From Maxime Bernier <[email protected]>
Subject What to Say if Someone Asks you: Why Support the PPC?
Date May 5, 2024 8:30 PM
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How should you answer when a skeptical friend or family member asks you:

Why support the PPC when they have no seats in Parliament?

It’s easy.

It’s because even without seats, the People’s Party has had incredible influence over Canadian politics.

Over the past five years, we have played a major role in moving the Overton window – the range of socially acceptable political views.

We have brought all sorts of taboo issues to the forefront of the political conversation.

Issues such as covid tyranny, mass immigration, climate alarmism, radical gender ideology, the war in Ukraine, and globalism.

Issues that the fake Conservatives and the Liberals don’t want to address.

Simply by existing, we undermine the false consensus imposed by the woke elites.

And that’s why the establishment media want to shut us down.

Gaining seats in Parliament is of course the ultimate goal for a political party.

But that takes time, and it’s not the only way to influence politics and achieve things.

Until it happens, it is crucial that we continue to grow and become even more influential.

We need to awaken more Canadians and force the establishment parties to address the key issues that threaten our freedom, prosperity, social cohesion, and sovereignty.

The more our support grows, the more difficult it becomes for the establishment to ignore our positions on critical issues.

John, be part of the change!

If you agree that Canada needs the People’s Party, please chip in $10 today to help us awaken more Canadians! <[link removed]>

Thank you,

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