Why Canada 150 is hardly shaking the nation
Everyone loves a party. Whether it marks a birthday, the end of school, a promotion, an important milestone, a party signifies a gathering of like-minded people to celebrate.
It’s encouraging to see that two out of three Canadians want immigrants screened for Canadian values. I assume this means tolerance for other people’s beliefs, religious or otherwise, equality in all respects for women and men, total acceptance of people’s sexuality, etc.
What is very disturbing is that one out of three Canadians must be willing to accept into Canada people who do not subscribe to those fundamental values. So, if you arrive at the Canadian border, regardless of how you feel gay people should be treated, for example, regardless of where you see a woman’s place in society, one in three Canadians would say, “Come on in!”
What is even more disturbing is the very likely probability that the extremely liberal-minded people who think this way make up the majority of media personnel, as well as Liberal government lawmakers.