Laurier Must Remain!
There comes a time when a nation must make a decision about its past. That statement may surprise you. You may have thought that I was going to say that it would need to make a decision about its future. But these days, the past is in as much peril as the future. Around the world governments and power brokers are attempting to rewrite history, and nowhere is this more true than in Canada. For the past couple of decades a concerted attempt has been made to rewrite our history and eradicate our traditional narrative.
Social Justice War
There’s no good reason for it. Canada has a wonderful and interesting history. We grew into a marvelous nation. So why is this happening? To understand it you have to think of warfare. The radical left Social Justice movement has decided that History is a “Hill to Die On.” They’re right. If you can change people’s idea of History you can alter reality. If they succeed they will control the narrative of who we were and are, and mark my words, that is important.
We’ll Never Be the Same
If they win, Canadian history will never be the same. It will no longer be the story of brave men and women carving a nation out of a wilderness. It won’t be the tale of the development of a modern democracy envied by the rest of the world. Instead it will be the story of oppressive Eurocentric Patriarchal Males with “Privilege” crushing the rights and freedoms of others and preventing oppressed groups from blossoming. It is already becoming that in defiance of the real narrative and common sense.
The Racist Founding Fathers Must Go
John A. Macdonald, Lord Cornwallis, Wilfred Laurier and a host of other amazing Canadian leaders have either been removed from the narrative or are on their way out. For Liberal Progressives, it’s fun to demolish and destroy history. Because of their increasing influence, Canadian history has already changed. It has become a litany of complaints about the “crimes” of our founding fathers, men with admirable qualities who were doing the best they could in their time. They created an amazing nation, but that’s not good enough. They must pay for their crimes and their ignorance of political correctness.
Sir Wilfred Laurier
The latest target is Sir Wilfred Laurier. The Bank of Canada has announced that it is looking for a new design for the five dollar bill. That’s the denomination Laurier is on. Apparently he isn’t good enough any more. They want someone cooler, hipper and more progressive than Laurier was. The only problem is that he was a trend setter in his time, a forward thinker, chic, dapper and dedicated to Canada’s betterment and future. He was a real progressive, a believer in progress and Canada’s future. No matter, he must go. He should have known, you see, what our values would be and have acted accordingly. But he didn’t, and he doesn’t represent a grievance group. He tried not to play identity politics with his “Sunny Ways” policy ( the term was originally his, Justin Trudeau just appropriated it) and did his best to find solutions to the problems of his time. Sorry, not good enough.
The Real Motive
What’s behind all this? Nothing less than the social engineering of Canada. We don’t yet know who or what will be on the five dollar bill, but we know that they will likely represent an “oppressed” group of some kind, perhaps one that only stands for a small percentage of the population. That’s what left wing social justice warriors want, and for the moment they have a lot of power. They will not be content until you don’t recognize Canada, and terms like “English Canadian” or “Old Stock” Canadian are gone. Am I exaggerating? Not by much.
On Oct. 19th, 2015 and on Oct. 22, 2019 Canada began a terrible process of deconstruction. Those were the dates of the last two federal elections, and elections matter. The traditional narrative of Canada is the correct one, but the Liberal Party of Canada, an ideological regime, is dead set on destroying it. Along with shaming traditional Canadians, they are attempting to eradicate all signs of our once proud history. Taking Sir Wilfred Laurier off the five is just the latest step in doing so. If we care about Canada we should resist them, and we can start with the five dollar bill. Write your local M.P. and tell them that Laurier belongs on that bill and no one else.