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Moonlight Graham

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  1. Yes, Canadian indigenous didn't have any domesticated animals they could use for transportation or livestock. They mostly traveled by water.
  2. Or cope with disease early on. The population of indigenous peoples in Canada today is higher than it was estimated pre-Columbus. A lot of Aboriginals and Europeans got along well in early Canadian history. Indigenous helped early French explorers/settlers survive the winter. They were close partners in the fur trade etc. https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/fur-trade
  3. Not true, you're just making up your own history and law. The "Canadian Crown" is referred to in all of these links https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/crown-canada.html https://www.gg.ca/en/crown https://iscc-iecc.ca/ https://www.mqup.ca/evolving-canadian-crown--the-products-9781553392026.php https://www.monarchist.ca/index.php The Canadian Crown is a completely separate legal entity to the British Crown and Canada is it's own independent, sovereign, and distinct kingdom with zero legal ties to the UK or British Crown and on equal legal footing, it's not a subsidiary: "Canada has been a monarchy for centuries - first under the kings of France in the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, then under the British Crown in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and now as a kingdom in her own right." "The Statute of Westminster in 1931, an act of the British Parliament, gave legal form to this declaration. It gave Canada and other Dominions the authority to make their own laws. One of the key features of the Statute of Westminster of 1931 was the separation the Crowns. As a consequence, the Crown of Canada – separate and distinct from that of the United Kingdom and the other Dominions – was defined in statute." "As already referenced, The Dominion of Canada was created in 1867 with the passage of the British North America Act, 1867. As a consequence, Canada became the first dominion of the then British Empire. Canada’s evolution into full independence / nationhood was undertaken peacefully and over time with key moments being defined by the Battle of Vimy Ridge (1917), the Imperial Conference of 1926, the Statute of Westminster, 1931 and the patriation of the Constitution in 1982." https://www.royal.uk/canada
  4. I don't label myself as "conservative", even if some of my views are conservative. I'm not on a "team" and therefore don't have to defend the regressives. Progressives are destroying this country through their own self-hatred and guilt. If you take this personally i don't apologize, you need to own this failure. Thanks to leftwing governments I didn't learn too much about the history or political systems of this country by the time i graduated high school and had to later educate myself. Prove me wrong by naming Canada's 2nd Prime Minister without looking it up. I'm sure the # of people on this forum who can answer this question is zero or close to it. How many Canadians know the significance of the Statue of Westminster 1931, or the Royal Proclamation of 1763? Also, i don't take criticism of Canada personally, the Canadian government has obviously made many mistakes like any country, but i'm not ashamed of our country or our history in general. I'm not going to call myself a Canadian and hang my head, I'm proud to live in this country. Some on the left even want to cancel Canada Day, they are fools.
  5. In terms of the law, you're incorrect. I'm citing the law and our constitution.
  6. Yes progressives only see the bad "oppressive" aspects of Canadian history and are generally ashamed of our history and too guilt-ridden to celebrate it with much enthusiasm, if at all. They are short-sighted, cowardly, weak, and self-hating losers incapable of defending themselves. Darwinism will relegate them to the dustbin of history in due time, which they're doing to Canada itself as well.
  7. Immigrants need to swear an oath of allegiance to the Queen of Canada and her heirs and successors. If they lie and break the oath, which is an oral legal contract, they can have their citizenship stripped (breach of contract). But of course Trudeau thinks "a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian" and won't even strip oath-breakers who commit acts of terrorism (treason) against the Queen's realm because he's a globalist coward. The British Crown has no authority on North American soil. You're talking about the Canadian Crown. A different legal entity.
  8. Frankly I don't really understand what exactly you believe in. You pledge loyalty to the British Crown but also are an American with allegiance to that republic. But that republic is founded on basis of rejecting the British monarchy. So you either reject King George or you don't.
  9. I thought you fight for the Queen? People have to obey the Queen's laws. Now the King's laws I guess. Canadians dislike Trudeau. He represents the urban and suburban yuppies, mainly from Quebec and Ontario. Not my kind of people.
  10. Canadian nationalism is low. So it's possible that it isn't a nation-state. But it is a state. And it has several sub-nations within it, which is also very dangerous for unity. The gov should push the Canadian national identity, but they do the opposite because they are dumb idealist socialists.
  11. If you don't like the country you're free to leave and give up your citizenship. If it were so horrible you wouldn't live here. And yeah all these days off Trudeau gives himself is dumb. Luckily Canadians don't like Trudeau, and his party lost the popular vote the last 2 elections. Hopefully they're voted out next election.
  12. "Peace, order, and good government" https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace,_order,_and_good_government
  13. Well they did forcefully take children away from their parents also, regardless of intentions.
  14. Every time Trump opens his mouth sh!t comes out. Feces contributes to GHG. Therefore, Trump is a massive emitter of GHG (his mouth poo). CCP also very large.
  15. 2 types of people in the world: 1. Those who believe evidence-based conclusions (science) 2. Those who believes whatever they want to believe regardless of evidence.
  16. Is the elephant in the room something about Muslims or Donald Trump?
  17. I think the deaths might have some similarities to what happened in orphanages, and later, group homes. They still treat kids like crap in group homes, or at least make them a low priority. The cultural genocide part i assume is more unique.
  18. Yes I agree. I never said some aren't radical. I said they are among the least radical, according to polls of Muslims worldwide about their beliefs.
  19. Trump is a traitor to the constitution and his country for his own power. Anyone who disagrees is either a conned fool or support tyranny over democracy just so their boy will win. He should be permanently banned from any political office.
  20. Government-funded healthcare insurance sucks if the government doesn't fund it enough. I think its a human rights travesty. Fund it or privatize it (with a ton of regulation).
  21. Canadian Muslims are some of the least radical/fundamentalist in the world compared to other Muslims in other countries. They are more moderate. According to polls.
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