May 06 2010

Majority of Canadian Youth Are Spoiled Useless Cowards

Decades of teaching moral and cultural relativism have taken their toll on our once proud national psyche. Indeed, the brave young Canadian soldiers who are fighting the good fight for freedom are not at all representative of their generation. From the Chronicle Herald:

A clear majority of younger Canadians say they would not have volunteered in 1939 to help liberate Europe and defeat Nazism, according to the poll.

I can hear the arguments by these gutless pimply-faced simps in my head: “It’s their culture to enslave their neighbors, put ethnic minorities into death camps and machine-gun lines of starving civilians. We can’t judge them. After all, democracy isn’t perfect. Just look at our Prime Minister! He’s the real monster.”

Listen up, kids. Freedom is not free and tyranny is not peace.

This is now very un-Canadian behavior

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7 Responses to “Majority of Canadian Youth Are Spoiled Useless Cowards”

  1. Chaseon 06 May 2010 at 11:10 pm

    Sadly, it might be that they didn’t understand what the word Nazism meant.

  2. Becon 06 May 2010 at 11:17 pm

    WELL the men in my life are not, including the boys but I can say that my F-I-L became an anti-war fanatic because he served in the WW2 on a Corvette.
    His courage is not something that I was ever witness to but his trauma was. When we took him to the last known existing Corvette that resides in HAlifax harbour it was like watching a kid relive his nightmare. Soooo he was never a hero but he absolutely served.

    I suspect some kids have it and others don’t but I do believe that if faced with the annilation of their country, many kids woud step up….About 40% of the population’s, children…

  3. Timothyon 07 May 2010 at 12:14 am

    Even when evil triumphs – as it has and will (temporarily) – the workings of justice proceed apace.

    It is appropriate to remember that it is not merely the civilization of “the greatest generation” for which the youth of today refuse to fight.

    The civilization which you would defense is now *celebrating* the 50th anniversary of the pill. We are celebrating the perversion of feminism that rejoices in the killings of countless millions of human beings killed for the sake of our “lifestyle”.

    The piper will be paid in full. But let us not mourn a false past. Why men fight and die are not merely the defensible, the things which must be preserved. We fight and die because of our evils, our weakness, our lack of moral imagination.

  4. jnarveyon 07 May 2010 at 6:59 am

    Thanks, y’all.

    But Timothy, I don’t get it. What the hell has the birth control pill got to do with anything?

    Maybe you’re a bit fuzzy on the science? The “pill” is not an abortion pill. It prevents contraception in the first place… which ain’t a bad thing for those of us moderns who like to have some control over their lives and family planning. In any case, there is no killing of countless human beings taking place because of birth control pills.

    What a weird distraction.

  5. dollopson 07 May 2010 at 7:01 am

    Bec: Threats of annihilation are not equal. Hitler’s hatred was not directed at our culture, but the jihaddists’ is. To the list of odious philosophies add progressivism in which all have licence to work the system and their neighbours to their own advantage. Canadian decency and prosperity are under threat of annihilation at the hands of the “spoiled, useless, cowards” whose apathy leaves us undefended against the leftist agenda.

  6. Timothyon 07 May 2010 at 7:36 am


    What’s the relevance of our plans and ambitions compared to our nature and destiny, you ask?

    Today’s youth don’t want to go to war for the same reason you think the pill is irrelevant to the value we place on the lives of children. We only want control over our own lives. The rest is a distraction.

    We have our fun, our pill. Why indeed should out imagination be stretched to worry about the Nazis over in Europe over a generation’s distance away?

    That’s exactly where our priorities are. To some, jnarvey, that’s only troublesome when transposed into the past. Take a very little imagination to anticipate where we are heading. It isn’t exactly like jazz, because “never” is a lot longer than a generation.

    I know, our plans loom large, and the outcomes seem faint and far away. It does seem a lot like a distraction. Perhaps we shouldn’t worry about it. The impetuous of our earthy lives is too strong for muttered warnings.

    Tomorrow never comes you say. The young ones say that yesterday is gone for good. Two sides of the same coin I’m afraid.

  7. bull calleron 10 May 2010 at 5:30 pm

    I don’t get it “Jon”,

    What are you saying here? The fact that we are comparing youth that have a completely different background and frame of reference, or that people don’t like your dear leader Mr. Harper?… I think your statements are confused.

    For that matter, where would YOU stand??? How come you are sitting in Vancouver tweeting and blogging, complaining about all of us ungrateful leftys and kids who don’t blindly agree with what is happening in afghanistan? With the statements you’ve just made where are your testicles and why aren’t YOU over there, or wherever as a member of the military?

    He who is without sin, my friend. Its a bit hypocritical to challenge others for their personal choice in warfare and military careers when you yourself have a.) Never made that choice and b.) chastise others for not making that choice either.

    Pimply faced simps? Have a look in the mirror, bub.

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