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What Do You Mean Canadians Don’t Have Freedom? | A Peachy Books Comic Strip

Creating a comic strip about the hypocrisy of some Canadians was not only enjoyable but was an effective way to vent some of my unrelenting frustrations with my fellow Countrymen.

With the continued erosion of rights and freedoms in the True North and hearing the unrelenting question, ‘What do you mean Canadians don’t have freedom?’ I thought it was time for another cartoon to answer the question with visual representation.

Please feel free to share this on your social media sites as we attempt to help our friends, family, and neighbours understand what is happening to this beautiful and once-free nation that our ancestors fought so hard to preserve. 

Is bodily autonomy important to you? Do you see it as a right?

9 thoughts on “What Do You Mean Canadians Don’t Have Freedom? | A Peachy Books Comic Strip”

  1. That’s a powerful comic strip, Peachy. What a mess, though I still think it’s better than here in the US. Here, if you can’t afford health insurance you just hang on at home until you die. Poor people can’t even get on a list. Ugh. And talk about body autonomy. That is going away for about 100 million American women. My husband and I were just researching the requirements to retire in Canada. Ack!

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    1. Thanks, Dianne! (sorry, I can’t recall if you are one ‘n’ or two.

      I should be clear, I have always been grateful for our healthcare system. As pitiful as it can be at times, at least people don’t have to sell their homes for cancer treatments, or go into to debt to birth a baby. It’s tragic to see our neighbours to the south suffer as they do at the hands of greedy politicians, big pharma and big insurance.

      I have been watching what is going on with Roe v. Wade. It’s a shocking time to be alive, to be sure. I do believe this chaos being mustered up by the powers that be is all part of the plan: divide and conquer.

      At this point I don’t think there is a place on the planet where we can run to and be free from it.

      Stay strong! ๐Ÿ’œ

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      1. Thanks for the thoughtful reply and I totally agree. And as good as Canada has it, things can always be better, right? Hopefully, we all continue to grow and evolve. The US is getting scary. I think Canada should build a wall. Lol. Hugs. – Diana

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      2. Diana, perfect, I won’t forget now!

        I will keep fighting for my sons right to bodily autonomy and to travel freely, because without those rights, everything else falls apart, in my view, and it hurts me to think that he should have less than my generation in all facets of his life. ๐Ÿ˜”

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