May 12, 2017

“Fake” P.R. campaign? Non-Muslims barred from event claiming genocide of Muslims in Burma

David MenziesMission Specialist

Last week, I ventured out to a public library to attend a public awareness campaign that sought to bring attention to the alleged persecution of Muslims in Burma but a funny thing happened to us when we tried to get in.

They kept us out. We weren’t the only ones who it appeared were selectively denied entry, and it did seem that non-muslims were persona non grata.

Keeping the general public and media out of your event seems like a strange way to get the word out if you feel strongly about your cause.

Despite the fact that we were escorted off the property by police, we did manage to get a chance to speak with a couple of people who were involved with the event.

Watch as I speak with them and attempt to find out why we would be denied the opportunity to hear about this alleged genocide.

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commented 2017-05-14 11:46:58 -0400
I just e-mailed Rona Ambrose with a link to this report, and, I inserted the information from Lara Lacey & Bill Elder. I asked she research this topic well so that when the PM stands up in the House of Commons to inform Members opposite of the fast tracking of persecuted muslims facing a genocide; they can argue the false narrative using facts and vehemently oppose the Liberals. I also mentioned the agenda is coming out of Iqra Khalid’s region and there was blatant discrimination practiced at the event.
commented 2017-05-14 02:55:56 -0400
Ron, geez Louise! Thanks to traitor Trudy migrants are coming from everywhere. Just what we need, Central and South America emptying itself into Canada along with Mexico; and why wouldn’t they? Trudeau invited them.
commented 2017-05-14 01:17:30 -0400
Islam, islam everywhere islam. The religion of misery for all.
commented 2017-05-14 00:49:39 -0400
Liza Rosie, I have a lot to learn too. Thanks Lara Lacey & Bill Elder for your posts.
commented 2017-05-13 20:38:26 -0400
Tammie P.Z. you are absolutely right, there is no way they should get away with not allowing entry to anyone in a public library. An official complaint needs to be made.

Boy, what I don’t understand about Buddhists in Burma! I clearly have some homework to do. @ Bill Elder and @ Lara Lacey
commented 2017-05-13 17:54:19 -0400
There is no other group on the planet subject to so much systemic persecution, suffering and death as Christians. Primarily at the hands of Islam or Marxism, Christianity is the most abused and persecuted group today.

Each month – 322 Christians are killed for their faith -214 churches and Christian properties are destroyed – 772 forms of violence are committed against Christians (such as beatings, abductions, rapes, arrests, and forced marriages). During the last calendar year, some 90,000 Christians were killed for their faith across the globe, making Christians by far the most persecuted group in the world, according to a study from the Turin-based Center for Studies on New Religions (CESNUR). The UN has recently recognized this as well.

In Burma the long running (and mostly ignored) genocide has been against native Christian minorities. The Kachin Christian minority have consistently been targeted for their Christian beliefs. The Marxist/Buddist Burmese government has even offered rewards for their conversion to Buddhism. They have been the targets of mass shelling by the Burmese military and the victims of gross human rights abuses including being used as human landmine shields, rape, torture, disappearance, forced relocation, and the arbitrary destruction of their food and property by the state. They are among Burma’s oldest ethnic groups and have become nomadic/feral to avoid persecution.

The Chin Christian minority continue to be persecuted as restrictions are put on their ability to visibly practice Christianity. Many Chin are part of forced labor programs through the army and are banned from attending culturally-Chin private schools.

By comparison the The Rohingya Muslim ethnic minority are migrant squatters from Bengal and Bangladesh who the Burmese simply deny citizenship/welfare. They seem to get all the attention because of the Saudi influence in the UN
commented 2017-05-13 15:08:29 -0400
Ron Joseph, you’re right, the librarian would not have made the rules…I did suggest to David Mezies and the others who were evicted from the building to also bring a complaint to HRC & write to City Council. It is important that they are duly informed what publicly funded buildings are being used for; and discrimination is taking place.
TAMMIE PUTINSKI-ZANDBELT commented 17 hours ago
Hmmmm
David Menzies, and others banned from the public library, maybe a you should launch a complaint with HRC and seek financial compensation for being escorted out of the event without an explanation….this must have caused deep wounds! City council should be advised this happened and perhaps the group will no longer be permitted to hold events in publicly funded venues. The wording in your complaint should reflect how divisive this group is and very un-Canadian.
commented 2017-05-13 15:08:10 -0400
This library is in Mississauga, one of the epicentres of Islam in Canada, a test place for pushing sharia. Mississauga is where Iqra Khalid (M-103) is MP ,and where the local school board just approved prayer rooms in their public schools, in spite of a huge backlash from Sikh, Hindu, Christian,/ European community who were laughed at and ignored. Muslims WILL have their way.
The Mayor and councillors are all in this together.
Keep an eye on Mississauga . That is where we can see what to expect in our neighbourhoods, if we don’t do something about it now.
commented 2017-05-13 14:55:14 -0400
correcting damn spell check, complicit not complicate.
commented 2017-05-13 14:53:37 -0400
Not being allowed into a talk in a public building is our complicate apologist paid off governments, doing what their new employers expect them to do. Look at Britain, they do not give a rats ass what the average Brit thinks. There are enough Muslims to keep them in power and foreign ‘donations’ to keep their pockets filled. They don’t work for us anymore. We are inconsequential.
commented 2017-05-13 14:49:41 -0400
Thanks for that Laura Lacey. We really need to keep up on this stuff because they are coming at us from every corner of the globe under the guise of the oppression of Islam. Islam is as insidious as a noxious gas and will fill any void or vacuum. This Buddists beating up on Muslims bullsht is taqiyya at its finest. We have to educate ourselves and share the info.
Thanks Menzies, if I didn’t follow you and Kevin J. Johnston I wouldn’t know about events like this.
commented 2017-05-13 11:48:50 -0400
The Public Library!
Menzoid, absolutely go for a human rights complaint to the HRC’s, Kangaroo Court against these taqiyya-spewing invaders and their treasonous aiders and abettors. Seek out the other ones discriminated against – the more the merrier, strength in numbers, whatever works – and really make an issue of this.
By recording everything – like when the tribunal tells you to FOff because you’re a bigoted, white, privileged, male, patriarchal whatever, or when the state (the real court) allows the Islamists to prosecute you for Islamophobia – you will have incontrovertible proof that we are under attack, and how!
There could be a movie in it…

