Scheer Evil: Tory Loyalist Criticizes The Conservative Party’s Hidden Agenda
My fellow Canadians, you may have heard a phrase which asserts that those of us who refuse to learn the lessons of history are condemned to repeat it.
So let’s not worsen the damage that our country has sustained with the even greater wrecking ball which Andrew Scheer’s so-called Conservative Party represents.
The worst-kept secret of Andrew Scheer’s Conservative Party in this federal election is its hidden agenda: a plot to continue the work of the former Stephen Harper government through “change agents.”
This demonic tactic was used by the former Stephen Harper government to inject operatives, who would intentionally sabotage the workings of public service in a manner designed to create public outcry.
Having succeeded in this mission, Harper’s Archontic “political apparatchiks” would then seek to present the idea of privatization to the Canadian public in order to enable the sale of government assets to right-wing interests that helped to finance or otherwise support the election of the Conservative Party.
There is nothing new about this hidden agenda of Andrew Scheer’s entourage.Wiki characterizes this ploy as the “Problem Reaction Solution” (Latin: ordo ab chao), referring to it as a “mass mind control system. It is used to make changes to the law that the citizens would not accept otherwise.”
The practitioners of this strategy are not Conservatives at all in the Canadian sense, or in any sense, for that matter. Rather, this is an approach used by the far-right Neo-Fascists that parachuted themselves from Preston Manning’s former Reform Party into the then Progressive Conservative party and ever since have sought to conceal their globalist Nazi aspirations with the adoption of the Conservative label.
The hidden agenda of Andrew Scheer’s Neo-Fascists includes the following six reported approaches designed to destroy the vitality of our public service in support of all Canadians.
First, Scheer intends to hire “fifth columns” as directors and senior managers across the public services. In a position of power, these individuals would instruct employees to “let things go” at all levels.
Secondly, he aims to target public servants who ignore these directives and work passionately at their jobs through gas lighting.
Gas lighting is a form of psychological manipulation in which a person seeks to sow seeds of doubt in a targeted individual or in members of a targeted group, making them question their own memory, perception, and sanity. Using persistent denial, misdirection, contradiction, and lying, gas lighting involves attempts to destabilize the victim and delegitimize the victim’s beliefs.
I can tell you that this is 100 percent true because I personally witnessed these change agents cajole, demoralize, and harass my father until he literally became crazy. As a result of this gas lighting he is now a shadow of the man he once was.
The third part of Andrew Scheer’s Neo-Fascist playbook designed to continue Stephen Harper’s unfinished work is to then intentionally hire easily controllable and incompetent people in government to manipulate the Canadian public to further demand privatization; the Neo-Fascists, aka the Conservatives, would then offer it as “the solution.”
This is not to say that Justin Trudeau has not adopted some of these strategies in certain areas of government, like parts of our public healthcare system, or in dealing with responsibilities with First Nations.However, the present impact of change agents under the current Trudeau government would most definitely worsen exponentially under the backroom demonic puppet-masters orchestrating Andrew Scheer’s campaign.
The fourth strategy Sheer will adopt, which was employed by the Harper government, is to further psychologically terrorize government employees by letting them know they are being watched by a network of informants to ensure that they carry out their orders to “let things go.” When public servants cannot be easily fired for ignoring these orders, they will be subjected to malicious gas lighting tactics designed to induce mental illness and an inability to work, or to drive them to seek early retirement or buyout, to use public service jargon.
The fifth strategy which supporters of an Andrew Scheer government would seek in fulfillment of ex-prime minister Stephen Harper’s stratagem is to further break down the integrity of our public service through a strategy of “divide, rule or conquer.” In this strategy, so-called change agents are used to mischievously instigate quarrels and rifts in the office to create an environment that is as psychologically oppressive as possible, with the goal of bringing work to a halt.
The sixth strategy is to intentionally move personnel into new jobs without any training, and then for managerial change agents to psychologically terrorize the moved employees to achieve impossible job performance targets. When these targets are not achieved, the Conservative Party change agents would be instructed to humiliate the moved employees in front of their peers and then write humiliating performance appraisals.
Again, the goal of this strategy is to demoralize competent employees so that they lose their mind and voluntarily leave government. Many tens of thousands of extremely professional and experienced public servants have departed government as a result of such tactics.
