One of the amusing products of multicultural propaganda is Little Mosque On The Prairie, a CBC-TV propaganda series about Muslims colonizing Western Canada.
It’s supposed to be about the awfulness of White [Canadians] in the province of Saskatchewan being prejudiced towards Muslims … and is actually a product of the awfulness of bien-pensant Torontonians hating Canadian Westerners … the way New Yorkers hate people in Texas or Idaho.
Saskatchewan is geographically due north of Montana and North Dakota.
Mark Steyn wrote about Little Mosque On The Prairie in 2007 (televised on Canadian state-funded TV until 2011):
Macleans – Canada ^ | February 7, 2007
The other day I was giving a speech in Washington and, in the questions afterwards, the subject of Little Mosque On The Prairie came up.
“Muslim is the new gay,” I said. Which got a laugh. “That’s off the record,” I added. “I want a sporting chance of getting home alive.” And I went on to explain, that back in the (1990s) sitcoms and movies began introducing gay characters who were the most likeable and got all the best lines, and that Muslims were likely to be the lucky beneficiaries of a similar dispensation. In both cases, the intent is the same: to make Islam — like homosexuality — something only uptight squares are uncool with.
At the time I hadn’t seen so much as a trailer for Little Mosque. But it seemed a reasonable enough assumption that nine times out of ten, the joke would be on the “irrational” prejudices and drearily provincial ignorance of the Saskatchewan hicks. And sure enough, if you settled down to watch the first episode, it opened up with some stringy, stump-toothed redneck stumbling on a bunch of Muslims praying and racing for the telephone. “Is this the Terrorist Attack Hotline? You want me to hold?” [More]