Why would I celebrate the death of a beautiful country filled with those who cared about each other cared about what they had cared about what laid ahead in the future? They used common sense, personal intelligence and a belief that we all should look after each other. Why would I celebrate the death of common sense brought about so those who existed in countries who did not know what caring and sharing meant could bring their beliefs to my country (Canada) to destroy what was by demanding ( under the protection of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms) to have what they thought was right when it was here for the taking, without this so called protection (Charter of Rights and Freedoms signed into power in 1981)?.
Why would I celebrate the demise of a proud nation filled with people who cared who believed and built a nation the rest of the world wanted to be a part of? Why would I celebrate the death of Canada I knew as a young man? Why would I celebrate what was legislated away from me, the right to use common sense and think about the well being of my fellow Canadians? If we are to Celebrate then lets celebrate the rebirth of common sense and applaud the government for ignoring this sham. Our nation our Culture the freedoms our forefathers fought so hard and died for during the Second World War are being literally stripped from us under the guise of a Charter supposedly written to protect our culture and freedoms that were dearly paid for. World War 2 was fought to stop an evil movement which fostered the suppression of people their freedoms of belief, speech and most importantly reasoning.
The World has and still fears a third World War because of the possibility of Nuclear involvement I believe there is a different enemy among us already fighting an all out war and we are sometimes oblivious to it in the name of being (politically correct). This enemy is using a different set of weapons, weapons and skills so honed they appear to be normal everyday parts of their lives.These weapons are disguised as pieces of their culture which naturally are a part of their belief systems and everyday lives.
Now as a law abiding nation of peoples (Canadians) who before 1981 used common sense, personal beliefs and the will of a nation and its people to build a Country everybody in the World wanted to be a part of, now because of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms passed in 1981 are in a War as serious as the one fought in Europe against the Nazi suppression of that era. The difference being the enemy of that day was visible carried a rifle and was willing to kill for what they believed in. Today the enemy is not visible and uses our laws and freedoms as weapons against our beliefs culture and the very basis of what truly made Canada a place where the rest of the World wanted to come to and believe me if push came to shove would kill for what they believe in, its only our laws for now that prevent that. There are many battles being fought on many different levels and fronts each small and at the moment insignificant but as time goes by will become more significant and dangerous to the errosion of our Countries standards, laws cultural and religious beliefs.
The greatest weapon being used against us has quietly but effectively been put in place and is called being “Politically Correct” in the name of not insullting or offending our fellow Citizens. I remember the day when I could speak to my neighbor and state what was in my mind whether it was politics or religious belief without there being any offending or insult because I was expressing a personal opinion to a fellow human being who perhaps had a different view point. It was understood that as a free individual I was entitled to believe what I wanted and was able to state those beliefs openly and without recourse.
Today for me to write or speak what I really believe would put me in a precarious position with those enforcing the Charter of Rights and Freedoms because I may have offended or insulted someone. This is an example of how much freedom we as a nation and people have lost since 1981 to an ill thought out piece of legislation that supposedly was going to protect our culture and freedoms. We just handed those wanting to suppress our rights and freedoms a weapon that could be used against us to bring about what guns and war couldn’t. Our desire to believe that all mankind wants to live in a free nation that would allow them rights has opened the door for those who desire to rule through suppression (perhaps not immediately but over time) will occur and if we don’t wake soon to this fact it may occur quicker than we know, that day appears to be just around the corner as the foundation and basis of our laws are now being challenged as being sufficient to deal with the beliefs of the many cultures which have permeated our Society of today. Set aside the politics and look at what is happening to us as a nation a people a culture wake up Canadians wake up we have been asleep too long wake up.