Pretty tough for someone to ‘return’ to Canada if they’ve been replaced with a smoking pile of rubble.
ISIS is among the most evil organizations ever to exist on the face of the planet. They’re so bad that even Al Qaeda thought they were often going too far.
Among the crimes committed by the terrorist group are suicide bombings, mass rape, putting thousands of women and girls into sex slavery, drowning people in cages, crucifying people, burning people alive, chopping people’s heads off, executing people for listening to music, ‘inspiring’ horrific violence around the world, and more.
Anyone who left Canada to join ISIS is complicit in the crimes of ISIS.
Look at it this way. When Canada was at war with Nazi Germany, how would our country have looked at someone who – instead of fighting for Canada – decided to leave Canada and go join the Nazis to fight against us?
That person would have been seen as a traitor, and there would be no hesitation in dealing with them as such.
So why should it be different for ISIS terrorists?
ISIS has declared war on the Western world, including Canada. ISIS has even called for attacks against innocent Canadians.
Any so-called ‘Canadian’ citizen who leaves Canada to fight for ISIS is declaring war on our country, and forfeits their rights as a Canadian. They become an enemy, not a citizen.
Yet, despite the fact that fighting for ISIS is obviously treason against Canada, we are in the midst of an absurd debate where the political elites agonize over how to deal with ISIS fighters, how to charge them, how to protect Canadians, and how to ‘integrate them.’
Remember, the Trudeau government has called for ‘reintegration programs’ funded at the expense of law-abiding taxpayers of course, to get ISIS fighters back into the community.
Trudeau even called ISIS fighters a ‘powerful voice for change,’ which is far nicer than anything he says about his political opponents.
We face what seems to be an insane situation: We could end up spending our tax dollars providing help to people who left Canada to join an evil group that wanted to kill Canadians and then ran back home once their evil group failed to succeed on the battlefield after committing countless horrendous crimes.
Of course, there’s another idea. A far better idea:
Use airstrikes to take care of the problem.
Canada’s allies have dominance over much of the airspace in which the remnants of ISIS remain. Instead of spending our money in Mali – which has zero strategic significance or benefit for Canada – we should shift our effort to something that could actually protect Canadians. While our remaining fighter jets are pretty awful compared to our allies, they’re still better than what the terrorist remnants posses.
Let’s send a few jets over to the region – which we had in place until Trudeau removed them – and use airstrikes to ensure that there aren’t any ‘Canadian’ ISIS fighters left to return at all.
After all, if somebody has been replaced with a pile of rubble, it’s tough for them to return anywhere, isn’t it?
Our country owes absolutely nothing to ‘Canadians’ who decided to fight for ISIS, except maybe a missile to the face. By leaving Canada, betraying our nation, and allying themselves with such an evil organization, they forfeited their right to live in our country, and we should take the necessary action to ensure they can never come back.
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