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!