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“Don’t create a Sikh hell in Canada.”

Inderjit Singh (left) and Talwinder Singh Parmar – Two Sikhs involved in the bombing

Debris of the Air India Plane that Was bombed
1. Canadians are fed up with Ethnic Group demands such as the one the Sikhs have recently made to Vancouver City Council. On the surface, Sikhs are demanding that Vancouver City Council apologize to them because the Vancouver City Council of 1914 allegedly discriminated against them by not allowing Sikh passengers on a ship called the Komagata Maru to enter Canada.
However, the probable very concerning effect of the motion will be to further handcuff any efforts to deal with unaffordable housing, a current extremely serious problem in the City of Vancouver as well as in the rest of Canada.
2. According to extensive research done by UBC Statistics Professor David Ley, relentless immigration (including very high Sikh and other East Indian immigration) is the cause of unaffordable housing in Canada. In fact, Sikh immigration has been very high and has thus been a major contributor to causing unaffordable housing. In fact, it is so high that it is no exaggeration to say that the Sikhs are on a mission to colonize parts of Canada. As many Canadians know, aggressive, treasonous Sikhs have repeatedly used the Komagata Maru incident to guilt Canadians and achieve their goal of colonization. Trudeau has disgracefully cheered them on. He is clearly guilty of gross, shameless treason. Unbelievably, Trudeau and a host of other politicians and Trudeau’s “bought-off” media seem to have never heard of Professor Ley’s research. In fact, many politicians at all three levels of government continue to say that Canada has to identify the cause of unaffordable housing! How can they be so unaware?
3. Undoubtedly, there are some British Columbia Sikhs who oppose those Sikhs who are currently demanding an apology from Vancouver City Council. Undoubtedly also, there are some Sikhs who are aware that the City of Vancouver and Canada had solid reasons for refusing to allow the passengers on the Komagata Maru to enter Canada in 1914. Let’s briefly review some of the reasons the Sikhs give for claiming they were victims of discrimination. For instance, Sikhs had been a violent separatist thorn in India’s side for many years prior to 1914. Before the Komagata Maru arrived in Vancouver, UK agents in Canada would probably have alerted Canadian authorities about violent Sikh political activity in India. The obvious question is this: Why would Canada want to import members of a group that was culturally addicted to using extreme violence to settle disputes. Ironically, government suspicions about Sikh violence became a reality in 1985, when Sikhs loaded a bomb on an Air India plane in Vancouver and murdered 329 people in retaliation against India which had put down a Sikh rebellion in India . That incident was the largest mass murder in Canadian history and will probably remain the largest mass murder until another group of so-called “peace-loving” immigrants commits a similar crime. That may be coming sooner than most Canadians think. For example, the Muslim Brotherhood (whom only an incompetent like Trudeau could love) has promised to destroy Canada!!). What has Trudeau done about that group and its threats against Canada? The answer is “Absolutely Nothing”.  A few of the Sikh perpetrators of the Air India bombing have been jailed, but most of them have completely evaded punishment. Relatives of the 329 murdered in the Sikh bomb explosion have demanded justice, but Trudeau has been too busy catering to Sikhs to listen to the survivors. In fact, Jagmeet Singh, the current NDP leader, was probably connected in some way with the Sikh bombing group. What is the proof? Up to today, India will not give Jagmeet Singh a visa to visit India because Indian authorities seem to suspect that Jagmeet Singh was connected with the bombers.
Considering all of this, many Canadians would ask why Canada would want any Sikhs. Furthermore, the leader of the Komagata Maru expedition (Gurdit Singh) threatened that if he succeeded in getting the 300+ Sikhs and others into Canada in 1914, he would bring another 25,000 immigrants to Canada!! The Sikhs also argued that the Sikh passengers were British and since Canada was a former British colony, therefore the Komagata Maru Sikhs should have been allowed into Canada. However, that is nonsense. The point is that in 1914, Canada was a sovereign country. It had the right to determine whomever it wanted to allow into Canada. The problem was that in 1914, China and Japan were sending large numbers of illegal workers to Canada. This caused bad feeling towards Asian workers. Unions Pressured Ottawa to protect Canadian workers. Like immigration advocates who today cheer the overwhelming of Canada by Asian immigration, Gurdit Singh would have profited substantially from getting a large group of East Indians into Canada. To prevent this, Ottawa would have ordered immigration authorities to protect the future of Canada, not surrender to the greed of an immigration advocate. To put the matter bluntly, (Gurdit Singh) seemed to think that Canada had no right to defend itself. Worse still, Singh seemed to think that he and his passengers had a right to enter Canada. Many Canadians will note again that Gurdit Singh sounds much like treasonous Trudeau who has repeatedly allowed illegals to enter Canada at Roxham Road.
4. In 1914, when the Komagata Maru arrived in Vancouver, Vancouver and the rest of Canada were on a relatively monocultural path to establishing one of the most successful countries on the planet. The point is that foolish and unnecessary high immigration policy of the past 40+ years will probably result in Canada losing many of its achievements and becoming like the failed countries (India and China especially) from which it now takes immigrants. Remember this fact : Neither Trudeau nor any other politicians have had the courage to consult Canadians to see if Canadians wanted mass immigration. In fact, politicians like Trudeau, Jagmeet Singh and others of their ilk have unwittingly encouraged many Canadians to conclude that capital punishment such as hanging should be re-instated in Canada. Moreover, many Canadians have concluded that the first recipients of capital punishment should be Trudeau, Singh and a large number of other quisling trash. All of them are shameless traitors to Canada and should have long ago faced charges of treason.
5. As far as the Sikhs and Vancouver City Council are concerned, it should be clear now that if Vancouver City Council had wanted to champion a cause, it would have made much more sense for it to champion the cause of the relatives of the Air India victims than the cause of the Sikhs manipulators who have led the petition for an apology. Let’s be frank : Like the collection of MP’s currently in Canada’s Parliament and in many provincial legislatures, Vancouver’s City Council is a collection of boot-lickers looking for another boot to lick. They are weak cowards and will betray Canada.
The wisest thing that Vancouver City Council could do now would be to tell all the Sikh apology-promoters to go straight to Hell. That hell could be either the Hell of Christian Scripture or it could be the environmental and political Hell called The Punjab which the Sikhs have disastrously created in India. Who in his right mind would want to create a duplicate of Punjabi Hell in Canada?
For more information, please consult the following sources:
A timeline of the Air India case, from the bombings to the death of an old suspectA Review and Short summary of SFU Professor H. Johnston’s book “The Voyage of the Komagata Maru”, Apr 2014In 2021, Vancouver’s Mayor and City Council Apologized for the Komagata Maru Incident


