In a recent interview with CTV’s Question Period host Vassy Kapelos, New Democratic Party Leader Jagmeet Singh said “he’s really, really proud of the commitments he’s secured through his agreement with the Liberals, citing the first phase of a national dental care program as an example.”
If the Hindu God Shiva came down from heaven to spin Canadian politics into an absurdity, he couldn’t do it better than Khalistan’s man in Canada, Jagmeet Singh.
NDP Party Benefit:
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says next week’s federal budget “must expand dental care in order to maintain the confidence-and-supply agreement his party has with the Liberals.”
It has yet to occur.
Liberal Party Benefit:
After more than seven years as Canadian prime minister, Justin Trudeau was blessed with an agreement to lock him into office for an additional three years.
“I want to be the one making the decisions for the interests of people, and having been in a position where I can actually influence decisions, I’ve seen how much better we would do if we were the ones calling the shots.”
For what purpose, Mr. Singh? So that instead of PM Trudeau prioritizing China and Islam, government priority transitions to support for an independent Khalistani state? Away from the media spotlight, Mr. Singh is putting serious effort into an establishment of a homogenous Sikh state within the borders of India.
“The Khalistan movement is a separatist movement seeking to create a homeland for Sikhs by establishing a sovereign state called Khālistān in the Punjab region.
“After 1971, the notion of a sovereign and independent state of Khalistan began to get popularized among Sikhs in North America and Europe.”
In 2023, the leader of a federal Canadian political party is working to establish Sikh state independence. Pardon CAP for remaining old-fashioned, but isn’t the mandate of a Canadian politician to work for the benefit of Canadians?
That’s all so “2014” in PM Justin Trudeau’s “no core identity” Canada. After all, our PM is presently working for China. Not a problem, say Canadian media. Otherwise they would have long ago called out the absurdity that is Jagmeet Singh and his ability to deflate the number of NDP seats in Parliament from 46 in 2015 to its current 25 seats in the House.
Media have not a word of condemnation for the man. Positioned as the golden-boy of social programs, voters are deceived regarding the true Trudeau-Singh agenda.
The ploy rolls like this: through an emphasis on improving Canada’s social programs, feign that the NDP leader really, really cares about Canada’s “little people.” Historically, from party founder Tommy Douglas through to Jack Layton, this has been traditional NDP public positioning.
Meanwhile, the entire purpose of the New Democrats has transitioned in orientation. Today, the party exists for a singular purpose: to prop up what Cultural Action Party has branded a Trudeau dictatorship.
“We always have the right, if the government breaks any conditions of the agreement, if they don’t follow through with what we forced them to agree to, we have then the power or the option of withdrawing our support,” Singh told his caucus in early 2023.
But you haven’t done it– even in light of alleged election interference by the Chinese government. Dollars-to-Tim Horton’s donuts he never will.
Just this past week, Mr. Singh voted against a motion in the House of Commons calling for a public inquiry into Chinese government election meddling in Canada.
Whose side are you on, buddy-boy? The same side as the followingMembers of Parliament, all of whom voted against the inquiry.
Shafqat Ali, Anita Anand, Omar Alghabra, François-Philippe Champagne, Bardish Chagger, Ali Ehsassi, Fayçal El-Khoury, Mark Holland, Salma Zahid, Ahmed Hussen, Parm Bains, Hedy Fry, Justin Trudeau, Melanie Joly, Iqra Khalid, Sonia Sidhu, Kamal Khera, Stephen Guilbeault, Anthony Housefather, Majid Jowhari, Marci Ien, Marco Mendicino, Sean Fraser, Yasir Naqvi, Taleeb Noormohamed, Pablo Rodriguez Ruby Sahota, Harjit Sajjan, Randeep Sarai.
What gives? Not one of these people are in favour of getting to the bottom of the Chinese election interference scandal.
Priority, China? The mind boggles at the surreal nature of post-modern politics. That is, among common sense Canadians. As for mainstream media, it’s no big deal.
“Canada’s New Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh drew flak on Twitter after he raised concerns over the Punjab police’s massive crackdown in the state – to arrest Khalistan sympathiser Amritpal Singh – leading to the suspension of the internet.”
My, my— a cowboy-phobe’s work is never done. Roll up them sleeves and get to work, Mr. Singh. Khalistan is calling. Of course, your efforts are being obscured by CBC, CTV and the rest. Meanwhile, it turns out your globalist butt is not permitted to enter India.
A Toronto Star article from 2013 states that “NDP MPP Jagmeet Singh has been refused a visa to enter India because of comments he made about that country’s human rights record.”
Jagmeet Singh— real name Jimmy Dhaliwal– is the son of immigrant parents from the Punjab province in India. According to a dossier prepared by Indian intelligence officials, “Jagmeet Singh, the Leader of Canada’s second-largest party, remains a pro-Khalistani and a pro-Pakistani ringleader.”
Wunderbar. Aren’t Canadian politics in 2023 fascinating? Particularly when they have nothing to do with Canada in any capacity. “Not a problem,” bellow Canadian media.
Just this month, the government in India suspended Jagmeet Singh’s Twitter account. Too many tweets slamming the Indian government for the liking of their nation’s Hindu-dominated ruling party.
What does all this have to do with Canada? Everything, and nothing at all. While Jagmeet Singh is spending his time supporting China, Punjab and Khalistan, he is holding the key to the pseudo-dictatorship of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Having fun yet? Of course, it’s a lot easier to have fun when Canadian knows little-to-nothing about the political antics of NDP leader Jagmeet Singh.
For that privilege, we can all thank Canadian media.