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8 hours ago, Falken said:

And Trudeau said he wants to bring in another 350,000 immigrants this year! 

I used to believe that Canada needed immigrants to come in and do the jobs that the current occupants did not want to do.

But, now Trudeau has destroyed the economy and those jobs are all that is still here.

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I keep thinking that the time will come when the most ardent of liberal acolytes awaken from their slumber and ask a simple question.... "does this make sense?" As we approach the upper limits of

And Germany will be a predominantly Muslim country within a generation.  I have often said (on this very forum) that Islam and secular democracy are fundamentally incompatible entities. That's no

My point was that if I am born in Canada and have a Canadian Birth Certificate then I am FOREVER a Canadian Citizen.  Period.  That can never be revoked. if I choose to live in another country an

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The RELIGION OF PEACE strikes again.


Three dead as woman beheaded in France, gunman killed in second incident

A knife-wielding attacker shouting “Allahu Akbar” beheaded a woman and killed two other people in a suspected terrorist act at a church in the French city of Nice on Thursday, while a gunman was shot dead by police in a separate incident.


That being said, it's never really stopped. The media just got bored with reporting it. In the last 30 days.

During this time period, there were 138 Islamic attacks in 20 countries, in which 682 people were killed and 662 injured.

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It didn't take a genius to see this coming...The world is about to get a reality check on what happens when you ALLOW a religion to run amuck in YOUR country. At least this French politician isn't afraid to state the truth. Bravo Sir !


Nice residents mourn church attack dead as official warns of more militant attacks

France’s interior minister said on Friday more militant attacks on its soil were likely and the country was engaged in a war against Islamist ideology following the second deadly knife attack in its cities in two weeks.


Minister Gerald Damarnin was speaking a day after an assailant shouting “Allahu Akbar” (God is Greatest) beheaded a woman and killed two other people in a church in Nice.

The man was shot by police and is now in critical condition in a hospital.

“We are in a war against an enemy that is both inside and outside,” Damarnin told RTL radio. “We need to understand that there have been and there will be other events such as these terrible attacks.”

President Emmanuel Macron has deployed thousands of soldiers to protect important sites such as places of worship and schools, and France’s security alert is at its highest level.

Speaking outside the church on Thursday, Macron said France had been attacked “over our values, for our taste for freedom, for the ability on our soil to have freedom of belief...And I say it with great clarity again today: We will not give any ground.”

At the protest in Dhaka, however, demonstrators accused Macron of promoting Islamophobia.

“He doesn’t know the power of Islam. The Muslim world will not let this go in vain. We’ll rise and stand in solidarity against him,” said one, Akramul Haq.

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54 minutes ago, Jaydee said:

It didn't take a genius to see this coming...

And Germany will be a predominantly Muslim country within a generation. 

I have often said (on this very forum) that Islam and secular democracy are fundamentally incompatible entities. That's not the same as saying you can't make it work or that you shouldn't try... but do it right; and stop screaming racist at people who advocate doing it right (we have seen that on the forum too)

Pay upfront, do the damn thing right and be mindful of integration and demographic concentrations. Or pay later. The real problem is that liberals are adverse to paying for their "good ideas." It's always going to be the rich or the 1%.... it's like the diet that always starts tomorrow.

The deicers of the world will tell you what happened two hundred years ago and why that matters today. Soldiers and UN aid workers will tell you what happens tomorrow and how to avoid it today. Liberals will always embrace the former and ignore the latter which allows them to remain one step behind the curve... it has always been so IMO. 


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1 hour ago, Wolfhunter said:

Islam and secular democracy are fundamentally incompatible entities.

Paris was always my favourite destination, so I wish I could say I felt sorry for France but they brought this on themselves through unfettered immigration from Muslim countries. Over the period of 30 years I watched Paris degenerate into a Muslim society. If Trudeau is allowed to have his way, it is only matter of time before this happens here. Simply Google   "  Trudeau visiting mosques "  for proof of where his priorities lie.

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23 minutes ago, Jaydee said:

Paris was always my favourite destination

Not a Paris fan myself (anymore), but that said, I came within a heartbeat of joining the Legion back in the day.

My list of “no go unarmed” (NGU) destinations has ballooned in recent years. The underlying causes are mostly the result of liberal thinking and virtually all of those destinations, have, IMO, buyers remorse now.

