For his Islamic tour, King Justin prayed at Canadian mosques, and recited the “SHAHADA” prayer– the SOLE requirement for a non-Muslim to convert to Islam.
Contrast this with his “Church Basement tour– NEVER did the man step foot into a CHURCH SANCTUARY. Why not? It’s only a flight of steps journey for Justin–but he NEVER DID SO.
Canada as a nation has been hi-jacked by Justin Trudeau. With each passing day, the people of Canada are lied to, deceived and propagandized by CBC into believing the Trudeau government are working on behalf of the 37.7 Million citizens of our nation.
For Cultural Action Party of Canada, a registered political party in the province of British Columbia, a covert political agenda is at play within Canadian society. In fact, this has been the case for decades.
A national charity that works to save old buildings estimates that 9,000 Christian religious spaces in Canada will be lost in the next decade, roughly one-third of all faith-owned buildings in the country.
Would PM Trudeau, or has PM Trudeau, ever SHUT DOWN a Sikh-oriented religious institution in Canada? How about an Islamic religious outfit?
Number one benefit with a bullet–Justin Trudeau is NO LONGER prime minister. Mr. Trudeau would no longer have the power to ERODE the Alberta Oil Sands for the benefit of Saudi Arabia and his other favoured Middle Eastern nations.
“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
“Today, Sikhs in Canada and around the world will gather to celebrate the 550th anniversary of the birth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism.
A most telling comment came from a Punjabi radio station in Oakville, Ontario, where host Kamandeep Singh Gill saw the Liberal win as an answer to prayer: “People outside Canada, especially Punjab, were praying for a Trudeau win. Their prayers and phone calls have been answered.”
From a technical(and media) perspective, the Liberal Party Of Canada won the recent federal election in Canada. However, within the overall spectrum of Canada’s political landscape there are other winners, and of course, other losers.