Calgary Mayor Nenshi refuses to go to Woord en Daad Dinner
CALGARY—Sources have confirmed that the popular Calgarian mayor, Naheed Nenshi, harbours deep resentment towards the Dutch people, explicitly clear after he was absent at the recent Woord en Daad dinner.
MetaCanada’s Research and Historicization Department has also confirmed that Nenshi skipped the last four of these annual fundraisers, which benefit disabled people in the Netherlands. Critics say that this is yet another sign that Nenshi’s voter coalition is fractured, placing his re-election in serious doubt.
When asked about his absence at the fundraiser, a Nenshi spokesperson responded, “What in the hell are you talking about?”
This is not the first time in recent history that Nenshi has found himself in hot freshwater. In November, he was noticeably absent from the local Palmer Salmon Insurance Annual Summer Parking Lot BBQ (PSIASPLB), and again in July 2013 from Nose-Hill resident John Blackmore’s Canada Day BBQ.
Nenshi’s politicking has left a number of voters feeling greatly dejected, but also curious about who he’s keen to impress.
MetaCanada caught up with Nenshi and inquired why he is missing this year’s Woord dinner. He replied, rather cordially, “I’m not going to go to the Woord en Daad dinner.” He paused to send a Tweet accusing Ezra Levant of battery and domestic abuse. “I’ve never gone to the Woord en Daad dinner. So I’m not going to change the way I am.”