Wednesday, April 01, 2009

 

Newfoundland and Labrador

I just left this comment at CBC the CURRENT on an interview that was done with Senator George Baker, and former premiers Tobin and Peckford on NL's 60 years in confederation.

http://www.cbc.ca/thecurrent/2009/200904/20090401.html

Hello

I enjoyed very much your show with Senator George Baker, former premiers Tobin and Peckford on NL's place in confederation 60 years on.

It was nice to hear an informed debate which didn't attack the messenger for delivering a message no one wants to hear. Myself included, that my country is systemically flawed and all of the national PROXY parties practise DEMOCRATIC DISCRIMINATION AGAINST MY HOME PROVINCE for partisan gain.

I ran as a NL-FIRST candidate in the last federal election because I wanted to give the people of NL a real choice from all of the national PROXY parties of the Upper/Lower canada majority tyranny, Mouseland.

No federal party can call a referendum, whether they be national in scope or nationalist.

You see it isn't the national PROXY parties we need to change it is our systemically flawed political system.

That is what the Meechlake and Charlottetown accords were about but because the systemically flawed political system works for the two principals ON/QU via their majority status of 66% of the population they don't want it to change and will never support any national party that endeavours to change it.

That is why Mr Harper nor any national political party will ever get a majority as long as he promotes a triple E senate.

Hope springs eternal in a democracy, unfortunately for NL with no equality and only per capita representation it is eternally hopeless.

The root cause of NL's woes in confederation is it's lack of equality all of the problems are only the symptoms.

EQUALITY OR EXIT!

http://nl-outsidethebox.blogspot.com/2009/03/triple-e-senate-equal-equal-equal.html
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