The identity-politics pushers want to destroy Canada’s history, and wipe out the principles upon which our nation was founded.
A far-left extremist group has desecrated a statue of Canada’s Founding Father John A. Macdonald in Montreal.
The desecration took place ahead of a march against Bill 62 – the highly popular anti-face covering law.
In a statement, the Collectif de resistance antiraciste de Montreal said “On the eve of an important demonstration against hate and racism in Montreal, a group of anonymous local anti-colonial, anti-racist, anti-capitalist activists have successfully defaced the historical monument to Canada’s first Prime Minister, John A. Macdonald, located in downtown at Place du Canada.”
They also compared the desecration to the removal of Confederate statues in the U.S., and said “activists” “decided to target the John A. Macdonald statue as a clear symbol of colonialism, racism and white supremacy.”
This is a very disturbing action, as it shows that identity-politics extremists are intent on desecrating and insulting Canada’s history, all in an effort to replace it with their own ideology.
Unfortunately, rather than push for a respect for our history and historical figures (which includes acknowledging mistakes while not judging past figures by the standards of today), many politicians feed into identity politics in an attempt to win votes. This weakens our nation, and gives more power to those who seek to destroy the foundation of our country.
Unless Canadian Patriots stand up for our country and push back against identity politics, the unity of our nation will continue to erode, until Canada is nothing more than name on a map.
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