‘Canada avoided the casualties and slowly bored the British away’

Gavin McInnes writes:

Today the Queen remains on the money and she is still technically the head of state, but unlike Scotland, Canada is a country because it can do what it wants. (They attended the Olympics Parade of Nations and unlike Great Britain avoided most Worst Dressed lists.)

Like Britain, Canada has its own groups it is trying to dupe into thinking they’re independent. The Indians there are told they’re sovereign and are even allowed to police themselves. The government gives them free houses but when the Indians try to sell their houses, they realize it was never really theirs. The state still owns the land. It’s state-sponsored freedom.

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