Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Liberal Party Election Strategy to be Classic Fear and Smear Campaign

The federal liberals will soon be toppled over revelations of government corruption. The party that made money laundering and patronage an art form in national politics will soon have to face the Canadian voter, possibly as early as next month. With nothing positive to offer the country after 12 years of managing the most corrupt federal government in the history of the nation, their campaign tactic is clear. The liberals will use the classic fear and smear campaign to scare voters away from the opposition.

Alexander Panetta of the Canadian Press is reporting, “Liberals will revive the national-unity debate as a campaign theme and paint their opponents as twin partners in the dismantling of Canada.”

The goal for the liberals this election will be to portray the conservative and separatists as Siamese twins, joined at the hip and determined to destroy the country. The Canadian Press article offers no link between the two parties, nor does it explain how either party has similar philosophy on issues. Yet, the story details how top liberal strategists will engage in another fear campaign to scare voters away from Conservatives.

One senior liberal warned that a liberal defeat would propel Quebec toward independence. This is a likely scenario given the depth of liberal corruption and the extent to which democracy was subverted by the liberals in that province. Liberals engaged in election financing fraud that went all the way up to the Prime Minister and involved hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars. The damage done to national unity by this liberal government may be irreversible.

In spite of this, the liberal campaign tactic will be to scare the hell out of Canadians by telling them that a vote for the Conservative Party will result in the break up of Canada. If this liberal campaign strategy sounds familiar, it is because they used it to first get elected in the early 90s. They have used similar campaigns of fear in every election, including last year’s election where they accused Conservatives of having a secret agenda.

When it came to propaganda, nobody knew better than Adolf Hitler. It was he who made famous the phrase, “If you are going to lie, make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it and eventually they will believe it.”

The notion that conservatives want to destroy Canada is a big liberal lie, but the question is will Canadians believe it?

3 Comments:

At 7:41 p.m., Blogger Bill said...

Yes - the BIG LIE has worked time and again throughout history. Almost worked for Kerry in 04 but Americans saw thru it.

"Liberals engaged in election financing fraud that went all the way up to the Prime Minister and involved hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars. The damage done to national unity by this liberal government may be irreversible."

If Canada breaks up it will have been the Liberals fault. Period. Quebecers are so outraged that the Grits may not win a single seat in la belle province. Hopefully Quebecers will see fit to elect a few Tories.

The big lie won't work for the Grits in Quebec. Hopefully it won't work in Ontario either.

 
At 11:17 p.m., Blogger darcey said...

if it works again I guess there is something called brain freeze

 
At 5:15 p.m., Anonymous Dave said...

If the Liberals win the next election (even a minority) Canada will have more than Quebec Separation to worry about. The West will not tolerate the insult to justice and you can bet that Western separation will emerge big time overnight. The breakup of Canada will be not the fault of the corruption in the Liberal Party but will be the fault of Ontario Monkeys, that "See No Evil", refusing to punish the quilty party.

 

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