Larry Bagnell responded to A Curse on the Betrayal of Canada:
Thank you for your e-mail. I have had many e-mails on this topic, but I congratulate you as this is by far the most creative use of words that I have received. In fact, I don’t remember receiving such a creative use of words in an e-mail on any topic.
I think you are probably aware by now that the Liberal NDP Coalition was formed when the Prime Minister in his Economic Statement refused to help those Yukoners and other Canadians in need, at this time of economic crisis. As long as everyone concentrates on those in need, how ever this is resolved is good.
(Liberal Party Member of Parliament)
I am surprised you would suggest that this power grab is on behalf of the poor. Even if it were, that does not make it right. The Law of God says:
“Don’t be corrupt when administering justice. Never give special favors to poor people, and never show preference to important people. Judge your neighbor fairly” (Leviticus 19:15 GW).
“But, on the other hand, do not be turned from what is right in order to give support to a poor man’s cause” (Exodus 23:3 BBE).
No one, however, especially those conniving for power, thinks they are trying to overturn the present government in order to provide aid to the indigent constituents of the Yukon. If you truly believe that, you serve the purposes of the plotters in the same manner as the “useful idiots” who call Islam the “Religion of Peace” serve the jihadists and mullahs who plan to subjugate the world in the name of Allah. That would make you an enabler of evil.
Serving the truth is always in the best interest of everyone. As Jesus Christ, Who is the Truth, said:
“He who is not with Me is against Me, and he who does not gather with Me scatters” (Luke 11:23 MKJV)
If you want to do well by your constituents (and all men), that is what you must concentrate on. But if you continue with evildoers, you will reap their reward, especially after being warned.
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Stray curs gather. Alone, they appear docile, even beneficent, thinking to persuade those whose favor they seek that they are able and willing to serve for good.
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