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Meanwhile, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is hell-bent on bending over backwards for Islam.

http://yournewswire.com/justin-trudeau-isis-travellers/
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Ansar al-Zindiqi wrote:Meanwhile, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is hell-bent on bending over backwards for Islam.

http://yournewswire.com/justin-trudeau-isis-travellers/
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By doing so,atleast he is buying peace with muslims for time being.
palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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Nosuperstition wrote:
Ansar al-Zindiqi wrote:Meanwhile, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is hell-bent on bending over backwards for Islam.

http://yournewswire.com/justin-trudeau-isis-travellers/
By doing so,atleast he is buying peace with muslims for time being paying Dane-geld.
FIFY.
And that is called paying the Dane-geld;
But we've proved it again and again,
That if once you have paid him the Dane-geld
You never get rid of the Dane.
That's the commonly quoted bit. The Kipling Society has the whole poem, which concludes:
"We never pay any-one Dane-geld,
No matter how trifling the cost;
For the end of that game is oppression and shame,
And the nation that plays it is lost!"
http://www.kiplingsociety.co.uk/poems_danegeld.htm
Of course, students are probably pulling down statues of Kipling as I write...
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paying Dane-geld
Islam is no race.It is a religion.My class mates Mirza Minhaj Ali Baig and Najjam had slant eyes possibly because they had Mughal or Mongol blood in them.However Mujeeb another of my classmate had wide eyes.He possibly had more of Arab blood in him.
palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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"Tributes" or sums of extortion can only been paid to "races", NS? Islam is NOT a true religion either, it is a totalitarian political ideology with a religious varnish. The uslim "ummah" is a community with state-like identity, and with political ambitions: to subdue and demand "tribute" from all outsiders.
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:clueless: Why, or why did they vote for him.... Again...:cry:
Trudeau’s Back: Calls Jordanian King “His Majesty” In TRIBUTE To Nation Of Islam
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered a tribute as he welcomed King Abdullah II on his fifth visit to Canada in 20 years as leader of the strategically important Middle Eastern country that borders Syria and Iraq.

“I really have to say that His Majesty has been extraordinary in being a strong leader at a time of so much uncertainty,” Trudeau told Abdullah after the two shook hands in his Parliament Hill office.”

More of “His Highness” from Canada’s number one champion of the Nation of Islam. Didn’t Trudeau use the same terminology when fawning over another “Highness”— the Aga Khan, spiritual leader of the Ismaili people.

Seems our most curious leader “just can’t get enough.” Interesting how media address this situation–as in, not at all. Why oh why did Canada suddenly trans-sition into an Islamic-pandering, Aga Khan-fawning nation-state?

Answer: Because Justin Trudeau became prime minister. Now, after four years of Third World/Islamic/Sikh entrenchment within government–as well as greater society–Trudeau is back with more.

What did CAP state in regards to Trudeau’s agenda to establish Islam as our nation’s most powerful religious community? We said– “nothing will change.” Does this butt-kissing Jordanian agenda not reveal this to the factual?

You see, Justin Trudeau is not a PM in the traditional sense of the role. This person is unlike any of our previous twenty-two national leaders. These men– MacKenzie King, John Diefenbaker, and even some past Liberal PM’s worked for Canada, and its citizens.

Not so with King Trudeau–he works exclusively for “foreigners”-– meaning foreign governments, their citizens, as well as the Third World diaspora communities of Canada.

One telling sign of this relates to Trudeau’s choice for immigration minister. CAP have most likely read every article published on the pending choices for the next Liberal cabinet.

Much speculation has been printed–yet not a single word on whether or not Mr. Trudeau will once again appoint a Somalian Refugee as immigration minister. His previous choice?

MP Ahmed Hussen— religious fundamentalist, African refugee and resident government Anglo-basher. What a choice! Talk about an insult to over 20 million Canadians of European heritage. How very “Trudeau Dynasty” this is.

“Upwards of 660,000 Syrians have sought shelter in neighbouring Jordan from the conflict engulfing their homeland, a massive influx for Jordan’s population of about 10 million.”

Damn– we can see why “His Highness” has visited Canada five times in the past twenty years–he wants Trudeau to import these poor, uneducated, unemployed “refugees.”

“Canada has tried to help ease the burden under a marquee Liberal program that originated in a campaign promise during the 2015 election.”

Hey patriots–check out the CBC globalist jive– Canada helps “ease the burden.”

