February 01, 2019

“Full face covering in public is a notch too far”: CBC tries to get refugee advocate fired over THIS two year old Facebook post about burqas

Ezra LevantRebel Commander


Check out this CBC story today. It’s not even a real news story. It’s a little political campaign that serves the interests of Justin Trudeau and the Liberal government, and serves as an infomercial for “World Hijab Day,” the Islamist celebration of the subjugation of women.

Head of Alberta newcomer agency under fire for social media post on face veils

'Full face covering in public is a notch too far,' Frank Bauer wrote on Facebook in 2017

Frank Bauer is a social worker. His organization is called CARE, Central Alberta Refugee Effort. He loves refugees. It’s what he does all day, every day. He integrates refugees into society. He himself is an immigrant, I think from Holland.

But you see, he wrote something on Facebook in 2017. In a respectful, polite conversation about integration:

"What a good and at the same time difficult topic to bring up for discussion. Indeed where is the line in the sand on welcoming and accepting people and immigrants making concessions on adapting and in some ways conforming to the new country they find themselves in?"

A great question. Look at how gently he’s weighing in...

"I am a strong advocate for being welcoming, inclusive and respective all cultures and religions, however find full face covering in public a notch too far.”

So do most Canadians, and most people in the world, and many Muslim countries, by the way, that have banned full face-covering burqas and niqabs.

According to this massive Angus Reid survey, 77 per cent of Canadians want the burka banned, at least amongst the public service. The same Angus Reid poll shows 75 per cent of Canadians wants that banned too.

I’ll finish reading his Facebook post:

“I would not feel comfortable in conversations no matter what the topic is, and believe this is an area where newcomers need to respect and adapt themselves to the Canadian culture and norms.”

According to CBC's own report, not a single person complained about this Facebook post. Of course not.

So the CBC did.

This is a 1,000-word story — that is extremely long. They say Frank Bauer "is under fire..."

But that’s not really true, is it? The CBC are the ones who have lit the fire. They’re really writing about themselves. And their activism.

Bauer's post was deleted, but CBC News recently received a copy, along with a letter of concern sent to the provincial government anonymously by some CARE staff in August 2018.

So, the CBC has been sitting on this blockbuster story for six months. Why did they publish it now?

Because it’s their teachable moment for the Islamist propaganda day, World Hijab Day.

TONIGHT I'll take you through this story, and talk about the weirdo named Andrea Huncar, who wrote it.

The CBC quotes an anonymous accuser, hurling slurs in the form of anonymous gossip. The CBC called pretty much everyone involved in refugee resettlement in Alberta and demanded that they go on record denouncing Bauer.

So there’s your lesson, tiny citizens:

Don’t be like Frank Bauer. Don’t have a thoughtful conversation. Even if it’s motivated by, say, wanting Muslim women in Canada to, oh, I don’t know, make friends? Get a job?

And the CBC, the state broadcaster, wants you to know that they hate you, too.

If they can get Frank Bauer fired — and they will, by forcing his board to choose between him, or three million bucks from Trudeau — for a two-year old Facebook post that was as mild and thoughtful as that, they can get you fired, too.

So shut up and vote Liberal, you bigot...

NEXT: To talk more about what World Hijab Day is really about, I'm joined by Yasmine Mohammed, author of Confessions of an Ex-Muslim.

FINALLY: Your messages to me!

 

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commented 2019-02-02 00:15:09 -0500
If you took the most CONSERVATIVE definition of marriage between a man & woman where the woman is the property of the man historically,
A lot of practices within islam are new and unbalanced.
From my knowledge an old fashioned marriage was a contract (from the woman’s point of view), was meant to surrender the use of her fertility to a man. He chooses how many kids to bear if the woman could handle it.
If a woman could not have kids or struggled, the faith would anul the marriage no questions asked.
The man did not own the woman to beat, starve or to deprive the necessitates of life. If she was a bad wife or mother, she was tossed and replaced.
If the man drank, gambled, starved & beat his family, he in turn would be beat senseless by family or neighbours. But the lady of the house also ruled the family as well as the husband because he was often gone and she took his place as executor.
Contrast this with Islam. Where in Christianity, the property of man was flaunted in what he could provide for his wife compared to putting her in a garbage bag to insult her dignity of her work & sufferings.
Where she can be beat by a community.
Where she can be raped by a community.
She can be starved & humiliated by her support system, her family in friends. Its toxic as hell. Its against anthropology’s definition of marriage to my understanding and for some asshole trying to revive the old values of a traditional marriage where a woman does not work overtime with a second job outside the home to provide where there is lacking, is a loss of common sense & a sense of history.
There is a starvation of traditional marriages from a Christian point of view because we believed the independence of a woman had to be in her value as a man in the workplace.
I don’t think even in the worst misogynistic examples of western traditional marriage is there such brutality on a woman’s sexuality.
commented 2019-02-02 00:00:53 -0500
Robert Sloane….Don’t buy land if you go to Thailand, They may take your money, but land can only be owned by locals. A British guy made that mistake; when he got back to London Airport , he had no shoes or socks.
commented 2019-02-01 23:58:13 -0500
This is Canada you God damn Islamic rats I’m so sick and tired of your bs take your filthy hijabs and burquas and shove em up your asses you 3rd world pricks!!! Keep pissing us Canadians off and you will see what’s coming for you scumbags!!
commented 2019-02-01 23:16:46 -0500
Today I saw a Political friend, he knows a lot however he is also wrong a lot.
He told me that the Federal Gov’t is recruiting SENIOR Refugees from the 3rd world countries. I said, " not even Canada is that stupid, we already have the 2nd worse Health Care System in the Western World.

