Thursday, April 02, 2009

Abousfian Abdelrazik reads Raphael Alexander

Abousfian Abdelrazik has broken his silence:

Abdelrazik further questioned whether the delay in dealing with his case has more to do with racial prejudice than a concern about terrorism.

"I understand Mr. Obhrai and the prime minister refuse to discuss my case and many other cases of Canadian Muslims in trouble now," he said.

"Do they think we are not 'real Canadians?'... The prime minister has blue eyes and white skin and the Governor General is a black lady. Is one of them more 'Canadian' than the other?"

But Raphael of Unambiguously Ambidextrous, and of late an occasional writer for the National Post, has already answered his question:

Amazing how much energies are spent on these “Canadians”. Why, “Abdellah” is as Canadian as Maple Syrup, of course. Vaira, Omar, Bashir, Abdihakim, and Abousfian are also very important Canadians. Dr.Dawg can explain why.

Raphael's got a point. To his beloved Harper regime, people with dark skins who worship the wrong God aren't real Canadians at all. And it's worth breaking the law, which guarantees all Canadians the right to enter Canada, to keep them marooned in other countries--after we gave them up to be tortured.

Yet they have the nerve to complain about it! Who the hell do those people think they are--Brenda Martin?

UPDATE: Abousfian's message to his fellow Canadians.

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