Melanie Phillips on Michael Coren

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Yuman Rites Racket in Canuckistan: Brian Lilley has the details in the SUN.



The Toronto Sun‘s Brian Lilley has a scoop: After the Levant/Steyn pushback on Canada’s totalitarian “human rights” regime, Chief Commissar Jennifer Lynch, QC gave $167,000 of taxpayer funds to Hill & Knowlton to craft her speeches and even her appearance before Parliament. She (and Canadian taxpayers) should demand a refund.
~Related: Commissar Lynch’s favorite Internet Nazi sues another Zionist

Mark Steyn says taxpayers should demand a refund. (H/T Blazing Cat Fur)

Gaddafi does government subsidized jihad in one of Canada’s oldest mosques…..

Who Says Islam is a Religion?

“Why do we accept its self-definition as one thing, when it acts in every measurable way as another? What other ‘religion’ currently has soldiers in the field fighting our troops? What other religion calls for genocide? What other religion celebrates the deaths of thousands of innocent civilians? Obviously, none. Islam is unique.”

Uniquely incompatible with civilization.

See also Welcome Back Khadr

E. coli Bacteria Found in BC Islamic Meats

Food Safety News/thanks to Mullah

Canada’s public health warning, first issued Nov. 9, about certain “halal” meat products that are being distributed in the Vancouver metropolitan area has been expanded to include more retailers and products.

The beef and lamb products, made in accordance with Islamic law and sold in Middle Eastern food markets, may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) issued the warning against eating the products produced by Pitt Meadows Meat and Packers in Pitt Meadows, BC.

The contaminated meat products may not look or smell spoiled, CFIA said, but the E. coli O157:H7 bacteria carry the risk of a life-threatening illness.

No illnesses have yet been associated with the expanded health advisory.

Markets and dates when the products were sold included:

Bengal Meat Limited in Surrey, ground beef and curry beef sold Sept. 4-13.

Yaas Bazaar Mediterranean & Middle Eastern Food in North Vancouver, ground beef and lean ground lamb packed Sept. 3-7.

Shaista’s Halal in Surrey, extra lean ground beef sold Sept. 3-13.

Al-Safa Halal Meat in Burnaby, lean ground beef packed Sept. 3-5.

Madina Halal Meat in Burnaby, beef trims and beef stew sold Sept. 3-5.

Country Meadow Meats, Pitt Meadows, frozen lean ground beef and ground beef patties sold Sept. 3-11.

4 thoughts on “Canuckistan”

  1. I’m sorry for the people in Vancouver and regions around the city, but your Government allowed “halal” meats to be marketed there without any thought and setting any standards, and – as the saying goes – “as you sow, so shall you reap”.
    I have witnessed first hand the filthy and totally unhygienic methods used in those slaughter houses (in BC, in the UK, and in the Middle East). I lived in the Vancouver area for many years and saw this coming.
    Here is what I witnessed in one Surrey farm – the workers in those slaughter places do such things as go to the washrooms to do a “big job”, and then (because of their religion and custom) wipe and wash their aresholes with their left hand. The hands are then rinsed briefly under the tap, and then immediately used to handle the meats being packaged. It doesn’t take much imagination and brains to see how the e-Coli get into the meat. Ughhh! There is no mandatory hygiene training in any of these places, and the customers are damned lucky to have not been hit with e-Coli sooner than now.
    The Government of BC and its so-called Food Safety bureaucracy have failed the people of BC utterly, and should be shamed and taken to Court. Of course, with such a heavy emphasis on PC in British Columbia and Canada, the whole thing will be swept under the carpet – because one cannot criticize a religion (by the way, isalm is NOT a religion but a totally ideological death cult) – oh no, do not criticize the religion for putting crap into your meat products in BC and Canada! Where is Mark Steyn? I’d like him to take this up in BC. The rest of the BC press is too cowardly to take something like this up, because they must stick to PC.
    I suggest that you all demand from the Government that ALL halal meat products be clearly labeled throughout Canada, doesn’t matter where it is being sold, and then BOYCOTT it totally. It’s the only way to look after your health and safety.

  2. A mosque in the Arctic symbolizes Islamic conquest:

    First Mosques in Canadian Arctic & Clarington Ontario Open (Loganswarning)

    It does not matter where we turn, Islam is on the move and slowly taking over within the law. Some other recent locations in North America where Islam is on the move are Antioch Tennessee, Brooklyn NY, Chicago, Dayton Ohio, downtown Manhattan, downtown Manhattan again, and downtown Manhattan again. Unfortunately the list continues onto Florence Kentucky, New Jersey, and Wisconsin.

    Now lets get back to Canada.
    Arctic mosque opens its doors

    OTTAWA — The Canadian Arctic’s first mosque opened on in Inuvik to serve as spiritual home to the area’s fledgling Islamic community, a mosque committee member said.

    The mosque arrived in the small northern town last month after traveling 4,000 kilometers (2,485 miles) over land and water.

