The Star has a race baiting screed by Renu Mandhane, chief commissioner of the Ontario Human Rights Commission, advocating for the “National Day of Remembrance and Action on Islamophobia and Hate Crimes.”
Note the subtlety of the argument, if you dare criticize Islam you’re a “white supremacist”:
Similarly, the killing of Muslim people in their place of worship should have made ongoing conversations around white supremacy and Islamophobia more urgent and real. The Ontario Human Rights Commission’s recent public opinion survey confirms that people of Muslim faith are among the most marginalized in Ontario — less than half of the respondents had positive feelings toward Muslim people.
Less than half of Ontarians have positive feelings about Muslim people? Perhaps that has something to do with the fact Islam is a violent supremacist cult with a litany of horror that is added to every single day around the world.
Canadians do not want nor do we need a Dhimmi Day. We could do with a lot less Islam however.