Let’s face it, in the eight years Justin Trudeau has been prime minister, everything in this country is in a critical state—the Canadian navy is in critical state, Canadian military etc.
But the most critical thing is Canadian people are homeless. Many of those people are not drug addicted, they are just normal people who got caught in the middle of the most greed this world has ever seen.
As for those who are homeless because of drugs, who are we to judge? We don’t know what kind of trauma those people suffer. Where is our compassion, our empathy, our kindness? We all have it inside us but it’s having a very difficult time coming to the surface. As the old saying goes, walk a mile in my shoes.
I only wish the Canadian people could play the Emergency Act “card”—if there ever was a thing.
This country is in a very sad state
Gerard Foley, Salmon Arm