Twelve year old tells it like it is

I have to admire the tenacity and resolve of this girl.

To the Editor:

I wouldn’t be able to sleep if I didn’t pass on this extraordinary YouTube video link;

I have to admire the tenacity and resolve of this girl. If one can simply expand the topic of which she speaks to include the ramifications on the state of the globe today, one can surely see how we, the people, are being enslaved by the system perpetrated upon us by the private banking sector, corporations and the corporate minded governments here in Canada and throughout the world. From resource extraction through human rights violations to re-allocation of wealth from the masses to their “rulers”, this girl has given us reason to grab this tiger by the tail and change its’ demeanor.

Thoughtfully,  Steve Brown, Kaleden

 

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