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To most people, the Canadians are a somewhat dull, simple witted people who inhabit our world without creating too many ripples.
Solid, honest, dependable … if a little boring.
Think the Belgians but with polar bears and warmer winter coats.
But – much like Belgians, as it happens – a Canadian’s soul is as black as the pine pitch with which he glues together his cosy log cabin home.
Whether clubbing a seal or machine- gunning an Eskimo, the Canadian is never happier than with the warm smell of fresh death in his nostril.
Over the past week we have seen the barbaric alleged crimes of Ontario-born Luka Magnotta unfold before a vomiting world.
To Canadians, committing a brutal sex crime is as normal as attending an ice hockey match, or fishing for supper through a hole cut in a frozen lake.