This week tonight I’d like to briefly explore a complex topic: the hypocrisy of multiculturalism in Canada, most specifically in relation to Islam (or as the liberal media likes to spin it, “Islamophobia”).
We could have similar discussions regarding our many other Canadian ‘minority factions’ and how hard done by they often depict themselves to be. We could talk about how the media works vigorously to paint them each as victims, how they proclaim to feel ‘fragmented and alienated’ all the while, and how they never quite fully feel accepted by the ‘majority’. As examples we could look to our discontented ‘first nations’ people, or the homosexuals, or even the Quebecois (this group being the closest we ever came to a national dual identity). Every minority group seems to want to be a Canadian on their own terms, without any compromise, or thought of assimilation. Virtually every group talks of feeling ‘marginalized’ and of wanting their own society, their own style of liberty, and eventually, of course, their own self-government.
They seem to want to associate themselves with the successful nation called Canada, or at least insofar as the benefits associated with it anyways. And yet almost never do they truly identify with the nation as a whole. They are almost always their own ethnic, religious or social group first and foremost, and Canadian second. Many immigrant groups come to Canada nowadays expecting to make no changes to their lifestyle or beliefs, and demand that their religion, language and culture be accepted and even praised for its uniqueness.
The multicultural rhetoric saturates us on a daily basis, it smothers and silences us as surely as a pillow on the face of our fair country. And the most disgraceful part is that most people sense what the social engineers and ‘multiculturalists’ are trying to accomplish. Most at least feel somewhat uncomfortable (if they do not actually comprehend the outright causes) but few are willing to acknowledge the contrived nature of it all… the fact that they are being lied to. Almost nobody is willing to come out and say it: minority groups, most especially Muslims, really aren’t working in a common purpose with Canada at all; they are deliberately deceiving and undermining us, like parasites on a host already writhing with disease. Multiculturalism is weakening the bonds between Canadians, there can be no doubt about it. And Muslims are perhaps the greatest example of why our Nation will surely fail if things continue on the way they have been.
There is an immense discontinuity between what Muslim groups tell people they stand for and what they actually bring with them in the wake of their migration to any given nation.
What they profess: What inevitably follows:
- It’s a religion of peace. Shootings at parliament.
- That is not what Islam stands for. Female Abuse, mutilations and rights violations
- We’re just like other Canadians. Ethnocentric, culturally exclusive neighbourhoods
- When I’m sitting alone I will cry. [i] Lobbying for Sharia Law
- Little Mosque on the Prairie. We’re going to attack West Edmonton Mall 
Lately there has been a great deal of media pressure working towards inspiring amity towards our Muslim migrants in efforts to somehow rehabilitate their image in the face of all the violence that surrounds their religion. It reeks of desperation, of propaganda and of artificiality. This week it was the “Meet a Muslim Family” campaign . Surely you must have seen it. Social indoctrination at its worst.
The CBC collective were short stroking the event all over the place. Basically, from March 1st – 14th (eventually extended to the end of the month due to “popular demand”) one could set up an appointment to sit down with and ‘get to know’ a Muslim Family. This “massive campaign”, launched by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community across Canada, encouraged people to “dispel myths” about Islam by better understanding their values and faith. “Over all the media, when you listen to the news and all the time, people are thinking that the word Islam and terrorism is probably synonymous,” stated Shafquat Malik. 
An ironic statement, since the two are practically synonymous, as demonstrated the world over. Although, of course, not all Muslims are terrorists, a great many terrorists are Muslim. But I find it humourous that the onus of “Meeting a Muslim Family” rests upon Canadians getting to know them, and receiving their culture. Rather than suggest that say, Muslims meet Canadian families to learn about our cultural practices, this program was set up to once again to idealize their ways, which, of course are immutable and eternal. It’s never suggested that their religion or way of life is subject to change at all, but that we need to get to know it, because we don’t really understand it. If only we could just understand it.
The ‘wildly successful’ campaign has met with a great deal of public response apparently. Spokesman Safwan Choudhry was quoted as saying:
“Surely, given the dynamic we’re going through, surely there must be a lot of questions on fellow Canadians’ minds, as there certainly are on Canadian Muslim’s minds…that this is not our faith. This is not the Islam that we practice,” says Choudhry. 
No, of course it’s not their faith… they all have nothing to do with radical Islam. The radicalization just gets inside them, and inside the mosques and the Qur’an. Note the careful wording: “Canadian Muslim’s minds”. In the end they regard themselves as separate, as unique and distinct from the rest of Canada.
The whole gesture reminds me of that terrible sitcom Little Mosque on the Prairie that somehow ran for 91 episodes from 2007 – 2012, created by Zarqa Nawaz  despite being not being the slightest bit funny and not a realistic depiction of Muslims, Christians, Canadians or anybody else for that matter. People generally disliked it and multitudes demanded the CBC pull the rip cord on the series almost from the beginning. Being that the CBC is unaccountable to anyone (most especially the tax paying Canadian public… and Muslims alike… who also detested the show) they wouldn’t stop. The show became ever increasingly less funny and less realistic over time (completely unbelievable scenarios) until its eventual self-termination.
The show, much like the message they were conveying, was a farce. It depicted Muslims as a smiling, benevolent and equality loving folk, with never a tarnished thought regarding women, infidels, Jews or beheadings among them. Sort of like the poster from “Meet a Muslim Family”. Happy-go-lucky, innocent and ordinary people all. Hell, they don’t even appear to have any skin colour distinguishing them as Middle Eastern (seen the poster above), they’re that much like you and I.
A question on my mind is ‘why do we continue to tolerate Islam at all in Canada based on the global track record of their religion?’ It seems logical that people are disposed to distrust Muslims at this point. Their violent history, their culturally xenophobic stances, and their throwback antediluvian belief systems make it clear that their ideologies conflict with everything Canada holds dear. It seems rational to me that Canadians want nothing to do with Canada’s estimated one million plus Muslims and their backwards customs.
Which is why when someone unabashedly voiced what many Canadians are already thinking recently, I breathed a sigh of relief. Although caught up in the confusion of the Canadian Citizenship Ceremony argument, the debate as to whether the niqab face-coving should be allowed during the swearing in or not, the words still rang true. Conservative Member of Parliament backbencher Larry Miller passionately stated during a radio show on March 16th with CFOS: “If you’re not willing to show your face in the ceremony . . . if you don’t like that or don’t want to do that, then stay the hell where you came from.”  The Liberal twits began to tweet, the politically correct champions began to salivate, and the online trolls staggered out from beneath their bridges with smiles stretched across their faces. Within a short while Larry Miller was forced to give an inevitable retraction and apology for being so discourteous with his wording.
I for one would like to thank Mr. Miller for being a true Conservative and a patriot who for once did not couch his words; he vocalized the anger many righteously indignant people feel today. I’d like to add to his comment that Muslims unable to abandon their violent, misogynist and archaic religious traditions ought to also get the hell out.
Let’s be clear for a moment. I’m not Islamophobic, but rather, a skeptic. I’m skeptical that such a disparate culture will ever be able to live harmoniously in Canada. I dislike what Islam holds as its major tenets (and it’s not peace, I can assure you) and I wish to see the deception exposed. I intrinsically distrust those of the Islamic faith, quite possibly because their Qur’an encourages them to deceive me whenever it’s beneficial to the cause of Islam.