Do Canadians really want every April to be “Sikh Heritage Month”?

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Do Canadians really want every April to be “Sikh Heritage Month”?

by Dan Murray, Immigration Watch Canada – April 3, 2022


Most Canadians are completely unaware that Canada’s Parliament passed a motion two years ago to make every April “Sikh Heritage Month”. The one big questions many Canadians probably ask  is this: “What have the Sikhs done to deserve a whole month being set aside for them.

Disgracefully, no MP’s abstained or voted against the motion.   Ironically,  the behaviour of some of the earliest Sikhs to arrive in Canada (aboard a Japanese-named ship called the Panama Maru in 1913) was a foreshadowing and a warning of  massive Sikh abuse of Canada’s immigration laws. It demonstrated Sikh willingness to use fraudulent documents. It also showed their arrogant attitude: They believed that they had a right to enter Canada and that Canada had no right to oppose their entry. There are many honest and humble Sikhs, but  many  believe the same thing today. The Panama Maru incident in 1913 also  helps to explain much of what happened in the much larger Komagata Maru incident in 1914.  

Today, Sikhs repeatedly use the Komagata Maru event to proclaim that they were victims and that Canada has to atone to them by removing all barriers to Sikh immigration.  In their whining, they omit many facts including the uncomfortable fact that they assassinated a Canadian immigration agent who had opposed them in 1914.  They also omit the extremely important fact that Gurdit Singh (the leader of the Komagata Maru expedition) boasted that if he succeeded in landing the 300+ Komagata Maru passengers in Vancouver, he would bring 25,000 more Sikhs soon after. This threat alarmed Canadians in 1914 because if it were to come true, it would have greatly changed Vancouver’s entire cultural make-up.  

