We’re Being Colonized—With Ottawa’s Help—Part 2
Last week, we spoke of factors such as Saudi oil money funding our post-secondary education. We looked at how our current Prime Minister has bowed to his political masters so he can draw political power from the Caliphate.
Today, we’ll look at some of the other governmental influences under which Canadians are being compelled to surrender their equality and freedom.
MP Omar Alghabra’s neighbouring electoral district of Erin Mills, is served by Liberal MP, Iqra Khalid. She sponsored the M-103 resolution, which—unbelievably—our Parliament actually passed! That resolution instructs the federal government to recognize the need to “quell the increasing public climate of hate and fear.” Wait a minute! Is there really an increasing public climate of hate and fear? Maybe on Parliament Hill, but not in my neighbourhood! It further instructs the government to condemn Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination and take note of House of Commons’ petition e-411 and the issues raised by it.
Uhhh, wait a minute! Petition e-411 was a deliberate and strategically pre-planned forerunner to Motion M-103. A phobia is an irrational fear, so, according to the term, Islamophobia is irrational. I think, the persecuted Christians of Lebanon, Bethlehem, Nigeria, and South Sudan, along with the young ladies kidnapped and enslaved in Nigeria, and their families, might have thoughts about whether it’s “irrational” to fear Islam.
MP Alghabra referred to “an infinitesimally small number of individuals who have conducted terrorist activities while claiming to speak for Islam”—maybe they’re a small number but, according to the UK Telegraph, in 2015 alone, terrorists killed a total of 29,376, which was down from 2014 at 32,765. The bulk of these fatalities are from Islamic terrorist groups: Boco Haram, ISIS, The Taliban and Al Qaeda. Of these four Islamic groups, in 2016, ISIS alone is responsible for 9,132 deaths. This does not include the numbers of those maimed by the attacks.
Brigitte Gabriel was right when she replied to a Muslim student that the fact that a majority of Muslims are peaceful is irrelevant—just as it was true that the majority of peaceful Germans in the 1930s and ’40s were irrelevant; that the majority of Chinese under Mao Tse-Tung were peaceful—and irrelevant; and the majority of Russians under Stalin were peaceful and irrelevant.
The word Islam means “submission”—submission to the ideology of Islam.
E-411 was actually a pretty one-sided petition as M-103 is one-sided. So then, why does Iqra Khalid say our House of Commons should “take note of it”?
What the House of Commons should have done was to take note of important and scholarly studies like those listed in the Footnote.
But, to continue our review of M-103, the following section is worthy of note:
(c) request that the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage undertake a study on how the government could
(i) develop a whole-of-government approach to reducing or eliminating systemic racism and religious discrimination including Islamophobia, in Canada, while ensuring a community-centred focus with a holistic response through evidence-based policy-making,
(ii) collect data to contextualize hate crime reports and to conduct needs assessments for impacted communities, and that the Committee should present its findings and recommendations to the House no later than 240 calendar days from the adoption of this motion, provided that in its report, the Committee should make recommendations that the government may use to better reflect the enshrined rights and freedoms in the Constitution Acts, including the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Take note of that phrase “whole-of-government;” that means everything the federal government touches: our military, which has lost soldiers to jihadis; our foreign affairs; our catastrophically broken immigration system, which welcomes returning ISIS murderers and rapists; our PMO, which gives ten million dollar pensions and apologies to jihad murderers; energy policy (including whether we might prefer ethical Canadian oil to conflict oil from the Middle East); CSIS, our spy agency and security intelligence…there are 198 agencies and departments that come under the term “whole-of-government”!
Take note, too, that the Heritage Committee is instructed by M-103 to make recommendations that the government may use “to better reflect” those rights and freedoms? What kinds of change does MP Khalid imagine would “better reflect” our rights than the already-passed legislation?
Ah, there’s the rub! You see, in the American constitutional concept, rights are God-given, and therefore unalienable. So their Bill of Rights and their Constitution were drafted to control what government can do to limit those rights.
But under Pierre Trudeau’s European-Socialist-style Charter of Rights and Freedoms, rights are government-given, not God-given; and what government gives, government can take away—either a little at a time, the way it has been curtailing our free speech rights through Human Wrongs Commissions and corrupt courts of activist judges; or all at once, as MPs Khalid and Alghabra would like to see, by imposing Sharia-based “blasphemy” laws.
There again, “Yes,” means “Yes”, and “No,” means “Try again…and again…and again…ad nauseam.”
M-103 has, in the space of one year, undercut our freedoms and equalities that are outlined in our Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It has the very real potential to leave us living in a backwards society where a woman’s value is half of a man’s value; where girls should not, and in many places may not, be educated; and where gays and lesbians are stoned for their sexual preferences.
For a real plan to prevent surrendering the freedoms we all love, visit CHP Canada’s website.
Reference Materials: Professor Samuel Huntingdon’s Clash of Civilizations, or Brigitte Gabriel’s They Must Be Stopped, or Glenn Beck’s Islam IS the problem, or Jonah Goldberg’s Liberal Fascism, or Frank Gaffney’s books Team Jihad and Sharia: the Threat to America, or Modern Islamic Warfare, or Canadian author Thomas Quiggen’s book Submission: the Danger of Political Islam to Canada.
Other Commentary by Ron Gray:
- Canada Day, 2020. . . I Miss My Country!
- Don’t Mix Religion and Politics? Why Not?
- A Leaders’ Debate Commissioner?
- Will the Trudeau Liberals Give Themselves a DPA?
- Religious and Philosophical Dialogue is Vital
- A Sensible Solution to Supply Management
- We’re Being Colonized—With Ottawa’s Help—Part 3
- We’re Being Colonized—With Ottawa’s Help—Part 2
- We’re Being Colonized—With Ottawa’s Help—Part 1
- Trudeau’s Gift: Unequal Rights
- They’re No Different Than Us
- The CHP Responds to the Terrorist Attack in Orlando