The Ontario NDP’s mask of moderation has slipped, revealing the extreme fringe views that are the core of that party.
Kaminker opposes Remembrance Day:
“I just wear my peace button on my jacket as always and wait for the collective brainwashing to blow over. When our masters give the signal, everyone can take off the fake poppy — made with prison labour — and create a bit more landfill. And another annual ritual of war glorification comes to a close.”
She questioned whether Veterans are Heroes:
“refers to veterans as “heroes” in quotation marks and asks is “every ‘hero’ honoured, every flag waved, every resounding exhortation about the troops ‘protecting our way of life,’ is a conscious act, and a political one.”
She said she supported a “War on Christmas.”
And she’s a Marxist:
She wrote about “Marxism 2011 program notes” from a conference she described as a “weekend of inspiration, education, and revolution.”
Additionally, Kaminker is originally from the United States, so she came to Canada from another country and then attacked our honouring of our Heroes and how we Remember them.
Total hypocrisy from Andrea Horwath
Andrea Horwath had previously called on the PCs to get rid of candidate Tanya Granic Allen for controversial comments.
Yet, Horwath is all of a sudden casting herself as a defender of free speech, and is supporting Kaminker’s bid to be elected as an NDP MPP.
VIA: Spencer Fernando