“Many recent Iranian immigrants have their heart in Iran and their feet in Canada,” says Alireeza Ahmadian – Iranian-Canadian specialist in international relations, researching Metro Vancouver’s housing market for local and foreign developers, primarily Iranians.
The Iranian Congress in Canada is gaining momentum calling upon all Canadians to “Stand against Trump’s Muslim ban!” The Iranian Canadian Congress is a non-profit, non-partisan and non-religious organization, established in 2007, to represent the interests of Iranian-Canadians.
The term “Iranian Canadian” is misleading and deceptive, of course, as nationalism is forbidden in Islam. Iranian American Canadian World Citizen Captain Simon Pirooz published, “The Iranian in me is happy for Ali Ehsassi and Majid Jowhari and I hope more Iranians in Canada and around the world can have their (political) success.”
But how can one be a Canadian and a World Citizen? Or an American and a World Citizen? “Iranian,” “Canadian,” and “American” are very weak adjectives to the Muslim “World Citizen” who believes nationalism is forbidden in Islam!
The anti-Trump Iranian Congress in Canada label themselves “As Canadians who believe in values of multiculturalism and diversity” and urge “we have to strongly stand against this discriminatory policy by the U.S. government.”
The multiculturalism they speak of, of course, is Trotsky’s Marxist Multiculturalism striving to de-stabilize and de-nationalize. These puppet-mastered Muslims impose themselves as unwitting proxies to advance de-nationalizing globalism.
The criminal UN has no more real influence over Iranian Canadians than it does Iran. Indeed, in the UN the foxes are guarding the chicken coop. There are 34 Muslim nations in the UN with “Islamic” overtly in their names. These want “global security” for Islam and Sharia Law.
UN representatives of some Muslim states demand, and often receive, special treatment at the United Nations mostly via the Commission on Human Rights (UNCHR). (Refer to Soros funding of Human Rights) As a result, non-diplomatic terms such as “blasphemy” and defamation of Islam” are imposed into the United Nations criminal system, leading to a situation in which non-Muslim governments accept certain rules of conduct, including onto Canada, in conformity with Islamic law (the Shari`a) and acquiesce to a self-imposed silence regarding topics touching on Islam. But it won’t be long till the UN, if it still exists, recognizes Canada as a Muslim government.
On October 27, 2016, Canada voted against Resolution L.41 in the First Committee of the UN General Assembly. The Resolution called for a “legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons.” The results were that Canada, with its growing Iranian population, is legally allowed to keep its nuclear weapons (as if the Sovereignty-stealing UN has such authority). Iran also kept their nuclear weapons.
Americans may never know the full extent of the backroom influences the Iranian-Canadian politicians exerted for this decision. Iranian-Canadian politicians include Reza Moridi, Iranian-born Canadian politician, Ali Ehsassi, Federal Liberal MP for Willowdale, Majid Jowhari, Federal Liberal MP for Richmond Hill, and Amir Khadir, Québec solidaire MNA for Mercier.
These Iranian Canadian politicians show no resistance to the recent Canadian cabinet shuffle, where a Somali Muslim was installed as Canada’s Immigration Minister.
As with Iranian Canada, the UN provided Iran no “legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons,” when Iran conducted its first ballistic missile test under Donald Trump’s presidency, in yet another apparent violation of a United Nations resolution, U.S. officials told Fox News.
The UN-ignoring launch occurred at a well-known test site outside Semnan, about 140 miles east of Tehran, Fox News was first to learn. The Khorramshahr medium-range ballistic missile flew 600 miles before exploding, in a failed test of a reentry vehicle, officials said. Iran defense minister Brigadier Gen. Hossein Dehqan said in September 2016 that Iran would start production of the missile.
“These three missiles include Qadir, Sejjil [solid-fuel long-range models] as well as high-precision Khorramshahr,” Dehqan explained
A White House official said the Iranian ballistic missile test was carried out, in defiance of the Trump presidency, from a site near Semnan, east of Tehran, according to the Reuters news agency.The medium-range ballistic missile reportedly exploded after 1,010km, the official said, adding that the last time this type of test was test launched was in July 2016.
The reported test drew wide condemnation as many feared it a violation of a UN resolution adopted in 2015 prohibiting ballistic missile tests designed to deliver a nuclear warhead. The resolution was part of the nuclear deal between Iran and the US, UK, France, China, Russia and Germany.
US Senator Bob Corker, chairman of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said he would work with politicians and President Donald Trump’s administration to hold Iran accountable. Indeed, Senator Corker needs to keep close watch also on Iranian Canadians, who “have their feet in Iran,” according to Alireeza Ahmadian.
Meanwhile, the European Union called on Tehran to “refrain from activities which deepen mistrust.” Israel also condemned the Iranian nuclear missile test.
