We defend Canadian values, which often conflict with the Islamic way of thinking. We defend our rights by engaging in lawful public political activities. Rights mean nothing unless one can freely exercise them without fear of reprisal. Our aim is to awaken the masses to the danger of losing our inalienable rights.
Last weekend, three different groups did three events in Barrie, Mississauga and Toronto. Suffragettes vs Silence hosted Jennifer Bush at a picnic/Info session in Barrie. Arthur Smitherman and Cultural Action Party Ontario did community engagement at Mississauga Liberal event and Toronto street festival. Meanwhile, a group of Buddhists protested Islamic Rohingya genocide against Buddhists and Hindus in Myanmar at Queen’s Park in Toronto.
Some are suggesting that Jennifer is a “member” of Rise Canada. This is not true… Jennifer is a heroic independent activist who has attended events and rallies with MANY groups, including Pegida, Suffragettes, JDL, KROOOPS, the Hindu led Concerned Parents of Canada, as well as our activities… She is not a member but a supporter. She went to the Jagmeet Singh event of her own volition.
We agree with Jennifer’s inclusive message of constructive criticism of his policies … We think it is sad that Jagmeet Singh did not actually listen and engage with her. Politicians should listen to their constituents rather than overpower them with microphones, even when they are being criticized.
The video below was sent to us, where she outlines her reasoning:
Last Friday, a new patriot named Paul Marker organized an event in front of Mississauga’s John Fraser High School. This school allows Islamic prayers, and Paul arranged an event in front of the school to save and protect the students against the hateful brainwashing of Islamic prayers. A wonderful multi cultural cast of speakers, ranging from a Balkans ex Muslim to Pakistani Christian and Zoroastrian leaders, spoke eloquently and tried to save the students from indoctrination and radical Islamic brainwashing. Unfortunately some Muslim students reacted with great hostility and hatred against the patriots’ peaceful message of love and tolerance.