They refused to take their time, do things incrementally and pay the cost of doing it right. I’m not suggesting that a compassionate immigration policy is a bad thing, only that the policy itself is the property of voting citizens…. they own it, not the government of the day.

The cost of getting it wrong, doing it wrong and piecemeal corrections after the fact, seasoned with fake liberal values (those are the ones you refuse to pay for) is hugely expensive and makes doing it right seem like a bargain to those who consider the ill effects after the fact..    

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7 minutes ago, st27 said:

Like the Danforth shooter, like the Nova Scotia shooter, WE scandal, SNC....why am I skeptical we will ever know the truth??

You beat me by seconds.

I would only add that the more you know about any of the circumstances, the more appalled and disgusted you become. 

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The causes of the crimes mentioned all have different circumstances....but my point was to illustrate the current government will shape, distort or just hide the facts to suit its agenda.

For example, yes the NS shooting was going to have an inquiry....just not one open to the public, until local MPs buckled, worried about future elections.

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Inquiries are expensive. Is there some particular reason why we need one. 

Hhhmmm....why would we try to find out how the RCMP could have done a better job...... possibly preventing the largest mass shooting in Canada’s history???

And here’s a couple I would like answers to:

“Darker questions have also emerged, such as why police ignored reports of the gunman's violent behaviour towards women, or why they ignored warnings he was amassing an arsenal and wanted to "kill a cop", and how he was able to liquidate C$475,000 ($350,000, £279,000) from his account in a single transaction.”


But that’s just me...

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“Darker questions have also emerged

Agreed, and the reluctance to acknowledge them is troubling. The biggest block to information flow is government lawyers actively suppressing it. I don't see any of this as fraudulent conspiracy theories. 

As in the case with SNC, I'm pretty sure there's more to it than bribes in the land of bribes. Y'all think the people doing the reporting there (like CBC) didn't carry suitcases full of money to bribe their way into and out of places? That's how it's done.

Cast your mind back to 2011 (ish), look a bit deeper at what SNC security operators were doing there, in full violation of UN sanctions BTW and.... while Canadian Forces were actively engaged in OUP operations. You have to look hard to find a peep about that stuff.

As is often the case, real "fraud" is perpetrated by those doing the name calling.... it's become so pervasive that I now judge (and ignore) people based on what they call others, it's a method that rarely fails these days.

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Vienna attack: Several feared dead in 'terrorist' shooting

At least one person has been killed and several more are feared dead after a shooting in central Vienna, according to the city's police.

Austrian Interior Minister Karl Nehammer said he believed the incident was an "apparent terror attack".

A number of suspects armed with rifles launched the assault in six locations, police said. Among the injured was a police officer.

One attacker was shot dead by officers during a large-scale security incident.

A number of people, including passers-by, have been taken to hospital with several reported to be seriously injured, Austrian broadcaster ORF reports.

Police have urged people to avoid the area and not to take public transport.

Road blocks have been set up around the city centre. Footage posted on social media showed people running as what was reported to be gunshots could be heard. 

"At the moment I can confirm we believe this is an apparent terror attack," Interior Minister Karl Nehammer told ORF.

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Austrian police arrest 14 in dragnet after gunman kills four on rampage

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VIENNA (Reuters) - Austrian police raided 18 locations and arrested 14 people in a massive dragnet on Tuesday, after a gunman killed four people in a rampage in the centre of Vienna overnight.'

The gunman, who was killed by police minutes after he opened fire on crowded bars, was identified as a 20-year-old convicted jihadist released from jail less than a year ago, who had managed to convince authorities that he was no longer a threat.

An elderly man and woman, a young passer-by and a waitress were killed in the attack, and 22 people including a policeman were wounded, Interior Minister Karl Nehammer told a news conference. Vienna’s mayor said three people were still in critical condition.

Describing the assault as a terrorist attack, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said in a televised address: “This is not a conflict between Christians and Muslims or between Austrians and migrants. No, this is a fight between the many people who believe in peace and the few (who oppose it). It is a fight between civilisation and barbarism.”

Authorities had previously said they could not rule out the possibility that other shooters were still on the loose and asked people to avoid the centre of Vienna, which was largely deserted on Tuesday with most shops closed.

