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Offline wilber

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Re: Changing the Oath of Citizenship
« Reply #15 on: February 05, 2017, 04:22:33 pm »
Like I said, it's the least we could do for the history of systematized abuse that they faced at the hands of our government and people.



The least who could do, just new Canadians?


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All citizens are bound by the oath, whether they declare it before a judge to be deemed a citizen or not. It's literally your social contract as a citizen to this country.

All citizens are not required to take the oath so it is empty. Only the law applies. I believe Canada should honour its treaties but you can probably tell I'm not a fan of empty gestures. They insult the intelligence those who receive them as well as the question the sincerity of those who make them.
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