To show some context, consider this: around 1914, the City of Vancouver had a population of about 60,000. For details of the entire KM incident, see https://immigrationwatchcanada.org/2008/05/22/the-voyage-of-the-komagata-maru-a-review-and-a-short-summary/   Here are some details of The Panama Maru incident of 1913:  The ship called the Panama Maru carried 56 East Indians to Canada. Most of the passengers on that ship had not lived in Canada previously, but falsely claimed that they had. They produced fake money order receipts, time cards, etc. in order to enter Canada. Immigration authorities allowed 17 to land (those physically recognized to have been here before), but they detained 39 of the 56.

A Board of Inquiry looked into the case and ordered that the 39 be deported. However, litigious East Indians in Canada determined to make the Panama Maru case a test case which, if won, would open Canada’s border to a flood of Sikhs and other East Indians. The lawyer for the East Indians,  J.Edward Bird, appeared before Justice Dennis Murphy, the author of a Royal Commission which had investigated Chinese Immigration Fraud. He ruled against the East Indians. Undaunted, Bird then went to Chief Justice Gordon Hunter, who was notorious for appearing drunk in court and who was a clear embarrassment to the government. Hunter allowed the 39 to stay. Worse still, 4 of the 39 who had been ordered deported for medical reasons, escaped from detention and could not be found. After this humiliating incident, Canadian immigration authorities undoubtedly resolved not to let the Sikhs humiliate them again, particularly those who arrived on the Komagata Maru months later.  

Although many years of Sikh immigration peace followed, the Singh Decision of 1985 changed that and signaled the beginning of run-away, Sikh-caused refugee and immigration chaos in Canada. Between 1977 and 1981, six citizens of India (all Sikhs with the surname Singh) plus a Guyanese citizen of Indian heritage, made separate refugee claims in Canada. This should have been seen as another warning. In making their claims, the Sikhs continued a Sikh pattern of using litigation to break down any barriers to Sikh entry to Canada. Initially, all seven were denied entry, but they used a loophole in Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms (particularly the definition of the word “everyone” to include non-Canadians such as them) and remained in Canada. In doing so, they turned Canada’s refugee system into a quasi-judicial body which soon became mired in tens of thousands of claims (most of them illegitimate).

http://immigrationwatchcanada.org/2005/03/23/the-1985-singh-decision-disaster-vs-the-1985-air-india-disaster/   The most serious sin the Sikhs have committed in Canada was their bombing of Air India Flight 182. This resulted in the  murder of 329 people. This was the largest mass murder in Canadian history. It is also the only thing that many Canadians think of when they hear the word “Sikh”. Almost all of the Sikhs involved have not been punished.  

The damage the Sikhs have done to Canada does not stop there.  The cost of refugee claims has been very high.That alone should have moved many MP’s to  abstain in the voting for “Sikh Heritage Month”  or to vote against proclaiming April “Sikh Heritage Month”.  But disgracefully, it did not.   For details about Sikh heritage to Canada,  watch this film about the Sikh bombing of Air India Flight 182 and the murder of 329 people: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_India_182_(film)  

Politicians are taking us down the road to Dogmeat

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​​​​​Politicians are taking us down the road to Dogmeat

