Don Cherry Is Right
By Dan Murray and Tim Murray
Just days before Remembrance Day, Canada’s Department of Veterans’ Affairs broadcast a video which presented the views of six Canadians. These people told other Canadians why they should be grateful for the sacrifices that our deceased soldiers and living veterans had made on our behalf. The view of one of the Canadians was priceless:
"I am free…. to stand up for what I believe in… I am free to say what needs to be said."
The test of that freedom came quickly. Two days before Remembrance Day, Don Cherry, 85-year-old Former NHL coach and legendary supporter of Canada’s war veterans, said what has to be said over and over : He spoke of newcomers who have come here to take Canada’s "milk and honey" and then refused to respect their new country. Specifically, they refused to spend two dollars on a poppy and wear it on Remembrance Day. According to Cherry, they should wear a poppy out of respect for one of Canada’s traditions. Yet they do not.
Immediately, Canada’s media disgracefully and shamelessly attacked him! Needless to repeat, our media consists of a delusional collection of hacks who have arrogantly appointed themselves to be Canada’s Supreme Court (Canada’s arbiter of what is right and wrong.) In fact, the media have actually convinced themselves that they have the right to judge everyone according to the media’s cowardly and quisling standards. Let us repeat : Our media are cowards and quislings. Specifically and importantly, according to our media, no one should be allowed to criticize Canada’s mass immigration intake.
So, to pay the media back, let us now judge the media : Let’s start with the worst, the CBC. It is Canada’s relentlessly-overflowing toilet bowl. It reeks of the betrayal of Canada. Every day, at taxpayer expense, it broadcasts its effluent everywhere in the country. Other large media such as CTV, Global (and their equivalents in paper) are much the same. On the immigration issue, they suppress all material that is critical of Canada’s high and unnecessary immigration intake. In contrast, they all love to provide unending time or space to ethnics who want to play the role of victims. And there seems to be no end to the list of so-called victimized ethnics.
Don Cherry is right. Millions of other Canadians have to join him in speaking up. Canada has to do some major flushing at the CBC and elsewhere. Here is how to start the process :
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