Vote Together A Strategic Plan To Defeat Harper

Vote Together to defeat the Harper infestation
Vote Together

Let’s vote together to end 10 years of Harper rule

Leadnow’s Vote Together campaign connects the millions of people who want change on October 19th with the information and tools they need to defeat the Harper Conservatives.

In 2011, a majority of people voted for a change in government, but our broken voting system gave the Harper Conservatives 100% of the power with just 39% of the vote. This time, if we vote together, we can stop the riding-by-riding vote splitting that lets Harper win.

Over 55,000 people have already pledged to select and support the best local candidates to defeat the Harper Conservatives and move Canada forward.

We’re focused on the Conservative swing ridings where a few thousand votes could be all that decides whether or not Harper is Prime Minister again. No matter where you live, we’ll give you the tools you need to make a difference on October 19.

You can find more information at votetogether.ca.


Stephen Harper Election 2015 The Final Conflict

Stephen Harper the Anti-ChristDamien (Stephen Harper), the anti-Christ, son of Satan now in his fifties, has progressed through several political right wing parties, the Reform party, the Alliance party and the Conservative party. However the Dark One’s only ambition is the control the world. In his quest for world domination Damien  orders the systematic elimination of recently born boys, who he believes are the Second Coming of Christ. Will evil triumph?


Stephen Harper Praises Keith Ashfield During Fredericton Visit

Stephen Harper and Keith Ashfield
Harper congratulates MP Keith Ashfield

By André Faust
Stephen Harper made an unannounced surprise campaign visit at the Fredericton Inn. Mainstream media were only notified hours before his visit to the capital city of Fredericton.

According to the polls the popularity of Harper and his party is slipping, his efforts in Fredericton is to solidify hard-core party supporters to vote for local MLA Keith Ashfield.

The word on the street is that only conservative supporters will be able to attend, his army of security personal will eject anyone who is not in the invite list.

Currently the Reform Conservative party hold eight of 10 seats, a loss of just one seat potentially could mean the end of Harper’s strong-arm control of Canada.


Stephen Harper: Tendency Towards Fascism

Stephen Harper Characteristics-of-Fascism
Stephen Harper autocrat

By Nick Fillmore

The stepped-up authoritarian, anti-democratic manner in which Stephen Harper has conducted himself since obtaining his Parliamentary majority nine months ago raises serious concerns about how far right he is planning to push the country in his effort to forever change the face of Canada.

Harper hates many things about Canada – most of all the moderate liberalism that a majority of people have preferred over the years. He has adopted a ‘take-no-prisoners’ attitude, rushing ahead with destructive plans never before discussed in public, as well as doubling cuts to government compared to what he said before the election.

Elected with the support of only 25 per cent of eligible voters, Harper nevertheless is running roughshod over the wishes and interests of the majority 75 per cent of Canadians.

So, just how extreme is Harper’s behaviour?

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What Kind Of Guy Is Stephen Harper?

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Narcissism vs Sociopath vs Psychopath

  1. narcissist Has a grandiose sense of self-importance (e.g., exaggerates achievements and talents, expects to be recognized as superior without commensurate achievements).
  2. narcissist Is preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty, or ideal love.
  3. narcissist Believes that he or she is “special” and unique and can only be understood by, or should associate with, other special or high-status people (or institutions)
  4. narcissist Requires excessive admiration.
  5. narcissist Has a very strong sense of entitlement, e.g., unreasonable expectations of especially favorable treatment or automatic compliance with his or her expectations Is exploitative of others, e.g., takes advantage of others to achieve his or her own ends.
  6. narcissist Lacks empathy, e.g., is unwilling to recognize or identify with the feelings and needs of others.
  7. narcissist Is often envious of others or believes that others are envious of him or her.
  8. narcissist Regularly shows arrogant, haughty behaviors or attitudes.
  1. Sociopaths are very charming.
  2. Sociopaths can be extremely manipulative and will try to con you whenever possible.
  3. Sociopaths feel that they are entitled to everything.
  4. Sociopaths will lie continuously to get what they want. They can even sometimes manipulate a lie detector.
  5. Sociopaths have no remorse, shame or guilt.
  6. Sociopaths will show love and happiness only when it serves their purpose. None of the feelings are genuine.
  7. Sociopaths have no room for love in their life.
  8. Sociopaths need to have excitement in their lives or live on the edge.
  9. Sociopaths have lack of empathy when their victims suffer pain that they have caused.
  10. Sociopaths believe that they are all mightier than thou, there is no concern on how their behaviour impacts others.
  11. Sociopaths usually have a long history of juvenile delinquency as well as behaviour problems.
  12. Sociopaths will never take blame for anything they have done to anyone no matter if it is family or friend.
  13. Sociopaths have many sexual partners and tend to act out many sexual acts.
  14. Sociopaths rarely stay in one place for a long time (home/work).
  15. Sociopaths will change themselves if they know it will keep them from being found out.
  1. Psychopaths use superficial charm to lure their victims.
  2. Psychopaths are extremely self-centred.
  3. Psychopaths must always do something to keep themselves from boredom.
  4. Psychopaths are very deceptive and tend to lie continuously.
  5. Psychopaths show no remorse of guilt towards their victims.
  6. Psychopaths are very predatory and usually will live off other people.
  7. Psychopaths have many sexual partners in their lifetime.
  8. Psychopaths are very impulsive with their lifestyle.
  9. Psychopaths are always blaming other people for their actions.
  10. Psychopaths never have a realistic view of their lives. (king of the world or from another planet)
  11. Psychopaths always want psychological gratification in sexual and criminal activities.
  12. Psychopaths tend to try suicide, rarely succeeding.”