HYPOCRISY: Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen Says ‘Hatred Has Consequences,’ While Ignoring Fact That He Demonizes His Political Opponents

Total hypocrisy from the Immigration Minister.

Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen recently said this in response to some horrible anti-Muslim comments online:

“Hatred has consequences…even though those folks are not the ones who pulled the trigger, they feed into a narrative that leads to that kind of violence. It’s the logical extension of that kind of hatred.” Hussen went on to say that it’s essential to “call out” this hatred anytime it takes place. “Fearmongering and pitting one group of people against another is simply wrong,” he said.”

There’s no big issue with Hussen’s comments.

After all, hate should be called out, and while all ideas – including Islam – must be up for open debate in a free society, calling for violence and spreading hate is never acceptable.

However, Ahmed Hussen is a big time hypocrite on this.

He has regularly demonized his political opponents, feeding into the very same angry and divisive political environment he claims to be denouncing.

We all remember when he called Ontario government minister Lisa MacLeod “not-Canadian” after she criticized the Trudeau government’s handling of the crisis at the border.

That is the ultimate in “othering” and “demonizing” somebody, saying they aren’t even a member of the country you belong to.

Hussen and the Liberals have also regularly demonized Canadians who want our border laws followed, calling us ‘hateful’ and ‘bigoted’ for opposing illegal immigration.

So, for Ahmed Hussen to be criticizing a hateful political environment, while refusing to acknowledge his own role in contributing to that environment, is the height of hypocrisy, and takes away any credibility he may have had.

Spencer Fernando

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Talk about IRONIC!!! Hussen, along with Trudeau and his fellow liberal miscreants have divided the people of this country irreparably, using disinformation, fear-mongering, the marginalizing of regular Canadians and totalitarian actions to remove our rights and freedoms and turn us into second class citizens, while robbing us of our hard-earned money and giving it to illegal migrants! The liberals have created a hateful political environment! Then he blames us… THAT is a disgrace!

Crusader
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Crusader

hatred has consequences, hypocrisy aside, that sounds like a threat!?

Paul
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Paul

The problem with open debate and Islam is that when you ask questions like…who is Mohammed? Historically speaking what actions did take on Jews? As a prophet did he do anything wrong? Jesus was a prophet to. Did He do anything or say anything wrong? The “debate ” falls apart quickly in light of the answers to these questions.

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shawn harris

If Ahmed Hussen’s goal is to bring about peace, love and equality between groups of people, then he is going about it the wrong way by portraying himself in such a sanctimonious self righteous light, so as to only arrive at not his stated goal but to achieve just the opposite. He is only furthering fear, suspicion,hate, and division amongst Canadians and others who would take to heart what he says and believes. The words and tactics he has used are mirror images that Trudeau uses, achieving the same results. To declare your love and passion for anyone or group… Read more »

Feldwebel Wolfenstool
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Feldwebel Wolfenstool

What a plagiarist….he stole this “has consequences” routine from Ilhoon Omer’s “apology” to the students from Kentucky..