    Several journalists, including Arab television reporters joined local Muslims for its grand opening.

    The number of Muslims in the town of 4,000 inhabitants in Canada’s Northwest Territories has grown steadily in recent years to about 80. They had prayed in a three-by-seven-meter (10-by-23-foot) caravan until they could no longer fit.

    The new mosque, dubbed the “little mosque on the tundra” by Canadian media, boasts a main hall with red carpets, a kitchen and a library, said mosque committee member Amer Suliman.

    “The sky is grey, but the light from the mosque and the minaret is bright, it’s not too cold outside and guests are flocking here,” he told AFP.


    The worshippers are largely Sunni Muslim immigrants from Sudan, Lebanon and Egypt who moved to Canada’s far north in search of jobs and economic opportunities.

    Obviously these Sunnis moved to Canada, to expand Islam as well.

    Link to Article

    Back in July I posted about a proposed Mosque in Clarington Ontario. They were in need of funding to open, and unfortunately they received it.

    With the blessing of Allah the Almighty and then the help of the Muslim community in the GTA, the Islamic Centre of Clarington was able to purchase a property in the town of Courtice and convert it into a masjid.

    The cost associated with the purchase of this property was only $690,000.00 which includes 2 acres of land and a 3500 square feet building. Alhamdulillah through the Grace of Allah (SWT) and through the generosity of the donors, we have collected $450,000.

    “Whoever builds a Masjid for the love of Allah, Allah will build for him a mansion in Paradise.”

    (Bukhari and Muslim)

    Link to site

    Our clock is ticking guys, and as of now our laws are not cut out to defend us from Islam. We must stop looking at Islam as a religion, and look at it as the enemy ideology it is.

  3. RCMP outreach or outrage?

    RCMP stands for Royal Canadian Mounted Police

    By Grace/ Vlad Tepes Blog | January 22, 2011

    Several years ago the RCMP developed a variety of outreach divisions designed specifically to engage members of minority communities in Canada. One such division, The National Security Community Outreach program, was created to ‘ensure that all persons are treated with equality and respect’, a fundamental component of RCMP national security criminal investigations. ” The protection of our national security requires the awareness and involvement of all citizens. We encourage invitations to meet with community groups and welcome opportunities to work more closely with cultural and ethnic community representatives”.

    Sounds good. What responsible police force wouldn’t want to strive to provide to all an opportunity to become informed of their rights and freedoms as well as the activities the RCMP undertakes to protect them? And certainly befitting to the present day climate of political correctness, diversity, outreach, dialogue and round table discussions appear apropos. The trouble is, whose sitting at the round tables?

    In February 2007, ‘The Cross-Country Roundtable on Security’ was held in Toronto hosted by both the RCMP and CSIS. It was a raucous affair, complete with attendees that should never have been invited, or the uninvited told to leave. Among the cultural and ethnic community representatives in attendance was none other than controversial Imam Aly-Hindy of the Salaheddin mosque in suburban Toronto. Imam Aly- Hindy boasts of openly performing polygamous marriages, illegal in Canada. In a May, 2009 National Post Full Comment, columnist John Turley-Ewart writes:

    ‘Hindy is using polygamy as a proxy for his fundamentalist version of Islam, something he wants to see legitimized in Canadian society as a whole. It is part of an attempt at empire building, a bid that if successful will enhance his influence within the Muslim community and demonstrate that Ontario and Canada is too ignorant and too afraid of Islam to uphold its own laws. He has admitted as much, challenging Ontario’s government to dare stop him. “If the laws of the country conflict with Islamic law, if one goes against the other, then I am going to follow Islamic law, simple as that.”

    He took advantage of the outreach event by complaining that six Muslims did not obtain security clearance for sensitive government jobs. Hindy’s mosque made headlines this week when the National Post learned that Salaheddin has received hundreds of thousands of dollars from Middle East donors since 2009. The mosque is described by the RCMP as a “focal point for Toronto Islamic radicals” and by the New York Police Department as a “known radical mosque”. Hindy said that by securing overseas funds the mosque was preserving Muslim culture.

    The Canadian Arab Federation (CAF) also made an appearance at the Sheraton Hotel. This group formed in 1967, represents the interests of Arab Canadians with respect to the formulation of public policy in Canada. With over 40 member organizations, it seeks to ‘combat hate and racism’, is vocal against what it perceives to be anti-Arab and anti-Muslim activities and issues position papers to the government on it’s policies in South Asia and it’s domestic immigration affairs. It also boasts of promoting the richness of Muslim and Arab culture. Not a group to sit idly by, it appears to seek out controversy. It too complained, primarily about Canada’s Mid East policies and the Muslim ‘brothers’ being deported for terrorism.

