Thursday, July 07, 2005

Terrorist In Your Backyard??

Those crazy Al-Quaeda lunatics are at it again. The London tragedy is sad, but not surprising, as Britain is considered part of their target group. Canada is also included, but many (apathetic) Canadians don't think it will happen here (it's part of that superiority complex that drives the left).

Since 9/11, the pacifist Canadian gov't has allowed terrorist groups to continue to set up shop in Canada, directing terror activities worldwide from their safe havens in Ontario and BC (I guess they didn't consider the loss of Canadian lives in 9/11 a big enough threat).

As far back as 2002, CSIS has been trying to raise awareness of our vunerability as, not only a target, but a serious threat to our southernly neighbours. These folks experienced a scenario so frightening in nature that they have been left severely bruised and will forever be overtly cautious of anyone who even looks like they might pose a threat. This reaction is a natural one.

CSIS Director W.P. Elcock, giving an address in 2002 stated:

"Terrorists have sought haven in Canada. Hardly surprising, given our reputation for openness – both for money and people – along with probably the most multi-ethnic population in the world drawn, in part, from areas of conflict around the world. The issue is, what we as a country do to prevent those who seek such haven from succeeding?"

How about sending them back to their country of origin where it would make it harder for them to direct activities with such freedom and technological advances??

Do you have one living across your backyard? Check out the MacKenzie Institute link - where they published the names of known terrorists (as at 2003) living and operating in Canada (notice the bulk of them live in the land of the leftist loonies).

If I were an American, I wouldn't feel too comfortable having known terrorists living that close to me, especially knowing that the areas where these villians live are well endoctrinated in the anti-American vitriol.


At Thu. Jul. 07, 11:17:00 a.m. MDT, Blogger Linda said...

Excellent -- will add the MacKenzie Institute link to my post -- Canada's inaction on this issue is a real travesty of justice and I don't blame our American neighbors for being seriously ticked off.

At Thu. Jul. 07, 12:34:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Zubari Zubari said...


At Thu. Jul. 07, 02:44:00 p.m. MDT, Anonymous Noel M said...

Pray tell, what venerable Canadian institute would they bomb? Tim Hortons? a casino? a strip club in Montreal?

Talk about "superiority complex that drives the left"... I think you've jumped on the bandwagon. You seem to forget that the largest population centers of Canada are about equivalent to suburbs of New York, L.A or London.

It should be noted that the MacKenzie Institute report fails to mention the Roman Catholic Church, which has been known terrorize MPs who supported SSM, or the Right to Life crowd, who've been known to terrorize abortion clinics.

At Thu. Jul. 07, 03:03:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Aizlynne said...

Noel... get your head out of your ass please.

Not that you would know a bloody thing about Alberta, but the last time I checked up the highway, there were sour gas wells all over the place - oilfields pumping oil.

Which just PROVES my point - you lefties are only concerned about what goes on in YOUR LITTLE WORLD.

Comparing religious opposition to SSM to the bombing in London today is a fuckin insult to Londoners. If I had a long enough arm to reach through the monitor, I'd slap you upside the head.

At Thu. Jul. 07, 03:09:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Zubari Zubari said...

This Noel M is a laugh:

"I'm a child of the 60s - nurtured on free love, protest marches and utopian sci-fi novels, which, undoubtedly, explains my libertarian socialist tendencies. As such, I'm much more inclined to wistfully sing one of my favourite John Lennon songs...

"Imagine there's no heaven, It's easy if you try.."

At Thu. Jul. 07, 03:14:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Zubari Zubari said...

I tried to find something else funny on his site, but I fell asleep .. .. .. zzzzz.. zzzz zzz ...

At Thu. Jul. 07, 03:25:00 p.m. MDT, Anonymous Noel M said...

A dispassionate, objective study of history shows that religion, politics and economic disparity are responsible for just about every war or conflict mankind has ever suffered. The only way to ever really end war is to eliminate the causes.

At Thu. Jul. 07, 03:49:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Zubari Zubari said...

Yes, I'm sure you'd love to do some eliminating.

At Thu. Jul. 07, 04:16:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Canadi-anna said...

A dispassionate, objective study of history shows that religion, politics and economic disparity are responsible for just about every war or conflict mankind has ever suffered. The only way to ever really end war is to eliminate the causes.

The cause of war is ego. I'm better than you. You don't respect me enough. Period.
Religion, politics, economic disparity -- they are all just excuses.

