August 2, 2015

Finest Hour 168, Spring 2015

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It is to humanity’s lasting benefit that Sir Winston Churchill stood so firmly for the principles he loved: Freedom, democracy and justice.

In his century’s darkest hour, he inspired courage and resolve not just among his own countrymen, but in the people of all nations, including my own.

His address in 1941 to Canada’s Parliament is as stirring today as it was then: “Whatever the cost, whatever the suffering, we shall stand by one another, true and faithful comrades, and do our duty. God helping us, to the end.”

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In many ways we live in a world he made, and are the better for it.

Those principles Churchill championed are fragile even today. And we honour his legacy every time we stand, either alone or alongside allies, to protect and preserve them.

The Rt Hon. Stephen Harper, P. C., M.P.
Prime Minister of Canada

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