Welcome Fellow Criminals! CSIS flags Canadian online anti-Islam threat in Public Safety briefing

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.

 

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  • Jay Currie

    Leave to CSIS to find anti-Islamist groups advocating violence… ’cause look as I might I have yet to spot one.

    • Criticizing Islam and immigration policy makes us criminals.

      • moraywatson

        Howzatt? Proposing violence, or inciting to violence would make us criminals. Who is doing that?

        • Criticizing Islam and immigration = anti-Muslim invective, that makes you a criminal.

          • Rosenmops

            Hi CSIS! **waves**.

            I’m an old lady with two dogs and computer on my lap. Maybe they will bust down my door and put me in a head lock because I call Muslims arselifters and goat-humpers on the Internets.

          • Linda1000

            Lol … we are micro – aggressive now … tap-tapping on our keyboards – who knew. Well, if they come to my door I’m going to throw this dumb smart phone at them because most of the time it doesn’t work right and insists on spelling words wrong. For the first time in my life, I no longer feel safe in Canada or not in Calgary. Not much point of living in a city if you can’t go to or even drive through whole sections at night now. Even in daylight it’s not really a smart thing to do. Can’t shop at West Edmonton mall either because I can’t run fast to save my life from a bomb explosion or gunfire. I was followed around Superstore one afternoon by a guy in whose general culture group I’m old enough to his grandmother. Give me a break, rolling eyes. If that ever happens again, everyone will hear me scream and curse like a banshee.

          • Xavier
          • Canadian

            If it can be used to defend one`s life, it`s illegal.

      • Bataviawillem

        Yep, it is dangerous to be right, if the government is wrong.

    • Exile1981

      Well suggesting that a muslim rapist or grooming gang needs to be executed would to CSIS be a call for violence.

    • lolwut?

      Criticizing Islam is a form of “Micro-aggression”.

    • tom_billesley

      CSIS will salt the mine.

  • dagawker

    Save us CSIS? lol

  • Martin B

    Pack some warm clothes. It’s only a matter of time till you’re sent to an internment camp on Ellesmere Island. Meanwhile, you can be sure they’ll keep the floodgates open for more and more Muzz.

    • Petrilla

      Pack some warm clothes, will you know what to do bwhen the power goes out?

  • moraywatson

    Don’t propose violence. Simple.

    • lolwut?

      Slap on the wrists for terrorists and criminals is allowed though.

    • Minicapt

      It’s not proposed, but the offer is on the table.

      Cheers

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Who on our end is proposing violence?
      Team jihad on the other hand seems to get away with COMMITTING violence way too often.
      If “jihad” is merely a peaceful inner-struggle, then counter-jihad should have the same consideration.
      That fact that it doesn’t (with these dopes) tells me they’re liars and they know it, and it scares them that everyone else might find that out.

      • moraywatson

        Who on our end is proposing violence? I have the same question.

    • Xavier

      To the left, dissent is violence.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        And “free speech” is rape, war is peace, and diversity is strength!

    • Speaksvolumes

      Anything deemed “hate speech” is now, or will soon be, considered violence.

  • chayisun

    Could it be that the worm, as it were, is turning and the cult of islam is going to face violence? Why not, since they have been getting away with this crap for too long.
    I assume they, the followers of islam, will run, bleating to the press and government, about harassment and threats. Hide behind the very laws they detest.

  • wallyj180

    Dibs on top bunk !!!

    • Exile1981

      I snore so you don’t want to sleep in the same room as me.

  • Observer
  • Ron MacDonald

    CSIS has a mandate to investigate the possibility of domestic extremism.

    • Yes they’ve done such a fine job of coddling Islamists its no wonder.

  • Ho Hum

    More proof (not that we needed it) that the “conservative” government does not believe in free speech. They are the enemy. They are traitors. It was Blaney who said “remember the holocaust didn’t begin with gas chambers – it began with words” i.e. words must be criminalized.

    ISLAM=FASCISM No criticism of Islam should be considered “too extreme” or “criminal”. It would be like arresting people for criticizing the Nazi’s in the 1930’s.

  • lolwut?

    CSIS loves me, yes I know
    Cause Big Brother tells me so.

  • kkruger71

    Well, 15 years an it’s still the same old-same old. This is sounding eerily familiar to me.

  • Man_with_Hat

    “CSIS spokeswoman Tahera Mufti did not respond to requests for comment.”
    Geez, that says it all. Wonder if she’s related to Haj Ali Husseini, Hitlers’ Grand Mufti.

