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In the end classically liberal limited government conservatism under the British Crown in North America is a sound purpose for a state.

Unfortunately that is not the purpose of Canada.  The purpose of Canada is; Keep the French In, Keep the Americans Out, and Keep the Indians Down.

And that is not a good basis for a state, because that is a British Imperial legacy project, which not only failed, but as with all things British Imperial, is actually tyrannical.

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30 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

Eskimo Communism is a particular brand of Canadian communism, wherein once you have pointed out that; keep the French in - keep the Americans out - keep the Indians down, is not only a failed state, but not even a good basis for a state to start off with, and is as a result dysfunctional and fundamentally corrupt.

And so we should get out

The lefties will go to the last resort of "what would happen to the Eskimos?!" as their final rubric for running a nanny socialist welfare gulag.

Basically saving the Eskimos is the only purpose to Canada now.   It's not even doing a good job of that.

You clearly don't know about the work happening on Reconciliation.  A lot of painstaking work is underway to fix problems in remote communities and on reserves.  These are complex problems.  At least we're trying to tackle them.  We didn't say to people, "Too bad, if you don't like it you can get off the reserve and be a Walmart greeter."  I have confidence that the work underway is making a difference and Canada is well placed for such work. 

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It's actually an industry now, but only to the benefit of the lawyers who run it. 

Entrenched interest of the Law Society of Upper Canada, they make out like bandits, everybody else suffers the consequences when it fails and then we have another Indian insurrection.

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1 minute ago, Dougie93 said:

It's actually an industry now, but only to the benefit of the lawyers who run it. 

Entrenched interest of the Law Society of Upper Canada, they make out like bandits, everybody else suffers the consequences when it fails and then we have another Indian insurrection.

You're dismissiveness of attempts to address injustice sounds like fascism.

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Quite the opposite, as I am advocating to detach oneself from the state as an autonomous from it free thinking individual.

Fascism is what you do, which is try to bind everyone to the state so that they and the state are indistinguishable, which is the essence of totalitarianism to include fascism.

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4 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

Quite the opposite, as I am advocating to detach oneself from the state as an autonomous from it free thinking individual.

Fascism is what you do, which is try to bind everyone to the state so that they and the state are indistinguishable, which is the essence of totalitarianism to include fascism.

No, we're trying to protect minority rights and vulnerable people.  This is important everywhere.

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That is all inclusive to fascism, the Volk, forming the Bund, bound together as a Fasces, to protect themselves from market forces upon them, in the name of their minority rights.

In this case the minority rights of the British Imperial project in North America, long ago failed and now simply a zombie.

As the crisis of the Post National State continues to play out, fascism is creeping in from the margins everywhere, first as backlash, then as backlash against the backlash.

Reactionary begets reactionary unto revachism.   This is what a failed state looks like.

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This is why those who are totalitarian about the Liberal Party of Canada and associated CBC propaganda armed fake country failed state are so sensitivity about it.

If you simply exercise your constitutional right to point out the glaringly obvious nature of it, they have to attack you, because to attack the state is to attack them.

So they rally around their Fuhrer as a Fasces against the outlanders,  usually the Reb Menace to the south.   This is what fascism looks like.

 

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3 minutes ago, Dougie93 said:

This is why those who are totalitarian about the Liberal Party of Canada and associated CBC propaganda armed fake country failed state are so sensitivity about it.

If you simply exercise your constitutional right to point out the glaringly obvious nature of it, they have to attack you, because to attack the state is to attack them.

So they rally around their Fuhrer as a Fasces against the outlanders,  usually the Reb Menace to the south.   This is what fascism looks like.

 

This just sounds like grandstanding, "Bow before me the all powerful Oz."  Power can be used for good or ill.  It's not an end in itself.  Worshiping people or countries because of their destructive power, using fear to extort favours, criticizing or undermining attempts at addressing injustice, blaming minorities, mocking smaller powers.  Yup, it's been the emerging narrative these past few years and smacks of fascism.

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No grandstanding, merely publishing a classically liberal limited government conservative view of Canadian Confederation fascism required to prop up the failed state of it.

It's not even controversial outside of Ontario and everyone feels the increasing totalitarianism rising around them in Canada naow.  

They simply are confused as to why it is happening.  Because they don't know the central narrative of their history and so have no reference point.

I am simply endeavoring to illuminate that reference point so that they can understand.

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Bear in mind, I am Upper Canadian, I was once a Guardian of Confederation too, but as the failed state of it was forced into ever more fascistic reactionary fallacy in order to try to prop itself up as a zombie for the masses, I simply could not be a Guardian of Confederation anymore, at the threshold of its encroachment of my core principles and values as a classical liberal limited government conservative.

Otherwise known as "I didn't leave the increasingly fascist Liberal Party of Canada failed state, the Liberal Party of Canada failed state left me, by choosing to go down the path of totalitarianism."

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1 hour ago, Dougie93 said:

Reconciliation is a sham, Liberal Party of Canada and associated CBC propaganda arm, Indian nanny socialist welfare gulag grievance farming, nothing more.

