Quebec’s new religious neutrality law offers a special level of hypocrisy: Neil Macdonald

Today, under the gaze of Jesus Christ suffering on the cross, Quebec’s governing Liberals stood as one and voted into law a “religious neutrality” bill forbidding anyone granting or receiving government services – which includes riding a bus or subway – from wearing a face covering.

As one, the opposition parties stood and opposed it, not out of concern for freedom of expression, but because the bill didn’t go far enough. It didn’t ban turbans and the paraphernalia of other religions from the public square.

Whiny blithering anti-Christian dolt.

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  • BillyHW

    I like his brother better.

    • Minicapt

      Mom liked Norm better.

      Cheers

  • Shebel

    It is Time.
    Tic Toc

  • Shebel

    S0— The Opposition Parties have become the-
    Oppression Parties–
    So— Patriots have become Traitors.
    So—- Borders mean Nothing.
    So—-Working for yourself has become a SIN.
    So—–This is the NEW Canada—–

    Please leave me Behind.

  • Shebel

    There is a TIME-
    When the Ones in Power-
    OVERRATE themselves .
    They think that we are fools.
    They think that they can Play with us.
    It is not True.
    They are the Fools.

    These Helpless Fools—– could not even EXIST with out US.

    This is the TRUTH.

  • Shebel

    Maybe, you paid for eternity muther fuckers , should just do your job.
    And—-Leave the rest of us ALONE.

  • Shebel

    I wonder if Neil MacDonald even believes himself ?

  • Lightstream

    Now we know Scheer actually IS a liberal-lite, who is there to vote for? They all stink. You’d think anyone in Canada who isn’t a muslim doesn’t exist. Asses.

    • Shebel

      Doesn’t matter any more. You wanted him. Support him.

  • DaninVan

    How the Hell is wearing any kind of hat relevant in the discussion of face coverings?
    The Opposition parties should be particularly concerned, being asshats to begin with…

    • Shebel

      Depends what you are opposing—I guess.
      What do you oppose?

  • Shebel

    Maybe—I should don a Red Cross and a Star of David—
    and let the Politicians fall where they will.

    Would you like that ?