The men and women who serve with our police forces are the thin blue line standing between order and chaos in society. Active members of the People’s Party are a thin purple line standing for freedom and against authoritarian control by a corrupt elite.
It was a struggle for most PPC candidates in this past election. The average campaign only got a dozen volunteers or so, and about the same number of donors – often the same people. Since the average riding has a population of about one hundred thousand, that works out to one in every ten thousand people contributing in any way to the campaign.
This is the thin purple line.
That’s one one-hundredth of one percent of the population, a very thin line fighting for Canada to be free.
It reminds me of the state of the world in 1940, at the beginning of the Second World War. The Nazis had taken over many countries in Europe, leaving only about a half-dozen countries in the world free and fighting for freedom.
Canada was one of those countries.
We defeated the Nazis, and then the Communists, and now over 100 countries are free and democratic. We are now again fighting for our freedom, and we cannot leave the battlefield until the fight is won.
The corrupt elites are a tiny group of people, less than one in a hundred thousand. They are already afraid of us, since we are ten times bigger and growing. Soon we will be one hundred times bigger, and eventually one thousand times bigger than they are.
We need ordinary Canadians to become active in our politics, and active in solving the problems of our communities and our nation. These Canadians will be the one percent who will strengthen our thin purple line and will save our country from chaos and corruption.
The People's Party is the party around which these ordinary Canadians will organize. We are the party which upholds truth, opposes corruption, and fights for all Canadians.