Islamization: Niqab-Style Muslim Clothes to Be Sold at Toronto’s Eaton Centre

The triumphant march of Islam continues in the rotting country of Canada, thanks to politicians dedicated to helping the Muslim invasion, like Justin Trudeau and Kathleen Wynne. Under the disguise of multiculturalism, the world’s most aggressive cult slowly takes over our major cities.

One of the major spots, where Muslim fanatics preach their poisonous religion, is Toronto’s Dundas Square, right in the heart of the city.

The free booklets distributed there give you a wide spectrum of information about that cult, including how to defeat the infidels (Christians and Jews), how to fight homosexuals and how to beat delicately your wife when she disobeys.

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Distributing the popular wife-beating booklet at the Eaton Centre

However, handing out booklets outside is not enough. Islam needs to devour more space to consider itself successful. Soon, Muslims will be taking space in the largest retail outlet in downtown Toronto, the Eaton Centre, which is located right across the small booth ran by the Muslim fanatics.

Beginning at the end of this month, the Eaton Centre will have the dubious honour of selling the ultimate symbol of Muslim oppression – Islamic women’s clothes. We should “thank” for that UNIQLO, the Japanese retailer that recently expanded to Canada. Despite its huge size, the company’s sales are failing in Japan, so they try to adapt to foreign markets.

They value every penny they can get, that’s why they are willing to compromise with even the worst cultures. The article (archived here) in the Toronto Star that described this development, delicately called their new merchandise “modest-wear”:

Uniqlo will debut a line of modest-wear in Canada in February, including hijabs, abayas, and pieces inspired by the baju kurung.

Japanese apparel retailer Uniqlo will debut a line of modest-wear in Canada in February, including hijabs and abayas, the long black dress worn by women in Saudi Arabia, and pieces inspired by the baju kurung, a tunic-and-pants outfit worn widely in South East Asia.

Though further in the article they say that they will not be selling niqabs, the garbage-bag-style dress that covers the whole body, a look at the Saudi abaya shows that it is hard to distinguish from the niqab. A piece to cover the face could easily be added.

There is little difference between abaya and niqab

The collection of oppressive “modest-wear” has been developed by Hana Tajima, obviously, a Japanese designer, but a Muslim convert:

“Japanese apparel retailer Uniqlo will debut a line of modest-wear in Canada in February, including hijabs and abayas, the long black dress worn by women in Saudi Arabia, and pieces inspired by the baju kurung, a tunic-and-pants outfit worn widely in South East Asia.

“It’s really for everybody, but in terms of a more specific demographic, it’s for anyone who sort of wants that more modest aesthetic,” said Hana Tajima, the British designer behind the line.

The collection, for spring and summer 2017, will land at Uniqlo’s two Canadian stores, at Toronto’s Eaton Centre and Yorkdale Mall, on Feb. 24.”

Indeed, considering the tempo of Toronto’s Islamization, those odd outfits soon will be worn by everybody. Kathleen Wynne and Justin Trudeau are already wearing them. The retail experts are confident that the Islamic clothing in Canada is a great idea:

“I think it’s brilliant,” said Maureen Atkinson, senior partner, research insights, J.C. Williams Global retail advisors.

“I think there is a large enough base that it’s a good business decision. I would like to think that most Canadians would support it, but I think there are those who are offended because people don’t dress modestly and they are offended because people do dress modestly.”

She is right, many Canadians will support this atrocity because parts of Toronto already look like Islamabad but with better houses. And if motion 103 that would outlaw criticism of Islam passes the Canadian Parliament, those who are offended by the Taliban outfits, will be forced to like them. Any criticism will be deemed an expression of Islamophobia and thus contradictory to the new Canadian “values” enforced by Justin Trudeau and his Islamist brigades.

It is sad that the once proud and independent country of Canada is being torn and sold piece by piece to every barbaric culture invited here by shameless politicians. The votes of the newcomers are much more important than the slow agony of Canada.

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2 Comments

  1. Supdawg444 says:

    Dang. Didn’t know people like you lived in Canada. I guess we’re not that different from the U.S.

    1. admiwrath says:

      Yes, there are still people like us, despite the efforts of Imam Trudeau and his Islamist brigades to silence us.

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