PM’s Security Adviser Channels Ancient Aliens Guy: I’m Not Saying It’s Muslims Who Fund Extremism … But It’s Muslims

Canada is struggling to stop the influx of foreign funds that serve to radicalize citizens and lure them into violent extremism, the Prime Minister’s national security adviser told a parliamentary committee.

Richard Fadden said the money often goes through religious institutions, which helps to shield it from further scrutiny.

“Without commenting on a particular country of origin, there are monies coming into this country which are advocating this kind of approach to life,” Mr. Fadden said on Monday before the Senate Committee on National Security and Defence. “Finding out where it all goes in the end, and for what purpose, is in fact quite difficult. A lot of these funds are directed through religious institutions, quasi-religious institutions, and it’s very difficult in this country to start poking about religious institutions, because of the respect that we have for freedom of religion.”

Mr. Fadden was answering a question from Conservative Senator Daniel Lang, who asked about the government’s response to funding from countries such as Saudi Arabia that promotes an “extreme jihadist” interpretation of the Koran.

  • Bert_1

    I wonder if the Saudis will change their tune when ISIS turns on them?

    • I think they bought a controlling share.

      • Bert_1

        Only as long as ISIS lets them control. The Saudi Royal family is outside the embrace of the Caliphate and are blocking its implementation. I wouldn’t want to be a Saudi for the next few years.

        • So far they have contained the dragon.

          • winniec

            Soddies will not change their tune. They will defend their dynasty and do whatever it takes, even a world war. Most of the Saudi family and their supporters at the top realize that Islam is false, but they go along with the pretense.

          • They are a horribly corrupt lot.

          • Bert_1

            That’s the scary part. A wild animal is always most dangerous when it is confined. The Saudis are just starting to flex their muscles – and they have the money to buy a LOT of muscles.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Tax exempt status for religions invites abuse.

    • Bert_1

      So does tax non-exempt status.

  • Alain

    I could not help but notice how he refused to state Islam or Muslim, because clearly it is those organisations which need to be monitored with a fine-toothed comb, not all religious or charity organisations. Of course in the future they may need to add a few so-called Christian or even Jewish organisations for funnelling money to Muslim terrorists. I also found amusing the turn of phrase “advocating this kind of approach to life”, which actually it is an approach to slavery and death. It is a death cult from start to finish. There was also the refusal to connect the dots between this and immigration, which means pretty much a waste of time, resources and money without dealing with a totally broken immigration system.

    • Yup immigration policy is a if not the root cause.

      Whomever thought it a great idea to invite Muslims to conquer us should be made to pay.

  • JoKeR

    But multiculturalism has been good for this country. Just look what it has done for family life.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Man, if I had that guy’s hair I would say whatever the hell I wanted to.

  • J. C.

    No matter the meme text, that pic of Giorgio cracks me up… 😉

  • pdxnag

    Piety in Islam leads to violence.

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    ‘”…. and it’s very difficult in this country to start poking about religious institutions, because of the respect that we have for freedom of religion.”’

    And Islam is a supremacist ideology wrapped in the cloak of religion, so it gets a pass here in the friendly and tolerant Western World.

  • Jim Horne

    War has already been declared. Western elites just refuse to believe it.

    The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmuts, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.</b)
    Recep Tayyip Erdogan – President of Turkey December 1997

  • moraywatson

    So stop blindly accepting that islam is a religion, treat is as the totalitarian political construct that it is, and follow the money.