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On 2/8/2018 4:23 AM, BillB wrote:
>>> I meant the melting pot is a more useful and successful strategy than
>>> multiculturalism.
>> Gibberish.
> He's speaking gibberish to me, too. He apparently thinks the Canadian Multiculturalism Act is
"telling him what to think".

You're contradicting yourself.

You call me as un-Canadian for having negative thoughts about Islam, and 
you support that attack by citing the Canadian Multiculturalism Act. If 
the Act isn't telling me how to think then how am I un-Canadian for 
thinking something that disagrees with it?

Your authoritarian tendencies are showing. I would say that dissent 
against the government is the most important Canadian tradition of all.