January 29, 2017

Anti-Islamophobia PSA: Agencies with vested interest create fake narrative of fake problem

David MenziesMission Specialist

Have you seen the public service announcement regarding the biggest problem facing Canada today according to the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants along with their allies, the Canadian Arab Institute, the National Council of Canadian Muslims and the Ontario Human Rights Commission? 

Apparently, like Hulkamania in the ’80s, Islamophobia is running wild these days in Canada!

The scene of ice-skating Muslims doing their best to fit in with the native-born Canadians, is of course a complete dramatization, and nobody really painted a “Muslims Go Home” slur on a garage door but I’ll give them a pass on this since all public service announcements use dramatization to hammer home a point.

What I can’t let pass however, are some of the details in the press release that accompanied the announcement of the anti-Islamophobia campaign.

Debbie Douglas, executive director at Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants, points to supposedly bona fide examples of REAL Islamophobia in Canada – an act of arson at a mosque in Peterborough, Ontario and a hijab-wearing woman attacked in London, Ontario.

Watch as I point out the problem with those examples and question just how out of control Islamophobia really is in Canada.

Why the focus on bogus Islamophobia in the first place? Could it be the background of the people at the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants? Waspish-sounding executive director aside, look at the names of the rest of the executives.

Does it seem like there’s a certain contingent here that might be overrepresented?

Enjoy being educated about Islamophobia by way of fake dramatizations and fake facts courtesy of agencies with a vested interest in creating a fake narrative of a fake problem.

Photo credit: BreakTheBehaviour.ca

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commented 2017-01-31 21:04:40 -0500
I have always thought the bombing of the Peterborough mosque was suspicious. No one was ever caught for that, so no one really knows exactly who did that. However, that doesn’t stop the msm from reporting it as an act of Islamophobia. It’s the same with the woman pulling a hijab off of another woman in London. MSM reported that as a hate crime until it was clear that the perpetrator was from Iran herself. After that, msm just didn’t report on it at all, not even to correct their initial story.
commented 2017-01-30 19:17:18 -0500
commented 2017-01-30 18:58:09 -0500
“Little potatohead turdo is going to visit this mosque today apologizing to koranimals on the behalf of Canadians.”

He does not speak for ALL Canadians, never has, never will. He can only speak on behalf of those that voted for him.
commented 2017-01-30 15:27:18 -0500
A mosque has been built in Winkler, Manitoba. For those unfamiliar with Manitoba geography, Winkler is the buckle on the Mennonite Bible belt. It is also a growing industrial and farming centre. How long before the smiley faces turn into grimaces? Won’t be too long.
This is the result of people confusing virtue signalling for the truth.

commented 2017-01-30 13:42:54 -0500
The moslem refugees did not come here to get away from white supremacists…they came here to get away from other moslems. There is nobody more “islamophobic” than these refugees.
commented 2017-01-30 13:30:50 -0500
Honestly, there is so much flying around. They are now saying Alexandre Bissonnette was the only shooter and Mohamed el Khadir is a witness and has been let go. This is bad and if this is true(and he’s not a convert) we will all be wearing this islamophobia garbage forevermore in this country.

The whole thing stinks, even this news is just too convenient. Is this going to be a big cover up ( a frame) or will we ever really know. It’s hard not to think this is quickly becoming a choreographed cover up. Think of the timing. I am so skeptical.
commented 2017-01-30 13:06:40 -0500
True to form, Samer Majhoub, the president of the Canadian Muslim Forum, who initiated the e-petition e-411 that led to the House of Commons unanimously supporting a motion by NDP leader Tom Mulcair condemning ‘Islamophobia’, characterized what transpired as ‘Islamophobia’, saying : “Even in your worst nightmares, we never thought for a fraction of a moment that such a terrible massacre could happen in Canada…We know (??) that Islamophobia exists in the country and in Quebec, but to the extent of having people being shot and killed in cold blood …. The shockwave is hitting the community.”
commented 2017-01-30 12:36:16 -0500
“The Maliki Sunnite branch of Islam is dominant, while a minority belongs to Shiite branch. Relations between Sunni and Shiite have been strained in recent years, with a Moroccan crackdown on material and organisations originating from Shia Iran and the group Hezbollah.7

Mohamed el Khadir is Moroccan, the only question remains whether or not he was Shia or Sunni.
The Quebec Mosque was Shite (attended by Shia) 85 percent of all Muslims are Sunni, and 15 percent are Shia. They have been killing each other for the last 1300 years or so over who should have taken over Islam after the Prophet died in the early 7th century.

Shia is a branch of Islam which holds that the Islamic Prophet Muhammad designated Ali ibn Abi Talib as his successor. Shia Islam primarily contrasts with Sunni Islam, whose adherents believe that Muhammad did not appoint a successor.

Just Muslims doing what Muslims do….kill each other. It’s just that now we have it on our soil and in our neighbourhoods. Oh Canada.
commented 2017-01-30 12:32:07 -0500
Spin machine is working full speed, MSM and police/govt. statements are talking in detail about Alexandre Bissonnette but maintaining a deep silence on ‘mohamed khadir’.
Now, even the mention of their yelling ‘allahu akbar’ before shooting has been omitted from the reports. However, every news article doesn’t forget to mention ’ it’s the same mosque where a pig’s head was left on doorsteps’.
Little potatohead turdo is going to visit this mosque today apologizing to koranimals on the behalf of Canadians.
Undoubtedly it’s muslim on muslin crime and not a case of hate crime. Nonetheless liberals will use this opportunity to push their agenda; 1) Further restrict gun-ownership, 2) Open borders to bring in more mohammedan refugees/immigrants, 3) Curb free speech under guise of ‘criminalize islamophobia’, hence clearing path for sharia in canada.
commented 2017-01-30 12:07:24 -0500
Trudeau, Philippe Couillard , Mulcair and many other of our politicians have defamed non Muslim Canadians by calling this a ‘terrorist attack on Muslims’. Give me a break. They had better apologize. We know darn well Alexandre Bissonnette and Mohamed el Khadir are Muslim, whether converted here or imported. This is Muslim on Muslim violence. There will be much more of it you can be sure. Why would it be any different here. Muslims kill each other where ever they are, and Trudeau will not be able to keep Muslims or us safe from this violence. It will be a hot ugly mess.
Damn it makes me mad he blamed non Muslims. You can be sure Alexandre Bissonnette and Mohamed el Khadir are not Christian.
Pretty damn quick to jump on Canadians backs. APOLOGIZE.
commented 2017-01-30 11:51:15 -0500
Poor Kadir had a difficult childhood.
The fellow did not have any “sexual emergency” only a “killing emergency”.
Everyone in this country knows that you can kill some one and live the rest of your life in relative comfort with 3 meals a day, exercise, internet access, free education, full dental, medical, eye care and get paid as well.
Isn’t our country great?
Now think of the poor idiots living in a sharia run country.
If a single woman is seen in the company of a man who is not a relative, she stands a good chance of either being beheaded or stoned to death.

That’s what I call cultural enrichment!

commented 2017-01-30 11:40:51 -0500
PETER NETTERVILLE, “Whew! Take a valium, Ross.” My name is “Ron”, but people often conflate my first and last name. Whew, you tell me “to take a valium” and then have the gall of accusing me of “hammering” you?? I guess I’ll take my Valium and move on. :-)
commented 2017-01-30 11:36:54 -0500
How will the CBC spin Mohamad Kadir? Whatever will Justin say? Mohamad felt excluded and we have to find the root causes?
commented 2017-01-30 11:30:47 -0500
It is high time that the cucks in the conservative party lost the fear of being politically corrected by the God Damned CBC. When they politically correct you insult them over twitter the way Trump does and find out how much support you actually have unfiltered by the God Damned CBC.
commented 2017-01-30 11:26:46 -0500
One of the accused is named Mohamed Kadr……not a white supremacist Trump supporter…..lefty LUGENPRESSE eat crow and humble pie.
commented 2017-01-30 11:24:18 -0500
Hi everyone,

Sorry, but I was wrong!

Early last year I predicted that there would be a terrorist (possibly by Islamists) attack in Canada before the start of 2017.

It seems that I was “off” by a few days.

Now that the ice has broken, we should see more terror attacks in the coming months

We need to make sure that our rich and powerful elites are well protected.

The security forces will be earning a lot of overtime from this point on.

commented 2017-01-30 11:03:23 -0500
Whew! Take a valium, Ross. If I could retract my comment, " I understand you did not like the Harper Conservatives much", I would. Obviously I hit a sore spot. Would you accept my apology for saying that, or are you going to keep hammering me for saying that?
commented 2017-01-30 10:52:03 -0500
PETER NETTERVILLE, so I understand that you are not "satisfied that our current crop of Conservative MPs were part of the unanimous support for NDP leader Tom Mulcair’s motion condemning anti-Islamophobia?” So, on that basis, would it be fair for me to conclude that you don’t like “Conservatives much”? By the way, you say that you understand why Harper did not sell off the CBC (although no Conservative has ever explained it as such to me), because of an expected media backlash? That is, submitting to (afraid of) the media. As far as presuming what I think, you concluded that I didn’t like "the Harper Conservatives much ". You have heard others, like Ezra and Brian Lilley, being critical of Harper not unloading the CBC. I guess, on that basis, you accordingly would likewise conclude that Ezra doesn’t "like the Harper Conservatives much.” I am old enough to know I can’t put my full trust in any politician.
commented 2017-01-30 10:21:54 -0500
Ron, by posting our comments by definition we are sharing what we think. That is the only thing I can use to understand your beliefs, just like you do about me or anyone else here. So, I can only know “what you think” to the extent to which you share.

