Bill Sullivan

Bill Sullivan
Political Party: Manitoba Party
Phone: 204-451-1882
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Questionnaire Response

Bill Sullivan - Rossmere

1. Why did you decide to run in the 2016 Manitoba election?

I was approached by two of the founding members Gary Marshall and John Sneison to look at the economic theory and platform of this new party. Coming from a background of research in fiat currency, central banking, corporate fictions, and geo-politics I saw the potential immediately.

I said that I would never enter the realm of a politician, for politics is governed by much higher entities that control all parties. The Manitoba Party is not one of these. It took me less than 10 minutes to study the economic theory and I said to Gary (If you are going to do what you say you will do I’m in). For thirty years I have been waiting for someone to bring this forward. This is what ails our Provence and Nation. The debt can and will be paid off with this model.

2. What experience will you bring to complement your role as MLA?

My past experiences in the construction industry as a working foreman and supervisor have been met with challenges that required on the fly decisions to carry the project forward with little down time. It allowed me the opportunity to train many individuals and see their accomplishments and confidence grow through the years. What I found of most value was the aspect of communication with outside contractors, engineers, architects and owners. These attributes also carried forward into my role as a hydro Generation station operator where organization, delegation, communication and safety were vital in the operations and maintenance of high voltage systems. These skills are what will compliment my role as MLA.

3. Is there anything in particular you would like to change in our province? In your electoral division?

We are plagued with mass amounts of debt. So much so that we have been down graded as an investment which leaves us at a higher risk for investment. This equates to a higher interest on loans and lower bond rate which will be reflective in a higher tax base. Coupled with our fiat currency that has lost 98% of its purchasing power through time it has crippled our economy buy adding even more tax to the individual (this tax that is collected pays for the interest on the debt owed). By using the Manitoba Party platform it will dramatically reduce our burgeoning debt. It will allow for more productivity and wealth which will enable more expendable monies into all areas of society. This will lessen monetary stress on all individuals giving them a greater comfort in life.

4. What key issue(s) / topic(s) would like to stand for in your role as MLA, and why is it important to you?

My key issue as role of MLA is to inform the populace of our current monetary system. The constant questions of frustration by the people I meet is that they want to know why it costs so much to live. I would set up information sessions and seminars to explain these problems so they become aware and can share this knowledge with others. This is the only way to escape the problems and woes of this Province and Nation.

5. What is one thing in particular that you value about the electoral division that you wish to represent?

I was born(1956) and grew up in this area until 1992 and came back in 2004 to send my children to university and college. This is where my wife and I have roots. It would be fitting to give back to the area that I know so well. During this campaign I personally delivered my Party information flyer to approximately 85% of all neighborhoods in the riding of Rossmere. This was to asses and have an understanding of specific issues and concerns in within each area so I can better serve the people of Rossmere.

6. Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?

I do not want to be known as a politician for I am not. The people have quite a disdain for them and the basic definition does not bode well. If anything I would consider myself more of a statesmen, for they are a true representation of the people. This is why I am committed to the values of the Manitoba Party .