the pundits are correct, the Sikh
Supremacy Party — otherwise known as
the New Democratic Party — will elect
Ujjal Dosanjh as its leader and premier
come Feb. 20.
Then Canada will get its first East
Indian premier, and the politically
correct Wet Coast media will coo
Bring out the curry. Peer at the
lovely papadons. Turbans all round.The
TV newscasts in B.C. can’t get away
As Gerry Weiner, the Jewish multicult
minister of the 1980s told me years ago,
“You can forget the Canada of 1945.
We’re building a new Canada.”
Very true, sir. Very true.
So what has happened? Are the Sikhs
now in the majority in this province?
Have we become a suburb of the Punjab?
Not yet. But there are enough of them
— certainly more than 110,000, most of
whom are in the Lower Mainland —to
register high on the NDP’s weighing
machines. Besides which, an organized
minority will always beat an unorganized
There are over 30 Sikh temples in the
province and when they are not beating
one another up over religious issues
like whether they should sit on the
ground or sit at tables, they are
signing up en masse as NDPers, in honor
The result is that they have
transformed what used to be a party
dominated by the horny-handed sons of
toil, and middle class white wine
socialists, into what it is now
reasonable to call the Sikh Supremacy
The whining that goes on about this
Sikh takeover in the socialist ranks is
considerable. But no one in the party or
outside it has the balls to name it for
what it is:
Racism. As I may have mentioned
But let’s exercise a bit of
caution. Only whites can be racist.The
multicults are simply practising
diversity. And diversity is good for us,
even though too many doses of diversity
can lead to death.
But I digress. What you really want
to know is what Guru Dosanjh stands for.
He’s not really saying, apart from
some muttering about a New Look for the
discredited NDP. Which in fact looks a
lot like the Old Look. You know:
benefits for same-sex partners, higher
welfare rates, anti-landlord
legislation, more pro-union laws, and
similar socialist pleasures.
But there are two things that neither
Dosanjh nor the media have mentioned.
One is that he will work his butt off
arranging more privileges for his loyal
minorities. And Sikhs won’t be at the
bottom of the list. Things like that
are, after all, one of the main purposes
of B.C.’s human rights legislation.
The second is that he will make
B.C.’s already sinister human rights
laws even more restrictive of free
is, we have media in this province who,
like Trappist monks, never criticize
The result is that the man in the
street knows little or nothing about
what Dosanjh is up to.
Consider the human rights stuff,
actual and proposed:
Our Sikh Guru has been an
enthusiastic supporter and administrator
of outrageous human rights legislation
that makes it possible for the Thought
Police to jump on anyone whose opinions
don’t suit special interest groups
like B’Nai Brith, the Canadian Jewish
Congress, and the ludicrously named
Canadian Education and Research
Association (CAERS). CAERS specializes
in preventing the politically incorrect
from speaking in public places. If
hotels and public libraries can’t be
bullied into keeping them out,
“demonstrations” that some would
call riots will take place.
It has been the recipient of hundreds
of thousands of dollars from Dosanjh’s
ministry and I’d be surprised if the
others haven’t also received alms from
the public till. But, once again, our
media watchdogs walk by on the other
side of the street.
Even worse is the lack of attention
paid to Dosanjh’s plans for attacking
what is left of freedom of speech in
this province. He wants to make the mere
possession of “hate propaganda” a
criminal offence, and yearns for the
National Thought Police to have the
authority to seize computer hard drives.
What is hate
He whose granddaddy was reportedly a
commie will decide that.
Finally, he and his Lesbian-led Human
Rights Commission state in their
recently written Rights Bible that
“the defence of religious belief ”
should be modified in case a bit of hate
propaganda is slipped in that way “in
the guise of religion.” So be on
guard, you slippery Christians.
Meanwhile, what the Sikhs might be
saying under the guise of religion we
would never know.
And here’s an Indian lily for you:
The Commission, which means Dosanjh,
wants the libel laws reviewed because
“hate-promoting groups may be using
libel actions against equality-seeking
Translation: immigration boosters,
ethnic associations, and the Army of the
Politically Correct, led by General
Dosanjh should be free to say what they
please, while we of the common rabble
should walk around with gags in our
In the West, the Brave New World is