The pandemic changed a
lot of things in Alberta. The old-school Progressive Conservative voters, who
many would argue aren't really that conservative, almost destroyed
Alberta because they were afraid of Danielle Smith. They were the people who wore masks, frantically rushed to get vaccinated and
attacked the unvaccinated as filthy heathens. They were the same
people who perpetually voted for Alberta's corrupt and deeply damaged
Progressive Conservative Party for nearly 50 years. When Danielle
Smith returned, their fear and loathing of her compelled them to vote for a socialist party. Thankfully,
there weren't enough of them to give Rachel Notley a majority.
These Karens have
always been gross and pathetic. They're both men and women, but I'm
going to refer to them under one label. Their brains are so
easily flipped and manipulated by corporate media that it begs
serious questions about whether they're even human. By that, I mean,
are they empty drones and non-player characters in what is starting to
look more and more like a sick simulation? It's hard to imagine how so many people could be so easily manipulated. We see it
across Canada, but Alberta has always been the exception.
To my pleasant
surprise, Albertans proved they are still the exception. I was convinced the Karens would outnumber the rest of us, but I was wrong.
Although the NDP did
well in places they normally would have failed miserably, a majority
of Albertans outside of Edmonton and central Calgary soundly rejected Rachel Notley's
disgusting, socialist antics. The Karens couldn't rally enough of
their friends to give in to the lies, division and special interests
of the NDP. They couldn't get enough of their friends to mindlessly
hate Danielle Smith like they do.
The pandemic is over
and most Albertans know it, but when you see someone wearing a mask
at the grocery store, you'll know who they voted for. That image of a
mask stretched across a person's face is the symbol of what remains
of the pathetic Karens who almost destroyed Canada's greatest
province. You shouldn't confront them, or even talk to them. Just let
We won, they lost.
You can take solace in
knowing that Albertans rejected the NDP's primitive, mind boggling
ideology of fear and division. Voters chose unity, economic
prosperity and bodily autonomy. Despite a constant barrage of
politically motivated and negative corporate news, Smith succeeded
and fired the final bullet into Rachel Notley's political career.
Under similar kinds of relentless negativity, in a different part of
Canada, this kind of campaign would have destroyed a candidate.
Danielle Smith survived
Smith should be put on
a pedestal by feminists, but she won't be. They'll continue to attack
her for the next four years. They'll attack her like a man and talk
down to her, because—in their small bigotted minds—she is the
equivalent of an Uncle Tom for masculine men and separatists. She may be a strong and
fierce woman, but they don't care. They don't care because it's not
really about lifting women up, it's about politics and self-interest.
Modern feminists will
tear down and destroy anyone they have to, including women who commit
wrong-think. The Karens who voted against Smith, and risked economic
destruction to defeat her, do not deserve forgiveness. If you're even
thinking of letting bygones be bygones, you should stop. Politically,
we don't need their support or their votes. We did it without them.
They chose fear, segregation and division. They turned against their own neighbours and friends who opposed mandates, they silently revelled as pastors were arrested and as businesses went bankrupt, and they supported the authorities who denied our personal freedoms. They disparaged those who made different choices and sneered at those who lost their jobs. After all that, they doubled down and again chose economic destruction by voting for the NDP.
They need to live with their choices. We cannot forgive them.
Inside the simplistic
and easily influenced mind of a Progressive Conservative Karen,
you're probably a filthy, embarrassing cousin. If you think the
Karens will ever come around, or change their minds, you're wrong. As
long as the corporate media exists, they'll continue to consume and
repeat every lie and fallacy they're told. These Karens are empty,
hollow droids that meander around the world swallowing up and
regurgitating every piece of misinformation and corporate propaganda they find.
They aren't worth your forgiveness, or your friendship.
PC Karens should start
their own political party and stay out of the UCP.
If they don't like
Alberta under this new leadership, they should move back to Ontario,
BC and the Maritimes. If they were born in Alberta and don't
recognize the province they once knew, BC has nice warm winters and
tons of drug addicts shooting up on the streets. There is an entire
country out there calling for more PC Karens. They're more than
welcome to move somewhere that better suits their idiotic beliefs. If
not, there is always Edmonton.
If you're looking for
the physical embodiment of a PC Karen, look at any former long-time
PC MLA who may have endorsed NDP candidates in this election. Since I
don't want to give anyone free publicity, I will call any such former
PC MLA "Delilia".
This time around, the NDP again had their asses handed to them in several rural and suburban ridings, despite Delilia's endorsements.
Rural Albertans are
amazing people and PC Karens have always resented them.
Delilia said, “We don't need more radical ideas and
anger.” Like all other PC Karens, Delilia thinks being critical of
vaccine mandates, aggressively defending Alberta, opposing economic lockdowns, supporting bodily
autonomy and pondering the benefits of two-tier private healthcare
are too radical. Never mind how badly our current healthcare system is failing, they have no tolerance for those who look outside the box for reasonable solutions. Never mind how badly all of those things destroyed
the economy and the livelihoods of thousands of Albertans, Delilia
thinks Danielle Smith is radical for questioning any of it.
If they didn't feel
this way, why else would Delilia endorse socialist candidates?
Socialism is the
antithesis of conservatism. However, that doesn't really matter to
the PC Karen, because the PC Karen was only ever conservative by
habit. Perpetually voting for a corrupt, post-Klein Progressive
Conservative government was a habit, more than it was a true
testament to the PC Karen's real ideology. What is refreshing,
though, is the new found honesty of every PC Karen.
candidates and voting NDP should have always been natural for the PC
After this election,
Alberta has regained its balance. The old Progressive Conservatives
have finally moved on to a party that better fits their world views,
while the real conservatives were finally allowed to vote for a
genuine, blue blooded conservative woman. We no longer have to
capitulate and appease the progressives, nor do we have to
hide and pussy-foot around biased media and journalists. Almost every UCP candidate the media tried to turn into a pariah won.
As Alberta's economy prospers under low taxes and ambitious economic policies, the UCP won't have to work as hard to get re-elected the next time.