Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Canadians Are Taking Crazy Pills

A special edition.

Like pere, like fils:

Last Friday Trudeau was the guest at an Islamic Society of North America event. The organization and its Canadian branch endorse polygamy and support Sharia law in Canada.

He wouldn't call female mutilation and honour killings barbaric because the word was "pejorative". He's too stupid to realise that trolling for these particular votes is a noose around this country's neck.

This is pejorative.

Fire Kathleen Wynne out of a cannon:

The high-profile educator and civil servant arrested last week on child pornography charges publicly criticized criminal background checks for people working with children in an essay published last month.
In the Literary Review of Canada’s June cover story, Benjamin Levin wrote that schools need to be more deeply engaged in their communities by partnering with ethnic groups, cultural associations and social programs such as food co-ops. 
He regrets that these partnerships are all too rare and “made more difficult by various rules with good intentions but sometimes bad consequences, such as the requirement that all adults working with students must undergo criminal record checks.”
Levin, 61, a former deputy minister of education and professor at U of T’s OSIE, faces seven counts of child exploitation, including charges of possessing, distributing and making child pornography, as well as agreeing to or arranging for a sexual offence against a child under 16.

The hell she didn't know what skeevy pervert her friend was! Who signed off on the graphic sex education program?

(With thanks to all)

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