Author Topic: Victoria says good bye to Sir John A  (Read 591 times)

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Offline Bubbermiley

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Re: Victoria says good bye to Sir John A
« on: August 10, 2018, 11:53:00 am »
Except, of course, for engendering further resentment towards natives on the part of a lot of those 'settlers'. That's basically the only thing which this does which will have a lasting effect. Every time stupid **** like, or that Cornwallis statue in Halifax or those moron natives with their protests on parliament hill during Canada day takes place a few more people think that maybe those far right and white power groups are making more sense than they once thought. Certainly there seems a good deal less sympathy for natives today among ordinary people than there was ten years or so ago. Progressives are still willing to lick native boots, of course, as this vote shows, but most people feel differently.
While I agree the statue should stay, it's more complicated than your go-to rant about "progressives/the Left" and how you're not an extremist but White Power groups make a lot of sense.
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