Thursday, January 10, 2008

Is This The New Canada of 2008?

Do you remember the famous story, "Lord of the Flies"? It tells the tale of a group of pre-teen schoolboys who devolve into a group of pack animals in a relatively short period of time.

I'm VERY disturbed with what I'm seeing in my country recently. First, we have this entire fiasco with Laibar Singh. I've stated on my blog numerous times that Harsha Walia and her little gang are nothing but a group of thugs; well-educated, well spoken I grant you, but thugs nonetheless. Today we learned that they have been lying about Singh having a brain aneurysm. But the law is scared of her because she's a minority woman. Political correctness trumps law & order and she knows it.

I cannot help but have this dream: None other than Wally Oppal comes to the next airport thugfest and personally slaps the cuffs on Walia. Oh how brilliant that would be. Sadly, it'll never happen.

The other incident I'm appalled about is the absolute intolerance for free speech by so many in the Muslim community toward Mark Steyn, Maclean's magagazine, and now even Rex Murphy. Don't believe me? Read the comments posted here from bottom to top. The spinning and misquotes by most everyone with a Muslim name is shocking.

Neither of these situations have anything to do with brown skin vs. white skin, nor do they have anything to do with Muslim or Sikh vs. Christian or Jewish. What they're all about is Canadian values vs. non-Canadian values. And those of us who value our democracy, free speech, and the rule of law absolutely NEED to keep on speaking out against these very destructive forces.

4 comments:

Aaron said...

I think she, Harsha Walia, is dreadful. As far as I can ascertain she should also be considered a candidate for deportation.

Aaron said...

One more thing on this...
I would dispute the notion that they are well-educated or well-spoken. I guess if you repeat the same lines over and over: "white supremacy", "racist" etc it may make you appear as if you know what you are talking about , but a fanatic is still a fanatic.

PelaLusa said...

She very well could have been born here. So she may very well be "just as Canadian" as you & me.

But like you, I find her words and actions absolutely despicable. And now today (Jan 10th) we've found out that her and her supporters are also a bunch of liars.

nachtwache said...

I guess I don't have to tell you that I fully agree. I didn't know that they lied. What for? It hardly matters what caused the paralysis. I feel bad for the man and wouldn't mind if he was allowed to stay on compassionate grounds, what his "supporters" are doing, is turning peoples sympathy into anger. How dare they use terror tactics, defy the law, to achieve their end. They should all be arrested.
My husband is furious about their actions.