A real country does not make a national foreigner its Head of State.
During the 1995 campaign for Quebec to separate from Canada, Lucien Bouchard, Quebec’s Separatist leader declared that Canada was not a real country. Under pressure, he reversed himself, and said that Canada was a real country.
He told the truth when he declared that Canada was not a real country. And lied when he said that it is.
A real country stands for something. Canada seems to stand for nothing.
A real country is loyal to its friends. Canada is loyal only to the people who seem to crap on our friends.
A real country can be depended upon to do what is right regardless of the political costs. Canada can be depended upon to do what will cost Canada the least.
A real country would not legitimize racist language and cultural laws which create various degrees of legal rights for its citizens, depending upon in which part of the country they happen to live.
A real country does not aid and finance those whose sole goal it is to destroy the country. Canada does.
And for the cherry on top of the whipped cream on top of Canada is not a real country:
Canada has chosen our next Governor General who will be our OFFICIAL Head of State and Commander In Chief of our military, a Black French Speaking Woman (political correct) who was born outside of our country (Haiti), who is a citizen of France by marriage, and has a very unexplained past vis a vis supporting Quebec Separatists.
Her claim to fame is that she works for the French CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) which is at the very least supportive of Quebec nationalism and rife with far Left socialists.
And for good measure, her French born husband (documentarist) is a close friend to those in Quebec whose goal is to tear this country apart.
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You hit this one out of the park! Thanks for standing for TRUTH!!
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