As for Harper vs. the CBC, though I would prefer Harper had sold off the CBC, or at least cut its funding, I understand why he did not. If he had, he would have signed the end of the Harper Conservatives. The CBC has too much high level support from those in Canada that have way too much power, i.e. the Laurentian Elites. Unfortunately, these bastards can make or break a person and/or party. Way too much power.

Ross asked, “Are you satisfied that our current crop of Conservative MPs were part of the unanimous support for NDP leader Tom Mulcair’s motion condemning anti-Islamophobia?”

Nope, but I suppose I should find out which Conservatives voted against the bill or if it was a whipped vote and who ordered the whip (if indeed it was whipped).
commented 2017-01-30 10:10:20 -0500
PETER NETTERVILLE, “Having read your posts throughout the many months I understand you did not like the Harper Conservatives much”. Not fair for you to draw such a conclusion. Annoying, people who presume to know what I think.
I voted for Harper. However, unlike the leftists, who will never criticize their own no matter what, I am not one to ignore what I see as failings on the part of our conservative politicians. So, are you happy that Harper did not sell off the CBC (which, yes, I have complained about in past posts) or are you unwilling to take him to task for that? Are you satisfied that our current crop of Conservative MPs were part of the unanimous support for NDP leader Tom Mulcair’s motion condemning anti-Islamophobia?
commented 2017-01-30 10:09:03 -0500
Mohamad Khadir and Alexandre Bissonette are the two killers at Mosque according to Radio Canada.
commented 2017-01-30 09:49:06 -0500
As usual Canada’s “Dear Leader” condemns this terrorist attack on Muslims (Justin’s words) and offers his condolences on behalf of all Canadians. I’m sure Canadians don’t want this idiot to speak for them. And of course he had to say Diversity is our strength.
commented 2017-01-30 09:46:23 -0500
Ron Voss, when I responded to what Jonj said, I was referring to a general practice contrasting the difference between the parties, no specifics.

I am certain you can fin instances where the Conservatives did not respond to the people’s concerns. The problem comes is applying those instances as the norm.

Having read your posts throughout the many months I understand you did not like the Harper Conservatives much. No one is perfect, just one party is slightly better than the other … the lesser of two evils.
commented 2017-01-30 09:36:45 -0500
The c b c and the other leftard LUGENPRESSE will probably spin it thus – they will liken it to the " little " spat between the Roman Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland ( they’re just like us )
commented 2017-01-30 08:50:31 -0500
PETER NETTERVILLE, “There is a slightly better chance the federal government will listen to the people when it is Conservatives”. Like the federal Conservatives who were part of the unanimous support in the House of Commons for the e-petition, e-41l, condemning ‘Islamophobia’?
commented 2017-01-30 08:34:36 -0500
Elton Braun said, “If it turns out to be Muslim on Muslim it will certainly be interesting to see how they (CBC) spin this one.”

The CBC will most definitely lie to twist the truth to fit their narrative, that being Islamophobia.
commented 2017-01-30 08:27:37 -0500
Jonj Joseph said, “I thought we were in a democracy that voted on these huge expensive projects.”

Unfortunately no.

There is a slightly better chance the federal government will listen to the people when it is Conservatives, as Harper did change the direction of the government on a couple of issues because of public pressure while he was in office, but that will not happen with a Liberal government.

The Liberals will do what they want to do regardless of what the people want. They have a “shhh, little peons, we know best” attitude.
commented 2017-01-30 08:22:54 -0500
Noteworthy that Trudeau was quick to condemn the mosque shootings as a “terrorist attack on Muslims” but when Muslims conduct terrorist attacks he and the CBC can’t bring themselves to say so:
In the case of Islamic terorist attacks, the narrative becomes that the truck did it, etc.
commented 2017-01-30 07:17:18 -0500
As per this fake narrative in this PSA, there appear to be efforts underway to generate support for the passage of Motion M-103.
I suspect that the attack on a mosque in Quebec is also intended to drum up support for M-103 and claims of Islamophobia, or, at least, the mainstream media party and Trudeau, etc are spinning such a narrative.
This excellent presentation, “How Islam killed free speech in 30 years” by Robert Spencer (Director of Jihad Watch) in Montreal in April 2016, traces the history and development of how Islamic organizations plan to, and systematically do attack, freedom of speech world wide (to criminalize free speech to prevent criticism of Islam):
Note within it that he describes how the OIC drummed up support for anti-Islamophobia by violent actions.
commented 2017-01-30 06:48:40 -0500
Any which way I’m sure it must be Trump’s fault.