December 13, 2016

CPC MP Steven Blaney addresses niqab ban critics

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Conservative MP and leadership candidate, Steven Blaney, joined me to discuss the state of the race for leader and his focus on Canadian identity, which rekindles the niqab debate

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commented 2016-12-16 13:53:23 -0500
After world wars 2 would Canada have let in Germans with SS uniforms on?Probably not.We as Canadians are being forced to remove religious symbol from public and government places.Removing the lords prayer.
Radical muslims do not wear a uniform but muslims in general wear appropriate dress to their religion.Radical muslim (men) even cover their faces like cowards and never wear uniforms.
I’m offended that they are offended by my countries long standing religious symbols.I am not offended by other religions in my country,but I am offended that we have removed ours all the while putting theirs in our face.Including prayer rooms in public schools.You can not have it both ways and think that it is OK.That is discrimination and that is why people are pissed off.Some people can’t handle the truth and if I just offended you than you must be one of them.
commented 2016-12-13 19:33:05 -0500
Sorry but I for one do not trust Mr. Blaney and I would never vote for him to be the leader of the conservatives.
He was very wishy-washy regarding the firearms issues when he was the safety minister. He also had the chance during that time to ban the niqab and never did, regardless of whether or not the Traitor Trudeau would have reversed that decision, at least Blaney would have shown he has some balls, which I don’t believe he has.
These guys say all kinds of things when they want to get elected – I’m not buying it.
commented 2016-12-13 17:33:40 -0500
Dan Mancuso – I laughed when he said that too!
commented 2016-12-13 14:47:14 -0500
I must say, it would be nice to know that the Salt Shaker walking toward You dose not have a hundred sticks of Dynamite, strung all over it’s body.
commented 2016-12-13 13:30:30 -0500
“I’m an Irish decent of five generation.” with a Quebec accent…
Without intending any disrespect…I cracked up when I heard that line from Mr. Blaney.

I think that banning an article of clothing is unworkable and precedent setting – in a bad way. Go to the root of the problem – ban Islam and ban Moslems instead. That is workable and desperately needed if we are to survive the Globalist’s onslaught against the sovereignty of Canada!
commented 2016-12-13 13:26:48 -0500
Banning the bag isn’t the way to go. I don’t give a shit if someone wants to walk around looking like a ground blind. We just need the right to say NO.

NO, you can’t drive if you’re wearing a bag; no you can’t vote; no you can’t get on an airplane, cash a cheque, complete a credit card purchase, etc. etc. And don’t make it incumbent upon ME to have a secure room and female staff to check your ugly mug.
commented 2016-12-13 13:18:13 -0500
The Naqab and Burka are just symbols of Tribalism.
commented 2016-12-13 12:59:00 -0500
If the burqa and the proponents thereof are not amenable to our traditions why allow either of them in? You’re just begging the question. Grow a backbone.
commented 2016-12-13 12:45:31 -0500
But I’m confused Steven, My PM told me there is no Canadian identity.
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