Here’s a huge story in the Daily Telegraph: "Two alleged people smugglers on trial over Aylan Kurdi’s death."
That photograph is why Canada will now see 200,000 Syrian Muslims shipped here, 50,000 a year.
The story immediately fell apart, but the media didn’t care.
He and his father had been living safely in Turkey, for years.
Second, his sister, who lives in Canada, made the mistake of saying why he really took his family on a leaky boat head for Europe: he wanted free dental care.
And then came credible witnesses who said that Kurdi’s own father was the smuggler.
So now the Telegraph says that along with the two Syrian nationals on trial for human smuggling:
"Aylan's father, Abdullah Kurdi, who survived the sinking of the boat, is also on trial in absentia over his role in the disaster. It was not immediately clear what charges he faces.”
Say, he’s not in Canada, at some Liberal Party function is he? No. After all that, he decided not to come here. He told People magazine he’s in Iraq, helping other refugees. Yeah, I’m sure he’s much too busy healing the sick and feeding the hungry to come to trial in Turkey.
The trial would be inconvenient for him.
Just like this entire story is inconvenient for the media party, who built a campaign around this liar, to push 50,000 Muslim migrants a year into our country.
The fact that he’s evading a trial — well, that’s just one more detail about Abdullah Kurdi I guarantee you’ll never see on the CBC.