Mounties Pioneer Free-Range Jihadis: RCMP Commissioner Happy to Gamble With Canadian Lives

RCMP not charging jihadis who say ‘sorry’

The RCMP is focusing on “direct interventions” with the dozens of known jihadis on Canadian soil, instead of laying charges, Commissioner Bob Paulson has revealed.

“In other cases, we’ve assessed that they’re back, they’re sorry, they’re working to try to get their heads straight and we’re relying on family members or other professionals,” Paulson added.

Good Lord.

Remember this, in the event one of these Jihadis goes on a murder rampage…

  • Martin B

    Do Mafiosi get off without charges if they say they’re sorry, or just Mohammedans?

    • Evidently they are above Canadian law.

      • Alain

        The same as the radical leftists who sabotage private property along with the radical Indians.

  • Gary

    I’m not shocked because when a Somali muslim girl was gang-raped in a Public High school Gym by several Somali male students , the Toronto Police washed their hands of it as did the school and said it was an Issue for the local Mosque and Imam because of Sharia.
    When the story broke of a muslim girl being raped in school, the Media thought hey had a Poster girl for islamophobia…….but when the STAR and CBC found out the rapists were Somali male students they dumped the coverage and didn’t even have 1 Feminist reporter show outrage that the Police condoned Rape because the victim was a Black Somali girl raped by Black Somali males .

    • BillyHW

      Women journalists are so disgusting. So filthy.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        Rosemary Barton.
        That space between her front teeth annoys me.

        • Waffle

          That’s supposed to be sexy — remember your Chaucer?

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            But, Rubenesque also went out of fashion quite a few years ago, too.

          • Waffle

            I beg to differ. It’s called Plus Size now and it never was out.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Hey, I like a girl with a little meat on her bones, too.
            I remember seeing Twiggy when I was a kid and they said she was a supermodel.
            And then Wonder Woman came out.
            No contest.

          • Waffle
          • dance…dancetotheradio

            She had nothing on Isabella Rossellini at the peak of her power.

          • Waffle

            The Italians age well — especially Sophia.

          • SDMatt

            Mmmm . . . Isabella Rossellini, a fine looking woman.

  • Waffle

    Hmmm . . . Bobby’s very close to retirement. Why upset the applecart?

  • ontario john

    And in further news on how special interest groups always get there way in the new Sunny Ways Canada. The National Post website has a story by Conrad Black on how a statue of our first prime minister has been removed from a Canadian university. It upset the leftist students and whiny indians there.

  • H

    And if – make that, WHEN – they actually do start murdering Canadians, then sorry just won’t be enough, I’m afraid. A stronger deterrent will be needed: They’ll have to at least be made to write a 1000 word essay on why slaughtering citizens is inappropriate behaviour in a civilized society, and should be avoided.

  • G

    The RCMP is a useless institution and should be cut back to the point where is pretty much ceremonial only (think of little red coated Ken dolls to decorate parliament buildings)

    Policing is a provincial responsibility and many provinces BC Alberta SK. Man. the atlantic provinces except NFLD have lazily given up that responsibility by contracting with the RCMP.

    This practice should be made illegal.

    • Alain

      You just do not understand the priorities of the RCMP: think High River.

  • tom_billesley

    Vlad the Impaler did “direct interventions” on mahometans the Wallachian way.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Ever since the comish was moved into the pmo and became virtually a deputy minister the RCMP have been politicized til hell won’t have it. BC, for one, should chuck them out and have our own cops like we used to.

    • Millie_Woods

      The fiasco the RCMP made of the Clifford Olsen investigation was the first sign that the mounties best days were behind them.

    • G

      There was one hell of a push in Alberta before 2012 to boot out the RCMP and go with a provincial police force. But as usual our…”conservative” government just pretended to be interested in getting rid of them. It was all smoke and mirrors.

      Then a year after the new contract was signed we had the RCMP kicking in the doors of High River flood victims and stealing guns, aided by Canadian Forces members with the full blessing of the progressive conservative government.