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Three Questions to Ponder Before Going to the Polls

Tue, August 31, 2021   |   Author: Ron Gray   |   Volume 28    Issue 35 | Share: Gab | Facebook | Twitter   

In the middle of an unnecessary and exasperating election, the unfortunate voter is likely to be driven to near-distraction by the welter of issues—and non-issues—debated among the leaders of the big, money-driven political parties. Few will find (or make) the time or quietude to consider the much larger, unspoken issues that will, perforce, accompany each and every voter to the ballot box.

But those issues, although never discussed by Tweedledum, Tweedledee or Twiddledolt, are very much before us.

• What kind of nation do we want to leave for our children and grandchildren?

We’ve gone, in less than a century, from a democracy to an oligarchy—rule by small, powerful self-interested cliques. Yes, just like today’s ruling Liberals—one of the least ‘liberal’ parties ever to engineer its way into power. And like the ‘Liberal Lite’ O’Toole-led unconservative ‘conservatives.’ Or the ‘me too’ socialist NDP.

Justin Trudeau’s father, Pierre, famously said: “Fifty yards from Parliament Hill, MPs are nobodies.” True. They’re no longer allowed by their party élites to hold or express their own—much less their constituents’—opinions. MPs no longer represent those who voted for them; they’re trained seals who bark on command.

The Prime Minister’s Office has become an elected dictatorship; and with its control over the public purse through MPs (who will not be allowed access to the party’s electoral machinery if they cross the PM), the PM can rule by decree from the front porch of his lavish summer cottage. Parliament has become irrelevant.

• Will this nation continue, as our Founding Fathers did, to treasure the sanctity of life, of the natural married family, and of citizens’ freedom of thought, speech and expression?

Our federal government makes back-room ‘agreements’ with Big Tech and Big Pharma monopolies and with subservient provincial administrations—not to mention the hirelings of the legacy media, who are on the federal payroll—to suppress information and ideas that might conflict with the federal Cabinet’s dictates.

We are seeing the imposition of ‘vaccine’ passports without parliamentary debate, and in the face of strong contrary medical opinion. The prominent American lawyer Daniel Horowitz recently reported on 15 major studies worldwide, that all found natural immunity to COVID-19 is much stronger and longer lasting than what is provided by the mRNA ‘vaccines’ being forced on an unwilling public; and he also found that injecting those who have already developed natural immunity with the still-untested mRNA ‘vaccine’ often does serious harm to the recipients. We’re being made the guinea pigs of the safety trials that were skipped.

The blood of millions of innocent children, sacrificed on the altar of convenience, cries out to God for justice. Barring national repentance, can divine retribution be far behind? Which of the parties in the just-suspended Parliament has ever called for such repentance? None!

• Do those who will go to the polls Sept. 20th truly consider it moral, or even proper, for this generation to be bribed with money that our great-grandchildren will have to repay?

Questions of this magnitude won’t be discussed in the media, nor in many of the falsely so-called “all candidates debates” that so often exclude pro-moral parties like the CHP.

Instead, far too many voters, instead of voting for what they know in their hearts is right, will hold their noses and vote for the least-wrong party among the big-money gang.

But voters should remember two important biblical facts:

1 – It is God who raises up and puts down governments;

2 – We, as voters, have each been given authority over one vote; and some day, we will have to answer to God for how we exercised that blood-bought right.

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