We the independent and small parties candidates of the Toronto/Danforth By Election wish to issue a joint statement at this time as the main stream corporate media tends to marginalize the true voice of the people in favor of the established main stream political parties.
We feel that certain issues are not being addressed by these main stream parties because they run contrary to the agenda of the corporate and banking systems that have been controlling the political agenda for some time.
We as a group feel that Canada is in dire need for reforms to its system of governance, First of which is monetary reform and a return to utilizing the Bank of Canada to regain control of the issuance of currency.
Second that a national Initiative be undertaken to reform both the parliamentary and electoral systems to ensure a more accurate and fair system of governance.
And lastly an end to the policies of globalization and integration to ensure Canadian sovereignty and self determination.
Without these issues being addressed we believe democracy in Canada may become ineffective and in danger of disappearing completely.
This is the question posed by the producer of this YouTube video.
The commentary attached to the video:
Did the Independent and minor political party candidates win Thursday night’s final Toronto-Danforth by-election debate? Although they most likely won’t win the by-election, the Independents brought forth applause and innovative ideas.
Okay, so win lose or draw the Independent and minor political parties were heard!
The March 15, 2012 debate at Don Mills United Church, was well attended and with the large number and diverse range of candidates, it was a true “Festival of Democracy”.
In the words of one candidate: