This book is about the government of Canada and how they treat their citizens —the tax payers— and how they break all of their promises made. It is also about the government's mismanagement of all affairs concerning the citizens, the massive spending that doesn't help the average person, and their scandals that are hidden and covered up. There is no trust between the citizens and the government.
How many homeless citizens are there that can't find housing or jobs, and can't afford to go to above everything else? There are gun and gang problems, and problems about how they run the court systems.
The police that are to serve and protect are caught beating up the citizens. The doctors still work, after being sued for malpractice. Our meat producers are paying off the inspectors. There are members in Parliament that are stealing our tax money and confess and still don't go to jail. Our governor general says she's not a part of separation but her husband is.
It is hard to trust the government when they don't trust themselves. Their only concern is for the rich, and the poor suffer. Everything they do is behind closed doors like their covering up the issues that the Canadian citizen's demand to know about.
They allow all the new immigrants into Canada for trade jobs when we can't find work, or housing and live in poverty. Our elderly citizens are beaten and abused in nursing homes, and it's covered up. Instead of the government working on infrastructure they give money to tourism. The poor are left to fend for themselves with no chance of advancement because there's no help for them.
We're treated like second-class citizens and the immigrants get everything they ask for. The water and lakes are polluted, and the cities are falling underground.