    • eMan14

      Perhaps she had a Mufti full.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Je suis un extrémiste international!
    These idiots are beginning to annoy me because they are such bad liars.
    There is no legitimate threat of violence from the counter-jihad sector, but they know that already. What they really fear is the average citizen discovering what they are up to.

  • Earlybird

    We’ll finally all meet for real, in the reeducation camp, cool!

    • Drunk_by_Noon
      • Xavier

        Wolverines!

        Crap I’m on the list CSIS now aren’t I?

    • eMan14

      Can I bring beer?

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Sure, why not? I’ll be bringing my liquor cabinet.
        They allow U-Hauls at internment camps, right?

        • Xavier

          Just bring some copper coils and I’ll take care of the rest.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            ‘Sounds good until you need a mixer, then what are ya going to do?
            😉

    • Xavier

      We can line up in numerical order for pictures!

  • Canadian

    I guess CSIS will be hiring a lot…

    • Ben Dover

      Probably mostly from recommendations from the Liberal Party of Canada and the Canadian Arab Federation.

      • Canadian

        So our spies will be dressed like women?

  • DVult

    I wonder if there are any jobs which involve surfing the net and posting inane nonsense.

    • Xavier

      Try Mediaite.

      • DVult

        Looks like a lot of libs with no sense of humor. We’ll see.

  • Petrilla

    Listening to the radio in the power outage tonight only 4 hours,, no one knows what to do or is prepared. No flashlight, no batteries, no candles, no water. pretty pathetic. No one is prepared, no one knows what to do. 4 hours. Get all of the above and have at least $200 bucks cash, get it from cash back. When the systems breaks down, cash , food and water will be your friend. A toilet holds one tank of water. A toilet without electricity is not your friend. You can flush it with some gallons you have saved. Prepare a bit, water, cold food, so happy I baked a loaf of sourdough today. If you do not have electricity, your smart phones are duds. I have a paid for a land line and it let my family know when I was back, none of them have one, land line, think again Prepare. I hate to think when it all goes down. You will all be cold and alone and not know what to do. Sad isn’t it? Most Canadians a generation ago knew what to do. Does this generation have a clue?

    • Linda1000

      So true. Stay at home inside your house safe not out on dark streets. What do you do for heat because furnaces and space heaters are electric? I just read this blurb on the power fail. Is this why you need more Wynne power, I mean wind power. 🙂
      https://ca.yahoo.com/news/power-outages-put-thousands-dark-005347473.html

      • eMan14

        No…we don’t need more Wynne power!

      • Xavier

        Don’t prepare for the end of the world; prepare for a week, at least as a start. Get a small knapsack and pack essential items in it. Buy a couple books on being prepared for emergencies. Think about what’s most important for you to have on hand – everyone is different but the usual list is water, food, shelter, self defense, and first aid.

        One suggestion, though: Mylar blankets are very effective at retaining heat and a pack of 10 is under $10. With a roll of duct tape, you can combine several to make an indoor tent or line the walls and ceiling of a small room to live in until the situation gets better. We keep a couple in the glove compartments of all the cars just in case.

        • Linda1000

          Thanks. The Mylar blankets seem like a good idea for the car in the frozen north. I don’t know about zappers being legal in Canada but will try to find out, lol.

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    *waves to the CSIS intern tasked with watching this particular BCF blogpost*

    I’m not a terrorist, or a terrorist sympathizer.
    I’m just a guy in Scarborough with an Arabic language online alias, who owns a stack of Korans, and who watches more than his share of Islamic beheadings.

    See? No terrorist!

  • lolwut?

    Given the whole Jihadi John thing with MI5,

    I’m willing to bet ISIS will begin targeting them and other agencies soon enough.
    A simple phone call saying you have information about a threat and they’ll come running blindly into a possible trap to seize one of their employees.

    When you’re kneeling on the floor in an orange suit with an ISIS flag on the wall behind you in some basement in a large Muslim population neighborhood in Canada somewhere, you’ll be thinking to yourself “Man, those evil right wingers on BCF weren’t so bad”.

  • CoolTolerance

    Almost every beheading and amputation, I’ve seen on websites. I look at very violent videos posted on websites. I transfer a lot of Muslim-related stories. My main goal in life is to inform re the dangers of Islam.
    And yes, I agree that too much immigration is a big problem. Am I ever in trouble? It will take a team of two to monitor me.

  • John Scott

    As a Canadian, I don’t accept a religion that teaches wife-beating, crucifixion, fighting, killing, more fighting, and more killing.

    I hope that fellow Canadians will make a stand against evil ideology.

    John