A man talks about his participation in a political group in Canada.
Α.G.: I was a member of the party, the Democratic Party. In 1963 I became a member in… in the New Democratic Party, because Douglas made in […] the Medicare and this was good for the people. Thanks to Douglas Canada today, let’s say, has Medicare. A good thing.
RES.: Very much so.
Α.G.: In America, as we said, in America if a man gets sick, he’s finished, if you’ve got no money.
RES.: Financially you’re finished. Yes.
Α.G.: Understand? So, it’s good that Medicare here in Canada was instituted.
RES.: And what did you do in that party? Did you help? How?
Α.G.: I hel… he… helped the man who was in our district here, let’s say, and… and I was a member here in the party. The Democratic Party.
RES.: Yes, and what?
Α.G.: And I always vote… even that, I vote for it and I consider it to be the best. The others, whatever they might say, they are… I don’t… I don’t believe them. I don’t believe it. They support the big capital and they don’t care for the poor people. The big trust, you know? Like mister Trump in the States, you know. But he’s K-K. He’s raci… raci… racist.