JINNAH PARK: While Leftist Elites Pull Down John A. Macdonald, Politicians Name Winnipeg Park For The Founder Of Pakistan

How the hell did we get to the point where statues of our first Prime Minister are being pulled down while parks are dedicated to the founder of a foreign country with values completely opposed to Canada?

Amid the controversy over Victoria removing a statue of Canada’s first Prime Minister John A. Macdonald, there’s new scrutiny about something that received little attention at the time.

In May, 2018 politicians dedicated a park in Winnipeg to Muhammad Ali Jinnah – the founder of Pakistan.

So, this is where we are in 2018: The founder of Canada gets demonized by the elites and his statute is removed, while the politicians dedicate a park to the founder of a foreign country.

What an absolute disgrace.

Considering that statues of John A. Macdonald are being pulled down because of so-called ‘historical controversy,’ it is absolutely crazy that a park would be dedicated to Jinnah.

When the partition of India and Pakistan took place, millions of people died. Jinnah is also widely disliked in India, and is seen by many as someone who tore the country apart. Pakistan is also a nation that has been run with values totally opposed to Canada. There’s no religious freedom, no individual freedom, and ruthless Sharia law is imposed. In fact, that’s why many people have fled Pakistan for countries like Canada in the first place.

So, to dedicate a Canadian park to Jinnah while pulling down statues of one of Canada’s Founding Fathers is appalling, and demonstrates the totally bankrupt values of Canada’s political elites.

Spencer Fernando

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