February 17, 2017

Globalist nature of Khalid’s “Islamophobia” motion puts “feelings” over freedom

Christopher WilsonRebel Commentator

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.

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commented 2017-02-19 15:07:04 -0500
I’m thinking the next victim of Islam may be Alexandre Bissonette – the man charged with the shooting in the Quebec mosque. If found guilty, he deserves the full punishment the law can deliver upon him. Should he die beforehand by “taking his own life” or under strange circumstances and before stating the motive or resolving other issues about who influenced him, how many were involved, and whether this was a mental health issue – I would only suspect that he was duped or radicalized by others in the Muslim community and may be a victim himself.
commented 2017-02-19 14:50:50 -0500
The fear and hate centred around Islam is Mulsim-on-Muslim. The fear in Canada is centred around the loss of freedoms, not the religion of Islam. Peaceable Mulsims following their faith are more fearful of the Islamist radicals who want to control them and eventually control the world by means of creating a single theocratic state called The Caliphate where their form of Islam is the only religion allowed. These radicals will do anything to achieve their objective, including creating martyrs and attacking mosques and Muslims who do not follow their thinking. Now it has come to Canada and the Liberal government is being duped into supporting their M-103 proponents in parliament.
commented 2017-02-18 22:01:36 -0500
@ Mara,
Give em M134 instead of M-103
commented 2017-02-18 21:52:53 -0500
We need more sincere voices like Edward Jobin’s:
“The media are sure playing up the anti-Islamopobia angle since Iqra Khalid has claimed she has received hate emails and are using this to shore up support. Where as I denounce any hate towards her or Muslims I also denounce the hate that emanates from beliefs that have their origin in the Koran.”

The hate-language that claims to come from the Koran or the Torah or from the New Testament has to be called out. To quote a line or verse out of context and against the original intent is dishonest.
commented 2017-02-18 18:51:15 -0500
At Mara..even though that was disgusting what you have posted.. that was not the worst that I have seen they can dish out. Trudeau must be ousted before his term is finished..surely what his regime is doing cannot be legal?
commented 2017-02-18 17:34:37 -0500
At Mara Lowe..send the link to Trudeau and Khalid’s site…cc to Wynne, Notley. Then to the Womens shelter of abused Women across Canada.
commented 2017-02-18 16:26:15 -0500
There has to be at least one Human Being Political Person out there in Canada that can follow President Trump’s lead, President Trump is by-passing the corrupt msm and getting his message and correct words to Everyday People! At least one true Canadian who has the knowledge of the Canadian Laws and protection of Law Abiding Canadian Citizens… We are seeing and hearing NONE of THIS!! from the Trudeau moderate and extremist liberals..it is the exact opposite what Canadians are getting out of Trudeau, Wynne and Notley. Monsef is still on Trudeau’s crew!! She is here illegally!!
commented 2017-02-18 15:03:26 -0500
Apparently the blind loon behind the World Trade Center attack has died. Good riddance.
commented 2017-02-18 13:42:02 -0500
Ms. Khalid made a speech that appeared yesterday in a CBC article where she defined "Islamophobia’. The portion in question is reproduced below.

During debate on Wednesday, Khalid and the Conservative critic, David Anderson, actually offered similar definitions: “the irrational hatred of Muslims that leads to discrimination” and “hatred against Muslims,” respectively.

Was this deception or misinformation? I think she erroneously conflate the words "Muslims’ and ‘Islam’. This is a logical fallacy and reflects an intent to mislead people.

Islamophobia is the irrational fear of Islam, the ideology, not Muslims. She should know that there is nothing irrational about fearing Islam. She should try to go back to her country of birth and dress the way you now dress in a free society such as Canada and see if the fear of Islam is irrational.

Furthermore, it can be argued that there is nothing that has ever been invented that is more hateful, than Islam. You do not need to go further than the Quran to see this. In Surah 5:51, Muslims are command not to take Christians and Jews for their friends. Surah 9:29 commands Muslims to fight those you do not believe in the god of Islam, even if they are Christians and Jews. In Surah 5:60, the god of Islam transformed Christians and Jews into apes and swines. I could go on and on.

Canada is a free country and that is why we love it. I share her sentiments for the love of Canada. Many have fled countries where Sharia is mandated by the Quran and the teachings of the prophet of Islam to come to Canada. It is a criminal office to criticize Islam in their country of birth. Now, sadly, they felt that they were safe from Sharia, only to find that Sharia has caught up with them with the introduction of her bill M-103.

