The Only Honest NDP Candidate Dumped from the British Columbia Campaign

I have often said that Canada is slowly moving down the way of the European political correctness. We are dominated by politicians, who believe that their utopian and delusional views can replace reality.


Dayleen Van Ryswyk


The campaign for electing a new provincial legislature in British Columbia has just started and it already claimed the first victim of the local political correctness. The NDP campaign was “forced” to drop Dayleen Van Ryswyk, a candidate who authored a series of “unacceptable” online comments against French Canadians and “First Nations”.

Some sources, in the typical Canadian “holier-than-thou” tradition, called her comments “racist”. In Canada such statements must always be taken with a grain of salt. After all Van Ryswyk is a business woman who operates in the real world, unlike the lawyer-turned-politician type, which defines the bland Canadian political landscape.

What exactly did she say?

The “offensive” statements were made in 2009 as posts in an online discussion. Here is the first post:

“It’s not the status cards, it’s the fact that we have been paying out of the hose for generations for something that isn’t our doing,” reads a section from a post, dated Feb. 11, 2009 under the subject heading “Re: Strip them of the Status Card.”

“If their ancestors sold out too cheap it’s not my fault and I shouldn’t have to be paying for any mistake or whatever you want to call it from MY hard earned money.”

What’s wrong with that statement? Nothing. It came from a representative of that part of our society, which has been taxed to death to provide money for the people on the reserves who prefer to sit on their lazy asses instead of starting some real work. They may feel inconvenienced, because the likes of Grand Thief Theresa Spence steal tens of millions of dollars from the taxpayers’ money from the reserve handouts (and then ask for more), but that is their internal problem.

How much longer would our politicians ignore that truth, which is visible to everybody who has even a rudimentary understanding of what is going on in Canada?!

Another post made on Feb. 16, 2010, under the topic “Re: “More French in the ceremonies” targets the French language:

“Thank God I’m not the only one that was shocked at the French first at the ceremonies … what the heck??? This is B.C. … we speak English here … this isn’t Quebec. I travel quite a lot and when I say we are from Canada I’m always asked if we are French Canadian or western. I always say … hell no … we aren’t French Canadians. Seems the only group of people universally hated around the world other than the Americans are the French and the FRENCH CANADIANS … the bigots are the French not us … get over yourselves already!”

Spot on! Don’t forget that Pierre Trudeau’s catastrophic multiculturalist experiment started as a campaign to denigrate English Canada. Billions of dollars are spent every year to promote a language that very few people outside of Quebec speak.

This is annoying even in Ontario, where only a small minority speaks French, and in British Columbia, where you can barely find any French speakers, it is simply offensive.

On top of that we have to deal with the French arrogance in Quebec, which not only finds it natural to mooch money from the other provinces to finance brainless leftist economic schemes, but also feels superior to the rest of us.

In an interview, which I saw today, Justin Trudeau, Pierre’s dimwitted son and now leader of the Liberal Party, plainly stated that the Quebecers are superior to the rest of Canada because they are Quebecers.

So what was wrong again with Dayleen Van Ryswyk’s statement? O, yes, she refuses to kiss the arrogant French asses! That’s a mortal sin in Canada.

The B.C. NDP leader Adrian Dix made a “wise” remark about the case:

“I can’t see any way that he can stand behind a candidate that would be thinking that comments like this are appropriate in any way.”

That’s the typical Canadian political idiot, who is terrified that reality may burst his progressive bubble. If that happens, he would be lost.

It looks like Canada is beyond salvation…


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  1. The Hammer says:

    Well, it is the NDP. They are dominated by those people who like to call North America “Turtle Island”. Especially in BC.

  2. The Lone Ranger says:

    Wow! She should be a conservative! Regarding Quebec, I shake my head at how a bunch of treacherous plastic Frenchmen can hold canada to ransom for so long. I live for the day when we qwill have a leader that will arrest these traitors for treason, and finaslly get them out of Parliament and out of Canada. At least we’ll save a few billion bucks every year in provinicval transfer payments.

    But, I’m not holding my breath.

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