If you’ve been following the debate and politics surrounding the anti-Islamophobia motion M-103, you may have noticed that there’s some divide on the Tory benches over this issue.
Noted Red Tory Michael Chong says he’s supporting the motion but qualified it by suggesting that as leader he would scrap Canadian hate speech laws. Others like Kellie Leitch and Andrew Scheer have come out completely against the motion and will be voting against it.
Meanwhile other Conservatives have been putting forward an amended motion that discusses all religious discrimination, not just Islamophobia as M-103 currently stands.
The creator and sponsor of this motion is Liberal MP Iqra Khalid, a Pakistani Canadian who on Wednesday, as Rebels were rallying at Canada Christian College, told reporters she wouldn’t remove the Islamophobia reference despite calls from Conservatives to do so.
But that’s not all. Watch as I show you what Khalid said when she explained why she wouldn’t remove the Islamophobia reference.
It's absolutely mind blowing that Khalid, who left the medieval backwater of Pakistan for a better life here, compared the treatment of Muslims in Canada to the systematic extermination of six million Jews in the Holocaust.
This type of reckless hyperbole and latent anti-semitism seeks to trivialize the worst genocide in history as something similar to what may or may not be a rise in Islamophobia in Canada, a term nobody is willing to define.
I don’t think Canada should end all immigration from countries like Pakistan. It’s a nation with many persecuted minorities including Christians and ex-Muslim apostates who take their lives in their own hands every day by resisting Sharia law and Islamofascism, so I’d be more than happy to prioritize those people as refugees to Canada.
But what Iqra Khalid and her motion begin to do are to make Canada just a little more like Pakistan, where critics of Islam are brutally punished, sometimes by death.
M-103 is just a motion to start and is non-binding, but we’ve seen the growing and vindictive judicious nature of Human Rights councils and M-103 is just more ammo for the social justice warriors that sit on these kangaroo courts.
This motion reminds me of the motions constantly put forward at the UN by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, that seek to pass non-binding anti-blasphemy resolutions.
They aren’t really anti-blasphemy so much as they seek to protect Islam from all forms of criticism, mockery, and ridicule.
And you can see so many similarities in the globalist nature of the UN and our Liberal government in these two motions, motions that seek to prioritize the feelings of offended Muslims over our constitutionally protected Freedom of Speech.
Help us show the Liberal Party and Iqra Khalid that we won't stand for this Sharia creep, go to FreedomToOffend.ca and sign our petition.