Our new Liberal Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan thinks we could have negotiated with ISIS at an earlier stage.
When asked Thursday by CBC about confronting ISIS, Sajjan said:
"We need to get better as an international coalition … better at looking at the threats early on, to making sure that we identify them early so they don't balloon into these big threats,"
"They were smaller at one time, we need to get better at identifying the subtle indicators so we might be able to have dealt with it diplomatically."
He thinks we could have dealt with ISIS diplomatically if we had dealt with them sooner.
That’s crazy talk. Liberal crazy talk.
ISIS burned a Jordanian pilot alive while pretending to negotiate with Jordanian officials for his release. ISIS murdered American aid worker Kayla Meuller even though they demanded a ransom from her family. And ISIS ideology spawned Michael Zehaf-Bibeau. He cared so little about the authority of Canadian government officials that he shot up the Parliament buildings after murdering Nathan Cirillo in cold blood.
Do jihadis really seem like the kind of people we can have diplomatic relations with? I don’t think so.
Sending a diplomat to speak to ISIS is sending them on a suicide mission.
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