Like greedy piglets Trudeau Liberals plunder and loot the Canadian coffers to the benefit of Islam. They should all face a jury and accompany him to jail for his policies surrounding MORE CANADIAN CASH FOR MUSLIMS and HIS DEALINGS SURROUNDING IRAN AND ISRAEL.
In turn, all of his policies are bound together with his IMMIGRATION DUPLICITOUS actions which are serving to cripple the nation.
Islam is Satan’s Toilet and Trudeau is making Canada his masters favorite Septic Tank.
These major ‘elements’ are found at play in the lives of all Muslims involved in bilking the Canadian taxpayers into funding their sharia.
They are dedicated sectarian Islamists prepared to sacrifice their lives to sharia.
They disguise, establish and follow pretexts for travel allowing advancement of their international sharia pursuits.
They have some degree of ‘established support network’ within both their domestic and foreign operational fields.
They have ability to manipulate both Media and NGO’s through Muslims and dhimmi embedded in their organizational structures.
There are dhimmi and kafir lawyers present bent upon personal self-aggrandizement and financial gain through the claims in their client’s behalf.
There are always fraudulent claims of Government actions or inactions detrimental to the Civil Rights and Human Rights of the Muslim individuals or groups involved.
There is legal pursuit of Government for cash compensation for purported damage done to the Muslims through the Government handling of the political, religious and humanitarian factors in their cases.
The courts enactments and judicial decision-making are most often the product of very human compromise, negotiation, horse-trading and personal emotional bias.
The cash paid by Government is arranged in secretive deals and authorized in manners by individuals in capacities beyond their legislative enactments.
The employment of these major ‘elements at play’ in securing Canadian tax dollars for funding sharia are climaxing under the designed policies of the Trudeau Liberals.
Some example cases of concern surround such individuals as Omar Khadr, Adil Charkaoui, Abousfian Abdelrazik, Maher Arar, Abdullah Almalki, Ahmad Abou-Elmaati, Muayyed Nureddin, Muhammed Harkat, Bernamar Benatta,
Others are being used to highlight matters in this four-part series titled ‘The Money Bags’.
THERE IS ALWAYS MORE CANADIAN CASH FOR MUSLIMS
There was and remains to date a fight over the apology and payment of 10.5 million dollars made by Trudeau to the controversial terrorist.
At one-point Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer denounced the government for making a millionaire out of what he called “a convicted terrorist.”
“Justin Trudeau should never have agreed to a secret deal that gave a convicted terrorist millions of dollars. Seeking money from the Canadian taxpayer is just a sign of continuing contempt for the country that Khadr has fought against,” Mr. Scheer said this week.
If he believes what he has spoken then he must stand up now and hold Justin Trudeau fully accountable for his continuing contempt for our country through his seeking money for Islamic terrorists. Given his recent comment that Trudeau ‘has the political depth of a finger bowl’ he may possibly rise to the foray.
The odious terrorist who assembled and planted the same kind of IEDs that killed 97 Canadians should not have been given $10 million by anyone. Khadr should be returned to jail, all assets frozen and charged with treason, an offense for which there is no statute of limitations.
I too must remind Canada’s attorney general that Canada’s criminal code says anyone who “assists an enemy at war with Canada, or any armed forces against whom Canadian Forces are engaged in hostilities, whether or not a state of war exists between Canada and the country whose forces they are” is guilty of high treason, which carries a life sentence.
Khadr was in such circumstance of assisting Canada’s enemies and Trudeau along with many others aides ‘enemies at war with Canada’. This matter is no where near closure for the matter of charges of treason continues to face one and all.
THE PATTERN OF TRUDEAU’S TREASON THROUGH CASH GRABS CONTINUES
And this is Bashir Ahmed Makhtal returned to Toronto April 21,2018 and looking for his Trudeau Halloween Treat of Cash to enact a Muslim jihadi’s delight.
We will be using this man as an in-depth example in Money Bags Two. But we are going to employ him now to elucidate how false claims of torture are used to manipulate for a Muslim cash grab.
As I documented in writings about Adil Charkaoui and Omar Khadr, playing the Torture Card is a ‘bottom of the deck’ Muslim deceit. Too often it is in large part a lie or exaggeration magnified to horrify and garner support for personal agendas.
So, take a good look above at Bullshit Bashir on April 21, 2018 after all his years of claimed medical deprivations and torture.
It is claimed that while in prison Makhtal faced torture from interrogators seeking a confession of his terrorist involvements. But there has been no viable evidence presented of his being tortured by Kenya, or signs of any other terrorism suspects being tortured that were sent to Somalia/Ethiopia along with him in 2006/2007.
What we have are unfounded claims by the same basic group of “family, friends and close supporters” that welcomed him to Toronto Pearson airport.
For example: “Makhtal’s relatives say that his oldest brother, Hassan Ahmed Makhtal, was also imprisoned and tortured in Ethiopia. His family says the elder Makhtal died in 2009 as a result of his injuries sustained in an Ethiopian jail.”
In 2009 his trial was quickly condemned by Amnesty International as a travesty of justice as shown in these excerpted statements.
“Makhtal was denied a fair trial and subjected to torture by his interrogators. He was quickly convicted and sentenced to life in prison.”
“Amnesty International campaigned for his release and expressed grave concerns of possible torture, unfair trial proceedings, incommunicado detention, coerced confessions and other forms of ill-treatment.”
“Throughout his eleven years of imprisonment, Amnesty International repeatedly expressed grave concerns about harsh and inhumane prison conditions as well as the risk of torture or other ill-treatment in Ethiopian prison. We highlighted that the trial and appeal in his case did not meet international fair trial standards. When it became clear that a fair trial would not be held, called for him to be released and allowed to return to Canada.”
“Amnesty International said Makhtal reported multiple cases of torture and ill-treatment during his imprisonment, including a lack of prompt care for his medical needs.”
It is stated Bashir claimed being denied medical care for a number of significant health issues mitigated by his torture during detention.
“Bashir Makhtal has reported numerous episodes of torture or ill-treatment during the months that he was held in incommunicado detention.
Mr. Makhtal reported to a relative that he faced a number of painful, even debilitating medical problems, including a blood clot in his left leg, loss of the use of his right shoulder for more than two and a half years and severe pain and restricted movement in his left hip, right shoulder, back and neck. He was denied access to timely medical treatment for many of these injuries.”
The savagery and barbaric activities in the regions of Africa of concern to us was real during the days under discussion and even more so today. It was claimed that the Ethiopian Government Forces were massacring, displacing and starving the civilian population to death with absolute impunity. (ref: OHRC/AR/07) You will gain full exposure to this in Money Bags Two.
There is no doubt that some members of the Makhtal clan probably underwent some very ‘hair raising and toenail pulling experiences’. But this does not mean you can allow yourself to become disoriented to reality by the ‘smoke and mirrors’ employed by the Somali Muslim Bashir and his supporters.
Facing capitol punishment on July 27, 2009 for his conviction on terrorism this supposed ‘prominent Canadian businessman and former Toronto information technologist’ Bashir was only given life by ‘an Ethiopian kangaroo court’.
