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Well The US Is Evil, Use Canada Instead.

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Posted by Rich on May 27, 2001 03:18:14 UTC

Canada has a much better system of education and actually insists on gaining physists. Toronto is the most ethically evolved city in the world. Whites, blacks, Indians, Pakistani's, Asians. Look at the US. We are evil. Our resident was appointed by 5 people in a nation where votes are supposed to be counted. He has not been held to a single campaign promise that had nothing to deal with big industry. We would cry about the FBI spy, but then say we did nothing wrong with China. We are hypocrites. However, we don't splash acid in the faces of women that won't have sex with us. We also have very little religious based killings.

AS for the prejudice, there isn't much you can do. You won't be able to change their minds. However, I still insist on going to Canada. No one hates Canada, well except Quebec. If you really want to get out, then I'd suggest just leaving. Easier to say than do, but if you want to do something, you just might need to pick up the roots and plant them somewhere else. Oh yeah, the UN ranks Canada the #1 country to live in. I don't think Pakistan is that high, no offense being made towards the nation though. Oh one more thing. YOu are less likely to be obliterated in a nucleur holocast in Canada.

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