Monday, April 27, 2015

Omar Khadr's boosters

His lawyer:

The media:

The National Post (editorial, no author named, but smells like Chris Selley channeling Dennis Edney):
It is time to give Khadr his first shot at building a life in the country of his birth.
Riiight! The country he left, with his al-Qaeda father, to fight on the side of our terrorist enemies.
Welcome back, Khadr!

The editorial then goes on to help Khadr build a case for a mega$ lawsuit against Canada.  That's probably his lawyer's real objective - a 30% cut.


Anonymous said...

You would think that with all the right winged conservative in Canada who despise omar and radical islam that there would be an uprising of some sort similar to Bundy standoff? Then again I guess considering that civilian militias are illegal in Canada, the right winged conservative facet are just too scared of the police and being investigated and arrested.

I mean because of 467.1(1) of the Criminal Code of Canada which states that 3 or more persons organized in a syndicate type thing are possibly considered a gang one might be scared to form a patriotic civilian armed group!

This section doesn't stop organized crime such as biker gangs and mafia families (yes we have them in precious little Canada) or stop terrorism but I guarantee you that the second someone did try and form a civilian group of patriotic citizens the RCMP would annihilate entirely and then hold a huge press conference to boast about it.

Meanwhile omar and his terrorists family are living happily ever after in Canada while ribbing their extrement in our cowardly faces and laughing all the way to the bank with the millions of dollars the government will give them.

Alain said...

Even the worst serial murderers have their groupies, and this bunch is the same. None of them have any sense of right and wrong, and in my opinion are no better than the criminal in question. Well, the difference being they lack whatever it takes to do the act but otherwise are the same.