Ford’s Folly, Dodgy Dunick…Tarek Fateh’s Wise Warning!


Ignore a warning once and you’re unwise. Ignore it twice and you deserve all you get.

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My interest in the problem that afflicts Canada is spurred by thoughts of Dominion Day…

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…which falls today.

Yes, I still call it Dominion Day and am digging out my Red Ensign t-shirt in readiness for celebrating it.

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Yes, America has Independence Day! France has Bastille Day! And for 115 years — through two World Wars, the Korean conflict, and our early United Nations peacekeeping missions — Canada had Dominion Day.

But in July 1982, on a Friday afternoon with only 13 Members of Parliament sitting in session, on the last day before the summer recess, the government moved to change the name of our National Day and its celebration to “Canada Day”. Unimaginative some say — as banal as “America Day”, “France Day” or “Britain Day”   http://mapleleafup.ca/dominion.html

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It’s my way, in the far-off tropical climes of Indonesia, of reasserting the survival of the real Canadian identity I was raised with, loyalty to Queen and Country, a country that was a beacon of true Western values, which of course included the right to say what one thinks…

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…no matter if some sad little twit feels my views are ‘inappropriate’ nor if some fanatical alien is ‘offended.’

The inability or unwillingness for the liberal elite to present a coherent defence of their illiberal intolerance of free speech – specifically on the issue of the sectarian threat – is powerfully exemplified by this burping bark from one of its enforcers when challenged to justify his despicable betrayal of honest journalism.

“Dude, we talked to her. She admitted she said it, but added it was taken out of context. Move on.”

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Dodgy Dunick

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That was – incredibly – from a Canadian ‘editor’ (Leith Dunick, TB News) responding to Tarek Fateh, who is a first-class example of the kind of immigrant Canada has always needed, a founder-member of the Canadian Muslim Congress.

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Tarek Fateh

A Muslim Voice of Reason – Khadr May Return, IF………!!!!  

First of all, he must renounce jihad and the application of jihad and sharia law.” 

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Tarek had had the temerity politely to approach Dunick, asking him ‘where Ayette had mentioned the words “Islam” or “Muslims.”

Background

Lying Leith told his readers that Anne Ayette was fired for posting “anti-Muslim statements published on her Twitter account.”

NOT TRUE. She didn’t!

Anne was on the campaign staff of the Progressive Conservative candidate in Kiiwetinoong, in Northern Ontario, until she was purged by a politically-correct puke…

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….evidently acting in collusion with Doug Ford (and that purge was one of the reasons I made no effort to utter pre-election praise for Ford, albeit he is a better politician than the lesbian liberal Wynne, whom he has recently replaced as Ontario’s Premier)

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Anne’s ‘crime’ was to re-tweet approvingly a Tarek-tweet, concerning not the religion of Islam but the menace of ISLAMISM, the sectarian ideology I referred to above.

Anne hadn’t, of course, mentioned the words “Islam” or “Muslims.”

Yet Dunick’s standards of journalism are so sloppy, or his character so craven…

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…that he didn’t hesitate to misrepresent her viciously in his lousy little newspaper.

I let the good Muslim patriot’s final paragraph speak for itself, and for many of us here – not just foreigners like me but honest decent Muslims too- who live in Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim-majority country.

If criticism and repudiation of Islamism  as opposed to Islam and Muslims, in general  is a punishable offence, deserving being fired without a hearing under a Doug Ford government, then heaven help us all.