September 15, 2016

Message to Trudeau: Islam and feminism cannot co-exist

Faith GoldyArchive

Following Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s pilgrimage to a gender apartheid mosque, Canada's media was forced to ask the right question: How can someone claim to be a feminist and support the misogynistic tenets of Islam at the same time?

Tonight I show you why the fundamentals of feminism and Islam cannot coexist.

Then, I posit why the strange bed-fellowship between the two philosophies is raining dire consequences on the West.

THEN Miss World Canada Anastasia Lin joins me to discuss her new film about China's human rights abuses and why Trudeau's communist-coddling is putting Chinese-Canadians at risk.

PLUS: We've got your week's top headlines and Quote of Honour!

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commented 2016-10-03 18:12:43 -0400
Imagine how peaceful the world would be without the ideology of Islam " !
commented 2016-09-24 13:46:23 -0400
We know that women in our country have the right to vote but I wonder if muslim women are free to vote their conscience or are they not permitted to vote according to sharia law.
commented 2016-09-17 23:24:26 -0400
Actually Gordon, but then you have so many aliases it is funny.
commented 2016-09-17 23:23:34 -0400
Nice try Ronnie.
commented 2016-09-17 21:04:16 -0400
No, this is Phyllis Seitz. Have you grabbed that dictionary yet? Mayhap? Grammar, grammar, grammar, Hyacinth. You don’t need to qualify funny. Funny would suffice. It should read, "New alias? " You could have put those three words together in one comment. Perhaps you should have another pseudonym — as hyacinths smells nice — try skunk cabbage.
commented 2016-09-17 14:41:47 -0400
Simply too funny.
commented 2016-09-17 14:41:15 -0400
New alias, I thought so.
commented 2016-09-17 14:21:45 -0400
Similarities, not differences. Perhaps Hyacinth and Mark can grab a dictionary and educate themselves on definitions of similar and different.
commented 2016-09-17 14:17:07 -0400
Interestingly, it seems Phyllis is sounding rather like Terry Rudden, he was always polite, well … in the beginning. Could be totally coincidental, mayhap it is, but it is odd that she refuses to educate herself and instead she is steadfast in stating that the two are basically identical, minus the terrorism of course.
commented 2016-09-17 14:11:07 -0400
’In regard to their religious beliefs they are strict, unbending, and as fundamentalist as the Muslim faith."

A world of difference, but there is no point in arguing with someone that refuses to educate themselves.
commented 2016-09-17 13:58:02 -0400
I don’t think the Mennonites would want to kill you for not believing in there faith or making a cartoon about it.Nice try Phyllis.Or being gay.
commented 2016-09-17 13:02:20 -0400
Knew I was going to get pounced on for my comment about freedom and choice of women. My point was that even in our culture, archaic and bizarre lifestyles are accepted. I wasn’t talking about terrorism and refugees, I was talking about two different cultures that have similarities in regard to women. If anyone here commenting can say that in the 21st century, women dressed all alike, with no distinguishing features is ok, well what can I say? At least Muslim women step it up a bit with colourful veils and makeup. No one addressed the patriarchy prevalent in the Mennonite community, and this is regardless of orthodoxy or mainstream Mennonite practices — women I’ve met can go on missionary trips, can work outside the community, but are not encouraged to go beyond high school education. They bring new blood in from other communities within Canada so that the in-breeding problem is somewhat mitigated. In regard to their religious beliefs they are strict, unbending, and as fundamentalist as the Muslim faith. These are the similarities I was commenting on.
commented 2016-09-17 02:15:01 -0400
Phylis maybe the difference is that the mennonite women choose and the muslim women are forced.
commented 2016-09-16 21:24:28 -0400
Phylis Seitz, there are many, many flavours of Mennonites. Some are very traditional and some are as contemporary as any other church. You happened to hit one on the more traditional end of the spectrum. But as others have mentioned the differences between Mennonites and Muslims is worlds apart.

Muslims are nothing but trouble one they hit about 10% of the population. Where I live Mennonites or those of that upbringing are about 90% of the population and I can sure you we have no such grief.
commented 2016-09-16 17:26:45 -0400
Wait, I got it!
We’ve got to do something about those Mennonite child grooming gangs …
Oh, wait, whoops again … that would be the Muslims also.
commented 2016-09-16 17:23:06 -0400
I’m having a hard time remembering the last Mennonite terrorist attack. Someone refresh my memory? Oh yeah, those damn Mennonites and their demands for us to make changes and accommodations all the time … whoops … sorry, that’s the Muslims. Oh right, friggin’ Mennonites refugees rampaging across Europe, proclaiming death to France & England & … whoops again … that’s the Muslims.
commented 2016-09-16 16:39:14 -0400
“If women in either example didn’t want it that way, they would leave. Obviously they are content where they are. "

Wow Phyllis how can you breath with your head buried so deeply in the sand? To state Muslims and Mennonites are similar shows how deeply your head is buried, get some air quick.

See what the Imam states in the opening:

Phyllis, I suggest you read Nomad and Infidel written by Ayaan Hirsi Ali

In this day and age ONLY ISLAM adheres to the barbaric practice of female genital mutilation. It is not just in the backward areas of poor countries:
commented 2016-09-16 13:18:18 -0400
I can see the hypocrisy of Trudeau’s actions. One would never see him in a Mennonite church, but if he ever ventured into one, his hypocrisy would again be apparent. I accidentally arrived at a Mennonite church on Easter Sunday on Vancouver Island. This orthodox segment welcomed me into the service. Women did sit with men, however when it came to questions about the pastor’s sermon, when I put up my hand, a woman next to me gently lowered my arm, and whispered, "woman are not allowed to question the pastor.
I believe women find their own ways and freedoms and true feminism allows them to do so. Mennonite women wear archaic garments and adhere to biblical teachings to the letter. How is that any different than Muslim women? If women in either example didn’t want it that way, they would leave. Obviously they are content where they are.
commented 2016-09-16 13:04:19 -0400
Well – here it is – I have been saying it all along.

