For context yesterday I covered the bigoted truck brigade that wants to destroy science and also Pfizer’s Q4 projected earnings. Well apparently Jagmeet Singh’s brother-in-law is a big fan.


NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh today condemned a convoy of truckers and others travelling to Ottawa to protest a federal rule requiring that all cross-border drivers be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Singh said some of the people behind the demonstration are pushing “false information” through “inflammatory, divisive and hateful comments.”

GoFundMe records show Singh’s brother-in-law, Jodhveer Singh Dhaliwal, donated $13,000 to the group behind the demonstration — dubbed the “freedom convoy” by participants.

In a statement sent to CBC News, Singh said he doesn’t support a campaign that harbours “extremist and dangerous views” and “unequivocally” disapproves of his brother-in-law’s decision to donate.

Apparently his brother is quite the character.

OP India:

On Monday, members of the Indian diaspora residing in Canada had organised a tiranga (tricolour) and Maple Car rally in Brampton to celebrate India-Canada ties. More than 100 cars had participated in the rally carrying flags of India and Canada on their vehicles.

Amidst all the positivity shown during the rally, the intrusion by pro-Khalistani elements became a significant problem as they not only abused the attendees and jammed traffic but also assaulted them for praising India. The car rally by the Indian diaspora did not go down well with pro-Khalistani supporters, who bullied people of Indian origin and abused them.

A series of videos had surfaced on social media platforms exposing the Khalistani members, who bullied and pushed down members of the pro-Indian rally. The pro-Khalistan elements infiltrated in the car rally hurled abuses at them and asked them to “go drink urine” while insulting the Indian National Flag.

In one of the videos, a pro-Khalistani supporter can be heard abusing, “Go and drink urine. Are you happy now (after he got hit)? Go and drink urine? Drinking urine will not make you strong you b*st*rd.”

Following the attacks by pro-Khalistan elements in Canada, the members of the Indian-diaspora, who had participated in the rally, have alleged that the attacks were carried out by people closely related to Khalistan sympathiser and NDP leader Jagmeet Singh. One of the masterminds of the attacks on the Indian diaspora has been identified as Jodhveer Dhaliwal.

Jagmeet Singh left, Jodhveer Dhaliwal right.

Apparently Jagmeet Singh is part of this weird Sikh Separatist group. It’s all very weird, and doesn’t have anything to do with Canadians. The group is trying to get their own state, called Khalistani. I only care in so far as it’s useful rhetorically to point out the guy lecturing you, Whitey, on whatever is a Sikh Nationalist who has in the past said that terrorism is an acceptable course of action. I’ll write about that specifically later, but here’s a teaser.

Visit Saskatchewan:

Jagmeet Singh was asked by Terry Milewski on CBC’s Power and Politics Monday if he would condemn the hero worship of Talwinder Singh Parmar in light of the fact that he was responsible for the largest mass murder in Canadian history – 284 of the 329 people killed were Canadian citizens.

Singh didn’t answer the question, but spoke about Hindu-Sikh relations.

At the end of the interview, when directly asked “so you won’t denounce those posters of Parmar?” Singh replied, “I don’t know who was responsible (for the Air India bombing), but I think we need to find out who was truly responsible.”

He’s also a complete and utter fraud on any economic, anti-war, or anti-jew nationalist violent racial cleansing issue. So he basically has the policies of the cuckservative party, but with some weird Sikh Nationalist twist.

Considering that, I was about to completely give up on the Truck Rally, whatever it’s called. After all, while Jagmeet Singh is against it, if his Khalistani supporting brother in law is in favour, it’s definitely not a serious political project with any real, tangible goals.


An NDP source, speaking on background, said Dhaliwal didn’t fully comprehend what the money would be used for.

“There was a misunderstanding. Once he understood the true nature of this organization, a process was started to return the donation,” the source said.

While he waits for GoFundMe to process the reversal, Dhaliwal has hidden his name from the public list of donors to the convoy, the source said.

And yet, he has now withdrawn his support.

I guess Big Freedom Truck might be more legitimate than I had previously believed. It’s possible that this Dhaliwal character is just an idiot, or was supporting it to make the Liberal Party look bad. In any case, I’m not expecting anything from this, but it’s possible that I could be pleasantly surprised.

The protest is being organized by Canada Unity, a group that opposes COVID-19-related measures. Its organizers say it is intended to push Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his government to drop the vaccine mandate for truckers and do away with other public health protections.

The group does appear to have tangible, and specific policy oriented goals. Who knows, maybe it’s not completely fake and ghey.

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