Sunday, 14 October 2012

Help Save The Life Of A Muslim Woman.

Ban Muslim immigration to Canada.

In fact, let's just ban Muslim immigration to the west altogether.

Think of the many female lives we can save by doing so.

Look, Canada is guilt-tripped over the memory of the S.S. St. Louis.  This was the turning away of a passenger ship full of Jewish refugees fleeing pre-war antisemitism in Germany in 1939.  After being rejected by Cuba, the U.S., and eventually Canada the ship had little choice but to return to Europe.

The Jewish refugees were eventually resettled in various European states outside of Germany but war broke out, Germany invaded, the Jews were rounded up, were sent to concentration camps and ultimately to their deaths.  Presumably most of the passengers of the S.S. St. Louis were among those captured and executed.  And since Canada turned the ship away the nation is somehow to blame for their deaths, or so it is implied.

So following that line of thinking Canada is complicit in the deaths of these Muslim women.  Had we refused them entry and they stayed in their Muslim societies they'd never have been corrupted by western influences, would have remained good Muslims, and would still be alive today.

So, in a sense we forced the hands of their killers.  Because of their culture (and remember all cultures are equal) the women had to be corrected with the most capital of punishments.

Canada killed them.

So, to prevent future deaths of innocent Muslim women in Canada we should ban Muslim immigration outright.

Hell, it's not like Islam has anything to offer Canadian society anyway so what have we got to lose?  And we get to save the lives of so many Muslim women.  So, Canada doesn't lose anything of value and Muslim women don't lose their lives.  It's win/win!

7 comments:

MGROVE said...

Everyone, for issues on immigration, I'd strongly suggest visiting immigrationwatchcanada.org or their facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/ImmigrationWatchCanadaorg/168518093193047

Anonymous said...

I have read your blog for the past two years, and I agree with every single point you've made since I have been reading your blog. You are an extremely gifted writer who gets his/her point across very effectively.

I grew up in a city in the greater Toronto area, which has changed so much in the past twenty years I barely recognize it anymore. I believe a corrupt immigration system, which is controlled by corrupt politicians and the corrupt immigration lobby to be fully responsible for this. While I believe some immigration and some diversity is good for Canada, it should never be at the expense of 4th or 5th generation Canadians whose families built this country through hard work and honesty.

My question for you pax is how do we solve this issue?

Many Canadians have the same opinion as you and I. Do we start a political party?

Do we protest?

How do we tell our government we do not want 250,000 people (even more if you include temp workers) coming into our country every year.

What would you solution to the problem be pax. Your answer would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your time.


PaxCanadiana said...

My question for you pax is how do we solve this issue?

I don't have a concrete answer for that. I wish I did.

An ad campaign to raise awareness would be great but this costs money.

Lobbying costs money.

Forming a political party costs money.

And it's money we don't have.

I have been fantasizing of late about forming a protest party since I feel the major political parties don't speak for us on most issues.

The party would exist to gauge the dissatisfaction Canadians have with the political system. I wouldn't expect to win seats but to allow Canadians another option to place their vote so their voice can be heard at the ballot box.

How do we tell our government we do not want 250,000 people (even more if you include temp workers) coming into our country every year.

Canadians have been telling the government this for years and it knows where Canadians stand. We cannot stomach more immigration. This is why Jason Kenney is reluctant to increase intake quotas. He even said so in an interview.

This suggest that the government is sensitive to public opinion. That being said I'd say be vocal about your opposition but be informed about it. Since most of the arguments favouring mass immigration are based on assumptions they are easy to refute.

The point of this is to raise awareness of the issue and let Canadians know it's okay to talk about it and not be demonized as a racist.

Anonymous said...

The biggest that I raised when I read this particular piece was that "how do you determine who is Muslim or not?"

Islam is a religion, not a culture endemic to any particular type of countries. Of course you along with everybody already knew that. For example, Japan has ethnic Japanese who are Muslims, I've heard stories of people here in N. America converting to Islam from other religions and for all I know, I could very well end up a Muslim the next day (not saying that I will, and I probably wouldn't ever do that).
Similarly, there are Jews in Ethiopia and China.

So its not clear-cut to me how you could tell someone is a Muslim or not. Btw, its not like every Muslim wears a hijab or turban or grows long beards or whatever.

Banning Muslim immigration would be really difficult if not impossible to do, because you can never tell who is a Muslim or not. I've met gay guys who sound straighter and look manlier than straight guys, and people that look and sound like total lesbians and gays (Pink the singer, depends on person's perceptions) but are straight and married and have children.

As a result of this, I do not find your opinion particularly actionable and it sounds like you're trying to talk big without having feasible plan to back it up. I recently saw a girl in a York university ad on Youtube talk about how she wanted to save millions of people in the Maldives via a disaster management program by 2031 even though there are not even millions of people in the Maldives, and their population growth rate is nowhere near enough to have even 1 million by 2031 making the claim that she could save millions of people in the Maldives futile at best. What you just wrote kind of sounds like her. I am not saying you're uneducated or stupid, but what you just said doesn't really quite make sense.

PaxCanadiana said...

The biggest that I raised when I read this particular piece was that "how do you determine who is Muslim or not?"

Satire is lost on you isn't it?

But since you asked we simply ask the person if they are a Muslim. If they say "yes" then entry denied. It's that simple.

Joking aside the even bigger question is to ask if there is any value to Muslim immigration at all? You have to understand that it's not just a religion. It's also a political movement with aspirations to govern society in some capacity.

It's not democratic, it doesn't believe in pluralism, it's totalitarian demanding to rule every facet of your life. It is in direct competition with our democratic, pluralistic society. Islam is to rule, not be ruled. That's the religion.

If we value our democratic society it's in our interest to curtail Muslim immigration since they carry the message of Islam and to make sure the Muslims do not reach a percentage of the population where they can influence the direction of the country.

So to achieve that just cut off immigration from Muslim countries. It's not that hard really. This won't guarantee a total ban of Muslim immigration but it will hinder it a bit.

Anonymous said...

This argument is retarded. The more Muslim women that enter Canada and ENJOY our freedoms weakens despotic regimes like Saudi Arabia and the rest of the women HATING East.

Give these gals a generation or two and they will be overthrowing governments that are anti-women.

The house of Saud (FRAUD) has been screaming for the US to support their goals of turning Syria into another backwards sharia nation, Obama has said NO.

PaxCanadiana said...

This argument is retarded. The more Muslim women that enter Canada and ENJOY our freedoms weakens despotic regimes like Saudi Arabia and the rest of the women HATING East.

No, it won't. It just means more Muslims enter Canada. Whether or not they embrace the liberties Canada has to offer has no bearing on the strength of the despotic regimes of Islamic ruled nations.

Indeed, it will probably make them stronger since it purges them of the women who will most likely act to bring about change in their native countries.

But hey, Saudi Arabia's loss is our gain right?

Give these gals a generation or two and they will be overthrowing governments that are anti-women.

How are they going to do that when they're all in the west?