“Too often they begin with well-meaning intentions. Yet once they get into the hands of politically correct bureaucrats, Parliamentary committees and human rights commissioners, they morph into something unrecognizable.”
Last year, I revealed news that the imam of a mosque that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited was publicly listed on the mosque’s very website as the member of a group that was designated a terrorist organization abroad and whose leader had been banned from entering the United Kingdom and France for his extremist views.
While regular Canadians read the story with great interest, the mainstream surprisingly wanted nothing to do with it.
The only other coverage that came out of it was a write up or two of the press release the mosque sent out denouncing my reporting. At the same time, local politicians and even law enforcement took aim at me and someone at the Prime Minister’s Office even had the gall to call me up and chew me out for it.
OTTAWA – All 165 Liberal MPs in the House of Commons Tuesday, led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, voted against a motion calling on MPs to condemn “all forms of systemic racism, religious intolerance and discrimination” in the wake of “the recent and senseless violent acts at a Quebec City mosque.”
The Liberal rejection of that motion came hours after Alexandre Bissonnette, accused of six murders at that mosque, made a brief court appearance in Quebec City.
Not a set back, the LPC’s infiltration is well apace and soon there will be no turning back for them.
In this photo the RCMP is shown smuggling illegal alien invaders into Canada from the United States.
A majority of Canadians generally approve of the Liberal government’s approach to refugees, but Ottawa may be “testing the limits” of how many migrants they are willing to accept, a new poll shows.
While 47 per cent of respondents believe Canada is taking in “about the right number” of refugees, 41 per cent said the number is “already too high,” according to the survey by the non-profit Angus Reid Institute. Eleven per cent said they’d like to see Canada open its doors to even more refugees.
It was a bit rich coming from a trust-fund kid, but there was our prime minister nonetheless — guest speaker at Germany’s most prestigious black-tie fete, and lecturing a rich-beyond-rich audience on how to deal with the growing anger among the working class.
Justin Trudeau must have rummaged long and deep to symbolically find a blue collar that was suitably frayed and stressed in order to channel the feelings of the global underclass.
‘Luckily I escaped’: Man accused of role in deadly Pakistan mosque attack tells of his return to Canada
TORONTO — Rashid Ahmed answered the phone at his suburban home in Mississauga this week, which would not be unusual except for the fact that he is being investigated by Pakistani police over a deadly sectarian clash two months ago.
“Luckily I escaped,” he said in an interview during which he acknowledged that Pakistani police had named him “as a terrorist” over the Dec. 12 incident at a mosque in Pakistan’s Chakwal district.
Evidently he resides in Iqra Khalid’s riding, how convenient.
Remind me again why it’s a good idea to import people from sectarian violence ridden Muslim failed states?
“The European Union is a truly remarkable achievement, and an unprecedented model for peaceful co-operation. Canada knows that an effective European voice on the global stage isn’t just preferable — it’s essential,” Trudeau said in the first address by a Canadian prime minister to the European Parliament.