Category Archives: the importance of the written will

Reconciliation Will Never Be More Than An Unrealised Dream


I feel that something needs to be done, but like most Canadians aboriginal and non aboriginal, I honestly do not know what to do to fix things. Continue reading

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My Reaction To Truth And Reconciliation Report


How can Canada even begin to change when Prime Minister Stephen Harper feels that by referring to the plight of the aboriginal people of Canada as forced assimilation rather than cultural genocide somehow sounds better and absolves todays Canadians, of any guilt or responsibility for any problems those aboriginals are facing today. Continue reading

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Is Anything Considered Racism, Or Promoting Hatred In Canada Other Than Anti-Semitism ?


We use this type of hate motivated satire to bring forth our racist tendencies in a way that is socially acceptable to all, except the person, or part of the population getting made fun of. Continue reading

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What “Je Suis Charlie” Means To Me / Is Racism Ever Really Funny, Or Informative?


I would say to all those who would use the hash tag, hold a poster, or pin the slogan, “Je suis Charlie” on their person, are saying that it is okay to be a racist, to insult another’s religion and God in the name of freedom of expression and free speech. I would say to you that they are no better than the Nazi swastika wearing supporters who show their support for senseless hatred of an entire race of people, simply because they are different, or feel they hate pose a threat to their way of life. Continue reading

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From Coast To Coast To Coast It Is Acceptable To Be A Racist In Canada, Just Listen To Your Government And Watch The Polls


I do not question the valor, honor or the bravery of our men and women who go to fight where the government tells them to go, but I do question why this government is sending them on such missions, when the Canadian government does not practice what it preaches and refuses to right the wrongs of Canada’s own past and present. Continue reading

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I Did Not Forget Rememberance Day / I Am Thankful Everyday


Originally posted on Archemdis's Blog:
I did not forget veterans day I just chose not to be a part of the hypocritical government spectacle that is put on every year on this day.  I am thankful to our veterans every…

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Peace Talks, Cease Fires And Sanctions All A Waste Of Time


War has become a way for the more powerful nations to force trade treaties on the weaker nations, infect the weaker nations value system and religious beliefs until they are cast aside and replaced with that of the stronger nations. Justice, human rights and nation sovereignty are meaningless words, unless your finger is resting on a button capable of setting off a weapon of mass destruction. Continue reading

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Harper’s Quebec Policy Amounts To Hear No Evil, See No Evil And Speak No Evil


This federal government is powerless to intervene in what is going on in Quebec, because it practices the same type of politics and promotes the same ideological racism that Quebec does. Continue reading

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What Could Possibly Be Wrong With Bill C-13?


That this Harper led government chose to play politics and dash the hopes of Canadian children who are one step away from taking their lives; that this government could abandon these children who were desperately counting on the government to keep its promise and do something to end their torment, is unfortunately a death sentence to those children, who were counting on Bill C-13, also known as the Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act. Continue reading

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Is “Epaminondas And His Auntie” Really A Good Learning Tool For Children?


No child is born a racist, an angry activist, or with the feeling of racial superiority, or inferiority, those are taught to them by adults and passed from child to child and generation to generation. Continue reading

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