Do Canadians really want to celebrate every April forever as Sikh Heritage Month? – My Comments


[Before the modern, post-WW2 Jews laid the foundations for a nightmare for future White Canadians, there was another set of problems that was created. The Sikhs! They arrived in Canada about a century or so ago … and they've been a problem. But the Jew controlled bag of crap, Trudeau and his bum chums have been creating the true nightmare. However, the Sikh problem is the prior racial problem, and like all racial problems, they never go away. Your children, and your great grandchildren will curse you. All of the Western World is becoming … South Africa and Rhodesia. All of you are heading down a path to experiencing first hand what we Whites went through in Africa. And, the bad news is that it NEVER GETS BETTER. Jan]

Attention Fellow Canadian :

Immigration Watch Canada sends you our latest bulletin : "Do Canadians really want to celebrate every April forever as "Sikh Heritage Month"? (The photo below is a simulation.)

Dan Murray,
Immigration Watch Canada



Most Canadians are completely unaware that Canada’s Parliament passed a motion two years ago to make every April "Sikh Heritage Month" . The one big question many Canadians probably ask is this : "What have the Sikhs done to deserve a whole month being set aside for them? Disgracefully, no MP’s abstained or voted against the motion.
Ironically, the behaviour of some of the earliest Sikhs to arrive in Canada (aboard a Japanese-named ship called the Panama Maru in 1913) was a foreshadowing and a warning of future large-scale Sikh abuse of Canada’s immigration laws.
The Panama Maru incident demonstrated Sikh willingness to use fraudulent documents. It also showed their attitude : They believed that they had a right to enter Canada and that Canada had no right to oppose their entry. Undoubtedly, there are many honest and humble Sikhs, but many others seem to think they have a right to enter Canada and that Canada has no right to refuse them entry. The Panama Maru incident in 1913 also helps to explain much of what happened in the much larger Komagata Maru incident in 1914.
Today, Sikhs repeatedly use the Komagata Maru event to proclaim that they were victims of discrimination. Worse yet, many Sikhs continue to believe that Canada has to atone to them in perpetuity by removing all barriers to Sikh immigration. In their complaining , they omit many facts including the uncomfortable fact that they assassinated a Canadian immigration agent who had opposed them in 1914. They also omit the extremely important fact that Gurdit Singh (the leader of the Komagata Maru expedition) boasted that if he succeeded in landing the 300+ Komagata Maru passengers in Vancouver, he would bring 25,000 more Sikhs soon after. This boast probably alarmed Canadians in 1914 because if it were to come true, it would have greatly changed Vancouver’s entire cultural make-up. To show some context, consider this : Around 1914, the City of Vancouver had a population of about 60,000.

For details of the entire KM incident, , see
Here are some details of The Panama Maru incident of 1913 : The ship called the Panama Maru carried 56 East Indians to Canada. Most of the passengers on that ship had not lived in Canada previously, but falsely claimed that they had. They produced fake money order receipts, time cards, etc. in order to trick Immigration authorities into thinking that the Sikhs had been in Canada before. Canadian Immigration authorities allowed 17 to land (those physically recognized to have been here before), but they detained 39 of the 56. A Board of Inquiry looked into the case and ordered that the 39 (who had not been in Canada before) be deported. However, litigious East Indians in Canada determined to make the Panama Maru case a test case which, if won, would open Canada’s border to a flood of Sikhs and other East Indians. The lawyer for the East Indians, J.Edward Bird, appeared before Justice Dennis Murphy, the author of a Royal Commission which had investigated Chinese Immigration Fraud. He ruled against the East Indians. Undaunted, Bird then went to Chief Justice Gordon Hunter, who was notorious for appearing drunk in court and who was a clear embarrassment to the government. Hunter allowed the 39 to stay. Worse still, 4 of the 39 who had been ordered deported for medical reasons, escaped from detention and could not be found. After this humiliating incident, Canadian immigration authorities undoubtedly resolved not to let the Sikhs humiliate them again, particularly those who arrived on the Komagata Maru a few months later.
Although many years of Sikh immigration peace followed, the Singh Decision of 1985 ended that peace. It signaled the beginning of run-away, Sikh-caused refugee and immigration chaos in Canada. Between 1977 and 1981, six citizens of India (all Sikhs with the surname Singh) plus a Guyanese citizen of Indian heritage, made separate refugee claims in Canada. This should have been seen as another warning. In making their claims, the Sikhs continued a Sikh pattern of using litigation to break down any barriers to Sikh entry to Canada. Initially, all seven were denied entry, but they used a loophole in Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms (particularly the definition of the word “everyone” to include non-Canadians such as them). All were allowed to remain in Canada. As a result, Canada’s refugee system was transformed into a quasi-judicial body which soon became mired in tens of thousands of claims (most of them illegitimate).

Another major Sikh incident in 1985 should have caused Canada’s Parliament to think twice before even thinking of approving the "Sikh Heritage Month" motion. That incident was the Sikh bombing of Air India Flight 182. That incident resulted in the murder of 329 people. This was the largest mass murder in Canadian history. That incident is also the only thing that many Canadians think of when they hear the word "Sikh". Almost all of the Sikhs involved in that mass murder have never been punished.

The damage the Sikhs have done to Canada does not stop there. The cost of refugee claims that resulted from the "Singh Decision" increased dramatically. That, along with other very negative Sikh events should have caused many MP’s to abstain in the voting for "Sikh Heritage Month" or to vote against proclaiming April "Sikh Heritage Month". But disgracefully, it did not.

For details about Sikh heritage to Canada, watch this film about the Sikh bombing of Air India Flight 182 and the murder of 329 people :

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