A return to values is long overdue
To the editor,
I have been reading the letters to the editor about what used to be a local radio station.
I am pleased to see that I am not the only one unhappy with it. The latest titled “The death of a community radio station.”
When I walk around Pictou County I see more than the death of community radio. Some examples are: Maritime Steel, the Marine Forge, Trenton railcar plant (which I believe is criminal to demolish), J.B. MacDonald rink, dozens of small businesses and many churches to name a few.
Now Northern Pulp could join the list. I hope not. And then there is the things governments give away like N.S. Power, the rail road and Pier C. Next to go is our highways.
When I was young I could not imagine this great country falling. But now I believe since this great country was built on a foundation of Bible principals by mostly Godfearing, Bible-believing, hardworking people. This is a fact I believe any historian worth their salt will not deny.
Now that the Bible is not allowed in schools and the Lord’s Prayer is replaced with yoga, which is a Hindu practice to yoke with Brahma, which is the main god of some 330,000,000 lesser deities.
Christian programs are banned from the local radio, and governments are passing laws that make it illegal to tell a sinner they are sinning. It is falling. A return to the values that built this country would likely slow the fall.