Kellie Leitch is running for the leadership of the Conservative Party, and her signature policy is something so basic, I’m stunned that it’s controversial: Leitch wants a test for new immigrants to Canada, to make sure they accept Canadian values.
As in, equality of men and women; tolerance for other religions, that sort of thing. You know: the separation of mosque and state. (If you agree, please sign our petition here...)
But now a new message has come, from Montreal:
Nabil Warda has plans for an 80-home housing development, but only for people who meet his test, for Muslim values.
I haven’t heard a peep on this from Justin Trudeau, or Maryam Monsef and the other Muslim MPs in the Liberal party.
Why? Because they do not oppose it.
In Toronto, as we have shown you before, there are already Muslim-only subsidized housing compounds — where if you’re not Muslim, you’re banned, even if you’re poor and disabled.
Yeah, Canadian values. They’re just as important as money matters, and taxes and jobs.
American values were important to American voters in the U.S. election.
I suspect Canadian values will be important to Canadian voters in the next...
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