April 04, 2019

Barbara Kay: Anglo media shows selective outrage on Quebec secularism law

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Montreal-based columnist for the National Post Barbara Kay joined me to explain what Canada's "Anglo" media is getting wrong in their coverage of Quebec's secularism bill. 

The Quebec National Assembly has tabled a bill that "prohibits all government employees in positions of authority — judges, police, educators in elementary and high school (plus anyone carrying a weapon, such as wildlife officers) — from wearing face coverings or visible religious symbols."

This law was likely inspired by the overwhelming opposition among Quebecers to the Islamic hijab and niqab, which is also why Justin Trudeau is coming out so hard against the bill.

WATCH my interview with Barbara to see how Canada's anglo media has conveniently ignored real attacks on minority rights, like Anglo Quebecers under Bill 101.

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commented 2019-04-07 15:46:46 -0400
Make no mistake, the sneaky corrupt Canadian government is going to use this tool for it’s agenda to take down Christianity and it’s symbols. And once again, they’re using Islam to accomplish they’re agenda.
commented 2019-04-06 01:04:25 -0400
If the gov’t wants to know how Canadians feel about Quebec’s Law, lets have a Referendum.
Likely 60 to 70 percent would want the same Law for their Province. The Gov’t and its paid for media would never let this happen.
commented 2019-04-04 22:08:03 -0400
Odd how crosses and other religious things can be banned but the hiijab, a symbole of subservience, is all right. This is blatant favouritism of one religion over all others, just as the Quran commands.
commented 2019-04-04 19:18:44 -0400
This Country is so arse-backwards.

We don’t need any stupid prohibitions….all we need is the right to say NO.

Can’t see your face?
NO, you can’t drive a car
NO, you can’t get on my airplane
NO, I don’t have to take your cheque
No, I don’t have to employ you…
etc
etc