His trial was marred by many problems and irregularities from the purported recognizable international standards at the time. But on the basis of very limited information being available about his case the Ogaden Human Rights Committee (OHRC) was quick to pronounce that “his trial was a travesty of justice and considers all members of his family – who are in detention- prisoners of conscience and victims of Ethiopian government’s personal vendetta.
The Ogaden Human Rights Committee believes that Ethiopian government is bent on destroying Garad Makhtal Dahir’s family because of late Makhtal’s role in founding Ogaden Liberation Front. Since his arrest the Ethiopian government has hunted down all members of his family without an apparent reason. Bashir Ahmed Makhtal’s family members and relatives were subjected to extensive torture. The remaining members of his family went into hiding for fear of their lives.
The Ogaden Human Rights Committee urges the Canadian Government to seek the immediate and unconditional release of its citizen as well as his family members on humanitarian grounds.” (SomaliTalk.com July 28, Nov14,2009)
In hunting “down all members of his family without an apparent reason” we find from time of his arrest in December 2006 until 2008 there were some distant clan members rounded up such as relatives Dakhare Hassan Ahmed, Abdullahi Dahir Adan and Mulki Salah. But among the closer known blood relatives were a cousin, two nephews, a brother and an older sister.
Of the elite Makhtal group it is Mulki Salah that has emerged as the major mouthpiece and the sister Rukiya Ahmed Makhtal as the somewhat Somali poster girl of choice. The two women ultimately ended up in the same Kenyan refugee camp with Mulki married to Rukiya’s son. On July 1, 2016 Debra Black aggrandized them as being ‘at the head of the clan are two iron-willed matriarchs — Mulki Salah and Rukiya Makhtal.’ With our Boy Bullshit Bashir calling the shots I think the title might be a feminist overstatement on the part of Black.
Whatever, the Black report states these “two iron-willed matriarchs” only suffered because “The government accused them of aiding and abetting the Ogaden National Liberation Front — an independence movement Makhtal’s grandfather started — and conspiring with Makhtal.”
“Arrested in 2007 was the brother Mohamed Hassan Ahmed Makhtal and the nephews Abdi Mohamed and Abdirahim Mukhtar. The three were all released on bail after extended periods of internment.
The brother died in 2009 being claimed the victim of Ethiopian government’s institutionalized torture. According to ex-jail mates and relatives’ accounts they have undergone severe physical and psychological torture. Hassan, who was in a poor state of health, was denied adequate medical treatment while he was in detention.
The Ogaden Human Rights Commission claims he died from wounds sustained during his detention, though the cause of his death could not be independently verified.
According to several family members, two of Hassan Makhtal’s children – a 27-year-old son and a 25-year-old daughter – were beaten to death in military prisons less than a month after their arrest in 2008.
After 22 months of detention without official charges or trial he was released on bail and was not allowed to travel abroad for medical treatment.”
It is self-evident the ‘apparent reason’ he was not allowed to travel abroad was that it was ‘quite apparent’ he he would never return to face his accusers.
Further, the Black report of July 2016 claims that “One of his sons died alongside him; another is in prison in Addis Ababa and a third is a refugee in Calgary.”
As to the cousin Suldan Fowsi Mohamed Ali, supposedly a prominent community elder and a claimed peace activist, he was sentenced to 22 years.
But it is older sister Rukiya Ahmed Makhtal as shown in this Garissa, Kenya photo published in the Globe and Mail on November 19,2009 that normally elicits some emotionally charged support in the Makhtal clan behalf. It did so in 2009 when she was 53 at the time and is used to do so still today.
Her report in 2009 is introduced quite dramatically:
“During the first month of her imprisonment in Ethiopia, Rukiya Ahmed Makhtal was blindfolded and beaten. “You are Makhtal’s family,” she recalled her persecutor saying. “If you are Makhtal’s family, that means you are one of the problems.“
According to nephew Abdi Mohamed Ahmed she was seized… “After an April, 2007, ONLF attack on a Chinese oil field at Abole in eastern Ethiopia that left 70 Chinese and Ethiopian workers dead, Ethiopia drastically stepped up a brutal counterinsurgency campaign in the region.” He “remembers the night in late 2007 the Ethiopian National Defense Forces came for his family, circling his house before dragging out his entire family, beating them and hauling them off to different jails.”
From the timing of news reports, government dispatches and Amnesty International inputs I would peg her seizure as during October 2007. As to length of detention I assume 18 months* to be correct as the reports of January 2009 would indicate such given 2009 reports would place her in Kenya. *The claimed length of time is also given as 14 months dependent upon ‘reporter’.
After spending *14 months in various Ethiopian prisons where she says she was bound, blindfolded and badly beaten, thrown in isolation, raped and told she would be executed, Ms. Makhtal was at last transferred to a crowded low-security prison where family scrounged for 1,000 birr (roughly $80) and paid the guards to look the other way while she walked through the prison gates and, like so many of her kin, away from Ethiopia for good.”
So, “as one of the problems”, after two days of desert trudging she reached safety of Hagadera, a notoriously squalid and overcrowded UN refugee camp at Dadaab in Kenya’s North Eastern Province.
After all she has supposedly endured for 14 to 18 months she is able to simply bribe the guards and do a grueling desert walk to safety. Perhaps her reported torments and tortures are a bit overstated?
Meanwhile, our iron-willed matriarch, the Mouth Mulki Salah is not to be outdone by her mother-in-law. We commence through her 2016 Canada Day interview in Toronto with the Black immigration reporter.
“On this Canada Day, they are thankful for their new home and the freedom and safety it provides. “I have no words to thank Canada (for) what they did for me and my family and hope they will continue helping those who are in need wherever they are, including our loved one, Bashir,” said Mulki.
The fact is this Mulki had never even met Bashir and yet displays a zealous loyalty to him.
“Even now they remain tentative, nervous — not quite sure they are safe here. And they’re concerned about the status of Bashir Makhtal. Even though Mulki Salah has never met her husband’s uncle, she wants desperately for him to come back to Canada and serve the remainder of his sentence in a Canadian jail. So, do the others.
The thing we want to see most is we want to see Bashir alive here,” said Mulki. “We understand the pain he’s going through because we went through it … All the years he was in prison, we were either in prison or in a refugee camp.”
This exacting loyalty of the Clan is the same loyalty that Bashir, Rukiya and the rest had for the grandfather they had never met. As Somali Muslims they are loyal to the Islam and beliefs he fostered in this group.
Rukiya claims she was subjected to all her miseries simply because she was the granddaughter of a man she did not even know. Bashir Makhtal and his sister, Rukiya, are the grandchildren of a founding member of the Ogaden National Liberation Front, a separatist movement in the ethnic Somali region of eastern Ethiopia.
“He was my grandfather,” Ms. Makhtal says. “We didn’t even know him.”
Trying to claim innocence of terrorist Islam intents because they supposedly never personally met granddaddy as Bashir and Rukiya have tried to do is pure Islamic deception.
