There should be no limit to the ambitions we have for our future.
Canada is a nation with limitless potential. We have amazing people, nearly endless resources, and – even though many of our ‘leaders’ try to deny it – we have the best values in the world.
There is no nation on earth with as much potential as Canada.
However, despite the greatness of our nation, our full potential remains unfulfilled because of the elites who rule over the country.
They have tried to lower our expectations by always focusing our attention and resources outside of our country, encouraging us to be dependent on other nations, rather than being more self reliant. They are trying to deny the value of freedom that our country is based upon, and are attempting to substitute that with identity politics and a ‘post-national’ state.
And, when it comes to our ability to defend our own territory, those in power have allowed our military to wither away while letting our borders be treated as a joke.
As a result, the greatness that is Canada is increasingly put at risk.
Yet, it doesn’t have to be this way, and Canada Day is a chance to reflect on how we can achieve our full potential.
A key problem with our current federal leaders is their willingness to put Canada’s interests behind their globalist ideology.
Canada is being held back by carbon taxes, regulations, and internal trade barriers that weaken our self-sufficiency, reduces our prosperity, and makes us far more vulnerable.
We also lack a strong defence industry, which means that not only is our defence reliant on other countries (particularly the US), but we can’t even build our own equipment in many cases. For example, even as the Trudeau government talked ‘tough’ about tariffs on US steel, they approved the use of US steel for Canada’s new naval ships, which are also being built at a shipyard owned by the US.
Clearly, Canada should be taking our own national defence and our own military production into our own hands.
Repealing the carbon tax, reducing regulations, breaking down the trade barriers between our provinces, and building up our defence industry would all bring us closer to our full potential.
We also need to ensure that our resources – both financial resources and energy resources – are used here at home first.
We need pipelines and refineries to bring our oil across our nation. And we need to stop sending billions of foreign aid to other countries, and direct that money towards helping our Veterans, homeless Canadians, and Canadians living in poverty. We must take care of our own first and foremost.
And, above all, we must always stay true to our Canadian Values, remembering that freedom must be defended at all costs.
Those seven things, eliminating the carbon tax, reducing regulations, taking down internal trade barriers, building up our defence industry, using Canadian oil across our country, spending our financial resources on our own people, and staying true to our values, will help Canada achieve our full potential, while reducing our vulnerability in an uncertain world.
So, while Canada Day is a day to celebrate and appreciate what we have, let’s never forget that we could have so much more.