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Governments Promote Racism?
It's annoying when governments 'innocently' promote racism and division whether unknowingly, or blatantly—with intent, wherever or however it may occur. Like Trudeau's race/gender-obsessed politics. And the 'Liberal' M103 Islamophobia scam. Heard enough yet about Trudeau's new best friends, "refugees, fake refugees, irregular travelers and irregular migrants "freely walking into Canada? How about terrorists and ISIS killers returning to Canada at the special invitation of the Prime Minister? Special rehabilitation treatment for known ISIS criminals? "Special treatment for the Prime Minister's "special ethnicities? You get it. If that isn't the blatant promotion of RACISM, well, you did get the idea.
Remember the Prime Minister's famous Indian vacation gambit? "Trendy" governments tend to promote racism in the strangest ways... Heard enough yet about India and it's Khalistani separatists and the Indian politics of terrorism? No? Let us recall that Canadians have been since lied to, manipulated, insulted, patronized and betrayed by the dishonest and embarrassingly childish Prime Minister avoiding transparency at all costs. Recall those ridiculous images of Justin Trudeau prancing about in INDIA —in traditional dress, insulting and embarrassing Indians and Canadians alike? Not enough? Our Prime Minister's being linked to questionable Indian criminals like Atwal and Justin's favourite Khalistani "Separatist' Sikh extremists, has amused his 'handlers' and alerted the suspicions of the global community. But what has this got to do with racism? Anything? Maybe. Read on and weep.
Look in the Rear-View Mirror....
Look in the rear-view mirror. On April 12th, you won't have to blink twice. Yes, it's a Sikh motorcycle
gang parade . All heads covered in brightly-coloured turbans. No mandatory helmets required. Arrogant Sikh middle fingers raised to all of the other biker clubs in Canada. By default, they must be envious. Why sure...
Governments Promote Racism with Questionable Social Policy
We all know that governments make unpopular and foolish decisions. "Trendy" governments promote racism with questionable social policy, manipulation and sickening distortion of family values. Disturbingly naive, foolish and incredibly costly immigration policies specifically and willfully include the importing of globally incompatible cultures into the west. To add insult to injury, politicians then 'inexplicably' yield to demands of those same unhappy, insatiable foreign minorities to change Canada itself. To
buy votes, to be popular, to be trendy, to be traitors....well, you get the idea. Sell out Canadian tradition, culture and values. Ensure the failure of Canada. Connect the dots.
Alberta is the latest confused Province...
Confused bureaucrats from the staid, conservative government of Alberta (yes, you read that correctly, Alberta!) have now decided that Sikh motorcycle operators will be magically exempt from the provincial regulations requiring drivers to wear MOTORCYCLE HELMETS while operating motorcycles on Albertan highways. Starting April 12th, Sikhs licensed to operate motorcycles in the province of Alberta will no longer be required to wear ANY helmet, a standard piece of safety equipment for motorcycle operators in North America, an accessory known to minimize injury —a piece of equipment which is universally acknowledged to save lives of motorcycle operators. Yes, Sikh or not. Religious beliefs"or not.
Modern and Trendy Politicians Promote Racism AND IGNORE Safety Standards.
Now —let us not fool ourselves. Canadians have been around the track enough times to know that 'modern and trendy' political wimps and governments promote racism as they please. And arbitrarily bend traditional rules for their own benefit. To fulfil their own delusions, to "ingratiate" unhappy, foreign whiners, and enable questionable agendas. To magically assist nose-diving political leaders eager to harvest votes from eternally-loud, complaining, visible minorities. Endlessly. We get that. What else is new? That's only PART of the equation.
We suggest that in matters of highway regulations, ROAD SAFETY and COMMON SENSE must prevail. In this instance, certainly does NOT seem to count at all. What about the inevitable non-Sikh passenger? What about driver responsibility and inferred liability? What about the safety of Sikh passengers? What about the safety of children who may be taken for a 'ride'? When Sikh motorcycle operators bash their skulls in, will Canada be required to PAY them in the sick racist logic Trudeau used to pay Khadr the terrorist and three others?
Once again, in the bureaucratic "rush " to suck up and garner votes by yielding to minority Sikh demands, logic, common sense, highway safety and equality for all have once again been ignored and tossed by the wayside. The same mistake was made previously in B.C. and in Manitoba. The destruction and devaluation of the Charter continues. **Note: Jagmeet Singh, now the federal leader of the NDP, attempted to obtain the helmet exemption for Sikhs in Ontario in 2016 and FAILED to do so.
On April 12th, 2018, equal treatment of all Canadians under the Canada Charter of Rights and Freedoms will take another ridiculous and unnecessary disparaging. Clubs
and Gangs of Sikh motorcycle riders will parade gloriously down streets near you with added superiority in their newly-awarded freedom.
On April 12th, the flamboyant multi-coloured Sikh turbans blowing in the wind will be their only protection against 120km/hr impacts between very hard rock cuts, skulls vs. oak trees, road rash , asphalt and bridge abutments, guard rails and massive oncoming highway transport truck bumpers.
