MP Omar Alghabra served as President of the Canadian Arab Federation, a group that once “issued a press release which stated that terrorist organizations must be PUT IN PERSPECTIVE, and which OPPOSED the designation of Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad as terrorist entities.
A new decade is upon Canadian society–and never in the history of our nation have things looked so grim for the future of Anglophone Canada.
“Before becoming prime minister, Trudeau used to talk like a human. Now his mouth gushes out a jumble of staff-approved nouns, verbs and adjectives which defy assembly into coherent and insightful sentences.”
Why the exclusive focus upon the Christian faith, and their religious/cultural celebrations? Is it not just as likely that many Canadians do not want to hear about Ramadan, or experience Islamic Eid celebrations on the streets of Canadian cities.
“In 2015, after decades of various legal challenges, the Supreme Court of Canada decided unanimously to allow physician-assisted suicide. In June 2016, the federal government passed the Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) Act, which established the eligibility criteria and procedural safeguards for medically-assisted suicide.”
At a time when Western Canadians are feeling more alienated than at any point in modern history, Justin Trudeau has selected a Liberal Cabinet more “Eastern-centric” than at any point in modern history.
Oh, this is rich– now turns out Canada’s “new arrival” Canadians are OPPOSED to illegal refugee intake by way of Justin Trudeau and Somalian pit-bull Immigration Minister, MP Ahmed Hussen.
“Oh, that’s so out-of-style.” A common phrase indeed, yet one which in a million years will never be applied to Multiculturalism in Canada. Perhaps a better word to describe this uniquely Canadian phenomenon is “archaic”— out-dated, backward, antiquated. This is what CAP believe is the present-day state of multiculturalism in Canada. This social imposition was … Continue reading Justin Trudeau’s Multiculturalism Morphs Into “Monocultural” Third World Political POWERHOUSE
Less than ONE WEEK after taking office in October of 2015, Trudeau announced the plan to take in the 25,000 refugees, a plan that was met with criticism immediately.
An analysis of the four years Justin Trudeau has been prime minister of Canada reveals something rather telling–so of course, establishment media will not tell Canadians about it.