Thursday, 23 October 2014
There's grief and sorrow for the family of the reservist soldier Corporal Nathan Cirillo from Hamilton who succumbed to a terrorist's gunshot while on ceremonial duty at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
In responding to the events let's remember that jihadists are a tiny minority and recall the lesson of Japanese internment and similar mistakes. It could be that Corporal Cirillo's Italian ancestors, if residents of Canada during the Second World War, would have been treated as the enemy.
at 12:00 am