Ujjal Dosanjh, a former Liberal cabinet minister and onetime B.C. premier, says Sikh extremism is on the rise in some parts of the country, and blamed, in part, “politically correct” Canadians who let it happen in the name of diversity.
Mr. Dosanjh, who was savagely beaten in Vancouver in 1985 after speaking out against religious violence, said Canadian multiculturalism has allowed extremism to take root in Sikh and other ethnic communities.
The same pro-multiculti liberals who insist that Sikhs be allowed to carry 6″ “ceremonial” knives are the same ones who want to ban handguns.
And I won’t be holding my breath waiting for Bernie Farber and Friends to denounce Dosanjh’s “racist” critique of multiculturalism and ethnic extremism — even though his ideas are identical to those I’ve posted at this blog for years.