Commission On “Systematic Racism” In Quebec Targets White Quebecois
Last spring the Quebec government decided to set up a commission to explore systemic racism. For most observers, the move came out of nowhere: no one had heard of systemic racism before and the few articles that had appeared in the mass media were skeptical of this new cultural Marxist concept, proving that Quebec is not simply a French version of Ontario. The opposition leader Jean-François Lisée, who is trying very hard to attract minorities to his party — without any success we must add — does believe in the evilness of systemic racism. Overall, two Quebecers actually seemed to believe in systemic racism: the premier Couillard and the opposition leader, Lisée.
Halloween costume company removes Anne Frank outfit
Holloweencostumes.com, whose website is run by the Minnesota-based company Fun.com, pulled the costumes on Sunday after a backlash on social media.
The costume, which can be seen on social media in screen grabs, included a long sleeve blue button-up dress, a brown shoulder bag and a green beret. The company described Frank as a World War II hero and an inspiration, adding that “we can always learn from the struggles of history.”
Wynne Liberals broke every rule in the book
Normally, Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk’s complete evisceration of how Premier Kathleen Wynne plans to pay for her “Fair Hydro Plan” would be an election game changer.
That is, the final nail in the coffin of the Wynne government’s financial credibility, leading to its defeat at the polls in June.
Lysyk’s findings, released Tuesday, are devastating for the Liberals.
She concluded “senior government officials” knowingly ignored the government’s “own policy for preparing financial statements” to create “an unnecessary, complex financing structure” designed to keep “the true financial impact of most of its 25% electricity-rate reduction off the province’s books … by understating future annual deficits and net debt.”
Illegal Alien Charged With California Wildfire That Killed 40 People
The U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) issued a detainer request on the Sonoma County Jail for Jesus Fabian Gonzalez, who was arrested Sunday on suspicion of arson in Wine Country fires that have killed at least 40 residents.
Breitbart News reported earlier this week that Sonoma County Sheriffs had arrested Jesus Fabian Gonzalez, 29, at Maxwell Regional Park in Sonoma County after a series of reports of ongoing fires in the region. Mr. Gonzalez was observed around 3:00 p.m. PDT wearing a jacket and walking “out of the creek area and a plume of smoke behind him,” according to the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.
Quebec set to pass law banning face coverings for anyone receiving public service — even a bus ride
Muslim women in Quebec who wear a burka or niqab could soon be required to uncover their faces to ride a city bus under a proposed provincial law.
The Couillard government’s Bill 62 on religious neutrality could be put to a vote as early as Tuesday, two years after it was tabled.
The controversial legislation would effectively ban public workers — including doctors, nurses, teachers and daycare workers — as well as those receiving a service from the government, from wearing the niqab, burka or any other face covering.