Maxime Bernier

What are the Political Affiliations of Maxime Bernier

2021

Criticizes Socialism

2019-2018

Criticizes Liberals

Conservative

2019

Right-wing

Liberal

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Criticizes Trudeau

Possibly Against Climate Change Action

Criticizes Socialism

Freedom of Speech Advocate

Anti Immigration

27 Nov 2021

RUMBLE.com

In a video on Rumble

Parlament resumes this week and Trudeau reveals his action plan. I can tell you there's nothing new with this socialist government. We'll have more intrusions into exclusive provintials jurisdiction, with our national child care program. More censorship with legislation that will regulate online content. More mass immigration with an increase in the number of refugees and elderly immigrants. And more spending with a recovery program that will cost one billion dollars. As inflation continues to reach new highs each month and everyone gets poorer, Trudeau's priorities are climate change and the imposition of more restrictions on our rights and freedoms.

Criticizes Liberals

4 Feb 2019

TWITTER.com

In a tweet

Liberal arrogance and virtue-signalling on world stage has alienated all major powers. MARIN: “A little more modesty and diplomacy would have got us much further than lecturing and wagging our finger as if we’ve got a sense of superiority.”

Right-wing

Conservative

Liberal

21 Jan 2019

THESTAR.com

Bernier positioned the People’s Party to the right of the Conservative Party; the party has been variously described as conservative, libertarian, right-wing populist, classical liberal, far-right, and alt-right.

Maxime Bernier

Pro Small Government

Conservative

14 Sep 2018

GLOBALNEWS.ca

Maxime Bernier created the People's Party of Canada, a conservative party with a focus of fighting for individual responsibility and opposing government intervention.

Against Identity Politics

Criticizes Liberals

2 Mar 2018

TWITTER.com

In a tweet

I thought the ultimate goal of fighting discrimination was to create a colour-blind society where everyone is treated the same. Not to set some Canadians apart as being “racialized.” What’s the purpose of this awful jargon? To create more division for the Liberals to exploit?

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