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Who would support the creation of a new political party in Canada? We'll call it the AntiDebt Party of Canada. If elected will open up the Canadian constitution, and implement financing reform. No future government will be able to borrow money unless there is a recession, national emergency, or war. Our goal is to have Canada pay off it's entire national debt by the end of this Century. Will require the government to run a 10 to 15 billion surplus every year, as long as we're not in a recession, national emergency, or war.

We will end overspending in health care, and not blow $100 000 on 95 year old Cancer patients.

We will promote education outside the classroom, and have private businesses and corporations provide co-op programs for high school students. We might even consider making high school 5 years, and requiring all students to work for a year, instead of having grade 11.

Well eliminate Algebra and Calculus, and students will be required to learn fiscal mathematics. They will have to learn about Public Financing, International Trade, Economic Theory, The Dangers of Communism, Budgeting, and Personal Financing.

 

Highschool Students will have to do manual labor twice a month, to develop a good work ethic.

No public funding will go to Feminism, or Gender Studies in the universities. Will force universities to provide a legal disclaimer, stating that these programs are unlikely to provide jobs.

Will spend more on the homeless, but instead of giving them safe injection sites, will provide a mechanism to get them back to work. 

We believe that we got to get the homeless people working, so we can expand the tax base.

We might subsidize businesses who hire a homeless person, in the hope that once they get back on the feet, they will become a taxpayer for life. We might subsides the first 6 weeks of work, so businesses will give marginalized people an opportunity to turn their lives around.

We will reducing the number of immigrants coming into Canada, and try and get them to move to the places that need them. We don't want them in the overcrowed cities.

 

Canada spends way too much money on health care. Some people with a broken finger will cost taxpayers thousands of dollars, just for finger physiotherapy. I've seen people see a doctor, just to see a doctor, and they will see a doctor 15 or 20 times per year. This has got to end.

Hospitals should be there for emergencies, and we should have our public tax dollars wasted on non-essential physiotherapy. We shouldn't be spending $200 000 to keep people over 85 alive.... 

Let them reverse mortgage their house. Why should future generations be mortgaged, so retirees can go to Florida, instead of paying their own medical bills? It's call personal responsibility. People should eat well, and exercise... and if your in a car accident, the doctors should be there, but not to socialize with people who have nothing better to do.

We should force people in competitive sports, to pay for additional health insurance. Why should taxpayers pay the ER bill of a snowboarder in Whistler who breaks their leg on a half pipe? Make people who engage in risky activity pay for more insurance.

 

I want some more ideas, I want to brainstorm a new party.

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No point, the Eastern Elite consensus rules by asymmetrical dictatorship, Toronto - Quebec Axis, doesn't matter how you vote, you can't vote them out.

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Furthermore, understand that federal government debt is not the problem in Canader right now, it's only 34% GDP.

The debt problem in Canada is personal debt.

The Eastern Elite Consensus is driving the price of everything up with their hare brained centrally planned schemes.

This is inciting a cost of living crisis wherein 50% of Canadians are on the brink of bankruptcy, because they have to borrow so much to maintain their lifestyles.

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When the Canadian personal debt bubble pops, that will bring the provinces down, that will force the feds to bail them out, then you will have a federal debt crisis.

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8 hours ago, Dougie93 said:

When the Canadian personal debt bubble pops, that will bring the provinces down, that will force the feds to bail them out, then you will have a federal debt crisis.

This all comes down to education. I've visited Latin American countries, and you be surprised how self sufficient they are. You see 12 year old kids jumping on city buses, trying to sell their homemade fruit salads. You see repair shops on every corner.

What we have in Canada is a spoiled youth that spends way too much time in the class room. We need to teach young people a work ethic starting around 10 years old. 

If teenagers think working part time is for buying fancy clothes and weed, they don't have a clue. We need to teach people that having savings is freedom, and that capitalism is the best way to keep society organized. We need to teach grassroots capitalism at an early age.

If people can live on $15 a day, so can the virtually any Canada. These people know how to be fiscal conservatives.

