Category Archives: Canada’s Virtue Signalling Class

M103: ‘I have never seen such fomented anger’ says Muslim 5th Columnist

Members of Parliament of different political stripes have been getting an earful about a controversial anti-Islamophobia motion passed last spring.

On Monday, the House of Commons heritage committee began a study of racism and religious discrimination required by M-103, a motion whose sponsor, Liberal MP Iqra Khalid, received death threats and hate mail after she tabled it in December 2016.

She’s not the only MP who’s been hearing about it. A number of those present remarked that they’ve been contacted repeatedly about the issue.

This is the Liberal Party, Quislings all.

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Robert Spencer’s Letter to Melanie Joly, Heritage Minister in the Trudeau Government

Useful idiot Joly with Muslim 5th columnist Khalid.

Is writing for Jihad Watch now a fireable offense?

The freedom of speech is under severe attack all over the world, and the controversy that has erupted in Canada over Christine Douglass-Williams, a board member with the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, writing for Jihad Watch, is ongoing. The Canadian Press reported: “With concerns about the post circulating among her fellow board members, it came to the attention of Heritage Minister Melanie Joly, whose department is responsible for the foundation.” So I sent this letter to Joly…

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I’m ‘so done’ with Liberal climate nonsense

With Catherine McKenna as Canada’s climate change minister, it’s as if we’re all trapped in high school whenever the subject comes up.

I mean, literally, given McKenna’s tweet Sunday that she is “so done” with the Conservatives on climate change.

Excuse us. “So done”?

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John Robson: If you want to accuse someone of prejudice, use the right word

Christine Williams, under threat of being purged by the Islamist vote whoring Trudeau government.

Can we just clarify here that Islam is not a race? It’s a religion. So whatever concern about Islam may be, it’s not racism.

It should be fairly easy to tell them apart. Race is about skin colour and other superficial physical characteristics and religion is about the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything. Hence black, Asian, Arab and white are “races” (yes, of course it’s a pseudoscientific concept) whereas Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism and so on are religions.

Too obvious to be worth stating? Well, consider Monday’s National Post story that, “A board member with the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, an arm’s-length federal government agency with a mandate to combat racial discrimination, is in jeopardy of losing her post over her writings on the controversial website Jihad Watch.” And her situation is far from unique. To raise questions about militant Islam, or the extent to which fundamentalism is inherent in Muslim scriptures and doctrines, is to invite accusations of racism.


Background – Federal Appointee To Race Relations Board Under Scrutiny For Writings On Islam

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Your Saturday Morning Funny Courtesy The National Post

Remember when the National Post used to be a newspaper and not a yellow coloured version of the CBC?

Get a load of of this ‘SHOCKING EXPOSE” – Inside Rebel Media

Where you’ll be Shocked! Shocked I tell you, to discover that the Rebel sometimes says unkind things about ISLAM!!!!! (Warning quotes by Bernie Farber and Michael Coren ahead)


The Rebel has had a tough week no question but the only thing stories like this show is how threatened by the Rebel the dead tree media is in Canada. Postmedia is begging for government handouts, the Rebel relies on subscriber fees, donations and online advertising. Government subsidized rags like Macleans are on life support and have about 4 staff left and very few people actually watch CBC news. Meanwhile the Rebel is hiring and the author of the Post’s “Shocking Expose” just can’t understand why the Rebel business model is working and the PC swill of the MSM is failing. But you get the drift.

The MSM in Canada has always been a pretty small pond and it’s shrinking fast, everyone is vying for a well paid government job at the CBC as this latest virtue signaling  job application … sorry “scoop” by the NatPo amply illustrates.

Update: Ezra Levant’s response on Twitter is a fun read.

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SJW Train-wreck Ahead: Canada Wants a New Nafta to Include Gender and Indigenous Rights

TORONTO — Canada’s idea of a fair trade deal seems very different from President Trump’s.

Just two days before heading into the first round of negotiations over the North American Free Trade Agreement, the Liberal government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau finally laid out its core objectives, and second on the list was to make the 23-year-old pact “more progressive.”

We are governed by SJW Idiots.

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That guy Trudeau put in charge of immigration says he’s not worried about illegal alien invasion

Illegal border crossings could create ‘urgent need’ to revisit policy, Ahmed Hussen was warned in March

Diversity sucks, like Justin.

But in an interview with CBC Radio’s The House, Hussen said the flow of migrants crossing illegally into Canada has not reached a crisis level that would demand significant policy change.

“What we are dealing with is definitely a very high, steady increase in numbers, and it is obviously taxing our agencies and our borders, but we are able to redeploy resources and personnel as needed and are able to deal with the situation as it unfolds,” Hussen told David Cochrane, guest host of The House.

Our traitor class at work…

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Meanwhile, Canada’s ‘Free’ Health Care System Is Also Exploding

“Free” Canadian healthcare is not free, according to a report released Tuesday by noted conservative Canadian think-tank, The Fraser Institute.

The report illuminates that a “typical Canadian family of four will pay $12,057 for health care in 2017—an increase of nearly 70 percent over the last 20 years.”

Canada operates under a medicare system that is understood as single-payer. Not only does the federal government use money from its general revenue to finance this taxpayer-funded health care system, individual provinces also contribute by raising money through special levies that are deducted when Canadians pay their income tax.

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