Shame on Wall for alcohol regulation changes

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Re: Alcohol integration in public bars in sync with the stripping agenda

Donna Harpauer, Minister in charge of Liquor and Gaming, alongside alcohol and regulations, have mandated a red tape review to overhaul laws governing the consumption of alcohol within the presence of strippers.

Her committee has nonchalantly conveyed this is in accordance with amending the previous law citing the illegality of the two being enacted simultaneously. Her perspective panders to the social pressure of the fringe element of jaded individuals who feel the need to view females as sex objects and denigrate them within the confines of their unbridled lust. If this is not the case the ultimate reason redounds to the disintegration of a moral society?

The females involved in this entrapment are primarily to be pitied as human traffickers alongside previous abusive relationships have determined a decision or coercion as the key note in an action to disrespect and view their personages in a dim light. They are prey to organized crime such as prostitution and illicit drug. The government has the idea to embrace partial nudity as opposed to the full frontal view in their slippery slope of debasing these women. This is their choice, is the collective sigh, from the dull and unwise as they agree with the delineation of the female gender unwittingly painted with the brush of a certain few within a male dominated agenda.

The province of Saskatchewan, formerly the once great beacon of the Christian and moral perspective, set upon the mandate of the prairie pioneers, who bled sweat and dust to fashion this land into the shining light of Canada, now witnesses the demise of greatness aside mediocrity and ultimate demise as a moral society. Heed the warning signs and speak with the right determined by our ancestors as Sodom and Gommorha slips silently into your midst. These are the words of the pastor Martin Niemoller about the inactivity of intellectuals and persons of good faith during the Second World War:

When the Nazis came for the communists,

I remained silent;

I was not a communist.

When they locked up the social democrats,

I remained silent;

I was not a social democrat.

When they came for the trade unionists,

I did not speak out;

I was not a trade unionist.

When they came for the Jew,

I remained silent;

I was not a Jew.

When they came for me,

There was no one left to speak out.

I cite these words of wisdom in the wake of the destruction of societal norms with the removal of the Christian pattern upon which this nation was stitched. Are we as a collective people ready to express an opinion and salvage even the dregs for our children and grand children.

A vehement "NO" to the abuse of these female strippers as patrons toss hot loonies against their flesh. How is this not abuse? These persons are someone’s wife, daughter, sister and friend. Perhaps Brad Wall should offer his female counterparts first upon the altar of modernizing the law.

Barbara Olsgard Winquist - Gull Lake

Geographic location: Saskatchewan

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  • Brianne Almasi
    December 05, 2012 - 21:10

    Well written article! It's nice to see people are still concerned regarding this abuse of females!