The following quote is taken from a second World War letter I’d recently read. It was written by a former Kingman Alberta resident, a father and community leader, who became a soldier and went to fight in the war. It is a reflection of a question asked of another soldier who also volunteered to go to war, of his reason to do so. This quote resonated with me. 

“I would say that I was fighting the war to rid the world of fear – of the fear of fear is perhaps what I mean. If the Germans win this war, nobody but little Hitler will dare do anything. All courage will die out of this world. 

The courage to love, to create, to take risks, whether physical, or intellectual, or moral. This all spontaneously will die out of the world. The oxygen breathed by the soul, so to speak, will vanish and mankind will whither… 

Christianity means to me, on the social plane, freedom, man’s humanity to man. I believe that we should all make our contribution to the betterment of humanity.” 

End quote.  Amen to that. 

The spirit of those times, of duty, faith, community and God lives on in this, the heartland of Alberta and Canada. We’re living in a new war, another cultural and societal war where fear strikes the hearts of humanity once again. We’re living in another moment when many more must find their courage to love, to take risks, physically, intellectually, and morally. 

Only finding that courage will win the day. 

Another New Year, another day, another story being relayed to me by a parent who had to take action, take matters into their own hands in defending the well-being and life of their child. More stories yet of brutal vaccine injuries, loss of life, turbo cancers, disease and death, of the continued plight of Alberta and Canadian political prisoners and other parents fighting for their children within Canada’s brutal and broken public institutions.   

I’m confident the entire country has lost its moral compass, specifically when it comes to caring for the health and well-being of Canadian children. Were we ever a moral community in that regard? I’m no longer confident in that. 

As thousands of affluent, wealthy, Canadians flee Canada, those who don’t have the means to do so are forced to become ‘vigilantes’ in taking action to defend themselves and their children. There are many people, from all walks of life, who’ve had to learn the law on their own accord, who live hell on Earth fighting for their children, many more living in fear that their children will be taken, parents and grandparents threatened, silenced, as their children suffer.   

To those with the means or positions to do more (you know who you are) as many Albertans and Canadians suffer abuses, atrocities, injustice and a genocidal betrayal at the hands of governments and bureaucrats, please do not continue to stand idly by, or defend the indefensible, or flee. 

This latest story is yet another example I’ve heard, of a parent fighting for the life and well-being of their child and then being criminalized in that. This, while the lives of many children are being neglected, abused, taken by government, bureaucracy and society, in inflicting and/or standing idly by as immoral acts against children continue.

Abortion, MAID, crippling and/or lethal vaccinations, sexual identity confusion, sexual predation, trafficking, children living in perpetual dysfunction, poverty, turmoil and despair, facing physical, psychological abuse and predation, leading to trauma and addictions. Many children live in pain and suffering, without hope, many taking their own lives in that! 

Canada went dark long ago. It is my hope and my prayer to call upon Albertans and Canadians to come together and rally behind Canada’s children. To have the courage to see their suffrage, to shine a light on their pain, suffering and despair, and then to fight for them. 

As a community, as a Province and Nation, if we cannot stand together in that, then where are we as a people and society? I’ve been told I’ve a God complex, or that I’m too spiritual. When I’m simply a man who sees the pain and suffering of others, of men, women and children. My only wish and prayer is to see their suffering come to an end. I dedicate my life to theirs.

May God fill the hearts of humanity with courage. 


“The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing. He makes me lie down in green pastures, He leads me beside quiet waters, He refreshes my soul. He guides me along the right paths for his name’s sake. Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.

Psalm 23; A Psalm of David.

You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies. You anoint my head with oil; my cup overflows. Surely your goodness and love will follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.”

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