CANADIAN HISTORY PRINCIPLES, BELIEFS AND VALUES


PRINCIPLES - BELIEFS - VALUES
01/02/2010

CENTRAL CANADA 

CANADIAN HISTORY PRINCIPLES - BELIEFS - VALUES ??
CANADIAN HISTORY 1867-1899
CANADIAN HISTORY 1900-1999
CANADIAN HISTORY 2000-2009
          CANADIAN HISTORY 2010-2019

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This historical section is an attempt to understand the evolution of Principles, Beliefs and Values from confederation (1867) to present times in Canada.

During this twentieth century, Social Engineering was employed, to change or engineer the views and behavior of Canadian citizens.  It is the art and science of manipulating the People.

The Governing Principles of Canada are:

THE ORIGINAL PEOPLE - THE MODERN TREND

A Spirit Quest                           -  A self centered quest

Women/children first                  -  Self gratification first

Wonder and hope                      -  Despair and boredom

Spiritual occasional use drugs     -  Excessive use drugs, alcohol

Caring and sharing                      -  Exploitation of others

Industrious, pride, satisfaction      -  Others are the problem

A 1,000 mile journey begins with the first step.

The People held four great truths:

  1. The importance of the family unit as the center,
  2. An evolving understanding of right and wrong, tied to ritual,
  3. A balancing of the needs of one with the needs of the many, and
  4. Maintaining inner and external harmony with nature.

THE FOLLOWING ATTRIBUTES ARE LISTED FOR THE TWO MAJOR CULTURES
These were collected during the research of early New France
and basically cover the period of.
1600 - 1700 AD

ABORIGINAL CANADIANS             ABORIGINAL EUROPEANS

 Maternal based society                 Paternal based society
 Good and Evil                               Universal guilt (Original Sin)
 Pleasant After Life                         Hell and Damnation
 Honesty in words and actions        The end justifies the means
 Maintenance (Husbanding)            Exploitation (Perversion)
 Freedom of words and actions       Subjugation to Church & King
 Sharing                                            Monopoly, Ownership
 Accommodating                              Intolerance
 Women are the foundation of life    Women are evil incarnate
 Tolerance                                          Absolutism
 Mobility                                             Tied to land
 Naturalist                                          Self-denial
 Child Love                                         Child Discipline

 

Social engineering is driven by: 

A desire to be powerful and great.
A desire to be educated and rich.
A desire to be famous.
A desire to be infallible.

PRINCIPLES are primary rights that transcend culture to provide the foundation of our conduct.


SOME EXAMPLES OF RIGHTS
A right to life.
A right to liberty (freedom).
A right to security of person.
A right to pursuit of happiness.
A right to work.

The First victims are women who are considered evil incarnate and must be suppressed.
The Second victims are the heathens or uncivilized who should be conquered and enslaved.
The Third victims are men as mankind is intrinsically evil and needs an autocratic rule.
The Forth victim is God who is deemed sinful, evil and vengeful.

BELIEF is the acceptance of something being true or real. Beliefs are the sum of our knowledge, experience and visions.


SOME TYPES OF BELIEFS

FAITH is a blind acceptance of a belief without verification or knowledge.

JUDGMENT is a qualified understand of a belief. As an example; a hypothesis, a theory or a fact.

POLICY is a statement of beliefs that members of a group are expected to follow that may or may not be rational.

VALUES are the means to support the formulation of action, they establish scope (guidelines) and measurable results (standards). Values can be rigid such as absolute rules 'thou shalt not do' or generalized such as 'love one another'.

PHILOSOPHY some would say that philosophy is a statement summarizing the Principles, Beliefs and Values that translate into attitudes and concepts held by individuals or groups. Others would say Philosophy is the sum of Vision, Knowledge, Experience and Principles.

We can determine our philosophy but once established it determines us and our actions.

The most difficult things to change are systemic beliefs because individuals are not aware of cause and effect.

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