Welcome

Welcome to my personal blog…

…Bienvenue à mon blogue personnel


2018-11-15 My Favourite Graph
2018-10-16 The Dishonesty of the Globe and Mail
2018-10-08 The Moral and Intellectual Bankruptcy of Antisecularists
2018-10-04 The Quebec Election of October 1st 2018:
Some Good News & Some Bad
2018-09-22 Ensaf Haidar Challenges Canadian Orthodoxy
2018-09-20 Les extrêmes se touchent :
Twitter censure une caricature de Charb
2018-09-11 Quebec-Bashing: Three Recent Examples
2018-09-03 The Greatest of All Vices
2018-08-27 The Identitarian Left
2018-08-10 Banning Face-Coverings is Both Necessary and Beneficial:
A Response to Stephen Evans of the NSS
2018-08-01 In Praise of Cultural Appropriation
2018-06-03 Banning Religious Symbols: When & Where?
2018-05-29 Laïcité, législation et gouvernement au Québec
2018-05-21 Screw the Monarchy! Vivent les patriotes !
2018-05-01 Fairweather Secularists
2018-04-23 David Silverman’s Firebrand Atheism:
We Need It Now More Than Ever
2018-04-15 Status of Women Canada Endorses Political Islam
2018-04-13 Religious Symbols and the Montreal Police
2018-02-21 Notes on the Regressive Left, Part V:
The Vicious Circle of Islamophilia
2017-11-18 Notes on the Regressive Left, Part IV:
A Collection of Important Articles
2017-09-13 Notes on the Regressive Left, Part III:
ANTIFA: Kangaroo Court Implemented by a Street Mob
2017-08-25 Notes on the Regressive Left, Part II:
ANTIFA: Shock Troops of the Regressive “Left”
2017-07-27 Quebec’s Right to Self-Determination
2017-07-20 Pride & Shame in Toronto & London
2017-07-15 Notes sur le racisme, IIe partie
2017-05-24 Notes on Racism, Part I
2017-05-06 Notes on the Regressive Left, Part I
2017-04-28 Notes on the Islamist Veil
2017-04-20 “Islamophobia”: a weapon against reforming Islam
2017-03-12 Rules for a Discussion about Religion
2017-02-21 The Undauntable Fatima!
2017-02-18 Islam and Islamism
2017-02-17 Exploiting Mass Murder for Political Gain
2017-02-15 Charles Taylor est-il compromis avec le Prix Templeton ?
2017-02-05 The Quebec City Attack: Some Context
2017-01-29 Fools Against “Islamophobia”
2017-01-16 More Dubious Words
2017-01-02 Carl Sagan’s Achilles’ Heel
2016-12-01 Anti-Muslim Incidents in the USA
2016-11-06 Multiculturalism, Orientalism and Exoticism
2016-10-10 False Memes from the Burkini Wars
2016-09-20 Challenges for Canadian Secularists
2016-07-23 The Acquired-Innate Spectrum
2016-07-22 Aphorisms about “Islamophobia” and “Racism”
2016-06-23 Of Pigs and Prayer
2016-05-31 The Extended Weinberg Principle
2016-05-11 Dubious Words
2016-05-04 Words to Cultivate
2016-04-07 Apostasy is a Human Right
2016-04-05 Freedom of Religion is Not Fundamental
2016-03-23 Toronto Life Magazine Lionizes Islamist Agent
2016-03-20 The Cult of Impotence
2016-02-06 Hate Quebec, Hate Secularism
2016-01-24 Secularism: Lockean and Republican
2015-10-26 Secularists Have Nothing to Celebrate,
2015-10-19 How to Reassure a Concerned Citizenry … and how NOT to,
2015-10-16 Trudeau & Mulcair Can Easily Resolve the Niqab Issue,
2015-10-12 Thoughts on the Niqab,
2015-07-23 Secularism Versus the Multicultis,
2015-07-03 The Myth of Religious Obligations,
2015-07-01 Secularism Betrayed, Epilogue and Update,
2015-06-24 Secularism Betrayed, Part III,
2015-06-17 Secularism Betrayed, Part II,
2015-06-10 Secularism Betrayed, Part I,
2015-06-10 Introduction,

2 thoughts on “Welcome”

  1. Hi David,
    I read your opinion piece for Global Mail that you wrote in 2013 titled,”Why a Secular Charter is good for Quebec” for an essay for school and would like to have a conversation with you to better understand the reasons of why many Quebecois want a secular society.
    To begin with, in your opinion piece, you say, “State employees must not under any circumstances display such symbols while they are on duty”. This is followed by an example of how a Muslim family wants their daughter to wear the veil, the daughter wants to see a social worker but the social worker wears the veil and thus the daughter cannot discuss her problem.
    However, there are many times when a social worker has a visible connection to a client’s problem. Sometimes these visible connections can be things that are not merely cloths or scarves worn as veils but it can be the social workers’ race, ethnicity, nationality, or gender. At times, these circumstances can be difficult to overcome for the client but the client can always request for a different social worker and sometimes these circumstances can be more beneficial to the client in overcoming these obstacles by providing more information on how to deal with the situation by being connected to the issue of the client’s.
    It’s difficult to explain my point of view but I’m hoping that you understand what I’m trying to say and reply with your opinion to start a conversation. Thanks.

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