Canada’s Shame – our Anarchistic Youth
Canada’s mislead young people – A product of lost history and pride
A while ago I wrote a rather long article on the subject of government responsibility for our “peaceful” demonstrator’s bad behaviour. For a full description see:
The article covered some of the most harmful examples of such criminal behaviour from the days of the FLQ anti-Canada murderers to Rochdale, to Vancouver’s Pacific Conference riot to “the Days of Action” violence following the election of Premier Mike Harris in the province of Ontario, and later the Days of Rage riots when a Molotov cocktail was thrown during a charge directed at the police and a concurrent riot when a police horse was beaten with a nailed board. There were others. Finally, I wrote about the G20 where 90% of the demonstrators didn’t have the sense to stay out of downtown Toronto when asked to do so for many weeks prior to the Conference.
Since that article was written we have seen the absolute idiocy of the young childlike woman, a Canadian Senate page who glibly proclaimed that it was time young Canadian citizens should emulate the street violence exhibited in the Arab dictatorships of the Middle East.
How is it possible she appears to have no knowledge of the 800 years of bloodshed and violence our forefathers who founded our democracy went through to build this free society – a system of peaceful government that allows us to make changes without the need for violence? Those hundreds of thousands of daring activists of the past she unwittingly dishonoured by holding up her insulting anti-newly elected Prime Minister sign and making such unbelievably ignorant remarks.
Yet once again we have the shameful anarchical behaviour of the ignorant to demean us in a Vancouver street riot following the NHL Stanley Cup final. Thank goodness many brave Vancouver citizens stepped forward and risked their lives to try and save persons and property from the cowardly punks and thugs. Yes, many of our younger citizens still retain our historic Canadian sense of decency and justice but the question must be asked:
Why do some young people aspire to be Thugs and Brutes?
In my opinion they do so because of the deliberate destruction of our pride in our principles of justice and the law and our long history of how our freedoms and democracy came about. That destruction of our history was levied upon us by P.M. Lester Pearson & P.M. Pierre Trudeau and his cabal of Quebecois French-Canadian anti-English conspirators who set out to destroy every vestige of our British heritage. What better way to encourage street anarchy. Here are some serious issues to think about:
1. Most of our mass “social justice” media have until recently been in favour of “peaceful” street activism of all sorts and when the inevitable riots and wreckage occur have tended to use the bromide that “it was just a few violent types that got out of control” followed quickly with the excusatory that “the police lacked a coherent plan” or “the police unnecessarily reacted in an brutal manner.” All of which ignores the fact that only brutal means will stop brutal thugs. Of course the odd policeman will act improperly in the heat of the moment. Only a fool would physically challenge a large group of fully armed policemen.
2. Too many politicians somewhat approve of the anarchy with the statement, “well I don’t approve of the violence but I understand their frustrations or reasons of why they think that way.” There can be no such equivocation when our system provides every opportunity to change society though legal and peaceful means.
3. Most importantly our Country has by executive order outlawed the teaching of our founding British history and its accompanying story of how our legal principles, laws and freedoms came about and how they have been preserved by our fighting men from the long ago day on the field of Runnymede in 1215 through to Afghanistan and Libya today.
How many of our leaders, let alone our youth, have the remotest idea of how our fantastic and unique system of law came about? Most of our leaders threw it all away through pure ignorance and still do so. How else could these foolish people have approved the abomination of the Human Rights kangaroo no-law tribunal system? If today’s Canadian leaders and our citizens knew their legal history they would make sure all such perversions of our former laws were repealed immediately, including the abomination of our so-called Charter of Rights and Freedoms that many falsely believe “gives us our freedoms.”
No government can usurp our rights or our freedom by writing a Charter that purports to grant us our existing freedoms.
The only duty of our government is to uphold our ancient freedoms. There is not a freedom in that dictatorial Charter we did not already own and the creators of the Charter have curtailed every one of them. They have badly abused all our liberties.
The people of the Anglo-Saxon English-speaking world have for over 800 years been the true revolutionaries and we need to inculcate our pride in that magnificent struggle into the genes of all our citizens through our families and our educational systems. With that inherent pride, our youth would ostracize any of their peers that dared break the principles and laws of their beloved heritage.
4. Our law courts are also at fault. Almost universally they have tried to be forgiving of youthful criminality and have sought to impose minimal sentences or penalties in the hope of rehabilitation. The murderers of the FLQ ought to have been tried and punished as traitors.
The current rioters should be sentenced to hard labour and ordered to repair the damages they inflicted or to serve sentences commensurate with the physical damage or harm they have caused individual citizens. Compassion should only be shown when rehabilitation is proven by performance. It looks as if the Vancouver judges may toughen up but that is now. In a year’s time or much less, the gentle hearts will be back in vogue. Memories are short.
We are a Law abiding People
We must return to our fundamental principles. We must honour our British history because that is where our English Common-law base came from. Teach our young and new immigrants the foundations of our laws and how our warriors through the centuries have won and kept them.
Every child needs to understand that to resort to street violence is not who we are. We are a law abiding people and we change our governments only by peaceful means. Canada does not require an “Arab Spring.” God help the poor Arabs and other backward civilizations that have little idea what they need to know to achieve a free society. We will not tolerate criminal violence against property or people because some thugs use a lost hockey game as an excuse to terrorize their fellow citizens.
Our governments, the social justice media and the courts are in the penalty box. It is time for these leaders to get back on the ice and play for freedom and democracy. Canadians and the Western free world are watching how we handle this increasingly anarchical society and the world we live in.
Dick Field is the former founder and Chairman of the Voice of Canadian Committees and the Montgomery Tavern Society. He was editor and publisher of Voices, their newspaper. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto and Queen’s University. Dick has a wide variety of life experiences and has traveled worldwide both as a businessman and the co-owner of a travel business. He retired as a marketing officer after a thirty year career with a major Toronto life insurance company. Dick is proud to have served in combat during WW2 with the Royal Canadian Artillery in northwest Europe. Dick can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org