Jihad Justin – Rights Of Women
Trudeau Liberals weaving ‘welcome home’ mat for ISIS returnees
In the nation’s capital, thousands made their way to work as usual, many passing the National War Memorial without giving a second thought that, exactly four years ago on this day, an unarmed Cpl. Nathan Cirillo standing guard over the spectacular monument in the approach to Remembrance Day lay dying at its feet.
If it were sacred ground before, it is more so now.
With returning Canadian-born ISIS fighters now in the news, we know where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stands concerning such a homecoming, based on what he told CTV two years ago, despite Cirillo’s murder and in spite of the atrocities they may have committed in Syria and Iraq
Justin Trudeau insists Islamic law isn’t incompatible with democracy. The American Center for Democracy disagrees. Who’s right?
Canada continues to support and implement Sharia Law.
The American Center for Democracy (ACD) quotes Imam Aasim Rashid of Vancouver, British Columbia, who spoke in October 2017 at Thompson Rivers University, explaining why the Canadian government wants to implement Sharia Law.
“I’ll tell you who wants to bring Sharia Law,” Thompson said then. “The Canadian government wants to bring Sharia Law and this is not a joke. Why? Because Sharia Law is simply the way Muslims are doing things.”
Justin Trudeau Welcomes Sharia to Canada and Is a ‘Complete Idiot’
He doesn’t care what Islam does to peoplekind.
John Robson: The right to defend ourselves
The state still grudgingly lets us carry knives to peel apples or remove stones from horses’ hooves. But for self-defence, it’s a crime
Can someone please tell me why a Canadian woman isn’t allowed to stick a knife in her purse to protect herself against rapists and others who might want to cause her harm? And by “someone,” I mean our new justice minster, Jody Wilson-Raybould, who’s about to undertake a sweeping criminal justice review.
Self-Defence and Firearms in Canada
After a recent incident where an Okotoks, Alberta farmer was charged as a result of shots fired during a robbery at his home by two persons at night, Sgt. Shawn French of the RCMP reportedly gave the following advice:
“We encourage property owners to not attempt to pursue or subdue any suspects, with the main reason public safety. We don’t want to see people getting hurt. We’re trained to handle these situations. We do treat them as priority calls and we try to get there in the most expeditious manner as possible.”1
How can women protect themselves if self-defence weapons are illegal?
Just a few months ago, I was mugged at knifepoint. Although a jarring experience, after going through everything I realized how lucky I was to have only been mugged. If it had been someone who wanted to do physical harm to me they easily could have; I didn’t have anything that could have protected me, nor was there anything I could have done or said to defend myself if the situation turned that way. I realized that I was and still am vulnerable, and I had to do something about it. I thought about taking self-defence or kick-boxing classes but they are either too expensive, far away, or I just don’t have the time for them. Instead, I looked to purchasing self-defence weapons as a final resort, but unfortunately, all weapons used for self-defence—pepper spray, mace, tasers, and the like—are currently illegal in Canada. I, and many women who wish to have something to defend themselves (or even just have a little peace of mind), have very few options.
Gov. Kristi Noem to sign ‘Constitutional carry’ bill into law