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Why I will Never Be Postnational

by Perry D Foster
I cherish my identity. To put it more accurately, I cherish my identity as a man, a husband, a son, and a Canadian. There are other things that I am proud of, and have no intention of apologizing for. My pride in these things, and my desire to protect them, are normal. Both my identity, and the freedom to express my pride in at, are part of my heritage. They are nothing to be ashamed of. Our Governments are Against National Pride. But that is not what we are being told. Along with millions of other people of the West, […]

The Evil Amongst Us

by Perry D Foster
Most of us go about our business each day hoping and praying that evil will not touch us. This often happens because we are blind and oblivious to what is really going on. Sadly, while we sleep, evil has its destructive way amongst us. In this brief essay I would like to touch on one particular evil that threatens us all. SOGI 123, The New Evil A few years ago, during the summer legislative recess, the then premier of our province, Christy Clark, passed an order in council for the creation of a new sex education curriculum to be implemented […]

The Great War

by Perry D Foster
Only one war in human history has ever been called “The Great War.” The terrible struggle of 1914 to 1918 decimated Europe and swept away the old order. It ushered in an era of new and terrible weaponry, mass casualties and an appalling disregard for human life. When it was over nothing would ever be the same. Any notions of chivalric idealism had vanished in the death, mud and blood of Passchendaele and the  Somme. When an armistice was signed the world heaved a sigh of relief and tried to put the pieces back together again. Another Great War Now […]

Government or Regime?

by Perry D Foster
There is a terrible point in the affairs of a nation when government, obligated to safeguard the rights of its citizens, crushes those rights and becomes a regime. It’s difficult to know exactly when this begins, but there is always a moment when it becomes obvious to all that the nation they once loved has metastasized into something else. Small Events, Innocuous Decrees. It might begin with small events and seemingly innocuous decrees. Perhaps the hypothetical nation we are speaking of, a place where free speech was once cherished and defended, now forbids its citizens to criticize a certain belief […]