Jagdish Grewal out: Tories dump candidate for calling homosexuality "unnatural"
Canada's De Facto Communism: You must support prescribed policies
As Canadian political parties purge their own candidates for un-PC statements, 2 things become clear. 1) All three parties represent the same gay zionist (Illuminati) agenda. 2) Members of Parliament are not allowed their own views, let alone represent those of their constituents.
by Paul Fromm
(Left, The Three Illuminati Stooges, Trudeau, Harper and Mulcair)
Canada's political parties offer voters the depressing choice of Tweedledum, Tweedledummer, Tweedledummest and Tweedlegreen on [election day] October 19. For the past month there has been a near Stalinist purge among all party ranks of any candidate who has ever bleated the slightest comment critical either of Israel or the homosexual agenda. In this, all party leaders are hardcore Cultural Marxists. The homosexual agenda is fully triumphant and the Majority marginalized and dispossessed. All three parties are hacking away at their own ranks and, in effect, conceding some ridings on election day.
The latest victim of the tyranny of the homosexual agenda is a Conservative candidate in Malton one Jagdish Grewal
The Canadian Press (October 6, 2015) reports: "The Conservatives have dumped Jagdish Grewal, a candidate in suburban Toronto who defended therapies that attempt to turn gays straight and who penned an editorial that referred to homosexuality as 'unnatural behaviour' and heterosexuals as 'normal.'
'These comments do not reflect the views of the Conservative Party of Canada. We believe that all Canadians -- regardless of race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation -- deserve to be treated with respect and dignity,' the Conservative Party said in a statement. 'Mr. Grewal is no longer an official candidate for the Conservative Party.'
Grewal, running in Mississauga-Malton, wrote an editorial in the Punjabi Post earlier this year entitled 'Is it wrong for a homosexual to become a normal person? [A great many Canadians find homosexual practices abnormal.]
Ironically, "At a rally in the riding on Sept. 8, Conservative Leader Stephen Harper appeared on stage with Grewal and praised his work. 'I can tell you this: through his newspaper and radio show, he urges all those who come to this country to embrace the values of freedom, democracy, of tolerance, and respect, the things that make our country such a great place to live,' Harper told the audience."
But in a Canada gripped by the Masonic madness of political correctness, the price of belittling buggery is ostracism, even for a member of a usually coddled class -- Third World immigrants. ...
The hypocrisy of political correctness would gag an alligator. Earlier this summer, Shawn Dearn, communications director to ...Thomas Mulcair was revealed to have tweeted the following tolerant thoughts: "Memo to CBC and all media," one of them reads. "Stop calling the misogynist, homophobic, child-molesting Catholic church a 'moral authority.' It's not."
It's actually alright to say outrageously offensive things about Christians as long as you say they were not REALLY what you thought. What? A psychotic moment. My mouth ran one way and my brain another?
However, in a tweet to his followers late Tuesday, Dearn apologized."Some tweets that pre-dated my current role were offensive and do not reflect my views," he said. "They are being deleted and I apologize sincerely.: (Canadian Press, September 8, 2015) All was forgiven; Mulcair did not fire his Catholic-hating mouthpiece and the campaign chugged on.
(left, Canadian Cheka)
Not so lucky were two NDP candidates who had issues with Israel or extremist Jews. [Mulcair, like Prime Minister Harper is a 110 per cent Israel First. Being married to a Sephadic Jewess may have something to do with it.]
On August 10, according to CBC News (September 16, 2015), "Morgan Wheeldon, an NDP candidate in Nova Scotia's Kings-Hants riding, was forced to resign after suggesting in a 2014 Facebook post that Israel was engaged in "ethnic cleansing."
On September 24, the NDP dropped its candidate in Winnipeg . CBC (September 25, 2015) reported|: "Until Thursday night, Stefan Jonasson, a Unitarian minister, was the NDP candidate for Charleswood-St. James-Assiniboia-Headingley in Winnipeg. Jonasson says he was asked by his party to step down after comments he made on social media surfaced earlier this week. Now, he says he plans to leave politics for good. 'Politics has become so taken over by muckraking, by gotcha standards, by toxic behaviour on the part of those who cover it, I think I'm done with politics."
Three years ago, Jonasson posted an article in 2012 accusing the Haredim, a Jewish Orthodox sect, of mistreating women. He wrote "much like the Taliban and other extremists, the Haredim offer a toxic caricature of faith at odds with the spirit of the religious tradition they profess to represent."
Jonasson tells As It Happens guest host Laura Lynch that "people are increasingly using the term 'Taliban' to refer to religious extremists of all kinds." And although he defends his comparison of the Haredim to the Taliban, he says he wishes he hadn't used those words.
'It wasn't my intention to cause gratuitous offence. I was trying to call attention to the fact that women are not being treated equitably by some religious extremists'."
Understandably disappointed at the intolerance of the NDP, Rev. Jonasson told the National Post (September 25, 2015): "I wish the party had had the courage and the foresight to believe that my candidacy was worth defending, but they did not."
MORE TORY PURGES
On August 24, the Tories dropped candidate Gilles Guibord, candidate in Rosemont-la-Petite-Prairie, for his traditionalist views on Indians and men/.women relationships. His offending comments were: "First Nations refused to integrate into European culture. It's their right, but there was a price to pay for that decision: Rejecting urban society and its advantages. The federal government used corruption to keep First Nations quieter... Political parties didn't take responsibility for integrating aboriginal communities..."
(Harper, before purging kitten for statements about migrant mice)
"Before treating our ancestors as thieves, we have to at least not betray history. In Quebec, it's the descendants of the French who have ancestral rights [to land], not the Mohawks. The Supreme Court still does not understand that."
"To be fair, I think it's better to speak of men's authority over women, than of superiority. I think that male-female relations were not determined by religion, but rather by forces present before religions [existed]. Man was stronger than woman, the woman was placed under his protection. Because of pregnancies, women were often in a state of fragility or insecurity, so men protected them, etc." (CBC August 24, 2105)
And the purges extended to the Liberal Party as well. Maria Manna who had posted some views expressing skepticism of the official version of 9/11 was dropped as a candidate in late September. "A Liberal candidate who expressed skepticism about the Sept. 11 attacks in the U.S. has resigned as the candidate in the B.C. riding of Cowichan-Malahat-Langford, CBC News has learned. Maria Manna had posted comments on her Facebook page that questioned the official account of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, calling it "the lie." On Friday, she defended the comments, made in 2010 and 2013, saying they were her "truth" at the time." (CBC, September 28, 2015) Truth then, but not now? If she's changed her mind, why not just say so?
A couple of days later, the Liberals turfed out another candidate in British Columbia: "Cheryl Thomas, a Liberal Party candidate for Victoria, B.C., has resigned because of past comments she made on Facebook about the Muslim and Jewish communities.'I want to take this moment to apologize unreservedly for past comments on social media that have come to light,' wrote Thomas on her website. Referring to mosques as "brainwashing stations. Saying "the oppressed of the Warsaw ghettos and the concentration camps have become the oppressors." She knows she's "sinned" by saying anything critical of privileged minorities, but despite her contrition still must go|: "When looking back at them, I understand that they are offensive and have no place in our political discourse." (CBC, September 30, 2015) Pathetic!
Seemingly, the only acceptable candidates are complete ciphers who haven't a brain or idea in their heads and who will be able to parrot the party line, whatever it is, on cue and, otherwise, just shut up.