Finally, no one should be subjected to persecution, hatred or racism because of their beliefs. But the facts are that other minorities are subjected to far more persecution, hatred and racism than Muslims and mostly at the hands of Muslims themselves. Therefore, to be fair to all, this bill should not only single out Muslims for protection but also infidels as it can be argued that Islam divides humanity into two races, Muslims and Infidels and commands hatred against infidels.
commented 2017-02-18 13:18:07 -0500
A phobia is an irrational fear. Since terrorists use Islam as their vehicle, it is up to the Islamic religion to rid themselves of the scourge of terrorism. Until that happens I’m going to remain wary, watchful, and critical of Islam, where appropriate, and those that adhere to it. That is just plain common sense and not the least irrational.
commented 2017-02-18 13:13:39 -0500
The media are sure playing up the anti-Islamopobia angle since Iqra Khalid has claimed she has received hate emails and are using this to shore up support. Where as I denounce any hate towards her or Muslims I also denounce the hate that emanates from beliefs that have their origin in the Koran.
commented 2017-02-18 12:56:59 -0500
So being faced with the regressive M-103 bill , at least one Conservative leadership candidate who wants to import even more immigrants many of whom hate our Western culture and are potential terrorists, the threat of losing even more gun rights under the Islam extremist sympathizing , communist loving, Trudeau who also wants Canada to to join the EU and lose whats left of Canada’s sovereignly, does anyone know of a Conservative candidate who will actually reverse these nation destroying initiatives? What candidate will roll back Trudeau’s unnecessary restrictive firearm laws, remove the RCMP as CFO, extreme vet all immigrants to ensure they love our Western culture, are willing to assimilate, have no terrorist ties or inclinations, can speak and write English fluently and actually have something to contribute to our economy other than more economical burden?
Kellie Leitch is strong on immigration but terribly weak and wishy washy on firearm legislation and believes the existing legislation with RCMP oversight is just fine as it stands now under Trudeau.
Can anyone give me the name of a candidate that will effectively deal with these issues that will positively serve law abiding Canadian citizens who own and use firearms responsibly and not the wishes of immigrants from hostile countries?
commented 2017-02-18 12:25:43 -0500
It is sophism at its finest to equate the murder of people at prayer with the “need” for the larger Canadian society to combat something no one can even define, i.e., “Islamophobia”. Those disgusting murders stand in their own right as testament to the cruelty, cowardice and mental state of mind (or lack thereof) of the loser who pulled the trigger. To conflate the act with a narrative that says “Because the act occurred, and I have been receiving harsh emails over my stance, therefore Canadian society writ large is afflicted with something, even if no one has defined what it is we’re afflicted with” is clearly ludicrous.

Funny, isn’t it, how when past ideological murderers have been associated in some way with Islam the response from the politically correct crowd is the shooter was a loner, mentally unstable, someone who doesn’t represent Islam. And what has been the response of the larger Canadian society to this argument? We accept it; there are no calls in Parliament by non-Islamics for a motion examining the “Canadaphobia” which must “obviously” be inherent in Islam because soldiers were gunned down or run over on Canadian soil, and Canadian civilians killed in 9-11 attacks. Yet when the shoe is on the other foot….ah, how quickly the narrative changes. Then, despite the acceptance and tolerance that has allowed Islam to flourish in Canada over the past 150 years, the act of the one is suddenly somehow indicative of the mindset of the many. The well rehearsed claims of oppression and religious intolerance (used historically the world over to advance Islam) are dusted off, brought up to date to fit the situation, and given voice by the usual Islamic organizations to complaisant, self-interested politicians.

The contrast cannot be more clear. On the one hand we have the liberal Western, Judeo-Christian Canadian approach that has not sought to condemn or change Islam for the actions of its individuals; on the other, we have the Islamic, theocratic approach that seeks to challenge a society’s fundamental freedoms solely due to the actions of its individuals. Choose which approach you want to follow going forward.

Those who advocate outright violence are already rightly subject to Criminal Code sanctions; why that is not enough for those who would now also seek to sanction criticism (which may or may not be crude or hurtful, but which is not in itself advocating violence) indicates either a very fragile, collectively thin skinned group, or (more likely) a group interested in using a convenient narrative at a politically opportune time for purposes of separating itself out as somehow being “more special” than other groups.
commented 2017-02-18 12:18:17 -0500
There is no such thing as Islamophobia. Given the nature of Islam and its potential for violence it is very hard to have an “irrational” or exaggerated fear of Islam. It’s like saying you have an irrational fear of alligators. I am very afraid of Islam and only a fool or a Muslim would be otherwise.
commented 2017-02-18 11:21:06 -0500
John Rob commented – “The reading in the house of the hate mail by Ms Khalid struck me as odd.”

Yes indeed – even the so called hate mail she got was simply harsh criticism, otherwise the RCMP would be all over the senders who are damn easy to track. Another example of the standard deceptive nature of political radicals – and this government is saturated with political radicals – and that will be the downfall of Trudeau because Canadians are not radical and radical solutions do not sit well with them – this is why he has backed off all his controversies – but it seems this radical Islamist tick is the political hill he coses to die on – one term for the Soros-installed Trudeau 2.0 feds. Lynda Palmer – I agree this term is so apt and so indisputable “Islamic Dysfunction” or Islamic hegemony or Islamic agitprop – all are apropos and can be used interchangeably to refer to radical or fundamentalist political Islam. Yes it is not a religion or a race – it is a political/legal system for sectarian theocracies.