Dan Murray,
Immigration Watch Canada
As Canada approaches a fall Federal Election, politicians’ misunderstanding of immigration’s role in Canada becomes more and more ominous. Traditionally, Canada’s politicians believed that immigration had to serve the needs and interests of its majority population. After all, if Canada’s politicians did not look after the needs and interests of its majority population. who would?
However, as Canadians have observed over the past 30 years, Prime Ministers such as Chretien, Martin, Harper and Trudeau have refused to end Canada’s high and unnecessary immigration intake. As a result, the interests of recently-arrived immigrants such as Muslims, Sikhs, Chinese and others have taken priority over the needs and interests of Canada’s majority population. In other words, the question that most recent PM’s have dealt with is not “Should we bootlick?”, but “Can we get down to bootlick faster than our opponents?” All those PM’s have degraded the PM’s office and the entire country with their boot-licking. With only four years in office, Justin Trudeau has out-done all of his boot-licking predecessors. And, contrary to what Trudeau thinks, boot-licking is not something to be proud of.
As for MP’s, most people who aspire to become one have abandoned the traditional idea that immigration should serve the interests of Canada and its majority population. For example, the contrast between the nationalist immigration views of the NDP’s founder (J.S. Woodsworth) and the NDP’s recently-elected leader, Jagmeet Singh and other NDP MP’s such as Jenny Kwan is one of many examples of how disgraceful politicians’ behaviour has become. 
Singh is an ethnic Sikh and Kwan is an ethnic Chinese. Their primary loyalties are to their ethnic groups, not to Canada. Their primary goal is to increase the numbers of their groups through high immigration. Kwan demonstrated that several months ago in her role as the NDP’s immigration critic when she led a charge to remove health restrictions on immigrants. Essentially, Kwan argued that if a potential immigrant is sick, Canada should not prevent that person from entering Canada. In her view, such a practice would discriminate against sick people!! That view is one that NDP founder Woodsworth and traditional NDP’ers would have vehemently opposed. Kwan went even further. She spoke in favour of a new law that establishes every April as Sikh Heritage Month. To most Canadians, the biggest “heritage’ that Sikhs have in Canada is the bombing of Air India, an incident that killed 329 Canadians. Why is this group, whose members are responsible for the largest mass murder in Canadian history, to be honoured? If anything, they should rot in Canada’s “Hall of Shame” forever.
Jagmeet Singh
Kwan may have heard Woodsworth’s name, but she definitely knows little about the traditions bequeathed by Woodsworth and the early NDP to her political party and to Canada. Woodsworth was a Canadian patriot who was very proud of Canada’s founding French and UK settlers. Woodsworth revealed his nationalist outlook about immigration in his 1909 book titled “Strangers Within Out Gates”.
 Like the current NDP leader and many NDP MP’s, Kwan has probably never even heard of Woodsworth’s book, let alone read it. In her most notorious statement as an elected politician , she defended Chinese Immigrant Entrepreneur tax evaders when she stated : “The Chinese are very private about their money.” When some legislators discussed a law to make Chinese millionaire immigrants pay their share of income taxes, Kwan objected :”This law (against Chinese tax evasion) goes against our culture.”
As for Singh, in his acceptance speech as the new NDP leader, he virtually declared that Canada’s two founding groups had no right to be in Canada. In his contempt for Canada’s majority population, Singh has obviously alienated NDP donors and probably tens of thousands of traditional NDP voters. In fact, Jagmeet and his clawing and grasping Sikh supporters, in their crude grab for power, may well turn the NDP into dog meat in the Fall election. Jagmeet himself could well become dog meat.
In his1909 book, Woodsworth foresees that immigrants are becoming a political force and that their interest in getting the franchise and in voting will make them a stronger force in future. He quotes American researcher Preston F. Hall on immigrants impact on the U.S. : “The heterogeneity of these races tends to promote passion, localism, and despotism, and to make impossible free co-operation for the public welfare”. (P.208)
Trudeau and other politician boot-lickers should take special note of Woodsworth’s support of Preston. What Preston and Woodsworth are saying is that Diversity is not the strength of immigrant-receiving countries. In fact, it is a significant societal weakness which leads to passion (violence), localism (the triumph of local tribal concerns over national ones) and despotism (an overall lack of social cohesion).
In addition, Woodsworth is saying that the lack of social cohesion can lead to the break-up of countries who currently allow extremely foolish and naive high immigration intakes. 

PM Justin Trudeau walks in Vancouver Vaisakhi parade after reference to Sikh extremism deleted

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PM Justin Trudeau walks in Vancouver Vaisakhi parade after reference to Sikh extremism deleted




[There was the Prime Minister, complete with a yellow headscarf or junior turban, with some sort of saffron scarf thrown over his shoulder, embracing a grinning fat Sikh in a fetching bright rose turban. There sheer diversity of the moment would be enough to make a citizen of the world swoon.  Well, the Clown Prince was in Vancouver April 13 at the Vaisakhi Sikh parade, playing Mr. Dressup as usual. Referring to the Sikhs, he proclaimed: “Let us also celebrate all the incredible contributions of this community.” Would he have marched in a European pride parade and hailed the even more “incredible contributions” of the European founding/settler people of this country, which build a land to which, by hook or by crook, Sikhs would flock to? I didn’t think so!

