A thoughtful piece by Charles Lewis of the National Post. Here’s an excerpt.
By now I should be be used to this particular view of the world: it’s one in which only bad people, fanatics and crazies disagree with Canadian values, whatever those are. It is a world of “we” versus “them.” And we all know who “we” are and we certainly know “them.”
It is a world in which certain views are smart and others are for rubes. It is a world in which religion has no place in public life, unless, of course, it is “moderate” religion that is never judgmental, thinks of sin as medieval and whose values are always vague and never challenging to anyone.
It is a world in which anyone who strays outside the narrow realm of proper Canadian debate is an enemy.
Read the full article here.