Saturday, August 31, 2013

Justin Trudeau Wants Compensation For Terrorists

Yes, this creature could be the next Prime Minister of Canada. You remember the Shiny Pony, who prayed at the British Columbia Muslim Association (BCMA), where he wore Pakistani garb, while sitting up front (while the women he espouses to defend in terms of equality sat in the back...)

He thinks Omar Ahmed Khadr, convicted terrorist who murdered American Army Medic Christopher Speer in Afghanistan in 2002, should be treated justly and receive compensation, due to his "hard time" served at Guantanamo Bay...

Please, for all that is decent, contact your local Member of Parliament and DEMAND this person be removed from his position as the Leader of the Federal Liberal Party. He is clearly a traitor and an Islamic Convert ("revert").

Click HERE to watch video from Sun Television Media with Ezra Levant:


Read the article HERE regarding Islamic bigotry, written by Tarak Fatah:


This politician panders and we suspect he's a convert. Look at how he trussed up his wife and mother for a photo-op:
Trudeau: Omar Khadr should be treated like 'any Canadian'
"Yeah, Baby! I want to run Canada, oh yeah!"

("Help us!")

HALIFAX — Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau isn't ruling out compensation for Omar Khadr for the time the convicted terrorist served in Guantanamo Bay.

"Omar Khadr needs to be treated the way we treat Canadians according to the rules that exist, according to the laws and principles that govern," said Trudeau, adding the former teen soldier should be treated like "any Canadian who as been incarcerated outside of the country.”

"We need to be fair to the way we treat Canadians, and if people don't like the way the laws are now, well then, they need to change them," Trudeau said.

Trudeau made the remarks in Halifax Friday during a Nova Scotia tour supporting provincial Liberal Leader Stephen McNeil in a yet-to-be-called election.

"Justin Trudeau is in way over his head if he thinks convicted terrorist Omar Ahmed Khadr should get special compensation,” Steven Blaney told QMI Agency.

Khadr went to Afghanistan to fight for the Taliban after the terrorist attacks of 9/11.

The then 15-year-old was captured in Afghanistan 2002 by U.S. soldiers after he threw a grenade and killed U.S. Army medic Christopher Speer.

Khadr, who was born in Toronto (but spent all of four years in Canada because he was a Child of passport convenience...), pleaded guilty to murder and terrorism as part of a plea deal in 2010 for his war crimes.

He is now serving time in Edmonton where he is eligible for day parole.

In June 2010, the Supreme Court of Canada unanimously ruled Khadr's rights had been violated while being held in the American detention centre, opening the door to possible legal challenges and compensation requests in Canada.

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