June 26, 2015

Terror in France, Tunisia and Kuwait -- yet some think Canada is immune

Brian LilleyArchive

Terrorism hit France, Tunisia and Kuwait on Friday, the only link between the three attacks is radical Islam.

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commented 2015-06-29 15:42:44 -0400
Trudeau did a commendable thing by casting vote in favor of C-51. But after doing that He has been put under humiliating pressure by bleeding heart pro-terrorists liberals and Islamists in his flanks. These were the folks who saw a ‘savior’ in Trudeau but C-51 proved as bolt out of blue and no wonder the less prominent folks of the aforementioned colors deserted Him in favor of Mulcair. It is very strange that Muslim leaders, community representatives take criticism or measures taken against terrorists as measures against their community. By doing so they are doing the worst service to their community. Somebody needs to remind them that they are living in Canada not somewhere else. If they have chosen to live here they must accommodate, embrace and understand the apprehensions of their immediate neighbors rather than fighting for the rights of overseas brethren on Canadian soil. But if they choose to the later than they should not cry foul over so-called Islamophobia
commented 2015-06-29 11:16:20 -0400
Peter – there is no reasoning with leftists, as they will die believing they are the only ones with a brain, or would that be half a brain! :-)
commented 2015-06-29 09:10:26 -0400
Peter: you usually don’t indulge in that kind of stupid, shallow generalization. I repeat my statement to Jason: if you want evidence of something I assert, ask for it.
commented 2015-06-29 08:16:17 -0400
Jason, both Terry and Jimmy … and well, all the lefties that post here do not typically provide any links to substantiate what they claim, but they all demand we provide links. But when we do provide links, they dismiss them for one reason or another as invalid.

It comes down to the the fact that the lefties tend to act as if their words are absolute and “common knowledge” and do not need to be substantiated because of their attitude, “everyone knows that, how stupid that you do not”, they figure they do not need to provide evidence. And then it follows, in their minds, that because they think we are stupid backward dullard conservatives, we must provide evidence to substantiate what say. It all stems from an unsubstantiated arrogant attitude that they are sooooo smart and only the stupid are conservatives.
commented 2015-06-29 08:00:22 -0400
Jason: you just asked me to provide an instance of dishonesty on the site. I did.
You accused me of “never” providing evidence to back up my assertions. I just did.
If I make an assertion that you want evidence for, ask for it. If I can, I will.
commented 2015-06-29 07:33:15 -0400
Terry, both Peter Netterville and myself have on other topics and you kept dodging. So I figured what’s the point of asking. And I did note them. But I wasn’t even referring to that, because no one called you on those incidents. But things you HAVE asserted in past topics, and then were asked to provide proof, you dodged. You can’t deny that.
commented 2015-06-29 07:13:43 -0400
“And to my knowledge, you never have.”
“To my knowledge”. Yes. Quite.
Jason, if I make a factual assertion that you feel requires evidence, by all means request it. I guess you failed to note the specific incidents of terrorism I provided to expand on Peter’s assertions below.
commented 2015-06-29 02:52:53 -0400
So 9% is a small minority. Just look what the 3% LGBTQZ has done. So what scares you about Bill C-51? You’re a 2nd class citizen? Keep your shit wired tight and you won’t have a problem. Anyone isn’t with us is against us, including the UN and the U.S. You won’t get ground troops without air support. This isn’t going away by watching the Big Bang theory retards. The Canadian culture is to stop it before it gets here. War of 1812. Trudeau can lick me where I shit. Smoking fuckin dope.
commented 2015-06-29 02:15:26 -0400
It does not matter why Muslims come to Canada. When the Muslim population gains enough political power to start a jihad, Muslims will have to join the jihad or be killed for being hypocrites by other Muslims.

In addition to Sharia Law there will be other consequences if Muslims achieve political power in Canada.

There will be no more scientific or medical research. Muslims do not believe that you can find “scientific laws”. For them the universe is unknowable. They do not believe in cause and effect. Everything is the will of Allah. It is no accident that Muslim societies have remained unchanged for hundreds of years.

Slavery will make a big comeback in North America. Work in Islamic countries is traditionally done by slaves. Every Muslim has the right to own slaves. Black folks will be able to have the same slave experiences as their ancestors. It is no accident that the word “abd” in Arabic means both “black man” and “slave”. White men and women will be able to
become slaves as well. Pedophilia and sex slaves will be legal.

There will be nothing new. If it is not mentioned in the Koran then it is “not Islamic”.

There will be no more pictures or sculpture.

