Damn Those Christadelphians! Canada sees 44% rise in suspected terrorism financing cases

Canada’s terrorism financing watchdog is referring a rising number of cases to security agencies every year, it said Thursday.
The Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada revealed to the Star that it passed along 337 terrorism financing-related files to law enforcement and intelligence agencies in the year ended March 2015.

That’s a 44 per cent increase over the 234 it referred in 2013-2014, and more than double the 157 reported for the year-ended March 2013. The previously undisclosed 2014-2015 figures are part of FINTRAC’s yet-to-be tabled annual report to Parliament.


A 44% increase? Boy it’s good that Justin is bringing in 25,000 potential donors, that’s gonna be a hard number to top next year.

  • WalterBannon

    Turdeau is a treasonous scumbag

    • He’s an Idiot mainly.

      • BillyHW

        He’s the Anti-Christ.

      • Alain

        His mental age did not keep up with the biological age of his body. Mentally he is stuck in adolescence.

    • Alain

      The same as the whole Liberal Party along with the NDP.

  • ontario john

    Gee, I wonder why the government is having army reservists guard the refugees at bases. “Sunny Ways”

  • Maggat

    Is halal raising money? If so don’t touch it and make you views known.

  • Surele Surele

    did anyone watched ‘brilliant’ Christia Freeland on Maher? Vomit inducing. In a big way: http://www.therebel.media/watch_bill_maher_tells_chrystia_freeland?page=2

  • FactsWillOut

    Trudeau can fix this very easily. Just strike a bunch of orgs off the terror list.

  • mauser 98

    i stole first 3 posts & headlines , pics , sites, put them into an email and sent it out to 20 people

    thx BCF

  • ontario john

    The “elites” that run the media are reminding us tonight again on newscasts that ISLAMOPHOBIA IS RUNNING WILD IN CANADA!!!! And please remember, muslims killing people around the world has nothing to do with muslims.

    • Alain

      I am still waiting to see even a modicum of islamophobia, but it just never happens. Ah, if only it were true.

  • canminuteman

    Yawn, It’s probably nothing. (sarc)

  • Waffle

    Interesting side note: my Texas bank shuts down access from out-of-country account holders every time there is a terror alert. Last time was July 1. They’ve also tightened their fraud precautions — if you swipe your card the wrong way or misenter your PIN a couple of times, they cut you off.

    • mauser 98

      Wells Fargo wanted my thumb print to get cash advance in Florida 3 years ago… said no , walked 15 feet to ATM

  • Alain

    That 44% is only what they have discovered. I wager it is much larger.

  • Exile1981

    BCF; your miss imterpretting the stats. That 337 number is not donors it’s accounts being used by groups to funnel money to terrorist groups. In all likelihood each of those accounts is a mosque or other non profit and they have hundreds or thousands of donors each.

    The way they set it up is like this:

    They form a charity. The charity says they are raising money for orphans in syria. Then they go out and solicit donations. They set up outside malls etc and get donations and give out tax reciepts because they are a charity. Now among certain groups they are honest and say they are collecting money for weapons for isis and they get donations from a different group than the 1st ones, but they also gettax reciepts.

    Now once they raise x millions they send a cheque or money order to a group in syria and the money is gone and the account here is closed. Fintrac notices the money was moved but they can’t stop it if it was done certain ways.

    So the rcmp start investigating. But the problem is how do they differentiate between the 2000 or so people who donated knowing it would fund terrorism and the 20 or 30k who thought they were helping orphans?

    So the increase in terror funding could represent 100k of donations each or more and are they representing larger or smaller amounts? Fintrac doesn’t release that info usually. But a decrease in value with an increase in # of accounts could just mean more smaller transfers; but I suspect it’s more and larger based on something I heard.

  • Exile1981

    As a side note on Fintrac. They audited all the major banks this year for compliance. That included do they notify Fintrac about the things they are required to report? Do they watch for smurfing and other tricks used to hide transactions…..etc

    Anyway turns out that TD, CIBC, and BMO all failed their audits but that didn’t hit the news at all. One is in big trouble for major failures to report. Those are the big three but the next two biggest (Scotia and ATB) both passed.

    I’d love to see a report on that. Heck the Fintrac report cards should be public info so Canadians can decide if they want to bank with a bank that is either incompetent or an active accessory to islamic terror.