The Character of a New Separatist

When one looks at the character of the average Canadian, it is clear that Canada is in it’s last days.

Canadians are lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boasters, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, unloving, unforgiving, slanderers, without self control, brutal, not lovers of good, treacherous, rash, conceited, lovers of pleasure.

While there is no hope for Canada, that does not mean there is no hope.  I believe the opposite is true.

At the end of this nation is unbridled and unprecedented opportunity.

The question then is, how do each of us individually realize and capitalize on those opportunities before us?

The answer is simple.

As Canada is in it’s dying days: build up the character that is opposite to the mainstream Canadian character.

Do not be a lover of self or a lover of money.

Do not boast, be proud, or abusive.

Obey your elders and set an example for the young.

Be grateful, holy, loving, and forgiving.

Do not slander others.

Exercise self control.

Be gentle, a lover of good, loyal, tempered, selfless, and practice delayed gratification.

Only by individually and personally building the character of being independent can we form the communities with the ability to make separation from the dying state of Canada a reality.

Each of us has to be serious about personally separating ourselves from what it means to be Canadian – or more accurately, what it means to be Canadian today.

What Canada once was, is not what Canada is today.

Canada once was a growing and expanding nation.  A nation capable of great feats of heroism and honor.  Intelligence and ingenuity.  Glory and freedom.

Canada will never be any of these things again, and the only escape from the dismal Canadian future is separation.

It will not be easy.

When we separate, we will experience hardship unlike anything anyone of us alive today has ever experienced.

Only with great character will we each of us persevere, endure and build a nation greater than anything we separated from.

When the hardship passes, I am confident future generations will be grateful for the nation we passed on to them.

They will marvel at the character we possessed to be able to bring it into existence.

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