RCMP feared that restricting would-be radicals would backfire in Canada, affidavits show

MONTREAL—As Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale promised to toughen the requirements on terror suspects who are subject to restrictive peace bonds, newly unsealed court documents show police feared one Montreal man could launch an attack in Canada if he were prevented from travelling abroad.

Seriously. Why keep them here?

The expense and the risk is too high.

What good does it do to have wannabe members of a homicidal cult walking among us?

Let them go, just don’t let them come back.

  • Their molecules should be returned to a disorganized state.

    • Many things can malfunction….

    • Justin St.Denis

      Adroitly expressed.

  • Jim Horne

    As long as the Trudeau Government and Public Safety Minister, Ralph Goodale, subscribe to the idea that radical Islamists living in Canada can be rehabilitated and then reintegrated back into society lives are a risk.

    The assumption on which the Trudeau Government has predicated its Peace Bond strategy is false. Ideology is the driving force behind freelancers carry out terror attacks, not some kind of anti-social behavioural disorder.

    ISIS Exposes the True Reason Why It Hates the West

    Radical Islamist ideology is a real threat and not a mental disorder needing treatment. The Trudeau Government’s strategy must change from Peace Bonds to threat elimination.

    “The first duty of the Government is to afford protection to its citizens.”

    During WWI and WWII it was understood that an enemy captured behind your borders and not in uniform could be summarily executed. In fact, it was the norm.

    So, the question is clear. Will the Home Secretary do what is her duty? Either deport these subversives or remove them by other means. Could the Home Secretary take a lesson from the telly?

    Excerpt from the TV series West Wing – Issac and Ishmael

    “That said, Tobus, we’re going to have to do some stuff. We’re going to have to tap some phones and we’re going to have to partner with some people who are the lesser of evils.

    I’m sorry but terrorists don’t have armies and navies. They don’t have capitals. Some of these guys we’re going to have to walk up to them and shoot them.

    Yeah, we can root terrorist nests but some of these guys aren’t going to be taken by the 1st Armored Division. Some of these guys are going to be taken by a busboy with a silencer.

    So it’s time to give the intelligence agencies the money and the manpower they need. We don’t hear about their successes.

    Guess what? The Soviets never crossed the Elbe. The North Koreans stayed behind the 38th parallel. During the Millennium? Not one incident. Do you think that’s because the terrorists decided that’d be a good day to take off? Not much action that day? End of song.”

    • Uncommunist

      The mindset of tptb … the elites if you will, Par. 25
      ‘If Hare sounds a little bitter, it’s because a decade ago, Correctional Service of Canada asked him to design a treatment program for psychopaths, but just after he submitted the plan in 1992, there were personnel changes at the top of CSC. The new team had a different agenda, which Hare summarizes as, “We don’t believe in the badness of people.” His plan sank without a trace.’

      • Jim Horne

        Psychopaths Among Us is an excellent article. Thank you for posting it.

  • SDMatt

    I would gladly contribute to a crowd funding campaign to buy them one-way tickets outa here.

    • mobuyus

      I’ve got a magazine of one-way tickets.

  • Dana Garcia

    A one-way ticket seems perfect common sense.

    Is that why no government has tried it?

    • Justin St.Denis

      Why bother with “tickets”? Charter an aircraft, load it with nostalgic muslims pining for home or jihad, hand them each a parachute and drop them over whatever islamic hellhole in the ME is handiest for the purpose.

  • What amoebae are running the RCMP?