For Americans, Canada is a nation known for hockey, maple syrup, and extreme “hate speech” laws. Yet even some Canadians are tiring of watching Muslims take over and subvert their society, and so are risking fines, punishment, and jail time to speak out again the Islamization of their nation. In this case, 40 anti-Islam posters were found on the University of Calgary campus:
About 40 posters were discovered by students at 6:45 a.m. Tuesday, filled with hateful and obscene language telling Muslims to “keep your barbaric ways … in your 7th century homeland.”
While campus security acted quickly to take them down, other posters and similar hate literature were also found later in parking lots and in residential mailboxes just outside of campus in northwest communities.
“This is my campus, my community, but part of me feels very scared now,” said Lobna Al-Wadeih, a female Muslim student who wears a hijab.
“With my hijab, I feel like my being Muslim is kind of in your face. And out there, if I’m downtown or something, I will get that, I will get the ‘go home,’ from people.
Those responsible for the posters could face a number of criminal charges.
Under certain sections of the Criminal Code of Canada, inciting hate propaganda against any identifiable group can result in a maximum jail time of five years.
Tuesday’s posters mark the second time in two weeks that hateful literature was distributed on a university campus in Alberta.
On Sept. 19, 12 posters were found at the University of Alberta featuring a picture of a Sikh man, profanity about turbans and a statement calling on people from developing nations’ cultures to leave Canada. (source)
Speaking the truth about Islam today in Canada is virtually a heroic act, as merely having a different opinion than the forced leftist intellectual conformity can put you in prison. Yet even if the majority of people are silent, a majority is not needed to stop Islam, for the saying attributed to Margaret Mead that liberals so often use also applies the opposite way too:
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”
The lesson? Never back down and never surrender, and when they push back you push even harder.