A Syrian refugee beat his wife with a hockey stick for half an hour. He told a Fredericton court that he didn’t know this was a crime.
Another Syrian refugee was arrested and charged with six counts of sexual assault and six counts of sexual interference after six teenage girls, all younger than 16, told police they were inappropriately touched while swimming at the West Edmonton Mall water park.
Both cases centered around a Syrian refugee. Both cases involved the abuse of women. And yet, neither case was covered thoroughly by the mainstream media.
Even politicians refuse to talk about these disturbing cases.
In fact, our government is so politically correct they don’t even want to tell newcomers to adopt our laws or our way of life.
Our own Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the New York Times Magazine that “there is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada”
Worse, those who try to talk about these issues get labeled as racists, bigots and the Trudeau government’s favourite made-up word, “Islamophobic.”
That’s because the Left wants to paint mainstream Canadians as bigots.
They want to scare us into thinking that criticizing immigration with integration is a form of racism.
We’ve seen this time and time again:
- Last year, True North’s Founder, Candice Malcolm, was attacked because she wrote about the ongoing problem of spousal abuse within the Syrian refugee community. Liberal strategist Bruce Anderson said she should be fired and a host from the far-left podcast Canadaland called her racist.
- In November, Prime Minister Trudeau accused Opposition Leader Andrew Scheer of “Islamophobia” because Scheer asked a legitimate question about national security and returned ISIS fighters.
- Former CPC leadership candidate Kellie Leitch was mocked and scorned over and over and over again by the mainstream media for having the courage to even suggest that there is any such thing as “Canadian values.”
Today’s useful idiots of the left insist that those who criticize reckless immigration policies are mere racists. But there is a legitimate discussion we must have about the future of our country -- including about defining and defending our values and our way of life.
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