Mulcair: Canadian Forces have no military role to play in Syria and Iraq

OTTAWA — Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper and NDP Leader Tom Mulcair are setting up sharply contrasting visions of the role Canada’s military can play in relieving an unfolding international humanitarian crisis that has consumed the federal election campaign.

Mulcair dismissed military action, specifically Canada’s current bombing campaign in Syria and Iraq, as a solution to the flood of refugees that is overwhelming Europe and galvanizing worldwide public attention.


 

Mulcair is a joke.

More war is necessary.

Unfortunately far more war than the west is willing to wage at this time.

Islam’s terror states, which when you think about it is all of them, will have to be confronted and crushed.

That is the future.

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