Meet Hindu extremist Ron Banerjee, director of Canadian Hindu Advocacy. He believes that Hindu community (400,000) is the “most victimized in Canada”. There are over 1,000 Hindu temples in Canada, the largest one, Toronto’s Shri Swamynarayan Mandir which was built at the cost of $40 million.
Ron Banerjee’s associates include Jewish Defence League (classified as a terrorist group by FBI), Christian Heritage Party (a Zionist Christian group for Israel) and Canadian Muslim Congress, whose founder Tarek Fateh, along with Canadian Prime Minister stephen Harper is listed on Israel Hasbara Committee as ‘Author’.
In January Banerjee attended JDL’s Toronto rally in support of pro-Israel English Defence League whose leader Tommy Robinson said in May 2011:“The English Defence League was formed two years ago. One of the fundamental beliefs that this movement was built on was its support for Israel’s right to defend itself. In our first demonstrations, we went to Birmingham, and we flew the flag of Israel, the Star of David. In the first public speech I ever gave, I wore the Star of David in Leeds. The reason for this is because Israel is a shining star of democracy. If Israel falls, we all fall. This is what our movement has been built on for two years.”
Banerjee’s other credentials include his support for Muslim hating Dutch MP Geert Wilders during a rally in Toronto last year – and his glowing tribute to separatist Parti Québécois for championing the banning of kirpans ( a religious symbol of Sikh community) from the Quebec National Assembly.
Banerjee claims that Muslims (980,000) community in Canada is trying to ‘Islamize’ the country as they’re doing in India (with Muslim population over 150 million). He also believes:“In its entire history, Islam, the Islamic civilization has invented and contributed less to human advancement than a pack of donkeys”. That shows you, like Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, Banerjee also gets his inspiration from Islamophobes like Robert Spencer and Daniel Pipes.
Currently, Banerjee is running a Zionist crusade against Valley Park Middle School in Flemingdon Park (Toronto) for allowing its 80% Muslim students to perform Friday prayer in school cafeteria after lunch break.
“Frankly, I don’t believe what he says,” principal Nick Stefanoff says. “I’ve not had a single complaint from any non-Muslim parents. We have dozens of Hindu students and we have a great relationship with them and their parents. When the Indian cricket team played Sri Lanka in the World Cup final (in April in Mumbai), Hindu and Muslim kids came to the school at 4 a.m. to watch it together. They had a great time.”
He says that several of Banerjee’s assertions are wrong — that other kids are denied access to the cafeteria (the prayer is held after lunch when the place is vacant); that prayer is interfering with classes (all classes start on time); and that “secular education” is compromised (class content is decidedly not affected).
“I think he just makes it all up,” says Stefanoff. “He never asked me a thing. Why doesn’t he come and talk to me?”