United States Air Force Band Assaults Canada Day Week in Toronto on July 2
my view, the scheduled appearance of the United States Air Force Band
at Nathan's Phillips Square in Toronto to "celebrate Canada Day and U.S.
Independence Day" on July 2, 2019 in totally in bad taste.
Canada Day celebrates how our "Fathers of Confederation" quickly banded
together to forge a Canadian nation against U.S. military designs to
annex parts of all of Canada.
The Fathers of
Confederation were quite aware of how the "military ancestors" of the
United States Air Force invaded us in 1812 and then placed fifth columns
in Canada led by Goldwin Smith to advocate for a "Commercial Union"
between Canada and the U.S. as the first step toward a U.S. sought
take-over of Canada during the President Andrew Jackson regime.
I am quite fine with the idea of a group of American private citizens celebrating in a respectful way their Independence Day.
an arm of the U.S. military dressed in full military outfits in the
name of a "band" seeking to apparently merge of Canada Day with their
Independence Day is quite offensive at least to this Canadian.
their visit, the band will be performing for veterans at Sunnybrook
Veterans Centre and at the U.S. Independence Day celebration at the
Ontario Science Center. "SuperSonic" is a six-piece band and it is the
newest ensemble of The United States Air Force Band, the premier musical
organization of the U.S. Air Force. SuperSonic specializes in
performing Top 40 pop, rock, classical rock and country music."
it's apparent that the U.S. Consulate representatives who released their press release
can't even respect our national and cultural sovereignty by even spelling
'centre' or 'defence' properly. [LOL]
our modern defence partnerships give the United States Consulate
license to disrespect our week of celebration for Canada Day?
the U.S. Air Force band wants to play in their uniforms in Canada, they
ought to confine themselves to the precincts of the United States
Consulate or to a gathering of U.S. citizens in Canada and not in a
public square as if our own Canadian military doesn't exist. In this
respect, the United States Consulate is not acting out of friendship in a
manner of profound disrespect to all those Canadians who lost their
lives fighting against their military ancestors who invaded Canada in
1812 and profound disrespect to our struggle as Canadians to affirm our
national sovereignty against the kind of U.S. imperialism which this
July 2nd event represents.