The most important job of the government is to protect the security of Canadians. By refusing to take strong steps against returning ISIS fighters, Trudeau is putting Canadians in serious potential danger.
There is growing anger and outrage after reports revealed that the Trudeau government is failing to take the same steps as other countries against returning ISIS fighters – and is instead talking about “reintegration support.”
Even as our closest Western allies take steps to eliminate ISIS fighters overseas and stop them from ever returning, the Trudeau government is seemingly opening the door and putting political correctness above security.
As a result, it is now clear that Justin Trudeau’s weakness is putting Canadians in danger.
Despite the fact that other countries clearly see the danger, including a top U.K. minister who said “I’m afraid we have to be serious about the fact these people are a serious danger to us, and unfortunately the only way of dealing with them will be, in almost every case, to kill them,” the Trudeau government refuses to act.
The danger of virtue-signalling
Rather than just the usual absurdity, this is virtue-signalling from Trudeau that is reaching a dangerous level.
Trudeau’s “a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian,” BS is now informing his policies on security, meaning he puts good law-abiding citizens at risk in order to make people who fought for a horrifically brutal terrorist group feel comfortable back within our borders.
In a sane world, this would disqualify Justin Trudeau from remaining in office, because the first job of government is to protect law-abiding citizens. By taking actions that could expose Canadians to serious danger, Trudeau is failing in his job as Prime Minister.
If we do not have security as a nation, nothing else matters. If our streets become death-traps, and terrorist attacks become more common, we won’t be a free nation anymore.
Countries like France and the U.K. are taking tougher steps, because they have already seen the horrible death toll inflicted by Jihadists. As a result, they aren’t naive or dumb enough to think that welcoming ISIS fighters will do anything other than bring more death and terror.
Meanwhile, Trudeau acts as if returning ISIS fighters just need to watch one of his speeches and they’ll instantly change their worldview to become kind and loving pacifists releasing doves into the air while singing “kumbaya.”
We know that’s not how it works.
Whether we like it or not, the world can be a tough and brutal place, and only by taking strong action can we defend our country and our people. If Trudeau doesn’t understand that, he has no right to serve as the leader of our great nation.