Conservative Party tactics also exploit racism and sexism. The Conservative Party playbook seems to target both visible minorities and women as the most vulnerable to a system of change agent tactics. Conservative Party change agents would seek to exploit racial and other prejudices harboured in the workplace to further employ tactics of psychological terrorism and warfare against the vitality of our Canadian public service in support of vital social and other services that we, as Canadians, rely on in our everyday lives.
The system of informants used to observe and enforce these six strategies of the so-called change agents is right out of the old playbook of Communist East Germany and other former Soviet Eastern Bloc countries which created an environment of widespread fear that one’s neighbours or even one’s own spouse could be a government informant.
Indeed, it is hardly surprising that Stephen Harper and his clique would be architects of such a ploy, which manifests from his alleged support of the Nazi-inspired ideology of Leo Strauss.
As a Canadian Tory, I implore all Canadians to vote “Anything But Scheer” if you value a strong public service composed of competent people who take pride in the work they do for Canadians and who value your trust as a Canadian taxpayer.
Make no mistake — Andrew Scheer and the background entourage which now seeks to re-seize control of Canada to finish the work of Stephen Harper are in no way the real Canadian Conservatives who, as Tories, sought to advocate for many of the values that we now identify as Canadian.
We Canadian Tories had originally sought to champion our Confederation in 1867 under the election of Prime Minister Sir John A. Macdonald that was based upon values which viewed a strong federal government as vital to our national interests. We can thank our commitment to a strong federal government for the blossoming of our modern bilingual and multicultural Canada.
Through the hidden agenda of change agents, today’s so-called Conservative Party under leader Andrew Scheer seeks to destroy Canada and allow its public assets to be consumed by billionaire foreign nationals in the United States, China, Europe and elsewhere. If you value a strong Canada, improvements to public healthcare and the protection of our environment in support of the health of voters and their families, then the only way to go in this federal election is “Anything But Scheer.” Let’s turn away from the impostor Conservative Party, which presents no change in the direction which values a strong public service that works hard for all Canadians.
Andrew Scheer makes no apologies for his close ideological association with Stephen Harper, who is an official founder of an extreme right-wing group that championed the former racist pro-Apartheid South African government which kept Nelson Mandela in prison for decades.
This group, The Northern Foundation, was revealed by Project Democracy in 2013.
In light of this history, it is no wonder that Andrew Scheer made such a relatively lack lustre challenge to Justin Trudeau’s “blackface” and “brownface” revelations as compared to NDP Jagmeet Singh and other Canadian political voices.
Racism is one apparent pillar of The Northern Foundation. The other apparent pillar is the very breakdown and break-up of government through insidious “fifth columns.”
The Reform Party had been an apparent political incarnation of The Northern Foundation. Later, the Reform Party essentially took over the Conservative Party.
As Project Democracy documents:
“The Northern Foundation was established in 1989, originally as a pro-South Africa [and an aggressive champion of Apartheid] group. It lists among the founding members both William Gairdner and Stephen Harper. The Northern Foundation was the creation of a number of generally extreme right-wing conservatives, including Anne Hartmann (a director of REAL Women), Geoffrey Was teneys (a long-standing member of the Alliance for the Preservation of English in Canada), George Potter (also a member of the Alliance), author Peter Brimelow, Link Byfield (son of Ted By field and publisher/president of Alberta Report), and Stephen Harper. [Harper] was then considered to be from the ‘extreme right-wing.'”
A vote for Andrew Scheer’s Conservative Party is therefore a vote not for Conservatism as it existed through statesmen like Sir John A. Macdonald, John Diefenbaker, Robert Stanfield and former Ontario premier Bill Davis, but instead a vote for a neo-fascist entity which seeks to destroy our entire system of public and social services on behalf of an oppressive private corporate mafia. Scheer’s essential fascist agenda is apparent in the extreme centralized control his party exerts over his own candidates, which is a mockery of democracy.
A Scheer government promises not only to expedite the entire breakdown of our system of public and social services through change agents, but to then breakup all our public and other national assets and distribute them in to the hands of major private campaign contributors who are affiliated with large transnational interests. In this idealized form of government, our House of Commons would be essentially replaced by government under the direction of a “politburo” similar to the Chinese Communist one-party state and heads of corporations, and who are all members of the one-party state under Andrew Scheer and his cronies of a political-military-industrial complex.