What We Do Is Crucially Important


Reprinted from The PPC Newsletter - June 24, 2022

Maxime Bernier, Leader of the People's Party of Canada


Friend,

There can be no change in politics unless more Canadians want it.


More Canadians need to be aware of the threats

to our freedoms and way of life

from the Liberals and their woke allies.


More Canadians must see through the lies and propaganda in our mainstream media.


That’s why what we do at the People’s Party is so important.


Since the party was founded almost four years ago, we’ve been informing Canadians and raising issues that others are too afraid to raise, such as reducing immigration numbers, opposing the radical trans ideology, or reforming the equalization program.


We’ve been protesting, alone, when others were supporting authoritarian covid measures. Without us, there would have been NO OPPOSITION WHATSOEVER during two years at the federal level.


We’ve been moving the “Overton Window” – the window of what is considered acceptable public discourse – in the right direction so that we can finally have meaningful debates in Canada despite the political correctness and the censorship.


The fact that we have as yet no seat in Parliament is irrelevant.


We’re changing minds and preparing the ground to have seats and more influence in the future, and be able to bring about meaningful reforms.


Reforms that the establishment parties will never be able to implement, because they’re too afraid to oppose the fake elite consensus.


Friend, if you agree that what we do at the PPC is crucially important for Canada’s future, please donate today to help our work!


Thank you,

Max


[ED: Now is the time to renew or buy your PPC Membership. Help fellow like-minded Canadians - from all walks of life - who want a Canada that stands for Freedom, Respect, Fairness, and Responsibility at all levels of governance. Help us defend the Constitution of Canada so that its guarantees are made fully available for all citizens of Canada.]


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