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Anyone who supports Justin Trudeau for his “diversity is our strength” views, his toleration of terrorism, his destruction of business and of course his hair should vote for Jagmeet Singh. When it comes to diversity, he’s the real deal

Everyone who loves Justin Trudeau should support Jagmeet Singh


By --October 12, 2017

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On Oct. 1, Jagmeet Singh won the leadership of the third party New Democratic Party on the first ballot. Singh’s election should have Justin Trudeau very very worried. Singh is everything Trudeau loves but can never be.

To begin with, Singh is a Sikh which means he is not white. And as we know Trudeau hates whites. He loathes the white race even though he is a member and he has never made a secret of that fact. The Little Potato especially hates the old stock Canadians; he even said as much. The man who is the highest elected official in this once great country said he prefers immigrants to Canadians who were born in Canada. This is because immigrants choose to come here. Okay, Singh is not an immigrant having been born in the subway-deprived Toronto area of Scarborough. But as we know, perception is reality in politics and Singh looks like an immigrant. Justin never can.

Trudeau is fond of saying “diversity is our strength”

Trudeau is fond of saying “diversity is our strength” and says it every time he issues a statement on a major terrorist attack. Well, Singh is actually diverse. He embodies diversity. Trudeau’s idea of diversity is to appoint MPs to cabinet who are totally unqualified to hold such positions but they are not white and usually not male and that is all that counts. The NDP on the other hand actually elected a leader who is diverse.

Singh has been criticized for not condemning Talwinder Singh Parmar, the mastermind of the Air India bombing in 1985. In what was the worst act of terrorism in Canada, 329 people lost their lives when Air India Flight 182 was blown up over the Atlantic near Scotland. Although Parmar was never tried and convicted, there is no doubt he masterminded the terrorist act. A hero to some in the Sikh community, Singh refuses to speak out against him.

So we have two leaders of major federal parties who sympathize with terrorism. At least Sikhs don’t go around saying terrorist acts committed by Sikh separatists have nothing to do with Sikhism. And Sikh terrorists are not on a mission to destroy Western civilization. Since Parmar was shot to death in India in 1992, there is no worry a Prime Minister Singh would pay him millions to compensate him for any hurt feelings he may have suffered. When it comes to terrorist-sympathizing Trudeau supporters, they would be much better off supporting Singh than the current prime minister.

Then there is the matter of hair. We know a lot of Canadians voted for Trudeau because he has nice hair. Campaigning in Quebec yesterday, Singh said his hair has not been cut since he was seven years old. Comparing his hair to Trudeau’s, Singh said “I have more hair and it’s longer and it’s nicer.” There is no doubt Canadians who vote on the basis of hair will have to cast their vote with the NDP.

The NDP is a socialist party and the Liberal-loving media are talking about how far left Singh will take the party

The NDP is a socialist party and the Liberal-loving media are talking about how far left Singh will take the party. But can he really go further to the left than Sock Boy? The worst a Singh government could do is nationalize all businesses in Canada. But at least with Singh, there will be a chance there will be some businesses left other than, of course Bombardier. Trudeau has launched a full assault on small businesses because, as he says, people start small businesses to be able to cheat on their taxes. His tax changes are depriving these businesses and professionals such as doctors and lawyers advantages that make up for the fact they have no pensions, maternity leave and paid sick days and vacation days. How could a socialist government be any worse?

Both the NDP and the Liberals claim they are in favour of helping the middle class and low income workers. But after running out of taxpayer money to give to other countries, the Canadian Revenue Agency, no doubt with the government’s blessing, are going after these low income earners. The CRA is planning to tax benefits given to those who work in retail and are, by virtue of employment, entitled to discounts on merchandise or such things as free meals. If a restaurant worker is entitled to a free muffin at the end of their shift, they will be required to pay income tax on the price of that muffin. It is extremely doubtful a Singh-led NDP government would go after these low income workers. The NDP love to tax the rich but they will not go after the poor the way the Liberals are.

When it comes to diversity, he’s the real deal


All this bodes well for Andrew Scheer and the Conservative Party of Canada. Scheer is nowhere near being able to defeat Trudeau, but the NDP has a shot at splitting the vote allowing the CPC to form the next government.

Anyone who supports Justin Trudeau for his “diversity is our strength” views, his toleration of terrorism, his destruction of business and of course his hair should vote for Jagmeet Singh. When it comes to diversity, he’s the real deal.

Both Singh and Scheer are 38 years old; Trudeau is 45. As the social media meme says, “Don’t vote for the old man.”



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Arthur Weinreb is an author, columnist and Associate Editor of Canada Free Press. Arthur’s latest book, Ford Nation: Why hundreds of thousands of Torontonians supported their conservative crack-smoking mayor is available at Amazon. Racism and the Death of Trayvon Martin is also available at Smashwords. His work has appeared on Newsmax.com,  Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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