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

Inflation

Taxes should pay for defending the nation, staffing the courts and delivering the mail. For everything else, money should be left in the citizen's pockets, where it belongs.

Taxation

Society is trying to regulate its way to perfection. However, every time we introduce a new regulation, we deprive a citizen of their ability to earn a living. What we are left with is increased levels of poverty.

Regulations

The transfer of decision making of educational curricula from the community to the provincial government is an abdication of parental responsibility.

Education

In a perfect world, the government would let the citizens keep what they earn, and the citizens would use their earnings to purchase private health insurance. But in today's world, I would honestly settle for simply abolishing the single payer model.

Health Care

As with health care, in a perfect world, the government would let the citizens keep what they earn, and the citizens would invest their earnings in a retirement fund of their choosing. Unfortunately, today, the opposite is happening where governments which have spent recklessly resort to increasing the capital gains tax.

Pensions

We need to clearly define what Canada's vision is going to be for the next 100 years, we then need to ammend our immigration formula to bring in only those people that are aligned with our vision, and we need to further drastically reduce the number of new citizens we accept.

Immigration

When we move away from acreages and towrds studio appartments, we begin losing our connection with the land, we become reliant on the state for our food & energy supply, and we lose our sense of self sufficiency.

Densification & Urbanization

Unions used to be about the collective bargaining power of employees to offset the power of private industry. Today, they are a rent seeking organization which is advocating for the growth of government at taxpayer expense.

Unions

I believe a central bank is neither necessary nor beneficial, and I further believe that the temptation afforded through a sovereign state bank leads to rampant inflation.

Central Banking & Sovereign State Banks

These large organizations have done more harm than good, and we must begin to extricate ourselves from them.

Supernational Organizations (UN, EU, WEF)

If I were to point to one concept that captures the Canadian dream, that would be the concept of property rights. Up until the 90's, Canada allowed a person to come to this country, buy a house, start a company, and live their life free from government intervention. That dream is rapidly vanishing.

Individual Rights & Property Rights

We currently have a Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada that has, on several occasions, weighed in on political matters, both domestic and foreign. This is highly innapropriate behavior for the Chief Justice, and it creates a precedent for other judges to, similarly, behave innapropriately.

Judicial Activism

The government has debased our currency and so Canadians are using housing as a form of inflation resistent money. Immigration, regulations, and taxation, then, is simply the fuel thrown on that fire.

Housing

Letting organizations police themselves is not working

Self Governing Bodies

I believe that in 1982, the nation tried to switch over to the American republican form of government where the judiciary limits the legislature's authority. However, the provincial legislatures were not ready to give up their power. Therefore, the nation just lied to the people and pretended it had switched over.

Parliamentary Supremacy & The Charter of Rights

My views

My views

Inflation

Inflation

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

Taxation

Taxation

Taxes should pay for defending the nation, staffing the courts and delivering the mail. For everything else, money should be left in the citizen's pockets, where it belongs.

Regulations

Regulations

Society is trying to regulate its way to perfection. However, every time we introduce a new regulation, we deprive a citizen of their ability to earn a living. What we are left with is increased levels of poverty.

Education

Education

The transfer of decision making of educational curricula from the community to the provincial government is an abdication of parental responsibility.

Health Care

Health Care

In a perfect world, the government would let the citizens keep what they earn, and the citizens would use their earnings to purchase private health insurance. But in today's world, I would honestly settle for simply abolishing the single payer model.

Pensions

Pensions

As with health care, in a perfect world, the government would let the citizens keep what they earn, and the citizens would invest their earnings in a retirement fund of their choosing. Unfortunately, today, the opposite is happening where governments which have spent recklessly resort to increasing the capital gains tax.

Immigration

Immigration

We need to clearly define what Canada's vision is going to be for the next 100 years, we then need to ammend our immigration formula to bring in only those people that are aligned with our vision, and we need to further drastically reduce the number of new citizens we accept.

Densification & Urbanization

Densification & Urbanization

When we move away from acreages and towrds studio appartments, we begin losing our connection with the land, we become reliant on the state for our food & energy supply, and we lose our sense of self sufficiency.

Unions

Unions

Unions used to be about the collective bargaining power of employees to offset the power of private industry. Today, they are a rent seeking organization which is advocating for the growth of government at taxpayer expense.

Central Banking & Sovereign State Banks

Central Banking & Sovereign State Banks

I believe a central bank is neither necessary nor beneficial, and I further believe that the temptation afforded through a sovereign state bank leads to rampant inflation.

Supernational Organizations (UN, EU, WEF)

Supernational Organizations (UN, EU, WEF)

These large organizations have done more harm than good, and we must begin to extricate ourselves from them.

Individual Rights & Property Rights

Individual Rights & Property Rights

If I were to point to one concept that captures the Canadian dream, that would be the concept of property rights. Up until the 90's, Canada allowed a person to come to this country, buy a house, start a company, and live their life free from government intervention. That dream is rapidly vanishing.

Judicial Activism

Judicial Activism

We currently have a Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada that has, on several occasions, weighed in on political matters, both domestic and foreign. This is highly innapropriate behavior for the Chief Justice, and it creates a precedent for other judges to, similarly, behave innapropriately.

Housing

Housing

The government has debased our currency and so Canadians are using housing as a form of inflation resistent money. Immigration, regulations, and taxation, then, is simply the fuel thrown on that fire.

Self Governing Bodies

Self Governing Bodies

Letting organizations police themselves is not working

Parliamentary Supremacy & The Charter of Rights

Parliamentary Supremacy & The Charter of Rights

I believe that in 1982, the nation tried to switch over to the American republican form of government where the judiciary limits the legislature's authority. However, the provincial legislatures were not ready to give up their power. Therefore, the nation just lied to the people and pretended it had switched over.

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