Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts says the city will review the status of the annual Sikh Vaisakhi parade after a controversial float was included in the event Saturday.Very catchy. Almost ranks right up there with "jihad is the way, sharia is the goal," don't you think?
More than 100,000 people attended the religious parade and festival in the Vancouver suburb, but Watts said she was disappointed the parade included a float honouring Sikh separatist extremists as martyrs.
The float featured the flag of Khalistan, the independent Sikh state that separatists want to carve out of India's Punjab state.
There were also posters of men who founded what are considered terrorist groups and who played a role in assassinating Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi, along with the slogan "They gave their today for our tomorrow."...
Sunday, April 18, 2010
Sikh and Ye Shall Find
Multiculturalism: sure, it's all pretty colours and exotic outfits until the glorification of
terrorists national heroes casts a pall over the proceedings. From the Ceeb: