Revolutionary Pierre Polivre

The Conservative leader’s bold policies rival any national leader in modern Canadian or Western history.


Attempts by Canadian mainstream media pundits to portray Pierre Polivre as a simplistic and simplistic thinker are similar to past attacks the media has directed against Ronald Reagan in the United States. Margaret Thatcher In Britain, both dwarfed critics and were recognized as transformative and consequential leaders.

If there is a deficit in seriousness, it is not polyvre. Polivre is a Conservative party with an innovative platform whose success transforms Canada from a dull country in the Western world into one of her brightest.

Poilievre has one basic overarching goal of making Canada the freest nation on earth, and one of the sophisticated yet simple mechanisms to achieve it is:dismiss the gatekeeperIt prevents Canadians from achieving their ambitions.

Canada’s single payer system is competing with Cuba and North Korea for banning the private sector, and the healthcare system shows how Polivre’s reforms will play out.

According to recent information, under the current system Investigating Angus Reedmore than 60% of Canadians describe the current state of health care in their area as ‘poor’ or ‘very poor’, and 50% do not have timely access to a family doctor or do not see one at all. Shortages stem from a number of bureaucratic obstacles. multiple obstacles Gatekeepers install to deny licenses to qualified foreigners.

Poilievre, as he puts it, “60 days warranty—The accrediting agency certifies that immigrants are eligible to practice medicine in Canada on the basis of “a single proof of proficiency through a test or other skills examination that everyone must pass, regardless of where they studied.” You need to quickly decide whether

This simple, common sense approach would do more than keep many qualified foreign doctors in Canada from being forced to support themselves in less skilled professions such as: driving a taxi, not only encourage the immigration of other foreign doctors so that adequate medical care is provided to Canadians. Dismissing the primary care gatekeepers and firing specialists, nurses, and everyone who is qualified but currently excluded from the health care field would transform Medicare.

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Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville, NSW, April 30, 2019. (Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press)

Patients are no longer beggars but choosers, and doctors and the entire healthcare system are suddenly subject to competition, forcing them to cut costs while upgrading Canada’s outdated system to improve services. 2021 Federal Fund Lack of competition has not served Canada well, according to an analysis of 11 developed countries: Canada outperforms Norway, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand (countries that allow competition) as a percentage of GDP. I spend a lot of medical expenses. Near the bottom, she ranks 10th on performance criteria such as access to care and health status.

Poilievre also stops gatekeepers to exclude. Architects, Engineers, and Other Qualified Professionals and TradesmenAnd gatekeepers who censor what students can do debate on campus Or what Canadians can say and see online. and gatekeepers who micromanage and interfere in matters that should not be the job of government.

It’s a recipe for poivre small governmenthas not been achieved frankly by sweeping budget cuts that inadvertently curtail needed government services — Canada needs more courts to clear the backlog of delaying justice, potholes in the road More highway crews are needed to fix the — but surgically achieved through cuts to twisted taxes and sophisticated liberties intermediaries who substitute Canadian desires for bureaucratic desires. Excluded agenda.

Polyvre’s sophistication is also reflected in his preferred method of dealing with today’s disruptive high inflation. the government printed more money than justified by the size of Canada’s economy.Instead of lowering inflation by raising interest rates to catastrophic levels, and instead of the traditional blunt approach of burdening homeowners and businesses with high mortgage and financing costs, Poilievre end wasteful spending and emphasize growing the Canadian economy to a size that justifies the surplus funds previously printed. “Simply put, it’s about making more and cheaper goods by increasing salaries, not debt.”

How to grow the economy and the paychecks that come with it? Eliminate the gatekeepers who block urban homebuilders, rural resource developers and pipeline developers between the two. Under very restrictive laws passed in the last decade, environmentalists and social activists are empowered to block the development of entirely new resources. By dismissing the Gatekeepers, Poilievre revitalizes industries across the country. In particular, it will revitalize industries run by many native communities that have been thwarted by activists.

To enable these developments, such as the Port of Churchill in northern Manitoba, Polivre overruled the gatekeepers by pre-approving the permits needed to export oil to world markets.

“By creating regulatory certainty for investors, port and rail owner Arctic Gateway Group will secure the funding needed to restore the rail and unlock the port’s potential. can do.” Description of Poilievre in the campaign literature that led to the triumph of his landslide leadership. “The Arctic Gateway Group is owned by 29 Indigenous and 12 non-Indigenous communities, OneNorth, which owns and operates 627 miles of rail line from The Pass to Churchill and Canada’s only deepwater grain terminal. Owns .Water Arctic Harbor.

Polivre’s goal of making Canada the freest country in the world does not resonate with his critics in the media, but with lockdowns and vaccine mandates restricting freedoms so severely, truck driving in Canada has become a daunting task. Considering it has hands, it will resonate with the general public. It has come to symbolize freedom around the world. Polyvre’s approach to achieving his goals—his approach of viewing the Gatekeeper as a common evil that should be defeated as much as possible—will resonate with even more.

“Fire the gatekeeper” is as much a cry for revolution heard around the world as it is for truck drivers.

Views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of The Epoch Times.

Patricia Adams


Patricia Adams is an economist and president of the Energy Probe Research Foundation and Probe International, independent think tanks in Canada and around the world. She is the publisher of the Internet news services Three Gorges Probe and Odious Debts Online, and the author or editor of numerous books. Her books and articles have been translated into Chinese, Spanish, Bengali, Japanese and Indonesian. Her contact is her [email protected]

Lawrence Solomon


Lawrence Solomon is a columnist for the Epoch Times, former columnist for the National Post and Globe and Mail, and executive director of the Toronto-based Energy Probes and Consumer Policy Institute. is. He is the author of seven of his books, including “The Deniers”, a #1 environmental bestseller in both the United States and Canada. His contact is his [email protected]