Taxpayers' hard-earned money is being used in the UK to "deprogram" a 3-year old 'extremist' child. Not an extremist Jew, Amish or Pastafarian.
If you think this is a good idea, then you are stupid. The better idea is not bringing mass populations of new immigrants, or illegals to your country whose primary beliefs are antithetic to democracy.
"A three-year-old child from London is one of hundreds of young people in the capital who have been tipped as potential future radicals and extremists"
"As reported by the Evening Standard, 1,069 people have been put in the government's anti-extremism 'Channel' process, the de-radicalisation programme at the heart of the Government's 'Prevent' strategy."
"The three-year-old in the programme is from the borough of Tower Hamlets, and was a member of a family group that had been showing suspect behaviour"
And I'll go further. If you think that the government has the right to "deprogram" any 3-year old child then you are a nanny-state loving bastard and super stupid. And I hate you.
The Canadian government is planning to strip terror suspect of his Canadian citizenship.
Perhaps this is a good start?
That would be the conventional wisdom for conservatives.
Well, I'm not really terribly conventional.
So I say, hey "Conservative" majority government: how about limiting the immigration to Canada by this type of chap?
And again, when I say "this type of chap" I mean having a serious, national "conversation" about immigration from countries that are either themselves democracies, have democratic inclinations or yearnings, or are providing Canada with immigrant individuals that at the very least must be required to swear fidelity to democratic values (at a cost of forfeiting citizenship and being deported) to their new country, to the values represented by Canada and to not subverting them.
In America, how about stopping the flow of illegal aliens bringing lethal, Third World diseases across the borders?
How about our betters in government stop trying to present us with band-aid , smoke and mirrors judicial and legal 'solutions' to an immigration policy problem?
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