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Thwarted Canadian Terrorist Attack Still Raises Questions

Note: This is a modified version of an article written for Frontline Security magazine. See the original here. Last week’s successful prevention of a terrorist attack merits Canadians’ appreciation for the effective work of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Ontario Provincial Police and local police. Thanks are also due to the FBI, which alerted […]

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Trudeau’s leadership MIA during terror scare

Terrorism threatens not only innocent lives, but also our collective sense of security. It is for this reason that the death of failed terrorist Aaron Driver, 24, in Strathroy, Ont. last week hit Canadians so hard. I was among the first three journalists at the scene of the police standoff in front of Driver’s southwestern […]

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U.S. Border Security Issues Piling Up For New Canadian Government

Note: This is a modified version of an article written for Frontline Security magazine. See the original here. When Canada’s new government assumed office almost nine months ago, it was clear that it had new policy priorities and that it was specifically intent on a more inclusive and consultative process for decision making than its […]

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Reclaiming the English Language from the CBC

The concept of language as a kind of lens or filter, or even straitjacket, cannot be over-stated. Wittgenstein said that the limits of language are the limits of one’s world. By that token, bilingual or multilingual people have broader vision. It is not what we look at — poverty, injustice, overpopulation, environmental degradation — that […]

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Allen West: What just happened up north is VERY concerning!

It is time we realized the difference between freedom of religion and religious speech — and seditious speech. As Written By Allen B. West: If you really want to know how jaded and biased the liberal progressive media is, just take a gander sometime. Right now, the most important news stories for them this week […]

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Montreal: Muslima screaming “Allah” runs over two cops, authorities rule out terrorism

An outbreak of mental illness in Montreal: “According to her behaviour and her words, one could think about an incident of a terrorist nature, but after investigation it was confirmed that there was no link to terrorist activity.” Oh, good. Let’s go bowling. “The prosecutor requested a psychological evaluation of the woman who is facing […]

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Top Canadian Imam reveals how Muslims helped Trudeau win the elections – CIJNews

Courtesy of: http://en.cijnews.com/?p=34083 RVS: Comment What Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau doesn’t seem to realize is that these Canadian Mosques (the majority supported by Saudi Arabia) have special privileges that churches, temples and synagogues don’t have – they can campaign politically using their facilities and tax status without consequence while at the same time preparing to […]

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Canada: “Police say the attackers are men, mostly with dark hair…Most spoke with an accent and many had moustaches”

It’s happening all over Europe, and it’s coming now to Canada and the U.S., courtesy of Obama’s traitorous immigration policies. “Sexual assault allegations in Halifax taxis spark warnings,” CBC News, July 25, 2016: A spate of taxi drivers accused of sexually assaulting women in Halifax has police investigating the perpetrators and offering safety tips to […]

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PM Trudeau! Please Assure Me and Canadians About Free Press

An Open Letter to Justin Trudeau about intimidations and threats from Muslim MPs in the government. Dear Mr. Prime Minister Hon. Justin Trudeau, As a journalist, a member of PEN Canada and a member of CJFE, I agree with you what you have clearly said last Friday that freedom of the press is very important […]

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Playing us for suckers: Benevolent Canada seen as ‘easy mark’ to take Australia’s refugees

When an Iranian man and a Somali woman set themselves on fire in an Australian detention camp on a small Pacific island recently, Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was coldly pragmatic, urging his country to hold fast to its refusal of all uninvited refugees. Australians “cannot be misty-eyed about this,” he said. Likewise, when Papua […]

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