The Rising Cost Of Islam: Stephen Harper visits Kuwait, talks to troops fighting ISIS

Stephen Harper capped a whirlwind tour of Canada’s combat operations with a speech to the aircrews and maintainers carrying out the bombing campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

ISIS is waging “a war of enslavement and extermination” in Iraq and Syria against “anyone who is different than they are,” Harper told the troops at Camp Patrice Vincent on Sunday.

“That’s why, as the national anthem says, you stand on guard, alongside a wide coalition of the international community, to comfort and defend the innocents in this part of the world and to make sure this threat does not despoil our home and native land,” he said.


Talk about your despoiling…

If you stood on guard for Canada you would never have permitted Mass Immigration by adherents of the Islamic cult, you know those folks that are causing us to run up a massive domestic security bill, to compromise our civil liberties, not to mention the cost of your latest Mid East adventure which is now north of a billion and counting.

  • Ron MacDonald

    When this war is over they are going to have to rebuild and they will purchase from their friends, Canada stands to make a fortune reconstructing the country.

    • I doubt it will be over, the IS can’t be defeated by air-strikes.

      The only progress the Iraqi’s and Kurds have made against IS has resulted from coalition air strikes made in conjunction with ground assaults.

      We can’t stay there forever, and if civilian casualties mount then no other government will want to either.

      • Ron MacDonald

        It’s time Arabs started fighting their own battles, why should western soldiers get either killed or maimed on their behalf?

        • We are Saudi Arabia’s hired mercenaries. Nothing more.

  • Martin B

    I try to stay on the sunny side of life, but it’s hard not to feel hopeless when even a Conservative PM doesn’t realize that standing on guard for your country and keeping the flood gates wide open are mutually exclusive.

  • Minicapt

    If the munitions being delivered by our chaps are ‘Made in Canada’, then it is good for the economy.