The day after a terrorist mowed down a magnificently diverse group of people on Westminster Bridge in London before fatally stabbing a police officer, citizens of the world are being asked to change their Facebook profiles to show support for … carrying on life as usual while pretending they’re not concerned they could be next?

Speaking of meaninglessness responses to Islamic terrorism, Canada’s Parliament today voted 201–91 to pass a non-binding motion condemning Islamophobia. So, let’s all give a hearty golf clap to those 201 MPs for being woke, or however they refer to it there.

The motion also calls for the creation of a committee to develop “a government-wide approach for reducing or eliminating systemic racism and religious discrimination, including Islamophobia.”

The CBC reports that Saskatchewan Conservative MP David Anderson had attempted to remove the word “Islamophobia” from the motion in favor of “all forms of systemic racism, religious intolerance and discrimination of Muslims, Jews Christians, Sikhs, Hindus and other religious communities,” but that wording was rejected.

Since it’s just a motion and not a law, M-103 does not curtail freedom of speech or impose penalties, but a lot of Canadians are wary of just what that special committee might come up with.

Also criticized was the use of the word Islamophobia itself, which opponents of the motion said had no specific definition despite its common use.