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November 29, 2012

Malala Yousufzai for the Nobel Peace Prize


Malala Yousufzai is the 14-year-old girl who was shot in the head on October 9, 2012 by Taliban terrorists intent on sending a message to any young girl who, like Malala, thought she deserved to know how to read and write.

That message:

Mind your place, girl.

The Taliban, known to anyone in the thinking world as lunatic misogynists, decreed that Malala must not be educated nor advocate for other girls to be educated.

To send that message to all Pakistani girls, they sent one of their “enlightened” disciples to shoot a 14-year-old girl in the head.

They are nothing but barbaric thugs.

Malala’s dream was to be able to read “Robinson Crusoe”. It was Malala’s dream to make her world better than the world her mother grew up in.

But beyond any of the mundane and practical reasons Malala became the face of advocating for female education in Pakistan, this young girl taught the entire world a profound lesson.

One human being can change the world.

To paraphrase Margaret Mead’s famous quote, one person is the only thing that ever has changed the world.

Malala’s work to ensure that she and other Pakistani girls could get an education is now unstoppable. By shooting this girl in the head in their pathetic attempt to silence her, the only thing the Taliban cowards accomplished was to guarantee Malala’s work will be successful.

By attempting to assassinate her, they made her a worldwide hero and gave an international voice to her dreams.

One man is working hard to see Malala receive the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts to bring the Muslim world into the 21st century.

Tarek Fatah created a petition on to garner support for his idea. In no time at all Tarek succeeded in getting the leaders of all the major Canadian political parties on side, including a public declaration of support from Prime Minister Harper.

UPDATE: We did it! We accomplished our first goal. On November 21, Prime Minister Stephen came out in support of the petition (see tweet below) and now every single federal party leader has joined the campaign and have nominated Malala for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Please continue to sign my petition and share it with your friends. This will encourage other world leaders to also nominate/endorse Malala and push the Nobel Foundation to give Malala the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize.

Now the onus is upon each and every Canadian to send letters to Prime Minister Harper urging him to nominate Malala Yousufzai for the Nobel Peace Prize, as well as sending letters to the Nobel Foundation itself urging them to award the Nobel Prize to Malala Yousufzai.

Here is a sample letter from Tarek’s petition page.

To: Nobel Prize Committee (Nobel Foundation)

On October 9, 2012, 15-year old Malala Yusufzai was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in response to her campaign against the destruction of girls schools in Pakistan. In the face of terror, Malala risked her life to speak out for the rights of girls everywhere. Malala’s bravery has sparked a global movement and we believe the Nobel Foundation should give her the Nobel Peace Prize.

A Nobel Peace Prize for Malala will not just honour her courage and resolve, but also send a clear message to the Taliban terrorists that the world is watching and will support those who stand up for gender equality and universal human rights that includes the right of education for girls.

Worldwide support

While the first ‘Nobel Prize for Malala’ petition was started in Canada, almost half the people who have signed the petition come from countries around the world. Now people are setting up this same petition in their own country asking for their political leaders to come together to nominate Malala for the Nobel Prize.

Nominators and endorsers so far:

Prime Minister Stephen Harper – Leader of the Conservative Party
Hon. Thomas Mulcair – Leader of the Official Opposition / NDP
Hon. Bob Rae – Leader of the Liberal Party
Hon. Daniel Paille РLeader of the Bloc Qu̩b̩cois

Najam Sethi, Editor of The Friday Times
Husain Haqqani, former Pakistan Ambassador to the United States

United Kingdom:
Prof. Richard Dawkins

United States:
Irshad Manji, author and Head of the Moral Courage Project, NYU
Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, author and president, American Islamic Forum for Democracy

Shashi Tharoor, Minister of State for HR Development and Member of Parliament
Lt. Gen (Retd.) H.S. Panag, GOC-in-C Northern Command, Indian Army

Cora Ronai, journalist and author of ‘Sapomorfose ou O Príncipe que Coaxava’

Andrew Bartlett, former Senator

[Your name]


Send your letters urging Prime Minster Harper to nominate Malala Yousufzai for the Nobel Prize to:

Prime Minister Stephen Harper
Office of the Prime Minister
80 Wellington Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2

Fax: 613-941-6900



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October 14, 2012

Malala Yousufzai: shot in the head for the “crime” of wanting an education



Fourteen-year-old Malala Yousufzai is a girl who has high ambitions. She wants to be a doctor. Well, at least she did before some terrorist Taliban moron shot her in the head and throat for her audacity. Who knows if she will survive her wounds and be able to accomplish that dream.

