Sunday, May 05, 2013


A couple of days ago I came across a rather depressing Mark Steyn item on NRO, 'Excluded by the inclusion cops'. It tells the story of a certain 'Inspector' Nicky Veerappan, of Toronto's York Regional Police 'Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Bureau', who basically told the rabbi of a Toronto synagogue to shun scheduled speaker Pamela Geller, a very vocal anti-jihad and anti-honour killing activist, "or else".

At first assuming said 'Inspector' Veerappan to be one of those multiculti-brainwashed self-loathing white twats, possibly because of his name, which sounded Finnish to me, today however I found out Nicky Veerappan is in fact... a muslim.

FIRE THIS SCOUNDREL: 'Inspector' Nicky Veerappan of the Toronto Religious Police. Walking dogshit I'd suggest Canada dispatches to Iran, where the mores are more in line with this fuckface's 'values'.

Mark Steyn:

"... Pamela Geller, tireless campaigner against Islamic imperialism (and a lady I had the honor of being introduced by at CPAC a few years back), was scheduled to give a speech at a Toronto synagogue on May 13th. Miss Geller is not a convicted terrorist or terrorism-supporter or someone who argues for the execution of all homosexuals. If she were, she could speak at any Canadian venue with impunity. Instead, here’s what happened next:

TORONTO - York Regional Police threatened to remove a rabbi as one of the force’s chaplains if he hosted a controversial anti-Islamist speaker at his Thornhill synagogue.

Insp. Ricky Veerappan, of the force’s diversity, equity and inclusion bureau, confirmed he and officers from the service’s hate crimes unit met with Rabbi Mendel Kaplan of the Chabad Flamingo Synagogue on Tuesday.

They expressed concern about an upcoming talk to be given by Pamela Geller, a vocal critic of radical Islam. She protested past plans to build a mosque near Ground Zero in New York City, and has posted anti-Jihad messages in that city’s subway system.

When the York Regional Police Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Bureau show up thwacking their truncheons against their palms and saying, “Nice little multifaith advisory committee gig you got going, Rabbi. Shame if anything were to happen to it”, a prudent man gets the message:

Subsequent to his meeting with police, Kaplan cancelled Geller’s May 13 talk.

So that worked. Those who didn’t get the memo about Inspector Ricky Veerappan’s self-enthronement as Greater Toronto Area Speech Commissar are scrambling to find Pamela Geller an alternative venue. If you don’t want the coppers determining whose opinions you’re permitted to be exposed to, give ‘em your support...."

Also, check out this video:

Fellow bloggers are invited to spread this story wide and far. That scumbag Veerappan must feel the heat. MFBB.

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