Even children know that a human skull, like a watermelon, will shatter upon impact. Sikh supporters call it a 'basic right'. Yep. A basic right to splatter one's brains far and wide.
Splat. What a "win! ".
Sikhism or not, all 'beliefs" and 'religious rights" should BE POLITELY but FIRMLY PUT ASIDE where highway safety is involved. This is not racist, but IS certainly based upon common sense.
Traditional, previously mandatory helmets provided at the very least a minimal degree of protection, —some element of protection —in all but the very worst accidents.
Sikhism, Charter rights skinned, twisted and abused to justify proud, fancy turbans blowing in the breeze —certainly do not.
Which is More Important? Secular Lives and Common Sense, or arbitrary, non-secular Demands?
Which is the most important? The incredibly arrogant demands to 'appease ' "religious beliefs of Sikhism"? Arbitrary adherence to 'old hat rules' (
no pun intended) made centuries ago? Old conventions which were written long before the invention of magic carpets, motorcycles and potentially death-dealing high-speed travel were imagined? —The increased and very real danger to lives of Canadians on busy provincial streets and highways? You decide.
We must ask if the 'success' of that arbitrary "Sikh" challenge to the Canadian Charter is worth the loss of even one life? Who will pay for the increased burden on the health care system? How about long-term care for the brain-injured? How about the additional costs for the insurance industry? Will that industry react with predictable skyrocketing rates, or outright refusal to insure Sikh operators because of their customer's demonstrated and personal choice to SHUN standard safety equipment? Will niqab and burqa-wearing motorcycle whiners be next?
Will all Canadian motorcycle operators now demand—and rightfully so, demand equal treatment and 'approval' to toss their helmets and safety gear along the wayside? Will this childish 'success' of Sikhism generate more ridiculous and frivolous Constitutional challenges to the Charter and destruction of equality of all Canadians? Of course.
Here at Incomingbytes.com we believe this bureaucratic decision is yet another questionable, irresponsible and incompetent bureaucratic decision. Whether "justified" as a 'religious right' 'supposedly' decided by the Charter or not. The sad fact is this is a perfect example of what Section 33 "the notwithstanding clause" could have, and should have been correctly and beneficially used for —to remedy and avoid an outrageous abuse of the charter resulting in an inequality of treatment of Canadians. To protect the skulls and lives of the self-entitled and arrogant. From themselves.
Coming soon to a city, town , or highway near YOU. Look in the rear-view mirror...and watch the disappearance of common sense in Canada as bureaucrats happily and smugly promote racism. Racism with a COST.
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Being Snubbed is Never Enough Drama...
Being snubbed was not good enough. A 10-day vacation paid for by Canadians was not good enough. Suits were not enough. Costumes. Many were required. A dozen or more changes to overly-fancy, outrageously-expensive, special-event, traditional Indian costumes were not even good enough. No official 'welcome'? So there. We'll wear costumes. Let us make it even more ridiculous. We'll have our Prime Minister prancing in India. That ought to complete the 'selfie'.
Yes. Prime Minister Trudeau insisted upon prancing in India. In costume or out of, it makes no difference to "Justin the actor". Drama. Stroke the Ego. Teach the natives, ensure that Indians not only know how to dance and dress up, but how to perform their traditional dances with official ceremonial garb. Dance: the "lesson" of the day? To demonstrate how 'fun' we are, how 'flamboyant', just like 'daddy'? Bottom line, the ACT was an epic fail. Another epic Trudeau fail. A global joke. A disaster. Have Canadians ever made such fools of themselves on the international stage?
Fashion Note to Justin: Those red "Dorothy in Kansas " pointy girly-'Indian" slipper- shoes have to go, DoDo... yes, we are referring to you, Dodo....
The "Right Honourable'' Prime Minister of Canada?
Canadians expect civilized protocol, dignity, civility, and mutual respect from diplomats of other nations— AND equally, from our own Prime Minister. Why? Our "leaders" represent 35 MILLION of us out there on the world stage. Canadians expect dignity, and pride themselves at the level of respect usually offered to Canada and all Canadians abroad.
Were Canadians then surprised to see Trudeau's blatant, tasteless appropriation of culture and outrageous ceremonial dress of India? Foreign nation attire and culture as interpreted by
la femme Trudeau. . ..Yes, 'la'. Wow...how on earth did Canada ever degenerate THAT far? —To be rewarded with a "Prime Minister prancing in India? Making a jackass fool of himself? A laughingstock?
A "Working Vacation" Deteriorates to Prancing In India
It all started with a vacation tour of India disguised as a 'business trip'. By now it must be considered "perfectly normal" for the Liberal self-entitled P.M. to haul Sophie and the "kids" along on any working vacation. To see the world. Become more cosmopolitan, more "peoplekind-ish". Like the controversial trip to the Agha Khan's soul-counseling-consulting Islamic resort. To learn how to enable Islam in Canada. A 'free vacation Which broke ethics laws. At the expense of Canadians. Right. Justin thinks he got away with that one. What else would be new for the elitist, privileged Trudeau —who has never worked a single day in his life?
