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    On April 19, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. at Tolpuddle I will be seeking the nomination as the NDP candidate for London North Centre in the 2015 Federal Election. This is the second time I am engaged politically with the New Democratic Party in London North Centre. The first time, I ran as the NDP Candidate in 2011. It was a humbling experience from which I learned much. With a 24.67% vote for me in May 2, 2011, our result in that National Election was the best for the NDP in the Riding’s history since it’s creation in 1996. It was a wonderful demonstration of what enthusiasm, hard work and commitment can accomplish. I have spent these years after that Election working hard with the different communities and stakeholders who make up our diverse and unique London North Centre geography. Until recently I was a member of the Boards of the London Public Library and Museum London. I am also a member of the Central Council of the London and Middlesex Local Immigration Partnership. In the past I have been a member in the Boards of other organizations in the City. You can see my past activities in detail by talking a quick look at the Bio in my web page: www.germangutierrezsanin.ca At the same time, I have continued my work as a professor at Fanshawe College, where I have the invaluable and unique opportunity of interacting with our younger generations from multiple ethnic and cultural backgrounds. I love, admire and respect the people of London and their demonstrated hard work and resilience and I have the keen certainty that we are the architects of our own collective destiny. The time has come for us to take the next step forward. Together with your tremendous support, we will not only repeat the highest performance of the NDP in London North Centre, but we will give this Riding and our City another seat in the House of Commons!
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    MY PUBLIC BALLOT IN 2015 WILL BE TO CALL FOR A NATIONAL CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY Even before the Harperist Regime aired its Speech from the Throne last night, I had rejected it. I knew it was just a small symbolic gesture on my part. I knew it was a futile action. Of course, I alone could never dream of changing anything in this nation with my sole individual position in this matter. But I hope this personal stance DOES give many a renewed and strengthened sense of our Constitutional right to intervene -in the company of millions of our peers- in the shaping of a better Canada for us all. With the help of a damaged democratic system, Stephen Harper has been able to unilaterally, and without consultation, change our Nation for many years to come. He has made it weaker and more prone to social injustice. He has made us the victims of his lack of transparency and absolute lack of accountability. He has created the conditions to entrench a Republican regime using the guise of the progressive conservative party which he took by assault. He quickly made himself strong to the point of majority while the parties in opposition -instead of rising valiantly to the challenge of saving Canada from the insulting and abusive manipulation of the Harperist Tories- became so full of their own partisan intolerance that they neglected the possibility of a coalition in defense of Canadians. The word Coalition was excommunicated by Harper from the very beginning of his race to entrench himself in power, because he knows it is the only thing that can get in his way as he seeks to perpetuate his regime. Harper knows that the party in official opposition is not enough to stop him, so he is now concentrated on creating a greater divide between the liberals and new democrats as they struggle to defeat each other in their pretension to oust Harperism. A very shrewd and cunning person, this Prime Minister is… one whose complicated game goes far beyond the simple craft of his potential opponents. This Thursday morning, I again reject last night’s mockery from the throne and all that it entails for a democracy that has been abused, made fun of, and used to the personal advantage of the dishonest members of the Harperist party. I reject the net impoverishment of our working class while a few members of the establishment become illicitly rich from the misuse of government privilege. I reject atrocities like the persecution of science and the dishonest use of government propaganda to divide Canadians. I oppose the vulgar and barbaric use of the Governor General as a pawn at the service of the Prime Minister. It certainly does little to honour the History, Values and Traditions of our country. For all these reasons and several dozen more, which I will be referring to in coming posts, my public ballot in 2015 will be to call for a National Constituent Assembly that can address the weaknesses of the Senate AND The House of Commons, and take on the task of fixing and modernizing these Institutions so that the minimum and logical requirements of decency, transparency and honesty in the exercise of public office are forever guaranteed and are never again used as talking points for pre-electoral political campaigns. Real Democracy is not a partisan option. It is a sacred constitutional right that has been taken away from us. Those who say our Democracy still exists will have a very difficult time explaining why there are so many Canadians demanding that we adopt a system of proportional representation to better represent the voice of the Primary Constituent. I say in 2015 we install a National Constituent Assembly with voices from all sectors of our Society and all Corners of our Nation that will allow us to re install a government of the People, by the People and for the People.
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    Wonder how they'd do if they tried professional analysis of reality instead of cheap advertising of breaking news? http://t.co/c0ylmoqE4U
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