On the Road with Mouthy
“In an interview with the Star, Mulki, who was taken to a military prison, said she was strung up by her feet and her face was dipped into a container of an unknown substance that left temporary scars. At one point, the 49-year-old said, her captors tried to strangle her with a wire; on another occasion, she said, she was sexually assaulted and stabbed with a bayonet.
All around her, others were also suffering. She said her captors would undress the prisoners and beat them with sticks and guns while they were naked. She was held in jail for four months and 12 days. Near the end of her imprisonment, she said, guards left her for dead in the bushes after she passed out while being tortured. She managed to escape with the help of a shepherd.
Said Mulki: “Every night they used to take me at 1 a.m. and at around 4 a.m. Every time they used anything you can imagine to torture — the back of the gun. I have been electrocuted on my stomach.”
Try to outdo this Mouthy Tale you iron willed mothers-in-law. Be careful how you address the woman married to your son, she may respond like following.
‘Twice a night for 4 months and 12 days does not compare timewise with your 18 months mumsy, but I can endure far more than you. You were strung up by your hands and feet, but I was strung up by just my feet. You were raped, but I was sexually assaulted and stabbed with a bayonet. You were told you would be executed but I was left for dead in the bushes. You were able to bribe and walk your way out of your prison, but I had to be rescued from the bushes by a shepherd, after I had been left for dead. And you never had your face dipped in skin irritating mystery guck did you. Yep, mother dearest, I’m so tough they couldn’t even strangle me with a wire. Go stick your finger in a light socket mommy dearest.’
Pretty heartless conversation I drafted, eh folks? But folks, many years past, in my own personal background I have taught people as young as nine years old how to effectively garrote a two-hundred-pound adult. I don’t believe it would be too hard for a sex crazed, bayonet stabbing African Arsehole to strangle one skinny wench possibly hanging by her feet with her hands probably tied behind her back.
Like I said, I know undoubtedly ‘that some members of the Makhtal clan probably underwent some very ‘hair raising and toenail pulling experiences’. But this does not mean you can allow yourself to become disoriented to reality by the ‘smoke and mirrors’ employed by the Somali Muslim Bashir and his supporters.
When the Going is Tough – The Tough Get Going
Mulki and Rukiya escaped individually. But as they headed for the safety of a refugee camp, children and relatives were sent for to join up with them. “With the help of Somali communities along the way, each ended up at the UN refugee camp, Dadaab, in Kenya. Others followed them to the camp one by one. But Mulki’s husband escaped and sought refugee status in the United States, where he now lives.”
The Black report of 2016 shows the Clan transiting through the UN refugee camp at Dadaab, in Kenya where “They didn’t feel safe and worried that Ethiopian spies had infiltrated the camp and were sending back information about their whereabouts.” A nephew disappeared in December 2010 and through some process of manipulation the UN had the entire clan transferred to Kakuma refugee camp in 2011. It appears there were 13 or 14 persons together at such time.
As to their time in Kakuma it is daughter Zaynab Bashir that tearfully tells Black “life was even worse. Zaynab said the family feared that for a little bit of money other refugees might kill them.
Ethiopia knew where we were,” she said. “Our life became even more dangerous. We had been settled in a place where there is a metal gate and they put security at the door and no one can go out or come in without reporting to the security guard. We were pretty much in what was like prison.”
How much of this was paranoia, truth or emotional manipulation by a group of Muslims determined to keep Bashir the center of focus?
I do not think this is a lie: “They used to tie our eyes, torturing and beating. They used to tie our hands and legs together and they hang us up from the ceiling. And everybody was alone.”
But, I do believe there have been distortions and exaggerations of acts and facts designed to manipulate long sought-after results of Somali Islamic extremists such as the Ogaden National Liberation Front. And I do believe the Makhtal Clan is steeped in the ONLF like a simmering bitter black tea.
From the 2009 November report: “They are not targeting ONLF. Our army is very strong now,” said Abdirahman Mahdi, a central committee member of the separatist group, who spoke during a recent interview in Toronto. “What they do is they target the weak spot, the civilians, the women and children.”
The actual physical fighters of the ONLF clearly spoke where the Ethiopians were actively pursuing their allies such as those evidenced by the events of the Makhtal Clan.
Abdirahman Mahdi is the current Foreign Affairs Secretary and one of the six founders of the modern Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) which was enacted on August 15, 1984. As a senior leader of Ethiopia’s Somali rebel group discusses a growing alliance of groups seeking self-determination in the video > Abdirahman Mahdi of ONLF: ‘Ethiopia is boiling’ | War & Conflict…
In this May 7,2016 interview it is quite clear that the majority of the Somalis of the Ogden Region back the ONLF and the organization has grown stronger through their worldwide propaganda push. This interview was transpiring at the same time as the Makhtal clan was harvesting the crop of their push to further entrench Canada in their most basic Islamic push for independence of Ogden.
The Makhtal Clan big breakout was in fact coincidental with the push by the Trudeau government to facilitate all matters Islamic. The Makhtal clan has proven themselves liars as shown in the media reports surrounding themselves.
Shedding Light Upon the Black Girls of July 1,2016
“Until now, they have not spoken to Western media about what they say transpired behind bars as Ethiopian officials tried to get them to divulge information about Makhtal. They and others were held captive, tortured and sexually assaulted, the women said.”
But reports were in the Western media in 2007…2008….2009 with mention of the clan and their happenings. For example, a 2008 Human Rights Watch report accuses Ethiopian soldiers of burning down entire villages, mass detentions and even demonstration killings, “with Ethiopian soldiers singling out relatives of suspected ONLF members,” and of conducting widespread “military attacks on civilians and villages that amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity.”
They were the relatives of the suspected ONLF members.
As well in a 2009 report it is stated: “Ms. Makhtal, who is asking for resettlement in Canada as a refugee and whose case is being followed by Amnesty International, is now among 16 people sleeping in the sand under scant shelter, all of whom say they are related to Bashir Makhtal and the victims of persecution in Ethiopia.” This was while Rukiya was lodged at Dadaab, in Kenya while gathering her children to her.
They clearly had spoken to Western Media prior to 2016, so why lie about it?
The fact is the Clan spoke to everyone they could during this period, playing their ‘the relatives of Bashir card’ to its full advantage. And it was an easy card to play as Trudeau continued to stack the deck in their favor and the Conservatives carried on efforts to assist persons trapped in refugee camps.
“Amnesty International Canada asked Ottawa to bring the family here several years ago, after learning of the struggles they faced in the camps. But it wasn’t until the new Liberal government took power that inroads were made in the refugee system, Alex Neve, secretary general of the human rights organization, told the Star. They arrived in late May.
Eleven of Makhtal’s relatives have now settled in Kitchener-Waterloo as government-assisted refugees. Three more are still to arrive.
‘Obviously, Canada continues to face difficulties in ensuring the safety of Mr. Makhtal himself,’ Mr. Neve said. ‘At least we do have the opportunity to try and ensure safety for these other family members.”
Now I am going to give you an excerpt from the Amnesty International letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper on February 4, 2015. It surrounds the torture of Bashir. I am going to interject some (Take note: comments in brackets for your consideration.)
