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December 6, 2008

Ousting Dion to Put Ignatieff in Power

I was puzzled by the frenzy to oust Dion before the Conservative government fall. As it turns out, Ignatieff, being the deputy leader, would take the reign of Liberal party should Dion fall. It was reported that after the election, Dion was about to give the position to Rae and another high profile position would go to Ignatieff. But Ignatieff insisted to Dion that he would be able to serve the party better as a deputy leader. So Dion gave that position to him instead of Bob Rae.

Well imagined that, with Ignatieff taking the reign just before Harper fall, he would become the leader of the coalition government. Then he would gain the upper hand in the leadership race. With his people and supporters running the show, perception of unfairness in the leadership race is the last thing we have to worry about. Disgusting! If they succeed, Liberal deserve to fall so hard so that a real and meaningful party renewal could finally be able to start.

Meanwhile, the oppositions voices are silenced with the shutdown of Parliament. Harper can now use his resources to campaign for public perceptions. People need to learn to think for themselves rather than just taking the corrupted MSM report in face value. Some people would say “Perception is Reality”. I say people have to learn to think critically. Which does not mean being cynical but simply opening your eyes wider and paying more attention. Some are puzzled why polls are showing Canadians favoring Harper, who is known to have ideology opposite to values Canadians hold dear.  I credit that to PR, propaganda, whatever you want to call it. And with the support of network like CTV, it lends his speaking point legitimacy. Something a communist and dictator regime could only envy, since their press and TV network could not hide behind the mask of unbiasness.

A large credit should also go to the whispering Judas and senior Liberals (who have entitlement and elitist attitude). Their continuous back sniping helped galvanize the perception Harper wants to create about the Liberal party.

I predict if Dion is ousted and Ignatieff take the reign, there’s a chance Ignatieff would back away from the NDP-Liberal coalition. He would form coalition (formally or informally) with Harper instead. Since Ignatieff’s “Torture and world empire building is OK, and corporate tax cut trickle down economy” are more closely align with Harper’s ideology.  No doubt John Manley would feel welcome in such coalition.

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3 Comments »

  1. Excellent work feeding the hate on the coalition side. Keep up the concern trolling and Harper can write all the constitutional precedent he likes.

    Comment by Tory Paymaster — December 6, 2008 @ 6:25 pm | Reply

  2. Harper’s not really doing any unprecedented. Unprecedented in Canada perhaps but not for a third world dictatorial country. And who is spreading the hate message and dividing the country just to stay in power?

    And based on Harper’s talking point. You are supposed to answer with “Oh no they are in bed with the separatist and they are conspiring to split Canada!” say it with mock fear and so called patriotism. Well newsflash, the Conservative have letter detailing deals with the Bloc against past Liberal government and they also worked behind the scene to get the bloc’s support to keep Harper’s minority government in power.

    There you go, so either you are part of the Harper’s misinformation campaign staff or you are just a hypocrite. Or maybe both.

    Comment by cyberwanderer — December 6, 2008 @ 6:32 pm | Reply

  3. I wouldn’t take Tory Paymaster too seriously since I doubt he actually supports the coalition.

    I agree with your assessment of Ignatieff. But I guess enough people like his right wing credentials since they feel that that is the best way to defeat Harper in an election well down the road. In the meantime, Canadian lives will suffer and institutions will be destroyed and Ignatieff will offer little to reverse all the damage.

    Comment by Beijing York — December 6, 2008 @ 9:04 pm | Reply


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