Here <[link removed]> is the London Free Press reporting of the all-candidates debate for London North Centre held at the London Muslim Mosque located in the riding.
At first the Free Press reported the debate and then stated that I had not attended.
When my campaign team contacted the Free Press and informed their reporting is incorrect, that I did not attend because I was not invited, this second story was published on-line yesterday, Tuesday, and then in the print edition today, Wednesday, October 9.
You judge for yourself what is at issue.
The animus towards me of the Islamist mosque, infested with Muslim Brotherhood activists, supporters and apologists, is not surprising to anyone who knows the state of affairs in our city of London, in our province of Ontario, and in our country.
The appeasement of Islamists by our political elite, media elite and the academia has gone far, and will go further if the trend is not halted and reversed.
We as a country is headed into becoming in our own way a version of Belgium with Islamists dictating what is their Shariah-based requirements, and then we Canadians tilting over ourselves to accommodate those requirements.
What the refusal to include me in the debate in the Mosque, and then damning with unbridled hostility the entire PPC for Islamophobia, is indicative of the confidence the Islamists already have acquired that they are above the law -- in this case the Income Tax Act, the CRA rules on charity status, and the rules of Elections Canada -- in deciding who they shut out in an all-candidates debate in our federal election, given our democratic tradition, when the Mosque is bound by the rules that govern all institutions given a charity status for non-taxation of their revenue/income and must comply with those rules to maintain that special status.
In other words, the animus of the Mosque people towards me as an individual, or an "apostate" or a "heretic" in terms of their Sharia law, is not an issue. The issue is that the Mosque openly and deliberately flaunted the rules governing all institutions, including our schools, colleges and universities, when it comes to observing them in the context of public events during a federal election.
People's Party Candidate, London North Centre
Peoples Party of Canada London North Centre EDA
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