CSIS Disrupted Nearly 2 Dozen Threats By Nothing To Do With Islam Terrorists Since Fall 2015

OTTAWA—CSIS agents have used the extraordinary powers of Bill C-51 to disrupt suspected terrorist threats nearly two dozen times since last autumn, even as public and political debate over the new terror law still rages, Canada’s top spy revealed Monday.

2 dozen threats is a fair number for such a short period, I wonder what group could be behind this.

And the cost is skyrocketing: “Coulombe said 50-55 per cent of CSIS resources are now focused on counter-terrorism efforts”, that’s a lot of money to spend on something they can’t name.

The Star story doesn’t say and neither does CSIS.

Was it the Japs?



Hare Krishna?

We may never know.

All I can say is thank goodness it wasn’t Muslims, the thought of Justin apologizing in a Mosque on behalf of terrorists, again, just brings me to tears.

PS. The original pic (pre-shop) accompanying this post is of Hezbollah supporters prancing about at Queens Park in Toronto that I took at the annual Muslim family fun event known as Al Quds day.

Justin’s adviser and Muslim 5th columnist Omar Alghabra headed CAF an organization which fought to have the Jew Hating murders kept off the list of terrorist organizations.

  • tom_billesley
  • David Murrell

    Somebody correct me here, but the left-wing Star article discusses the opposition to CSIS’s broader “tools” — namely many amongst Muslim groups and their supporters in the corporate media oppose CSIS’s “disruption” techniques. These fellow travelers oppose CSIS’s efforts in protecting Canadians, since the fellow travelers think such “disruption” techniques infringe on the terrorists’ charter rights.

    The Sun’s story today has a better angle, that the terrorists-to-be are not being charged for their terror planning. CSIS says this is because the “threshold” for being charged is high, and the terrorists-to-be haven’t crossed the threshold as of yet.

    • Yup, they have engaged in disruptions before C-51 I believe, they simply have better tools to find them now.

  • luna

    Nice picture of Justin spying on terrorists.

  • kkruger71

    I’m actually of two minds on this. One one had I agree there is a threat that this government won’t publicly admit, but on the other I have very little trust for CSIS and what they say and do.

    • Clausewitz

      Well, at least they aren’t out there burning barns.

  • Etobicoke_Gladiator

    When Justin stops sucking Muslim cock I’ll feel a little safer. [Yep, this might be censored, but so be it. Homophobes lurk everywhere!!!]