Asia Bibi is a Christian woman from Pakistan. You don’t want to be a Christian woman from Pakistan. They hate Christians there; they riot and violently attack Christians; they kill them. It’s a bigoted country.
There are a lot of terrible things that come from Pakistan. They don’t just hate Christian women. They hate women in general — the vast majority of rape gangs in the UK are Pakistani Muslim men. Don’t take it from me — take it from the Pakistani Muslim home secretary of the UK, Sajid Javid.
These sick Asian paedophiles are finally facing justice. I want to commend the bravery of the victims. For too long, they were ignored. Not on my watch. There will be no no-go areas
("Asian" is how they call Pakistanis over there in the UK — give credit to Sajid Javid — he’s not being politically correct about it.)
Not so here in Canada, though. Iqra Khalid, a Pakistani Muslim in our Parliament has one claim to fame — she’s bringing in a Pakistani-style blasphemy rule called M-103, an anti-Islamophobia motion that the Liberals have adopted, and are now feverishly working to operationalize.
Oh, and she was part of a ceremony in Manitoba to name a public park after Mohammed Jinnah, the Islamist founder of the modern state of Pakistan. So we’re tearing down statues of Sir John A. Macdonald, but putting up statues of the founder of Pakistan, got it.
But back to Asia Bibi.
Asia Bibi was harvesting berries and dared to have a religious discussion with her fellow peasants. They were Muslim and didn’t like what she had to say. But whereas in normal countries, you have a political or religious disagreement, in Pakistan, they live under medieval laws, with medieval customs. Including a blasphemy law.
So Asia Bibi was convicted of the crime of blasphemy — and sentenced to death.
One Christian politician dared to speak up for her. He was assassinated. If they can do that to a leading political figure, they can do that to anyone.
On October 31, almost a decade after her conviction, the Pakistani Supreme Court claimed it had reviewed details of her conviction, and found discrepancies, and noted that Asia Bibi’s Muslim colleagues had insulted her first, and so she could be let go for that reason.
That’s not even a victory, of course. It’s really a loophole to get someone out of jail to stop what little political pressure there was on Pakistan.
That's when protests broke out. 100 per cent men of course. Baying for the murder of a woman for the crime of being Christian. That’s Pakistani culture, and custom, and law.
Now look at this:
Asia Bibi 'not offered UK asylum amid concerns of unrest and attacks’
A UK campaign group in touch with the family said the British government was working to help Asia Bibi, but had stopped short of offering asylum.”
The reason is obvious — they’ll have those same mad riots in Pakistan, in the UK, too. Of course they will.
So where is Canada? We took 50,000 unvetted Muslim migrants from Syria. Will we take one Christian refugee, out of solitary confinement in Pakistan, where she’s literally at risk because of blasphemy laws and rioters?
Well, surprisingly, maybe:
"We are in discussions with the Pakistani government," Trudeau said in an interview with AFP in Paris, where he was attending a peace conference organised by French President Emmanuel Macron.
If so, she’ll be well received by Canadians. By Christians.
And by many Muslims who want to live in a secular society.
But not so much by our own Muslim extremists, many from Pakistan...
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