Star prints revolting Op-Ed by ungrateful Muslim settler who wants Sharia law accommodated at citizenship ceremony

One thing I’m heartened to see is that the vast majority of comments are against the settler’s demand.

h/t Yusuf AK

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  • J. C.

    Even though I’m an agnostic Protestant, that pic and headline makes me want to bash some skulls!

    • Justin St.Denis

      Agnostic Protestant? That’s a new one. I’ve never heard of that denomination.

      • J. C.

        I was raised Protestant, but I’m not particularly religious. I assumed it would be obvious (or are you just being cheeky??? ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

        • Justin St.Denis

          No, cheekiness was not my intention. I simply know what “agnostic” means. Had you written that you are a Spanish agnostic or a Caucasian agnostic, I wouldn’t have had any issue with what you wrote. But you wrote that you are a Protestant agnostic, which is rather like saying you are a Caucasian African-American. See what I mean? ๐Ÿ˜‰

          • J. C.

            Ah… I see what you mean. But if I’d meant what you thought I meant, I would’ve written ‘agnostic’ with a capital ‘A’…

            Know what I mean??? ๐Ÿ˜‰

          • Justin St.Denis

            Actually, no I don’t. The words “agnostic”, “atheist” and “theist” are not proper nouns, unlike Roman Catholic, Anglican etc. And since I am not a mind reader……..

          • J. C.

            Wow! And I thought I was a Grammar Nazi… *rolls eyes*

          • Justin St.Denis

            Nothing to do with grammar, but everything to do with language. Let me explain. There are theists – both polytheists and monotheists. There are atheists. There are agnostics. One cannot use two of these terms to create a ew group. These four groups – polytheists, monotheists, atheists and agnostics – together comprise 100% of the planet’s population. One can be a membef of only ONE of these groups. It really isn’t complicated, nor does it have anything to do with grammar. It has everything to do with understanding language, in this case, English.

            And again, I do not mean to seem cheeky. ๐Ÿ˜‰

          • J. C.

            Cheeky? No. Pain in the arse? Definitely.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Well, you just run along and enjoy your “Protestant agnostic” fantasy. I’m sure there are semi-literate soul-mates out there looking for your company. Birds of a feather and all that stuff, right? And try to transcend your bitterness and Enjoy Yourself. ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

          • J. C.

            Oh, look! The pretentious twit is still talking…

          • Justin St.Denis

            I have no idea why you are being insulting. I was merely pointing out the linguistic absurdity of your self-description, which is hardly being insulting. Why not just learn a lesson and move on? That is what an intelligent, socialized and sane person would do.

          • J. C.

            What’s your problem, Justin??? Because you are very condescending in your attempts to be ‘helpful’… A grammatical error on an Internet discussion forum is nothing out of the ordinary, so why are you singling out mine? And even if you needed some clarification due to my error, I explained what I meant with my second posting (even though I thought what I’d meant was obvious).
            With my third posting, I understood your point and attempted to ‘laugh it off’, but yet you persisted in explaining the ‘correct’ usage of the word ‘agnostic’ down the finest of grammatical details. This came across as patronizing (and annoying).
            So you happen to be highly knowledgeable in the mechanics of the English language… Good for you! I’m sure ISIS will respect you for that particular skill-set when they come to cut off your head.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Wow, J.C., get a handle on yourself. Go choke the chicken or whatever, You seem really stressed out and thin-skinned.

            And btw, there is a difference between grammatical errors and misunderstanding vocabulary. I was trying to save you further embarrassment.

  • Jason

    “I also wear a niqab. And according to my prime minister, that is all you need to know about me to know that I am oppressed.” Actually, it’s all anyone needs to know about you, period.

    • I need to know when she will deported.

    • If she is so oppressed then Canada is not the place for her. I mean- living in a country with the rule of law and the right to worship, vote, own property and shoot off one’s mouth is just so onerous for some.

