raffy_handsome Posted August 29, 2010 Report Share Posted August 29, 2010 I, the King of Forum will ask all you members and you shall response. My question is: Why is Canada have no identity? Unlike the Australian and the Brits who have their own identity, As you can see Canada is always tied up to the US identity. When you ask a Canadian if where does he lived, he'll proudly answers I live in Canada it's very near to the US, all you need to do is cross the border then you're already in US territory. I mean why thus the Canadian dude answer Canada alone and not bringing up the US with it. Another thing which shows their dependency on US is that the Ice Hockey itself. I mean Ice Hockey came from Canada, but why is it the Major League of Hockey which is the NHL is played majority in US. Why can't they make their own Sport popular by themselves alone, why they need the US to make it famous. Look the English made Soccer, and the the No.1 league in Soccer is in UK which is the EPL, it clearly show how the Brits are being independent from US. Then one example of how Canadian is being to dependent on US, is that majoirty of Canadians wants to go to US or shall we say New York or LA, much worst is that they even want to live forever there in New York, they even want to relingquished their citizenship as Canadian and embrace being a New Yorker. Wow, but can you see even one New Yorker wants to become a Canadian? Probably none. Then probably the final nail to the coffin that Canada has no identity is the peoples Last/Family name. Look when you heard of last name like Wilkinson, Sherringham, you'll immediately says that those were English, then if you hear Warne, Gaze, all you think about are the Australians. But how came Canada cannot established even their own Last/Family name, they even copy from US, like Smith, Williams, and so on. Where is their identity their? This is just my observation, I'm not from US, UK, Australia or Canada, I'm from Asia.so I'm neutral on this thing. I will not be biased here. Give ye respect first to the King before you answer. Discuss. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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