Not To Be Ruled By Socialists and Separatists

Social Conservatives United

News & Action Alert 

December 2, 2008

As many of you know, the Liberal Party of Canada and the NDP have agreed to join in a coalition with the support of the Bloc Quebecois to bring down the current Conservative government.   While Stephen Harper has repeatedly squashed pro-life attempts to advance the rights of the unborn child on many occasions and done nothing to alleviate the persecution of conservatives and Christians by the totalitarian thugs who work for the Human Rights Commissions, the prospect of financial and social bankruptcy along with the break-up of the country is a real possibility should this coalition ever obtain power. Even now, politicians from the Western provinces who will have nominal representation in this coalition are already talking possible secession.

Whatever our political animosity towards Stephen Harper is as social conservatives, the alternative to him at this moment in our nation’s history is nothing short of cultural, financial, and national suicide.  This is a hard truth for us to accept given his unacceptable treatment of social conservatives in his Party and indeed in his own caucus.  But it is a truth we must accept and deal with nevertheless.

We simply cannot let the lunacy of the opposition parties win the day.  It’s really that simple.

Therefore, as social conservatives, there are some things that we can tangibly do to oppose this Socialist-Separatist Coalition:

First, pray like the country is falling apart…because it is.

Second, sign this petition to oppose the Coalition and demand a full and fair election. 

Third, there are a number of rallies planned this coming Saturday December 6 from 12Noon – 2PM, including one at Parliament Hill.  You can read more of the details on this site.  Please make arrangements to attend.

Four, as social conservatives we must put pressure on the more socially conservative-minded and pro-life Liberal MPs to reconsider their support for Dion’s power-grab.  There are news reports that many Liberal MPs might withdraw support from this separatist-socialist coalition, and an e-mail or letter or phone call to them might be enough to convince them to withdraw.  The first eleven names listed below represent the pro-life Liberal MPs.  The second list of 4 names are the MPs who were against the Order of Canada being awarded to Morgentaler and who supported Bill C-484, the unborn victims of crime bill.

1

Wayne Easter

Easter.W@parl.gc.ca

2

Mark Eyking  

Eyking.M@parl.gc.ca

3

Judy Foote

Foote.J@parl.gc.ca

4

Albina Guarnieri  

Guarnieri.A@parl.gc.ca

5

Jim Karygiannis 

Karygiannis.J@parl.gc.ca

6

Lawrence MacAuley  

MacAulay.L@parl.gc.ca

7

Dan McTeague  

McTeague.D@parl.gc.ca

8

Shawn Murphy

Murphy.S@parl.gc.ca

9

Paul Szabo  

Szabo.P@parl.gc.ca

10

Alan Tonks  

Tonks.A@parl.gc.ca

11

Borys Wrzesnewskyi  

Wrzesnewskyj.B@parl.gc.ca

1

Derek Lee

Lee.D@parl.gc.ca

2

John McKay

McKay.J@parl.gc.ca

3

Massimo Pacetti

Pacetti.M@parl.gc.ca

4

Bryon Wilfert

Wilfert.B@parl.gc.ca

Copy and paste into your email program “To” field:

Easter.W@parl.gc.ca, Eyking.M@parl.gc.ca, Foote.J@parl.gc.ca, Guarnieri.A@parl.gc.ca, Karygiannis.J@parl.gc.ca, MacAulay.L@parl.gc.ca, McTeague.D@parl.gc.ca, Murphy.S@parl.gc.ca, Szabo.P@parl.gc.ca, Tonks.A@parl.gc.ca, Wrzesnewskyj.B@parl.gc.ca, Lee.D@parl.gc.ca,  McKay.J@parl.gc.ca, Pacetti.M@parl.gc.ca, Wilfert.B@parl.gc.ca

Please take the time to contact them and express your views strongly.  It is important to stress to them that you believe Canada is facing a real threat to its national unity, and they have a responsibility as Members of Parliament to remain loyal to this country and to this nation’s families who rely on their good judgement.  In particular, remind them that this coalition is largely made up of godless socialists who will continue to rip apart the fabric of this nation, and continue to undermine and extinguish social conservative and family values.

We must act.  

Yours truly,

John Pacheco
Social Conservatives United 

p.s. These are high stakes not only for us, but for the socialist liberals and their clique as well.  If they fail at capturing power and there is a backlash, it might cripple them indefinitely for siding with the Bloc and give the social conservative movement within the CPC more influence.

16 thoughts on “Not To Be Ruled By Socialists and Separatists

  1. This proposed coalition will threaten the Pro-life cause more than ever….we know where the NDP and Bloc stand on these issues. It’s time to pray hard and to act.

  2. My feeling is that the the other three parties are bluffing, and are trying to force Harper to adopt their ‘let’s bail out everyone’ philosophy. They might want to look at how the infusion of 700 billion dollars into the American economy has worked. It has made things worse. The bottom line is that the government is the problem and not the solution. It needs to get out of the way and stop trying to impose itself incrementally into the private sector. Let’s also not forget that the Governor General has a legacy to think of.

    Keep up the great work John.

  3. When I try sending to the recipients eveything freezes, ostensibly because one of the addresses is ill-formed. I’ve tried several times by retyping addresses in full, with the same result. Also, you own ‘submit comment’ button leads to a Word Press spam blocker, claiming I use too many ‘spammy’ words. What does that mean?

  4. The offending addressee turns out to be Derek Lee. You must have an invisible special character in his field, which in Gmail at least (using I.E. version 8 beta) causes all sorts of trouble, and I would advise readers to type Lee.D@parl.gc.ca directly into their list.

    I’d paste my letter here, but your Word Press rejects it! Hopefully the MPs won’t.

  5. Being new to the politics in Canada, I am not sure if my assumption is correct but it seems to me that this is the first time two political parties have agreed on one thing. I doubt that they will be able to agree on anything else after they form the kind of government they are proposing. Worse yet, they will start compromising: “We will vote on your proposal if you vote on ours”. And where will the voice of the Canadian people be? Just like the Order of Canada, decisions will be done clandestinely.

    This is a time for greater concern. We must pray and fast and act as our informed conscience, guided by the Holy Spirit, dictates.

    NO, NO, NO to coalition.

  6. Thank God, literally, it was a NO today, so far… . Let’s keep praying for our country and for Stephen Harper to make wise decisions so he, as our leader of Canada, can get us out of this political mess.

  7. I fully support Stephen Harper and we gave massively across Canada the largest number of popular vote so the right party rules this country. Enough of shame and scandals from Chretien’s and Martin’s era, the same from ignatieff and Dion… No to thieves at our Parliament! We need a unite and strong Canada. There is lots to do now in the economic crisis and we need stability above all. The NDP, Liberals and BQ are a farce, what they did is shameful. If they announced starting for the vote as one party prior to the last elections, we would show them what they are together worth… much less than 1+1+1… All the best for Canada!

  8. I fully support Stephen Harper and we gave massively across Canada the largest number of popular vote so the right party rules this country. Enough of shame and scandals from Chretien’s and Martin’s era, the same from ignatieff and Dion… No to thieves at our Parliament! We need a unite and strong Canada. There is lots to do now in the economic crisis and we need stability above all. The NDP, Liberals and BQ are a farce, what they did is shameful. If they announced starting for the vote as one party prior to the last elections, we would show them what they are together worth… much less than 1+1+1… All the best for Canada!

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