Liberalism is hostile to Christianity and it seems to dislike anyone who has strong religious convictions that conflict with liberalism.
Canadians’ progressive values have generally resisted the xenophobic response to refugees which, at least in part, fuel Donald Trump and Brexit.
Late Friday night, Wildrose finance critic Derek Fildebrandt was kicked out of his party’s caucus. This just doesn’t make any sense. It’s political correctness gone mad.
Over time, I learned that, to a certain set of people, there was something positively wrong with being white. Our law schools are, in many ways, incubators for the identity politics that dominate the social-justice Left.
“I spoke to people whose lives have been directly impacted by intimidation and assault by refugee students, mostly male students attacking girls.”
“The passengers of the Komagata Maru were seeking refuge, and better lives for their families. With so much to contribute to their new home, they chose Canada and we failed them utterly,” Justin Trudeau said.
Regrettably, the Canadian public seems to feel that the Huntingdon thesis has legitimacy as the majority concurs that “there is an irreconcilable conflict between Western societies and the Islamic faith in the world.”
Our President cannot even utter the words “radical Islam,” and our State Department is even censoring the translations of speeches by European leaders if they stray into politically incorrect language.
In the 1970s, multiculturalism in Canada was enthusiastically received by ethnic groups in the belief that they were going to recieve recognition and financial resources. However, with the ever increasing visible minority immigration, and the increasing prominence given to visible minorities most of the various white ethnic groups were eclipsed.
Adopting and promoting harsh attitudes towards Muslims in general is not a solution. In fact, it’s the anti-solution. It will create an atmosphere where more Canadian Muslims will feel alienated and frustrated by constant blame.