I wrote already twice about Ausma Malik, a candidate for school trustee in the Toronto municipal elections for 2014. It was unthinkable that somebody like her would make it on the ballot, but she did it. That was despite her involvement with the Hezbollah anti-Semites in 2006; despite her work to introduce sharia rules at the University of Toronto and despite her shady actions during student elections at the same place.
Her guardian angels from the NDP are more shameless than a cat that has just soiled a Persian carpet. Even though many people and organizations are outraged that Canada’s premier socialist party would associate with someone like her, there isn’t a single sign that Horvath’s stormtroopers or anybody else in the hierarchy want to do the right thing and drop her. What’s worse, her name is prominently featured on the signs of the two Councillor candidates for the area – Joe Cressy and Mike Layton.
As you can see, they have also prepared for the future invasion of the People’s Republic of China by adopting Chinese names.
The NDP cowards have a history of ignoring common sense and anything that actually may help people. Everything they do is for the sake of the special “victim groups,” which to them are more important than anything else. On Monday a Muslim terrorist killed a soldier in Quebec. The circumstances around the case became clear pretty quickly.
Yet when the terrorist act was discussed in the Parliament, Tom Mulcair observed:
“NDP Leader Tom Mulcair also said he believed the government’s immediate analysis to be premature.”I think we need to be extremely careful before drawing conclusions. When (the Hoback question was asked), I said to myself, ‘Come on, let the police do their work’,” he told a news conference in Ottawa.”
The saintly Muslims are never at fault. I am not suggesting that Ausma is a terrorist – in fact, she issued a statement last month stating that she is not a terrorist and I am willing to believe her.
However, it will be a disaster to let somebody with her views determine the curriculum and the order in Toronto’s schools. There are just a few short days remaining before the vote. Tomorrow is the last debate before we decide who the next school trustee is going to be.
Let’s go there and make our voices heard.
Date: Thursday, October 23, 2014
Time: 7:00pm to 9:30 pm: Ward 10 (Trinity-Spadina)
School trustee candidates’ debate
Location: Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor Street West.
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