Military families condemn $10M settlement to Muslim terrorist Omar Khadr

Omar Khadr – Filthy Muslim Terrorist

Some military families who lost loved ones in Afghanistan are condemning news that the federal government has agreed to pay a multimillion-dollar settlement to former Guantanamo Bay inmate and Canadian citizen Omar Khadr.

The $10.5-million settlement and official apology from the government drew a swift reaction Tuesday, with some military families calling the deal a disgrace.

“It’s totally disgraceful, totally disrespectful,” said Murray Marshall, whose son, Sapper Steven Marshall, was killed in Afghanistan in 2009

  • dirtydog1776

    Guilty white liberals love kissing the hairy butts of terrorists and pandering to them, in exchange of power and votes.

    • Alain

      I think they are self-hating and hate their own country more than anything else, and then there are the marxists who see this as an opportunity to destroy the remaining bit of freedom and democracy. Disgusting lot!

      • dirtydog1776

        Hatred of Trump and American values has driven liberals into a dark abyss of insanity.

  • Clink9

    Turdo The Terrorist Twink.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    …trudeau should be assessed by a shrink…

    • Alain

      I doubt there is enough there to assess.

  • ontario john

    I’m sure the political and media elites will be tracking these families down, and punishing them.

    • Clausewitz

      They already do. I have a few friends whose kids are in the Military who tell of times when they have to go to food banks because of recent cut backs. Let’s not forget the troops that were displaced from CFB Trenton so that Trudeau could house more immigrants.

  • Liberal Progressive

    How dare they attack a good Liberal Party family.

    This family have been members of the Liberal Party since the days of Jean Chretien and we Liberals will continue to defend our members!

  • Martin B

    The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has a petition here:

    • Alain

      They do, and I already signed and encourage others to do so.

  • I remember when one of the first Canadian soldiers was killed in Afghanistan. He was killed by a “child”, who came up behind him and split his head open with an axe. I’m not sure why the soldier wasn’t wearing his helmet but it was probably because the Canadians thought they were in the company of “peace-loving civilians”. How many times will we continue to make that erroneous assumption? The only reason the terrorist Khadr family ended up in Canada in the first place is because Liberals made that erroneous assumption about Khadr senior, sucked into believing that he was some sort of “aid worker” — in the end three of his sons (including Omar) ended up fighting for the terrorist Jihad and Khadr senior died fighting for the Jihad.

    How much more obvious can the terrorism connections in this family be? The Liberal Party is willfully ignorant and they need to pay for this, not the taxpayer. To top it all off if not for Stephen Harper, Khadr wouldn’t have gotten out of Guantanamo — Liberals didn’t make the slightest effort to get him released during their tenure. The reason is obvious: the Libs have been as guilty as sin from beginning to end.

    • Frances

      Actually, I’m not certain that soldier did die. He had taken off his helmet as a courtesy to the elders with whom he was talking when the attack occurred. I seem to remember he did recover – at least to a certain extent – with a lot of treatment and the help of his fiancee.

      • Very true (apologies to Captain Trevor Greene), I didn’t realize he survived the attack. I think it was Churchill who once said: “Rumours of my death are greatly exaggerated”. It’s worth mentioning that most Canadians who did in fact die in Afghanistan was because of IED’s — Omar Khadr’s specialty when he was a “child”.

        • Frances

          Just glad I could correct the narrative. The story of Captain Greene is truly inspiring.

  • terrence22

    Well, I guess the good side to this is that TrueDOPE has really shot himself in the foot. I am sure that most Canadians are disgusted by this vile, ugly misuse of TAXPAYER money. And, HOPEFULLY, it will be reflected in the next election

    • Clausewitz

      Sadly, don’t hold your breath. The Urban Elite is a vile disgusting animal that is capable of much worse.

      • J. C.

        Sad, but true… 🙁

  • Editor

    I agree with you Mr Marshall, it is totally disgraceful. Thank you and your son for your service and sacrifice for this country.

  • ontario john

    Meanwhile the CBC is busy insulting the members of Canada’s military On their show Power and Politics today, the host was discussing with a guest, how right wing extremist groups are running rampant across Canada. And the five service men were nothing but frat boys who could turn dangerous. Nice way to talk about young men who are willing to die for their country in the armed services. And of course its all the fault of Trump, Hitler Harper, and Leitch.

  • Exile1981

    Interestingly several very left people at work who support carbon tax, syrian refugees etc all where very opposed to this I wonder if this willtip the scales?

    • WalterBannon

      don’t get your hopes up

  • WalterBannon

    Trudope hates the military. His real army are the Anti-Fa, Islamists, Green-Nazis and other agents of the left.

    • Alain

      That is the default position of the Liberals of course, and his old man hated the military profoundly.

  • Dave

    “But legal experts and rights advocates say that those angry over the settlement should question the Canadian authorities that permitted Khadr’s rights to be violated in the first place.”
    Well I wonder who that could have been. Wasn’t that asshole cretien running the show then? If so, let that sack’o’shit pay.

    • Alain

      They are full of it, since he gave up any “rights” when he became a terrorist. That is just more typical judicial activism by the courts. I recall when they read into Trudeau’s charter (I stress that point, because it isn’t mine) that the moment any foreigner set foot on Canadian soil, he was protected by the same rights as Canadian citizens.