Evil = islam = feminazis

Unless you are a white male in which you considered an evil person by the feminazis AND islam

Here is the proof – dare you to disagree – and only a fool cannot see this in action

Anyone calling themselves a feminazis is evil to the core – if only because they follow the above two minute long video to the “T”.
commented 2016-09-16 09:04:18 -0400
“I can see the struggle to come….I just can’t get enthusiastic about cheering for either side. It’s Trudeau’s problem….he picked this fight now let’s see him referee it.”

No he won’t, he’ll turn tail and run just like Liberals do when the shite hits the fan. Remember the elitist Ignatieff? Lost the federal election (Liberals were relegated to third party status then), but instead of manning up he blamed everybody but himself for the loss and ran back to the States to Harvard. Then there is McGuinty, saw he was in major trouble, he prorogued the Ontario parliament, handed the keys to Wynnie, hightailed it out of Canada until the heat died down. Liberals only know how to make a mess then they run from the mess they created. Liberals are petulant cowards, all bravado no backbone. No different with Junior, he’s creating one hell of a mess, when the shite hits the fan he will run.

October 16, 2012
commented 2016-09-16 08:26:17 -0400
If you want to stop the trade in body parts from China it’s easy
Have the United Nations put a ban on the import of body parts and put a ban on cross border of body parts. If one is caught transporting body parts he/she/it will have their passport cancelled for life. If a diplomat is caught transporting body parts he/she/it is declared persona non grata
The business of body part from the 3rd world is known by our political “servants” who are in the pockets of big business and as long as there is money involved it will go on forever.
commented 2016-09-16 06:12:11 -0400
I caught part of a CTV interview with Little Potato Head. He compared the current wave of Islamic immigration to the wave of Italian immigration in the 50’s and 60’s. He stated that just like prior waves of immigration, by the 2nd generation muslim immigrants will be fully integrated into Canadian society.
Junior fails to understand that you cannot compare Italian immigration to the current wave of Muslim immigration.
When large numbers of Italians came to Canada, there were not significant numbers of Italians engaged in worldwide terrorism against every other religion other than their own.
Italians coming to Canada they were primarily Christian and being Europeans were ready to embrace Canadian values, including being ready to work hard to get ahead. They wanted to become Canadian.
Italians were not members of a religion where significant numbers of it’s adherents are determined not only not to assimilate but also to attempt to impose their beliefs on all others.
This contention is supported by the number of incidents where second generation immigrants have commited acts of terror.
This is not racism or bigotry. This is fact.
commented 2016-09-16 04:58:02 -0400
Would it mean that feminism has “arrived” if the men and women sat together? Hardly! Not until they ordain a woman as an Imam (henceforth refered to as mam) who preaches sermons on the qu’ran the suras and hadiths from a lesbian feminist perspective and who performs gay marriages. Not until that Mam is the cleric of four mosques that cannot pay their light bill because nobody attends anymore except for weddings and funerals….not until then can feminists say they have arrived….and even then the bitches won’t say it….feminism is one big chronic state of dissatisfaction.

I can see the struggle to come….I just can’t get enthusiastic about cheering for either side. It’s Trudeau’s problem….he picked this fight now let’s see him referee it.
commented 2016-09-16 01:57:53 -0400
We never really got things sorted out since Pierre E. Trudeau.
What will your (our) Country look like in four more years? Where is it headed?
In my view we’re in trouble. Economically we will be a basket case. We’ll have lost any kind of identity. In less than 1 year. Trudeau’s ideology has got Canada pitting one region against another, more than I can ever remember.
Promises made during the last election certainly weren’t based on due diligence or scrutiny and neither were they based on a strong vision.
We’re in trouble and we have to work harder to right the ship.
It’s more than pipelines to tide water as being critical. When the social fabric of a nation breaks apart, pipeline issues become pretty much irrelevant. Time to do some building of a nation rather than trying to appear “cool” to the sheeple. Photo sessions with Vogue won’t build nations. Attending a mosque pretending to be cool the next day after the 15th anniversary of one the worlds worst tragedies in history, doesn’t do it either. Especially when the event is coined “celebration of the sacrifice”.(English trans.)
What surprises me are the number of those who have bought the lie.
commented 2016-09-16 01:09:25 -0400
I see. You don’t know. Maybe this could account for the lack of coverage by the International Press.
commented 2016-09-16 01:06:32 -0400
Hey Jay. Tonight you have reached a new level of stupid. Keep up the good work and thanks for the chuckle.
commented 2016-09-16 00:59:09 -0400
What discrimination did they face.?
commented 2016-09-16 00:33:39 -0400
What about the discrimination faced by MPs Catherine McKenna, Karen McCrimmon, and Anita Vandenbeld.
I support equality. I have already emailed these three MPs with my support against discrimination, not because it’s 2016, (nor 916 as Justin appears to believe) but because I believe in equality. Anyone else who would like to do the same can email them at the below addresses as well.

Catherine.McKenna@ parl. gc. ca
Karen.McCrimmon@ parl. gc. ca
Anita.Vandenbeld@ parl. gc. ca
you can CC Justin Trudeau at
Justin.trudeau@ parl. gc. ca

Please excuse the spaces.

Unfortunately while this event got widespread coverage in international media, only the National Post seems willing to cover it in Canada.
commented 2016-09-16 00:32:04 -0400
Hey Justin responded to this article-he said “UHHHHH UHHH UHUH??”