Raising Flag Of Foreign Countries Reveals Dangerous Attitude Of Weakness Within Canada

‘Canadian niceness’ is becoming pathological weakness.

Many people tend to think that ‘being nice’ is a good thing.

Yet, niceness can become pathological, and it often springs from weakness.

For example, someone who is very physically weak and surrounded by physically strong people will tend to be extra nice, not because of their character, but because it’s their only choice.

Some people also go from being nice to being just walked all over by everyone, getting taken advantage of over and over and over again.

Unfortunately, that seems to be an attitude that is growing within Canada.

You can see it in many ways, from our endless foreign aid announcements, our weak and underfunded military, our inability to adequately defend our own territory, our mistreatment at the hands of foreign nations (particularly China), the contempt with which other world leaders view our ‘leadership,’ and our inability to defend our own resource sector.

And we can also see it in things like the flag raising that almost took place at the Ontario legislature.

The legislature was planning to raise the flag of Communist China, until a public backlash caused them to cancel the move.

Yet, the fact that it was even considered, and the fact that the Chinese flag and other foreign flags have been raised across our country, is a huge problem.

The attitude of ‘niceness’ within Canada has transformed into weakness, and other countries feel they can walk all over us.

Consider China.

After all they have done to our country, threatening us, kidnapping our citizens, destroying Nortel (using stolen info to build Huawei into a massive company), flooding our country with Fentanyl that kills thousands, spreading the CCP Virus, and more, our country refuses to push back.

We haven’t slashed our dependence on foreign students from China, we haven’t enacted foreign homebuyer bans to stop Chinese billionaires from making Canadian cities unaffordable for our own citizens, we haven’t banned Huawei, we haven’t restricted investment from China, we haven’t sanctioned top officials, we haven’t put in new tariffs, and we haven’t strengthened our military.

We have done virtually nothing.

This shows weakness, and the fact that Canadian politicians like Justin Trudeau and Jagmeet Singh get away with such weakness shows many people are completely locked into the idea that Canada can only ever be a passive observer as other nations walk all over us.

The antidote to this of course is to become a stronger nation. And that requires remembering our history. Our ancestors fought and died in WW1 and WW2 to ensure that we could be free. They faced down fear and violence and death, and overcame it all.

And for the many people who immigrated to Canada, their own ancestors also had a history of strength and perseverance to build their original countries and civilizations. They wouldn’t want their descendants to be weak and subservient.

Rather than embracing weakness – which can only end badly – we must re-embrace our original strength and history to protect our country and ensure it survives long into the future.

Spencer Fernando

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Jane

Just consider Trudeau’s 2015 PROMISE to “make Canada the first post national state”,
and – sadly – this all makes sense.

Mel Schobel

We have done virtually nothing!This shows how weak we are when it comes to defending Canada. We allow Trudeau to rape and destroy everything Canada stands for without a murmur from the silent majority. It’s going to take total destruction before we wake up and realize our freedoms have been flushed down the sewer. Not one comment here which is indicative of the complacency demonstrated by the lack of caring on behalf of our Canadian Citizens. They are so afraid of making their voice heard that they would rather die with the words still stuck in their throat, rather than… Read more »

John Galt

I am responsible for a mid-size Canadian manufacturing firm and I have successfully reduced our Chinese inputs by 5% this year. Next year, I plan to reduce total spending on China sourced inputs from 28% to <2%. There are no redeeming qualities of the CCP nor it’s western sycophants in office and media.

john

nice (adj.)

late 13c., “foolish, ignorant, frivolous, senseless,” from Old French nice (12c.) “careless, clumsy; weak; poor, needy; simple, stupid, silly, foolish,” from Latin nescius “ignorant, unaware,” literally “not-knowing,” from ne- “not” (from PIE root *ne- “not”) + stem of scire “to know” (see science). “The sense development has been extraordinary, even for an adj.” [Weekley] — from “timid, faint-hearted” (pre-1300); to “fussy, fastidious” (late 14c.); to “dainty, delicate” (c. 1400); to “precise, careful” (1500s, preserved in such terms as a nice distinction and nice and early); to “agreeable, delightful” (1769); to “kind, thoughtful” (1830).

Ruth

Not gonna happen without another huge, nasty war. I very much hope I’m wrong.

philalexander

Imagine a major city in China hoisting the Canadian Flag and having the Canadian Ambassador making a speech extolling the values and freedoms that Canadians enjoy… By the way why is the sergeant at arms or whatever he is called allowed to fly foreign flags in the first place. It is a public building and the politicians who represent us there are supposedly powerless in this matter. The same politicians who rarely pause in the quest to stick their noses in our private lives when it suits them.

NancyW

Pretending to be “nice” or “polite” as too many people do, Trudeau and some lieberals are a good examples of this. Using this against Canadians who think they are nice when they are not, they are selfish greedy and thoughtless of others, not nice or polite because they do not pay attention and could care less about what happens to their own families very often, or neighbors, or country with bad wasteful fraudulent politics and damaging debt and supporting this as progressive. but it is predatory, not nice, the many demanding new comers, who mostly hate us on arrival but… Read more »

Major Tom

Perhaps it is indicative of the plethora of Communists that have now attained positions of power and influence in our different levels of government………

Bruno

Yes Spencer we were taught to be nice.When the young children joined sports they were taught to share their drinks with their mates and be friendly.At schools was the same thing.The Communist China and other circmstances has changed all that.By being nice they think you are stupid and take advantage of us.Unfortunately not for the better we have to change.Vancouver has always been a friendly city.Only yesterday a man was sleeping in front of McDonald’s ,and there people put by his side a bag of MacDonald’s food a pizza and other articles.Do we really want to change for the worse?

David Henley

Finally, someone standing up for Canada. Weakness is becoming far to standard in our government. Strength in convection and the preservation of our country is seen as wrong. Corruption running rampant within our government yet the people have been far to complacent about it. Afraid of being told racists if you believe in our country. Being silenced through media and it is only a matter of Time before they complete their mission of totalitarian government. The youth have been brainwashed by our education system and yet we still remain silent. The weakness of our government is just a reflection of… Read more »

Moe S.

Spencer, in addition to your excellent analysis, I do believe the majority of our Federal & Provincial politicians are virtuous, obedient cowards. Niceness doesn’t apply to these cowards.

Mark Gallicano

massive debt is also a national security issue

Doug

I dont see the big deal, why not honour China in this way ?

Rob Gillespie

What do you mean, “…our inability to defend our own resource sector.”? There’s no “inability” involved here: this is Justin the Groper’s deliberate means of destroying the economy and the people of Alberta. He is determined to succeed where his father failed. I want him to fail, too. VIVE L’ALBERTA LIBRE!!!