Saudi Arabia Plotting Propaganda Festival On Parliament Hill Lawn

In an effort to distract from their horrendous human rights record and use of Canadian-made armoured vehicles in a brutal crackdown against their own citizens, Saudi Arabia is planning a propaganda event on Parliament Hill.

It’s called Saudi Cultural Days. It will take place from September 26-28.

According to the Hill Times, the propaganda event will feature Saudi children talking about the country with Ottawa students, and a song about the so-called “peace and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s role in combating terrorism.”

Additionally, there will be fashion, art, and dance performances.

Total propaganda

This is obviously an attempt to distract from the truth. Saudi Arabia terrorizes their own people, oppressing women and religious minorities, executing lgbt people, and enforcing a brutal Wahhabist Islamist worldview.

Saudi Arabia also exports Wahhabism around the world, which has been a key driver of Islamist terror attacks and radicalization.

As if that wasn’t enough, Saudi Arabia is now accused of war crimes in Yemen.

The idea that Saudi Arabia plays a constructive role is a total joke, and it’s a disgrace that our country is allowing their propaganda campaign on our Parliament Hill.

Cut all ties with Saudi Arabia

The Canadian government must cut all ties with Saudi Arabia. Weapons sales must be banned, and this propaganda campaign should not be allowed.

Until Saudi Arabia respects the rights of their own citizens, and stops exporting Wahhabism, Canada should have nothing to do with that reprehensible regime.

Spencer Fernando


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alan skelhorne

but you can,t tell trudeau about wahhabism, he loves you honestly think that mr. socks will listen to canadians.

jack grandville

I can guarantee that I will not waste my time or energy attempting to attend such a farce. If others wish to do so, that is their prerogative, but I personally fail to see what could possibly attract an audience. To each their own. It may be interesting to see and photograph any of our ‘illustrious’ politicians who attend.


Will women be allowed on the Hill for this? Dress restrictions? How about the gay community? How about Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, Sinkhs & Sunnis? But what’s really important is do these dates fit into Trudeau holiday schedule, or will he sadly have to be elsewhere?

Who are the haters



Yes, Who are the Haters. The ones who are going to organize the Festival. Bluntly telling the truth.


I suspect we have many ties with Saudi Arabia; it would be an interesting study. I know that they have hundreds of students at our universities paying double tuition fees (as do all foreign students) – an important funding source for most colleges and universities. The difference with the Saudi’s as compared with other foreign students is that they are fully and generously funded by their government.