  • LauraS

    Interesting how these devout Muslims never want to sacrifice ANYTHING for their faith. If covering your face is so essential to your faith, then forego becoming a Canadian citizen, or obtaining a driver’s license, etc. In fact, if you raise a fuss about your Iron Age customs and your niqab / burka, then you should be banned from citizenship. Sharia law is vile. People who advocate for it have no place in enlightened countries like Canada.

    • MannieP

      It’s not even a matter of not wanting to sacrifice for their religion. If you go to Jordan or Pakistan or Egypt, anywhere in the moslem world, ID card photos are taken showing the face. They are not absolute idiots over there. They apparently assume we are, and want to shove their supposed superiority up our arses. No accommodation. Let them do it our way, or GTFO.

  • Just a thought

    “I want to come to your awful country to make it over into something I would feel uncomfortable enough in to want to emigrate to somewhere else to do the same to them.”

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    ‘Chasing my boys in the snow is one of the things I love most about winter.’

    She has to chase after her boys because they don’t initially recognize her!

    ‘I like how it makes me feel: like people have to look beyond what I look like
    to get to know me.’

    You’re wearing a mask!
    NO sane person outside of your cult even wants to get to know you.

    No one finds you intriguing; that’s not why people stare at you, dipshit.

    • MannieP

      Why would I want to get to know a barbarian woman in a bag? Her culture deems her inferior to me. So be it. Shut your mouth, bitch and wash my socks.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Plus that ‘bag’ is not made out of some friendly organic fabric, and you stink.

  • Frances

    She gets to wear the niqab; I get to decide whether or not I want to interact with her.

    • ntt1

      throw rocks , Its part of the niquab scenario. What other culture forces its women to wear the burial shroud just in case?

  • ntt1

    the star closed the comments .this is what all the newspapers do now when public opinion differs too much from their editorial narrative. The National post is one of the worst offenders

    • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

      It’s a bit surprising that the uptight fools at the Star actually allowed 734 comments and then decided to close down commenting.

      What are they hoping to halt or prevent at that point, some 734 comments later?

      At that point, the horse is out of the barn, the cat is out of the bag, and they are chasing each other through a pool of toothpaste that will never be put back in the tube.

      • Ellieinto

        I can’t see the comments. Have they been deleted?

        • Justin St.Denis

          You have to click on to see the comments.

      • ntt1

        It probably happened while the company theme song was sung and prescribed calisthenics were performed. attaining a pure ideology is no day at the beach you know.

    • Justin St.Denis

      I’ve noticed that, too. Often they KNOW their stance is ridiculous and don’t accept comments at all. Bullshit unchallenged, they seem to believe, will become tomorrow’s popular opinion.

      • ntt1

        Example National post had three major columns of missing indian women propaganda that contradicted the RCMP report. Comments were closed as they knew there would be harsh reaction to the racist crap they spewed. Apparently all the indian women are being killed by the white man. probably Christian extremists and willy picton was only a figure head. Yep shadowy gangs of white hillbilly’s running their women down like deer. Repeat until a veneer of truth is attained, then demand money.

  • edlancey

    I understand her point of view, so to speak. I mean, if she isn’t bagged and tagged (as her husband’s property) at the ceremony then the thousands of other cultural enrichers becoming “new canadians” at the same time understandably wouldn’t be able to control their sexual impulses when they saw her.

  • BillyHW

    All the stupid Trudeau loving feminist vaginas in my facebook feed are gushing about how she’s such a strong, liberated woman.

    • jayme

      I find the feminist odd they one hand go on about womens rights but on the other hand support sharia law.

      • J. C.

        There’s nothing logical about Feminazis…

      • MannieP

        That is because they are Lefturds more than feminists. Ideology uber alles.

      • BillyHW

        Odder still are laws that let them vote.

      • Justin St.Denis

        It’s the third wave feminists’ essentially fascist ideology at work.