So i'll be passing the platform around the internet. I think the PPC had some good ideas, but their platform was incomplete.

We need total redesign of the system, and we need to redefine what it means to be progressive, because teaching students that it's good to become transgender isn't taking mankind forward.

I do believe in compassionate conservationism, but I don't believe in handouts.

I think we should help homeless, by giving them some comfort, when they look for work.

I believe in shoulder-to-shoulder capitalism, or what i'd like to call patriotic capitalism.

 

I don't like winner takes all capitalism, or unjust income inequality.

Maybe CEO's should be paid $500 000 a year, and not $25 million.

Maybe every employee should get a share of their companies profits, instead of having the government tax these companies and redistributing wealth to the public.

When socialist cheer for 70% taxes, they are just cheering for their jobs to be taken away, so some lazy person can collect welfare.

Why shouldn't some of this money be given back to the employees?

 

I don't want to run the AntiDebt party, I just want to pass the idea around, hoping someone will get it going. I thought of some other names... Maybe will call it the the Fiscal-Reform Party of Canada.

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Latin American fiscal conservatives, that's a laugh, not many of those, and most of them are in Chile.

Bunch of commies in Latin America that are all for high taxes and government spending. They might be so poor and not be able to spend that much as a result, but they certainly do not support fiscally conservative governments, and if they had the money, they'd spend it, they just don't have it. Yet they still demand the government take a lot of the little they do have in the name helping the poor, while actually keeping them trapped in poverty with their socialist nonsense.

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2 hours ago, Yzermandius19 said:

Bunch of commies in Latin America that are all for high taxes and government spending.

They have socialistic governments, but the people know how to budget themselves. If only the average Canada could learn how to budget the way the average person in Peru does.

There's no reason for 90% of Canadians to be in consumer debt, other then the fact that they don't know how to budget. You see university students spending $70 at bars every weekend. Do you know what someone in Peru would be doing? They'd being tending the chickens in their backyard and selling homemade eggs to local businesses.

You take the average person from Peru and have them work minimum wage in Canada, in 10 years they will join the middle class.

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29 minutes ago, PPC2019 said:

They have socialistic governments, but the people know how to budget themselves. If only the average Canada could learn how to budget the way the average person in Peru does.

There's no reason for 90% of Canadians to be in consumer debt, other then the fact that they don't know how to budget. You see university students spending $70 at bars every weekend. Do you know what someone in Peru would be doing? They'd being tending the chickens in their backyard and selling homemade eggs to local businesses.

You take the average person from Peru and have them work minimum wage in Canada, in 10 years they will join the middle class.

Being frugal with your own money can pay off in the long run, if you don't take it too far. But if you spend like a drunken sailor with other people's money and they do the same, it's a lot harder to get ahead.

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24 minutes ago, Yzermandius19 said:

Being frugal with your own money can pay off in the long run, but if you spend like a drunken sailor with other people's money and they do the same, it's a lot harder to get ahead.

Well that's the mentality we need in all levels of the Canadian government. Canada should embraced moderate austerity, at least for the next 10 years. It's time for us to pay off some debt. We should view austerity as a form patriotism. Why can't we commit ourselves to paying off 100 billion in debt over the next 10 years? We need a mindset, that every tax dollar is sacred.

Give me your ideas, because I'll go around the internet and will petition for a new fiscal-reform party to be created in Canada. A balanced-budget is just treading water, We want surpluses to be the new normal.

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3 minutes ago, PPC2019 said:

Well that's the mentality we need in all levels of the Canadian government. Canada should embraced moderate austerity, at least for the next 10 years. It's time for us to pay off some debt. We should view austerity as a form patriotism. Why can't we commit ourselves to paying off 100 billion in debt over the next 10 years? We need a mindset, that every tax dollar is sacred.

We need a mindset that most government spending is waste, so enough of the high taxes to pay for never ending government handouts to everyone with a sob story. Without the government to bail everyone out if they just whine enough about their problems, perhaps they'll learn more from their mistakes and start spending more responsibly. National Helicopter Mommy is infantilzing those it tries to help, that's the problem.

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