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Opinion Column by Frosty Wooldridge
With recent events across America, whether it's a 50-50 split on the presidential election, prolific anarchy in our cities or a racial divide as wide as the Grand Canyon, we're facing tremendous riffs from our youth, our 45 million immigrants who were not born here, and our economy.
Once a country loses its sense of national identity, whether by thoughtless mass immigration or loss of connection to our American ethos/culture—we face a national unraveling in the months and years ahead. In other words, if we percolate anarchy or allow cultural upheaval on ever larger scales as seen in the last six months, it portends fragmentation of our blacks vs whites, our young vs old, and our liberals vs conservatives.
The same thing occurs in Canada. Canadians continually lose their identity by importing dozens of cultural identities via millions of immigrants. If you remember what happened to India, they suffered such conflict with tw
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