Kick Them Out! Tell Trudeau to stop siding with convicted terrorists

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder
 

October 6 UPDATE: The results of our poll are in and they're stunning:

Fully 84% of Canadians agree with stripping dual nationals of Canadian citizenship if they attack Canada.

Numbers like this mean support crosses party lines, and includes immigrants.

 


Convicted terrorists who have taken up arms against Canada, and plotted or even carried out attacks, should not get to keep their citizenship.

I think this is a vitally important issue and one the media talked about quickly and then walked away from as it started to make Trudeau look bad.

We need to keep up the pressure on this issue!

Let’s show the government, the Conservatives and the parties opposed to this, that Canadians don’t believe convicted terrorists who were granted Canadian citizenship deserve to keep it.

Please SIGN OUR PETITION which reads, “We support the government of Canada in stripping terrorists of citizenship and call on the government to deport all terrorists that don’t belong in Canada as quickly as possible.” 

You can SIGN THE PETITION BY CLICKING BELOW

We are also CROWD FUNDING A POLL, a real, scientifically valid poll to gauge Canadian views on this.

Let’s find out what Canadians really think about kicking out terrorists who have turned their backs on the country that welcomed them with open arms.

Commissioning a poll like that will cost approximately $1,500.

Please click below to help us CROWD FUND THE POLL.

Justin Trudeau says stripping terrorists of citizenship devalues citizenship for all. As the son of immigrants let me tell you he is wrong, allowing terrorists from other countries to keep calling themselves Canadian devalues everything we hold dear.

The Petition

We support the government of Canada in stripping terrorists of citizenship and call on the government to deport all terrorists that don’t belong in Canada as quickly as possible.

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