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TYRANNY OF MINORITIES

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It’s sad to see how far down the diversity rabbit hole we’ve been driven. Diversity – Division – Divide. Since we lived in caves, establishment elites have used tribalism, class and religion to divide and control their subject populations. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. got it right – people should be judged by their character. […]

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THOUGHTS ON NIQABS ET AL

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The government, education and business elites foisted the entire humbuggery of the multi-cult mosaic on the Canadian people. It’s that most ancient tactic of ruling/ controlling people by dividing them. A mosaic is made of pieces of coloured glass or tile fixed in place and separated from each other by cement. I think most Canadians […]

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The Wimpification of the West

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By George Jonas. I was multitasking: rummaging in old notebooks, while listening to the news. That’s how I discovered that I had commented on last week’s news events 20 years ago. Prescience? Time warp? No, just serendipity.

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SCHOOL — 1958 vs. 2008

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Scenario: Jack goes quail hunting before school, pulls into school parking lot with shotgun in gun rack. 1958 – Vice Principal comes over, looks at Jack’s shotgun, goes to his car and gets his shotgun to show Jack. 2008 – School goes into lock down, FBI called, Jack hauled off to jail and never sees […]

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Easy Money And The Loss Of Character

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Does character matter? We are obliged to say yes. Character must matter. But where does character show itself in the pre-eminent economic conundrum of our times – the market meltdown of 2008 and the deepening recession of 2009? Yes, Chrysler workers accepted pay and cuts to benefits to save their jobs. But that concession was […]

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Self Sacrifice

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I was reading in this week’s Maclean’s how Michelle Obama’s goal is to make employment more family friendly – unpaid time off for having a baby, 24 hours of some sort of leave to attend to a sick child, stuff like that.

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The Canadian Character

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The Canadian character is based on the belief that a person’s actions speak louder than words. It’s driven by our cold, northern climate and mostly rockbound environment. Canada’s glorious history overflows with individual heroes, explorers, inventors, doctors, warriors, creators, athletes, scholars, engineers, entertainers, businessmen, scientists, architects, builders paladins in every field of human endeavour.

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The Maple Leaf Forever

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1. In days of yore, from every shore, Dauntless heroes bravely came, And planted firm fair freedom’s flag, On Canada’s wide domain. Here may it wave, our hope and pride, And bind in trust forever, The Lion and the Unicorn, The Maple Leaf Forever. [CHORUS] Long may she fly, Our emblem dear, The Maple Leaf […]

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Symphony

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Letter to Lorrie Goldstein, Editor, Toronto SUN, January 14, 2007. It will surely be a long process to unlearn the teaching of many millennia that the people in the next valley/down the coast/across the lake/up in the hills are inferior and are not “the people”. You folks in the media could help. 1. Stop using […]

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The First Canadians I

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Benjamin Franklin was one of the Pennsylvania reps to the Albany Congress in 1754 which had been convened by the English Board of Trade to discuss taking joint action to a) improve relations with the Indians and b) defend against the “canucks” who were making life miserable for the “yanqui bastonnais” on the borders of […]

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