National Citizens Alliance — Registered Federal Political Party of Canada
National Citizens Alliance’s agenda is Canadians First. All Canadians. We are here to protect and enhance Canada, and that includes provincial equity and fairness.
Since the best interests of the Canadian people guide us, we have no set position along the political spectrum: some NCA policies may be deemed right, while others may be deemed center or left. Our values of freedom, fairness, and equality of opportunity and belief in strong democratic institutions guide us, as does fact-based research, member and public feedback, with the overarching and defining commitment to put the best interests of the Canadian people first.
NCA became a registered federal party on January 30, 2019.
The National Citizens Alliance (NCA) supports the traditional identities, heritages, and cultural norms of Canada, in which new arrivals are encouraged and expected to fully integrate into the traditional economy, and basic social and cultural norms or face deportation.
In addition, the NCA has zero tolerance for radical, extremist religious ideology that is counter to the values and beliefs of our free and democratic society.
Further, the NCA has zero tolerance for hate towards individuals based upon the colour of their skin, ethnicity, gender, religious belief, or any other distinguishable feature.
Disappointingly, on October 26, 2016, the Canadian Parliament voted unanimously in support of an Anti-Islamophobia e-petition that condemns of all forms of Islamophobia and rejects the reality of radical Islam. This e-petition can now be used broadly by the courts to act harshly against Canadians who are convicted of hate crimes towards Muslims through criticism of Islam. In addition, the e-petition can be used by individuals and organizations in defense of the spread of incompatible foreign cultures on our soil, and used by them to erode our traditional identities, heritages, and cultural norms.
In addition, the House of Commons as assembled voted overwhelmingly on March 24, 2017 in favour of M-103, an extension of the e-411 e-petition. M-103 seeks to “quell” free speech in regard to Islam, and it will waste tax payer money on researching Islamophobia, which is a term created by the Muslim Brotherhood in the 1990’s to silence criticism of Islam.
The Anti-Islamophobia e-petition, which was passed unanimously by the House of Commons as Assembled, is as follows:
Islam is a religion of over 1.5 billion people worldwide. Since its founding more than 1400 years ago, Muslims have contributed, and continue to contribute, to the positive development of human civilization. This encompasses all areas of human endeavors including the arts, culture, science, medicine, literature, and much more;
Recently an infinitesimally small number of extremist individuals have conducted terrorist activities while claiming to speak for the religion of Islam. Their actions have been used as a pretext for a notable rise of anti-Muslim sentiments in Canada; and
These violent individuals do not reflect in any way the values or the teachings of the religion of Islam. In fact, they misrepresent the religion. We categorically reject all their activities. They in no way represent the religion, the beliefs and the desire of Muslims to co-exist in peace with all peoples of the world.
We, the undersigned, Citizens and residents of Canada, call upon the House of Commons to join us in recognizing that extremist individuals do not represent the religion of Islam, and in condemning all forms of Islamophobia.”
The National Citizens Alliance will rescind this e-petition and motion in entirety for the following primary reasons:
● no religion, ideology, or way of life should be beyond debate, discussion, criticism, and satire in our free and democratic society
● political correctness like in the e-petition, in which the Parliament refuses to admit the existence of radical Islam and use its term, is used to silence discussion, debate, and criticism
● no religion or ideology should receive special treatment
● the 70,000 Canadians who petitioned this Motion are a mere 1.9% of the total Canadian population
● under Sharia Law, individuals can be killed for criticizing Islam or Mohammad; this Motion although not as extreme is in the same trajectory of silencing criticism
● researching the cause of Islamophobia in Canada is a waste of tax dollars; the federal government should instead be researching radical, extremist ideologies and way of lives in Canada, and how to end their practice upon Canadian soil
If we do not stand up for our fundamental values, beliefs, and way of life, we will lose them.
The NCA welcomes feedback on its policies. Please send policy feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org