I got home, looked this new information and my friend was correct. I will show
you just two interesting numbers from the Gov,t as it is a 20 page document.

In 2015 3.5% of our people coming in were over 65 years old.
In 2055 this number will be 40% over 65 years old, not counting the senior Immigrants that are already here.

In 2011, 15.1% of Immigrant Seniors did not know either Canadian language.
In 2019, 50.1 % of our Immigrant Seniors will not know either language. They said we cannot discriminate against people for their language, any more than we can their color.

Last of all I read about the Government’s reasoning for this Left turn.
It said Canada is famous for helping the American Slaves receive their freedom, so why not go on with this wonderful trait and save Old Africans etc., and Canada’s reputation will continue to be highly respected in the world.
BELIEVE IT OR NOT
https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/seniors/forum/social-isolation-immigrant-refugee.html
commented 2019-02-01 23:11:11 -0500
I won’t flee my own country or leave my family and loved ones with this mess. I’m staying for this fight. Islam, China and radical Marxists can’t have this country without a fight.
commented 2019-02-01 22:54:35 -0500
Oh, and every Country I’m looking at, has less than 0.1% Islam… No Hijab or Burqa Day there… That’s right… And cold beer on the Beach. Cerveza fria… And Latin ladies get to wear Bikinis….
commented 2019-02-01 22:45:37 -0500
Well, I’m off to retire in Central or South America soon. Maybe Southeast Asia…. Thailand is nice… Great Health Care too… And at a fraction of the cost here in Canada… Think about Emigrating my friends…. Canada is going down. I had nothing to do with it, but I’ll be damned if I stick around to pay for it, or suffer the consequences… Also, Winter sucks….:)
commented 2019-02-01 22:29:47 -0500
Peter Babich—last nite you stated that we shouldn’t worry as The Federal Liberals will finish 3rd in the up-coming election. You said that you have inside information . Can you tell us more?
commented 2019-02-01 21:47:54 -0500
Odd how upset these leftists get at a cross necklace but oppressive symbols like the hijab are all right.
commented 2019-02-01 21:38:35 -0500
I won’t vote liberal. Bigots ok with me. I’ve been called worse
commented 2019-02-01 21:34:29 -0500
Our apologists parrot the U.S. apologists, move for move. Its pathetic.
commented 2019-02-01 21:30:43 -0500
The burka is a blatant identifier of RADICAL, POLITICAL Islam! Unless it is made illegal to wear it on our streets for all, we will never get a handle on this population Jihad against our country.
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If there are Muslim men who refuse to allow their women to westernize, at least as much as not wearing face and head coverings, then, there is the door. If they are not willing to make that concession they will never be a fit for Canada.
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None of this accommodation of these radical cultural/political Islamic laws, make any sense to sensible Canadians. Don’t accept nonsense. Burkas in the west are nonsense!
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I’m sorry its difficult for the women. Offer protection for them if they want it, and send the men and any threatening family members packing.
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This is not going to get any easier than it is now. Why can we not learn from the havoc Islam is causing in Europe, as well as the long history of Islamic stands in western countries?
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Screw the name calling. Who cares?
Screw political Islam. The burka is a political statement, not a religious prerogative…anywhere. Its not in the Quran.
commented 2019-02-01 21:18:04 -0500
- The CBC s a reflection of the Canadian people – at least the ones who are rabid far left Liberal party hacks. They’re the enemies of everyone else.

- Virtue signaling takes cowardice. Putting yourself in potential danger to save others is heroism. Yasmine Mohammed is a hero to many.
commented 2019-02-01 21:15:26 -0500
Only ugly Berks where Burqas and and Hijabs. To make things worse, there is no law or verse in the Quaran that states that a woman has to cover her face or wear head covering. The only reasons that they are worn is to annoy the people of the Country they are invading or to stop them being raped by another Muslim.
commented 2019-02-01 21:14:56 -0500
Good on you on getting a few more Canadian journalists. You were down to 3, y’know. And get out there and do some more investigative reporting — like that illegal border crossing near Montreal.
commented 2019-02-01 21:10:36 -0500
From the National post about more cbc journalistic integrity.

Terence Corcoran: CBC admits it wrongly reported hyped-up insurance ‘climate risks’
commented 2019-02-01 21:02:50 -0500
Yasmine Mohammed is absolutely right. If Frank Bauer is afraid of the CBC and the liberal government, then how are Muslim women supposed to be brave enough to take their hijabs off in the face of their religion, families and their prophet.
commented 2019-02-01 20:59:34 -0500
Notice that in Saudi Arabia, the men wear long white robes and a head covering that allows them to show their faces, while the women wear black robes and their hair and faces are often covered. Both the men and women there want to be modest. In Middle Eastern countries, they get sand storms. I have often thought that these robes and face coverings may be helpful in a sand storm just as you need a parka in Canada to protect you from the snow.
commented 2019-02-01 20:28:42 -0500
Let’s start a go-fund-me page for Andrea Huncar’s one way ticket to Sudan.
commented 2019-02-01 20:18:17 -0500
We have entered the era where you can’t trust your co workers, neighbours and even family members to not “report you to the authorities”. That’s exactly what this government and their minions want. For people to be afraid to speak up. I think it’s working.