William H.A. Willbond MSM, CD
JAMAL GETS PAID – CANADIAN TAXPAYERS GET LAID?
No taxpayer’s pal is one Mrs Cheryfa Jamal?
She is looking for money – she’s a gold digger gal?
There is money to be made through Canadian human rights?
Hire lawyers – sue the Feds – they seem to have little fight?
Canadian freedoms are now away down in the spittoon?
Freedom, like Elvis, has now left the room?
Islamic development has filed a no basis complaint?
Canadians used to be free, however now, we just ain’t?
Cheryfa Jamal she really wants to get paid
Because hubbie was accused on his terrorist raid?
She wants millions and millions in cash compensation
From the duped taxpayers of this Canadian Nation?
Money for travel – perhaps to the Mid East –
Joining other Islamists in the free money feast?
No longer can the free press print an accurate Canadian cartoon?
Or they will be served by the good folks from places like Khartoum?
©Copyright May 12, 2008 by William H. A. Willbond MSM, CD
Author’s Note: Mrs. Jamal is a Halifax Native married to Quayyan Abdul Jamal who is accused of plotting to blow up sites in Ontario. Ms Jamal formerly known as Sherry MacAuley converted when she allegedly joined an Islamic Cult according to Canadian Muslim Leader Tarek Fatah who mentions “cult” several times when referring to her in a somewhat negative manner. The attached photo beneath the cartoon is a good likeness of Sherry who wears a Burka in Public. I call this subject questionable because it is a subject with many questions left unanswered. It is a subject important to all Canadians as it refers to the enemy within and their frequent attempts to suck tax dollars from Canadians via the human rights industry where offices, officers, officials and their ambulance chasing lawyers need an endless supply of petty complaints to keep their empires well oiled and up and running and fleecing the system funded by taxpayers.
The poem and comment were inspired by the Colonist Article of 9 May 2008 and Halifax Herald Cartoon of 18 April 2008 (both reproduced below)
Without prejudice and with blessings
Islamic Group Files Human Rights Complaint Over Newspaper Cartoon
CanWest News Service
A Halifax Islamic group has filed a complaint with the police and the Human Rights Commission of Nova Scotia over an editorial cartoon published in a local newspaper.
The Centre for Islamic Development filed the complaints because the cartoon creates “an environment of hate,” said the centre’s community relations officer, Will King.
The April 18 cartoon published in the Halifax Chronicle-Herald was of Cheryfa Macaulay Jamal, whose husband was arrested along with 16 other men in a 2006 anti-terrorism raid.
Canadian authorities accused the 17 men of being part of an Islamic terrorist cell planning to bomb a series of targets in southern Ontario.
After the charges against her husband were stayed on April 15 Jamal, a Halifax native, was quoted in the Chronicle-Herald as saying she wanted “millions” in compensation from the federal government.
The cartoon showed Jamal holding a sign that reads “I want millions” and saying “I can put it towards my husband’s next training camp.”