve it. A demand for 1000 Palestinian refugees to enter the country receives a thumbs-up. Dissatisfied, an immediate request to expand the intake is immediately tabled.
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