Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has irked the Jewish Lobby and the Zionist Christian leaders in two interviews (November 24, 2015 and January 31, 2016) insisting that Islam is compatible with the Western “open and secular” democracy.
I wonder if Justin Trudeau believes that Judaism, Christianity or Hinduism are compatible with the Western “open and secular” democracy. If one search this question in some objective source, he would be surprised to know that all those religions are totally incompatible with the Western democracy which in reality is nothing but an immoral Dollarocracy – politicians bought by Oligarchs and foreign lobby groups.
No, Islam doesn’t preach Western democracy ruled by corrupt and womanizers. Islam doesn’t give a parliament the authority to change Divine Laws (Shari’ah, Halakhah, etc.). Islam demands rulers to treat citizens equal to themselves – all created by the same Almighty Allah (the Creator).
Canadian academic and writer, Mohamed Elmasry, PhD, summarized it beautifully. “If Western democracy is proven to be politically and socially better for the common good than the other systems of governance, then like any other religion, Islam not only accept, but encourages, its practice and sustenance,” he said.
My response is: It is not a democracy, stupid!
Don’t be fooled by Jewish Lobby’s character assassination of Justin Trudeau. His government is 101% supporter of the Zionist entity. On February 22, 2016, Canadian MPs belonging to all four parties including prime minister Justin Trudeau voted (229:59) to condemn the so-called Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement, which in reality legitimizes Jewish occupation of 78% of the historic Palestine.
“Ironically, Canadians freely pursued this campaign against Israel under the slavishly pro-Israeli Harper government, and now are faced with the more liberal Liberal government passing a law condemning them. Supposedly the Liberals are doing this reluctantly, merely adding support to the Conservative motion. But Trudeau is actually carrying through on a rash election promise made while courting fencing-sitting Jewish voters, calling BDS “an example of the new form of anti-Semitism in the world,” says Canadian journalist and author Eric Walberg.