August 12, 2016

British Columbians are “hungry for leadership from someone who isn’t a politician”

Christopher WilsonRebel Commentator

There’s a lot of excitement for the BC Conservative Party with three candidates vying to lead the party into the next provincial election

Earlier this week I spoke with Chloe Ellis and now I’m joined by Konrad Pimiskern to talk about his campaign and why he’s running.

Pimiskern has worked as a financial advisor for over twenty years and expresses the dire need he sees for the development of good jobs in British Columbia.

Watch as he explains what financial conditions scare the heck out of him and what kind of leadership he believes is necessary to help British Columbians overcome the challenges.

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commented 2016-08-16 15:42:20 -0400
Please continue to give the BC Conservatives exposure via media. The Liberals are simply the lesser of two evils, not what most of really want. If the BC Conservatives can pull themselves together with a solid platform and money to help their cause, they might have a chance. We are all so sick of being run around by out of touch career politicians!
commented 2016-08-14 16:45:06 -0400
“Even Trudeau is not good enough for some.” . . . lol

Wahhabi Justin is the most clueless boy to ever hold the PMs position . . . Canada is in decline and he thinks we can Spend ourselves to prosperity . . . how’s that workin out in Europe and the USA Jay?
commented 2016-08-14 00:27:23 -0400
“Hungry for leadership from someone who isn’t a politician.”

Aren’t we all.

We can learn from the example of recent Priemiers and leaders.

Even Trudeau is not good enough for some.
commented 2016-08-13 20:15:20 -0400
“Then we may eventually see a conservative government in BC. "

What, Campbell wasn’t conservative enough for you? He was Harper’s favourite toy. I can only hope people learned from his disastrous government.
commented 2016-08-13 17:28:40 -0400
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commented 2016-08-13 12:30:54 -0400
It is becoming evident that people everywhere are becoming sick of “politicians” divisive partisan politics and ideological policy making. The want to see themselves reflected in the leadership – it’s why populism is gaining a tidal wave of organic momentum.
commented 2016-08-13 10:33:02 -0400
He is certainly right about Vancouver, it is being run like a casino. There are not enough of the kinds of jobs available there to support the lifestyle anymore. Something has got to change.
If the conservatives play their cards right and get their candidates into ridings that will pose no threat to handing the election over to the ndp, they could conceivably work their way up to opposition. That would be a good thing. Then we may eventually see a conservative government in BC.
commented 2016-08-12 23:12:16 -0400
Forget it! Look what splitting the vote did for Alberta.
commented 2016-08-12 21:45:19 -0400
Augh! Don’t split the right! You want the Dippers in power again? Kill me now, please!
commented 2016-08-12 21:27:15 -0400
A great example was Ralph Klein, not a politician and he was the best.
commented 2016-08-12 20:33:21 -0400
It is not a generational thing.
It started in 1986 when Gordon Campbell was mayor and brought in the Asian money. Remember, Campbell was a developer.