Yesterday was the 15th anniversary of 9/11. Back in 2001, for a moment America was loved. But then the world’s sympathy faded
The United States toppled Saddam Hussein, but left a void. The media, briefly patriotic, returned to their usual stance. We have a greater surveillance state, but terrorists still attack. In Canada, we uncover plots every month — except sometimes we don’t catch them first…
Today, Justin Trudeau went to a sex-segregated mosque to celebrate a Muslim holiday. (He didn’t attend a 9/11 memorial the day before.) I’ll show you the former imam of that mosque — his son died as a jihadist in Libya — saying, “Trick them, kill them”.
So, what’s changed since 9/11?
We've doubled the number of Muslim immigrants without vetting for anti-western ideas. The RCMP now has an official hijab uniform. And criticizing Islam is a hate crime.
My guests tonight join me to talk about what, if anything, we've learned since September 11, 2001:
Clifford May, from the Foundation for the Defence of Democracies, and The Rebel's own Tiffany Gabbay, host of Culture Wars.