Think of any war, and what you have is one or many megalomanics acting out their world domination fantasies. Politics is part of that, but only because politics draws egotists.

Canada's laissez-faire immigration policy makes us a perfect haven, which might be our 'saving grace' as far as being a target goes, but dismissing concerns because 'it can't happen here' is silly.

As for "the Roman Catholic Church, which has been known terrorize MPs who supported SSM"

You've made an ugly parallel here -- one that makes it very hard to take seriously the idea that you could take 'a dispassionate, objective study' of anything.
I don't know whether you are trying to minimize this terrorist attack, or to elevate the church's refusal of communion to non-practising Catholics -- either way, it's vile.

At Thu. Jul. 07, 05:33:00 p.m. MDT, Anonymous Noel M said...

My point was that the notion of who may be a "terrorist" depends very much on which side of the conflict you're on. In no way did I mean to diminish the atrocities of today, nor did I mean to say that the actions of the church were as atrocious. All acts of terrorism are cowardly, whether they be an all out assault on a foreign country or the bullying of a young child. I condemn them all. I don't believe that violence, either physical or psychological, is the answer to anything.

At Thu. Jul. 07, 06:53:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger v said...

Noel Coward wrote:"...fails to mention the Roman Catholic Church, which has been known terrorize MPs who supported SSM"

A dispassionate, objective study of this statement shows that Fée Noel is an extremist and a bullshitter.

Silly Liberal! Hahaha!

At Thu. Jul. 07, 07:06:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Zubari Zubari said...

Hold the presses! Noel M condemns bullies, priests, al-Qaeda!

At Thu. Jul. 07, 07:07:00 p.m. MDT, Blogger Zubari Zubari said...

So why was Spain attacked in the first place anyway?

I wonder if Bush was involved in this somehow:

"In April 711, the Arab governor of Tangiers, Tariq ibn-Ziyad, crossed the strait between what are now Morocco and Spain with an army of nine or ten thousand Berbers (the place where they landed was soon to have a new name, the rock of Tariq, Jabal Tariq — Gibraltar). Goth King Roderick hastily took an army south, but Táreq and his Berber troops defeated it in a battle near the River Guadalete, and the king himself was never seen again except in legend. Tariq ordered that a group of prisoners be cut into pieces and their flesh boiled in cauldrons, then released the rest, telling them to spread the word about Moorish practices."

At Fri. Jul. 08, 11:32:00 a.m. MDT, Blogger Canadi-anna said...

Noel --'Terrorists' deliberately target civilians. They are not defending, nor representing any nation-state with clearly defined interests, goals or intentions. They strike without warning, aiming to do the most damage and instill the most fear into an unarmed populace.
They cannot be subdued by conventional methods. They cannot be located by tradition means.
Through violence, they are not advancing an agenda -- they are perpetrating atrocities.
Whatever you might say about conventional war, it has rules. Some countries and people don't follow the rules but there are ways to address their 'war crimes'. A faceless enemy who blends in with the population, who lives and works next door -- then blows up the place --- is a terrorist.
What don't you get about that?
The condemnation of all violent acts -- or in fact giving them moral equivalence -- is tantamount to giving terrorists carte blanche.
While our apologists insist we find peaceful means of conciliation, those pesky terrorist are thinking of a way to blow them up.

At Tue. Jul. 12, 07:31:00 p.m. MDT, Anonymous Noel M said...

You don't have to lecture me about terrorists. Their tactics are designed to terrorise, which is why they wouldn't be bombing the oil fields of Alberta, or the wheat fields of Saskatchewan, or the black flies of Manitoba. They go after large centers of population, where they can produce the most terror.

Of course, here in Canada, we have the fear mongers to do the job for them. We don't need any bombers.

The Brits have the best attitude - f**k 'em. Carry on. Ho hum. What's for dinner?

So, enlighten me in the ways of the force. If conventional methods can't locate and subdue them, what would you do?

At Wed. Jul. 13, 08:38:00 a.m. MDT, Blogger Aizlynne said...


I am not sure where the article was, but they had a brief post of it in the paper.

Are you aware that Immigration just allowed 2 KNOWN terrorists into Canada. One of them is now living in Montreal.

In 2004, the PM was notified of 2 serious security issues about the subway in Toronto being bombed. They have also caught people taking pictures of the Subway, etc.

My question would be why are we allowing KNOWN terrorists into the country?? Isn't that one of the best ways to start - deporting known terrorists and not allowing new ones in. You don't have to have studied rocket science to figure that one out.


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