Malala YousafzaiThe Taliban immediately took credit for this heinous act.  Of course they did.  These pathetic cowards are actually proud of themselves for their manliness and bravery at attacking a defenseless 14-year-old girl.

What is astounding to me is that a 14-year-old girl like Malala even has to be an “activist” for something as simple as wanting an education.

Taliban spokescritter Ehsanullah Ehsan actually called Malala’s activism an “obscenity” that had to be crushed like a bug underfoot.

“This was a new chapter of obscenity, and we have to finish this chapter.”

If ever the world needed any more evidence of the evil of islam and it’s pedophile prophet Muhammed, surely Malala Yousufzai is it.

If ever the world needed any more proof that “The Religion of Peace” is anything but peaceful, surely 14-year-old Malala Yousufzai is it.

While Obama crows that he “crippled the Taliban” as he desperately seeks any means of salvaging his election hopes, the Taliban obviously never got the President’s memo.  Those cowardly and evil pieces of bovine excrement are carrying on as if Bin Laden never even existed.

Malala Yousufzai just wanted what any girl her age deserves: an education.  Yet in muslim-controlled nations like Pakistan, merely saying that out loud is a crime.  She isn’t male.  She has no rights.  She deserves nothing but whatever atrocities the muslim men of her community will commit against her.

The offense here is against Sharia Law.

A woman must know her place.

A woman must keep her place.

A woman must not speak unless given permission to speak by some man.

If she dares open her mouth and speak the words, “I want to be a doctor” she is simply signing her own death warrant.

It’s disgusting.

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October 21, 2011

The Disease of Gilad Shalit

Gilad Shalit


There are moments in the ebb and flow of life on this planet which give one pause, which give one cause to stop and, looking skyward, wonder if there will ever be an end to the madness…. This is one of those moments.

I have always supported the Jews. I have always condemned those who filled the ovens. I have always met the slightest emergence of, or sneering reference to, National Socialism, with a refusal to allow those mitigating or distracting arguments to be made.

I have always condemned, without true understanding, the Nazi attempt to eradicate Jewry from the face of the earth. I have always condemned the slaughter even when mindful of the fact that many of the Jews cut their own throats by ignoring the dire warnings of their imminent destruction.

But now….now I understand…with greater depth….with greater clarity, why so many Jews walked meekly to their own destruction…

I will call it “The Disease of Gilad Shalit”

I now say this without hesitation:

The Jews are a stupid, stupid people who richly deserve that which they so diligently cultivate: their own destruction.


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September 25, 2011

Do American Muslims still approve of Suicide Bombings?


Do American Muslims still approve of Suicide Bombings?

That’s a good question, and one that deserves addressing in the ongoing love-fest with the “religion of peace.”

The Pew Research Center recently released a study on the views of American muslims.

In that report they found the shocking, yet unsurprising statistic that almost 10% of self-professing muslims in America condone suicide bombing, not only abroad, but here in North America as well.

If 10% of self-professing muslims condone suicide bombings, I have two questions that I would like you to consider.


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September 13, 2011

Our Canadian Prime Minister, Clarity and Sun Media’s Coverage of 9/11 Anniversary


Hello there, it’s me………again….. Don Laird…

I watched the Sun Media coverage of the 9-11 Remembrance in New York and was very pleased.

The points Ezra Levant made were quite relevant and should be made again and again in order to provoke debate and introspective thought.



The white washing of Ground Zero is obscene.

The eradication of evidence of one of the greatest crimes in the last century. What will be left for our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren to look upon in order to fully understand the depth and breadth of islamic madness?

Where would we be if we had allowed bulldozers to plow under Auschwitz?

Where would we be if, on the ground that soaked up the blood of thousands of men, women and children, there stood a convenience store selling snacks, refreshments and postcards making vague saccharin references to “a really, really bad time that had something to do with something rather a long, long time ago?

Let us speak plainly.

In Auschwitz, Germans gassed and murdered hundreds of thousands of men, women and children. The Germans committed these monstrous crimes as part of their clearly stated goal of eradicating the entire Jewish race from the face of the earth. Complicit in these crimes, this genocide, were the German people who, largely, stood by, watched and did nothing.”

See, that wasn’t so difficult, was it?

It’s what we have been doing for 8 decades and it’s what we should always do.

So, let’s use that same clarity of speech with respect to the events of September 11, 2001 in New York City.

