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Canada’s Most Fragile People Will Miss The Penny


Now Jeff will not be the only person to suffer, but like most of the things that happen to the poor you will no longer see it covered in the news, because who cares about a penny; who cares about the poor, after all it is just a penny! Continue reading

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Moving Beyond the Indian Act Not On The Table For Harper And The Government Of Canada


We as Canadians have been sold on the idea from the Canadian government that doing the right thing morally and legally is something we do not have to do if in the end it does not get us the result that we seek and that somehow with the passage of time the truth somehow will change and what was once illegal will become legal, what was once and immoral act will somehow become morally right and what was once unjustifiable will somehow with the passage of time justify itself. Continue reading

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Canada’s First Nations People Sentenced To Slow and Painful Death By Canadian Apathy


I would like to just remind Canadians as we prepare for Christmas and all that it means to us and all that we will share with our families that there are other like our First Nations People who will not be having such a great time and for whom Christmas time represents hardships not even imaginable by most Canadians. Continue reading

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Who Are The Real Canadians? What Does that Statement Mean For You And Me


Canada is still one of the best place in the world to live work and raise your children, but this country is regressing at a rapid rate back to where it was not that great a place to live unless you were a White christian. Continue reading

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No Bottomless Aid Cup For Haiti


What is about Haiti that was not worth the extension the extra time, money, or effort by the Canadian government to help put that country back on its feet after all of the destruction that it faced through no fault … Continue reading

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Telling The Truth And Shaming The Devil / Finding Our Way Home


Why would a person who loves their country talk about the bad in it? I do not know why others do it but I do know why I do it and why I will keep right on doing it. I … Continue reading

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Not Just Another Forced Relocation / The Canadian Holocaust


Canada’s Story of Genocide Genocide is the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, religious, or national group. I had never thought to think that what happened to those little Indian children was genocide, … Continue reading

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