Condemnation from CBC? Nothing, zero, zilch. How doe we know this? Because CBC has not covered the Jess Allen Story period. Why not? Because the Trudeau government instructs them not to.
Minister of Environment, Catherine McKinnon, is possibly the most hated MP in history. Yet she won her riding once again. MP Iqra Khalid, founder of M103(working with National Council of Canadian Muslims), is not far behind. One article informed us that she received 50,000 pieces of hate email after Trudeau blessed her Islam-centric M103 motion.
“The main problem is not with the test itself, but with the fact the test is implying that immigrants have a problem when it comes to our values,” said Haroun Bouazzi, co-president of the Association of Muslims and Arabs for Laicity in Quebec.
“I always sort of laugh when you see people who are intolerant or who think, ‘Go back to your own country,’” Trudeau said. “No!” “You chose this country. This is your country MORE THAN IT IS FOR OTHERS because we take it for granted.”
Statistics inform Canadians that in the year 2011, 60% of this Mississauga riding was Third World-Canadian. Obviously the percentage is much higher in 2019.
As CAP readers know well, we are 100% opposed to MP Ahmed Hussen holding the immigration minister portfolio within the Trudeau government.
Under current immigration policy, Justin Trudeau and refugee pit-bill Immigration Minister MP Ahmed Hussen are importing approximately 1.4 million Third World migrants every FOUR YEARS.
CAP find this strange dynamic to be one of the most essential–and least exposed–element of the globalist assault upon a specific segment of Canadian society. It is equally as curious as to why this situation has been excluded from media narrative in Canada since the day multiculturalism was forced upon our society
White supremacy and far-right extremist groups are on the rise in Canada and directly threaten the safety of minority communities, including the Muslim community.
Government, Media, Academia. While much has been exposed regarding the symbiotic relationship between the Trudeau government and establishment media in Canada, the academic component is entirely UNDER-EXPOSED.