Local history and local identifying features will be wiped out. Every where must look the same to be Islamic.
Above ground tombs in some African countries and Bhudda statues in Afghanistan are just the start of the
destruction of regional landmarks.

Worst of all we may not be allowed to use toilet paper. Only one imam in Turkey has ruled that toilet paper is Islamic.
Turkey is the most secular of all Islamic countries and is fast loosing its secular character. This ruling may not stand.

There are a lot more stuff that will change but I will stop here because I don’t want to stay up all night to
list everything.
commented 2015-06-28 17:57:26 -0400
There is plenty of proof to suggest that many Canadians don’t believe in a serious terror threat, but many do believe terrorism does exist here. It’s a conundrum, I know… However it seems to be the case.

Terry, you ask for proof, but you provide none to back up YOUR claims. And to my knowledge, you never have. You only make assertions, but provide little facts to a debate.

Bravo Zulu, you couldn’t have shot that round more accurately. Islam’s main goal is to bring the downfall of Western civilization. They’ve claimed it countless times and it’s written in the Q’uran. And the time of it happening is coming faster than most would like to admit.

Do people REALLY think ALL the Islamic refugees are truly refugees? Or are some of them plants just waiting for the signal? I know this sounds like a message from the tin foil hat club, but can you say without a doubt it couldn’t be true?
commented 2015-06-28 15:52:52 -0400
Yes, which is reason to sound the alarm about this bill if the likes of Justin ever rose to power. I like to think that I am a libertarian with no political affiliations which allows me to say that we have plenty enough laws and rules to go around. The evolution of politics in this country manipulated by lobbyists and the proverbial suit wearing bottom feeding lawyers that love to twist and turn the charter of rights and freedoms is the down fall of civilizations and the broaden divisions between the peoples that vote for them. When was the last time that an elected official had an original idea, as we are seeing now in Alberta
commented 2015-06-28 15:31:10 -0400
Kevin, you are presumably aware that Trudeau backed C-51?
Peter, I speak for myself, not for any political aggregate. Feel free to query me on any assertion I make; however, you’re raising a point I haven’t made.
commented 2015-06-28 14:16:08 -0400
Terry, you talk about needing to have a resoned discussion, not hysteria or hyperbole, but that is exactly what I hear coming from people who are opposed to the bill C-51. They continually claim that it gives the CSIS and the RCMP the unprecedented abilities without oversight. However, never do these same critics mention that CSIS and the RCMP are required to get a court order from a judge first. How is that “having no oversight”?
commented 2015-06-28 14:14:02 -0400
I agree with you Terry up to that all sides have to politicize these hot button issues fuelled by a liberal leaning press. If one was to extrapolate the number of Trudeau followers a percentage of them obviously would then deny that there is a " terrorist threat" in this country.
commented 2015-06-28 14:03:29 -0400
Didn’t mean to be rude, Kelvin. To make the same point without sarcasm: the vast majority of Canadians understand that this country is a target for terrorism, since we’ve been experiencing it since our creation, from the murder of Thomas Darcy McGee to the murder of Nathan Cirillo. But even Margaret Wente agrees that the politicization of terror by the Harper government is going too far, and even conservatives (especially those of the libertarian variety) are balking at C-51. So addressing the linked issues of both the terrorist threat AND the protection of our civil rights requires reasoned discussion, not hysteria or hyperbole.
commented 2015-06-28 13:31:35 -0400
Good one Terry.
Bravo Zulu . As an old military man myself, a point I also ponder is how did we get from the attack on the world trade centres to afraid of offending islam.
commented 2015-06-28 13:24:25 -0400
Gee, Kelvin: you have a rare intellect indeed. Very few folks can find the same thing both “fascinating” and “boring” simultaneously.
commented 2015-06-28 12:41:16 -0400
I always find it fascinating that when a conservative thinker makes a slight generalization or blanket statement, that liberal thinkers attack with show me the facts and every minute detail. Yet liberals love to say things like " well all Canadians believe this or that" or that " nobody cares about this or that". Liberal thinkers are notorious for making generalizations all the time, yet when they are asked for the facts they then attack by name calling and condescension. I find this all so boring and counter productive.
commented 2015-06-28 12:31:00 -0400
Total war will come to Euro countries within the next ten years and maybe sooner – and as Europe goes so do we.

We are not only NOT immune, we are a target.

That nice ’slamic family living next door will be happy to show you how things change when their population gets to a high enough number to force you into their way of life.

People will laugh at me but there are no moderates – only sleepers.

