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Canadians should not have the right to undermine another’s government

By Lethbridge Herald on September 27, 2023.


 Should a Canadian citizen be permitted to promote the formation of a new country within the borders of a neighbouring country? Should he be allowed to join with others, and demonstrate using signs proclaiming the name of this new state?

It should not be surprising that the leadership of this neighbouring country would view Canada as complicit in attempting to undermine its’ government.

By law, Canadians should feel free to express their views loudly and boldly, however when joining with others in parades overtly advocating the formation a new state, this must be viewed as totally improper.

In my view it is understandable for the leadership of such a “neighbouring state” to consider extreme measures curtailing such actions.

Herman Gom


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Kal Itea

Simple as abc, Canada is a democracy.People of rights under the laws.


wow, the freedom to assemble, express opinions, but only when the govt says when and what. good news is it is legal and a right to be able to express support for one’s beliefs.