Meet Justin Trudeau, current Prime Minister of Canada and the Canadian version of Christian Grey from the ’50 Shades of Grey’’ series.
Sexy, isn’t he?
What’s there not to love about the dashing and charming 45 year old leader of the Liberal Party? He’s handsome, intelligent, loves babies, cuddles puppies, is always smiling and looking blissfully happy and welcomes everyone to the country that brought us Maple Syrup and Justin Beiber.
“To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength #WelcomeToCanada,” Trudeau posted on Twitter.
Canada has welcomed more than 39,670 Syrian refugees between November 2015 and the beginning of January 2017, according to government figures.
He really is a humanitarian and a multicultural man of the people, and Muslims especially hold a very dear place in his heart.
‘We will defend you. We will love you and we will stand with you”. Trudeau said in a message of solidarity with the Muslim community.
Trudeau has even appeared at many mosques, including one where the women weren’t allowed in the main prayer room with the men, but were forced to pray in a separate area upstairs.
The self-proclaimed “feminist” Prime Minister said: “Diversity is a source of strength, not just a source of weakness, and as I look at this beautiful room — sisters upstairs — everyone here, (I see) the diversity we have just within this mosque, within the Islamic community, within the Muslim community in Canada.”
So, it comes to no surprise that the Canadian parliament has passed an anti-Islamophobia and religious discrimination motion that calls on politicians to condemn anti-Islamic behaviour and rhetoric. So basically, if you value your right of freedom of speech and ability to mock, ridicule and criticise religion like we do here at Brainstain, then you might find yourself being slapped with a blasphemy fine and being lynched by Sharia law enforcement officers.
Tabled by Muslim liberal MP Iqra Khalid, who was born in Pakistan and moved to the UK and then to Canada (so of course no personal bias or conflict of interest whatsoever) states that the motion urges the federal government to “condemn Islamophobia” and to “develop a whole-of-government approach to reducing or eliminating systemic racism and religious discrimination including Islamophobia.”
There’s no clear definition of what Islamophobia is and that has not actually been provided. The lack of a definition makes it open season on any critic of the ideology of Islam. Even through it is established that Islam is not a “race”, it is still being labelled with the “but that’s racist” excuse in a way, before even defining what it really means in the first place.
And, everything is “racist” when you happen to not agree with it, right?
“Islamophobia” a label used by certain groups of Muslim apologists, in order to protect Islam from scrutiny. However, rather than protecting a group of people against bigotry, the term merely acts as a way to silence critics who raise valid points about the real and troubling aspects of Islam.
A phobia is classed as an “extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something’’. So, people are scared of Muslims or are Muslims scared of peoples right to their freedom of speech?
There is a legitimate fear of offending Islam or violating Muslim scriptures and the violent and potentially fatal repercussions of the before said. The passed motion makes that fear of offending Muslims more deadly.
Speaking of deadly, Canada has not been free from Islamist Extremists. On October 22, 2014 – Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, a convert to Islam, fatally shot Corporal Nathan Cirillo, a Canadian soldier on ceremonial sentry duty at the Canadian National War Memorial in Ottawa.
Or on October 20, 2014, when two Canadian Forces members were hit by Martin Couture-Rouleau, a recent Muslim convert in what is known as the 2014 Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu ramming attack. Warrant officer Patrice Vincent died of his injuries.
And, that is just the tip of the iceberg, it just goes to show that Canada is not exempt from Islamic terrorism, either.
Canadians know this, with polls showing that 71% of Canadians would not have voted for the “anti-Islamophobic” measure, if they had known that from the start. As a result, a petition on CitizenGo was created asking MPs to stop the “restrictive-anti-blasphemy’” motion. It has since been signed by 79,500 people.
“This motion will encourage legislation that would criminalize speech deemed “Islamophobic” and lay the groundwork for imposing what is essentially a Sharia anti-blasphemy law on all of Canada,” the petition states.
“If that happens, criticism of Islam would constitute a speech crime in Canada” it states, adding that this “kind of content-based, viewpoint-discriminatory censorship is unacceptable in a Western liberal democracy.”
The non-binding motion, known as M-103 was passed by 201 votes to 91. The motion caused some confusion in Canada, with many believing it to be a “bill”, or a “law”. So just for clarity, a motion is a proposal put forward for debate or decision in the House of Commons or House of Lords, but it is not a “bill” or a “law” in any way, shape or form.
So, the vision of enforced Sharia Law and turning Canada into Saudi Arabia is not yet a reality, so don’t be buying those burkas just yet, they might not be mandatory, at least for now, anyway…
But the motion could be one small step for Halal and one giant leap for Islam.
The motion now also has the ability to isolate, misinform and perpetuate normal everyday Canadian citizen. If the government had been willing to encourage dialogue on the topic, they would have heard that Canadians want more answers, not to be punished for simply having an opinion on an ideology that discriminates against women and homosexuals and condones hateful and vindictive violence.
Canada may be officially multicultural, tolerant, and politically correct, but Islamic extremism knows no bounds, as we have seen already.
This could be the first terrifying step into Canada becoming ‘The Islamic State of Canada’.
When in doubt, just blame Canada!
Story by Michael Lee
Featured Photo Credit: Huffpost