Nehammer said footage of the incident filmed on mobile phones showed no evidence of a second gunman, although the possibility had not been completely ruled out.

The attacker, an Austrian-born son of immigrants from North Macedonia, was wearing an explosive belt that turned out to be fake. Vienna’s police chief said he was killed nine minutes after he started his 

He was identified as Kujtim Fejzulai, a dual citizen of Austria and North Macedonia, who had been sentenced to 22 months in jail in April last year for attempting to travel to Syria to join Islamic State. He had been released early because of his young age, in December.

Nehammer said Fejzulai had attended a de-radicalisation programme, but that “despite all the outward signs that he was integrating into society, the assailant apparently did exactly the opposite”.

Fejzulai had posted a photo on his Instagram account before the attack, showing himself with two weapons, Nehammer said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack.


Officials said the perpetrator had been armed with an automatic rifle, a hand-gun and a machete.

Witnesses described crowds being fired on in bars as people enjoyed a last evening out, in an area full of shops and restaurants, before the start of a nationwide coronavirus curfew.

Police said they had established at least three sites where attacks took place, one of them outside the main synagogue, which was closed.

The government announced three days of national mourning, and held a minute’s silence at noon.

Reporting by Francois Murphy in Vienna, Michael Shields and Silke Koltrowitz in Zurich, Andrea Shalal in Washington; Writing by Raju Gopalakrishnan and Kevin Liffey

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Militant Islamists 'behead more than 50' in Mozambique

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image captionHundreds of thousands of people have been forced to flee their homes, many of which have been destroyed, during the three-year insurgency (file photo)

More than 50 people have been beheaded in northern Mozambique by militant Islamists, state media report.

The militants turned a football pitch in a village into an "execution ground", where they decapitated and chopped bodies, other reports said.

Several people were also beheaded in another village, state media reported.

The beheadings are the latest in a series of gruesome attacks that the militants have carried out in gas-rich Cabo Delgado province since 2017.

Up to 2,000 people have been killed and about 430,000 have been left homeless in the conflict in the mainly-Muslim province.

The militants are linked to the Islamic State (IS) group, giving it a foothold in southern Africa.

The group has exploited poverty and unemployment to recruit youth in their fight to establish Islamic rule in the area.

Many locals complain that they have benefited little from the province's ruby and gas industries.

Map of Mozambique

The BBC's Jose Tembe reports from the capital, Maputo, that the latest attack was probably the worst carried out by the militants.

Many people are shocked, and they are calling for a peaceful resolution to the conflict, he adds.

The gunmen chanted "Allahu Akbar" ("God is greatest", in English), fired shots, and set homes alight when they raided Nanjaba village on Friday night, the state-owned Mozambique News Agency quoted survivors as saying.

Two people were beheaded in the village and several women abducted, the news agency added.

A separate group of militants carried out another brutal attack on Muatide village, where they beheaded more than 50 people, the news agency reported.

Villagers who tried to flee were caught, and taken to the local football pitch where they were beheaded and chopped to pieces in an atrocity carried out from Friday night to Sunday, privately-run Pinnancle News reported.

media captionThe Islamic State group has been behind the growing wae of violence in northern Mozambique

Mozambique's government has appealed for international help to curb the insurgency, saying its troops need specialised training.

In April, more than 50 people were beheaded or shot dead in an attack on a village in Cabo Delgado and earlier this month, nine people were beheaded in the same province.

Human rights groups say Mozambican security forces have also carried human rights abuses, including arbitrary arrests, torture and killings, during operations to curb the insurgency.

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It hasn’t been picked up by the CBC or Bell Media (Global News reported) but more embarrassing questions need to be answered by the RCMP.....

In October 2014, Canadian intelligence leaders were invited to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s headquarters in Chantilly, Va. The DEA had a theory: the upper echelons of global money laundering, terrorism, drug-trafficking and organized crime all bleed together. And only a handful of men in this murky world of extremely powerful criminals had organizations capable of laundering more than $10 billion annually.

The DEA undercover agents had infiltrated one of them, Pakistani national Altaf Khanani. They learned how Khanani used money mules and currency exchanges across six continents to collect cash for drug cartels in cities such as Toronto and Montreal. And many of Khanani’s transactions helped arm and finance terrorist organizations including Hezbollah and Al-Qaeda.

