There is nothing so dangerous as speaking the truth.
Cherry stands by his remarks. “That’s the way I feel and I’m not changing it and I don’t regret a thing,” he said on Newstalk 1010.
“I still feel that everybody in this country that likes our way of life — these beautiful people gave their lives in their 20s and in their teens for our way of life — they should wear a poppy. If that’s offensive, then there’s nothing I can do about it.”
Cherry said nobody said anything about the comments to him before he left the studio Saturday night, and it wasn’t until Sunday that he caught wind of any dissatisfaction from Sportsnet heads. “Sunday I knew they were unhappy, but today was the day they lowered the boom,” he said Monday.
I didn’t think it was possible to despise the multi-cult agenda more, but I was wrong.
This is what it’s come to: a cynical political strategy devised to create permanent Liberal voting blocks through the wholesale importation of immigrants is now undermining one of the few truly Canadian traditions we all share: the wearing of a poppy — and you’re a hater if you say it out loud.