Tucker Carlson and British columnist Katie Hopkins:
Mar. 25, 2017 – 4:33 – Controversial DailyMail.com columnist Katie Hopkins: U.K. is a ‘nation of ghettos.’ People think it’s a good idea to be multicultural, many in U.K. want people who will stand up for patriotic Brits.
The Canadian Liberal MP Iqra Khalid, who introduced the motion in Canada, proclaimed that the introduction of a de facto Islamic blasphemy law in Canada was needed because “We need to continue to build those bridges among Canadians, and this is just one way that we can do this.” Hours before she said that, one of Khalid’s co-religionists was using a bridge built more than a hundred and fifty years earlier for a very different purpose. Khalid Masood of Birmingham chose to use an older bridge to drive at high speed into crowds of Londoners and tourists. On his rampage, he killed 5 people and managed to injure people from 11 countries.
In 2016, Prime Minister David Cameron was widely criticized in the UK when he claimed that London mayor Sadiq Khan had ties to the terror group ISIS. An investigation by Disobedient Media has determined that Khan has ties not just to organizations associated with ISIS, but also groups such as Hamas, Al-Nusra, Al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood.
According to a report by Vice News, the Trudeau Liberals are pushing for an expansion of police surveillance tactics and investigative powers in a new “Warrantless Access” program. This is despite the fact that a previous warrantless access program was deemed unconstitutional by Canada’s Supreme Court.
Do Islamic extremists pose a real threat to free speech? Danish journalist Flemming Rose published 3 cartoons of Mohammed to find out. Watch the full interview.
M-103 was extremely unpopular, and the Trudeau government betrayed Canadians by forcing it through over our objections. M-103 became a highly publicized issue – mostly because of protests against it, forcing the elitist media to put at least some attention towards it. Advocacy against M-103 spread quickly online, with Canadians especially disturbed by the government using the term “Islamophobia” as an excuse to suppress dissent.
Social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter are already moving energetically against speech that violate Sharia blasphemy laws. The establishment media in the West is cowed and compromised, eager to appease and not interested in defending the freedom of speech. Their efforts at the UN will meet with little, if any, pushback.
In this brand new edition of The Mark Steyn Show, Mark talks to Canadian Conservative Party leadership candidate Maxime Bernier. M Bernier was the country’s Foreign Minister under Stephen Harper until his rising star somewhat spectacularly self-detonated. But, after biding his time, he returned as a hero of the libertarian right – Mad Max, “the Albertan from Quebec”, as he became known. Steyn and Bernier talk about what it means to be a conservative francophone in rural Quebec, the role of a medium-rank power in a turbulent world, and Canadian-US relations.