“The Canadian Library Association recognizes and values the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms as the guarantor of the fundamental freedoms in Canada of conscience and religion; of thought, belief, opinion, and expression; of peaceful assembly; and of association….”
That was the first sentence of the CLA’s Statement on Intellectual Freedom(SoIF):
https://librarianship.ca/news/cla-if-statement/

The SoIF is an interesting read – even more interesting are the various amendments to it since the 1970’s…
The public library concept and function is a cornerstone of a free nation. Protect it!
commented 2017-05-13 11:22:26 -0400
Tammy said—“City Council should be advised this happened”.
A simple Librarian does not make rules on who enters the library; City Council is in the middle of this up to their necks’ Go above them to HRT.
commented 2017-05-13 10:35:01 -0400
Non-Muslims are considered persona non grata… So where is the press indignation of RACISM (though it is not about race but religion). No matter what, it is discrimination.

Discrimination is not part of our “Canadian mosaic” (to use the term from the 70s for multiculturasim).

The people turned away should individually file Human Right commission charges and demand, oh, $12,000 for discrimination based upon religion. If say thirty people were turned away, and thirty charges are brought forward against the organisation putting on the even, and don’t forget to include the city for allowing this to occur, that could be an interesting predicament for the HRC.

And would the press inform the public?
commented 2017-05-13 07:30:31 -0400
Taqiyya at work. Something’s not right here.
commented 2017-05-13 07:27:20 -0400
The plan is to bring these people here to Canada, under the guise that they are being persecuted. They will flood our country with more of their human army. We are going to be just like Venezuela very soon.
commented 2017-05-12 22:57:12 -0400
The majority of Muslims who migrate into Myanmar are from Bangladesh. The population of Bangladesh is 162 million, in an area the size of Great Britain, and Muslims in Bangladesh can no longer feed themselves because of it. Bangladesh was once peacefully inhabited by Buddhists and Hindus. Islam invaded Bangladesh in the 8th century AD, and after centuries of brutal wars, dominated Bangladesh by the 12th century AD. Today, Bangladesh is 92% Muslim and one of the poorest nations on earth.

The British modernized Bangladesh while they were the protectorate of India; and Bangladesh runs on the infrastructure built by the British to this day. After the British withdrew from Bangladesh, it fell to Islam, and slavery once again dominated the nation. As expected, the Kafirs (non-Muslims) of Bangladesh were driven from their homes, and forced to live in slums, where Muslims only appear to collect the Jizya tax from them. Wherever Islam dominates, violence, slavery, suffering and poverty results. Life in Bangladesh under Islam is truly heartbreaking. I completely understand the concerns of the Buddhists, Hindus and Christians of Myanmar with respect to defending their land and way of life in the face of Islamic migration into their nation.

Islam in Myanmar: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_Myanmar
Life along the railway for Kafirs in Bangladesh: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lQzujGd1hAI
Sexual Slavery of Kafirs in Bangladesh: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9UL8Is-pIH0
commented 2017-05-12 22:39:00 -0400
Everywhere they are, it is always them that cause violence. Sooo tired of hearing about their non-stop crying. Can someone shut their mouths once and for all.
commented 2017-05-12 21:42:19 -0400
Hmmmm
David Menzies, and others banned from the public library, maybe a you should launch a complaint with HRC and seek financial compensation for being escorted out of the event without an explanation….this must have caused deep wounds! City council should be advised this happened and perhaps the group will no longer be permitted to hold events in publicly funded venues. The wording in your complaint should reflect how divisive this group is and very un-Canadian.
commented 2017-05-12 21:09:43 -0400
" Alright, this is re-goddamn-diculous."
-Dr. Evil
commented 2017-05-12 20:56:24 -0400
AAAARRRGHHHH. It just gets worse every day. What is wrong with people?
commented 2017-05-12 20:53:56 -0400
The Library is public property, yet real Canadians cannot go in.
Time for Kevin Johnson to bring up another lawsuit against the local Politicians. The rest of us should start demanding jail time for these traitors that we elect.
commented 2017-05-12 19:46:10 -0400
It seems that Trudeau and his Gang do not want people to know that there is a Country with enough gumption to stand up against the Death Cult, called Islam.
commented 2017-05-12 19:38:56 -0400
David Menzies, early in your report you nailed the problem very well; non-muslims are considered persona non grata – not just at this event….
The common tactic of Islam is portray themselves as victims; even when there is ample evidence they are the aggressors. They complain when their hostile take over has been foiled, and there is push back. The minute I heard 90% muslim in that area of Burma, that explains everything!
commented 2017-05-12 18:48:38 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 33,290 Attacks, 214,271 Killed, 295,442 Injured that we know of
commented 2017-05-12 18:46:24 -0400
Well this event defines 2 words very nicely, those 2 words are Hypocrisy and Irony. Yet the event organizers and the left wing trolls will not have a clue what i mean.