Kellie Leitch is currently running for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada, a position she is well qualified to hold. She not only has political and governing experience but she is a well-respected pediatric orthopedic surgeon.
So, what precisely is so wrong with what she asked in a survey such that the entire political class thinks the sky is falling?
She apparently asked if Immigrants and Refugees coming to Canada should be vetted in terms of whether or not they accept Canadian values.
Well, duh? Is that not simply common sense?
- Do we really want people to come to our country who believe in honour killing simply because their female children want to wear western dress?
- Do we really want people to come into our country who don’t believe women are equal to men?
Yes, I know, people can lie to be accepted. But, what we have here is a politically correct fear of asking — for one reason alone — of being called Islamophobic.
Why? Because the majority of immigrants from European countries, Australia and/or the East, once here, usually try very hard to fit in to Canadian society. Many Muslims from the Middle East do not.
In fact, oddly, Muslims from the Middle East try to make Canada into the hell hole country they left. Prayer rooms in schools. Acceptance of niqabs. Wanting Shariah law in family courts. I mean, take a look at this Google page and you will see to what extent some Muslims want to change Western society.
Anyway, does my telling it like it actually is make me Islamophobic and a bigot? No, it does not, because everything I say is true. What it does make me feel, however, is fear, fear that certain immigrants and certain refugees not only won’t agree to accept established Canadian values, but openly oppose those values.
So, Ms. Leitch, hang in there. Ignore the naysayers because you have the silent majority behind you.
One more thing, ignore all the politically correct naysayers regarding the so-called snitch line. No one, in all the time in the year since you made that announcement, has said what help is actually out there for any young female who is threatened with genital mutilation. No one. Meaning, instead of dealing with the issue, they sweep what is happening under a politically correct rug.
The crux of the matter is that political correctness is the biggest danger we have in our society today and I am thankful that at least one of the Conservative leadership candidates — Kellie Leitch — has the guts to stand up and say it like it is.
O Canada! Some of us continue to stand on guard for thee!