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Be Free

PPC Federal Candidate

West Vancouver - Sunshine Coast - Sea to Sky Country

My reason for running

I believe activities which were traditionally assigned to the family -- parenting, education, the operation of one's business -- have now drifted to the provincial and federal governments, and this has led to the destabilization of our society. What we need now is to take these activities away from government, to assign them back to the families, and to empower the people to take back control of their lives.

My views

  • I believe that money is the measuring tape for value, and inflation constantly distorts that tape.

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  • I believe taxes should pay for defending the nation, staffing the courts and for delivering the mail. For everything else, that money should be left in the citizen's pocket where it belongs.

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  • I personally believe that government should let the citizens keep what they earn, and the citizen should apply those earnings towards private health insurance. But having so heavily leaned into the welfare state, today I would honestly settle for simply abolishing the single payer model.

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  • I believe the government has debased our currency and, therefore, Canadians are using housing as a form of inflation resistant money. Immigration, regulations, and taxation, then, is simply the fuel thrown on that fire.

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  • As with health care, I believe that the government should let the citizens keep what they earn, and the citizens should then be free to invest their earnings in a retirement fund of their choosing. Unfortunately, today, the opposite is happening where governments which have spent recklessly and cannot make their pension obligations resort to increasing the capital gains tax on the very same elderly they purport to provide for.

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  • I believe that the transfer of decision making of educational curricula from the community to the provincial government is an abdication of parental responsibility.

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  • I believe that society is trying to regulate its way to perfection, but every time we introduce a new regulation, we deprive a citizen of their ability to earn a living. What we are left with, in the end, is increased levels of poverty.

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  • I believe we need to first clearly define what Canada's vision is going to be for the next 100 years. Next, we must set about amending our immigration formula to ensure we are bringing in only those people that are aligned with our national vision. Finally, we need to drastically reduce the number of people we extend citizenship to.

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A message to my riding

About me

I was born in Iran in 1983 and I came to Canada when I was only six years old. I grew up in West Vancouver and then earned a bachelors in computer science from York University in 2006. Later, I obtained my PhD in computational neuroscience from Southampton University in 2010 and I have been running a small software company for the past 10 years.

Each week, I give ordinary Canadians the microphone and they tell me all the many ways that government is encroaching on their lives.

In Lay Terms

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Buck

Buck

Buck is a model Canadian citizen who witnessed the events of the Great Financial Crash (2008) and didn’t let the fact that he is not a credentialed elite get in the way of him learning the ins and outs of our monetary system.

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Jason Dahl

Jason Dahl

Join us as we sit down and talk to Mr. Jason Dahl about the state of affairs in Canada and how we can start discussing issues, rather than vilifying one another.

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Ali Nmyes

Ali Nmyes

We talk with Ali Nmyes about what is going on with young Canadians, how Covid lockdowns transformed schools, and how youth support for immigration has completely evaporated in light of the housing crisis.

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Giles Bourgeois

Giles Bourgeois

Mr. Bourgeois may be the only person who can manage to make philosophy fun again. We discuss how we can trace back hysteria over issues like climate change, the trans movement, and even the Kamloops mass grave incident right back to the flawed philosophy of Plato.

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Bradley Zylstra

Bradley Zylstra

Bradley Zylstra is an average Canadian who decided to take a stand, so he threw his name in the race as a candidate for People’s Party of Canada.

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