Saturday, March 28, 2009

An Open Letter to the Honorable Jason Kenney, the Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism for Canada

325 East Block House of Commons
Ottawa, ON
K1A 0A6

Dear Mr. Kenney:

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and your government for adverting a national security disaster. By preventing Scottish politician George Galloway’s entrance into our country you surely have saved countless lives. The citizens of Canada are blessed to have your wisdom as an integral part of the government.

As you know, Galloway, whose speaking tour "Resisting War from Gaza to Kandahar" was to bring him to Canada, clearly violates domestic law through his active support of groups you deem as terrorist organizations. That, and his outspoken stand against the state of Israel’s expansionist policies makes him unworthy to step foot in our peace loving country. The fact that he has never fired a shot at one of our allies and his assistance to groups like Hamas is purely humanitarian is hardly the point. What is right is right and the citizens of this country know that you love to be right.

May I now mention what is wrong? What is wrong is that the groups who tried to bring Galloway to Canada are getting away with murder. They must answer for attempting to bring this terrorist to our sacred land. I’m sure the RCMP and CSIS have extensive records for you to exploit on The Council of Canadians, Canadian Civil Liberties Union, Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights, along with the anti-war coalitions, labour unions and community groups who conspired to bring him here. Can you see about deporting them?

At this stage in the game, when terrorists surely can make a winning move anytime and topple our peace loving democracy, I am thankful to have you in charge of my children’s well being. The opposition Liberals are as spineless as cluster bomb casualties and will not stand up to these commie pinko bastards. Plus, you have the added satisfaction knowing that you will have appeased the Zionist lobby that your party so actively courts. What would they have said about allowing an outspoken champion of Palestinian rights into the land of the free? Better not take the chance.

In conclusion, I would like to reiterate my thanks to you for sticking up for democracy. I am glad to have you on freedom’s side. By the way, did you have a chance to shake George W. Bush’s hand when he was in our country a few weeks ago? I am sure he would be very proud of your principled stand.
Adam Durose


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