But even for Justin... a 'work vacation' all the way to India without work? Without prearranged, scheduled meetings with significant representatives of the government of India? Oh, let's all have INCOMPETENT vacationing staffers and vacationing appointees 'arrange them when we get there, if we have time." Visiting a foreign nation on the pretense of foreign relations without having received traditional acknowledgement from the PMO of that foreign nation?
Wait, let's think about it. Which official 'head of state', man, woman, or superhero actually WORKING hard every day — would be interested in seeing Trudeau, a vacationing buffoon? Which dignified parliamentarian would wish to be obligated to entertain a delusional, childish actor from Canada? A replacement "Mr. Dressup" , or a dandy, a fancy drama teacher, an "irregular traveler, " a delusional fraud pretending to be 'working'?[caption id="attachment_4170" align="alignleft" width="84"] Trudeau's Red Pointy Prancing Shoes in India[/caption]
Which self-respecting Prime Minister of any foreign nation would want to be seen beside a grinning fool, even IF the 'jester' was having 'fun' prancing the Bhangra in India? What was he doing, teaching Indians how to dance, too? Or was it another Trudeau subtle "joke" at which all "peoplekind" should marvel...at the 'wit' of Trudeau? India should be impressed with Justin's 'dancing'? Justin clearly thinks so, but we think not.
Lunch with Felons
It keeps getting better doesn't it?[caption id="attachment_4166" align="alignleft" width="300"] Guess who was invited to Lunch? Jaspal Atwal poses with Sophie Gregoire Trudeau
Let us all click our red heels together, Dorothy. We aren't in Kansas anymore. We're not in Canmore or Moosejaw. We're not in Northern Ontario . We are prancing in India...on 'vacation'. Where we can invite convicted felons like Jaspal Atwal to have lunch. It seems convicted criminals are specially invited to enjoy dining with the traveling jester.
Lunch...Trudeau denies inviting "Jas" and quickly tosses him under the bus —complete with his "friendship".
"Jas" has a different version, "They are good friends" Jas insists. After all, he gets to pose beside Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, the better half. Friends do that, don't they?
Imagine that... Trudeau's string-pullers insist India conspired to invite "Jas" to lunch, then Trudeau's minion, a Sikh MP decides to take the fall for Justin, swearing "he" did it. And he is oh, so sorry. As sorry as a humble Sikh can be. He apologizes. Right. Politicians are always sorry when they are CAUGHT. We ALL believe Trudeau the Compulsive,
taqiyya liar spinning fool and his appointee-minions, don't we?
The Canadian-Indian Food-Taster Celebrity Chef
Lunch consisted of safe "real Indian food" prepared by Trudeau's one-and-only approved real-Indian-food-cooker-come-food-taster chef. 'Celebrity' Chef' Vikram Vij was flown all the way to India from Canada at the expense of Canadian taxpayers. Yes. Unbelievable. Why would that be necessary, you ask? To make lunch? India has not ONE celebrated chef in a population of billions?[caption id="attachment_4168" align="aligncenter" width="225"] Celebrity Chef Vikram Vij with Justin Trudeau[/caption]
We thought about it and must conclude: "Trudeau decided to have Vikram Vij tag along to prepare lunch, just in case accomplished, celebrity Indian chefs who LIVE in India don't know how to make REAL Indian food...er, uh...er....or.. ...uh...ga...er.... a few might be tempted to add some extra hot 'spice' ...and do Canada a favour.
Poison works equally well for rats, traitors, and supporters of Khalistani separatists. Think, people, here at IncomingBytes that's all we ask...
An Epic Fail
Regardless, the Trudeau's obscenely-expensive vacation to India was clearly an epic fail, perpetrated and demonstrated in a nutshell (really) by the ludicrous Prancing Prime Minister.
By the way, as an afterthought, the dignified, highly -respected and astute, intelligent and hard-working Prime Minister Modi of India —FINALLY took pity upon Justin and 'met' with him. And gave him the 'Modi hug'. Holding his nose, we suspect —for the dignity and lifetime memories of the Trudeau children.
Now the dramatic, incompetent and foolish Prancing Prime Minister of Canada has "insisted" the trip was a ga-ga success. More lies. Go figure. Where, oh where does Justin come up with so many creative lies and *costumes? After all, being snubbed is never enough...drama...
*Note to Readers: Since PM Trudeau was 'criticized' for dressing in numerous traditional Indian "costumes" --try this, dear readers.....Google "Trudeau Family at the Taj Mahal." How convenient that NOT ONE of the many, many photographs NOW shows the Trudeaus in *costume" at the Taj Mahal. Nice spin job removing the evidence... See what happens?
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