“During a visit with a family member in early January, 2015, Mr. Makhtal did provide information about torture and ill-treatment he says that he has experienced. He made it clear to his relative that he was providing this information now because of the hopelessness and frustration he feels about his situation, with no prospects for his release or for any of the serious human rights violations he has experienced to be remedied.
(Note: the truth is his prospects had never been better. The Liberals were on the rise and Somali Muslims were exerting their push through them. As well, the Conservative government is documented as far back as 2009 with over 900 pages of efforts made on his behalf and as stated later: “Prime Minister, we realize that Canadian officials, including Minister Baird, have been active on Bashir Makhtal’s file for a number of years.” No, prospects were never better and the icing on the cake is that the events were in process to have the entire clamorous clan precede him to Canada.)
The information he has provided lays out allegations of torture or ill-treatment in both Kenya and Ethiopia.
These allegations include:
- Being beaten head to toe with a stick so severely that the pain would often cause him to fall down.
- Often beaten with gun butts to cause greater pain.
- Forced to lean against a wall with his hands tied behind his back and beaten on his exposed side whenever he fell to the ground.
- Beatings to his testicles on some occasions.
- Frequently lost consciousness, with difficulties seeing for several days after regaining consciousness.
- Faced repeated demands to confess to being a member of the Ogaden National Liberation Front during beatings.
- Forced in a video recording, with a gun pointed to his head, to confess to involvement in smuggling weapons.
- Held in an underground cell for several months.
Mr. Makhtal has told his relative that he faces a number of painful, even debilitating medical problems at this time. He has already had surgery for a blood clot in his left leg. He was not able to use his right shoulder for more than 2 ½ years. He presently has severe pain and/or restricted movement in his left hip, right shoulder, back and neck. He has not received attention for those problems.
(Note: What was claimed transpired and its testified results is not reflected in the physical condition of the man that presented himself at Toronto Pearson Airport. Further, with the claims of being denied medical treatment it leads one to wonder who performed the surgery on his blood clotted left leg. Perhaps it was simply a slip of the blade by the same Ethiopian whacko that bayoneted ‘his loved one Mulki’ as he scampered from camp to camp ‘hunting down all members of his family without an apparent reason’.
Am I too sarcastic for you? You will understand fully why I do not give sympathy or great credence to anything involving this Bashir Makhtal as the Money Bags Series emerges. As far as I am concerned, to whatever degree he was or was not tortured, is the degree to which he was justifiably deserving. No, I have no sympathy for this duplicitous bastard what so ever.)
Prime Minister, we realize that Canadian officials, including Minister Baird, have been active on Bashir Makhtal’s file for a number of years. We are also aware that Canadian officials recently negotiated a possible prisoner transfer agreement with Ethiopian authorities, which might have resulted in Mr. Makhtal being transferred to serve his sentence in a Canadian prison. We have been told that Mr. Makhtal declined that option because it would have necessitated accepting the validity of the charges and the sentence he has received and would have made it impossible for him to apply for any sort of parole release for at least another five years. His hope and his demand continue to be that he be unconditionally released.
We look to you Prime Minister to take up the recommendations for action we have outlined earlier in this letter. Justice requires nothing less.
Sincerely, Alex Neve – Secretary General
(Note and retain these facts: a. The activity of Canadian officials. b. The refusal of sentence transfer to Canada. c. The reasons given for transfer refusal. d. His continued demand to be unconditionally released.
By February 4, 2015 Bashir Makhtal was already anticipating his ‘cash grab’. What I shall show you from simple public Government, NGO and media records surrounding the above points will prove why I state this fact.)
The climate of creeping submission to Islam through ‘claimed Human Rights’ groups such as Amnesty International leads to their pathway of oppression and ultimate possession of Canada by sharia. Of those that were most vocal in 2015 only one was not fully Islamic agenda dominated. > Canadian human rights organizations urgently call for Bill C-51…
From Amnesty International campaigner Gloria Nafziger:
“After such a prolonged ordeal marked by grave injustices and concern of torture and medical problems, to see Bashir back on Canadian soil and reunited with his loved ones was a beautiful sight,” said Amnesty International campaigner Gloria Nafziger,
Beautiful for who Gloria? All the claims of torture and medical mistreatment simply do not fit the pictures of your smiling lying Islamist Bullshit Bashir at his Toronto Pearson photo-op.
Neither do the claims of the other cash grabbing jihadi fit the truth of the events surrounding them. So, we find many Muslims are lined up and waiting entry to the batters’ box for their whack at the cash. We will exemplify a couple for you.
But first, before you stop paying your taxes, in the case of Bashir it will be shown in Money Bags Two, the Bashir Crew have buggered up in their methodology. I do not believe they can ever achieve a cash grab through any format of ‘legal’ judicial decision.
But, perhaps a nation-wide tax revolt may be necessary to end the lunacy of the Islamic cash give away policies, eh?
We are going to utilize two examples from the multitude of cases where Muslims are currently trying to gain monetary compensation from the taxes of Canadians. They state that Canada owes them monetary compensation due to the ‘injustices they have suffered’ because Canada does not protect them, their religious beliefs and supposed ‘human rights’ when they fall short of law enforcement in their jihadi activities be such within or outside the nation.
In these examples we shall point to some of the ‘major elements found at play in the lives of all Muslims involved in bilking the Canadian taxpayers into funding their sharia’.
We give you the case of the Jamaican Alvin Brown and his lawyer Jared Will pictured to the left. > Federal Court hearing landmark challenge on indefinite immigration detention May 15,2017 Read the article in total, I will extract poignant bits from it and make comments surrounding them for I am well aware most people are simply too time hassled or lazy to analyze anything in depth.
Brown came to Canada as a child with his family and lived here for more than three decades, pursuing an anti-social deviant lifestyle during this time for which he was removed last fall because of his series of criminal convictions. The most unique facet to the Alvin Brown case is that he does not appear to be tied into Islamic terrorism, while his circumstance aptly demonstrates the cash grab mentality that permeates the Government and Legal entities of this Nation.
What we have here at its basics are:
(1) More attempts to castrate the Security Certificate process that hinders rabid Islamists; for the Security Certificate is the base ground upon which authority for unlimited detention ultimately rests. There are many items in our Code that legislate extending detentions, but anything that impacts ‘extended detentions’ ultimately has affects upon the Security Certificate and this needs to be factored in at all levels of Legal Considerations for it affects the National security for all valid Canadian citizens.
There are some 450 to 500 people in detention in Canada under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act at any given time.
As to the lawyer Jared Will “he argues the practice violates Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedom protections against indefinite and arbitrary detention, as well as cruel and unusual treatment.”
He is going to have to prove this beyond a shadow of a doubt and he is going to have to prove how a convicted serial recidivist criminal Alvin Brown deserves monetary compensation for instituting the actions that placed himself in the context of “indefinite and arbitrary detention” to begin with.
Nisha Toomey points to the European Union and the United States for what he claims as more preferable standards than ours. “In the EU, detention is capped at six months with the possibility of extending to 18 months in certain cases. In the U.S., the period of presumptive release is six months, subject to exceptions, such as for dangerous individuals.”
