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Was Louis Riel a Hero or a Traitor To be a hero or a traitor are the two distinct and opposite course in human history Louis Riel was been a hero for the French Canadians and a traitor for the English Canadians as well The person who defends the rights of the Metis and also the one who stops the governments plan Usually a man could only be a hero if his actions and motivation is for the good and welfare of a group of people or for an individual without in the absence of personal interest and advantage even it endangers his life While a traitor is the opposite he is a man who jeopardizes the life welfare and well being of an individual or group of individual for the seek of his own fulfillment and selfishness A lot of people disagree on this issue that Riel is a traitor or a hero Each with own different opinions and different backgrounds Where the government wrong for that decision Or not In the case of Louis Riel the question of whether he is a hero or a traitor is left hanging and debatable in every Canadians and still lingers up to the present Whatever your viewpoints Mr Riel is really a hero to the Metis as he sacrifices his life for the seek of justice and recognition of the rights of the minorities To the government point of view he is a traitor as he opposes and fight against the government to move for expansion to the west Does a man could be a traitor if he fight what he believe is right for the injustices that have been done to his people by the strong and powerful imperialist and oppressive government For me Riel is a hero What happened that time was a harsh judgement and oppressive rule The government expands westward and found a Metis settlement they didnt
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