Friday, April 23, 2010

Terrorism at Home and Abroad


The Globe & Mail is reporting on their web edition that Ujjal Dosanjh is the target of assassination threats on a Facebook site.

“It'd be much more appropriate to pierce him with bullets, not compassion,” the posting said.

The RCMP are investigating.

Please read the story here.

Sick. Sickening.

And in New York, the writers and producers of the racy TV cartoon show, South Park, have also received death threats over a recent Muhammad satire.

Madness abounds.

In France, a woman driver wearing an Islamic face veil has been fined by French police for not having a clear field of vision.

Good luck with that.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Radical Islam. Sikh terrorists. Tamil Tigers. Red Shirts. And anyone on the planet that feels betrayed by his or her homeland please apply for Canadian Citizenship. We will accommodate you by allowing you to practice any and all customs that you might have dealt with at " Home "
Do not worry if your customs were barbaric or illegal this is Canada and we will accommodate everything.
We will encourage you to live in a community that only people from your "home" country already live. God /Allah/Buddha/ ( name the deity of your choice) forbid that you might have to live among people that don't think dress eat look just like you do.

Maybe just maybe if you get homesick you could leave this "home" and return to the "home" that you left.

Multiculturalism is a failed experiment.

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iKeith said...

I recall Gordo got death threats after he was first elected as Premier, so much so that he had to sell his home, and move into some bunker under Grouse mountain, or wherever.

Judie said...

Madness!

Judie