Canada’s spy agency is eyeing the threat of a budding anti-Islam movement online.
CSIS flagged well-known warnings of the persistent menace posed by terrorist groups al-Qaida, Hezbollah and the more violent and radical Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL, say notes obtained through the Access to Information Act.
But under the heading Domestic Extremism, the spy service also underscored what might be the flip side of that coin — the recent development “of a Canadian online anti-Islam movement, similar to ones in Europe.”
CSIS characterized it as an “ongoing risk, particularly as its proponents advocate violence.”
The Sept. 18 briefing for Blaney’s office came a little more than a month before soldiers were killed in Canadian attacks just two days apart — murders committed by young men that authorities say were motivated by Islamic extremism.
All governments seek to criminalize dissent, especially those culpable of a massive a crime against their own countrymen.
The mass import of adherents of the Islamic cult by successive governments has placed Canadians at risk and served to undermine our society.
You can bet your ass they’ll do anything to prevent being held accountable.
4,782,338 Page Views and 2,595,499 Unique Visits to BCF in 2014 makes for a lot of fellow criminals.