The Reformer's Firebrand

*-{The New Canadian Colonist's Advocate }-* A commentary of fiery reformist sentiment from the spirit of it's 210 year old Canadian ghost publisher patron. This will be a home to the new wave of anti-partisan advocacy for defeating Canada's second "family compact" and reinstallation of responsible governance in this 21st century new Canadian democratic dominion.

Wednesday, June 29, 2005

The Obligatory Dominion Day Sappyness ( Canuck style)

My blog buddy Paul over at celestial junk, asked some pertinent questions that I think all true Canadian patriots should answer on this upcoming Dominion day....time to reflect...the answers we give tell us more about the depth of our Canadian character and cultural experience than they do anything else. So to satiate your curiosity and to slake Paul’s request for my response to these questions, here goes:


The questions are as follows:


1) What is your favorite Canadian natural geographic location?

Waterton Lakes Region (AB) without doubt. It’s a mystical place where you can regain your natural gravity in the most beautiful place on the planet.

2) What do you think is Canada’s most admirable cultural trait?

Our inherent sense of “fairness”. Lately this trait has been hijacked by a manipulative partisan Canadian media that spins a politically motivated alternate reality and distorts our sense of what is fair. The secondary effect is that this constant mind washing deconstructs traditional/historic Canadian values and national character. If you belive the media's spin this nation is less than 40 yeras old and was founded by our first communist PM.

3) What is your most memorable Canadian travel experience?

Kayaking the Mackenzie river and panning for gold along the way.

4) What is your favorite Canadian hideaway?

I won’t tell because it is such an undiscovered diamond...it’s secluded between two mountain ranges and has a deep glacial lake and a turn of the century western CPR town that has changed little...along with the salmon stocks. Life slows and has true value there.

5) What do you think is Canada’s more admirable political trait?

Of late I can’t think of any desirable political trait...most are despicable. Historically, I suppose it was the decorum and integrity our parliamentarians had to have with all the lack of legal restraint....operation on “convention”. However these days the governing house is so callous and unprincipled that we can no longer afford to have “conventional” rules...we need these rats held criminally liable for the common malfeasance they engage in.

6) What do you think is Canada’s most exiting event?

Well socially or culturally I can’t think of anything we created, since we sold off Hockey to the US, that I would call “exciting”...we are a boring lot culturally. As far as natural events go I have to say the aurora borealis.

7) What is the most thrilling experience you have had with Canadian nature?

Thrilling?? Well, had to be my Grizzly encounter or the time I was stuck at tree line when a summer snow squall came in and we had just summer clothing...but had a tarp in the pack...thrilling? Yah...never forget.

8) What, if anything, does Canada hold that you’d lay your life down for?

Recently nothing. Politically and bureaucratically Canada is a basket case and on the slide to civil serfdom. I was prepared to fight to the death for our democratic way of life and civil freedom but this has all but vanished with the advent of the grasping tentacles of bureaucratic tyranny from the expanding secular socialist-conformist state....I will fight and die for my personal freedom and the lives of my family....Canada’s officialdom has my contempt, not my loyalty...in this age of kleptocratic tyranny "loyalty" belongs to my family and my love of freedom....not this degenerate state.


9) What is for you, the single most positive defining characteristic of Canada?

The fact that, historically, our population’s national character was forged though adversity.... simply put we are a people who persevere under adverse conditions. We have had extreme climate and geographical obstacles to conquer as well as a long history of over bearing poor governance and a miniscule economy run by a small selfish central cartel...but our people still persevere under these adverse conditions. This is a benign thing. The American national character is was forged in the fires of battle for freedom.....ours was forged in a 200 year struggle with weather and autocratic, elitist governance.

So my duty is done. As a jaded 6th Generation Canadian who has flagging loyalty towards a degnerated bureaucratic infastructure of this nation. I do love her people and her places, but our government is a God awful abomination to anyone who values freedom, integrity and an existance free of nanny state thought control.

5 Comments:

Blogger Aizlynne said...

Waterton is spectacular for sure WL. I like the way they have kept it unspoiled. Waterton is what Banff used to before the Asian invasion.

I have been at the treeline unprepared too... but luckily not in heavy snow (just really cold rain and wind). Nothin like the mountain life.. that's why I moved to Alberta from Ontario.

June 30, 2005 at 4:15 PM  
Blogger Zubari Zubari said...

Happy "Canada Day" (Dominion Day) Everyone.

God Bless The Old Bitch!

July 1, 2005 at 9:58 AM  
Blogger Zubari Zubari said...

10 Ways to Celebrate Diversity on CANADA DAY:

1) Free Canayjin citizenship for everyone in China

2) Demand that the Senate immediately ratify C-38

3) Declare war on America

4) Honourary citizenship for Robert Mugabe

5) Appoint Karla Teale-Homolka to the Supreme Court

6) Invite Svend Robinson for a sleepover with your son

7) Forgive all debts for all Canayjins

8) Demonstrate felching in an elementary school Social Sciences class

9) Feed one of your limbs to a bear

10) Kill yourself by watching only Canayjin TV shows

July 1, 2005 at 10:38 AM  
Blogger Zubari Zubari said...

10 Ways to Celebrate Diversity on CANADA DAY:

1) Free Canayjin citizenship for everyone in China

2) Demand that the Senate immediately ratify C-38

3) Declare war on America

4) Honourary citizenship for Robert Mugabe

5) Appoint Karla Teale-Homolka to the Supreme Court

6) Invite Svend Robinson for a sleepover with your son

7) Forgive all debts for all Canayjins

8) Demonstrate felching in an elementary school Social Sciences class

9) Feed one of your limbs to a bear

10) Kill yourself by watching only Canayjin TV shows

July 1, 2005 at 10:38 AM  
Blogger W.L. Mackenzie Redux said...

Wow, I have a home site for jaded Canadians ;-)

Like the idea of declaring war on the US.....gives the yellow assed beer can patriots a real chance to be Kanukistani commie martyrs ;-0

July 1, 2005 at 4:08 PM  

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