Meanwhile, the Iranian Congress in Canada urges all Canadians to “Email your local Member of Parliament and request that she/he condemns Trump’s discriminatory Muslim ban publicly and to ensure that the Canadian government continues to protect its citizens against any discrimination by the United States government at the Canada-U.S. border.”
Citizens? It is unvetted Iranians given Canadian “citizen” and “permanent residency” status, which the Iranian Canadian Congress and Canada’s Somali Muslim Immigration Minister, want to enter the U.S. Permanent residents are not citizens.
The Trump-defying ICC emphasizes: “President Donald Trump signed an executive order on January 27th, 2017 that seeks to prevent entry of individuals with nationalities from certain Muslim-majority countries, including Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, and Yemen, from entering the United States
“While the Canadian government has clarified with its U.S. counterparts that Canadian citizens will not be affected by this executive order, millions of people around the world are impacted by the discriminatory policy, including people from the targeted nationalities who live in Canada on student/work visas. As Canadians who believe in values of multiculturalism and diversity we have to strongly stand against this discriminatory policy by the U.S. government.”
Who are these U.S. counterparts to the Canadian government? Why, Muslims in Homeland Security, of course! Who believe Muslims should not provide documentation on another Muslim.
The Iranian Canadian Congress reiterates, “Canadian Members of Parliament from all political parties should stand against this discriminatory policy. Use our simple tool to send an email to your local Member of Parliament and request her/him to condemn Trump’s discriminatory Muslim ban publicly and to ensure that the Canadian government continues to protect its citizens and permanent residents against any discrimination by the United States government at the border.”
See where it now says “permanent residents.” But almost always only Canadian citizens are mentioned. Keep in mind American-born Muslims have been terrorizing America, as in Florida.
And here’s where the full Iranian arrogance comes in: “The Government of Canada must take all measures to ensure that Canadian citizens and permanent residents regardless of their backgrounds will not be discriminated against at the U.S. border.”
Simultaneously, ICC-pressured Canada strengthens ties not with President Trump, but with Iran, as Islamic incrementalism advances in Canada.
In “Iranian-Canadians, Liberal MP call on Ottawa to re-establish relations with Iran,” Peter Zimonjic of CBC News revealed: “One of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal MPs has joined forces with the Iranian Canadian Congress in pushing the government to re-establish diplomatic relations with Iran and reopen embassies in both countries. A petition of more than 5,600 names was sponsored by Richmond Hill, Ont., Iranian Canadian MP Majid Jowhari, who says it will serve “as an asset in furthering the government’s agenda.”
The Iranian Canadian politician appears to speak for the Canadian government when he says, “Our government’s position is that Canada severing ties with Iran had no positive consequences for anyone, not for Canadians, not for the people of Iran, not for our Canadian allies, and not for global security,” Jowhari told reporters during a news conference on Canada’s Parliament Hill.
“Global security” means socially-engineered, de-stabilizing and de-nationalizing, insecurity for Americans. The New World Disorder remains pandemic.
Canada’s entrenched devotion to the Queen of England fades, as Iranian Canadian politicians enjoy a strong affinity with London’s Muslim mayor. For Academy Awards night on 26 February, Trafalgar Square will be transformed into London’s “biggest open-air cinema” for the first UK showing of Asghar Farhadi’s drama, The Salesman. The Iranian director was affected by Donald Trump’s travel ban and this screening defiantly snubs the US travel ban. Sadiq Khan, the London Muslim mayor, is organising the screening. Khan and Farhadi are heroes to Iranian Canadians!
Meanwhile in Canada – while the London muslim mayor promotes the Iranian film screening to celebrate openness and diversity, while defying Brexit and England’s will of the people – actual and pre-fab mosques are built around the clock for political Islam envisioning Sharia Law. The 5,6000 names on the ICC petition are highly misleading.
Indeed, the number of immigrants from Iran increased 168% from 71,990 in 2001 to 120,685 in 2011. In 2011, 58% of Iranian immigrants resided in Ontario. The Greater Toronto Area became home to 59,750 Iranians. From 2006 to 2015, 89,718 new permanent residents from Iran landed in Canada. These are statistics released to the public. But with Canada’s recently instated Muslim immigration minister, stats need not be kept, as Muslims don’t believe in documenting other Muslims and that the US should accept them from the Canadian border, “regardless of their backgrounds.”
For North Americans and President Trump, Iran is a country often ranked as the world’s greatest threat. Americans, in particular, often judge Iran their most formidable enemy in polls. With Canada’s strengthened ties to Iran, the Iranian Canadians, who have “their heart in Iran and their feet in Canada,” are complicit with America’s most formidable enemy.Tags: United Nations