Two suspected terrorists were arrested in Kington, Ontario. One of them is a 20-year old man named Hussam Eddin Alzahabi. The other is a teenager who can’t be named.
There are a few things about this that trouble me, aside from the fact that there are terrorist plots here in Canada.
The first is — we didn’t detect this crime.
The RCMP said they were told about it by the FBI, and they followed up. I’m grateful. But why did we miss it?
Is it because Ralph Goodale has told the RCMP to stop spying on possible Muslim terrorists — and to focus on fake threats that are more politically correct, like “right wing terrorism”?
This is the same Ralph Goodale who promised to, "have his officials review use of words like Sikh, Sunni and Shia to describe terrorist threats, after a report suggesting Canada was again at risk from Sikh extremism sparked fierce criticism."
Yeah, so we have Liberal ethno-politics trumping what our actual cops are saying. I wonder if that’s why we missed these accused terrorists, and the FBI caught them.
One of the fascinating details was that it took 300 personnel to catch these two men today.
If it takes 300 police and others to monitor one jihadi — how do you monitor 100? Or 1,000? Well, you can’t of course.
Maybe the thing is to let in fewer of them in the first place.
But do you know who the real victims are here? Well, according to the CBC, it’s the Syrians.
Community leaders work to head off anti-Muslim backlash after Kingston terror arrests
Groups want to send message that terror plot allegations have nothing to do with Islam
(Well, that’s not what the terrorists say. That’s what Ralph Goodale says, and what the CBC says.)
Islamic community groups, mental health workers and police officers met today to calm fears and discuss ways to prevent an anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant backlash in the wake of two arrests related to an alleged terrorist plot in Kingston, Ont.
So Syrian refugees are having their fears calmed. Who is calming our fears about being murdered by Syrian refugees?
The civil war in Syria is over. More than 95 per cent of the country is safe now. These "refugees" should go home and rebuild your country.
Trudeau spends about $50,000 on each refugee family when they arrive. That’s enough for airfare back home — frankly, and to buy an entire new house there.
I say we do it. Let’s be generous.
But let’s also stop being stupid.
Oh, by the way, right in the middle of all this breaking news, the CBC had a warning for us:
Trudeau warns fear-mongering over immigration will be part of election campaign
And note — this story ran last night, right around when the police were going to arrest the terrorist suspects. So Trudeau would have been briefed on that, even if the news hadn’t come out yet.
So this "warning" was scripted. And the CBC was happy to run the script.
If you question Trudeau, or his vetting of Syrians, or their bona fides as actual refugees, or why they’re still here, or all the serious crimes they’re committing — you are hateful!
So be quiet.
And stop fomenting hate, while Trudeau ensures that the local mosque has all the support they need to stay safe.
From you, you bigot...
(UPDATE: After this show was taped, Kingston police released Hussam Eddin Alzahabi without charges. However, the youth – "who cannot be identified under the Youth Criminal Justice Act – is charged with knowingly facilitating a terrorist activity and counselling a person to use an explosive or other lethal device in a public place with the intent to cause death or serious bodily harm.")
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