Text of Harper's speech - 2005-12-15

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F132.png Text of Harper's speech December 15, 2005, Stephen Harper, Globe and Mail

The full text of a speech by Stephen Harper, then vice-president of the National Citizens Coalition, to a June 1997 Montreal meeting of the Council for National Policy, a right-wing U.S. think tank, and taken from the council's website:

Ladies and gentlemen, let me begin by giving you a big welcome to Canada. Let's start up with a compliment. You're here from the second greatest nation on earth. But seriously, your country, and particularly your conservative movement, is a light and an inspiration to people in this country and across the world.

Now, having given you a compliment, let me also give you an insult. I was asked to speak about Canadian politics. It may not be true, but it's legendary that if you're like all Americans, you know almost nothing except for your own country. Which makes you probably knowledgeable about one more country than most Canadians.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Stephen | last = Harper | title = Text of Harper's speech | url = https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/text-of-harpers-speech/article1131985/ | work = Globe and Mail | date = December 15, 2005 | accessdate = June 19, 2019 }}