Conservative Active Parliament
We want to be the place where you can find out how well your MP scores in terms of their votes in Parliament and Government policy when it comes to Conservatism/Classic Liberalism/Progressivism.
who we are
At Conservative Active Parliament we want to make it easier to get information on the elected members of parliament in a more convienient way.
- We want to be the place where you can find out how well your MP scores in terms of their votes in Parliament and Government policy when it comes to Conservatism and Classic Liberalism.
- By putting this information here we hope it gives you a better perspective on how each of the MP’s are doing in terms of performance on principle and trust.
‘Men’ that give you rights also have the power to take them away from you. The moment you are born there are some (as our Conservative friends in the States remind us), certain “unalienable rights” that cannot be taken away from you.
Before you can be a Conservative you must understand the ‘nature of man’. The individual must be free to make choices in their life, take their own path in order to better themselves who in return contribute to the very fabric of society.
Conservatism is often confused as ‘political theory’. Due to its interest in nature it is in fact a ‘way of life’. Through the human experience the individual knows best, if the government stay out of the way there are no limits to knowledge and to the pursuit of truth.
liberalism (Liberalisme Classique)
Freedom for the individual, the right to privacy and stand up for what you believe in; all of these ideals over the last few decades have disappeared from the public arena. Those on the left now call themselves ‘Progressives’, this progressivism and ‘mob mentality’ has resulted in those ideals being side tracked in pursuit to giving government more power over the individual.
The left, in the name of ‘social justice’ and other pseudo left wing movements, have turned their backs on what core Liberalism is. There are, however, some Liberals (in a classical sense) that remain in the field fighting away in the trenches.
These fights consist of two battles; one against the rising progressive movement that uses mob rule (which in turn has created a natural reactionary movement known as ‘Populism’), the other is wrestling back power from the government where the individual has been told over and over again to sacrifice their freedoms in the name of ‘national security’.