March 20, 2018

Candice Malcolm: Jagmeet Singh tied to radical Sikh nationalist rapper

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's show, Toronto Sun Columnist Candice Malcolm joined me to discuss NDP leader Jagmeet Singh's ties to a radical Sikh nationalist rapper.

Singh has already been criticized for attending Sikh rallies that glorify terrorists and promote breaking up India to form of an ethnonationalist Sikh state called Khalistan. 

Now it has been revealed that Singh has close ties to a Sikh-Canadian rapper with music videos featuring violence, AK-47s, the Soviet flag, and T-shirts that say "India's most wanted".

WATCH my interview with Candice to see footage from the music video for yourself!

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commented 2018-03-21 00:26:56 -0400
Good advice and perspective from Rick Shaw on twitter.

3h3 hours ago
Replying to @CandiceMalcolm
Thats traditional Khalistani culture, Candice. Their patron St. Bhindranwale also used to threaten & kill Hindus just like these budding saints are threatening you. Stay strong & take help of Canadian police or Indian army. Both know very well how to handle them.
commented 2018-03-20 17:54:47 -0400
Law-abiding gun owners in Canada——-low hanging fruit. They are identifiable, criminals are not.
commented 2018-03-20 17:41:02 -0400
Good questions Karan Singh.
Jagmeet is banned from entering India by Modi for a good reason. That alone should preclude him from even running or serving Canadians in any government role.
I appreciate that through Jagmeet (and justin) we get a gander/reminder of the current Khalistani problems in Canada. This exposure of that Sikh rapper should garner some closer scrutiny on the part of our law enforcement, unless of course Khalistani’s are getting away with pushing around law enforcement and our politicians to suit their needs. No different or better than any mafia?

This is a good reminder that the khalistani groups in BC especially, need monitoring. It might be a time for the regular Sikhs to identify themselves and speak out, or is this a case as with Muslims, where non Muslims or ‘moderates’ are afraid to speak out for fear of retaliation. If that is so Canadians need to ask themselves one more time how well they think this multicultural plan is going. Time to get terrorists, extremists, radicals and hate mongers out of Canada. Leave your warring at the door or don’t come in. You are Canadian or your not, which is it?
Which is it Jagmeet?
commented 2018-03-20 15:32:08 -0400
Karan Singh, the valid questions you pose will never be answered to anyone’s satisfaction…terrorists are above the law in Canada.
commented 2018-03-20 14:25:12 -0400
Apparently the music video was shot in Surrey, BC. I wonder why these khalistani goons openly displaying guns are not charged with unsafe storage laws, why not an investigation on how these wanna be terrorists got hold of AK47?? Where’s the RCMP now who are always too keen to arrest a farmer who dare to take out his gun in order to protect his life & property.
Moreover, NDP stand on private gun ownership is candidly anti-gun. I wonder what jagmeet singh’s stand is on his khalistani buddies defying Canadian gun laws by brazenly displaying guns, possessing a prohibited firearm (AK47) and advocating gun-violence? In one video rapper goes to the extent of saying that “we, the black bearded & black turbaned khalistani terrorists keep Glock (pistol) in our glove box compartment.”
That’s double standard. Canada is fast becoming a heaven for all kind of criminals & terrorists.