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Why does Trudeau not show the same energy protecting these refugees as he does the Syrians?

 

 

“The Yazidis are an ancient religious minority of about 700,000 people, targeted for extermination by the so-called Islamic State in the autumn of 2014. The landscape of the Yazidi homelands in the Shingal Mountains of Iraqi Kurdistan is now pockmarked with the mass graves of Yazidi men. Yazidi women and girls have been enslaved by the thousands, subjected to rape and torture, forced abortions and innumerable unspeakable obscenities. Thousands of Yazidi women have escaped the jihadist nightmare, but most cower as “internally displaced persons” in Iraq, beyond the reach of the UN refugee system. More than 1,000 of the women have been taken in by Germany. Other than that, they are pretty well friendless.”

 

“Prime Minister Trudeau and Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion humiliated themselves by refusing to endorse a motion tabled by interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose condemning the atrocities committed by the Islamic State against the Yazidis as genocide. Trudeau and Dion insisted it was up to the UN to decide. Within days, in a grim and voluminous investigation report, the UN’s High Commissioner for Human Rights confirmed what anyone vaguely familiar with the Yazidi suffering had known for nearly two years: the Yazidis were being subjected to a barbarism that clearly surpassed the threshold of the United Nations 1948 Genocide Convention. Dion’s response: it makes no difference. We’re not changing a thing.” http://nationalpost.com/opinion/terry-glavin-governments-inertia-on-helping-yazidis-is-shocking-it-treats-genocide-like-an-inconvenience


Is the pm worried that this would reflect badly on the Muslim community as a whole, that muslims are extirminating another culture?

Besides the Trudeau government ignoring the plight of these refugees, another story is surfacing....yet another Isis thug is wandering around in this country. How did he get here and how many more are there??? Csis admits it doesn’t have the resources to track the ones that have admitted they are here.

 

 

“On Aug. 3, 2014, ISIL came for her people. The Kurdish Peshmerga, tasked with protecting them, fled, leaving them helpless. Nada and her two children — a boy, eight months and a girl, two — were separated from her husband and father-in-law, whom she never saw again.

The girls and women were taken to Mosul. As a married woman, Nada should not have been grouped with the girls, but she was. Their photographs were taken, overseen by an ISIL sex-slavery organizer (I’ll call him X; as you’ll learn, he remains newsworthy). They were taken to Raqqa in Syria, where Nada and her children were bought by an ISIL emir. For 10 days Nada was enjoyed by his soldiers. Then she was resold. In all she was passed around to 13 men, including X for some months. Her first owner eventually bought her back. She fell pregnant and gave birth to a baby girl, who was given to her owner’s family. Nada was eventually made “wife” to an Iraqi fighter. He would put a gun to her head or mock “hang” her children to keep her submissive. He would constantly tell her, “You are an infidel,” and “You are dirty.” But all her captors said those things constantly, including their kinswomen.

 

Canada accepted Nada and her children, but not her father or sister. She has been living in London, Ont., for eight months. Recently, on a bus, she recognized X — the slave-market boss who had owned her and used her for months. They got off at the same stop. X saw her, covered his face and ran off.

They got off at the same stop. X saw her, covered his face and ran off

 
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Nada went to the refugee centre and told them the man’s real name and his ISIL name. The official there responded that she was too traumatized to be sure of what she saw. And then that person reportedly told her, “Don’t tell anyone.””

http://nationalpost.com/opinion/barbara-kay-the-yazidis-are-on-the-brink-of-extinction-canada-must-do-more

 

 

Too bad Parliament has now recessed for the summer...trudeau won’t have to stand up and try to give non answers on why the government ignores the Yazidis, why more Isis fighters are here, while letting streams of economic migrants wander into Canada as “refugees”.

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We, the taxpayers of Canada are allowing this to take place.

When it's over we'll understand how easy it was for the comfortable folks to look the other way while one race began to wipe out another in WW 2.  

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On 6/23/2018 at 3:51 PM, DEFCON said:

 

When it's over we'll understand how easy it was for the comfortable folks to look the other way while one race began to wipe out another in WW 2.  

And you have posted multiple time that you support it.  Make up your mind.

 

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