Saturday, July 22, 2017

Omar Khadr Quotes

A few quotes about Omar Khadr from some really pissed off Canadians and Americans, as well as a few quotes about our gorgeous Prime Minister, the one that handed $10.5 million to an Al Qaeda member:

I don't care about the money. I'm interested in Omar Khadr not having it (Quote from Sgt Layne Morris, who was blinded in one eye in the Omar Khadr firefight).

Seeking money from the Canadian taxpayer is just a sign of continuing contempt for the country that Khadr has fought against.

Some Canadians built their wealth through hard work, some through investing, some through inheritance. Omar became rich because he has "rights."

What is most upsetting to Canadians is that when a Canadian soldier is killed or injured in battle the government provides a lump sum payment up to a maximum of $360,000. Despite this, Justin Trudeau is willing to provide millions to a convicted terrorist who actively sought to kill Canadian and allied soldiers.

Trudeau pays Khadr under the table to prevent the Speers family from getting justice.

Prime Minister Trudeau tried to hide the payout until someone had the common sense to realize that what they were doing was wrong and blew the whistle on him.

How backwards is this asshole, Trudeau? He has no accountability. Instead, blaming his failures on the opposition. He needs to apologize to the families who lost their loved ones. He needs to apologize to the people of America. And last but not least, he needs to apologize and give a refund to the the people of Canada.

Omar Khadr should be charged with treason, not given $10.5 million.

If we look at past payouts due to Charter violations by the Canadian government as a measuring stick, terrorist rights are worth more than Aboriginal rights... A LOT MORE!!!

This is an absolute travesty.

AM I the only person that sees this for what it's worth? It shows the rest of Canada what a moron Trudeau is.

Trudeau just re-victimized Speer's widow by giving her 10 million reasons why it was OK to throw the grenade that killed her husband.

I've been in a state of perpetual awe since this Khadr news was announced. Can't believe this Prime Minister and his terrorist apologist groupies. Why am I forced to endure this torture?

Keeping people up at night isn't torture. It's uncomfortable, but it's not torture (Said in response to finding out that Omar Khadr's torture was sleep-deprivation).

It wasn't just sleep deprivation. He was forced to drink Dunkin Donuts coffee instead of Tim Horton's.

A few months of sleep deprivation? My children owe me a few million.

Not a few months - 21 days. 21 days of sleep deprivation prior to interrogation by CSIS officials. Not that Canadians detained him, or actually deprived him of sleep, or even requested he be sleep deprived. That they interrogated a terrorist prisoner knowing he had been sleep deprived. That - according to our supreme court - makes the Government of Canada as bad as the torturers, and liable for his torture. Like... what? I also like how the CBC cites the Arar case as comparable. Deportation resulting in imprisonment + torture = Omar fights jihad and gets thrown in Gitmo for it. Clearly Canada was responsible for Khadr deciding to be a jihadi - guess we weren't tolerant enough.

Nice hair

A lawyer for Omar Khadr says he's upset and disappointed somebody went public with the details of their mediation with the federal government.

Scummy lawyers were probably salivating the moment Trudeau was elected.

I'm sure Khadr's lawyers spent countless hours prepping him on how to seem likeable and say the right things in front of the media. And, it must have worked because there still are a handful of Canadians that have sympathy for this Al Qaeda associate.

Khadr comes from a family of terrorists. His father, Ahmed Khadr, was a friend of Osama bin Laden and a leading fundraiser for al-Qaeda. Omar's older brother, Abdurahman Khadr, once told PBS he had grown up in an al-Qaeda family. That the family was able to immigrate to Canada is deeply troubling. While Omar Khadr was born in Canada, he did not show loyalty to Canada. In the choice between Canada and al-Qaeda, Khadr chose al-Qaeda. He chose Afghanistan. He chose to be loyal to bin Laden and he chose to be part of an Islamist terrorist army.

At no time did Omar make an honourable decision, then or now. At no time did he honour Canadian way of life or values, as others have. I believe what he did was done to earn "family honour" in the eyes of other terrorists/extremists. Now he gets this by showing them how to make money from his actions, as he hides behind technicalities.

We need to learn to protect ourselves from this form of abuse and put laws into place that ensure these abuses do not happen again.

Our rewarding him only reinforces our failure to educate him and others.

We need to make sure laws are passed so that his abhorrent abuse of our system is never allowed to happen again. If not, we insult every soldier who has defended us.

My past - I'm not excusing it. I'm not denying it. We all do things that we wish we could change. (Said by Omar Khadr)

I don't look at this as profiting. (Said by Omar Khadr)

All I'm trying to do is move forward and trying to turn a page. (Said by Omar Khadr)

6 comments:

  1. It's neаrly imρossible to find knowledgеable people on this subject, but you sound like you know what you're talkіng about!
    Thanks

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  2. Robert Hall was beheaded by ISIS. Robert's sister was asked if Justin Trudeau offered her his condolences. Her answer: Yes, but Justin Trudeau sounded as though he was reading a bereavement script.
    I'm sure Trudeau's apology to Omar Khadr was a lot more sincere.

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  3. I believe many of the 29 per cent of Canadians who agree with the settlement do so because they did not agree with Canada’s participation in the war and do not trust the American system of justice. Both valid points. But that doesn’t justify the Khadrs’ unlawful, treasonable act of taking up arms against their own country.

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  4. The Supreme Court’s ruling that Omar Khadr’s rights were violated because he was not supplied a lawyer while being interrogated by Canadian officials begs the question: What about the rights of the hundreds of Canadians forced to go to court and fight legal battles on their own, simply because they cannot afford a lawyer and do not qualify for legal aid?

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  5. I notice that he removed "war criminal" from his Facebook page.

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    1. Did he have that listed under prior employment?

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