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Originally posted by ipsedixit
The real test ahead is for the Canadian people, not the Canadian government. Will the Canadian people stand by for the dilution and erosion of Canadian culture, rights and sovereignty?
Originally posted by Tybrus
On that note I have a friend in Louisville KY who is "all american" but uses a Canadian flag on his backpack when he travels too.
Originally posted by SaviorComplex
What?!? What the hell are you talking about? Canadians have culture!?!
Originally posted by TheComte
Canadian culture consists mainly of hockey, beer, bacon, and women. Oh, and you have to admit we have some good comedians up here.
Oh my God! The name of my city is far too sweet and beautiful to pass over the blistered, chapped lips of some damned Canadian! Don't ever debase my fair city again by speaking her name!
Originally posted by SaviorComplex
No, no I don't. Nothing good ever came out of Canadia...only rot and boogers!
Originally posted by not so crazy cannuck
My theory is simple in 2010 the winter olyimpics will be in Vancouver Canada bringing all the worlds leaders in together in one stadium. a perfect oppertunity for a false flag operations leading to the use of US troops to cross the border and ocuppy Canada. Now why I belive this is very simple a friend of mine has an co-op with Natural Resources Canada a goverment organization resposible for all the satillite mapping of Canada and as part of the secruity for the US president and atheletes has been sending maps of not only vancouver but also Ottawa the capital of Canada, Tronto canadas largest city , Montreal the second largest city, and Calgary the center of the cadian oil trade and fourth largest city. none of wich are involved in any way with the Olyimpics.
some intresting facts about Canada
has a population of 35million only slightly more then Califoria
85% of the candian population lives with in 100 miles of the US border
Canada has the second largest knowen oil reserves in the world
Canada exports more oil to the Us then any other nation
20% of the worlds fresh water resides in canada
Spending became an issue for Adrienne Clarkson during her time as viceroy; under her governor generalcy the budget for her office doubled to $41 million, which included renovations to Rideau Hall and La Citadelle's visitor centres, as well as upgrades of the public facilities and barrier-free access, and restoration work. What garnered the most attention, however, was a nineteen day circumpolar "northern identity" tour comprised of state visits to Russia, Finland, and Iceland, with her husband and fifty other Canadians prominent in various fields, in 2003, which cost in excess of $5 million. The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade commissioned and for the trip but Clarkson's office controlled the general itinerary. The overall spending by the Office of the Governor General led to a parliamentary committee review in 2004, resulting in a cut back for the Governor General's budget for that year.
Great Britain had been at war with France since 1793 and in order to impede neutral trade with France in response to the Continental Blockade, Britain imposed a series of trade restrictions that the U.S. contested as illegal under international law. The Americans declared war on Britain on June 18, 1812 for a combination of reasons, including outrage at the impressment (conscription) of American sailors into the British navy, frustration at British restraints on neutral trade, and anger at alleged British military support for American Indians defending their tribal lands from encroaching American settlers.