César Fernández-Stoll

César Fernández-Stoll
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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

What does 'Conservative' mean these days, anyway?

What does 'Conservative' mean these days, anyway?

Just call it the... 'blue party', the others are the 'red party', the orange party' and let's do not dare forgetting about the 'Quebec blue party'.



This is what the Canadian turf of politics has been reduced to, because what matters is just how much we a politician or his/her friends and protegees can get form the establishment. After all, there is a large number of country people ready to diligently report by April 30th on how much more or less the government should confiscate, on top of what has been already taken away... or else of course, or else, the government powerful and ruthless, will come after us for daring to be free.

There is no 'conservative' or 'liberal', it is 'opportunity' and the people is happy because the media say so or well, if the media is happy with what it sees. This is Canada, the multicolor country of opportunities bending backwards to the wishes of our political tragic-comedy so that they at least, they, can keep laughing as long as we keep paying.
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