The White Rose

“1942, Germany. Behind closed doors and in hidden facilities the piles of corpses grew, the streets were stained with blood. 2015, Canada. Is our condition so different? 300 tiny bodies ripped to pieces, 300 innocent children dismembered every single day before taking their first breath.”

one teenage girl against trudeau

**Author’s Note: All bolded words are quoted from the six leaflets of the White Rose resistance group.

History was given to us so we could learn from it. Winston Churchill said that, “those that fail to learn from history, are doomed to repeat it.” So I want to take all of you on a journey, back into history. Because we have not learnt from the past, and as a result we live in a country where it is acceptable to kill our children.

You may have noticed the white rose on the top of my blog.

What do you think about when you see a white rose? Innocence? Purity? Sympathy?

When I see a white rose, I think about young adults looking at a world of injustice around them and being appalled. I think about a few incredibly brave students who spoke out against the injustice, against the prevailing attitude…

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