“While the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia do not have prescribed maximum lengths for immigration detention, as stated by Ministry of Public Safety spokesperson Scott Bardsley.”
The last thing that Canada wants to emulate are standards of the European Union. Look at the absolute mess and social chaos that exists through their immigration and detention policies.
Now, the ensuring of proper medical care for detainees is both problematic and a priority with the Canadian Border Service Agency, but they undergo constant criticism for their efforts.
Toomey claims it to be a matter of life and death that the Immigration Detention system be eradicated or overhauled beyond recognition of sound internment practices.
The End Immigration Detention Network said across Canada 15 people have died in immigration detention while in CBSA custody since 2000. Two men held by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) died in two separate incidents in Ontario this spring, while a 24-year-old man detainee died at the Edmonton Remand Centre on Saturday. But, we are not told what the causes of the deaths were. They could have been deaths due to knifings over drug deals gone wrong or some format of ethnic cultural hatred.
“Anthony Navaneelan, the staff lawyer at the Refugee Law Office at Legal Aid Ontario, and Dr. Michaela Beder, a psychiatrist at St. Michael’s Hospital, urged the CBSA last week to stop putting detainees with serious physical and mental health problems in prisons, which they say is not appropriate for treatment.”
But the fact is that detainees are first and foremost prisoners until the conditions necessary to void their detainment are satisfied. A second fact is that only the jails have the full medical facilities that prisoners by all definitions require. Even the EIDN rep “Navaneelan said he has represented detainees with serious health problems who have been moved from immigration holding centres, where there is limited medical care, to provincial jails, where there are full medical facilities.”
All detainees are assessed by medical professionals as soon as possible after they are admitted to an Immigration Holding Centre (IHC) in Toronto. CBSA spokesman for the Greater Toronto Area, Travis O’Brien, confirmed the agency places immigration detainees with serious health problems in jails to enable them to receive proper medical care. “If a detainee’s condition is not able to be adequately handled in the lower risk environment of a CBSA IHC, a detainee may be transferred to a provincial jail with dedicated on-site medical and mental health support. In addition, detainees held within correctional facilities have access to that facility’s health care services, including mental health support.”
So, what is the Navaneelan big whine about seeing detainee prisoners receiving the best physical and mental medical care the CBSA can provide? This service provision is good enough for the general population of Canadian Inmates. So why is it not good enough for the Navaneelan mob?
“He said detainees, when moved to jails, end up being treated as criminals.”
No, they end up being treated as the prisoners they are in need of the best medical services they can get. Among these services are many ones they would not provide for themselves if they were not in the detainee-prisoner position.
The only realistic problem that exists is the communication process of detainees in dealing with their representatives. CBSA rep O’Brien confirmed detainees are not given much notice and no written reasons for their transfer. “When feasible, i.e. during regular business hours, the detainee will be verbally informed immediately prior to transfer. The detainee is not provided with written reasons for transfer,” he said.
I am not certain if it would even be legal for non-medical personnel involved in these transfers to fully inform the individual of the medical reason for their transfer. Dependent upon degree of medical seriousness it could place the detainee-prisoner under undue duress and is best left to the medical intake professionals at the receiving jail.
But, given the volume of business and logistics involved in the transfer process an inmate-detainee and their representatives can be temporarily out of locational contact. This time lag is not some mysterious attempt to deny the incarcerated individual rights in any manner, and certainly not to place them incommunicado.
“Detained individuals can speak to a CBSA officer about any aspect of their detention. The officer is available by phone for any facility and also conducts regular site visits.”
O’Brien said individuals may raise concerns with the Immigration and Refugee Board when it reviews their detention and with officials from the Canadian Red Cross and the UNHCR.”
In July 12,2016 a group of immigration detainees went on a hunger strike at two Ontario prisons and demanded to meet Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale.
The detainees are calling for an end to indefinite detentions in maximum security prisons and are protesting prison conditions that include lockdowns and solitary confinement.
Goodale never gave in to the demanded meeting. But as part of his ‘investigation’ he met with the B.C. Civil Liberties Association, the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
He said under a federal-provincial agreement that the ministry has with the CBSA, detainees may be held at provincial correctional centres while they are waiting examination, inquiry or removal under federal immigration legislation.
The End Immigration Detention Network advocacy group states that if the country of origin refuses to issue travel documents for detainees ordered deported it places such persons in a legal limbo that perpetuates immigration detention. “Sharmeen Khan, a member of End Immigration Detention Network, said Minister Goodale must meet with the detainees, and commit to upholding international norms and basic human rights by ending immigration detention.”
Who is this person to think that the EIDN can command or demand a Canadian Cabinet Minister do anything? This organization is full of people with Pakistani and Somali pipe dreams and cultural objectives that serve the cause of Islam.
The fact is CBSA is required to consider all reasonable alternatives before detaining someone. “Under Canadian law, detention is only allowed when: identity is not certain, there is a flight risk or a danger for the public.
The CBSA has said it transfers detainees to jails when they are considered high risk. That includes detainees who have criminal backgrounds, outstanding charges, a history of violence, are an escape risk, or pose a danger to themselves or others.”
Alvin Brown has a criminal background, a history of violence and poses a danger to others. He is a convicted criminal and need remain behind bars no matter how long it may take in dealing with a Jamaican government that is stalling from assuming responsibility for what they have exported.
(2) The standardized whines about how someone has been the victim of their social upbringing which is the cause of their deviant behavior; is touted to draw emotional response that affects public opinion.
“Will said Brown had also been battling addiction and mental health issues.” He certainly lost the battle with his addictions, but as to his mental health issues as a cause of behavior or reason for claimed mishandling by his Canadian keepers – stick it where the sun does not shine. The man Brown would have offed himself long ago if there was any serious intent of doing so. He does have personality disorders but the greatest of the lot is the fact he is a ‘con man’ that will never leave his chosen lifestyle.
The so called medical professionals dealing with him are to large degree the victims of their own definitional game playing. They cannot admit misdiagnosis at any point without jeopardizing their own chosen careers. The length of detention has nothing to do with the choice to pursue their careers by either the Pros or Cons.
But Jared Will and his ilk play to the emotional crowd and the Pros to elevate the indefinite detention to being the greatest boogie man in the basket of creating potential mental and health issues for detainees.
“We talk to people in this situation and the first thing they tell you is that the hardest part is that they don’t know how long they’re going to be there — day after day after day without knowing,” said Will.
(3) The claims that the host society has failed and is failing the complainant/complainants; are shallow and manipulative.
“Brown had first languished behind bars because of a series of delays by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and Jamaican authorities in processing his deportation.” Not quite the case. Brown had first languished behind bars for his criminal activities a long-time precedent to becoming an indefinite detainee. No action or lack of action on the part of Canada created this animal and the indefinite detention lies squarely with the Jamaican non-compliance with issuing necessary transfer permissibility documents.
Brown was given access to the same rights and provisions as any other Canadian and he chose to shit on them. Because he is a black immigrant does not make him some special class of person, one that should be handled differently. As to his rights, the only right he has is to remain in immigration detention until Jamaica issues his papers of return.
