Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says Gov. Gen. Julie Payette should avoid denigrating faiths that believe in a creator. Payette has faced criticism for a speech last week that some say mocked people of faith and appeared to criticize people who believe in creationism and horoscopes. “We are still debating and still questioning whether life was a divine intervention or whether it was coming out of a natural process, let alone, oh my goodness, a random process,” she told a Canadian Science Policy Convention in Ottawa. “I thought there was disdain and mockery for someone’s religious beliefs,” Wall, pictured, said Thursday in Regina. Wall said Payette’s comments did not meet the standard of conduct that comes with the position.
media sceptic -
Brad Wall is a rare and wonderful person. We need more of him. And while Julie mocks religion, her benefactors, the Liberals, are forcing through laws to protect against anyone speaking out against Islam, one of the most fundamentalist religions in the world. The hypocrisy and arrogance of Liberal elites never cease to amaze.
Giardap Cam -
Premier Wall saying what every sensible Canadian was thinking should be said, but unfortunately our lily livered other leaders did not have the fortitude to say. This man will be missed on the political stage crying out for a few good men.
Taxpayers fund the Office of Protocol. Why are the public service fat cats employed in it not doing their job?