Less than one ( 1%) of the provinces eligible voters or the population of
Having less than 1% of eligible voters or our population, just who, do these Political Parties truly and honestly represent?
Keep in mind that their primary goal is to gain power for the party NOT the voter who elects the candidates running under a political party banner, be it NDP, Liberal or Conservative!
Because as it presently stands these power-hungry political astute members of a political party who represent less than 1% of Ontario’s population or eligible voters remain under a self-serving belief and the illusion of power that in a true and transparent democracy they would not be entitled.
Our apathy and lack of civic duty and responsibility for voting and participating in Ontario elections has allowed these various political parties to assert their personal political believes, that their political party knows what is the collective best for the majority of Ontarians when it comes to setting not only their respective political party’s agenda but one for the 99% of citizens within the entire province!
We the 99% of
society who are not members of a political party best immediately start asking
and investigating who these politically elite individuals, special interest
groups and unions are that continually seek political power for their
respective political parties at our expense and taxes. Ontario
Yet the liberal party of
has 30,000 members which represent less than 1% of the people or our eligible
voters. (.002%)! Ontario
The NDP has an unconfirmed and estimated
membership of 23,908 members yet
only 11,500 actually voted for the political leadership of the party! Ontario
The percentage of Ontarians who picked the NDP leader was less than 1% of the population and the membership of the party (.00089% and .0018%)! !
Ontario Conservative party membership consists of approximately 43,000
Ontario residents which also translates
to less than 1% of either eligible voters or ’s population figures. Ontario
When compared to the total population of Ontario, do these members of any political party honestly represent a realistic percentage of the population when in honesty they seek elected office not for the voters but rather the political power of and for their respective political party?
has 21 registered political parties, 8 reserved political party names and a
further just under 300 requests to register the name of a new political party. Ontario
and Ontario, with the one exception being British Columbia, there is no legislation under or Canadian
privacy laws covering political parties or under a provincial personal
information protection Act. Ontario
Why is their no legislative jurisdiction over political parties under Canadians or
privacy laws? Should there be? Ontario
Why are such party membership list only available to MPP’s and NOT the public, when such lists are gathered to accommodate democracy at election time so that those seeking elected office can openly solicit contributions, recruit members or votes and nothing more?
Why is it that in
the is the only province
that has legislation covering political parties under a provincial personal
information protection Act? province of British Columbia
Are political parties just a ruse and deterrent to democracy and realistically or transparently not a true asset to democracy because in reality, all they do is a self-promoting of power for the political party and not the people?
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