Yes– for Islam and its troubles. Media fail to point out that a new burden is created on this basis–the burden of Canadian workers and tax-payers funding the “lifestyles” of these pointless refugees. Simply put, these importations do nothing positive for the people of Canada.

Typical Trudeau–always working for the “other”— none more so than his “chosen” Middle Eastern nations, their governments, and their citizenship.

Criminal, isn’t it? Or it should be. In fact, it actually is— abortion is illegal in Nigeria and other tax-payer receiving African nations. Trudeau ships the money off regardless while media refuse to expose the illegality in this situation. Merci, CBC!

“The Prime Minister’s Office said the two were scheduled to discuss the partnership between Canada and Jordan and efforts to promote diversity.”

Now there’s something near-and-dear to King Justin’s heart– “die-versity.” You see, our illustrious PM loves the dead–-as long as its Old Stock Canadians(abortion, euthanasia, transgenderism), Christianity(abortion, euthanasia, transgenderism), and Canadian nationalism.

Of course, Justin is particular in regards to the latter. Hypocrite Liberal-Globalists actually love nationalism— in China, Cuba, Iran and Saudi Arabia-– just not in Canada. Commie-brother Alexandre Trudeau agrees.

So it’s the beginning of a brand new four-year term with the Middle East’s “King of Kings” holding power in Canada. Consider the following– Trudeau lost every seat in the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.

One would think this would serve as a catalyst for change. It will not. Pourquoi? Because on the globalist front, Justin Trudeau is 100% “locked in” to a pre-conceived agenda of globalist assault upon his own country.

Therefore, fawning, grovelling and pandering to world-wide geo-political Islam is the only way this miscreant PM will roll–as once again exemplified by way of King Trudeau’s ubiquitous dedication to his “chosen” faith.

Then Trudeau crosses himself, while referring to himself as a “practicing Christian.”

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I didn't vote for him! The libtards in the east did.
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Canada Is Being Led By Clowns
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Remember how Justin Trudeau responded to the Hijab Hoax?

When a young girl claimed her Hijab had been cut, Trudeau went to the cameras, got super emotional, turned it into an international news story, and arrogantly lectured the Canadian People.

Then, when it turned out the whole thing never happened, Trudeau didn’t even apologize to Canadians for assuming the worst about our country. And he never apologized for spreading misinformation either.

Trudeau made a huge deal about a false example of anti-Muslim attitudes.
But what about a real example of Muslims being oppressed?

What does Trudeau do then?
Nothing at all.

It is now undeniable that Communist China is holding hundreds of thousands of innocent Uighur Muslim citizens in concentration camps. A clear campaign of cultural genocide is underway, while a horrific Orwellian police state is brutally enforced.

Yet Trudeau has almost nothing to say about it.

He hasn’t addressed the Canadian People, he hasn’t held a big emotional press conference about it, and he hasn’t taken any steps to decouple Canada’s economy from China in response to China’s abuses of human rights and arbitrary kidnapping of Canadian Citizens.

This shows beyond a doubt that our country is run by clowns.

Clowns who can endlessly virtue-signal about hoaxes and love to criticize our neighbours to the south, yet have no guts whatsoever to criticize the actual crimes being committed by Communist China.

If we lived in a nice safe world then having clowns as leaders wouldn’t be a big problem. But in our dangerous and divided world, Canada is at serious risk with such pathetic fools at the top.

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Canada apparently chose these pathetic fools to lead them.

Hopefully they will learn. But I am not so sure.
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Jesus Christ! The "progressive" wing of politics has got itself into a HORRENDOUS collective mental tangle when it comes to Islam.

Actually, these supposedly "progressive" politicos are ECONOMICALLY further to the right than Reagan and Thatcher, having fully accepted the neoliberal, globalist precepts that are rapidly turning this earth into a polluted, overheated garbage dump. Despite this betrayal, people like Trudeau still like to see themselves as "progressives" and sucking up to Islam, most of whose followers are "ethnic", helps them to maintain this fallacious image of themselves.
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Muhammad cartoons: freedom of expression has its limits, according to Justin Trudeau

The Prime Minister Justin trudeau does not endorse his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron who maintains that terrorism or not, we must continue to be able to caricature the religious fact, including the Muslim prophet Mohammed. According to Trudeau, there is no point in doing things that unnecessarily hurt others.

The holding these days of the trial of the pimps of the attack against Charlie Hebdo was the pretext in France to publish again the cartoons of Muhammad which had shocked and urged the terrorists to act in 2015. Some believe that this gesture is at the origin of the knife attacks which have multiplied in France during the last few weeks. The beheading of teacher Samuel Paty also occurred after he showed caricatures of the prophet to his students.

All this brought Emmanuel Macron to say that France will not renounce “caricatures, drawings”. But Justin Trudeau is definitely not on his side.

Asked again on Friday on this subject, Mr. Trudeau first argued that he would “always defend freedom of expression”. “But freedom of expression is not without limits,” added the Prime Minister. We don’t have the right, for example, to cry “fire” in a crowded cinema; there are always limits. In a pluralistic, diverse and respectful society like ours, we must be aware of the impact of our words, of our actions on others, particularly these communities and populations who still experience enormous discrimination. ”

According to Mr. Trudeau, freedom of expression must be exercised with “respect for others” and with the concern “not to injure in an arbitrary or unnecessary manner”.

The Prime Minister adds that the intention of the caricature, however good it may be, is not necessarily relevant in the debate. “It’s a matter of respect, not to seek to dehumanize or deliberately hurt. There is always an extremely important debate, a sensitive debate to be had on possible exceptions on issues where we do not want to hurt, but often the intention is less important and the fact can still hurt, so in a society based on respect each other and listening and learning, let’s have these complex conversations responsibly. ”

Earlier this week, the leader of the NDP, Jagmeet Singh, made similar remarks, arguing that “the freedom to express our thoughts is not the freedom to create divisions on purpose. [et de] the clothes ».

The conservative leader Erin O’Toole, who still has not made himself available for questioning by reporters, only released one video this week. “Another Islamist attack, another attack on our values ​​and our freedom,” he said. If France is attacked, all democracies are attacked. I want to express my solidarity with the French allies. Terrorists will not make us bow. Here in Canada we will fight to create a country proud of its principles, its openness and its freedom of expression. ”
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Canadian opposition aghast as Trudeau responds to violence over Mohammed cartoons by saying freedom of expression must have LIMITS

Canadian opposition party leader Erin O'Toole was appalled by Justin Trudeau's tepid support for "free speech" in the face of Islamist attacks over Mohammed cartoons, saying the prime minister is undermining a pillar of democracy.

“It is very disturbing when the prime minister sends the signal that he is not protecting freedom of expression,” O'Toole said on Saturday on Twitter.

It is one of the pillars of our democracy, and without it, we slide into ignorance.

O'Toole's rebuke came one day after Trudeau responded to a question about the right to show a caricature of the Prophet Mohammed by saying: “We owe it to ourselves to act with respect for others and to seek not to arbitrarily or unnecessarily injure those with whom we are sharing a society and a planet.”
  • We will always defend freedom of expression, but freedom of expression is not without limits.
Trudeau made his comments amid a wave of terrorist attacks in France, which began last month with the beheading of a schoolteacher who had shown his class cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed as part of a discussion on free speech. Those cartoons had been first published by Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine, triggering outrage all over the Muslim world and a 2015 terrorist attack that killed 12 people at the satirical magazine's office in Paris.

French President Emmanuel Macron last week responded to the schoolteacher murder by defending free-speech rights, leading to calls for a boycott of French products by Turkey and other Muslim countries.

Canada has strong ties to France. In fact, French is the mother tongue of 7.2 million Canadians, or 21 percent of the country's population. Canada also is home to more than a million Muslims.

Trudeau called this month's terrorist attacks “unjustifiable,” but appeared to distance himself from Macron. “In a pluralist, diverse and respectful society like ours, we owe it to ourselves to be aware of the impact of our words, of our actions on others, particularly these communities and populations who still experience a great deal of discrimination,” he said.

Trudeau's comments were met with criticism at home and abroad. Quebec journalist Benoit Dutrizac said Trudeau should be forced to resign after making statements that “place him on the side of the worst Islamists.” He added, “We already knew he had bad judgment, but now he's gone way too far.”

Toronto Sun columnist Brian Lilley said Trudeau failed to give a “full-throated” defense of the free-speech rights granted to all Canadians. “What Justin Trudeau did this week was say that he agrees with freedom of speech or freedom of expression as long as no one is hurt – or as long as you don't offend people who may act out violently,” Lilley wrote.

The controversy raised eyebrows as far away as India, where Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut blasted Trudeau for failing to defend free-speech rights. “If every petty crime's punishment is beheading each other, then why [do] we need a prime minister or any law and order?” she tweeted.
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