Since 9/11, we’ve become keenly attuned to what is happening in the realm of terrorism. It’s abundantly clear that Islamic extremists are attempting to destabilize various countries in the hopes of establishing Islamic kingdoms where sharia law rules and women are transformed into little more than sex slaves.
Ms Martinuk, having confirmed that she understands the enemy we all face, then homes in on Calgary.
…Calgary is a known hot spot for breeding radical Muslims and grooming them to join terrorist groups overseas. It is known that at least two young Calgary men have been killed in these wars.
OK, pause for a moment of reflection here. Has Canada enacted sensible legislation like Australia’s, to prosecute fanatics who go off to interfere in foreign wars?
But then the latest news. I add emphasis to the relevant words below,
Last Friday, Calgary witnessed pro-Palestinian demonstrators display a shameful disregard for tolerance, democracy and the rule of law in Canada. As has been reported, about 1,000 pro-Palestinians gathered on the steps of City Hall to protest Israel’s current military action in Gaza. A small number of Jews/supporters of Israel were also present.
Some Arabs took offence at their very presence and ripped the Israeli flag to shreds. When the pro-Jewish crowd began to back away in fright, they were chased and, reportedly, at least six (including two women) were beaten and taken to hospital.
They should have drawn their guns, fired warning shots, then, if the rabble failed to back off, opened up on the thugs engaged in vicious assault on defenceless people .
Ms Martinuk doesn’t go that far, but her description of Calgary, and Toronto, suggests it’s time for some kind of shake-up in Canadian law-enforcement.
Much has been made about the lack of police presence (and inaction) as they failed to intervene….similar protest was held in Toronto and, according to columnist Michael Coren, who was there, several hundred Palestinians gathered across from the Israeli Consulate and shouted hate-filled invectives and stereotypes that are reminiscent of lies propagated by the Nazis decades ago.
None of the protesters was interested in having a conversation or in allowing anyone to express an alternate opinion. Police seem content to not act or press charges because the events were “emotionally charged.”
Sod that for a crock!
What would be much more welcome would have been for these alien savages to be cavalry charged – by mounted officers armed with billy-clubs and side-arms, and then legally charged, for riotous assembly, incitement to hatred or any other suitable offences that would put them away for lengthy sentences.
Or better still deportation.
Arabs? Arabs are not French. They belong in Arab countries.
If people from Arab countries migrate to France, their loyalty is no longer owed to any Arab country, and certainly not to ‘Palestine,’ but to France. They cease to be Arabs and become French.
If they don’t so cease, they should be required to re-migrate.
If they put sectarian allegiance above their responsibility to be good French citizens, throw them out tout suite!
Same with Canada. And Oz, and anywhere else.
If they genuinely think a particular policy in Mid East affairs is in the interests of France, or Canada, or Australia, or the UK or the USA, fair enough, let them say their piece.
But if they are ranting and railing simply as an expression of sectarian solidarity, tell ‘em to take their ululations to somewhere far away – like ‘Palestine!’