As part of the sanitizing of history and deliberate obfuscation to purge the public record of anything critical of the foreigners the replacement policies of our immigration system have brought to this country, the Liberal government in a shameful retreat from reality April 12,  agreed to Sikh demands. For all the yapping about equality, Sikhs, at less than one per cent of Canada’s population occupy 16 per cent of the federal cabinet seats. It’s White who should be demanding equality!

Trudeau’s morning speech came just hours after the federal government agreed to remove a reference to Sikh extremism from a report on terrorism. The Vancouver Sun (April 13) explains: ” The language was changed late Friday to remove any mention of religion, instead discussing the threat posed by ‘extremists who support violent means to establish an independent state within India.’ The 2018 Public Report on the Terrorism Threat to Canada drew the ire of the Sikh community when it was released in December. For the first time, the report listed Sikh extremism as one of the top five extremist threats in Canada. Although the objections were largely about the inclusion of Sikhs at all, because of the report’s lack of evidence to back it up, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said he would at least ask for a review of the language the report used.”

But the independent homeland backed by the violent extremists — remember the bombing of Air India — is to be a Sikh homeland in the Punjab, which is mostly in India, but part in Pakistan. It is not to be a Hindu or Jain or Buddhist or multicult homeland!


Goodale is a master at obscuring reality. If you can’t name the problem, how can you deal with it? Back in late 2016, as the invasion of illegals began trickling across the Manitoba and then the Quebec border, he chose to rename them as “irregular migrants” as if they’d somehow been strolling around Central Park, with their bulging suitcases, of course, and then, somehow taken a wrong turn and ended up a couple of hundred miles north at the Quebec border. By not calling these enabled invaders illegals, he can slip into bureaucratic mode and seek to regularize them through some paper shuffling.]



Paul Fromm



Trudeau’s morning speech came just hours after the federal government agreed to remove a reference to Sikh extremism from a report on terrorism

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, right, poses for a photograph with Gurmukh Singh after marching in the Vaisakhi parade, in Vancouver on Saturday. DARRYL DYCK / THE CANADIAN PRESS 


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau touted the strength and contributions of Canada’s Sikh community as he celebrated the religion’s holy day of Vaisakhi in Vancouver.

“As we celebrate Vaisakhi, let us also celebrate all the incredible contributions of this community,” he said in a speech after he walked in a parade Saturday organized by the Khalsa Diwan Society in Surrey. The society formed in 1902 and built the first Sikh Gurdwara in Canada several years later.

Trudeau joined other politicians and community members in walking amongst floats and performers. On the sidelines, people handed out free food, including snacks and full meals to passersby.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, centre, Minister of Defence Harjit Sajjan, front left, and MP Sukh Dhaliwal, centre right, march in the Vaisakhi parade in Vancouver on Saturday. DARRYL DYCK / THE CANADIAN PRESS 

Sikhs have helped to build Canada for more than 120 years, Trudeau said, adding there are now Sikh entrepreneurs, politicians, artists and true leaders in every field.

He said the values celebrated during the holy day, like equality and social justice, are values that make Canada stronger.

Before the parade, Trudeau visited one of the largest Sikh temples in the country, Vancouver’s Ross Street Gurdwara, where he delivered a speech with similar sentiments. Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan also attended the festivities.

Attendees at the morning ceremony sat on the floor, many of them in colourful turbans, as speeches by several political leaders were broadcast on two massive screens.

Trudeau’s morning speech came just hours after the federal government agreed to remove a reference to Sikh extremism from a report on terrorism.

Minister of Defence Harjit Sajjan speaks at the Khalsa Diwan Society Sikh Temple before marching in the Vaisakhi parade in Vancouver on Saturday. DARRYL DYCK / THE CANADIAN PRESS 

The language was changed late Friday to remove any mention of religion, instead discussing the threat posed by “extremists who support violent means to establish an independent state within India.”

The 2018 Public Report on the Terrorism Threat to Canada drew the ire of the Sikh community when it was released in December.

For the first time, the report listed Sikh extremism as one of the top five extremist threats in Canada.

Although the objections were largely about the inclusion of Sikhs at all, because of the report’s lack of evidence to back it up, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said he would at least ask for a review of the language the report used.

He said entire religions should never be equated with terrorism.

There are roughly half a million Canadians who identify as Sikh, most of them in the Greater Toronto Area and suburban Vancouver.