Wednesday, November 10, 2010

And We Remember Them

Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin.
Lois Hole Public Library Terminal #XI
Edmonton, Alberta

November Xth, MMX

Hon. David G. Hancock, QC, MLA
Minister of Education,
Progressive Conservative, Edmonton-Whitemud

Dear David:

Kudos II St. Gabriel Storefront Cybernetics Catholic (Public) School in St. Albert & all schools in the Province today. Most of these schools are holding their Rememberance Day Services today at about 10am, 10:30am, & 11am. This is I am sure truly appreciated by Canadian Veterans of all wars & today's active duty servicemen & women in both peacekeeping & actual combat theatres. As a man born on Rememberance Day MCMLXXIV (1974) come XXXVI (36) years ago tomorrow, I always am glad to participate in a Rememberance Service every year. These fine folks were injured &/or killed in combat operations, the very least we can do is hold in our hearts a full day of thanks once a year.

By holding their school services on November Xth, schools can allow their students to have a day off the next day with family & friends (& presumably the XIIth as well) to meet up with veterans & attend services of honourarium throughout the Province, & as a matter of fact, throughout the Dominion. So buy a poppy, take time out to remember, watch a war film. Watching these films will show folks how neccessary war is at certain points. It will also show them how stupid it is & how we as Canadians & United Nations World Citizens need II encourage peace instead of killing. Killing is just retarded. Quite frankly, I say its better that we all live in harmony.

Die & Let Live,


Source: The Government Of Canada, Ministry Of Veterans Affairs, Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn.

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