The US and Canada share the longest undefended border in the world. There hasn’t been a reason to defend it because there hasn’t been a serious threat from either country in a couple of hundred years. There is now. Canada is today the happy home of thousands of radical Islamists, ex-ISIS fighters and the Muslim Brotherhood. Their numbers continue to grow, with Islamists infiltrating the Canadian government on several levels. Many Americans assume that all is peaceful and well with their northern neighbour. But security experts warn that by welcoming radical Islamists, Canada now presents a danger to the United States.
Terrorism expert David Harris, who worked for the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, said a major attack on the United States by Muslim extremists based in Canada is “only a matter of time.” “Many years ago I suggested that many of the Islamist extremists might regard Canada as a place from which to maintain operations against the United States,” Harris said. Thomas Quiggin, the author of Submission: The Danger of Political Islam to Canada, believes, “Canada is becoming a base for Islamists of all stripes including Iranians.” Quiggin says Canada is in denial over the terror threat it has created. And the denier-in-chief seems to be Prime Minister Trudeau.
Prime Minister Trudeau said that if you are opposed to ISIS fighters returning to Canada you are Islamophobic. In other words, they are not the issue. It’s your opposing their return that makes you Islamophobic and racist.” Toronto Sun columnist Anthony Furey said, “There is the idea that we need to welcome everyone because everyone’s wonderful. This notion that ISIS fighters are deserving of respect and cultural accommodation just as much as anyone else is nonsense.” Trudeau has sent official greetings to Canada’s annual ‘Reviving the Islamic Spirit’ convention and personally attended in 2012, even after reports the event was linked to a group that had funded Hamas.
Trudeau told the gathering in his 2015 greeting, “This is about celebrating our shared beliefs of fairness, equality, opportunity, and acceptance.” Quiggin asks the Prime Minister, “Do you know who you’re talking to? And why would you say that you share their values when their values are anti-democratic, anti-women’s rights, pro-slavery and pro-stoning of women?
The stuff on their websites is startling.” There have been “lone wolf” attacks on the US from Canada. Muslim terrorists tried to cross the border to blow up LAX in 1999. But the Islamist threat in Canada has been played down.
The attack on the Danforth in Toronto, where two women were killed and 13 injured, has been spun by the police and media as a mental health issue on the part of the gunman. Furey said “The statement which said the suspect Faisal Hussain had mental illness had actually been put together by a spin doctor who’s associated with the NDP, Canada’s left-wing party, and also a Muslim community activist.” Much of Canada’s mainstream media seems to stand with the Islamists. The Toronto Star announced it was no longer using the name ‘the Islamic State’ because something so barbaric could not be ‘Islamic.’
Parliament passed the anti-Islamophobia motion last year. Critics call it an attempt by the government to silence criticism of Islamists in Canada. Islam is today the fastest growing religion in Canada, and Montreal-based Terrorism expert Marc Le Buis says the demographic change because of immigration from the Islamic world is not only profound but dangerous. “The vast majority of Sunni based Islamic institutions in the province of Quebec and Canada are Islamist, Le Buis said, “They can be non-violent but they still push to have Sharia.” Le Buis says. Islamists have infiltrated Canada’s government and its security services, sometimes at the invitation of the government.
“The Police force in Ottawa has specifically recruited radical preachers into the police force,” Le Buis said. In addition the government has funded terrorism, through its financial support of some Muslim groups, Quiggin said. And if terrorists based in Canada attack the US, Quiggin won’t be surprised. “In the past, Canada had a defence, Quiggin said, “We could say, ‘Look we tried to get this stuff stopped but we failed.’ But if it happens this time we don’t have that defence.” Le Buis says, “The problem is so advanced and government agencies in charge of our national security are so compromised, that it will be very, very difficult to be able to turn things around.”
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