It is time to end this special status issue surrounding immigrants and boot the lawbreakers rapidly out in the direction they entered from. The alternative is to whine along with Kimora Adetunji about the circus of the CBSA and indefinite detention. This immigrant is married to a man who is a current detainee being held in Toronto. “Her husband is now in detention after coming to Canada without authorization and has been held for the past nine months.”
The simple fact is he came to Canada without authorization, he was breaking the law at his time of entry and his nature has been established.
He is inadmissible under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and his criminal nature, just like that of Alvin Brown poses a danger to the law and order and good public governance.
The detention practices of Canada have come under fire by the United Nations Human Rights Committee comprised of persons representing the worst of offenders. It is not a human right that persons are knowingly able to violate the laws of our land.
Like all detainees, Adetunji’s husband undergoes a review by the Immigration and Refugee Board every month as final analysis takes place.
“Every 30 days, it’s the same answer,” she said. “It’s almost as if it’s a circus, that we’re going there just so that they can say they offered him the opportunity to have a detention review.”
And Adetunji says that unless the practice ends, her life and that of her husband remain in limbo.
My recommendation is that Adetunji does not counsel Canadians to accept or practice violation of Immigration laws as does her soul mate. I believe the best course for her is to follow her lawbreaking husband back to Jamaica where they can limbo together in marital bliss. The activity might help her drop some needless weight.
“Last August, amid mounting pressure to respond to concerns about the practice, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale announced $138 million would go toward improving Canada’s immigration detention centres, which have been criticized for being understaffed and subjecting detainees to significant periods under lockdown saying detention should be a last resort.
Will said that was “certainly not a welcome response.”
“When you have the problem of people being detained for too long and under arbitrary and cruel conditions, to spend more money so that you expand your capacity to detain people isn’t exactly a solution to the problem,” he said.
And, I say ‘surely you are becoming the Court Jester Jared’. What solution to the problem of necessary detention of criminals is there in paying them a per diem for the necessary detention that was created through their own activities?
(4) We have the presence of lawyers and/or judiciary with inordinate concern surrounding their own ‘career pathways’ or personal social bias rather than the administration of justice to maximum benefit of our Nation.
“A challenge to Canada’s immigration laws gets underway in Federal Court in Toronto today, with lawyers for a man held for years before his deportation to Jamaica arguing that indefinite immigration detention violated his constitutional rights and those of hundreds of others.
Alvin Brown, 40, spent five years in maximum-security provincial jails before he was deported last fall.
His lawyers, including Jared Will, launched the landmark constitutional challenge two years ago, calling on the government to justify the practice of indefinite immigration detention.
Monday’s case is believed to be the first-ever charter challenge to the practice, according to Will.”
Our Court Jester Jared has a fervor for establishing his name as the #1 Indefinite Immigration Detention Dragon Slayer in Canada.
Last month, the Ontario Superior Court freed one of Will’s clients who was one of Canada’s longest-serving detainees.
Kashif Ali, a West African man who had no documentation and had amassed a string of convictions dating back to the 1990s, found himself in legal limbo in detention for some seven years.
In his ruling, Justice Ian Nordheimer’s called Ali’s ordeal “unacceptable,” rejecting the notion that his convictions were grounds for ongoing detention.
If Brown’s detention/s resulted from his serial convictions that were justifiable rulings and his ultimate sentence was to be detention until deportation, then I would say making a statement ‘rejecting the notion that his convictions were grounds for ongoing detention’ demands for true full justice that Ian Nordheimer’s Noodle be examined.
As well, calling Ali’s ordeal “unacceptable” is unacceptable. His actions and reactions were the precipitators of events that essentially foisted him upon his own petard.
and (5) There always arises the claim that the purported victim is due verbal, physical redress and monetary compensation;
But by September 7, 2016 we are informed Jamaican Alvin Brown finally deported but damages urged for his 5-year immigration detention Sept 7 2016
“Alvin Brown, a mentally-ill Jamaican man, was finally deported Wednesday but is seeking $1,500 a day for every day of his five years in Canadian immigration detention.”
The media and/or Jared Will are continuously trying to mask the fact that the necessity of the detention of Alvin Brown and his deportation was/are simply because of his criminal activities in Canada. The ploy of mental illness being anyway a cause for, or a reason for detention for the deportation that occurred is in no manner acceptable. And it is despicable to try to employ it as some format of ‘emotional leverage’ to claim this criminal has any right to monetary compensation for how he was and is being handled by the Government of Canada.
“A mentally ill man finally deported to Jamaica on Wednesday deserves compensation because his five years in immigration detention was inhumane, illegal and violated his rights, his lawyer told an Ontario court.
In seeking compensation for Alvin Brown, lawyer Jared Will accused Canada Border Services Agency of negligence in removing his client from Canada.
The upshot, Will said, was that the deportation took “exponentially longer” than should have been the case.
“It should have taken no more than a year for the CBSA to have deported Mr. Brown,” Will told Superior Court Justice Alfred O’Marra. Where does this bozo get the audacity to define length of time necessary to ensure threats to Canadian National Security are handled appropriately? The ‘exponentially longer deportation’ took exactly the path events necessitated it follow. And the only thing that is ‘rising or expanding at a steady and usually rapid rate’ is the attempts of cash grab lawyers like Will to burrow deeply into the public coffers.
“It was cruel and unusual to detain Mr. Brown, who had mental health issues, for nearly five years.” No, it was not cruel. Detention was necessary due to the actions of the Jamaican authorities, the cause of the delay. Detention was necessary because Brown was a convicted criminal. Brown was being deported because he was a criminal, not because he had ‘mental health issues’.
Brown, 40, a father of six who suffers from schizophrenia, came to Canada as a child more than three decade ago. His purported illness certainly did not slow him down in spewing his sperm to further disadvantage of Canada.
The government stripped him of his permanent residency after a series of convictions, most of them drug and weapons related. He was released from criminal custody in early 2011 but border agents detained him months later for violating release conditions.
However, Jamaica refused to issue travel documents and Brown remained in maximum-security detention branded a flight risk and a danger to the public. And, for certain he was both, but Will claims he should not have been ‘treated like a criminal’.
“After completing his sentence, he continued to be treated like a criminal,” Will told the court. “Mr. Brown’s charter rights were violated. He is entitled to a remedy.”
Brown is seeking damages of $1,500 for each day of his incarceration. He is a recidivist criminal that deserves nothing but a parachute dump back into Jamaica. He is not cooperating with Border Services and no false information was ever given to the Jamaican Consulate so they could keep Brown in Canada. Why would they act in such a stupid manner as to keep a stench present they were wanting to be rid of? There was no undue delay in deporting Brown. It was just events dictating passage of time.
“Brown, who began to believe he would never be released, was finally put on a plane Wednesday morning bound for Montego Bay, Will said.”
