June 17, 2024
Trudeau plays politics with terrorism again
Violent extremists of any sort need to be condemned. So do those that would use terrorism to falsly malign their opponents.
Violent extremists of any sort need to be condemned. So do those that would use terrorism to falsely malign their opponents.

Justin Trudeau’s Liberals wouldn’t play politics with the list of designated terrorist groups would they?

Last Friday, the Liberal government added six new terrorist groups to their list of legally-designated terrorist entities. Being put on this list means that it is easier for the government to prosecute members and seize assets.

Four of the groups were Islamic groups active in Iran, Syria, Egypt, Bahrain and the Gaza Strip.

The other two groups were what were described as part of “an international neo-Nazi network.”

I’m good with all six groups being added to the list; I’m good with all six groups being chased out of Canada.

Yet in their public comments and in interviews, most of the media coverage, the focus was on the two neo-Nazi groups.

Why?

Could it have something to do with the Liberal government’s attempt to brand everyone that disagrees with them as a Nazi?

Unfortunately, I think so.

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