“On this site, muslims, following the dictates of islam, flew two loaded passenger planes into the two towers of the World Trade Center, killing over 3,000 innocent men, women and children. It was the greatest act of islamic terrorism committed in the history of Mankind.”

See?  Clarity is such a simple thing to gain.  For clarity, we need only be willing to speak the truth.

For far too long we have allowed social engineers and socialist Liberal political-correctness to silence debate and discourse that is based on truth and reality.

For far too long we have abdicated our responsibilities as citizens to a lunatic fringe consisting of a corrupt socialist media, treacherous academia and an arrogant, malignant and derelict government.

We have lost the power of original thought and the ability to make decisions based on our own common sense and experiences. For far too long we have allowed our opinions and determination to be swayed by polls and surveys; we have, in essence, allowed our lives to be manipulated by the very mechanisms that determine the palatability of soda-pop and potato chips.

How utterly obscene.

However, as evidenced by recent events, we are slowly waking up and part of that awakening is a desire to speak plainly, a desire not to wrap madness and psychopathy in the robes of religious propriety and entitlement.

We must regain the power of direct, frank discourse and debate that rings of truth and clarity regardless of how uncomfortable the same makes us or the objects of our criticism feel. We must not be moved from our places by the treasonous, the seditious, the criminal and the foolish.

We must regain the power of original thought.

In the last few months there have been paradigm shifts in Canadian government and media that have been nothing short of cataclysmic.

We now have a Conservative majority government that has breathed new life into the cause of common sense and the competent stewardship of a nation. It is badly needed, long overdue and greatly welcomed.

We now have media agencies, like Sunmedia, whose focus is plain speech that is inclusive of fact, truth and reality. This willingness and unswerving determination to speak the truth gives Canadians what they desire and it gives politicians a boost of confidence that their opinions and courage will be rewarded with fair play and equal time. It is badly needed, long overdue and greatly welcomed.

Evidence of that change can be found in the words and conduct of Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

In a recent interview with Peter Mansbridge of the CBC, Prime Minister Harper spoke directly to the terrorist threat of islamism that has hung like a malevolent and murderous cloud over Canada and the United States of America for the past decade.



In speaking clearly and directly to the threat of islam, Prime Minister Harper acquitted himself in a most spectacular and unprecedented fashion; one of the responsibilities inherent in the role of Prime Minister of what is arguably the greatest nation in the world.

That acquittal serves two purposes:

1. to shame an American President whose love of the Muslim Brotherhood is only shadowed by his incompetence and cowardice, and

2.  it will stand as an example to the rest of the political leaders in the free world of the intestinal fortitude required to eradicate islamic terrorism and threat.

In closing, to the Conservative Party, to the Canadians who had the guts to vote for the Conservatives and to Sun Media, I say thank you.

Because of you, for the first time in too many years, I am immensely proud to be Canadian.


Don Laird
Edson, Alberta, Canada

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June 1, 2011

Keeping Perspective (with video) by Don Laird

These are difficult times we are living in.

Here in Canada and in the United States we have been relatively insulated from the geopolitical earthquakes which have badly shaken Europe, the UK, the Middle East and Africa. Economically speaking, Canada has fared reasonably well and the United States is starting to recover from the brutal economic kick in the teeth they took a couple of years ago.

Radical islam and the push to enshrine sharia law in North America is unceasing due to the efforts of groups like CAIR (Council for American Islamic Relations), The Islamic Society of North America, North American Islamic Trust, The Muslim Students Association, The Muslim Students Union and The Muslim Brotherhood (the modern world’s first terrorist organization).

All of these groups have either direct ties to terrorist groups and or are directly funded by terrorist organizations. Virtually countless members of these organizations have been convicted of crimes involving terrorist activities and have been deported. That said, these groups continue in their campaign of destruction against Western democratic countries.


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March 30, 2011

Canada is Keeping Bad Company

What was the motivation for Canada’s parliamentarians to vote to join the United States and allied forces in an unprovoked attack against Libya?

Not only unprovoked, the Libyan war was an illegal act under the United States Constitution. If the United States had no national justification for declaring war in Libya, what was Canada’s possible rationalization?

At least all members of Parliament were offered the opportunity to debate the matter in the House of Commons-which is more than can be said for the United States Congress.

However, the discussion emanating from the Canadian legislators was opaque, as though they did not have a clear grasp of the Libyan situation which was understandable.

Nobody anywhere was clear on the campaign’s purpose. U.S. President Barack Obama was vague and contradictory in his explanations. (more…)

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