But, the legal stupidities continue onward through men like Justice O’Marra and Jared Will who certainly appear to have vested interest in the How Now Brown Cash Cow. Hearings are now underway to get at some cash and legal prominence. As to these two: “I’m glad not to see Mr. Brown here,” O’Marra remarked on entering the courtroom.”Mr. Brown is probably enjoying his view of the southern Appalachian Mountains,” Will replied.
The current hearing was made possible by an Ontario Appeal Court ruling last year that provincial courts have jurisdiction to hear detention cases arising out of immigration law.
In an effort to force changes, Will has also filed an application in Federal Court that seeks to argue a decision to keep him behind bars in January 2015 was unconstitutional.
The group, End Immigration Detention Network, is also seeking to intervene in the judicial review.
All the bozos are trying to change the immigration detention format for reasons of their own design. The only positive thing is that Jamaica’s blockage of travel transfer documents ended for whatever reason and Bandido Brown is out of the country.
When Ontario’s top court ruled in 2015 that provincial courts have jurisdiction to hear immigration detention matters it was to large degree simply a matter of passing onward a ‘political hot egg’ for handling. Ask yourself why the Federal Court judges who normally deal with immigration matters wanted to be out of the limelight?
As to CBSA and detainees? We have hundreds in detention in Canada waiting to get their turn in the batter’s box.
But we will briefly example our next bird that has the bat firmly in his beak.
Hassan Diab, our man with the beak was extradited to France in 2014, where he spent three years in prison on terrorism charges that were later dropped. Do not assume this droppage was proof he is not a terrorist. For years French authorities have been linking him to a 1980 bombing targeting a Paris synagogue and the French government is still pushing to put him on trial.
Canada can’t abide ‘parallel societies’ or any elements of Islam with its terrorist exponents within our borders. Read the links, but do not get sidetracked by the complexity and multiplicity of emotional bunny trails that prod you. This Ottawa university professor fits the profile of a terrorist like many others embedded in the Canadian educational system.
I am going to leave you with some links and a few pointers subsequent for consideration and a reminder that it is the case of Bashir Ahmed Makhtal that is ultimately being focused upon.
From an internal memo obtained by CBC News it is stated a senior Canadian Department of Justice lawyer made behind the scenes efforts to ensure the extradition of Hassan Diab, at a time when it appeared the French extradition case was falling apart.
“The confidential memo suggests that Diab would never have been extradited if not for the efforts of a specialized division of Canada’s Department of Justice known as the International Assistance Group.”
The claimed villain in this effort is Claude LeFrançois, a senior counsel with the IAG, that not only wrote the memo, but also obtained a series of court delays that gave France the time it needed to find the evidence that was ultimately dropped.
LeFrançois started a secret process in the fall of 2009 when Diab’s defence team undermined key evidence in the French case connecting Diab to the bombing that killed four and injured dozens. Try gathering evidence out of this mess.
The key evidence concerned was writings believed connecting to the bomber and finger prints on items at the scene of carnage. France was leaning heavily on analysis by two handwriting experts who claimed there was a link between Diab’s writing and that of the Paris bomber.
But in October 2009, Diab’s legal team produced contrary reports from four international handwriting experts questioning both the methods and conclusions of the French experts. But LeFrançois had also asked for fingerprints felt to be those of the main bombing suspects to be sent to the RCMP for analysis. The fingerprint analysis did not match with prints of Diab.
All of this evidence presented is in no manner conclusive that Diab was not integral in developing the plot and in fact he could have masterminded the affair. The leaders in such matters never sacrifice themselves and it is just too convenient that he has an alibi that places him no where Paris on the fate filled day. Conflicting reports state that “he was in Munich at the University the day the bomb went off”. And, “Diab was born in Lebanon, and at the time of the Paris bombing, he was actually studying in Beirut.”
A seemingly convenient alibi and automatic assumption for ‘oh, he couldn’t have done it’. But, he certainly could have implemented it all.
When the French court ordered the case against Diab dropped due to lack of evidence showing hands-on participation by the Dubious Diab, the prosecution was quick to protest.
France appealed Diab’s release and prosecutors are determined to try him for the 1980 attack, even if they have to do it in absentia. It would seem there must be evidence linking Diab to the ‘hands-on crew’ for them to take such a tack.
July 8,2018 we are supposed to know if France will be granted the right of Diab extradition once again to face charges raised against him.
If Diab is innocent I suggest he and Bullshit Bayne take the initiative and he travels to France to boldly face his accusers. This is too simple a solution to ending the legal haggles over ‘court appearance’ and patterns of ‘media manipulation’ evidenced in this case.
But, the truly innocent ultimately have nothing to fear for democratic laws are made for the lawless and not for needless punishment of the innocent. I do not believe Diab is innocent and that ultimately, I shall be justified completely in this statement.
“Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland will closely monitor an internal Department of Justice review of Hassan Diab’s extradition on terrorism charges to ensure the Canadian university professor “gets the answers he deserves,” a government official with direct knowledge of the file told CBC News.
“It is pretty clear that what happened to Hassan Diab never should have happened in the first place,” the official said.
“We are going to be watching very closely and asking tough questions.”
Why are these sources from within Government never named? Are they dhimmi whistle blowers with agenda of their own? And, it will only be clear why Diab was in the lenses to begin with, after France tries the man in absentia if necessary.
As to Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland stating the Diab case is important to look into. Why? Why does she exhibit such personal concern? It appears her anti-Semitic and Muslim leanings are exhibiting themselves in her too obvious concern for the anti-Semite Diab.
“Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland knew for more than two decades that her maternal Ukrainian grandfather was the chief editor of a Nazi newspaper in occupied Poland that vilified Jews during the Second World War.
Ms. Freeland, who has paid tribute to her maternal grandparents in articles and books, helped edit a scholarly article in the Journal of Ukrainian Studies in 1996 that revealed her grandfather, Michael Chomiak, was a Nazi propagandist for Krakow News.”
Then again, it may simply be lust to become Diab’s second wife at the root of Frightful Freeland’s frenzy of Islamic bent overtures. According to official Government sources: “(Freeland) is personally very seized with ensuring that Mr. Diab receives the answers that she feels he deserves from the government about their role in his ordeal,” the government official said.
The extent of Freeland’s efforts to monitor the review may inadvertently expose internal dynamics of the Trudeau government in their effort to facilitate Islamic fundamentalists. For example, “Diab’s wife Rania Tfaily and his lawyer Donald Bayne have consistently credited Freeland with trying to secure Diab’s release and return to Canada. Freeland has personally raised Diab’s case with French officials on several occasions since 2016, when she was serving as International Trade minister.”
How can Diab and crew possible say ‘Canada was somehow involved in prolonging his ordeal before the French courts’ when they have consistently credited Canadian officials with trying to secure his release?
They now want a public inquiry and not an internal review by the Justice Department.
“If it’s limited to an internal review they are asking the wrong people. This has to be a broad-based inquiry,” says Bayne. “Canada failed him.”
And once again we hear the “Canada failed him” utterance as Bayne now slithers toward the money bags along with Jared Will et al. “His lawyer, Donald Bayne, perhaps best known for defending Senator Mike Duffy, worked on Diab’s case pro bono for nine years. Bayne estimates he has given Diab nearly $1 million worth in legal services for free.” And Bullshit Bayne believes his long-term investment will now payout.
