Monday, February 2, 2009

Dhimmi Canerduh

Israel's finally responding to Hamas firiing rockets into its territory from Gaza drew predictable responses from the usual anti-Semites. While the likes of Russia (who destroyed Grozny and killed thousands over rocket attacks) called on Israel to do as they say, not as they do, more nauseating still were the gatherings from coast to coast in canerduh during which supporters of Hamas and Hezbollah and their Jew-hating useful idiots chanted slogans calling for death to Jews and glorifying their pals in the two outlawed terrorist organizations.

In response, police and governments behaved like the most abject dhimmis grovelling in the suq at jizya time.

Only Jason Kenney, Harpo's Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism displayed anything remotely like cojones:

"Ottawa, January 15, 2009
The Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, today issued the following statement regarding displays of hatred and violence at recent protests across Canada:

“Like many Canadians, I am deeply concerned about allegations of the incitement to hatred and violence at recent protests across Canada.”

“It is shocking to think that flags of banned terrorist organizations such as Hezbollah are being flown in the streets of Canadian cities. The ideals these terrorist organizations preach are abhorrent to the fundamental values of the Canadian people and of all civilized peoples: freedom, democracy, human rights and the rule of law.”

“The open incitement of hatred has absolutely no place in Canadian society. We offer our condolences to all innocent victims of armed conflict and to those affected by repeated acts of terror. We remain vigilant in upholding fundamental Canadian values.”

The Government of Canada lists Hezbollah and Hamas as banned terrorist organizations under the provisions of Canada’s Criminal Code."

Close but no cigar though, Jason. "Allegations of the incitement to hatred and violence ..."? Its all on video, its all on the net, one needn't even get off the ministerial backside and switch on the tv to confirm said "allegations."

Besides, carefully worded statements and "condolences" are not what this situation calls for, what's needed is charges and deportations, for a start. Lots of deportations. Then a complete revamping of canerduh's ridiculous immigration policies.

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