Americans Wary Of Trudeau?

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada has an nine-year long record of supporting the Islamist cause while refusing to engage with reformist Muslims. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada has an nine-year long record of supporting the Islamist cause while refusing to engage with reformist Muslims. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada has an nine-year long record of supporting the Islamist cause while refusing to engage with reformist Muslims. With respect to ISIS fighters returning to Canada, Trudeau has argued that they will be a “powerful voice for deradicalization” and that those who oppose their return are “Islamophobic.” Furthermore, the Government of Canada is not adding the names of returning ISIS fighters to the UN committee responsible for the listing of international jihadists.

Many Canadians (and others) are starting to believe that Prime Minister Trudeau’s position on reintegrating and deradicalizing ISIS fighters is unreasonable, if not delusional. Canada’s “Centre for Community Engagement and Deradicalization” has no leader and no deradicalization centre. Nor does it appear to have plans for a program which could operate inside or outside of government. It is also not clear that the law of Canada could force a returning ISIS fighter to attend such a program, even if it did exist. In France, a similar government sponsored program was a failure.

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Trudeau laughs and shrugs off Canadian’s concerns about the 60 (the true number is impossible to know given our open borders and archaic laws) ISIS terrorists that have returned from combat or snuck in to our country and now roam our streets.  But for argument sakes lets pretend that the government’s (wishful) figures are accurate.   Read……. To keep a target under continuous surveillance, according to one experienced FBI source who asked to remain anonymous, could require three eight-hour shifts or perhaps two 12-hour shifts, with four special agents each shift. Several cars would be needed, sometimes even airplanes. If only one car was used, the… Read more »

BTDT
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BTDT

This is a bigger problem than this one incident. The Boyle story is only the latest in a growing tally of questionable decisions. And here’s the thing with this list: There’s a recurring theme.
It’s one thing for a politician to make a few lousy calls here and there that span a variety of subjects. But too many of Trudeau’s blunders focus on the same issue: extremism and radical Islam. Let’s do a roll call, the first item of which brings us back to the very beginning of Trudeau’s tenure.
http://torontosun.com/opinion/columnists/furey-too-many-of-trudeaus-errors-in-judgment-have-a-common-thread-radical-islam

Joey
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Joey

I am very suspicious of the apparent close connections between the Khadr family and the Liberal Party of Canada.  Very strange indeed.

FredR
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FredR

Nice hair, though.

donpear
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donpear

Boy does this guy make us look like complete fools, to use a mild term.