Bill 62 shows Trudeau’s Islamophobia hypocrisy

The hypocrisy Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau displayed last week regarding his often-stated commitment to rooting out “Islamophobia” in Canada is breathtaking.

That’s because now that he’s confronted with what, according to his own definition, is a textbook example of “Islamophobia” — Bill 62 passed last week by the Liberal government of Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard — he’s hedging his bets and running for cover.

  • JoKeR

    Justin says he supports a woman wearing anything she wants.×480.jpg

    • mauser 98

      when….not if

  • marty_p

    Great Toronto Star & Crescent whitewash article on the Jewish and right wing Islamophobic vendetta against poor Ayman Elkasrawy who didn’t know that “Cleanse the Al Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Jews” didn’t really mean “Cleanse the Al Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Jews”.

    What I learned from reading the 3 page article:
    For Muslims’s when they say “Jews” they really mean “Israeli’s”.
    Bernie Farber speaks for all the Jews,
    Bernie thinks poor Ayman is misunderstood.
    Jonathon Halevi & Mordechai Kedar are anti Arab Israeli spokespeople.
    It’s Israel’s fault due to their behaviour and the occupation.
    The JDL, The Rebel Media, & Pamela Geller are evil Islamophobes.

    and most important of all – the average Muslim doesn’t know what they are saying when they pray so they and especially Ayman deserve a free pass.

  • Reader

    As a former Liberal, let’s face it people like Justin, and his head of policy Gerard Butts, are not traditional liberals, they are communists.

  • deplorabledave

    I’m finding it more and more difficult to listen to that stuttering, mewling, gasping pansy.

  • Trudeau refused to call honour killings barbaric nor did he call acts of terrorism what they truly were.

    Should he attempt to quash this bill (and he won’t), Quebec will stick it to him.

    • taxpayer

      Yeah, they’ll drop a separation turd, right into his punch bowl, on his watch if he does.

      This far into a 4 year term, are the knives out yet? The man-child is struggling with unforced errors. His mentor is facing a certain political death via the court room. Some of his backers must be getting nervous, or annoyed. They were looking at 2-3 terms of uninterrupted trough diving, to make up for the dead years under Harper.

      • I keep asking for that vote of no-confidence.

        When is it coming?

        • Alain

          Clearly it isn’t about to come either, since the CPC could not get on the same bandwagon regarding this issue fast enough. I mean crapping on Quebec for the ban.