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Brenda
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posted 17 March 2004 01:19 PM      Profile for Brenda     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
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“Tolerant” liberal multiculturalists proclaim: “come to our country: we'll eat your curry, your dim sum, celebrate your Caribana. Of course, we'll tolerate you. But don't forget this is our country — our white country.”

In the so-called “war on terror,” tolerance's threshold has been shattered: “black, brown, yellow? You look suspicious. Arab? Get in the cell. Muslim? You too, buddy. Oh, but we'll need some of you to be our doctors or taxi drivers — globalization, capitalism. You understand the needs of the market? Don't you?”


Sorry, the author lost me after this statement.


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Fahim Kayani is paying the price for our Canadian “multicultural” delusions, our nationalist fantasies, our collective identity fraud. Fahim's crime? Wrong passport, wrong religion, wrong skin colour. He's been labelled a terrorist, a criminal, an illegal immigrant, he's lost his career, he's lost his fiancée and the Canadian government wants to deport him on minor visa violations because they want to cover up their own mistakes.

Too bad the author doesn't go on to say what the "minor visa violation" is. Mabey it's not having one. How long is a student visa good for in Canada? All I see on her part are alot of acqusations with no facts to back it up. Pretty much the same thing the Gov. seems to have done with these 19 terrorists.


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He's been labelled a terrorist, a criminal, an illegal immigrant, he's lost his career,

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He arrived in Canada in August, 1999, on a student visa.

From 1999 until late summer 2003, Fahim lived as any other Toronto student might: applying to universities, attending classes, listening to music, watching movies. But his life was shattered one early summer morning.


This doesn't add up. First she says he "lost his career" the says he was going to school.

[ 17 March 2004: Message edited by: Brenda ]


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