Of the People, By the People, For the People: Adrienne Richards and Joseph Enslow

December 17, 2023

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For many of us, conversations with our like minded friends and family are often dominated by provincial and federal politics, but the fact is that many of the government decisions which impact our lives are made at the local level.

In addition, globalist organizations and special interest groups are working constantly to influence local council decisions.

Over a year ago, Adrienne and Joseph founded the Citizen’s Oversight & Accountability Project, or COAP, in the Cowichan Valley on B.C.’s Vancouver Island. They hold town hall meetings to hear from residents, and then take those ideas to the local councils. They read the many letters that councils receive from outside organizations that are efforts to influence policy, and where needed, point out to council members the ways in which those policies would be detrimental to their communities. They produce informative videos, bring in guest speakers to their town hall meetings to educate the populace, and publish a local conservative newspaper.

In addition, COAP functions as a community support group, bringing together the members of the community in ways that are more reminiscent of 1950’s Canada than today’s social media driven society.

This interview, which is being released free in its entirety, is a guide for the rest of us on how to do what Adrienne and Joe have done. To bring effective representation to your local councils, to educate not only the people but the elected representatives, and to unite residents into real communities.

Real communities where there is true representation, where, to quote Abraham Lincoln, there is government of the people, by the people, for the people.

LINK: coap.ca

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