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Former FBI Official: Halting Immigration is ‘Not Who We Are,’ Americans Must ‘Adjust’ to Terrorism

Former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence at the FBI C. Frank Figliuzzi writes in a piece for NBC News that terrorism in the United States is changing quickly to a strategy where terrorism is merely mitigated and contained.

Rather than halting immigration from particularly dangerous and terrorist-sanctioned regions of the world, Figliuzzi says Americans may have to change the way they live, noting how Americans in the car rental business and hotel industry are now subject to “rigorous training” on terrorism-related issues.

‘The Usual Suspects’ production was shut down over Kevin Spacey allegations, co-star says

Byrne has now claimed in an interview with the Sunday Times that production on the crime film shut down for two days, and he later discovered it was because his co-star was accused of sexually inappropriate behaviour towards a younger actor.

“I did not know honestly then the extent of his violence,” the Irish actor said. “I mean, he was kind of a joke in that people would say ‘That’s Kevin’, but nobody really understood the depth of his predations. It was only years later that we began to understand that (filming) was closed down for a particular reason and that was because of inappropriate sexual behaviour by Spacey.”

Trudeau’s trade deal with China turns into an embarrassment

The big buildup, the anticipation and then … nothing.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should have stayed in bed, colloquially speaking, and spared taxpayers the expense of yet another high-end jaunt to Beijing with a cadre of cabinet ministers and bureaucrats.

Piggish Propagandist Michael Moore’S New Anti-Trump Movie In Big Trouble

Limousine liberal hypocrite and self-styled leader of the resistance Michael Moore’s year isn’t ending on a very positive note.

The Michigan mammoth has pissed away the last year in a futile effort to mobilize rabble in the streets with the goal of overturning the results of last year’s election.

Reverse the trend of over-incarceration among Indigenous peoples in Canada

We need a radical change to end systemic discrimination, writes Michael Bryant. One proposal: no Indigenous person should ever be incarcerated except for the most serious crimes.

Another day, another Indigenous victim of violence, another Indigenous inmate. Indigenous people are two to three times more likely to be a victim of violence, as compared to the non-Indigenous. The proportion of Indigenous adults in custody is about nine times higher than their representation in the adult population (3 per cent).

  • Uncommunist

    Notice how said native victims of rampant native criminality are not being asked about their views. And that pos fbi clown should be forced to house only terrorists for all eternity

    • ontario john

      Well I hope the government announces a 56 million dollar inquiry into releasing inmates into healing lodges. We must get rid of colonial attitudes about crime and punishment.

    • canminuteman

      I didn’t know what bill C51 was so I looked it up. On a positive note it decriminalizes challenging someone to a duel! That sounds like a positive to me.

  • Shebel

    I suddenly am inundated with relatives that are Native.
    May as well join the BAND wagon.

  • Watchman

    Michael Bryant, a criminal defence lawyer in the Greater Toronto Area, asks, “ask yourself: what’s more absurd, never incarcerating Indigenous peoples, or almost always incarcerating those convicted?”
    That’s easy: never incarcerating Indigenous people is more absurd.
    Michael Bryant suggests that the only crimes that would justify a custodial sentence are very serious crimes like murder or treason. Theft, fraud, domestic violence, arson would all have to be handled in other ways than jail.

    This is one of the most stupid ideas I have heard in a long time.

    • ontario john

      I’m sure Super Socks will be offering an apology to all indian inmates, and providing financial compensation.

    • Jayme

      Bryant likely does not know how bad it is I would strongly suggest he spends a year in Little Inuvik in Ottawa or spends a year on a reserve.

  • ontario john

    And now today’s episode of “ISLAMOPHOBIA IS RUNNING RAMPANT IN CANADA”. The media is covering the anniversary of the massacre at a mosque in Quebec. And lots of coverage of the bravest man in Canadian history. Relatives of a muslim killed in Hamilton are denouncing para medics and police for not doing enough to save him. The victim is being flown to Iraq for burial.

  • clearsky

    Forget equal treatment under the law. Lady Justice has not been blind for a very long time.

  • shasta

    “The proportion of Indigenous adults in custody is about nine times higher”

    The end result of giving rights, without responsibilities.

  • JohnfromToronto

    So, if an indigenous man beats up an indigenous woman, but doesn’t kill her, he goes free. Then we’ll need another $100M commission to find out why indigenous women are getting beat up.

  • Ed

    Expressed a slightly different way. “Criminals, are much more likely to be arrested.”

    See the unfairness? We urgently need a royal commission to examine how this came to be, and to ensure that criminals are not singled out for arrest. Historically overdue, and with apologies.

  • Shebel

    Why the big fuss over are these missing indigenous females if you don’t want to charge the perp. No wonder the COPS don’t bother to catch anybody.

  • Shebel

    My skin is White—-so what crimes should I be able to committ besides working hard and caring for my Family with out BEGGING for a Social Worker and some cash.

  • Tooth&Claw

    How about figuring out why so many indigenous are tilted to committing crimes?

    • taxpayer

      ‘Cause they gets off easy? I’m confused. Must be something in the water, or their teaching materials are outdated.

    • The Deplorable Rosenmops

      Drugs, drink, FAS, and a being brought up to hate non-Natives. Most of the violence is amongst the natives rather than directed to non-natives, with notable exceptions.

      A member of Shamawatta first nations recently murdered a bus driver in Winnipeg.

      Some poor guy who worked late at a restaurant was riding his bike home, going over a bridge, when he encountered three Native individuals. The murdered him and threw him and his bike into the water. They tried to keep it out of the paper that they were Native.

      • Tooth&Claw

        So…their families of origin are dysfunctional and abuse drugs and alcohol.
        Well then how is that the rest of society’s problem?
        The responsibility ultimately rests with the person making poor decisions. You can provide support to the point where it becomes enabling, but you can’t force people to seek out those resources that would allow them to change.

        • The Deplorable Rosenmops

          I think First Nations have a genetic tendency to addiction. Maybe a genetic tendency to be violent, too. Sometimes things aren’t anybody’s fault–they just are.

          • Tooth&Claw

            They also have a higher risk factor for diabetes. So? Tendency is not destiny and they can choose.

  • k1992

    To state the obvious, President Trump is not trying to ban all immigration from all countries, but from a select few. For C. Frank Figliuzz To suggest that this is the “logical endpoint” (no more immigration) is absurd and disingenuous. To lower the risk to Americans that arises from importing people from countries that are known statistically to be high risk is common sense, and protects newly arrived immigrants too. But the best that FBI clown can come up with is “it’s not the American way”. No, in his opinion, the American way is to put the lives of its citizens needlessly at risk in order to virtue signal. Damn progressive morons.