What better occasion than Remembrance Day weekend to reflect on the citizenship that veterans fought for and that many soldiers died for.
For a very long time there have been two citizenships in Canada. There was the citizenship of Canadians who came from the civilization of the St. Lawrence Valley and there was the citizenship of those who were not part of this group. In general, the St. Lawrence civilization thought itself superior to the rest of the country.
Then there was the citizenship that came from the Trudeau Liberals. It was fractured into three. For those fifteen years Canadians lived under a political philosophy called Pyramidal Federalism. Ontario and Quebec were on top. BC, Alberta and Manitoba were in the middle. Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, PEI, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland formed the bottom of the pyramid.
Today Canadian citizenship has mutated again and a fourth type citizen of known as the gays seems to exist. This group again brings a new form of dominant/submissive game to the Canadian landscape. Inside of gay Canada there are those who identify themselves as: Trudeau, Bourassa or the Jew.
This sub group seems to think they have the right feed anywhere in Canada. They think that they have the right to come down in places like Vancouver and forcibly bring any male, gay or not gay, into their baby.