Written by Paul Fromm
Sunday, 19 July 2009 05:41
*Former Political Prisoner Brad Love on KKK-Fixation, Kiddie Porn Addicts &

July 13, 2009
You gotta ask yourself! Why are my taxes being wasted on long and
costly trials for African war criminals in Canada? Tutsis, Hutus, who cares!
Why are they even in my country and costing me money? Or am I even allowed
to ask? And remember those 18 Muslim nut cases arrested in Peel, Ontario
years back for plotting terror? Why are they slowly and quietly being let
out of jail to continue their plots? Where is the outcry? The media glare?
Or is that only reserved for letter writers like me who dare to question as
to why my gov’t allows such people to fester here in the first place.

And what’s with the Jewish run *NATIONAL POST* and its fixation with
the KKK? Black crimes is1000 times more threatening but, hey, let’s go back
30 years in history to relive things -- the short history of Alexander
McWhirter and the Klan in Canada. What a joke! If Oprah Winfrey is correct,
then the Klan has killed 50 people in modern history while black gangs like
the Bloods and Crips have killed 1000s. Yearly! If a White person repeated
such statistic, they’d immediately be expelled from Judaic-ridden Hollywood
but, let’s face it, even perpetual whiners like the B’nai B’rith’s Frank
Dimwitt wouldn’t dare to go up against Aunty Oprah.

Yet, the simple facts remain when it comes to what one-time Klan leader
Alex McQuirter predicted for Canada: immigration equals more crime, full
jails, broken cities, bankrupted welfare, guns, gangs, drugs, and a costly
police force that takes the freedoms/rights from anyone repeating such
obvious truth. And that divide and conquer multiculturalism takes the glare
off a corrupt and inept gov’t that spends our $$$ pitting one group against
another. And how do I know all of this? Because my media confirms it for me
on a daily basis. Now, have I ever lied to you? Now has your gov’t ever lied
to you? Yep, I thought you’d see it my way.

Does it get any better than this? "Jewish leader charged with child
porn’. Yep, weenie wagger Bill Surkis of Montreal’s B’nai B’rith Chapter got
arrested for kiddy porn. Rules are different for this pervert, however, The
police ‘phoned him’ instead of conducting their usual raids (as they do
with political dissidents like myself) and released him ’a few hours later’.
On the other hand, if you simply pen a letter to these B’nai B’rith
crybabies, trust me, the cops will pile on you big time and your release?
Well, maybe a few weeks and $20,000 or so later, one might see daylight. Now
you tell me who really runs our court system?
Ever heard of Dieudonne M’Bala M’Bala? Of course, you haven’t. He’s a
French-born comedian who brings hilarity to the holocaust and similar
Jewish mythology. And now the Human Rights Board and Jewish groups have him
in their sighs to prosecute him for his irreverent humour. Trouble is...
he’s black! So, he can’t possibly be ‘racist’. This one-man showis going to
ruin everything that our Human Rights Board worked so hard with your wasted
tax $$$) to erect and good for him. Oops, knowing the proximity of child
porn, perverts should I have used the word ‘erect’???

*[Former political prisoner Brad Love, who was sentenced, in 2003, to 18
months in prison for writing non-threatening letters to public officials,
keeps his writing skills sharp with his comments from Alberta. He served two
further terms for writing non-threatening letters to other politicians and
newspapers for alleged “breach of probation” gag orders, yes, here in
Canada, not in North Korea or Burma. He faces a "breach of probation" trial
for writing non-violent letters to York University Student Union and the
Canadian Jewish Congress next May. Apparently, the Crown wants to toss this
dissident in jail for THREE ( yes that 3!) years.] *
Written by Paul Fromm
Monday, 13 July 2009 07:52
* Canada's tolerance misplaced?*

It is on the minds of the majority of people but we are all too TIMID to say
it aloud. Bravo for Kanwar!!

*By Mahfooz Kanwar,**
For The Calgary Herald - March 30, 2009
Canada's Immigration Minister Jason Kenney is getting flak from the usual
suspects, but he deserves praise instead.

Recently, Kenney pointed out that, while at a meeting in Toronto, members of
Canada's Pakistani community called on him to make Punjabi one of Canada's
official languages. It makes me angry that such an idea would enter the
minds of my fellow and former countrymen, let alone express them to a
Minister of the Crown.

A few months ago, I was dismayed to learn that Erik Millett, the principal
of Belleisle School in Springfield, N. B., limited playing our national
anthem because the families of a couple of his students objected to it.

As a social scientist, I oppose this kind of political correctness, lack of
assimilation of new immigrants to mainstream Canada, hyphenated-Canadian
identity, and the lack of patriotism in our great nation.

Increasingly, Canadians feel restricted in doing things the Canadian way
lest we offend minorities. We cannot even say Merry Christmas without fear
of causing offence. It is amazing that 77 per cent of the Canadian majority
are scared of offending 23 per cent of minorities.

We have become so timid that the majority cannot assert its own freedom of
expression. We cannot publicly question certain foreign social customs,
traditions and values that do not fit into the Canadian ethos of equality.
Rather than encouraging new immigrants to adjust to Canada, we tolerate
peculiar ways of doing things. We do not remind them that they are in
Canada, not in their original homelands.

In a multicultural society, it is the responsibility of minorities to adjust
to the majority. It does not mean that minorities have
to to-tally amalgamate with the majority. They can practise some of their
cultural traditions within their homes -- their backstage behaviour.
However, when outside of their homes, their front stage behaviour
should resemble mainstream Canadian behaviour. Whoever comes to Canada must
learn the limits of our system. We do not kill our daughters or other female
members of our families who refuse to wear hijab, niqab or burka which are
not mandated by the Qur'an anyway.

