Jagmeet Singh plays the race card

Thanks to the CBC’s Terry Milewski, we now know federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh doesn’t think it’s his job to denounce Canadian Sikhs who glorify suspected Air India bomber, and fellow Sikh, Talwinder Singh Parmar.

Why we know this — with Singh absurdly accusing Milewski of racism for asking him the question — is a case study in Canadian political correctness run amok.

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  • Martin B

    We needed an NDP leader who would take Quebec seats away from the Liberals. This turd in a turban is not gonna do it.

    • J. C.

      This is Canada… I’m sure there are enough moronic virtue-signallers willing to vote for Jag(off) over Justin.

      On election day they’ll say “Ooh! Like Obama, but with a turban!” 😉

      • Lightstream

        All the Sikhs will get together and form a voting block.

        • Alain

          That is how it works in BC in any case.

          • Dave

            Just had to rub it in, didn’t you!

          • Alain

            I can never rub it in enough.

          • Dave

            I don’t know, one drive through surrey or abbotsford…

    • Will Quest

      The NDPee have a winner with Jagmeet ….
      Will Jags model his help for Quebec self-determination, yep he’s on the Quebec separation wagon…. That vote horn-dog … will Jag model Quebec’s cessation on the violent Sikh nationalist movement. The Air India bombing was a manifestation of this savage zealotry. The Khalistan movement is a Sikh nationalist movement, which seeks to create a separate country called Khalistān (Punjabi: ਖਾਲਿਸਤਾਨ, “The Land of the Pure”) in the Punjab region of South Asia.
      In a CBC interview Jagmeet was repeatedly asked if he condemned the attack and repeatedly he REFUSED! Jagmeet has openly in the past supported the men who blew up the plane and still supports the break up of Punjab from India to serve the Sikh cause .

  • DaninVan

    What did the Public expect???
    If it looks like a duck I fully expect it to quack like one.

  • k1992

    This guy might beat Trudeau at his own ridiculous, progressive game. One suspects that Singh would actually make a worse PM than JT, difficult as that is to believe.

    • Alain

      I doubt he would could be worse than short-pants. One is as bad as the other in different ways.

      • Drunk by Noon ✓

        He could be far worse than Justin Trudeau.
        Singh actually has a malicious hatred of Canadians, specifically White Canadians. He will accelerate your displacement.
        Justin is merely indifferent to your suffering and fabulously naive.
        So yeah, you could do a lot worse than Justin Trudeau, and this ass-clown Singh is IT.

        • k1962

          I think Justin hates Canadians too as he is turning a blind eye to all the diversity walking into the country from the U.S. More Liberal voters is what he’s thinking.

        • Alain

          Point taken, but either way they both would completely destroy what little is left of the country. Perhaps it is more about the speed of destruction rather than one being better than the other. Short-pants himself is just an empty-headed narcissistic puppet, but those pulling his strings and hiding in the shadows who were never elected are just as determined to destroy the last remaining fabric of the country as Singh and his band of wacky communists.

          • Drunk by Noon ✓

            You are choosing between two different kinds of cancer, that’s true.
            But would you rather have skin cancer or brain cancer?
            🙂

          • Alain

            Don’t want either if I can help it. I’ll never be one who votes for either of them or their parties nor the Greens who are another flavour of communism.

  • ontario john

    Just another day in the world of politicians and media, that Canadians are racist bastards.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Probably best to burn Milewski at the stake anyway, just to be sure. Can’t be too careful about “problematic” lines of thought, can we?/sarc

  • disqusW6sf

    He has a lot in common with another group

    • Alain

      It is difficult to tell them apart at least based on the behaviour of most of them in Canada. We have seen honour killings, terrorism, violence and a supremacist attitude with both groups demanding that their host country and its citizens bow to their demands.

      • DavidinNorthBurnaby

        The Sikhs all seem to have funny names, like this guy. Jagmeet. There’s just something funny about that name. And of course they seem to have maybe four or five family names amongst them. The muzzies, their names are all Mohammad Abdullah Ali you know that sort of thing.

  • The Buddhist Butterfly

    That didn’t take very long.

    • Drunk by Noon ✓

      When pressed, you will find that’s his only go-to position on issues that he doesn’t like to discuss. Expect much more of it.

      • Alain

        They saw it worked for Obama, and you are spot on about it being the only go-to position. If they didn’t have the race card then it would be any opposition is by Nazis, fascists, white supremacists or whatever.

  • Clausewitz

    I read somewhere that when publishing pictures of the new NDP leader they should just photo shop in Marg Simpson’s hair. Looks about the same.

  • simus1

    Hopefully Jagmeet will find there is no need to tinker with the NDP leader standard public personna now handed down to him from previous generations. The thin skinned, smarmy, smart ass, virtue signaling hypocrite act has always been such an NDP leader success as a voter magnet.

  • k1962

    The only good thing about Jaggy is that the progressive vote will definitely be split making it a good possibility that the Conservative could win.

    • DaninVan

      He doesn’t have a (safe) seat. Still time to cut him off at the pass.
      Some poor NDP shlub is going to be asked to fall on his sword for the greater good of the Party. I’d hold out for a very substantial golden handshake.

      • DaninVan

        Let’s play ‘Pin the Tail On the Donkey’…

        http://www.ndp.ca/team
        BCF could run something like a Dead Pool…

  • Cat-astrophe

    Remember ‘Coneheads’?

    • DavidinNorthBurnaby

      Except that this guy’s a Raghead.

  • favill

    Wow that was quick.

    • terrence22

      I thought it was kinda slow, I was expecting on it his first day