Canadian airstrike alleged to have killed 10 civilians in Iraq

The CBC – doing everything it can to advance Justin’s Agenda.

It’s called War. Shit Happens.

  • andycanuck

    They tried that a few weeks ago I think while the election campaign was still ongoing and they had to backtrack on the claim. Assholes.

  • BillyHW

    Our journalists work for the other side.

  • mobuyus

    Fuck them!

  • Brett_McS

    A friend (and fellow Islamophobe) had on a black tee-shirt with white writing that on a quick glance appeared to be an ISIS T-shirt, until I looked more closely and it was a representation of a moose head. Didn’t need much adjustment.

  • I still maintain that the CBC is controlled by the NDP, not by the Liberals. But the differences between the two Parties are purely cosmetic at this point — since the Liberal swing to the Marxist Left. For pragmatic reasons, the CBC may as well publicly support the Liberals because they are doling out the big bucks now, without any ideological threat to either Party. Makes perfect sense to me, but I don’t know if anybody else sees it.

    The CBC is doing what the CBC has always done: looking for ways to condemn any action by our military that doesn’t conform with the CBC’s ideological narrative. Believe me, the CBC did not suddenly convert to “classic liberalism” upon the election of Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party. They are still hard-core Socialists aspiring to a “dictatorship of the proletariat”. And Justin is not a “classic liberal” — he’s the opposite. No threat to the fascist Socialist ideology of the CBC.

    • David Murrell

      I appreciate your stating that the CBC follows a fascist socalist ideology. The “fascist” side of the CBC is seen by their strong support for Islamism everywhere. The CBC, like Justin, wants us to pull our fighter jets out of Iraq, just to please the Isamic State Nazis.

  • Minicapt

    Next time, we try for 50+, to make the objective and non-partisan investigations quicker/easier?


  • Ho Hum

    Collateral damage is inevitable especially when ISIS is using human shields.

    A question I have is why after a year of bombing why didn’t the US coalition bomb the hell out of Iraq’s Oil infrastructure? Trump said it would be the first thing he would do. I see Putin is bombing the refineries and tanker convey’s headed to our “ally” Turkey.

    The US lead coalition has been nothing more than a show. They turned a blind eye to Turkey buying cheap oil from ISIS.

    • I agree, going to war with Obama is never a good idea.

    • canminuteman

      Obama is on the side of ISIS. He just can’t openly admit it.

  • Maggat

    It will be fun watching turdeau stick handle this one.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Canadian style imperialism again?
    If you are hunkered down within blast radius of jihadi fighters, then you are either a jihadi yourself, or you are the supportive friends and family of a jihadi.
    In any event, screw ’em.
    Taste the JDAM b*tches!

  • Xavier

    There are no civilians.

  • canminuteman

    The only people in the region who are Geneva convention protected soldiers are Assads army. Everyone else is an illegal combatant and not entitled to any protection. Who decided that these people were civilians and not illegal combatants?

  • Jim Horne

    What are the new rules of engagement for Daesh?

    Caedite eos. Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius

  • Dave

    There needs to be an airstrike on the cbc for aiding and abetting the enemy.