Reclaiming Our Institutions: A Hopeful Path Forward — By Tom Marazzo

Here’s an interesting article by Tom Marazzo (@TomMarazzo) on how to reclaim our retrogressing institutions. We need more of this at a time like this.

In recent times, many have observed the subtle yet profound shifts in the foundational institutions that shape our daily lives. From churches to schools, from the police force to the medical field, from the legal system to municipal politics, and even in banking and commerce, there seems to be a growing sentiment that these institutions have been co-opted by a globalist, elitist agenda. This transformation didn’t happen overnight; it was a gradual process that took place over decades, often unnoticed by the masses.

Tom Marazzo

However, recognizing the problem is only the first step. The real challenge lies in finding a solution, a way to reclaim these institutions and restore them to their original purpose: serving the people. The answer, as some suggest, lies in the very method that led to the current situation: subversion. 

Subversion, in this context, doesn’t mean undermining the system in a negative or destructive way. Instead, it’s about using the system’s own mechanisms to bring about positive change. It’s about overwhelming the system with numbers, with individuals who are awake, aware, and committed to restoring the true essence of these institutions. 

Yet, as we rally behind this cause, it’s essential to discern the motivations of those leading the charge. We must be wary of individuals who pursue these roles out of ego or the allure of glory. True change is not about personal accolades or recognition. There is no glory in doing what is right; the real reward lies in the betterment of our society and the assurance that our institutions serve the greater good. 

Take, for instance, the example of School Board Trustee Positions. Instead of having a single parent run for a position in one district, why not have multiple parents run in every district? By doing so, the chances of having a majority of like-minded individuals in these positions increase exponentially. The same principle applies to municipal councils. With approximately 2,860 council seats in Ontario alone, imagine the transformative power of having over 8,580 informed and passionate citizens vying for those positions. 

The goal is simple: to crowd out those who support agendas that don’t align with the interests of the people and those who seek positions for personal gain. It’s akin to sowing grass seeds around weeds, ensuring that the grass grows thick and lush, leaving no room for the weeds or unwanted plants to thrive. 

This approach is not just about winning elections. It’s about ensuring that every elected official understands their primary duty: to represent the people, uphold the Constitution, and respect the civil liberties of all. It’s a peaceful, democratic method of bringing about change, ensuring that the government remains by the people, for the people. Yes, it is slower – but it is peaceful. It will remain peaceful until such time as the Government puts the public into such despair that there is no more food. 

In conclusion, the path to reclaiming our institutions may be long and arduous, but it’s a journey worth embarking on. By leveraging the power of numbers and the democratic processes at our disposal, we can ensure a brighter, more hopeful future for North Americans. It’s a future where the decisions that impact our lives are made with our best interests at heart, where our voices are heard, and where our institutions truly serve us.

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