"Toronto 18" terrorists: Arrest/court/aftermath

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George Wallace said:
June 2016 has come back to haunt us:


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Sorry, but my views on "inclusiveness" does not include anyone who is a threat to my life and freedoms.  Yet another subversive act to promote divisiveness.

See George, that's the problem though isn't it. Good old Canadians. What are you really going to do about it? We've seen what kind of a fair shake we'll get from the Trudeau liberals. So what are we going to do about it? Stomp our feet and shake our fist at the North Block. So what are we going to do about it? We know he'll have us done in by 2019, too late then. What are we going to do about it? We don't share Trudeau's world citizen, open border philosophy, being forced on us. What are we going to do about it?

We're not going to do anything. We're Canadian. We'll give up our homes if we're told to, stand on the lawn and scream at the world while we wait for the bus and the new owners are waving at you from your living room.

We are not going to anything about it. We'll stand around and bitch, like we always do, as our world goes to shit around us.

By the time Canadians find their nuts, it'll all be over.
 

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jollyjacktar said:
Stupid, ******* drama teacher...  :rage:

Every initiative the Conservatives passed will be reversed. We have at least another 6 years of this.....
 
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I fear you're correct, as I believe the tools that voted in the tools will do so again in 2019.
 

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Zakaria Amara is a convicted terrorist, serving a life sentence for his role in a plot to murder scores of Canadians. And now, thanks to a Trudeau government bill passed through the Senate this week, Amara will soon be given the privilege of Canadian citizenship.

LOL

Give him some welfare while were at it.
 

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jollyjacktar said:
I fear you're correct, as I believe the tools that voted in the tools will do so again in 2019.

Not if they keep pissing away the progressive/NDP vote by breaking promises. The NDP is gaining, without a leader. Same with the Tories.
 

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From the Toronto Star, shared under the Fair Dealing provisions of the Copyright Act (R.S.C., 1985, c. C-42) ...
Toronto 18 member shows no remorse: DiManno

Though he shows no signs of being rehabilitated, Fahim Ahmad will walk out of prison free and clear and un-monitored in eight months, writes Rosie DiManno.

How very easy it was to scoff at them, as many did, as some still do.

The Toronto 18: hapless wannabe terrorists. Couldn’t even organize a one-car tailgate party much less take Parliament hostage and behead the prime minister.

Those were but boastful aspirations, bravado stories they told each other whilst training in the woods, like weekend paintball warriors.

Nonsensical plans they revealed to an RCMP informant who — defence lawyers argued — may have nudged them towards grandiose plotting.

“Amateur does not equal not being dangerous,” that undercover operative, Mubin Shaikh, stresses, more than a decade on. “We’ve seen more than enough in the past 10 years to show what kind of damage a perceived bumbling idiot can actually do.

“So, people can remain in their denial. They were in denial 10 years ago. But seeing what’s happening with ISIS and everything else, I would hope that people would have a few more wits about themselves.’’

It doesn’t take an explosive or a suicide bomber or bristling weaponry to wreck havoc, as we were reminded once again over the weekend, with terrorist attacks in London, hardly a fortnight removed from the horror of Manchester — 22 killed, dozens more injured. And all they were doing was attending an Ariana Grande concert. Sometimes a vehicle aimed at strolling pedestrians is enough. An eight-inch knife wielded by a purposeful assailant, like the blade that stabbed an officer to death, among five killed, at Westminster in March. Go forth and rampage, ISIS — also known as Daesh and Islamic State — has urged. And too many delusional miscreants have obeyed.

The Toronto 18 long pre-dated ISIS, spawned by an earlier generation of ideological mass-murderers.

How very easy it was to scoff at them, as many did, as some still do.

The Toronto 18: hapless wannabe terrorists. Couldn’t even organize a one-car tailgate party much less take Parliament hostage and behead the prime minister.

Those were but boastful aspirations, bravado stories they told each other whilst training in the woods, like weekend paintball warriors.

Nonsensical plans they revealed to an RCMP informant who — defence lawyers argued — may have nudged them towards grandiose plotting.

“Amateur does not equal not being dangerous,” that undercover operative, Mubin Shaikh, stresses, more than a decade on. “We’ve seen more than enough in the past 10 years to show what kind of damage a perceived bumbling idiot can actually do.

“So, people can remain in their denial. They were in denial 10 years ago. But seeing what’s happening with ISIS and everything else, I would hope that people would have a few more wits about themselves.’’

It doesn’t take an explosive or a suicide bomber or bristling weaponry to wreck havoc, as we were reminded once again over the weekend, with terrorist attacks in London, hardly a fortnight removed from the horror of Manchester — 22 killed, dozens more injured. And all they were doing was attending an Ariana Grande concert. Sometimes a vehicle aimed at strolling pedestrians is enough. An eight-inch knife wielded by a purposeful assailant, like the blade that stabbed an officer to death, among five killed, at Westminster in March. Go forth and rampage, ISIS — also known as Daesh and Islamic State — has urged. And too many delusional miscreants have obeyed.

The Toronto 18 long pre-dated ISIS, spawned by an earlier generation of ideological mass-murderers.
 

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A former member of a terrorist group that plotted truck bombings in Toronto to protest Canada’s military mission in Afghanistan is appealing a government decision to place him on the no-fly list.

Saad Gaya was part of the Toronto 18 terrorism conspiracy that was thwarted by police in 2006. He was released from prison and has become a lawyer who speaks against extremist violence.

He discovered he was on Canada’s no-fly list when he tried to board a flight to Montreal, where he was to attend a meeting at the Centre for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence.

After the government rejected his internal appeal last November, Gaya filed a case in the Federal Court in January seeking to be taken off the no-fly list, newly-released documents show ...
 
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