Imagine people betraying you because of your ancestral roots
The concentration camps
"Mr. Spade, who was German, lived at 2 or 4 Jersey Avenue in Toronto. At that time we lived at number 14. This happened after supper because I didn't see it, but I heard them talk about it. A whole gang of men came around and got him and they took him over to Clinton Street. They tarred and feathered him. Why I don't know. Except he was German".
Questions to reflect on
Would the founding fathers approve of this?
How safe does being Canadian make us?
Will this limit Canada in it's future to become independent?
Did the government consider the loss of resources and economy decrease by doing this?
If it can be said that the war on the homeland was for democracy, like the woman's rights, then isn't it contradicting that these men and women lost their fundamental rights, just because their grandparent were German?
Did the government push it too far with the censorship of "enemy culture and literature"?