The thrust for cash is always justified as due because ‘it’s time to change the law to prevent this from happening to innocent Canadians again.’ This is all part of the legal smoke screen surrounding people neither innocent or deserving of the title of being Canadian.
“Upon his return to Canada, Hassan Diab could not have been clearer; he doesn’t want “a penny” of compensation, “not even to buy a cup of coffee.”
Instead, the former university professor said, “my main mission for the time being is to help get rid of the existing — I call it lousy — extradition law.”
This claim to now be championing a just cause is typical and stating he doesn’t want a penny of compensation rings of Adil Charkaoui who only wanted to clear his name, but headed for the money bags like a rat after cheese.
Calls for a public inquiry, compensation and an apology ring forth from Amnesty International, the B.C. Civil Liberties Association and the Canadian Association of University Teachers.
Given the revelations that Canadian government lawyers may be directly implicated in the shortcomings, failures and possible wrongdoing that led to his extradition, they are screaming about a miscarriage of justice that can only be stemmed by a hemorrhage of taxpayer’s cash.
But of dire necessity there appears in these Matters Muslim the call to change extradition procedures and thus effectively secure the safety of jihadi remaining in Canada unimpeded. International terrorism, perpetrated specifically by groups based in the Middle East, was birthed for long term deployments by dedicated Islamists such as Diab.
A professor who is fighting to change what he calls Canada’s flawed extradition law says any Canadian could fall victim to it.
“It could be someone who goes on vacation to a tropical destination or it could be a businessperson who operates in various other countries in the world,” said Robert Currie, a professor of law at Dalhousie University.
“It could literally be anyone. It doesn’t have to be Hassan Diab, who was living abroad in 1980,” Currie said.
Not so Robert Currie. Not everyone is named after the grandson of the prophet Muhammad and espouses the hard-core beliefs of the Qu’ran that promote jihad and advance of sharia. Mr. Currie, you have to qualify yourself in one form or another to even be considered a candidate for extradition.
Whatever, read on me hearties before they extradite you to a remote cabin off the backroads of Northern Saskatchewan: http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/extradition-arrest-canada-diab-1.4683289
You certainly need to read this polished propaganda ploy in behalf of the sympathy bid for poor Harassed Hassan. The write-up by David Cochrane and Lisa Laventure published May 1, 2018 is a prime example of agenda laden, nauseating descriptive narrative with a dash of false news and side-show drama tossed in to distort good judgement in full measure. They certainly made good use of photographs to color the mind. Try this wee verbal taste of their fare.
“He had been promised the opportunity to say goodbye to his family. To tell Rania that he loved her. To wish his daughter a happy birthday. To assure them that he would see them both soon. None of that happened.
“What more can you lose? If you lose these things, there’s nothing left in life.”
Golly gosh my dynamic duo. Tell that to the Muslim suicide bombers and see if it slows them down in their ‘la bomba pursuits’. It would not have stopped them in 1980 and it certainly has not stopped them since.
As to Hassan Diab missing the birth of his son Jad, his daughter Jena’s birthdays and his father going to his death while he was incarcerated? Who gives a damn what this sharia laden bozo missed? It is stated he hasn’t been able to work since his arrest in 2008 and I pray he never gets to work in Canada again.
A LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL
In 2017 Omar Khadr, Abdullah Almalki, Ahmad Abou-Elmaati and Muayyed Nureddin all received millions in monetary compensation and apologies from Canadian officials over their claimed unlawful arrests, imprisonments and torture.
The money should never have been paid, nor the apologies given. Such also was the ineptitude in the government dealings with Adil Charkaoui. But it is in the case of his terrorist buddy Sifian Abdelrazik that I believe we may be seeing some light at the end of the tunnel. I don’t think the Muslims are going to get a slice of the of the 27 Million-dollar Abdelrazik Dollar Mania pie that was being baked up in the legal system.
In this link > http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/abdelrazik-settlement-talks-1.4621700 we are told a planned mediation session to come up with an out-of-court settlement for Abdelrazik was abruptly called off by the federal government one day before it could start. The two sides had formally agreed to take the mediation route in September 2017 and settlement discussions with Abdelrazik had progressed to a full-fledged mediation conference.
The Abdelrazik lawsuit, which personally cites former Conservative foreign affairs minister Lawrence Cannon, will now hear opening arguments in Federal Court on Sept. 14,2018.
Why the sudden change? Basically, it was Jihad Justin’s attempt to try to institute some damage control as the obvious fate of the Ontario Liberals under Lesbian Line Dancer Wynne stated loudly the Canadian desire to be shed of him. The Canadian public is finally tired of his kowtowing to terrorists and they will make him feel their fury for the damages he has done to the nation.
The collective pay-out of $31.25 million through ‘agreed to Ottawa settled lawsuits’ involving Abdullah Almalki, Ahmad El Maati and Muayyed Nureddin did not jibe with Canadians surrounding the reality of these men and events entailed.
“An Angus Reid poll, conducted in the aftermath of the Khadr settlement, found an overwhelming majority of Canadians opposed the Khadr deal and thought it would have been better for the federal government to fight it out in court.
A former CSIS analyst who worked counter-terrorism cases at CSIS and Public Safety said previous lawsuit settlements in cases where links to terror groups were alleged went over like a “lead balloon” with the public.”
So, thank God that Trudeau’s lead balloon is now going to fall squarely upon his traitorous Liberal facade.
With all the ‘political depth of a fingerbowl’ Trudeau continues to loot and plunder the public coffers in behalf of Islamic terrorists and a ‘global government’.
The Canadian way of life is being threatened. To determine with finality which way the 2019 election goes there must be a strong change of mindset, otherwise the nation will slide onward in a rapid progression towards an oppressive global government.
Under the guise of foreign aid, the Liberal Government continues to demonstrate that the needs of all other countries precede those of Canada. Under pretense of humanitarian altruism millions are sent to rebuild foreign infrastructures, but the funds end up supporting terrorists.
At the same time our military is left in a position of supply attrition and our veterans being told they are “asking too much” while trying to meet their basic needs.
As to the average Canadian family, Trudeau’s intention never has been to help the people he was elected to serve. This is what he is doing to families. > http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/vulnerable-record-checks-act-improperly-applied-1.4651608 He prefers to parade the world showing off his socks and taking selfies as Canadian children are going to bed molested and hungry at night.
More families are being forced to food banks and homeless shelters as the Trudeau government implements programs to “re-integrate” ISIS members and protect their rights in Canada. He will not stop until we stop him completely.
All this is a sign we no longer control what happens in Ottawa under Trudeau.
A vote of no-confidence in Trudeau and his removal from leadership is not sufficient. He needs to be made an example for the world of what Canada truly represents and what Canadian justice is supposed to mean.
The problem that we now face is one of getting him into the safety of a jail cell before some brain damaged left wing, right wing or brain dead central extremist eradicates the man. He would then become a martyr figure and that would be an indignity that Canada should not have to encompass in any manner.
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