Conservative stalwart Rob Anders seeking to return to Ottawa
“It’s time to fight for our freedoms. Time to do battle with the globalists. Fight 15-minute cities. Hire back the non-jabbed. No more jabs for kids. Fight central bank digital currency,” says former MP Rob Anders.

TCS Wire

May 23, 2024

Former MP and Conservative trailblazer Rob Anders is looking to return to politics to do battle with the globalists infesting parliament.

Conservative stalwart Rob Anders seeking to return to Ottawa

The Counter Signal reached out to Anders to see what’s on his agenda now that he’s officially re-entering the political arena.

According to Anders, “It’s time to fight for our freedoms. Time to do battle with the globalists. Fight 15-minute cities. Hire back the non-jabbed. No more jabs for kids. Fight central bank digital currency.”

He says he’ll now be seeking re-election come 2025 in the riding of Yellowhead and has officially filed papers with the Conservative Party’s head office.

Blue-blooded Tory

Anders is openly pro-life, pro-gun, pro-freedom, and anti-globalist.

Moreover, given the recent revelations of China’s successful foreign interference in Canadian elections, it’s clear that Canada needs to take a tough-on-China approach. And Rob Anders is just the candidate to do it.

Even as far back as 2008, Anders was calling the Chinese Communist Party the “worst human rights abuser in the world—and it’s not just against Tibetans, it’s against their own people, their own population.”

He also took aim at religious freedom and labour abuses in China, adding that the Beijing Olympics were “absolutely 100 per cent a propaganda exercise”, likening them to the 2036 Olympic Games under Nazi Germany.

Anders has also taken issue with mass immigration in the past and with non-citizens being given the same rights as Canadian citizens, such as the right to vote.

This is an especially hot-button issue of today, given that mass immigration has been found to have exacerbated Canada’s financial woes, especially in the housing sector, and some politicians (specifically Jyoti Gondek in Calgary) are already strategizing ways to shore up the vote via non-citizen voting.

But with a Conservative super majority on its way, the party has a real shot at reversing all of this—so long as it’s led by the right team. And of all Harper’s former MPs, Rob Anders might be the perfect pendulum mover in Poilievre’s future cabinet.

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