A Quebecois, to be specific: Paul Comtois, the one-time representative of Queen Elizabeth II in his province, died a martyr. In 1966. In Canada. The story comes courtesy of the ever-interesting Andrew Cusack. I’ll just add one observation: A society that can produce men like Paul Comtois will survive, replicate itself, and prevail. If we wish to save the West, we must see about producing better Westerners.
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