From The Gathering Storm Blog

What’s next? Suing geology books that say the earth is round?

Facts don’t seem to matter when they place Muslims in a bad light. So’s the case for Mark Steyn, author of America Alone, for projecting demographic facts. In hot water already with the Big Brother dhimmi government in Canada for posting facts abut Islam and Muslims on American web sites, he now he’s enraged Canadian Muslims stating warnings of high Muslim birthrates and its results in his book. It’s simple math.

If Muslims can’t prove it’s not true than sue the source to muzzle it.

The Canadian Islamic Congress filed complaints last month against Maclean’s magazine with Canada’s national human rights commission and provincial rights commissions in Ontario and British Columbia, charging that Mr. Steyn’s writings promote hatred and contempt against Canada’s estimated 750,000 Muslims.

The commission in British Columbia accepted the case and has scheduled a hearing for early June.

The Canadian Islamic Congress filed complaints last month against Maclean’s magazine with Canada’s national human rights commission and provincial rights commissions in Ontario and British Columbia, charging that Mr. Steyn’s writings promote hatred and contempt against Canada’s estimated 750,000 Muslims.

The commission in British Columbia accepted the case and has scheduled a hearing for early June.

The U.S. magazine Human Events published its own account of the Maclean’s article, highlighting this passage: “There are signs that Allah will grant Islam victory in Europe — without swords, without guns, without conquests. The 50 million Muslims of Europe will turn it into a Muslim continent within a few decades.”

The Human Events article goes on to say: “Just look at the development within Europe, where the number of Muslims is expanding like mosquitoes. Every Western woman in the EU is producing an average of 1.4 children.

Every Muslim woman in the same countries is producing 3.5 children.”

Mr. Steyn, who declined to be interviewed for this article, did not write the mosquito metaphor. The quote was from a jihadist mullah living in Norway.

So who are these pinhead dhimmis in Canada? Who are Canada’s federal and provincial human rights commissions? The same useful idiots who expunged references to Jesus in public celebrations of Christmas.

In an editorial, Canada’s National Post newspaper condemned anti-Jesus rules as an attempt to please “overly sensitive post-Christian liberals” and atheists who file human rights complaints.

For his part, Canadian Islamic Congress President Mohamed Elmasry said the complaint is not about stifling free expression but ensuring large media outlets like Maclean’s provide a voice for minorities to respond.

Oh really? Then write your own best selling book or notable fact based column about the demographic threat and not just calling Steyn a ‘racist’. Confront the facts. If that don’t work then write a letter to the editor like what conservatives have to do in Canada to get their voices heard.

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