The Conservative Party and Liberal Party members all voted to pass the freedom-destroying Bill C-51 legislation. The NDP, Green Party, Bloc Quebecois and others voted against it. See details of the vote here.
Other examples of this include the legislative attacks on civil liberties that took place after 9/11 when there was a Liberal government.
There is plenty of evidence that the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement, signed by the Conservative government, erodes Canadian sovereignty, in particularly because of the independent tribunals that foreign corporations can use against Canadian laws they don’t like (same with NAFTA but nobody told you about that either). It is also likely to send more jobs overseas. All of this is because the major political parties serve the interests of globalists who are building a world government and won’t act independently to serve the best interests and independence of Canadians. The media and politicians won’t tell you that during the election or at any other time. The NDP is against the TPP, but the Liberal Party appears to favor it based on this statement from Justin Trudeau.
The absurd and scandalous fact about the TPP (as with other trade agreements) is that we’re not allowed to read it. I wouldn’t be surprised if none of the candidates who support the TPP have read the SECRET text of the trade agreement. It’s just ridiculous. Are they even going to release actual text before the promised vote in Parliament?
Relating to sovereignty and trade, and security agreements also, we can also point to the Conservative and Liberal support for the SPP (attempt to unify North America which is still ongoing under other terminology) and NAFTA.
Politically Correct Social Engineering, Erosion of Free Speech (and Freedom of Religion, etc.)
Whereas Conservative Party rank and file tended to vote against the redefinition of “gender” (Bill C-279), which was also another attempt to add a category to the hate speech provision in the Criminal Code, the leadership of the Conservative Party let the legislation pass the House of Commons.
You can find the details here.
Purging of conservative candidates from a supposedly “conservative” party
I’m not surprised that the major parties don’t allow candidates to have their own opinions on important topics. One of the latest examples is Jagdish Grewal, agree or disagree. I think it’s pretty pathetic. Many people may be programmed to say automatically that “Of course candidates should stay in line. You can’t have candidates expressing unusual views.” So people have already surrendered to political correctness and gender politics and all of the globalist anti-family agenda.
There’s a corporate slave system being built. Gender roles are being disposed of along with traditional marriage. People will be much more compliant without families. It’s called Brave New World, and the “Conservative” Party is as much a part of constructing that as the other parties, whether it has to do with endless war, or attacks on civil liberties, or “trade” agreements, or G20 meetings, or new vaccines, or the financial system, etc.
Oh, brother. People have loved war so much ever since the false flag on 9/11. It’s all been torture and war (Afghanistan especially) and bombing and sending out mercenaries everywhere to create new enemies (Al Qaeda or “ISIS”). Canadian governments have allowed “rendition” torture flights to land in Canada on occasion. There has been the famous case of Maher Arar. There has been the famous case of endless mistreatment of Canadian citizen Omar Khadr. And whether guilty or innocent, we’re not supposed to be treated like these people.
A particularly disappointing example was the Libya vote in 2011 which authorized NATO to go ahead and start bombing Libya, overthrowing the government of Libya (after the usual propaganda), and unleashing the nastiest sorts of terror on Libyans, with the Canadian media propagandizing it all the way.
This article on the more recent vote authorizing air strikes against ISIS reminds us how the main opposition parties–THAT INCLUDED BOTH THE NDP AND LIBERALS–voted for the Libyan action in 2011.