​Trolly’s Hot Topic – #metoo and #timesup comes to Canadian Politics

For the past few days, all I have been reading is one politician after another is resigning or apologising for sexually inappropriate behaviour in the past. It started with Patrick Brown stepping down as the Progressive Conservative of Ontario Leader after two anonymous women had alleged that he sexually harassed them when they were younger. Then it was Kent Hehr, an MPP (a federal politician), and Daisha’s Kang. Since #Metoo broke, I’m surprised the movement didn’t hit Canada faster. There’s ‘misogynist older men’ in Canada too, who make women feel uncomfortable with silly flirts and grabbing them by the waists and butts. Instead of trying to help the powerful to be more just though, we are ousting them, and we will never let them truly learn how to make the right decisions. People have to resign when the feminist mob focuses on them because if you don’t, you’re every buzzword under heaven.

That is what amazes me. People never think about how much power the mob has. When the swarm decides they must bring someone to justice, it is swift and without any mercy. Some people say while the movement is good, I.e. people are seeking legitimacy they believe another group has denied them for a long time and now they are opening up and causing a dialogue about how men have objectified them, there is the possibility of going overboard. I suggest that Andrew Coyne, the writer of this article, to realise what he is saying. Anytime a group of people seeking justice has been given power, be it the French Revolution or Soviet Revolutions; it has always created tyrants and tyranny, like Napoleon or Stalin. There is a changing of the guard happening right now, as predicted by Yuri Bezmenov.

So we have the perfect storm. We have a group of people out for justice, women – half the population, who are against men – half the people, because men have been oppressing women for centuries now. Now, women are rising against their ‘oppressors’, demanding justice for the ‘pains’ they have taken over the centuries. When I first heard the news about Patrick Brown, I was practical – make a woman the leader of the PC party in Ontario. That way you will never hear about inappropriate behaviour. And then I had another thought – isn’t that exactly Yuri was talking about, destabilise the nation through feminism and social justice, and create a crisis, the #MeToo movement, and then everything gets turned over. We are in the middle of a Marxist back ‘revolution’, and things are going to turn for the worse.

Hearing nothing but condemnation from Andrea Horwath, leader of the NDP party in Ontario, and Kathleen Wynne, while praising the anonymous women who came forward, because they were ‘so brave’ is exactly what I expect for this feminist Marxist society. Of course, Prime Minister JT had to chime in as well, praising the women and telling people to listen and believe. I am glad to hear that the Conservatives in Ontario have named Vic Fedeli as interim leader, and he plans to make this leadership permanent.  I think he will do quite fine for Ontario, using the work the PC party has already done. I can see what this is going to be in Ontario right now. This years election will be the Liberals and the NDP beating the already dead horse of Patrick Brown’s sexual indiscretions – hoping they come out on top. That reminds me of a particular meme.

Just think of it, the two female leaders are going to continually talk about the former PC leader who allegedly got two girls drunk on two different occasions, and tried to make a move on them while he was a federal MPP. Just think, how small of people they will be to talk about that one person, beating that dead horse. Which is why Vic Fedeli was a breath fresh air, he focused on ideas when CTV news interviewed him. He wants to introduced the tax cuts for middle class people, and I hope he also means tax cuts for the ‘rich’ one percent and corporations to help pay for that $14/h minimum wage Kathleen Wynne forced on the province. Yes, I am a factory worker, and while I financially benefit from the pay raise, I am angry that Kathleen Wynne would mismanage the economy to the point of starting a war between the ‘one percent’ and the ‘ninty-nine percent’. Want to hear something fascinating about the ‘one percent’ – they only take home about 1 percent of the average annual income of the business, and the workers take about 95+ percent of the income. That is at least according to my calculations when I looked at how Kathleen Wynne criticised Tim Horton franchise owners for ‘reducing’ benefits for employees.

In fact, when people were polled at CTV news, with over 1700 respondents, 64 percent of people think the PC party will do better now that Patrick Brown has resigned. I have to admit, I didn’t like him that much. I think the PC party will do much better, especially if they don’t bow down to the cult of ‘progressivism’. We need a PC leader who will also tell PM JT that he cannot impose a Carbon Tax on an already broken Ontario economy. I loved how Fedeli said that Quebec won the bid for the first Google data centre in Canada because Ontario has the highest electricity prices in Canada. So I don’t think this is going to hurt Ontario or the conservative movement at all.

It’s time to stand up for a better Ontario and better politicians. I don’t believe in an ‘old boys club’, and I laugh when I hear about stuff like that now, but I can almost predict that Kathleen Wynne will use this in the coming months, to try to save the shitty government she and Dalton McGuinty created, but to no avail. Ontario residents want a more fiscally conservative government, and we are going to have it. Sex allegations, like the ones that the two anonymous women who ‘came forward’, are weapons now – but it will not derail the voters. We need someone to fix Kathleen Wynne’s mess, and hopefully, that is Vic Fedeli.

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