    This past week the now defunded and ostracized CAF appeared at ” Exposing Israeli Apartheid and the Violation of Palestinian Rights” held at the University of Toronto. The groups president Khaled Mouammar took no time at all to vent his hatred for Canada and the mistreatment his organization has suffered under the Conservative government. Mr. Mouammar finds respect illusive; it may have something to do with the fact that he called Immigration Minister Jason Kenney a “professional whore” and insisted on flying the flags of Hamas and Hezbollah at a rally in Toronto. In addition to Mr. Kenney’s decision to review or eliminate funding to the group, he further stated ” We should not be rewarding those who express views that are contrary to Canada’s best liberal values of tolerance and mutual respect”.

    Last August, one day after RCMP investigators searched the homes of three arrested terror suspects, it’s outreach office in Ottawa called a swift meeting of the cultural diversity consultative committee to apologize to local Muslims. They felt it necessary to apologize that the bust had taken place during Ramadan. More than a dozen meetings were held with Muslim groups including visits to mosques, community centres and several meals to break the Ramadan fast. It’s difficult to determine which groups were in attendance, however representatives from the Tamil, Sikh, Asian, Jewish, Muslim and First Nations were present. The Canadian Islamic Congress carries on it’s web site an article claiming the apology ‘never happened’ despite claims to the contrary. Nazira Naz Tareen writes:

    “At no time was an apology asked for by anyone present, nor was one given by any officer of the RCMP or the Ottawa Police. One question raised during the presentation was: “Since the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) and the RCMP had been investigating the three (detained) individuals for over a year, why were the arrests not made before or after Ramadan?” When one of the officers from the panel explained the reason, all of us accepted the answer as reasonable in the circumstances”.

    ” To show support to our Muslim brothers and sisters during Ramadan, there will be no food or or drink during this most important meeting. The meeting is for one hour only, in order to observe prayer time and the breaking of the fast during Ramadan”, wrote Cpl. Wayne Russett, the RCMP’s aboriginal and ethnic liaison officer in Ottawa. Prime Minister Harper responded to the apology given by saying “”In fairness this is an operational matter for the RCMP and I wouldn’t pretend to know all the details and aspects of the story. But the general approach that this government would expect to see (from law enforcement agencies) is that the law, our important laws, are enforced every day of the year.”

    In October of last year, the RCMP was told to drop the extreme event billed as “Just and Sustainable Peace- A Global Challenge”. The ‘peace conference’ was promoted by the ethnic liaison office to members of the national force, with one of the participants a member of the cultural diversity committee. Public Safety Minister Vic Toews stated ” Let me be clear. Canada’s national police force must have no involvement in any event organized by those who promote extremism or hatred”. “As soon as I learned about this event, I asked the RCMP to explain its involvement. I have asked it to immediately cease any participation”. The listed speakers included Davood Ameri of The Islamic World Peace Forum, a group whose website contains graphic anti-Semitic cartoons, complete with articles calling the United States a terrorist state and several professors from the University of Tehran closely linked to the regime of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The moderator for this event was Imam Zijad Delic of the Canadian Islamic Congress. His speaking engagement at the Department of National Defence was cancelled earlier in the month after Defence Minister Peter MacKay deemed both Zelic and his outfit extremist.

    Community Outreach Program (COP) was created by the RCMP INSET in May of 2005 to prevent terrorism through the engagement of partners in all sections of society. Law enforcement agencies and security officials are increasingly coming under scrutiny, bombarded by Islamic activist groups intent to ensure that ‘fairness and justice is afforded to Muslims’, as if it were denied them and given instead to all others. CAIR-CAN has made it their goal to breathe life into exaggerated claims of rampant and escalating Islamophobia, to the point of creating publications and kits. The Ramadan kit is boasted in CAIR-CAN’s Annual Review 2007 as an essential in any Canadian Muslim media activist’s toolbox. Over 100 copies of The Educators Guide to Islamic Religious Practice were ordered by one school board and over 400 ‘Know Your Rights’ booklets sent to one conference. Similar guides for journalists, employers and health care providers are revamped with a new look with one also written for correctional services and the law enforcement community. CAIR-CAN works to “foster an accurate understanding and greater appreciation of Islam in Canadian society through community education and outreach”. It states it’s full independence from its sister organization, Washington based CAIR, although “the two coordinate on areas of mutual concern”.

    It’s difficult to determine whether these representatives are invited to various outreach events specifically and on a regular, repeat basis or whether they respond to a more general, open invitation. If CAIR-CAN, the CIC and the CAF are on speed-dial, do the authorities presume they have something beneficial to contribute? Or is the influence and outreach the other way around? Salma Siddiqui, vice president of the Muslim Canadian Congress says the notion that Muslims need special treatment or that their religious sensibilities need to be addressed is patronizing. She adds that police diversity outreach committees should be dismantled. Tarek Fatah, author and open critic of radical outfits, agrees. He asserts too many Canadian institutions are crumbling beneath the pressures of political correctness and are making themselves susceptible to infiltration by extremists. Ikhwan should not be setting the agenda for security services. Outreach or outrage?

    Grace for Vladtepesblog.

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