June 22, 2018

Khalistani flag fiasco reveals dangers of unconditional “diversity is good” mantra

David MenziesMission Specialist


Recently at a Sikh parade in Brampton, Ontario, a police officer working paid-duty was handed a yellow flag by a father and his young son asking if they could affix it to the cruiser. Why not, right?

Diversity is our strength and all that, and of course Sikhs have a long allegiance with the British Commonwealth and are integral and valued members of our society, but there’s an extremist element in Sikhism too.

It involves forming a separate and autonomous Sikh state in India that would be known as Khalistan and the acts of violence that have been committed include the Air India bombing and the assassination of Indian Prime Minister India Ghandi in 1984.

The flag that officer unwittingly affixed to his car represents that extremist Khalistani element.

Watch as I explain why this little flag fiasco is relevant to the bigger picture with regard to our unofficial mantra of “If it’s diverse, it’s good, and if it’s good, it’s diverse.”

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commented 2018-06-24 16:08:55 -0400
I think the reason the happened is the reason so many similar incidents happen – like the feral rape gangs in England. That ,of course, is that this cop was afraid he might not appear to be a supporter of multiculturalism. i would so love to hear a Canadian political party disavow the stupidity of multi-cult and say so clearly and forcefully.

And Drive-By-Dan and Mr. Babies-Are- Parasites, I already know I’m a bigot, a xenophobe and a racist. Just ask my Slavic and East Indian daughters. I’ll save you the effort of calling me those names.
commented 2018-06-23 21:55:51 -0400
As all executive authority is vested in the sovereign, their assent is required to allow for bills to become law and for letters patent and orders in council to have legal effect. While the power for these acts stems from the Canadian people through the constitutional conventions of democracy,29 executive authority remains vested in the Crown and is only entrusted by the sovereign to their government on behalf of the people, underlining the Crown’s role in safeguarding the rights, freedoms, and democratic system of government of Canadians, and reinforcing the fact that “governments are the servants of the people and not the reverse”.3031 Thus, within a constitutional monarchy the sovereign’s direct participation in any of these areas of governance is limited, with the sovereign normally exercising executive authority only on the advice of the executive committee of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada, with the sovereign’s legislative and judicial responsibilities largely carried out through parliamentarians as well as judges and justices of the peace.30 The Crown today primarily functions as a guarantor of continuous and stable governance and a nonpartisan safeguard against abuse of power,34 the sovereign acting as a custodian of the Crown’s democratic powers and a representation of the “power of the people above government and political parties”.3536
commented 2018-06-23 21:54:24 -0400
reinforcing the fact that “governments are the servants of the people and not the reverse”.3031 Thus, within a constitutional monarchy the sovereign’s direct participation in any of these areas of governance is limited,

Is trudeau the servant of Canadian People?
commented 2018-06-23 00:21:05 -0400
Since when is any Cop Car in Canada allowed to have any… one single sign/flag/attachment fixed to it?
commented 2018-06-22 23:47:31 -0400
This police officer should have known it is not permissible to display anything on the police cruiser without approval….accepting the flag was problematic, then, displaying it is beyond the pale!!!

Esther V, I am so very sorry you lost your father in a terrorist attack. I was in my early teens at the time, and, I remember feeling very shocked and scared. I cried for the families who lost loved ones in this senseless attack. I heard the news reports and overhead my parents talking about terrorists and how Canada was dragged into this cycle of hatred… the immigration system didn’t screen for compatibility and allowed newcomers to unpack their feuds here and send support to their country of birth.
For decades, the Canadian government has made grave mistakes in allowing extremists to take root here and flourish; even within the government.

So, will this police officer and the rest of the force be required to get an education of the various extremists living in our communities, refusing to integrate and taking to the streets to celebrate their martyrs?
commented 2018-06-22 21:50:27 -0400
Peel, in its entirety is a keep driving municipality, Mississauga, Caledon and Brampton. It is a government experiment or microcosm of what they plan for across the country. Not exactly integrated immigrant societies. More like wannabe no go zones as far as Islam is concerned and a concern to Sikhs and all Canadians alike. Multiculturalism gone bad. Rotten paid off politicians are to blame.
commented 2018-06-22 21:31:16 -0400
If you ever get the chance to drive through Brampton, do not stop – it is a cesspool.
commented 2018-06-22 21:30:04 -0400
Diversity is the killer of societies, communities and nations.

Why is it that the only cultures to embrace this falsehood are the white ones?

Try the diversity line in Yemen, the Congo or Nigeria and see what happens.
commented 2018-06-22 20:40:00 -0400
ESTHER VENKETESWARAN commented 8 hours ago..