I relate these Imams and other Islamist lay-clerics who emote hatred of the west or Jews or infidels to the same fundamentalist Christian preachers who tell their congregations that “God hates fags” – same fanaticism in different packaging.
commented 2017-02-18 10:07:33 -0500
DON MACDONALD…..Good comment but I don’t totally agree. You mentioned the small % of muslims living in some of our cities. My argument is that we must look at the huge % of bs we are putting up with concerning so few of our citizens ( “our citizens” ) being a loosely spoken term. We must realize that pm dimwit will have increased the number of new citizens substantially by next election. At that point it WOULD be nice to see the last of Trudope the Younger’ but we better not get ahead of ourselves. I find myself agreeing a lot with JAN G’s post…..“Canadians are idiots and deserve this”. This is where I feel Don is mistaken. The dolts who put this abomination in power in the first place quite frankly may be too stupid to SEE what this infestation of muslim influence in our parliament, and country is doing. What seems apparent though, is that criminal activities by our “guests” are almost certain to rise prior to next election. If enough apologists start suffering consequences, such as rapes or violence perpetrated by the donkey diddlers that effect them or their familys, there MIGHT be hope. Beyond that, prepare for the sharia, and it WON’T be pretty. WAKE UP CANADA!!!!!!
commented 2017-02-18 09:41:21 -0500
Start by fighting back at the term “islamaphobia” with the term “Islamic dysfunction”. I read it here in one of the articles and it is a great term to describe the real problem our politicians should be concerned with.
commented 2017-02-18 01:38:36 -0500
This cancer has no place in my neighbourhood nor my presence! I refuse to accept it and bend and spread for it like the liberal government and Muslim glory hole boy justin ..
multiculturalism doesn’t work here you fat ugly white douche bags that are forcing the issue!
Get laid! You defenders need to get out of loser ville !!!
commented 2017-02-17 23:48:49 -0500
Islam is changing and modernizing. Why only last week the Iranian High Council of Mullahs agreed to rename a day of the week ." Immolation Day " is now called Fryday in Iran.
commented 2017-02-17 23:29:19 -0500
commented 2017-02-17 23:28:26 -0500
Ron MacDonald, I cross referenced “intellectually eviscerated” with the Urban Dictionary and it reads “Effing moron”. Just in case the leftist drones that visit this site don’t understand big words, I thought I would dumb it down for them.
commented 2017-02-17 23:25:34 -0500
I am feeling very sad for my country.
commented 2017-02-17 22:28:27 -0500
Frankly this conversation needs to start with calling out certain B.S. sentiments that both sides of the aisle bring up. Firstly, the worst genocide in history WAS NOT THE HOLOCAUST. It was horrible and evil, but Stalin did worse in Ukraine. What Mao did in China, however was kill 45 MILLION in FOUR YEARS. But what the heck, this SAME government (think about that) gives us cheap flat screen T.V.‘s and all the slave labour that we, the west, need, after all. This is just a bunch of B.S. virtue signalling that socialism, especially of the communist kind, "really isn’t all that bad". And by golly, Islam isn’t all that bad either! Hands up, all millennials who have heard of Tiananmen square? Yeah, that’s what I thought…
commented 2017-02-17 22:07:36 -0500
By the way..goofs come in all sorts of variety’s just in case you thought was singling out a certain type of goof. There are all sorts of goofs over the whole wide World. That’s my point…about free speech..where do you draw the line? On what word? How many words are there in the latest dictionary by the way?
commented 2017-02-17 21:54:02 -0500
As a Catholic lawyer, I am adamantly opposed to the idiocy that religious beliefs should off limits. Religious beliefs that motivate irrational and anti-social behaviour should be criticized. If religious beliefs cannot withstand scrutiny then they should be abandoned.
commented 2017-02-17 21:49:37 -0500
Okay..I have a legitimate case of fear of goofs.. who are trying to force me to think like them..and not to talk or speak out loud if I disagree with the goofs! I guess I will be charged with the new crime of goofphobia! What’s next? ..Common sensephobia???..I guess I will get executed on the spot for that crime.
commented 2017-02-17 21:49:37 -0500
Okay..I have a legitimate case of fear of goofs.. who are trying to force me to think like them..and not to talk or speak out loud if I disagree with the goofs! I guess I will be charged with the new crime of goofphobia! What’s next? ..Common sensephobia???..I guess I will get executed on the spot for that crime.
commented 2017-02-17 21:45:47 -0500
The reading in the house of the hate mail by Ms Khalid struck me as odd.
She begins by saying “let me read you some of the hate mail I got” but then references instances where she was obviously not being addressed in the first person by her mail.
Second, I would think that if a sitting MP were to receive death threats,it would be a big deal to the police, being as it is against the law. I haven’t heard of any authorities looking into this matter yet.
And finally, if she, being a representative of a riding in Mississauga (of all places) thinks a country like Canada would go off the rails and commit such atrocity as she alludes to, she should be ashamed for being so uninformed of Canadian values.
If I see another politician try to sincerely cry, I’m going to vomit.
commented 2017-02-17 21:43:13 -0500
Canadians deserve this. They believe people like this immature, manipulative liberal mouthpiece for Trudeau and don’t do their research.
Canadians are idiots and deserve it.