A form of politics wherein facts from expert sources (scientists, statisticians, economists, etc.) are routinely discounted and ignored in favor of repetitive, dogmatic, populist policy.
Perfected by Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, this political form builds upon Rovian techniques.
1- Despite continually falling crime rates, as published by Statistics Canada, Stephen Harper ran a successful Harperion election campaign basted partially on a "tough on crime" policy, including spending billions on new prisons.
2- Despite being panned by military and aviation experts in Canada, the USA, Britain and Australia, Stephen Harper is pushing through a multi-billion dollar purchase of F-35 stealth jets. He has bolstered his position with the Harperion tactic of accusing all opposition with "not supporting our troops".