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taxme

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But somehow, it isn't unconstitutional for Quebec to be unilaterally french speaking. Even in private affairs and businesses.

The french in kweebec can do whatever they fkn well please because they pretty much run and rule and own Canada today. All of our past and present dictating Marxist PM politicians were all from french controlled Marxist kweebec. English is pretty much banned in kweebec while at the same time I have to put up looking at the french slang language on everything that I buy in a store outside of kweebec.

Did you know that there is a rule in kweebec that says that when some store in kweebec wants to sell anything the french must be prominently displayed in front for all to see, while at the same time the English side is shoved to the rear so as not to be seen. The french language police monitor that rule all the time.
To do the same thing anywhere in the rest of English Canada that would be seen as being anti-french. The french can get away with everything because our so called Anglophone politicians and and stop worrying about the fake covid hoax and lie or the fake climate crisis all the fkn time. Just saying. :unsure:
 

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Unapproved racist float snuck into Alberta rodeo parade: Organizers
While the exact message the float was attempting to convey remains unclear, several from the Sikh community have condemned it.

Author of the article:Michael Rodriguez
Publishing date:Jun 26, 2022 • 1 day ago • 2 minute read • 70 Comments
A float being condemned as racist joined the Sundre Pro Rodeo parade without approval from parade officials on June 25, 2022.
A float being condemned as racist joined the Sundre Pro Rodeo parade without approval from parade officials on June 25, 2022. PHOTO BY MIKE CRAMPTON
The Sundre Pro Rodeo is apologizing after photos surfaced from the event’s Saturday morning parade of a racist and politically charged float, which parade officials say joined the procession without approval.


The float showed a tractor, driven by a man in a mask holding an Alberta flag, pulling a manure spreader marked “The Liberal” which carried another man wearing a fake beard and a turban, brandishing what appeared to be a pitchfork. While the exact message the float was attempting to convey remains unclear, several from the Sikh community have condemned it as a racist act.

The Sundre Pro Rodeo said the float was not approved to join the parade and apologized for the oversight, saying that the display would’ve never been allowed to participate had organizers known about it. Several photos on social media show the float queued up before the parade began but the parade committee said the display snuck in without passing through the approval process.


“The entry was not approved and, upon further investigation, joined the parade without passing through any registration,” the committee wrote in a statement shared on the Sundre Pro Rodeo Facebook page. “The committee is committed to ensuring that entries will be reviewed in any future events to prevent this from happening.”

The Dashmesh Culture Centre, a Sikh community centre in Calgary, said it was disappointed and saddened to see the “horrendous display of racism towards the Sikh community.” They called for a dialogue with rodeo and parade organizers.

“We hope dialogue will help end these senseless displays of ignorance towards minorities,” wrote the organization in a Twitter post.

Calgary Skyview MP George Chahal and Calgary Forest Lawn MP Jasraj Singh Hallan condemned the float, saying racism has no place in Canada. Chahal said Sikhs have been a “steadfast force for good” in Alberta, calling the float a despicable display of racism, while Hallan said the display was “absolutely disgusting.”


Provincial politicians weighed in with a similar sentiment, with Alberta NDP Leader Rachel Notley saying, “This will cause more Albertans to feel unsafe in their own communities.”

Jason Nixon, the MLA for Rimbey–Rocky Mountain House–Sundre, also condemned the racist float.

“Discrimination and racism have no place in Sundre or anywhere in Alberta,” said Nixon, adding that organizers assured him measures will be put in place to ensure similar incidents don’t happen at future events.




The man who took the photos that sparked the social media stir, Mike Crampton, was at the parade to watch his daughter’s marching band when his wife spotted the float. He picked up his camera to snap some photos saying it was “unbelievable” that somebody would think the display was funny or appropriate for the event.

“I was just kind of flabbergasted,” he said.

“I don’t blame the organizers, but it’s more the reaction to it, right? (There were) lots of people clapping and cheering and thinking that’s hilarious and it’s just like, ‘Oh my god, like where are we here?'”

Postmedia attempted to contact the parade committee for further comment but did not receive a response.

mrodriguez@postmedia.com

Twitter: @michaelrdrguez
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Tecumsehsbones

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It looks like a specific attack against a certain puppet Sikh leader of one of our federal parties as opposed to a general attack on Sikhs.
Thank you. That's what I was thinking. He was calling Mr Singh a "Liberal" as an insult to both him and his supposedly-different party.