And the DEA had some information that would shock RCMP leaders.

Canada was becoming a major funding source for Hezbollah, which is designated as a foreign terrorist organization. And a few foreign exchanges in strip malls in north Toronto played a big part in Khanani’s narco-terror banking network.

“We knew Khanani could move money out of anywhere in the world, and that he was very active in Canada,” a U.S. official who attended the meeting in Virginia told Global News.

While the DEA was eager to partner with the RCMP in targeting Khanani and Hezbollah in Canada, it was unaware of a lurking danger. It didn’t know a fast-rising RCMP intelligence analyst named Cameron Ortis was also interested in Khanani and his Toronto currency traders, for his own reasons.

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France passes anti-radicalism bill that worries Muslims


Lawmakers in the French parliament's lower house on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a bill that would strengthen oversight of mosques, schools and sports clubs to safeguard France from radical Islamists and to promote respect for French values - one of President Emmanuel Macron's landmark projects.





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On 2/17/2021 at 7:16 AM, Jaydee said:

France passes anti-radicalism bill that worries Muslims

There are three things I dislike about liberals:

- their unwillingness to pay for what they want;

- Their inability to look around corners and anticipate problems; and 

- the long term effects of their "good ideas" producing a backlash that's more oppressive than the original "oppression" their good idea was supposed to fix.

Invariably, the backlash brought about by their  buffoonery is worse than doing the damn thing right in the first place. Please stop fixing things.... 

Many of us have been on the forum for a long time. Consider some of the "cause and effect" discussions we have had right here over the last few years and how our own projections (I'll call them fears) are coming to pass.

Some people will celebrate these efforts by the likes of France (and others).... I certainly don't. If it was possible to do it right or wrong they chose wrong at every fork of the trail. This (type) of thing has consequences too and is more likely to produce what they are seeking to avoid than that which they hope to accomplish. Germany is on track to becoming a predominantly Muslim country within 50 years, what happens right now has implications for the future.  

This was like watching a train wreck in slow motion while screaming "emergency air" long prior to impact. After the fact, when the debris is scattered across the landscape and toxic chemicals are seeping into the river, liberals will sarcastically ask "well, what would you do?"  



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7 minutes ago, Jaydee said:

Climate Barbie opens her mouth and ......

I keep thinking that the time will come when the most ardent of liberal acolytes awaken from their slumber and ask a simple question.... "does this make sense?"

As we approach the upper limits of hypocrisy and buffoonery, the ability to create more of it diminishes in direct proportion.... it reminds me of the simple definition of dew point:

The temperature to which unsaturated air needs to be cooled at a constant pressure to become saturated.

Who'd a thunk meteorology could provide lessons in life eh?

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French schoolgirl says she made up story that got teacher beheaded by Muslim radical

The 13-year-old student who claimed that her teacher showed Muslim students a naked depiction of the prophet Muhammad has admitted that she was lying. This lie led to the beheading of that teacher.

The History and Geography teacher, Samuel Paty of Paris, France, was beheaded by a Muslim radical after the story the young girl told gained international attention.

The student had told her father that the teacher kept Muslim students after class to show "a photograph of the Prophet [Muhammad] naked."

Her father then went on to file a legal complaint and began a full-on hate campaign against the teacher. This included creating videos detailing the accusations against the teacher.

Days later, Paty was beheaded by 18-year-old Abdullakh Anzorov.


According to Mbeko Tabula, the lawyer representing the 13-year-old, the teen wasn't even in class when the alleged incident she described would have taken place.

"She lied because she felt trapped in a spiral because her classmates had asked her to be a spokesperson," said Tabula to AFP News.

According to Le Parisien, the student was suspended from class that day for not attending classes, but she was afraid to tell that to her father. That's when she told the lies that cost the teacher his life.

She would not have dared to confess to her father the real reasons for her exclusion shortly before the tragedy, which was in fact linked to her bad behaviour," wrote Le Parisien.

Her father has now been arrested for "complicity in a terrorist killing." Prosecutors say that the father's actions had a direct "casual link" to the teacher's death.

The 13-year-old faces slander charges.  😡😡😡[partner]-[]-[link]-[japanese]-[bizdev]-[isapi]

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