We do not kill our daughters if they date the "wrong" men. A 17-year-old
Sikh girl should not have been killed in British Columbia by her father
because she was caught dating a Caucasian man.

We do not practise the dowry system in Canada, and do not kill
our brides because they did not bring enough dowry. Millions of female
fetuses are aborted every year in India, and millions of female infants have
been killed by their parents in India and China.

Thousands of brides in India are burned to death in their kitchens because
they did not bring enough dowry into a marriage. Some 30,000 Sikhs living
abroad, took the dowries but abandoned their brides in India in 2005. This
is not accepted in Canada.

In some countries, thousands of women are murdered every year for family or
religious honour. We should not hide behind political correctness and we
should expose the cultural and religious background of these heinous crimes,
especially if it happens in Canada.

We should also expose those who bring their cultural baggage containing the
social custom of female circumcision. I was shocked when I learned about
two cases of this barbaric custom practised in St. Catharines Ont. a few
years ago.

I have said it on radio and television, have written in my columns
in the Calgary Herald, and I have written in my latest book, Journey to
Success, that I do not agree with the hyphenated identity in Canada because
it divides our loyalties. My argument is that people are not forced to come
to Canada and they are not forced to stay here. Those who come here of their
own volition and stay must be truly patriotic Canadians or go back.

I am a first-generation Canadian from Pakistan. I left Pakistan
45 years ago. I cannot ignore Pakistan, because it is the homeland of my
folks, but my loyalty should be and is to Canada. I am, therefore, a proud
Canadian, no longer a Pakistani-Canadian. I am a Canadian Muslim, not a
Muslim Canadian.

I do not agree with those Canadians who engage in their fight
against the system in their original countries on Canadian soil. They should
go back and fight from within. For example, some of the Sikhs, Tamil Tigers,
Armenians and others have disturbed the peace in Canada because of their
problems back home. Recently, a low-level leader of MQM, the Mafia of
Pakistan, came to Canada as a refugee and started to organize public rallies
to collect funds for their cause in Pakistan. On July 18, 2007, the Federal
Court of Canada ruled that MQM is a terrorist group led by London-based
Altaf Hussain, their godfather. As a member in the coalition government of
Pakistan, this terrorist group is currently collaborating with the Taliban
in Pakistan. That refugee was deported back to Pakistan.

Similarly, I disagree with newcomers who bring their religious baggage here.
For example, Muslims are less than two per cent of the Canadian population,
yet in 2004 and 2005, a fraction of them, the fundamentalists, wanted to
bring sharia law to Canada. If they really want to live under sharia, they
should go to the prison-like countries where sharia is practised.

I once supported multiculturalism in Canada because I believed it gave us a
sense of pluralism and diversity. However, I have observed and experienced
that official multiculturalism has encouraged convolution of the values that
make Canada the kind of place people want to immigrate to in the first

Here, we stand on guard for Canada, not for countries we came from. Like it
or not, take it or leave it, standing on guard only for Canada is our
national maxim. Remember, O Canada is our national anthem which must not be
disregarded by anybody, including the teacher in Springfield, N. B.

*Mahfooz Kanwar, PHD, is a Sociologist and an Instructor Emeritus at Mount
Royal College.*
C Copyright (c) *The Calgary Herald*
Written by Paul Fromm
Monday, 13 July 2009 07:51
Bangladeshi Acid Throwers -- We Need Some of This Culture Here: Bring on
the Diversity Victims join effort to halt acid attacks

*Azad Majumder, Reuters *Published: Wednesday, May 13, 2009


[image: Acid survivor Khodeza Begum, left, attends an international
conference in Dhaka yesterday.]Andrew Biraj, ReutersAcid survivor Khodeza
Begum, left, attends an international conference in Dhaka yesterday.

Khodeza Begum still shivers in fear when she remembers the winter night
eight years ago when an unidentified attacker sprayed acid on her and her
baby girl as they slept in their Bangladesh shantytown home.

"The corrosive liquid badly burned my face and part of my child's head,"
said the 30-year-old, her face partly covered to hide the scars.

"But I received no justice from police or court as I could not identify the
offender," she told a conference marking the 10th anniversary of the
foundation of the Bangladesh Acid Survivors Foundation (ASF) in Dhaka

ASF officials, police and victims said acid attacks mostly result from
refusal of a sexual advance, demand for dowry or family disputes over land.
Most of the victims were young women.

As well as horrific scarring and inevitable psychological trauma, organizers
of the conference said many victims, such as Ms. Begum, are denied justice.
Others face social isolation and ostracism by families.

"Lucky I am that my husband did not abandon us, unlike the fate that befall
on many acid victims," said the woman, who comes from Bangladesh's southern
Satkhira district.

Police sometimes take the side of the offenders for a bribe and protect them
from the law, Nur Jahan, another acid victim, told the conference, which was
attended by about 600 acid victims from Bangladesh, Pakistan, India,
Cambodia, Uganda and Nepal.

Samina Afzal Naz, an official of the Acid Survivors Foundation Pakistan,
said acid attacks over spurned sexual advances or land disputes were also a
problem in her country.

"We started working in Pakistan only two years ago and have already
identified 149 acid victims in the Punjab region," Ms. Naz said.

ASF officials said the number of acid attacks in Bangladesh had decreased
since the government enacted tough laws that set death as the maximum
penalty for acid throwers.

"When we founded ASF in Bangladesh in 1999, the number of acid victims
annually recorded was around 500 in the country.

The number has now gone down well below 100," said John Morrison, the
organization's founder.

Access to good medical care for victims remains a problem, however, ASF
officials said.

Bangladesh, home to nearly 150 million people, has only one 50-bed burns
unit in a public sector hospital.
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