Thanks for stepping up and sharing…

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May love and laughter light your days,
and warm your heart and home.
May good and faithful friends be yours,
wherever you may roam.
May peace and plenty bless your world
with joy that long endures.
May all life’s passing seasons
bring the best to you and yours!
commented 2018-06-22 16:29:23 -0400
Diversity is not our strength. Diversity is weakness & ruin.
commented 2018-06-22 16:07:02 -0400
They’ve really dumbed down our police forces. They are compliant in the destruction of our once free society. I don’t believe this cop didn’t know what this flag stood for.
commented 2018-06-22 15:26:39 -0400
I posted previously, "Leave it at the door, or do not enter. " Except for terrorists. They should not be allowed into the country at all, and be deported if they have duel citizenship, if citizens of Canada only, then jailed.(I wish Justin understood this).
commented 2018-06-22 15:21:43 -0400
Esther said, “The law and police protection is for all. And it should be seen as IMPARTIAL and Unbiased!”

That is how it is supposed to be. This is entirely unacceptable behaviour for any Canadian police officer. I don’t think this Officer or his superiors should get off that easy.
commented 2018-06-22 15:18:47 -0400
That is outrageous! I do not want this person in a position of authority in Canada. What an insult! He did not know what the flag was? Not sure I am buying that. So how did it get on that police car again?

I am so sorry Ester V. that you have to endure such a thing in Canada. This is a disgrace. We should not be allowing terrorists or terrorist apologists into our country, never mind our police force or in any political position. Canada is a shadow of its former self. Canada has lost its self respect. When we allow those who have no respect for our country into positions of power, the result is a huge loss to our nation and our sovereignty. We are no longer strong and free, we are weak and subjugated. Inclusion gone wrong, multicultural mayhem. There is no place in Canada for terrorists, no matter where they bring their hatred from. Leave it at the door, or do not enter.

I just do not believe this cop didn’t fully know what he was doing. Not buying it. Nope.
commented 2018-06-22 12:40:14 -0400
Dear Mr Menzies,

Thank you for investigating this story and uncovering why the Brampton police officer was flying the Khalistani flag on his police car. My father was murdered by these Khalistani Sikhs when they bombed Air India Flight 182 on June 23, 1985.

I’m sorry but the officer should have known better. Regardless of whether he’d heard of the bombing of Air India or not, that flag on his squad car sends a message that he’s only out to protect Khalistani Sikhs. It was a dumb and ignorant gesture. The law and police protection is for all. And it should be seen as IMPARTIAL and Unbiased!

And that father and son had no business giving that flag to the officer in the first place, his community has shielded and protected the murdering thugs for over three decades. Entire families were wiped out, many children and babies slaughtered over the frigid waters of the icy Atlantic Ocean. And here he stands with his son to hand out a flag that represents a barbarous and heinous act. An act that has ruined my life, stolen dreams, broken hearts and has never been punished in Canada for being perpetrated in Canada by Sikhs.

These Sikh celebrations are tantamount to dancing on my father’s grave and the watery graves of the 328 other victims. Plus the two Japanese baggage handlers in Narita airport.

No as far as I’m concerned the Sikhs ruined their good standing in Canada forever. They’ve no place in civilized society much less in the Canadian Government. These Khalistani celebrations should not be allowed nor should the Canadian taxpayers pay for this.

Brampton police —-you ought to know better than that after an Trial and an Inquiry into the bombing of Air India!

What about the victims ? The families?

Diversity is going to DESTROY this Dominion of Canada if it hasn’t already. When I saw that a Khalistani is potentially poised to become the next Prime Minister of Canada – I saw the rot has already set in.
commented 2018-06-22 12:08:50 -0400
The problem with sikh separatist movement is not confined to the division of indian state only.
History & experience tells that sikhs, collectively, are not as tolerant as their host cultures. I wonder once they gain enough numerical strength in Canada what they’d demand next other than already granted numerous exemptions like turban, kirpan (dagger), etc., perhaps another homeland (khalistan) in western hemisphere, a piece of Canada because they don’t feel safe here as minority. And as it turned out for india sikhs have little scruples in resorting to violence to attain their goal.
It’s a lie spread by sikh separatists, mostly based in Canada & UK supported by our naive politicians, that sikhs are persecuted by indian govt. (except a brief period of riots in 1984 after 4 sikh bodyguards of then Indian Prime Minister murdered her followed by the killing of many innocents for just being sikh). Sikhs have proudly served in every official capacity with indian govt going to the highest level. There have been a sikh President, Prime Minister, several cabinet ministers with important portfolios, Governors, Chief of Indian Army, Air Force, attaining the status of 5 star generals just to name a few. They own big successful businesses & farms in every part of India. They’ve their gurudwaras (sikh temples) in every city & town of India, where they are free to practice their religion.
In return for all these rights, freedoms & prosperity sikh religious leaders gave terrorism to india.
Nowhere in india they are persecuted except in their own twisted mentality.
commented 2018-06-22 11:52:53 -0400
The only flag that a police car should fly is the flag that they point toward you and then to the curb, when they flag you down, the one that nobody likes.