Many years ago in an armed and very tense meeting in an unnamed desert that almost ended in a shooting match – I was told by the leader of a rather nasty ’slamic group that we would all eventually submit or die – ’slamic families would simply out breed us.

There has never been a western country that invited ’slamic refugees and immigrants that has not eventually learned this. When the numbers are low they are quiet – as the numbers grow so does the violence. Prove me wrong on this account – if you can.

It is always the same and entitled Canadians will learn soon enough.

The first thing will be the violence ’slam brings to the table

Homosexuals will be killed as per the ’slamic book – 100% kill – as is happening when found out in isis territory – search for the videos on line of them being thrown off tall buildings as punishment for their “sins”

Criminals will be disposed with as per sharia – heads removed for major insults to their god and hands removed for smaller items such as theft

Then it will be the loss of technology – ie: one small example – electrical power requires knowledge which you will not get and much more – ’slam moves backwards in time not forward.

Then it will be the subjugation of women, forced genital mutilation and forced marriage

Then it will be the segregation and subjugation of the population – ’slamic or not ’slamic

Then it will be the outlawing of the vices – no alcohol, no smokes and no pork – upon pain of sharia law courts penalties.

Do not believe people who say “This is not ’slam” when referring to the violence – they are either lying, deflecting or honestly do not know.

It is indeed ’slam.

Entitled Canadians have a lot to learn – but they will – and sooner than later if they are not careful.
commented 2015-06-28 12:03:30 -0400
Peter, can you distinguish between these two thoughts?
1) A significant number of people that deny Canada is a target for terrorism.
2) Some individuals question the motivation of a specific individual.
I ask because you keep providing evidence of (2) while failing to address (1), which was your actual assertion.
commented 2015-06-28 11:50:01 -0400
Speaking of Jimmy, he doesn’t believe Canada is at risk or could ever be a target. There are lots more where he came from.
commented 2015-06-28 11:48:15 -0400
Terry, if you read that article and came to that conclusion, then your mind is clamped firmly shut and no meaningful dialog is possible with you.
commented 2015-06-28 09:04:51 -0400
You made a statement. I asked you to back it up. You didn’t; you provided a link to an article that failed to endorse your point, but that argued a different point. That’s not "character assassination, Peter: that’s discussion.
I am having a good weekend, thanks – took my granddaughter to see the Musical Ride for her first time.
commented 2015-06-27 23:57:05 -0400
Terry, check out the comments below the article. There you will find plenty of people who deny that the terrorist attacks were just that.

However, I neither have the time nor the inclination to provide more links. Believe me of not, I care not.

I am also getting real tired of your character assassinations of the people that post articles here and the people that post comments here. You come on this site not to debate ideas but to attack the people that run the site and the people that post on the site. Both you and Jimmy Da Silva do this. You two are definitely cut from the same cloth.

Have a good weekend, Terry.
commented 2015-06-27 22:38:09 -0400
Peter. your assertion was that “a significant number of people that deny Canada is a target”. Sorry, I’m not seeing that in the article you cited: I’m seeing questions about a specific incident.
commented 2015-06-27 22:20:55 -0400
Here’s a funny one. Major Ontario cities are rated at medium risk of a terrorist attack but the Pan Am games are rated at low risk. Marketing, far as I can tell, makes the difference.

Canada has pretty darn good intelligence but mostly, they foil domestic attacks. Bill C-51 gives CSIS the right to spy abroad so hopefully they’ll play nicely with others and coordinate a good global terrorist apprehensions program too.
commented 2015-06-27 17:12:11 -0400
Peter. If one reads the commentary section following the article, it appears there are a GREAT number of people in this country in absolute denial. These are the ones who will vote for Trudope or Mulcair ushering in the tyranny of Islamist Sharia for this country. Good thing the current Gov’t scrapped the gun registry. I fear we may all end up having to take arms to protect ourselves, our families and our nation.
commented 2015-06-27 16:01:12 -0400
It will be a toss-up as to who’s in line for the next terrorist attack, us or the U.S. could be us with the Pan Am Games but
then again apparently the 4th of July could be their next target, lets hope they nail these cowards before anyone is hurt or killed.,
of course if it’s in the U.S. let’s hope its not another “Workplace violence” like what happened in Fort Hood, after all Obama seems to
have a problem telling the difference between that and a terror attack.
commented 2015-06-27 15:52:40 -0400
Peter, can you point me to some of these folks who deny that Canada is a terror target? I confess I find that hard to believe, but I may have missed it.