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No Substitute for Victory

Wed, November 13, 2013 | Author: Jim Hnatiuk

Eleven years ago for reasons only God would know, I came to realize that the political parties governing our nation were more about themselves than about Canadians. To say my discovery was upsetting is an understatement. A new strain of seasickness enveloped this seasoned 52-year-old retired sailor because, prior to this, I would naively think, who was I to question the Ottawa elite? And then strangely, for me, more questioning and closer examination made me increasingly unsettled. So now, what to do?

My twenty-five-year career in problem solving naval combat-systems and managing personnel had me easily establish that the only possible fix for Ottawa was repair by replacement; install a new political party. Now, why would I conclude with this? The short answer is years of experience in faultfinding and problem solving.

The layers of complexities and utmost importance of a vessel’s Command and Control System’s software, while on deployment, make it imperative to replace it via an IOR should it ever become corrupt. Yes, an IOR – an Immediate Operational Requirement. Experience told us to never waste time thinking that a number of small repairs may fix something that is that intricate and at the same time so vital to the survival of the vessel and crew. Had I tried, such incompetence could have had me disciplined, if not demoted.

On the other hand, the software that controls our nation’s parliamentary system is the policies of the major parties that dictate what our elected politicians may and may not say or vote. If you doubt, ask any number of them, especially those who have been fired or disciplined for daring to speak their convictions in public when they are contrary to their party’s policies. Yes, Ottawa’s software was and is corrupt.

Not about to waste my time believing something that interwoven and at the same time so vital to the survival of our nation’s Christian heritage could be repaired, I immediately sought to join a new political party. A party whose aims were to gain political power and replace the bad policies we had in Ottawa with good policies. Issue the IOR and follow it through to completion!

As a political party, we are not in the business of pussy footing around lobbying the enemy (the other parties) to try and change their minds with hopes to establish a, so-called, foothold. I believe we either build the political power to overthrow them or our grandchildren will be living in the cesspool we leave them.

General Douglas MacArthur in his Farewell Address to Congress in 1951 said, “War's very object is victory, not prolonged indecision. In war there is no substitute for victory.”

As leader of the Christina Heritage Party with the objective of gaining political power, I would be derelict in my responsibility of not exposing anything and anyone that is knowingly, or unknowingly, obstructing progress to our success. Therefore, any entity or persons suggesting Canadians should support the Conservatives, Liberals, or other parties, in any way shape or form, are actually helping to defeat the purpose of the Christian Heritage Party. This is because, all such actions draw funding, membership, and potential candidates away from CHP Canada. It, instead, feeds the coffers of the Conservatives and other parties who quickly put a muzzle on well-intended candidates and Members of Parliament.

Closing his 52 years of service MacArthur concluded, “for history teaches with unmistakable emphasis that appeasement but begets new and bloodier war. It points to no single instance where this end has justified that means, where appeasement has led to more than a sham peace. Like blackmail, it lays the basis for new and successively greater demands until, as in blackmail, violence becomes the only other alternative.”

Some are telling me that, as lobby groups, they are simply establishing a beachhead. I can assure them that a beachhead is only ever established once a formidable and capable force is ready, equipped, and in place to invade. Attempting a beachhead with anything less is needlessly sacrificing your personnel, leading Canadians astray, draining our resources, and undermining the efforts of the one political party that will allow like-minded Canadians to actually claim victory.

I’m not saying lobby groups are not useful, they are. I am saying that a lobby group is a voice; a political party is a weapon.

For victory, self identify and choose your weapon. Once chosen, use it with all your strength to achieve your objective.

Make CHP Canada your weapon of choice, join today.

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