A minor party that goes into coalition with a major party always has to face this. Nothing to see here.
 
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taxme

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Unapproved racist float snuck into Alberta rodeo parade: Organizers
While the exact message the float was attempting to convey remains unclear, several from the Sikh community have condemned it.

Author of the article:Michael Rodriguez
Publishing date:Jun 26, 2022 • 1 day ago • 2 minute read • 70 Comments
A float being condemned as racist joined the Sundre Pro Rodeo parade without approval from parade officials on June 25, 2022.
A float being condemned as racist joined the Sundre Pro Rodeo parade without approval from parade officials on June 25, 2022. PHOTO BY MIKE CRAMPTON
The Sundre Pro Rodeo is apologizing after photos surfaced from the event’s Saturday morning parade of a racist and politically charged float, which parade officials say joined the procession without approval.


The float showed a tractor, driven by a man in a mask holding an Alberta flag, pulling a manure spreader marked “The Liberal” which carried another man wearing a fake beard and a turban, brandishing what appeared to be a pitchfork. While the exact message the float was attempting to convey remains unclear, several from the Sikh community have condemned it as a racist act.

The Sundre Pro Rodeo said the float was not approved to join the parade and apologized for the oversight, saying that the display would’ve never been allowed to participate had organizers known about it. Several photos on social media show the float queued up before the parade began but the parade committee said the display snuck in without passing through the approval process.


“The entry was not approved and, upon further investigation, joined the parade without passing through any registration,” the committee wrote in a statement shared on the Sundre Pro Rodeo Facebook page. “The committee is committed to ensuring that entries will be reviewed in any future events to prevent this from happening.”

The Dashmesh Culture Centre, a Sikh community centre in Calgary, said it was disappointed and saddened to see the “horrendous display of racism towards the Sikh community.” They called for a dialogue with rodeo and parade organizers.

“We hope dialogue will help end these senseless displays of ignorance towards minorities,” wrote the organization in a Twitter post.

Calgary Skyview MP George Chahal and Calgary Forest Lawn MP Jasraj Singh Hallan condemned the float, saying racism has no place in Canada. Chahal said Sikhs have been a “steadfast force for good” in Alberta, calling the float a despicable display of racism, while Hallan said the display was “absolutely disgusting.”


Provincial politicians weighed in with a similar sentiment, with Alberta NDP Leader Rachel Notley saying, “This will cause more Albertans to feel unsafe in their own communities.”

Jason Nixon, the MLA for Rimbey–Rocky Mountain House–Sundre, also condemned the racist float.

“Discrimination and racism have no place in Sundre or anywhere in Alberta,” said Nixon, adding that organizers assured him measures will be put in place to ensure similar incidents don’t happen at future events.




The man who took the photos that sparked the social media stir, Mike Crampton, was at the parade to watch his daughter’s marching band when his wife spotted the float. He picked up his camera to snap some photos saying it was “unbelievable” that somebody would think the display was funny or appropriate for the event.

“I was just kind of flabbergasted,” he said.

“I don’t blame the organizers, but it’s more the reaction to it, right? (There were) lots of people clapping and cheering and thinking that’s hilarious and it’s just like, ‘Oh my god, like where are we here?'”

Postmedia attempted to contact the parade committee for further comment but did not receive a response.

mrodriguez@postmedia.com

Twitter: @michaelrdrguez
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Wow? What nice big and fancy words these lefty liberals have to say. Some are saddened and disappointed and find it horrendous. Some white Jason Nixon guilt ridden lefty liberal said that it was showing discrimination and racism towards the Sikh's. The Sikh community was offended. I am offended by seeing that communist Singh's face with his turban on his head every time I see the commie on TV. Sikh's wear their turbans just to let white people know that we are here. Kiss our Sikh's ass, whitey. Rachel Nutley? Well, what else can we expect from this commie. No doubt she is just trying to score points with the Sikh's.

It was just some political satire and that was it. Apparently, Singh and Turdeau are not well likes at all these days. So, who gives a shit about some float making fun of those two Marxist arse holes anyway? I am pretty sure that thousands of people at the parade cheered them on as they went by. I wonder what those same arse holes that condemned the tractor driver and his partner would say if some non-white did the same thing and tried to make some white people look bad? No doubt we would be hearing that there is nothing to see here. Just a little bit of anti-white satire. Ha-ha-ha. FO you bunch of whiny crybabies. :LOL: