Letter to the editor: Given us hope

Greg Sween discusses democracy and Athur Topham's freedom.

Editor:

Freedom is what Canada is all about.

The thousands of lives given in the wars prove that.

Every man and woman has the right to be free to expose or bring awareness to the cause of freedom.

Arthur Topham has every right to prove himself a good citizen in Canada, to provide access for views on suspicious or questionable operations as you are.

That’s part of the evolution of democracy. The countless sacrifices Arthur has made for you gives us hope. A new world has come. Longer boards are coming to get you. Hold on to the shore. If you want hate, it’s not from him. I have known him for 30 years. He wants discussion on any topic relevant to today.

He wants everyone to be free.

Simple as that.

Greg Sween

Quesnel

 

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