Who is to blame for the drowning of Alan Kurdi? Personally I blame the CBC. #elxn42

“…It’s a tragedy that should have brought out the best in all of us.

Unfortunately, the New Democrats and Liberals tried to use it to attack Chris Alexander and the Conservatives and depict them as heartless and cruel, in the most unethical and immoral manner.”


Between the CBC and Justin it’s hard to pick the the greater bag of shit on this issue.

The CEEB has essentially been in Blame it on Harper mode since this story broke, and Justin needs a kick in the ass every day.

  • BillyHW

    The father has gone back to Kobane to bury the wife and kid.

    Women should not be allowed to vote.

  • Fran800

    One of the best articles I have read by Tarek Fateh. One of the best on this subject.

    He says: “The fact is all these refugees fleeing war zones in the Arab World could very easily be accommodated in Turkey and Saudi Arabia.” I’ve been saying that to anyone who will listen for months.

    Notice the latest news is that Canada has offered the father citizenship now (what? without any residence at all?) and the man refused in a snit because he was going home. Good riddance. The entitlement attitude of these people has to be experienced to believed.

  • simus1

    A tie. Definitely a tie.
    The poll numbers must be atrocious for the leftist douchebags who surround him to try to get this rotten brainwave to fly.

  • canminuteman

    His idiot parents are mostly responsible. They didn’t have to risk their lives in an overcrowded boat to try to get from Turkey to Greece. They were perfectly safe in Turkey. Their backwards stone age culture that is not capable of building a civilized society anywhere on the planet is also to blame.

  • ed

    you should try some of the uk MSM daily dose of ” dawah “

  • I blame the CBC. Seriously. I also blame media like the CBC for phenomenon like the increasing numbers of Muslim youth who are attempting to go overseas and join the ISIS terrorists.

    Here’s why: Ever since 9/11/2001 the CBC has consistently fed the public with the propaganda that “Muslims are being persecuted; there is massive Islamophobia!”, etc. In other words, an entire generation of Muslim youth has been brought up believing that they are being terribly persecuted in places like Canada, when there is no factual basis to it.

    Well guess what? Now that generation of Muslims has grown up — they are now young adults. Hence, they are doing something that is completely logical according to what they have been brought up to believe by Canada’s Left-wing media: Join ISIS! Fight back against the Islamophobia and the Western persecution of Muslims! These Muslim youth are not “mentally ill”, as Thomas Mulcair has claimed. They are perfectly sane — joining ISIS is a logical step to eliminating the non-existent massive “Islamophobia” that media like the CBC have consistently propagated to us.

    The CBC tilled the soil and planted the seed. And ISIS is reaping the harvest.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    I wonder how the father will be received when he gets to Kobane. Something tells me that Kurds take a dim view of deserters in their fight for freedom.

  • kkruger71

    Never mind the dying media like the CBC, Google rankings is the biggest present danger. Try and do any sort of Google search for information without choosing which sites you want info from and putting in purely neutral terminology. Page after page after page of left wing sites like Tyee, Huffpo, Sumofus, etc. come up, with only the occasional link to a neutral or right wing source. Given that Google is how almost everyone under 40 searches for information (those that bother to search for any), that is where the battle will be/has been won.

  • But can CBC still beat up Chris Alexander after those damning facts of not even applying for refugee status got out?