“Unfortunately, when multiculturalism becomes the foundation of politics, the very essence of debate gets relegated from the common good of the country to the medieval instinct OF THE TRIBE.”
Japanese applicants for transgender surgery are required to be STERILE, single, without children under 20 and undergo a psychiatric evaluation to receive a diagnosis of “Gender Identity Disorder”—usually known as gender dysphoria in the US and UK.
Jack Letts — dubbed “Jihadi Jack” by British media — could be prosecuted and jailed in Canada if there’s evidence of wrongdoing, and would make for a powerful voice against radicalization, said the father.
According to the Post Millennial, Conservative MP John Barlow highlighted in Parliament that the Liberals were taking “$18 million from taxpayers to fund a private airport at the elite Cabot Links golf resort.” Barlow further added that the airport was for their “millionaire friends to park their private jets.”
US Vice-President Mike Pence recently met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. During the meeting, Trudeau brought up the plight of two Canadians held in Chinese prison.
A Liberal-dominated parliamentary committee’s report on rural crime is “an insult to all Canadians,” Conservative MP’s say in a dissenting statement that decries waits of hours or even days for police to respond to calls in remote areas.
In 2011, the Conservative Party of Canada pledged to tackle human trafficking, creating the National Action Plan on June 6th, 2012. It assembled “Canada’s first integrated law enforcement team dedicated to combating human trafficking in Canada and abroad.”
The Trudeau government cancelled the plan in 2016.
At Cultural Action Party of Canada, we believe Justin Trudeau’s behaviours toward English Canada and its peoples are punitive. It is most unfortunate that the most powerful person in our nation has a major chip on their shoulder regarding our nation’s history.
It certainly appears Trudeau is engaged in this very thing. To assist, Justin placed a Somalian Refugee as Canadian immigration minister. Ahmed Hussen does not work for Canadian-born citizens. He purpose for being in Canada–as a dual Somali-Canadian citizen no less– is to fill our nation with as many Third World migrants as humanly possible.
Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen is doing away with a policy implemented under the Harper government that aimed to tackle a large backlog of refugee claims by limiting rights for asylum-seekers from certain “safe” countries — a policy Hussen says created inequity in Canada’s asylum system.