How Corporal Colin Sterling Saved Blossom, Alberta, and Most of the Rest of the World as Well
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July 19, 2012
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It started with people being racist, hurtful, and mean to natives; even confusing them with wolves. Officer Sterling treats everyone as an equal; citizens of Canada should all be treated the same, and Corporal sterling enforces it the way he should.
The corporal and myself both enjoy doughnuts, although he enjoys them quite a bit more than I do...
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A lot of people in the story seem to be racist towards natives. I'm not comparing myself to a racist person; I'm saying I know a lot of racist people.
I sort of caught on to some inferences in the story, sadly not all of them. When the natives were paralyzed, and the people wanted to stack them in the warehouse for "safe keeping" (out of sight, out of mind), this could represent putting them on reserves...
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