Trolly’s Take on Jagmeet Singh and the NDP

Yesterday, before my fiancée and I went to a local hockey game, we watched some of the New Democratic Party’s policy convention, and my mouth dropped. I couldn’t believe how far left his policies were. I think in Jagmeet Singh’s world, everything has to be free and everything has to be public. He wanted to make the Internet Public, open for everybody, and sufficient – whatever that means in his eyes. He wants all health care public, he wants everything public, and he is against private property, privatisation in his words. What ‘excellent’ candidate for the person who wants to be our prime minister here in Canada.

So many people think that Canada is a socialist country, but we have private healthcare companies, like Manulife. Worldwide, they employ 97,000 people, and if Jagmeet Singh got his way, all the Canadian employees would be out of work because the government would pay for your dental and glasses because that would help fight income inequality. Yup, 10s of thousands of people would lose their livelihood, but that would help everybody! Hey Jagmeet, I don’t want to pay my rent either, and that would help millions of Canadians, your platform should also include not paying rent, LOL! Oh, yeah, my fiancée is asking for free groceries as well, but menstrual products will be just fine, LOL! Yeah, he wants to make menstrual products free of charge.

We also request for a public housekeeper, because that is not slavery!

I really couldn’t believe what he is promising. Public Internet – good speeds for everybody in rural areas. Okay, I will deal with this one directly. The way to ensure everybody gets the best possible Internet speed is to have private property, not public property. Here is the fundamental reason why. In the 90s and on, we had the console wars. Nintendo, Xbox, and the PlayStation. Each kept on working hard to out-compete the others in their particular ways, and each successive generation of machine, they only got better and better. That is how capitalism works. To make the Internet public, you end all research and development, because one central body controls everything, and it decides what everybody gets. I want to know how Jagmeet would handle someone like me, criticising his ideas, if the government controlled the Internet. I don’t want to know what he would do.

This is why Socialism, which is what Jaggy is proposing, will never work. I don’t trust the government to do the right thing, ever. He’s saying, trust me, and I will take care of you. Oh, and I will control how the Internet works. We will not continue to research and develop better technologies either, because we will define what gets done, because we’re the government, trust us. We know what is best for everybody. Fairness for all, right!

With every promise, I wonder how much this is going to cost the taxpayer. He’s even talking about free tuition! Doesn’t he know that if you make tuition free than you drive down the quality of education? They tried it in the UK once upon a time, and it drove attendance to post-secondary institutions down. It’s time to start taking these people who want free stuff down. I work my ass off 35+ hours a week at my factory, to the point my arm hurts like hell, and I don’t want 70% of my wages going to Jaggy’s promises, snowflakes demand everything for free. I will not be bullied by these spoiled brats anymore. NO! You cannot have all these free stuff. Get a job, work hard, and stop stealing from me.

The NDP is going way to the left. I couldn’t believe my ears. I work hard for my money, and no greedy millennial gets to steal my hard work for ‘free stuff’. It’s time to realise things need to change in Canada, and the more the left goes to the left, the more we have to learn Captain America’s challenge. We need to stand like a tree with deep roots, near the river of truth and say, no, you move. If we keep on telling them no, they will learn that no means no, and they will mature and grow the fuck up – knowing that they will not always get their way. And we need politicians who tell them no, that is too expensive, that would ruin our economy, and then everybody would suffer. But Jaggy is not our guy. We need a politician who will tell these people no.

Of course, he continued down the leftist talking points and buzzwords. The Colton Boushie case is racism, never mind Boushie was doing illegal things, and Gerald Stanley wanted to protect his property. You know, what Jaggy hates, he wants everything public, so there is no need for Stanley to defend what is his. It was racist from the very beginning. How the cops handled the case, how the jury was all white, and all the usual leftist talking points, that drive division between different groups to create a sense of ‘oppression’. And of course, #MeToo came up too. We must have our destabilised country that will welcome all the free stuff that socialism has to offer, including huge debts that our children will never be able to pay off.

Well, Jaggy, I’m Trolly McPatriarchy, and I challenge you to bring it.

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