Yes, it is a sham. First Nations that choose to succeed - can........but we seldom hear all the good stories. The most current one is the disappointment expressed by the 20 First Nations who approved the LNG Project in BC - and now first potential further obstacles in their path to prosperity. I listened to a female band leader who was not only optimistic about their future but praised the corporate consultation process because it got the different bands talking to one another. The CBC and The Star - and certainly this Liberal Party have their own agenda for continuing the doom and gloom - and are always prepared to give oxygen to any dissenters. Here's an article that paints the path to success that many First Nations have taken.

Link: https://www.fraserinstitute.org/article/why-first-nations-succeed-in-canada

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The good story is that we are not actually bound into this regime by anything other than our own free will, we do not have to defend and uphold it, not even in the name of the British Crown in North America which Confederation is actually supplementary to, thus by peaceful democratic means we may withdraw our support for said regime, by the terms of the Clarity Act.

Then everybody would be able to control their own destinies within a stable British North America, sort of like Scandinavia, multiple kingdoms under the same Crown, to include the Indian Kingdoms.

Once you control your own destinies, then you can be healthier wealthier and wiser, freed from the yoke of the Liberal Party of Canada and associated CBC propaganda arm and its nanny socialist welfare gulag sad and failing grievance farming.

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In reality, the Federal Government is supposed to be for two broad strokes purposes, which are defence, and international relations for the purposes of trade.

Status quo under Confederation?

You are totally reliant on a foreign power for defence in every way.

You only trade north south with this foreign power by your Provinces, you barely trade with each others de facto countries at all.

Ergo; sad and failing state already, not of any particular use to you,  creating a pathological apathy, allowing the Liberal Party of Canada to run it as a fake work gulag to their own purposes, which is the funding of their campaigns by the military and prison industrial complexes, otherwise known as a Self Licking Ice Cream Cone.

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I don't think we yet have to stoop to repeatedly using the term Fascism. But I do see a major socialistic theme rising through the Humanities university streams and enabled by the "journalists" that so easily enable that slippery path. It's the "Everything is free, what's in it for me" culture that provides the platform for government dependency. We simply do not teach the failings and miseries of socialism - the Milennials didn't experience the USSR. Will they learn from Venezuela? Not if the media don't teach them. Do they understand the raw misery of East Germany when juxtaposed over the successful West Germany? Canada's second problem is more immediate - and more correctly addresses your use of that perjorative term. Some of what you say about totalitarianism is indeed embedded in the current Butts/Trudeau regime. No need to provide the background - their intolerant ideology has become clear to most who care.  

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Once you realize that it is not a magical bogey man but rather market forces, in that when Homo Sapiens Sapiens encounters an impossible situation, in our post modern expression; an Orwellian Contradiction, said Homo Sapiens Sapiens will become increasingly aggressive and begin to lash out, as the market forces of fascism, are Darwinian forces in fact, then you can discuss it reasonably in its context, without having a flame war.

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Pursuant; once you realize that posting on an internet forum is simply self publishing a not for profit book to the world wide web for all intents and purposes forever, engraving your thoughts and ideas into the digital ether, far beyond the forum which is providing you with publishing services, then you realize that you don't have to fight with others doing the same thing, as they cannot prevent you from writing your book and you don't need to try to prevent them from writing theirs, and you only appear in their book where they quote you, and they only appear in your book where you quote them, so there's nothing to actually fight about at all, because there is no terrain to be seized and held here.

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Final stage; when you realize that identifying with the state and internalizing it as indistinguishable from your self as an autonomous individual, is in fact the essence of totalitarianism, then you wont feel the need to be fascistic about it, because an attack against it is not an attack against you, and as its interests may not actually be your interests, its better to simply let it defend itself on its own logical merits, or lack there of, and then you don't have to be reactionary when people point out the particulars.

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We organize ourselves into societies to avoid the horrors of Social Darwinism, which in its rawest form means, if I can find a way to get rid of you and take your stuff, all good.  I agree that hard power is still being used to produce this end of taking stuff from those who don't have the hard power.  It should be used to protect rights and freedoms.  We thought we had moved on to bigger and better things, alliances such as NATO, or ideally, the UN.  As the last couple of years have demonstrated, not so much.  It's all about retreating behind walls of fear, arming to the teeth, distrusting the "Globalists", who it turns out are mostly just educated people. 

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Indeed, but failed states are failed, so they can no longer defend you from the vagaries of the Darwinian market forces which are otherwise unassailable evolution in action.

So what happens is that buffeting ensues as the broken structure of the failed state loses dynamic forward motion and begins to list uncontrollably in the tidal forces.

This buffeting increases inexorably until it becomes intolerable for the people being hammered around by it, and then the state comes apart at the seams, one way or the other in the end.

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Indeed, but failed states are failed, so they can no longer defend you from the vagaries of the Darwinian market forces which are otherwise unassailable evolution in action.

 

Doesn't even take that....Canada is still screwing First Nations over, even under Trudeau's "feminist agenda".  

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