The People’s Party is a party of personal responsibility and public service. These two values are the foundation of modern civilization.
Our civilization is on the verge of collapse – even though most people are unaware of it – because the elites in our society have been undermining these important foundations by promoting passive receptiveness, selfishness, and greed.
This has not been caused exclusively by socialist influences. Conservatives have also been guilty of promoting materialistic self-interest to such an extreme that it harms our society and our civilization.
The People’s Party is not exclusively a party of the right, and certainly not – as often suggested by the corrupt and biased media – of the far-right. Our party seeks to provide better services to Canadians in need. But we know this can only happen in a society where people take responsibility for themselves, as well as for others.
A country can only have effective welfare programs when most people refuse to take welfare. By encouraging passive receptiveness, the elites are making our welfare systems less sustainable and moving us further away from the compassionate society that they claim is their goal.
Only when people have a strong sense of personal responsibility, will they prefer to work rather than take handouts. This creates a virtuous circle of consequences.
Fewer people on welfare, means welfare services can be more generous and take better care of people who are truly in need. It also results in lower taxes, so those who work can keep more of what they earn. Life becomes easier for both those on welfare and those who work.
The elites have been promoting a culture of blame, victimhood, and division. They divide our society into groups based on gender, race, national origin, religion, language, and culture. They then tell people they must not take responsibility for any social problem; they must blame others.
The People’s Party is working to unite Canadians by returning to the fundamental principal of treating all people equally. We are working to build personal responsibility and public service – to create a more stable, more prosperous, more generous, and more compassionate society.
As a party we can actively promote the values of personal responsibility and public service. We can become involved in direct public service: working with our youth, our elderly, our homeless, our veterans, and our First Nations communities.
We can act as both a service organization and a political party – serving the Canadian people and solving problems even before we have power politically. This can also be an effective way to build awareness and support while strengthening our team so that we are ready for the next election.