Here’s an example of how, when you read something while wearing racist lenses, you can always find ‘racism’ in others:
“Local paper prints letter to the editor where the letter writer clearly suggests he’s fine with killing indigenous People (reference to Gerald Stanley trial). The letter is littered with subversive anti-Indigenous references.”
Note how the actual letter below doesn’t even mention ‘indigenous’ or ‘aboriginal’ or ‘First Nation’:
“I am 70 years old, and born and raised in Saskatchewan. When I was young, houses were not locked. In the back of a half-ton, you could leave your tools, chain, tires and jack-alls. Back window racks would hold rifles and shotguns. Bikes and toys left in the yard were not taken.
“Nothing is safe anymore. Now, if you try to stop a thief from stealing your possessions, you may be charged.
“Crime costs taxpayers money directly and indirectly. Some examples of direct cost are illegal immigration, paying known terrorists up to $10.5 million, security guards in stores and at public events, Narcan kits and needles used by illegal drug users (diabetics have to buy their own needles). Examples of indirect costs are increased lighting, security systems at homes and businesses, escalating insurance costs, increased costs at stores to make up for theft, and increased police presence.
“Pierre Elliot Trudeau’s 1982 ‘Constitutional Act: Bill of Rights and Freedoms’ changed the legal system. It put the rights of the individual above the rights of society. Now, the criminal often has more rights than the victim…
“When I was young, there seemed to be very few rules, laws and regulations but if you did something wrong, you really got your butt kicked. Today, there are 10 times more laws and regulations, but nobody follows them. Certain special groups (pipeline protesters) are allowed to break the rules and laws. Disrespect for the law goes to the highest office. Justin Trudeau said an injustice had been done after the Gerald Stanley trial.
“There needs to be more respect for police, teachers, parental authority and legal authority. If you do something wrong, you should accept the consequences. In other words, if you do the crime, you should be willing to do the time.”
–‘Canada’s laws aren’t working like they used to’,
Letter to the Editor, Lethbridge Herald, July 5, 2019
Gord Dykstra, North Battleford, Sask.
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