Thursday, October 2, 2008

Endorsement for Paul Barnes, Your Prince Edward-Hastings Independent Candidate

Paul Barnes is the first international contributor to 2020: Our Common Destiny. This fall, he is running for public office in the Prince Edward-Hastings district of Ontario, Canada.

We'd like to offer the Anti Communitarian League's official endorsement to Paul, and hope that every voting Canadian in his district has the opportunity to hear his eloquent and level-headed take on the communitarian agenda in his country and everywhere else.

Click here to purchase 2020: Our Common Destiny by Niki Raapana, with Paul Barnes & Nordica Friedrich


James said...

hey niki u should check out Rick Simpson Run from the cure on youtube when u got a chance this is what i have been studying for the last month or so its very interesting documentary by a canadian scientist who started using pure t-h-c cannabis oil as a treatment to cure all types of cancer and other diseases

u know so as i was burning out the wickedness one day i thought to myself who now what about this guy randy we built the house for if hes still alive when i get back then i need to give him this oil and show people that it works.

so ya what about this economic crisis seems like Bush is getting a real kick giving more bad news to people. and u know its not going to make any difference to him since he has money in different banks in other countries in another curancy so he can just fly to nepål and take out a couple thousand yen!! greedy bastard.

Paul Barnes said...

Thanks Niki and all the gang for that wonderful endorsement! I certainly need all the help I can get in this district :)


Fair press article for this independent candidate.


C said...

Paul, you are running a awesome campaign.

And thanks for posting this, Niki.

C said...

Cool, more press coverage!

"A crowd of approximately 150 people gathered at the Prince Edward Community Centre Tuesday evening to hear Independent Paul Barnes, McMahon, Conservative Daryl Kramp, Alan Coxwell of The Green Party, and Liberal Ken Cole duke it out.


The soft-spoken Barnes told the crowd he had no majority package to sell them, saying the voting public should be the true leaders of the country.

"The only leader in this room should be you," he said. "Not me, not the party or their representatives... your concerns should not be homogenized into inflexible prepackaged solutions offered by others on your behalf. You are the deciders and anything else gives our power away.""