We know Justin Trudeau thinks it’s wrong to incarcerate ISIS fighters returning to Canada because it might be considered culturally-insensitive in some circles.
Instead of the stick, Justin employs the carrot, hoping to “reprogram” these aspiring Canuck Islamists.
Could his inspiration for trying to transform our homegrown Sharia soldiers into model Canadian citizens be Stanley Kubrick’s classic film, A Clockwork Orange?
In a dystopian Britain of the future overrun with violent criminal gangs, a desperate government embraces a kinder-gentler approach opting to reprogram hooligans rather than cracking down on them, sometimes even rewarding them.
Fast-forward to nonfictional Canada of today and we see the homecoming of several wannabe martyrs who have taken part in rape-and-pillage vacations in the Middle East.
Instead of introducing them to cozy jail cells, they’re taking part in poetry classes, kind of like convicted terrorist Omar Khadr getting a $10.5M cheque and public apology courtesy of the taxpayer maybe?
The parallels between A Clockwork Orange and how this government treats jihadis is uncanny and unsettling, and just like in the fictional story, such lunatic Liberalism is doomed to fail.