And wouldn't I have done something for society if I have a statue?
Why are you destroying my statue? What did I do wrong?
You didn't live in a longhouse!
Well, we can't really respect you if you don't share our beliefs can we?
So...let me get this right you can't respect me because I didn't have the same beliefs as people hundreds of years younger than me. That sounds kind of ridiculous.
Also, why should I be held accountable to another generation's beliefs especially if I didn't grow up that way? When I was alive it was socially acceptable to live in a single-family abode; so what is wrong with me staying within the normal range of my people and. generation?
This situation is exactly like what happened to the John A Macdonald statue of my era; the people didn't like what his beliefs were 150 years earlier and so they took it down. Is that fair? No, it is not fair that they took down his statue because of differing beliefs. So now I have a question to ask: Do we really hold people of a different time to the beliefs of today? Because the answer should be no.