To minimize the mass-casualty attacks that are coming, we need to get tougher on crime
“…Should we see a lot of carnage on our streets — it might take three, four, five spectacular terrorist successes to sufficiently spook us — Canadians might set aside fair play, not to mention political correctness, and react, or overreact. During the FLQ crisis of 1970, we brought in the War Measures Act before a single person was killed, and during World War II we interned the Japanese, despite the absence of a single case of treason. In future, public pressure might well force our leaders to limit — perhaps altogether stop — immigration of Muslims.
Limiting Muslim immigration, in fact, may already have begun. In explaining why Canada is accepting relatively few Muslim refugees from the Middle East, Canada’s Immigration Ministry explained: “We make no apologies for putting the focus on people in need, some of whom are being persecuted based on their religious beliefs. Our priority is and will continue to be on those who are at risk because they are a religious minority, a sexual minority, or victims of rape.” While this explanation is reasonable it has the added virtue of comforting skittish Canadians — Christians and Yazidis represent no threat to our safety while some Muslims do. The decision to focus on non-Muslims also betrays a failure: We have not yet developed the means to confidently distinguish between those Muslims who would embrace Western values and those who would destroy them.”
With each passing day the need to limit and or curtail Muslim immigration gains currency. This is a good thing.