COALITION FOR CHANGE (CFC) PLATFORM – March 2009

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COALITION FOR CHANGE (CFC) PLATFORM – March 2009

Post  Bruck on Sun Feb 15, 2009 9:33 pm

COALITION FOR CHANGE (CFC) PLATFORM – FEBRUARY 2009

CANADIAN EMPIRE PARTY (CEP)
PROGRESSIVE PARTY OF CANADA (PPC)

PART 1 - PRIORITY GOALS

1. The Military

The CFC will see that the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) become a strong and more recognized military organization while maintaining activity within its membership with continual programs and organized experienced leadership. The CFC has the experience that is required to run an organization such the CAF and knows exactly what the CAF needs to be an effective fighting force. The following are CFC's primary endeavours when we are elected for presidency:

A. Encourage Canadians to enlist and train as CAF Regulars for deployment with full government-issued supplies when called upon or as National Reserves to support deployed Regulars and help defend Canadian soil in emergencies. This will help ensure consistency and growth in Canada's Military.

B. Continue to have the Minister of Defense (MoD) act as administrative supply officer for the CAF and work with the General to supply the CAF as is deemed effective. The CFC believes that a well laid out, top-down chain of command is essential to alliviate bottlenecks in the transfer of supplies and ensure that our soldiers are looked after while they protect our nation.

C. Establish a training academy to train recruits at all levels of the CAF. New recruits will gain experience and knowledge into how the CAF operates and how they should go about requesting supplies, who their platoon commander is and how to fight. This will not only improve the quality of soldiers but also increase interest and activity in new members.

D. Outfit critical Canadian regions with the highest quality affordable defense systems to ensure the security of our country and our citizens. With these new defense systems, these regions will be more formidable defensive strongholds. The CFC refuses to waste valuable Canadian dollars (CAD) on costly, low quality defense systems in less critical regions.

E. Negotiate with our allies in ATLANTIS for mutual training exersizes and experience in organizing the CAF for mobilization. This will affirm successes of the training academy and will allow the CAF to troubleshoot areas of concern.

F. Institute an elite CAF unit of our highest ranked and strongest soldiers to be supplied more often then regular CAF and Reserves. If managed by the CFC, the CAF and citizens of Canada can rest assured that more damage will be inflicted by our forces than ever before.

G. Maintain a 100-member-strong fighting force at all times.

H. Give the General of the CAF access to the Canada National Defense organization to better supply CAF members and help alleviate current supply issues by adding another layer of trusted support.

I. Select Divisional Commanders from within the CAF to watch over and instruct the CAF's new leaders. With the growing CAF many new platoons are required to meet demand. With this many new platoon commanders are also required and being new require another level of Military oversight.

PART 2 - THE ECONOMY

1. Taxes

A. Review taxes and encourage Canadian businesses against foreign imports.

B. Encourage Canadian businesses to export to our allies in ATLANTIS and neutral nations.

C. Raise the VAT tax to 10% to increase the value of the CAD by removing it from the market while strengthening government accounts.

2. Immigration

A. Continue the Immigration Program and provide means to effectively communicate around the world.

B. Encourage citizens to volunteer their time to the Minister of Immigration in recruiting. This will help integrate all new immigrants into society.

C. Continue to provide our nations citizen fee to registered citizens on the eCanadian forum.

PART 3 - HEALTHCARE

1. Reallocate healthcare funding to critical regions since it is essential that the CAF soldiers operate out of regions with high quality hospitals. The CFC refuses to waste valuable CAD on costly, low quality hospitals in less critical regions.

2. Restructure gifting to concentrate on elite CAF members full time and Regulars twice during battle. This will limit the quickly expanding CAF from enveloping our allocated budget.

PART 4 - FOREIGN AFFAIRS

1. Commit to cooperating with our allies, militarily, economically and through media support.

2. Continue to aid our allies in military conflict at home and abroad.

3. Encourage trade of manufactured and raw materials to ATLANTIS members and neutral nations.

4. Continue to promote eCanada as a world power by helping to set ATLANTIS protocol and diplomacy in world affairs.

With your vote, Canada can stake claim as a world power in the New World.


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