August 16, 2016

Harper’s Bill C-51 thwarted Strathroy ISIS attack —Will Trudeau keep his vow to gut it?

Candice MalcolmRebel Contributor

ISIS terrorist Aaron Driver couldn’t have been any clearer. In a homemade video, released by the RCMP, Driver didn’t mince words about his intentions or his hatred for Canada.

“I give my pledge of allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, his call for jihad in the lands of crusaders, and I respond to this call”

During a press conference after Driver was killed, RCMP deputy commissioner Mike Cabana noted that Driver had “constant contact” with other ISIS terrorists abroad.

So why did so many media outlets report this as a “lone wolf” attack? Driver himself considered himself a member of ISIS. And he worked with other ISIS agents.

Driver may have been a depressed and deranged man, but he was also part of a network of radical Islamists. And the authorities were absolutely correct in issuing a peace bond to restrict Driver’s abilities to carry out an attack.

What helped authorities find and stop Aaron Driver from committing an atrocity on Canadian soil was Bill C-51 – Stephen Harper’s controversial anti-terrorism bill.

The anti-terrorism bill that Justin Trudeau campaigned against in the last election is at least partially responsible for thwarting this attack.

Watch as I explain why Canadians should hope that Trudeau will now think twice about gutting the bill.

You can find out more about Candice Malcolm’s new book “Losing True North” about the Liberal’s dangerous citizenship policies by visiting her Facebook Author Page

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commented 2016-08-16 20:02:23 -0400
I just finished Candice’s book Losing True North…scary stuff. Every Rebel needs to get a copy, read it and pass it along. We need to inform people as to what Mr Trudeau’s policies are going to do to our country. The Canada that you have lived in the past 10, 20, 30 years will be unrecognizable in the next 5. I’am amazed and saddened by how little Canadians know or even care. Don’t it always seem to go, you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone. Paved paradise gave it to Trudeau to rot…
commented 2016-08-16 19:32:36 -0400
Cameron yeah sure, you seem to know everything about that evil Harper.
Levi maybe learn how to read.
commented 2016-08-16 18:23:40 -0400
Didn’t Trudie go on and on about the lack of oversight of CSIS and RCMP during the campaign? Did Trudie really have a problem with increased powers of surveillance of a potential terrorist? Was the real problem Trudie did not have control of CSIS and the RCMP before the election? Now that he is in the chair does Trudie have a problem on this file? I don’t think he has any problem with the way things are right now. It took him a couple of days just to pump out a token tweet. For Trudie, C51 could have just been a campaign barb aimed at Harper and now that he is gone who really cares about people like Aaron Driver.
commented 2016-08-16 18:09:14 -0400
Justin Trudeau, given his lack of taking a clear and strong stand against Islamic terrorism, is tantamount to being an accomplice to Islamic terrorism.
He is a traitor to the virtues and values of Western culture and civilization which are the backbone of Canadian society.
commented 2016-08-16 17:39:48 -0400
Candice. trudumb does not have the ability to think or to make a rational decision, he is an incompetent idiot and most of the people that were against bill c-51 were the brain dead lefties and the delusional millennials and the msm who were determined to destroy Harper and let in the biggest pansy to ever be a prime minister,and these fools are still infatuated with the retard and all his selfies, turdo has such a narcissus personality it borders on insane and still the CBC continues to shove the liberal crap down our throats and the libtard and the brain washed entitled millennials continue to lap it up
commented 2016-08-16 17:38:56 -0400
2:42 of the vid. Watch it again. The RCMP credits the cooperation between the two nations for having so much info on driver after watching him for so long. The peace bond and everything else were possible because of C-51. Candice says , “At least partly responsible”. Also nowhere is it reported that Justin was going to eliminate the bill. Everyone knows he was promising his fellow liberals ‘amendments’.
Whether you are a fan of the bill or not, how can it be disputed that it had a hand in this case?
commented 2016-08-16 17:27:39 -0400
I wasn’t and still am not a fan of Bill C-51. Strange that people here who don’t trust the RCMP are willing to give them more powers with no additional (which means none) over sight. I don’t trust them, nor do I trust CSIS, who I know were harassing innocent Canadians who were subject to human rights tribunals.
commented 2016-08-16 17:20:19 -0400
Trudeau is the one who is going to turn this country into a police state. It was never Harper with C-51. I hope as more Canadians realize that it was the very communication between America to Canada that caught Driver before he killed many people, that Justin will think twice before messing with the bill that has already saved lives. The blood will be on his hands if he does.

CAMERON ROBOCK please explain how it made communication more difficult? Your statement defies logic. Enlighten us with details please.
commented 2016-08-16 16:10:25 -0400
Cameron Robock commented 21 mins ago
“No it’s not. I have friends in the rcmp. They say this actually slowed information exchange. Rebel needs to get it head out of harpers rear end and actually post real facts. "

Cameron, don’t lie. No way would even one RCMP officer or anyone of intelligence be a friend of an asshole like you.
commented 2016-08-16 16:04:29 -0400
Here is a fact CAMERON. You are an air headed idiot.
commented 2016-08-16 15:47:38 -0400
No it’s not. I have friends in the rcmp. They say this actually slowed information exchange. Rebel needs to get it head out of harpers rear end and actually post real facts.
commented 2016-08-16 15:17:53 -0400
LEVI: I have respected your posts and have “Championed” thoughts toward you getting into politics. Did you all of a sudden become lost? Any globalist spin I see in Rebel articles point out the idiocy of the globalists. George Soros financing the Rebel. I think not. Maybe you just woke up on the left side of the bed. As for bill C-51 the libs did propose changes, JT is hell bent on destroying the country and he IS a fkn globalist. Until the libs state precisely what they will change it is all speculation, but if you leave the Rebel soley on the weak argument you have stated, it doesn’t make a lot of sense. The bottom line is that many of us would miss your input. Please reconsider.

DJBT and the rest
commented 2016-08-16 12:51:50 -0400


commented 2016-08-16 12:45:37 -0400
I am almost done with this Website Ezra! Too Much Government Globalist spin & propaganda comes out of this site. Who Are You Working For? Soros? This article is a bold faced lie, Justin Trudeau and his liberals support Bill C-51, They claim they are in favour of amending some and I stress SOME of the elements of Bill C-51, Never have they admitted to repealing the Police State Technocratic Bill. And you can be sure their amendments won’t be for the benefit of the Canadian Citizen except to further take away Civil and Individual rights. Moreover, on what planet do you people think it was Bill C-51 that stopped this terrorist, The RCMP & CSIS deemed this guy not worthy of anything, that’s why they put him on a peace bond and allowed him to buy everything he needed to build bombs, It was in Fact the American FBI that tipped off the RCMP to what was going on, not C-51, Some of the good people down in the Land of the Free still trying to fight for freedom on this Continent. Here’s some evidence to support what I’m saying…
commented 2016-08-16 12:27:21 -0400
Thomas… “The surveillance and information sharing provisions of Bill – C51”
commented 2016-08-16 11:53:52 -0400
“The anti-terrorism bill that Justin Trudeau campaigned against in the last election is at least partially responsible for thwarting this attack.”

On what proof? Precisely, you have none.