©2017 by Raymond Alexander Kukkee
How Do Governments Legislate Against Fear and Hate?
Canadians know that to hate something, there has to be something tangible TO hate. The trendy, contemporary Liberal solution is that if it does not exist, stir it up or create it. Yes. Worth repeating. Create it.
How do governments create hate to further their agenda? By improperly legislating against fear and hate. Infringe upon the Freedom of Speech.
That is precisely what the Government of Canada is doing, most distressingly, this very year, 2017, on the 150th birthday of Canada. Our "Liberal" government, led by the increasingly despised P.M. Justin Trudeau, is laying groundwork for 'legislation against Islamophobia,' hate manufactured for political gain.'
Islamophobia: Hate manufactured for Political Gain
Seriously, who in their right mind —would do that? Clearly, no one driven by honesty and common sense would think of, much less intentionally follow a path that ultimately results in disunity, divisiveness, hate and anger— in a normally-peaceful country. Yet, it is happening right before our eyes in the House of Commons —here in Canada— a country with a proud 150 year-old heritage and a natural cultural core of diversity and unique identity.
How is that even Possible?
How is that even possible? By carefully planned deception. Outright lies. Islamophobia, hate manufactured for political gain —in itself, an ugly, non-democratic concept —has been imported into, stirred up and precipitated in the House of Commons by the introduction of Liberal motion M103.
A motion condemning and making it illegal to criticize Islam, and by inference, Muslims, their despised archaic culture, the brutality of Sharia law, and —perhaps even the Prime Minister himself. Oh, where you not told? Reportedly, Justin Trudeau abandoned Christianity in 2009 and converted to Islam.
Imagine that. And all of the implications thereof. The conflicts of interest. And wow, apparently somebody has been too cowardly to tell Canadians of his new-found passion, a religion which demands submissions, sanctions brutality and cultural practices foreign to the vast majority of Canadians.
Are we to understand and "accept" that 150 years of Canadian culture —even Canada itself— is to be Trudeau's sacrificial lamb to appease his ego and global puppetmaster?
Is it any Wonder?
Is it any wonder that a great number of Canadians feel betrayed and are mad as hell? Canada, already painfully multicultural, the home of diversity, an example to the world —of multiculturalism, a population of immigrants. Generous. Inclusive. Charitable. Understanding.
Canadians who, for the record, already suffer discrimination from intolerant Muslims demanding that Canadian laws, tradition, and dress be changed to their liking. Canadians now duped to disturbing levels by this less than honest Prime Minister and his questionable agenda. A society now torn unnecessarily by childish, devious political games played to satisfy one demagogue with delusions of global grandeur, and a very large, narcissistic and dishonest ego. How sad for Canada.
Canadian politicians sorely need to do better—STOP spewing poison rhetoric about "Islamophobia" which is not even a word, and STOP sewing seeds of division—or resign and allow more competent, fair-minded people to provide honest governance. To prevent Canada from fragmenting into nasty little 'no-go' enclaves of bitter-minded, distrustful people. As parts of Europe have already done with the invasion of migrants, parading as "refugees".
The fact IS, this devious and incompetent Liberal government has abandoned its responsibility to Canadians, forgotten its SOLE mandate of governance, and is endlessly abusing power it NEVER should have been allowed in the first place.
Although in denial, his confused brain blitzed with drama, selfies, foreign influence and his globalist agenda, Justin Trudeau has just VERY clearly demonstrated that COMPLETE ELECTORAL REFORM in Canada is now more critically NECESSARY than ever.
Wake up, Canada.
Is that Incoming I hear?
Posted in Civilization, Commentary, Ethics, Major Issues, Politics, Uncategorized
Tagged electoral reform, government, Islam, Islamophobia, M103, Muslims, Political Gain
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©2017 by Raymond Alexander Kukkee
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The Writing Life: I am Canadian First.
Let's get this straight. I am Canadian first, but I am a writer, published novelist, blogger, story-teller, freelancer and even a poet at times. I do other stuff too, visual arts, old guy stuff, gardening, endless hobbies out in the great outdoors. Let's not lose sight of the fact that I write because that is what drives me, it is who I am. In spite of all that, I am still Canadian first. Do tell.
Writing is special. Writing encourages the spirit and imagination; writing tugs at the heart strings, at times explores tears, fears, remorse, love and joy. At other times curiosity, wonder, sarcasm, the mystery of love and laughter. And yes, there is the other side. The dark side. Observations of humanity itself, the shadows of contemporary life. Social mores, traditions, cultures. Which also include anger and disbelief and unacceptable ugliness, which precipitates valid concerns about modern 'events' thrust upon us. Why? Because we are Canadian first. Not any kind of hyphenated Canadian. Canadian AT the core.
Let us not Go There
Not go where, you ask? Being Canadian first, let us not collectively drift toward the loss of freedom. The loss of words. As Canadians first, we are not referring to words scribbled so carelessly on paper they fall by the wayside as trash. Words contrived, callously written by babbling, thoughtless, arrogant political deviants with the intent to deceive. Words written by deceivers.
How about words spoken, civilized words, words of concern, words used in free speech? How can we ever allow these words lost? We must not allow any loss of Freedom of Speech.
Canada is in distress. Wake up.
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We are Canadians first; I am a Canadian— but I am also a writer. A writer very concerned for words , Freedom of Speech and the disquieting direction Canada's Liberal government is presently taking. The future of Canada is at stake. A Canada worth writing about.
Let us not go there. Ever.
Is that Incoming I hear?
tags: #writing life, Freedom of Speech, government, loss of words,